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ICIS V5 User Friendliness July 2006

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Published on November 6, 2007

Author: Rafael

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ICIS Version 5 Training Aide – “How To” Main Menu:  ICIS Version 5 Training Aide – “How To” Main Menu Login & Select COCOM Initial Screen (Multi-Function Initial Screen) Open Existing Scenario Create New Scenario Edit Existing Scenario OPTEMPO (USAF, USN, & USMC) OPTEMPO - Army Force Deployment Module (FDM) ICIS Reports Reference Files Misc. ICIS V5 Login Screen:  ICIS V5 Login Screen Click on the “Login” Link 2. Enter Your User Name & Password. 3. Click “Login” Button. ICIS V5 Select COCOM Screen:  ICIS V5 Select COCOM Screen Select Desired COCOM. Click “Go”. Slide4:  Click to go back to Main Menu Click to go to Next Topic (Main Screen) ICIS V5 Multi-Function Initial Screen:  ICIS V5 Multi-Function Initial Screen 3 New Screen Areas: A. Context B. Menu C. Create / Open a Scenario ICIS V5 Multi-Function Initial Screen:  ICIS V5 Multi-Function Initial Screen 3 New Screen Areas: A. Context – Shows: 1. Name of Current Scenario 2. Name of COCOM You’re Working in ICIS V5 Multi-Function Initial Screen:  ICIS V5 Multi-Function Initial Screen 3 New Screen Areas: B. Menu – Options: 1. Hyperlinks to Choose Scenario Screen 2. Hyperlinks to Archived Scenarios 3. Allows You to Change COCOM 4. Hyper-Links to Other Functions & Reports ICIS V5 Multi-Function Initial Screen:  3 New Screen Areas: B. Menu – Manage Other Data – Hyperlinks to: 1. File Management (Import & View Files) 2. Days of Supply Editor 3. Enroute File Editor 4. Area of Interest Tool ICIS V5 Multi-Function Initial Screen ICIS V5 Multi-Function Initial Screen:  ICIS V5 Multi-Function Initial Screen 3 New Screen Areas: B. Menu – Manage Commodity Data – Hyperlinks to: A. OPTEMPO Editor (USAF, USN, USMC) B. Army OPTEMPO Editor by Force Module (New Feature) ICIS V5 Multi-Function Initial Screen:  3 New Screen Areas: B. Menu – Bulk Fuel Reports Hyperlinks to Fuel Reports ICIS V5 Multi-Function Initial Screen ICIS V5 Multi-Function Initial Screen:  ICIS V5 Multi-Function Initial Screen 3 New Screen Areas: C. Create / Open a Scenario - Hyperlinks to: 1. Create a New Scenario 2. Open an Existing Scenario 3. Edit an Existing Scenario (After Opening) Slide12:  Click to go back to Main Menu Click to go to Next Topic (Open Existing Scenario) ICIS V5 Open Existing Scenario:  ICIS V5 Open Existing Scenario 1. Click on Desired Scenario ICIS V5 Open Existing Scenario:  ICIS V5 Open Existing Scenario 2. Review Parameters Selected for Scenario ICIS V5 Open Existing Scenario:  ICIS V5 Open Existing Scenario Expand to View All Bulk Fuel Reports Select Desired Report ICIS V5 Initial Screen After Selecting Scenario:  ICIS V5 Initial Screen After Selecting Scenario This Screen Will be Displayed While ICIS is Doing Initial Reports Processing. (Subsequent Reports Will be Faster and this Screen will not be Displayed.) Slide17:  Click to go back to Main Menu Click to go to Next Topic (Create New Scenario) ICIS V5 Create New Scenario:  ICIS V5 Create New Scenario 1. Click “Create New Scenario” ICIS V5 Create New Scenario General Tab:  ICIS V5 Create New Scenario General Tab 2. Ensure General Tab is Selected. 3. Name New Scenario. 4. Give Description (Optional) 5. Enter Days of Duration. 6. Click “Save” Button. 7. Click on “Demand Streams” Tab. ICIS V5 Create New Scenario Demand Stream Tab:  ICIS V5 Create New Scenario Demand Stream Tab 8. Click “Add” Button ICIS V5 Create New Scenario Demand Stream Tab:  ICIS V5 Create New Scenario Demand Stream Tab Select Appropriate Type of Demand Stream. ICIS V5 Create New Scenario Select Force List (FDM):  ICIS V5 Create New Scenario Select Force List (FDM) 10. Select Demand Stream ICIS V5 Create New Scenario Demand Stream Tab (Select TPFDD) :  ICIS V5 Create New Scenario Demand Stream Tab (Select TPFDD) Select OPTEMPOs (Army & All Others) 12. Click “Next” ICIS V5 Create New Scenario Select Fuels Parameters :  ICIS V5 Create New Scenario Select Fuels Parameters 13. Select Appropriate Parameters 14. Click “Save” ICIS V5 Create New Scenario View the Newly Created Scenario:  ICIS V5 Create New Scenario View the Newly Created Scenario 15. Click on the Desired Report Slide26:  Click to go back to Main Menu Click to go to Next Topic (Edit Existing Scenario) ICIS V5 Edit Existing Scenario:  ICIS V5 Edit Existing Scenario 1. Click on Scenario to be Edited ICIS V5 Edit Existing Scenario:  ICIS V5 Edit Existing Scenario 2. Click on “Edit Scenario” ICIS V5 Edit Existing Scenario:  ICIS V5 Edit Existing Scenario Click on “Demand Stream” Tab. Highlight Appropriate Demand Stream. Click “Edit”. ICIS V5 Edit Existing Scenario:  ICIS V5 Edit Existing Scenario Make Appropriate Edits. Click “Next”. ICIS V5 Edit Existing Scenario:  ICIS V5 Edit Existing Scenario 8. Make Appropriate Edits. 9. Click “Save”. ICIS V5 Edit Existing Scenario:  ICIS V5 Edit Existing Scenario 10. Select Desired Report. Slide33:  Click to go back to Main Menu Click to go to Next Topic (OPTEMPO) ICIS V5 OPTEMPO - USAF:  ICIS V5 OPTEMPO - USAF ICIS V5 OPTEMPO – Navy Air:  ICIS V5 OPTEMPO – Navy Air ICIS V5 OPTEMPO – Navy Surface (Ship Speeds):  ICIS V5 OPTEMPO – Navy Surface (Ship Speeds) ICIS V5 OPTEMPO – Navy Surface (Burn Rates):  ICIS V5 OPTEMPO – Navy Surface (Burn Rates) ICIS V5 OPTEMPO – USMC Air:  ICIS V5 OPTEMPO – USMC Air ICIS V5 OPTEMPO – USMC Ground (Timeline):  ICIS V5 OPTEMPO – USMC Ground (Timeline) ICIS V5 OPTEMPO – USMC Ground (TAMCN Profile):  ICIS V5 OPTEMPO – USMC Ground (TAMCN Profile) Slide41:  Click to go back to Main Menu Click to go to Next Topic (Army OPTEMPO) ICIS V5 OPTEMPO – Army (By Force Module):  ICIS V5 OPTEMPO – Army (By Force Module) Army OPTEMPO is a 2 Step Process Step # 1 – By OPLAN (TPFDD) Apply an OPTEMPO to Individual Force Modules Step # 2 – By OPLAN (TPFDD) Apply a “Default” OPTEMPO that will apply to all UICs not in a Force Module with an OPTEMPO Note 1: A Force Module OPTEMPO Consists of: Stance (High, Moderate, Low, Reserved, or Uncommitted) by Start / Stop C-Day) Equipment Usage Profile by Equipment Code by Stance ICIS V5 OPTEMPO – Army (By Force Module):  Note 2: A Force Module OPTEMPO Needs to be Applied to All Force Modules Requiring Unique OPTEMPOs. Note 3: Duplicate UIC Fuel Quantity Calculations: Force Module Report – By OPTEMPO in Relevant Force Module. GEOLOC Report – Uses OPTEMPO of Most Stringent Force Module. ICIS V5 OPTEMPO – Army (By Force Module) ICIS V5 OPTEMPO – Army (By Force Module):  ICIS V5 OPTEMPO – Army (By Force Module) 1. Select Existing or Create New OPTEMPO 1. Select Existing or Create New OPTEMPO ICIS V5 OPTEMPO – Army (By Force Module):  ICIS V5 OPTEMPO – Army (By Force Module) 2. Associate with Relevant TPFDD 3. Name as Appropriate 4. Click on “Add Intensity” Button. ICIS V5 OPTEMPO – Army (By Force Module):  ICIS V5 OPTEMPO – Army (By Force Module) 5. Select Appropriate Force Module. ICIS V5 OPTEMPO – Army (By Force Module):  ICIS V5 OPTEMPO – Army (By Force Module) 6. Fill in Stance (Low, Moderate, High, Uncommitted, or Reserved). 7. Fill in Start & End Day for Individual Stance. 10. Click Cancel to Select Another Force Module. 9. Save When Done. 8. Add Additional Stances as Needed. ICIS V5 OPTEMPO – Army (By Force Module):  ICIS V5 OPTEMPO – Army (By Force Module) 11. Select “Equipment Usage Profile” ICIS V5 OPTEMPO – Army (By Force Module):  ICIS V5 OPTEMPO – Army (By Force Module) Edit Stances (Intensity) as Appropriate Click “Save” ICIS V5 OPTEMPO – Army (By Force Module):  ICIS V5 OPTEMPO – Army (By Force Module) To Add OPTEMPO to Another Force Module: 14. Click “Add Intensity” 15. Select Next Force Module ICIS V5 OPTEMPO – Army (Default OPTEMPO):  ICIS V5 OPTEMPO – Army (Default OPTEMPO) 16. Select Existing or Create Default Army OPTEMPO File. ICIS V5 OPTEMPO – Army (Fuel Burner Editor):  ICIS V5 OPTEMPO – Army (Fuel Burner Editor) 17. Fuel Burner Editor Allows Users to Add / Edit LINs. Slide53:  Click to go back to Main Menu Click to go to Next Topic (Force Deployment Module) ICIS V5 Force Deployment Module (FDM):  ICIS V5 Force Deployment Module (FDM) Designed to Act as “Mini-TPFDD” Has Minimum Data Required for ICIS Calculation 3 Data Entry Methods Service Data (UIC, MDS, Unit Name) Force Data (LIN, TAMCN, MDS, Hull #) Spreadsheet Import ICIS V5 Force Deployment Module (FDM):  ICIS V5 Force Deployment Module (FDM) 1. Select FDM Editor ICIS V5 Force Deployment Module (FDM):  ICIS V5 Force Deployment Module (FDM) 2. Select Existing or Create New FDM Run ICIS V5 FDM (Service Data View):  ICIS V5 FDM (Service Data View) Service Data View Allows Data Selection by: Unit Identification Code (UIC) Unit Name Weapon System: Army – N/A Air Force – Aircraft Type Marine Corps – Aircraft Type Navy – Aircraft and Ship Types ICIS V5 FDM (Service Data View):  ICIS V5 FDM (Service Data View) 1. Select, by Service, Desired Method of Selecting Appropriate Forces Note: 1. To Add UICs – Click “Add” Button To Add Aircraft, Ships, etc., First Create “Group” in Force Data Tab ICIS V5 FDM (Service Data View):  ICIS V5 FDM (Service Data View) Note: Group (by Service) Required to Add Aircraft, Ships, etc. 2. Select “Force Data” Tab 3. Create, by Service, Group. 4. Click “Add” Button. ICIS V5 FDM (Service Data View - UIC):  ICIS V5 FDM (Service Data View - UIC) 6. Select Desired Force 7. Click “Add” Button 5. Select “Service Data” Tab ICIS V5 FDM (Service Data View – UIC):  ICIS V5 FDM (Service Data View – UIC) 8. Notice Change to “Force Data” Tab. 9. Check Box 10. Fill in “To C-Day”, “GEOLOC”, & “Quantity” 11. Click “Save”. ICIS V5 FDM (Service Data View - UIC):  ICIS V5 FDM (Service Data View - UIC) Review of Data - Army UIC # - Equipment Associated with UIC - Review of Data Equipment Quantities ICIS V5 FDM (Service Data View – Wpn Sys):  ICIS V5 FDM (Service Data View – Wpn Sys) 12. Select UIC or Aircraft Type Note: Know These Are Not USMC Aircraft 13. Click “Add” Button ICIS V5 FDM (Service Data View – Wpn Sys):  ICIS V5 FDM (Service Data View – Wpn Sys) 15. Check Box 14. Notice Change to “Force Data” Tab. 16. Fill in “To C-Day”, “GEOLOC”, & “Quantity” 17. Click “Save”. ICIS V5 FDM (Service Data View – Wpn Sys):  ICIS V5 FDM (Service Data View – Wpn Sys) 19. Click “Add”. 18. Select Desired Aircraft ICIS V5 FDM (Service Data View – Wpn Sys):  ICIS V5 FDM (Service Data View – Wpn Sys) 20. Edit Quantity. 21. Click “Save”. ICIS V5 FDM (Force Data View):  ICIS V5 FDM (Force Data View) Force Data View Allows Data Entry for Weapon Systems by: Air Force – Mission-Design-Series (MDS) Army – Line Item Number (LIN) Marines – Table of Authorized Material Control Number (TAMCN) or MDS (Aircraft) Navy – MDS (Ship Hull # and Aircraft) ICIS V5 FDM (Force Data View):  ICIS V5 FDM (Force Data View) 1. Click “FDM Editor” 2. Select “Force Data” Tab 3. Create Group(s) by Service 4. Click “Save” ICIS V5 FDM (Force Data View):  ICIS V5 FDM (Force Data View) 5. Select Desired Group 6. Add Desired Weapon System. 10. Save 7. Select Appropriate Weapon Type. 8. Click “Add” Button. 9. Fill in C-Day, GEOLOC. ICIS V5 FDM (Force Data View):  ICIS V5 FDM (Force Data View) 11. Adjust Quantity as Appropriate. 12. Save 13. Go to Scenario, Add as New Demand Stream, do Run. ICIS V5 FDM (Spreadsheet Import):  ICIS V5 FDM (Spreadsheet Import) Spreadsheet Import Process 1. Create Spreadsheet – Use Service Specific Format 2. Import Spreadsheet via Other Functions / Manage Other Data / File Management Select Spreadsheet from Other Functions / Manage Other Data / FDM Editor Create Scenario Using Newly Imported “Spreadsheet”. ICIS V5 FDM (Spreadsheet Import):  ICIS V5 FDM (Spreadsheet Import) Spreadsheet Layout Structure Note1: One Service per Spreadsheet Note 2: Save As .CSV File ICIS V5 FDM (Spreadsheet Import):  ICIS V5 FDM (Spreadsheet Import) 1. Open “File Management” ICIS V5 FDM (Spreadsheet Import):  ICIS V5 FDM (Spreadsheet Import) 2. Choose Correct Data Type (Note: FDM & Specific Service). 3. Browse to Desired Computer File. 4. Give Descriptive Name 5. Click “Upload” Button 6. Uploaded File Available for Use After Appearing Here. ICIS V5 FDM (Spreadsheet Import):  ICIS V5 FDM (Spreadsheet Import) 7. Click “FDM Editor” Link 8. Select Service & Appropriate .CSV File 9. Click “Add”. 10. View Imported Data. 11. Save. 12. Click “Choose Scenario”. Slide76:  Click to go back to Main Menu Click to go to Next Topic (Primary Reports) ICIS V5 Reports:  ICIS V5 Reports Primary Reports Demand Streams Service Breakdown Use: Verify Forces Included in Computations GEOLOC Summary Report Use: Verify Forces at Expected GEOLOCs Location Demand Rollup Use: Computations by GEOLOC, Service, Fuel Type, C-Day(s) IMP Days of Supply Use: WRM Numerical Validation Force Module Use: Fuel Calculations by Force Module ID # ICIS V5 Demand Stream Service Breakdown Report:  ICIS V5 Demand Stream Service Breakdown Report ICIS V5 GEOLOC Report:  ICIS V5 GEOLOC Report ICIS V5 Location Demand Rollup Report:  ICIS V5 Location Demand Rollup Report ICIS V5 Inventory Management Plan Report:  ICIS V5 Inventory Management Plan Report ICIS V5 Force Module Report:  ICIS V5 Force Module Report ICIS V5 Force Module Report Details Available:  ICIS V5 Force Module Report Details Available Slide84:  Click to go back to Main Menu Click to go to Next Topic (Other Reports) ICIS V5 Reports:  ICIS V5 Reports Other Reports Available Cumulative Requirements by Service Use: Total Qty Fuel Required from C-0 to Selected Day Daily Unfilled Use: Qty of Fuel Not Able to Fill by C-Day Demand/QOH Graphs Use: Chart of Demand and QOH by C-Day & Location Location Demand Drilldown Use: Cumulative Qty of Fuel Required by Location & Fuel Type Max 1 Day Qty Report Use: Date of Location’s Max Qty of Fuel Required by Fuel Type ICIS V5 Reports (Cont’d):  ICIS V5 Reports (Cont’d) Summary Tables Use: Summary of Fuel Data by Fuel Type and Selected End C-Day Time-Phased Requirements (All Services) Use: Summary of Fuel Rqts by Fuel Type and C-Day Supplier/Refinery Tanker Lift Schedule Use: Creates Cargo Increment Number (CIN) File for Export to JOPES/CFAST ICIS V5 Cumulative Requirements by Service Report:  ICIS V5 Cumulative Requirements by Service Report ICIS V5 Daily Unfilled Report:  ICIS V5 Daily Unfilled Report ICIS V5 Demand/QOH Graphs Report :  ICIS V5 Demand/QOH Graphs Report ICIS V5 Location Demand Drilldown Report :  ICIS V5 Location Demand Drilldown Report ICIS V5 Max 1 Day Qty Report:  ICIS V5 Max 1 Day Qty Report ICIS V5 Summary Tables Report :  ICIS V5 Summary Tables Report ICIS V5 Time-Phased Requirements (All Services) Report :  ICIS V5 Time-Phased Requirements (All Services) Report ICIS V5 Supplier/Refinery Tanker Lift Schedule Report :  ICIS V5 Supplier/Refinery Tanker Lift Schedule Report Slide95:  Click to go back to Main Menu Click to go to Next Topic (Misc.) ICIS V5 Misc. File Management:  ICIS V5 Misc. File Management Used to Upload Data Files into ICIS TPFDD Files (.B8) Force Deployment Module (FDM) Files (.CSV) JFAST (USAF Strat-Air Only) Files DCAPES-LOGFAC (USAF Combat Air Forces & Strat-Air) Files 1884 (Fuel Inventory at DFSPs) File ICIS V5 File Management Import New File :  ICIS V5 File Management Import New File 1. Select “File Management” ICIS V5 File Management Import New File :  ICIS V5 File Management Import New File 2. Select Appropriate File Type ICIS V5 File Management Import New File:  ICIS V5 File Management Import New File Browse to Appropriate File on Your Computer Give Descriptive Name Click “Upload” You Can Check Import Status After File Has Loaded Note: Ensure File Has Finished Loading Before Closing Screen or Checking Import Status ICIS V5 File Management View Imported Files :  ICIS V5 File Management View Imported Files Select Appropriate Data Type. Select Desired Imported Data. Select Desired Format Click “View” Note: File Must Complete Import Processing Before Being Visible in Window. Slide101:  Click to go back to Main Menu

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