Defense Demilitarization Program Training Course (DDPC) Hands-on
Defense Demilitarization Program Training Course (DDPC) will identify what the Defense Demilitarization Program Course DEMIL is and will define what the codes associated with the items mean. Emphasis will be placed on the accurate coding of Munitions List Items (MLI) / Commerce Control List Items, the employment of the DEMIL manual and the latest changes affecting the DEMIL program.
DEMIL training will be tailored to personnel who have a functional responsibility associated with the logistics and disposal of military property, assignment of DEMIL codes and/or management of the DoD Demilitarization and Trade Security Controls Program.
DEMIL training is required for personnel to assign DEMIL code and to verify and validate that DEMIL of the MLI has been completed.
● We can adapt this Defense Demilitarization Program Training Course (DDPC) course to your group’s background and work requirements at little to no added cost.
● If you are familiar with some aspects of this Defense Demilitarization Program Training Course (DDPC) course, we can omit or shorten their discussion.
● We can adjust the emphasis placed on the various topics or build the Defense Demilitarization Program Training Course (DDPC) course around the mix of technologies of interest to you (including technologies other than those included in this outline).
● If your background is nontechnical, we can exclude the more technical topics, include the topics that may be of special interest to you (e.g., as a manager or policy-maker), and present the Defense Demilitarization Program Training Course (DDPC) course in manner understandable to lay audiences.
Audience / Target Group
● Provisioners, Inventory Managers and other NSWC PHD personnel who want to become familiar with Demilitarization
Defense Demilitarization Program Training Course (DDPC) - Objectives:
Upon completion of this Defense Demilitarization Program Training Course (DDPC) course, the participants are able to:
● Identify regulatory and implementing documents used in DEMIL and Trade Security controls.
● Examine the USML to identify MLI.
● Discuss requirements for each DEMIL code.
● Assign DEMIL codes to MLI.
● Identify additional requirements for instructions associated with DEMIL code G, P and F items.
● Identify the entities authorized to perform physical DEMIL.
● Distinguish between DEMIL code “Q” and DEMIL code “A” items by using the Commerce Control List.
● Determine appropriate disposition requirements for MLI and CCLI by using the DEMIL Code Challenge Program
● Interpret disposition requirements for Munitions List Items and Commerce Control List Items.
● Discuss DoD Trade Security Controls
● Interpret the policies and programs applicable to MLI and CCLI in Contractor Inventory.
Defense Demilitarization Program Training Course (DDPC) - Course Content:
Principles of DEMIL
DoD Demilitarization (DEMIL) Program
DEMIL Program Administration
DEMIL Planning Guidance
DEMIL Roles and Responsibilities
Policy and assigns responsibilities for the DoD DEMIL program
DoD Directive 5134.01
Oversight of DEMIL functions
DEMIL code assignment accuracy
DEMIL life cycle planning
Section 1051 of Public Law 105-261
DoD programs for the research, development, and acquisition; management; sustainment; maintenance; disposition; or release of DoD personal property
Commerce Control List (CCL)
Trade security controls (TSC) measures
DoD Instruction 2030.08
Sensitive and non-sensitive Commerce Control List Items (CCLI)
International transfers procedures in DoD Instruction 2040.02
DEMIL Validation Program
DEMIL and Controlled Inventory Item Codes (CIICs)
DLA Disposition Services
DLA Disposition Services/Controlled Property Verification
DEMIL Waivers and Modifications
Qualified Recycling Program