Mrt 08 2008

JSF - Begrotingsgegevens USA

Published by JSFNieuws.nl

US MINISTERIE VAN DEFENSIE
BEGROTING VERWERVING JSF KOMENDE JAREN

Hier treft u informatie over de plannen tot daadwerkelijke aankoop en de daarbij behorende begrotingsgegevens, die eveneens publiek zijn.

Deze pagina wordt telkens geactualiseerd met recent bekende gegevens. De laatst bekende gegevens zijn bijgewerkt op 8 april 2008 door de redactie van JSFNIEUWS.
Voor de JSF/F-35A zijn dan vooral de gegevens van belang van de US Airforce, omdat deze een soortgelijke versie als Nederland in dienst gaat nemen.

Begrotings samenvatting Fiscal YEar 2008/2009 inzake defensie investeringen
begrotingssamenvatting (zie blz. 28 inzake de JSF)

SAMENVATTINGEN BUDGET VERLOOP VAN US JSF PROJECT

Elk jaar brengt het Amerikaanse Ministerie van Defensie gegevens samenvattingen uit van de belangrijkste defensie materieel aankoop projecten. Ze bevatten kortweg gegevens over kostenontwikkeling. Deze rapportages worden Selected Acquisition Reports (SAR) genoemd.
Deze jaarlijkse samenvattingen geven een kort en goed inzicht in het totale projectverloop wat betreft de kosten en planning. Hieronder volgen ze van de JSF (letterlijk overgenomen,, in het Engels).

US SAR DEC-2007
F-35 (Joint Strike Fighter)
Program costs decreased by $981.3 million (-0.3 percent) from $299,824.1 million to $298,842.8 million, due primarily to the application of revised escalation indices (-$1,955.8 million), lower material estimates because of prime contractor’s material agreements (-$1,650.6 million), and incorporation of revised prime/subcontractor labor rates (-$879.4 million). There was an additional reduction for a revised estimate of support costs (-$7,445.0 million). These decreases were partially offset by higher estimates for elements of procurement nonrecurring costs (+$4,369.0 million), an adjustment to reflect manufacturing actuals for the System Demonstration and Development (SDD) flight test articles (+$3,849.9 million), and a revised propulsion estimate to include additional hardware and increased lift fan cost (+$2,769.1 million). Overall, it should be noted that the Nunn-McCurdy unit costs are stable relative to the current and original baseline estimates.

US SAR DEC-2006
F-35 (Joint Strike Fighter) – Program costs increased by $23,365.2 million (+8.5%) from
$276,458.9 million to $299,824.1 million, due primarily to a decrease in the annual procurement quantities and a stretchout of the production buy schedule from FY 2027 to FY 2034 (+$11,207.8 million), revised estimate for airframe materials due to commodity market increases (+$5,472.8 million), increase due to revised assumptions based on contractor LRIP I proposals and methodology (+$8,307.1 million), and support increase due to aircraft configuration update, revised procurement profile, and methodology changes (+$6,423.2 million). These increases were partially offset by revised assumptions for prime and subcontractor labor rates (-$3,576.3 million) and revised assumptions for subcontractor costs (-$5,201.4 million).

US SAR DEC-2005
Joint Strike Fighter (F-35) – Program costs increased $19,841.3 million (+7.7%) from
$256,617.6 million to $276,458.9 million, due primarily to the increased cost of materials for the airframe (+$10,252.9 million), revised inflation impact assumptions and methodology
(+$9,872.9 million), revised assumptions regarding the work share between the prime contractor and subcontractors (+$5,519.6 million), the application of revised escalation rates (+$5,442.7 million), impact of configuration update and methodology changes on support (+$4,400.6 million), a change in the subcontracting manufacture plan for the wing (+$3,548.9 million), and a realignment of funding to outyears due to Congressional and Service FYDP reductions (+$130.0 million). These increases were partially offset by the benefits of additional procurement by partner countries (-$9,243.8 million), a learning curve adjustment to reflect single engine source (-$5,112.5 million), design maturation (-$3,017.3 million), and the cancellation of the F136 engine (-$1,951.0 million

US SAR DEC-2004
JSF (Joint Strike Fighter) – Program costs increased $11,783.3 million (+4.8 %) from
$244,834.3 million to $256,617.6 million, due primarily to increases for application of revised
escalation indices (+$7,663.7 million), design maturation (+$5,002.9 million), refined definitions of support requirements (+$3,942.0 million), and a delay in STOVL (Short Takeoff and Vertical Landing) initial procurement from FY 2007 to 2008 and revised buy profile for all variants (+$2,281.8 million). These increases were partially offset by a decrease in the costs for standard hardware and general equipment based on refined engineering assessments (-$7,289.4 million)

US SAR DEC-2003
JSF (Joint Strike Fighter) – Program costs increased $45,097.9 million (+22.6%) from $199,736.4 million to $244,834.3 million, due primarily to revised contractor direct labor and overhead rates (+13,669.2 million), System Development and Demonstration (SDD) schedule extension for additional design maturation ($7,495.4 million), a delay in procurement start from FY 2006 to FY2007 and revised annual quantity profiles (+$5,540.4 million), and learning curve impacts of revised SDD and production schedules on contractors (+$4,374.0 million). There were further increases for the application of revised escalation indices (+$2,456.3 million), procurement of additional Electro Optical Tracking System (EOTS) (+$1,083.8 million), a delay in multi-year procurement from FY 2012 to FY 2014 (+$904.7 million), and aircraft configuration updates, methodology changes, and refined definitions of support requirements (+$7,811.1 million)

US SAR DEC-2002
JSF (Joint Strike Fighter) – Program costs decreased by $26,721.9 million (-11.8%) from
$226,458.3 million to $199,736.4 million, due primarily to a decrease of 409 Navy aircraft (from 2,866 to 2,457 aircraft) (-$25,434.9 million), associated decreases in initial spares and support requirements (-$3,956.3 million), as well as the application of revised escalation rates (-$3,404.4 million). These decreases were partially offset by increases in outyear costs due to production affects from lower aircraft quantities (+$2,623.7 million), the addition of International Commonality Effort (+$1,270.0 million), refined engine program to optimize interchangeability (+$1,157.8 million), and revised estimating methodology from parametric to bottom-up (+$451.4 million).

US SAR DEC-2001
JSF (Joint Strike Fighter) –Development costs increased $7,904.2 million (+3.6%) from $218,554.1 million to $226,458.3 million, due primarily to delay of the System Development and Demonstration(SDD) decision, extension of the SDD phase from a 90-month to 126-month effort employing a block approach, a refined cost estimating model with a more detailed work breakdown structure, and addition of two flight test aircraft to the program. As a result of the Defense Acquisition Executive (DAE) Milestone B approval, the program entered into the SDD phase in October 2001, and $196,600.00 million of procurement for 2,866 production aircraft has been added to the SAR. Previously, the JSF SAR was limited to development costs only (per 10 USC §2432).

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