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New LOG 0310 PBL Contracting Strategies Training

We’re pleased to announce the deployment of our newest online training (OLT) course, LOG 0310 Performance Based Logistics (PBL) Contracting Strategies. This new course, which replaces the now-…

New LOG 0310 PBL Contracting Strategies Training

New LOG 0310 PBL Contracting Strategies Training
Bill Kobren
We’re pleased to announce the deployment of our newest online training (OLT) course, LOG 0310 Performance Based Logistics (PBL) Contracting Strategies.

This new course, which replaces the now-retired CLL 031 training course, addresses Performance Based Logistics (PBL) and applicable contracting principles and practices so the learner understands how the Life Cycle Logistician and Contracting Officer can best work together to ensure the effective use of PBL. It provides a foundation on the basic support, contracting concepts, and business practices inherent in developing and implementing PBL product support arrangements. The target audience for this course are members of the defense acquisition workforce, including but not limited to life cycle logisticians, product support managers, and contracting professionals.

The new LOG 0310 also represents the twenty-eighth of our revised, re-designated, and/or new product support-focused life cycle logistics OLT courses to have deployed since FY20 with more to follow in the near future. This growing portfolio of asynchronous learning assets now includes:

Additional details on our new training course numbering taxonomy are available in an earlier DAU LOG Blog post entitled “Update on New DAU Logistics Course Numbering Taxonomy”.