///Product Support Business Case Analysis (PS BCA)
Product Support Business Case Analysis (PS BCA)

Product Support Business Case Analysis (PS BCA)

Dayton Aerospace has the resources and innovative approaches to deliver world class PS BCAs. Our exceptionally experienced and highly unique core team of PS BCA experts have successfully delivered many streamlined, fully-compliant and actionable PS BCAs—on-time and on-budget.

We employ a core team of experienced logistics and study/analysis professionals—supported by a bench of sustainment, engineering, and contracting experts and guided by  executive-level subject matter experts (SMEs) with extensive knowledge of depot and fleet management. Team members average over 30 years of experience, enabling us to “get it right the first time” using fewer people and accomplishing studies faster than less experienced teams.

Our teams visit all product support providers and conduct onsite workshops to develop executable alternatives based on real data.

Our approach remains true to Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) PS BCA and Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC) processes, but is precisely tailored for the unique aspects of each program. By involving all stakeholders, including the program office, prime contractor, depots, and leadership, throughout the PS BCA, our alternatives are realistic and immediately implementable—not academic solutions that only work in the theoretical sense.

Our SMEs can address a full spectrum PS BCA support tailored to your needs and compliant with government policies. We frequently help both government and industry teams work through common and complex product support questions, such as:

  • How do alternatives increase or decrease warfighter effectiveness?

  • How should risk associated with product support provider (PSP) performance be classified?

  • What contracting alternatives should be considered?

  • Are our assumptions unnecessarily restrictive?

  • How do I interpret the results of a sensitivity analysis?

  • What details are required to adequately support the recommended alternative?

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