Sample Priority Matrix
a. LEVEL OF MAINTENANCE CLASSIFICATION (LMC). All personnel involved in
the work input control process must be thoroughly familiar with and aware at
all times of applicable LMC for their activity's facilities and equipment.
This is of vital importance in avoiding expending scarce resources on
facilities and equipment not totally mission oriented on a continuous use
basis. Table 7-1 reflects classification characteristics that are to be
applied to facilities and equipment to determine level of maintenance
b. FUNCTIONAL ACTIVITY CODE (FAC). This code indicates the fund source
for work to be accomplished. This knowledge is necessary for planning
purposes to aid in balancing shopload with funds availability, and in
maintaining good customer relations. It is also valuable in answering queries
received concerning job status. A number or letter will be assigned to
customer commands and to special funds such as housing. Each Public Works
Department will develop functional activity codes to fit its needs.
c. METHOD OF ACCOMPLISHMENT CODE (MAC). This code indicates the means
by which the job will be accomplished; such as contract, shop forces, or
military forces. A one-letter code will be assigned for each method available
for accomplishing work; such as Contract - C, Shop Forces - S, Military - M,
and Production Department - P.