Curriculum

STANDARD TRAINING PROGRAM

for the Course
“Codification of Defence Export Products”

 

1. Procedures of the works on cataloguing of products for federal state needs
1.1 Normative basis for the works on products codification. Overview of normative documents used to regulate the works on product codification at all stages of the product life cycle.
1.2 Works performed by industry enterprises: procedures of provisioning source technical data for codification on the products to be codified as well as on the suppliers (manufacturers, developers).
1.3 Works on product codification performed by codification centers.
1.3.1 Items classification: classification procedures; trends of improving the classification tools – item of supply approved name list.
1.3.2 Development and analysis of item of supply catalogue descriptions, conduct of comparative analysis of items of supply.
1.3.3 Registration of enterprises in the Federal Product Cataloguing System.
1.3.4 Results of conduct of works on product cataloguing.
1.4. Requirements to the presentation of baseline data for the conduct of works on product cataloguing.
1.5. Peculiarities of works on military materiel cataloguing at the stages of development of new samples of armaments and military materiel and at the stages of operation of items of supply.
2. Place and role of cataloguing centers of state Customers in the Federal Product Cataloguing System for federal state needs
2.1. Place of the Federal Cataloguing Center in the Federal Product Cataloguing System for federal state needs. Normative-legal and normative-technical support of activities of cataloguing centers.
2.2. Functions of the Federal Cataloguing Center in maintaining the joint part of the Federal Product Catalogue and the List (catalogue) of suppliers of products for federal state needs.
2.3. Tasks of Cataloguing Centers with respect to the types of military materiel (based on the example of the Main Armored Vehicles Department of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation). Normative-technical support of works on the cataloguing of products in the Cataloguing Centers.
2.4. Practical training: “Software support of works of the Cataloguing Center of the cataloguing state Customer.”
3. Classification of items of supply of exported military materiel
3.1. Rules of classification. Differences between the EKPS (Unified Classifier for Items of Supply or Russian Common IOS Catalogue) and the ACodP-2.
3.2. Rules of selecting approved names of items of supply. Differences between the List of Approved Names and the ACodP-3.
3.3. The code for the supplier enterprise in the international military products codification system. The CAGE code. Its structure. Rules for its assignment and use.
3.4. Practical training: “Assignment of class and approved name to exported items of supply.”
4. Electronic catalogue of military materiel items of supply
4.1. General provisions, order of development and registration of electronic catalogues of items of supply. Requirements to the presentation of baseline data for the development of an electronic catalogue of items of supply.
4.2. Experience of development of electronic catalogues of items of supply (demonstration of realized projects).
4.3. Practical training: “Formation of a fragment of an electronic catalogue of items of supply.”
 5. Catalogization as an element of technical regulation in the light of the Federal Law “About Technical Regulation.”
 5.1. Engineering regulations, national standards, standards of organizations and all-Russia classifiers – normative documents of technical regulation.
 5.2. Data bank “Products of Russia” on the basis of catalogue sheets and the use thereof with the aim to generate the Federal Catalogue of products for federal state needs.
 6. Catalogization as an element of the military materiel after-sales servicing
 6.1. CALS – as ideology and technology. The principles of CALS (Continuous Acquisition and Life Cycle Support). Main factors of the effect of using the CALS. Life cycle stages. CALS informational model.
 6.2. Integrated logistical support (ILS). Objectives and principles of execution. Main international and domestic standards of integrated logistical support.
 6.3. AECMA Spec 2000 M – as a standard of presentation of data on the items of supply for the integrated logistical support processes. The structure of the standard, data presentation, practical use.
 6.4. Place of catalogization in the up-to-date logistical support of military materiel life cycle.
 7. Technology of cataloguing of items of supply on the basis of the software certified in the NATO codification system
 7.1. Survey of main functions of the software products used for cataloguing items of supply in accordance with the NATO codification system.
 7.2. Technology of cataloguing of exported military materiel with the use of the specialized software certified in the NATO codification system.
 7.3. Practical training: “Familiarization with the NATO electronic catalogue of items of supply (NMCRL).”
 7.4. Practical training: “Execution of automated identification procedures for catalogued items of supply.”
 8. Armed Forces items of supply cataloguing system as part of the Federal Product Cataloguing System for federal state needs.
 8.1. General characteristics of the items of supply cataloguing system for the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation. The items of supply cataloguing system of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation as part of the Federal Product Cataloguing System for federal state needs.
 8.2. The automated data bank of the items of supply cataloguing system for the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation. Specialized software, technical facilities and means.
 9. The NATO codification system as the informational basis of international trade dealing with military materiel.
 9.1. The composition and structure of the NATO codification system. Main normative documents of the NATO codification system: ACodP-1,2,3.
 9.2. International interaction of the Federal Cataloguing System. Agreement with the NATO Group of National Directors on Codification. Exported military materiel cataloguing subsystem as part of the Federal Product Cataloguing System for federal state needs.
 10. Preparation of baseline data for cataloguing of items of supply of export-oriented military products
 10.1. Standard wording of cataloguing clauses in contracts for the supply of military materiel.
 10.2. Composition of catalogue information on items of supply (or Total Item Record – TIR). Problems and rules of preparation of baseline data at the enterprises of the developers and manufacturers of export-oriented military products.
 10.3. Exchange of data in the process of cataloguing of exported military materiel between the supplier enterprise and the Federal Centre of Catalogization.
 11. International open technical dictionary eOTD ECCMA (Electronic Commerce Code Management Association)
 11.1. Perspectives of international recognition of the eOTD ECCMA. Use of the ISO 22745 and ISO 8000 standards for the development of national versions of open technical dictionaries and product catalogues.
 Final certification