The DMLSS-FM tool is used to track and maintain our facilities supporting the MHS’s mission execution of delivery of health, dental, veterinary and related research.
The DMLSS Program, co-sponsored by the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Health Affairs) and the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Logistics), is a partnership involving the wholesale medical logistics, medical information management, medical information technology, and user communities. DMLSS’ mission is to improve responsiveness of medical logistics support. The DMLSS Program accomplishes this by implementing business process innovations that increase the effectiveness of medical logistics support and reduce cost.
JMLFDC is the component responsible for development, maintenance and support of the DMLSS-FM platform.
Key Elements Overview
DMLSS-FM has two primary components to support the facilities operations and maintenance execution:
The CMMS component provides the means to manage the data relating to the real property installed equipment (RPIE) for the facility and its associated preventative maintenance work orders, project management, etc..
The CAFM component provides a means to manage the space utilization for the facility in a graphical manner and link to relevant CMMS data. The CAFM also provides a means for the DoD-MHS to comply with the DoD OSD/IE Real Property Inventory Requirements (RPIR).
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The priorities of the DMLSS development are driven by the Defense Medical Logistics Executive Committee (DMLEC). The goals and structure can be found in the DMLEC Charter.
The MHS Facilities community developed a CMMS/CAFM roadmap, acknowledging the extensive problems with the current DMLSS-FM platform and need to a viable FM tool-set. Details can be found on the “DMLSS-FM Roadmap” page
Joint Medical Asset Repository (JMAR) is the single authoritative source for acquiring, managing, and providing timely and accurate joint medical asset visibility information. It captures, integrates, and stores data in a central repository with Web-based access. JMAR does not create new data; it captures and consolidates existing data from disparate legacy and replacement medical logistics sources. The JMAR Web user interface offers assistance with informative pop-up logistics definitions, real-time notices, and “drill-down” reports. (JMAR CAC Login)