HTii supports PMA customers in the development, adjudication and analysis of electronic Facilities Requirements Data (eFRD) for their specific platforms. The resulting information ensures platform specific data is available to plan (design) and execute (build and/or renovate) necessary facilities to allow Maintenance, Operations, and Support activities when the platform reaches Initial Operational Capability (IOC) and is delivered to the Fleet. Efforts to date have included various levels of Facilities LEM support for A/UH-1Z/Y, BAMS, C-12W, CH-53K, E-2D, E/A-18G, F/A-18E/F, F-35, GQM-173, MH-60R/S, MQ-8B/C, NGJ, RQ-21A, RQ-7B, V-22, and VXX.
HTii leverages a number of resources to ensure optimal eFRD development, including:
- Relationships in the Naval Facilities community with UFC Criteria Managers, Installation Facility Planners, UFC Developers, and the Facilities Enterprise Leadership Team (FELT).
- Extensive research in the Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) documents which provide planning, design, construction, sustainment, restoration, and modernization criteria, and apply to the Military Departments, the Defense Agencies, and the DoD Field Activities in accordance with USD(AT&L) Memorandum (dated 29 MAY 2002).
- Military Maintenance, Operations, and Support expertise.
As the developer of the NAVAIR Ship/Shore Aviation Requirements (SSAR) Web application and database (1), and author of/contributor to: NAVAIRINST 11000.1; DID DI-MGMT-81825; CDRLs; SWPs; FELT-Approved processes, training and tools, HTii analysts are uniquely qualified to work with PMA and OEM engineers to define detailed requirements and perform complex analyses. We further support PMA facility efforts through, for example, generation of platform specific Site Survey Checklists, Site Survey Technical Support, Footprint Analyses, Recurring eFRD updates, Site Evaluation Report generation.
The goal of HTii is to provide our customers with an integrated picture of their platform facility requirements as early as possible to ensure the capability to maintain, operate and support the platform at any location anywhere in the world.
SSAR is the tool of record in the following instructions and documents:
- NAVAIRINST 11000.1 (dated 12 JUN 2013) – Identification and Documentation of Facility Requirements in Support of Naval Aviation Weapons Systems
- NAVAIRINST 5400.161A (dated 19 FEB 2010) – Aviation/Ship Integration Policy
- Facilities Requirements Development DON DID DI-MGMT-81825 and CDRL approved
- NAVAIR Logistics Guide
- NAVAIR Site Activation Planning Guide