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When one reads "Maintenance, overhaul, repair, servicing, rehabilitation, salvage, modernization, or modification of supplies, systems, or equipment," Product Support quickly comes to mind. But believe it or not, this is quoted from the Services Acquisition Mall. Join us for this session where we will discuss how Service Acquisition Product Support fits among the other 5 pathways.
Description of Series:
Has it been a while since you earned your advanced/level III certification in Product Support? This Webinar Series focuses on what's changed from the old DoDI 5000.02, Operation of the Defense Acquisition System, to the new DoDI 5000.02, Operations of the Adaptive Acquisition Framework. Additionally, we'll address the new DoDI 5000.91, Product Support Management for the Adaptive Acquisition Framework. Come to one or come to all nine 90-minute lessons. Each lesson will include 15 minutes of silent work followed by a facilitator who will poll and help summarize the key points. Additionally, each session will include a speaker on applying the topic with an open Q&A period for attendees. Each live session will be worth 1.5 CLPs. A final open office hour event will cap the 2023 version of the Product Support Delta Course.
Senior Product Support personnel who have previously completed LOG 350 or LOG 3500 and have earned their Level III or Advance Tier DAWIA certification in life cycle logistics.
Paul Klevan Director, Supply Chain Solutions Division and PBL Center of Excellence at NAVSUP Weapon Systems Support
Paul Klevan is the Director of the Supply Chain Solutions Division and PBL Center of Excellence at NAVSUP Weapon Systems Support (NAVWSS) in Philadelphia. He has over twenty years' experience in PBL implementation, and 33 years in logistics and operations experience at NAVWSS. In Paul's past positions, he was the Deputy Director of the Supply Chain Solutions Division and Center of Excellence at NAVWSS, Supplier Relationship Manager with Defense Logistics Agency, PBL Coordinator for the H-60 Helicopter IWST at NAVWSS, PBL Project Manager in the Supply Chain Solutions Office NAVWSS, and a Logistics Management Specialist in the Common Systems Integrated Weapon System Team (IWST) NAVWSS. He successfully led the following PBL teams to award: H-1 Rotors and Drives; H-60 Tip2Tail; Honeywell APU; ALR67(v)3 Radar Warning System; ALE-50 Missile Decoy System; APS-137 Radar; ARC210 Radios; ALQ-126B Electronic Counter Measures; ASN-139 Inertial Navigation System; and the AN/AYQ-25(V) F-18 and AV-8B Mission Computer.
Mr. James A. Bamburg, PEO, Army
In 2012 Mr. Bamburg retired from the United States Army. His career as a Civilian initially began as a Senior Program Manager for the DoD AIMs International Program Office, Warner Robins Georgia. Mr. Bamburg went on to serve as the Product Support Manager Armed Scout Helicopter Project Office, PEOAVN. His Civilian assignments also include Product Support Manager Improved Turbine Engines/Future Vertical Lift Project Office, Product Support Manager for Aviation Systems Project Office, Product Support Manager for Unmanned Aircraft Systems Project Office. Most recently Mr. Bamburg served as the Assistant Program Executive Officer for Logistics for PEO Aviation. Directly, supporting the Program Executive Officer, Responsible for planning, coordinating, and executing integrated product support/acquisition logistics support for 10 Project offices and a 3,020-person multi-functional organization supporting 30% of the Army's Major Defense Acquisition Programs which includes 14 ACAT I, and 15 ACAT II and III programs with an annual budget execution of ~$8 billion. Additionally, Mr. Bamburg has held a leadership position with the NATO C3 Staff as the Chairman of the NATO IFF Capability Team and US Head of delegation for Identification Capability Panel 2