Naval Aviation Depot North Island (NADEP) provides initial outfitting and follow-on support for United States Navy (USN) F/A-18 and E-2C aircraft and support equipment to foreign countries. Tasks include direct support of the aircraft as well as maintenance engineering for support equipment (SE) that maintains aircraft avionics. All sales of US defense articles are provided under the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program and regulated by US Security Assistance directives. NADEP currently supports 12 FMS customers. There are three groups of people from three organizational units that coordinate FMS services at NADEP. The groups operate independently to provide specialized services to foreign customers although each group fundamentally has the same core task: logistics coordination to meet FMS customer needs. Lack of coordination between the groups results in duplication of effort, miscommunication, misplaced action items, and customer frustration. This project provides a proposal for consolidation of FMS services at NADEP. The proposal analysis addresses driving forces, organizational structure, strategic direction, and advantages and disadvantages of consolidation. The analysis will be used to develop recommendations and an implementation plan for the consolidation of FMS services at NADEP.