Maxwell J. Toms

49 Julian Street, Carleton Place, Ontario, Canada, K7C 3W7

mjtoms@sympatico.ca (613) 257-7290

 

Logistic Support Development and Management

Recent Logistics Planning, Design And Development Activities

Most recently, Maxwell J. Toms has provided Integrated Logistics Support to the Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRM) Defence Omnibus Project as an ILS Specialist contracted to clear away a project backlog. The work involved reviewing contract deliverables, authoring project documents, and providing input to project decisions. Completed the following tasks:

         Hand Held Detector Project: draft Fielding Instruction,

         Hand Held Detector Project: Maintenance Plan review,

         Bio-Sentry Project: draft Repair & Overhaul (R&O) Statement of Work,

         CBRN Omnibus Project: draft In-Service Support (ISS) Statement of Work,

         Bio-Sentry Project: Equipment Breakdown Structure review and problem assessment,

         CBRN Omnibus Project: developed a asset tracking database,

         Hand Held Detector Project: developed a maintenance model to scope out R&O requirements and costs,

         Personal Detection System Project: reviewed and updated SOW, CDRL and DIDs for the ILS portion of the RFP, and

         Bio-Sentry Project: completed a qualification test plan review of the ILS components of the SRS.

 

Logistics Planning, Design And Development in Broadband Systems

For over nine (9) years, Maxwell J. Toms has performed the functions of a Life Cycle Manager (LCM) for a number of deployed Broadband Networks and Information Management systems. Max has provided project and logistic support to a number of municipal and industrial clients, including major government development initiatives and the fibre-optic municipal networks in Morrisburg & Iroquois, Ontario, since 1989. Responsibilities included for all LCM elements such as Logistics Definition, Technical Data Management, Configuration Management, Maintenance Management, Supply Chain Management and Training.

 

Other Logistics Planning, Design And Development Activities

 

Major Military Programs: Completed or assisted with the logistics planning, design and development, with supporting documents of the following systems or equipment:

         Reserves Integrated Information Project (RIIP): Completed a life-cycle support plan complete with cost models (Anderson METHOD_1) for this major DND IT/IS system development. Liaised between the client representatives as well as joint venture partners and vendors. (1993-1994)

         Tactical Command, Control and Communications System (TCCCS) Project: Reviewed project plans, estimates, justification studies and ATE documentation, including presentations to PMO Staff, the Prime Contractor and Sub-Contractors. Responded repeatedly to requests for cost re-evaluations, providing effective justification, estimates and support documentation to satisfy PMO concerns for an effective program. (1992)

         Low Level Air Defense (LLAD): Developed ATE project plans, estimates, Statements of Work as well as support documentation to satisfy customer concerns for an effective logistics support program. (1992)

         New Shipborne Aircraft (NSA): Developed project plans, estimates, justification studies, implementation plans and IC Offer documentation, including presentations to Management, the Customer, Sub-Contractors and Vendors. Responded repeatedly to requests for cost re-evaluations, providing effective justification, estimates and support documentation to satisfy customer concerns for an effective program. Over came Client show-cause challenge to the project. (1989-1991)

 

Government / Industrial Programs: Completed or assisted with the logistics planning, design and development, with supporting documents of the following systems or equipment:

         Canadian Coast Guard, DGPS Support: Life cycle management and spares requirements study. This project involved the establishment of a relational database assessment tool. (1996)

         Transport Canada VOR/DME: Life cycle management and spares availability study. This project involved the establishment of a relational database assessment tool. (1995)

         Transport Canada, MAATS Project: Life cycle management and support requirements study. (1995)

         Transport Canada, Central Repair Facility (CRF): Was responsible for a study of automatic test alternatives, including software translation, to replace an obsolete hp3065H system with modern equipment. Participated in an operations study to review CRF business and work processes with the view of improving efficiency and ensuring costs are comparable to private industry (1992-1994).

 

 


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