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Product Support Strategy Development, Part B

LOG 2010 is the second part in a two-course foundational series for life-cycle logistics professionals. The course provides a dynamic, group-based, facilitated learning environment oriented toward further developing logistics competencies required by the life-cycle logistician during weapons and equipment systems development. It challenges the professional to think critically, differentiate support alternatives, and provide solutions to ensure the early integration of operational supportability into the system development process. These skills are refined by instructor-facilitated group exercises and discussions. Special emphasis is placed on developing and delivering the required logistics inputs that ensure supportability is designed into a system and documented in the Life Cycle Sustainment Plan (LCSP).

REQUIRED PREREQUISITES

Required:
  • ACQ 1010 Fundamentals of Systems Acquisition Management
  • LOG 2000 Product Support Strategy Development, Part A

PREDECESSOR COURSES

TARGET AUDIENCE

The intended audience is Life Cycle Logisticians seeking foundational certification. Members of other acquisition functional areas are also encouraged to take this course, which serves as a foundation for acquisition planning considerations for DoD systems to be designed, manufactured, fielded, and supported. LOG 2010 is targeted toward military officers, O-3 and above; military enlisted E-7 and above; civilians, GS-9 and above; and industry counterparts.

NOTES

  • Recommend students have at least two years of life cycle logistics experience in an acquisition or sustainment organization prior to registration.
  • The CLPs assigned to this learning activity may be used to meet professional certification and/or licensure requirements (PDUs/CPE credits).