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Support Equipment Resources Management Information System

 (SERMIS)

Primary Purpose SERMIS is the primary automated management

information system supporting the Aviation

maintenance material readiness List (AMMRL)

program, as well as Navy and Marine Supporting

equipment Logistics managers. It provides

employment allowancing through an interface with

Automated Support Equipment Readiness Data

(AUTOSERD) and real time inventory data which is

transferred utilizing the Local Asset Management

System (LAMS). SERMIS provides standard

inventory control procedures, assists in the

redistribution of in-use assets, provides rework

scheduling and tracking and is the primary tool

for configuration management and control of air

capable ships. SERMIS is designed to support

aviation weapons systems as defined in the OPNAV

Instructions Naval Aviation maintenance program

4790.2 series and the Naval Airborne Weapons

maintenance Program 8600 series.

Sub-Functions Eight subsystems: Inventory, Source Data,

Allowance, SE Asset Readiness Reporting, Rework,

Support Equipment Controlling Authority (SECA)

Technical Data, SE Requirements Tracking and

Source Data Revision Recommendation.

Equipment Requirements SOLARIS 8 Machine at ITC, SPAWAR, New Orleans,

LA. Workstation: Pentium 400+ MHZ, 2 GB Hard

Drive, 128 MB RAM, Windows NT.

Connectivity Requirements Connectivity to the server in New Orleans, LA

requires NIPRNET or INTERNET.

Crypto Requirements None.

Normal Locations Support Equipment Controlling Authorities (SECAs)

are primary users. There are approximately 650

on-line SERMIS users supporting over 900

activities.

COMNAVAIRLANT, COMNAVAIRPAC, COMNAVAIRESFOR,

COMNAVAIRSYSCOM, CNATRA, NAMTRAGRU.

Information Managed SERMIS provides a centralized and integrated

database containing SE data for inventory,

allowance rework capability and production status

in a form suitable for on-line interactive

access. The system recognizes approximately

1,000,000 items of SE, supporting approximately

1,000 aircraft maintenance activities, 70 power

plant configurations and 1,600 avionics, missile

and armament systems.

Products Created There are approximately 225 activities receiving

scheduled hard copy reports such as IMRLs and

IMRL supplements.

Lead Service/Contractor COMNAVAIRSYSCOM PMA 260EA.

Current Fielding Status SERMIS v2.0, January 2001.

Known Problems None.

DIICOE Compliance Rating Not rated.

Point of Contact Ms. Brenda Tominack, DSN 757-1100, COMM

(301)757-1100, E-Mail TominackBH@navair.navy.mil

Updated by Capt J. A. Keisler, USMC, CCSC-01
 

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