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MIL-HDBK-1013/12
Table E-2
Actions for Example Number 1
Action
Action
Procedure
Figure
Structure
Number
Number
Number
1
Do Assets procedure
Planning
Figure D-2
<1>
2
For communications equipment:
Assets
Figure D-3
<1>
3
Do Asset Identification procedure
<2>
4
Identify asset type. Asset is Primary.
Asset
Figure D-5
<1>
5
Is asset primary? Yes
Identification
<2>
6
Enter primary asset on DSC worksheet, use Table
<3>
D-1. Asset is category C. See Figure E-1.
7
Enter primary asset on AVAL worksheet. See
<4>
Figure E-2.
8
Repeat actions 2 through 7 for all remaining primary assets: office equipment, high-ranking
military personnel, and administration staff. See Figure E-3 through Figure E-5.
9
For back up generator:
Assets
Figure D-3
<1>
10
Do Asset Identification procedure
<2>
11
Identify asset type. Asset is Secondary.
Asset
Figure D-5
<1>
12
Is asset primary? No.
Identification
<2>
13
Enter secondary asset on DSC worksheet. See
<5>
Figure E-1.
14
Enter secondary asset on AVAL worksheet. See
<6>
Figure E-6.
15
For communication equipment:
Assets
Figure D-3
<3>
16
Do Primary Asset Value Assessment Procedure
<4>
17
Is primary asset information? No.
Primary Asset
Figure D-6
<1>
18
Determine criticality to military mission, use Table
Value
<3>
D-3 and "minor": Enter 1.
Assessment
19
Determine Criticality to user's mission, use Table
<4>
D-4 and "moderate": enter 2.
20
Determine Asset Replacability, use Table D-5 and
<5>
"91 to 180 days": enter 3.
21
Determine Relative Value, use Table D-9 and
<6>
"$60,000": enter 1.
22
Determine Resultant Value Rating. Sum rating
<7>
factors, 7, and use Table D-11: enter L for Low.
23
Repeat actions 15 through 22 for all remaining primary assets: office equipment, high-ranking
military personnel, and administration staff. See Figure E-3 through Figure E-5.
24
For back up generator:
Assets
Figure D-3
<5>
25
Do Secondary Asset Value Assessment procedure
<6>
26
Determine Impact on primary asset, use Table D-
Secondary
Figure D-8
<1>
12 and "minor": get L for Low.
Asset Value
27
Determine secondary asset resultant value, use
Assessment
<2>
Table D-13: enter L for low. See Figure E-6.
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