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Are there requirements to update any Product Support program documents after a system is in service? I presume that the LCSP might be a candidate if the PS strategy has changed. The only specific reference I can find is in NAVSO P3562 (Logistics Assessments), which only cites the PESHE: "... continually updated and maintained throughout the progression of a program or project, from concept to disposal."
The Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of
Defense (Acquisition), currently Performing the Duties of the Undersecretary of
Defense for Acquisition & Sustainment [USD (A&S)] announced the winners
of the annual PSM of the year awards in a newly issued February 10, 2021 memo
entitled “2020 Secretary of Defense Product Support Manager (PSM) Award
Winner Selections”. Congrats to both of this year's winners!
What is the difference between the PESHE and the EHA? Do contractors write both? Does the government get to review these?
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.
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