The following article was published by U.S. Army Material Command on April 12th, 2022

What is it?

The U.S. Army’s Organic Industrial Base Modernization Implementation Plan will modernize facilities, processes and the workforce across the Army’s Organic Industrial Base (OIB). This OIB Modernization Implementation Plan prioritizes and synchronizes resources toward critical facilities and capabilities to build the necessary capacity to sustain the Army’s enduring and future systems.

The OIB manufactures, resets and maintains Army equipment providing critical materiel and sustainment support to warfighters across the Joint Force. The Army’s industrial base comprises of 23 depots, arsenals and ammunition plants. These highly technical facilities and the artisan workforce helps to generate readiness and operational capability throughout Army formations.

What are the current and past efforts of the Army?

Through a 15-year OIB Modernization Implementation Plan (MIP), the Army — through the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics, and Technology (ASA (ALT)) and Army Materiel Command (AMC) — is modernizing to bring the OIB into the 21st century.

The OIB Modernization Implementation Plan builds from the 2019 Army Modernization Strategy and the 2019 Army Organic Industrial Base Strategy, in collaboration with the Secretariat and Department of the Army partners, AMC and ASA (ALT).

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