The Chief Executive of the Defence Storage and Distribution Agency has been set the following Key Targets for 2003–04:KEY TARGET 1:
To meet the Customers' requirements as negotiated and agreed in Customer Supplier Agreements. (CSAs)
KEY TARGET 1a:
For explosive materiel: to supply 95 per cent. of available maintained munitions within demand timescales.
KEY TARGET 1b:
95 per cent. of all issues of non-explosive materiel to consumers to meet that element of the Supply Chain Pipeline Time (SCPT) for which DSDA has a responsibility.
Within the 95 per cent. target, for non-explosive materiel, the following subsidiary targets have been set in CSAs:
99 per cent. of issues to meet specified SCPT at Standard Priority Codes 01, 02 and 05;
98 per cent. of issues to meet specified SCPT at Standard Priority Code 06;
97 per cent. of issues to meet specified SCPT at Standard Priority Codes 03 and 07;
95 per cent. of issues to meet specified SCPT at Standard Priority Codes 04 and 08.
KEY TARGET 1C:
98 per cent. of all receipts that conform to the specifications laid down in the contract and/or materiel regulations to be processed within time limits agreed with each individual customer.
KEY TARGET 2:
To achieve an average 5 per cent. reduction in the unit cost of output.
KEY TARGET 3:
The value of inventory written off as a result of DSDA's actions to be less than the levels agreed within each Customer Supplier Agreement.
KEY TARGET 3a:
The value of explosive materiel written off as a result of DSDA's action to be less than the value of materiel written off during financial year 2002–03.
KEY TARGET 3b:
The value of non-explosive materiel written off as a result of DSDA's action to be less than levels agreed within each specific Customer Supplier Agreement.