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PDREP Website: https://www.pdrep.csd.disa.mil

Program Description

The Product Data Reporting and Evaluation Program (PDREP) Automated Information System (AIS) is the Department of the Navy program that supports requirements regarding the reporting, collection and use of supplier performance information identified in the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR), Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) and Navy regulations. PDREP provides for Navy management of the supply chain ensuring first time quality and on-time delivery of materials for both critical and non-critical applications. PDREP promotes continuous process improvement for increased material readiness and decreased deficiency issues, providing an overall cost savings to DoD and the Navy.

Secretary of the Navy Instruction (4855.3) is the foundation of the PDREP program. The SECNAV instruction establishes requirements for all DON Activities to report supplier performance information into PDREP. PDREP AIS is the single authorized Department of the Navy (DON) database used to record, collect, retrieve and analyze supplier performance data. This supplier performance data includes deficiencies (Product Quality Deficiency Reports - PQDR), discrepancies (Supply Discrepancy Reports - SDR), Receipt Inspection (Material Inspection Results - MIR), Contract Delivery Performance (Contract Award Data – CAD), Supplier Audits, Supplier Survey Data, Non-Conforming Materials, Premature Material Failures, Naval Bulletins, Special Quality Data and other relevant supplier information. The PDREP AIS currently supports the documentation, storage and retrieval of multiple record types displaying supplier product and performance information. PDREP AIS is the DON authoritative source for all Navy Ships Critical Safety Items (CSI) and Counterfeit Material Reporting. The PDREP AIS is IUID compliant providing automated data retrieval from the IUID registry for easier reporting of UII materials.

PDREP has the capability to provide a wide selection of standard reports, management reports and custom metrics for its users. PDREP also provides an AD HOC feature that allows for creation of unique reports, designed specifically by the individual user. PDREP is the link between the men and women in the field and the support agencies and contractors who supply materials.

The program is sponsored by the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy ASN(RD&A) and is the designated Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) PDREP program authority. Within ASN(RD&A), the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Expeditionary Programs and Logistics Management DASN(ELM) is the primary office of responsibility and shall provide program guidance and policy regarding PDREP and its use. The Naval Sea Systems Command (SEA 04P) is the PDREP Functional Manager. Naval Sea Logistics Center Detachment Portsmouth is the Deputy Functional Manager and the AIS Manager.

Program Director and Software Points of Contact

Mr. Dennis Moran

Programs Director, Code 644
Naval Sea Logistics Center Portsmouth
P.O. Box 2058
Portsmouth, NH 03804-2058
Commercial Phone: (207) 438-6440

PDREP Help Desk

Commercial Phone: (207) 438-1690
EMAIL: webptsmh@navy.mil

PDREP AIS Users

DON Program Executive Officers (PEOs), Direct Reporting Program Managers (DRPMs), Commanders of the Naval Systems Commands (SYSCOMs), Type Commands (TYCOMS), Commander Fleet Forces Command (CFFC) and the Commanding General, Marine Corps Logistics Command (MARCORLOGCOM).

Joint Deficiency Reporting System (JDRS)

The Joint Deficiency Reporting System (JDRS) was launched on 05 May 2008. JDRS provides a common, seamless solution for deficiency reporting and resolution management across the Aeronautical Enterprise. JDRS is a cross-service (used by the Navy, Army, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard and DCMA) web enabled automated tracking system designed to initiate, process and track deficiency reports from the Warfighter through the investigation process.

Benefits of JDRS include:

  • Improved quality of material and Warfighter readiness
  • Visibility of deficiency reports across all services
  • Critical safety item visibility aeronautical enterprise wide
  • Reduction of total ownership cost and cycle time
  • Government and industry partnering
  • Improved exhibit inventory management and management metrics
  • Automated routing of deficiency reports and ease of use

JDRS (for registered users) is located at: https://jdrs.mil and the public site (with presentations and resources) is located at http://www.jdrs.mil.

 

 PDREP References

 
  
  
  
mod6.pdfmod6 Analyzing Risk Through Application of Six Sigma Concepts
navsop3683revisionc22april2013.pdfnavsop3683revisionc22april2013NAVY AND MARINE CORPS PRODUCT DATA REPORTING AND EVALUATION PROGRAM (PDREP) MANUAL (NAVSO P-3683)
secnavinst48553b.pdfsecnavinst48553bSECNAVINST 4855.3B
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