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What governing documentation defines Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) Management as obsolete?
Background: I'm presently reviewing SECNAV INST 5400.15D, DON Research, Development, Acquisition, and Associated Life-Cycle and Logistics Management policy and I would like to know if the terminology of logistics management / ILS management should be replaced with Integrated Product Support and Product Support Management respectively.
Be sure to check out the FY19 DAWIA certification requirements for Life Cycle Logistics: https://www.dau.mil/cop/log/Pages/Topics/LOG%20Certification%20Requirements.aspx
One substantive change from FY18 was the
addition of CLE 068 to Level II certification training requirements.
Please check it out and post any questions or comments here.
Does anyone know of any tips/tools in this new system similar to the ones in the old system?
Example: By clicking Print, then Control F, we could search key words when taking the quizzes and tests.
When integrating off the shelf electronics into non-weapons systems design what has been the most effective contractual method to assure long tern sustainability and modernization? What level of PARM and prime contractor coordination should be specified and when does acquisition cost become operational costs?
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