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Fiscal Year 2019 DoD Industrial Capabilities Report

According to the DoD Industrial Policy Resources website, “the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Industrial Policy supports Congress’ interest in the health and viability of the defense industrial base…

Fiscal Year 2019 DoD Industrial Capabilities Report

Fiscal Year 2019 DoD Industrial Capabilities Report
Bill Kobren
According to the DoD Industrial Policy Resources website, “the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Industrial Policy supports Congress’ interest in the health and viability of the defense industrial base (DIB) as it relates to national security objectives. Industrial Policy provides reports, conducts meetings, and shares assessments with Congress in an effort to inform legislation and policy related to the DIB. Since 1994, Industrial Policy’s Annual Report to Congress (required by Title 10, U.S.C., Section 2504) summarizes the Department’s industrial capabilities-related guidance, assessments, and mitigation actions.”

The Annual Industrial Capabilities Report to Congress for FY 2019, dated June 23, 2020, is available for your reading pleasure. It is chock full of information of interest to the life cycle logistics and product support manager community, including Supply Chain Visibility, Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM), Trusted Foundry Program, Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages (DMSMS), Parts Management, Government-Industry Data Exchange Program (GIDEP), Additive Manufacturing, and workforce, among many others. Encourage readers to check it out.