Newly Revised Version of LOG 204 Configuration Management Course Now Available
A quick note to let defense acquisition workforce professionals know that DAU has launched a newly revised version of our LOG 204 Configuration Management distance learning course. This effort culminates a major project that integrated the efforts a multi-disciplinary, multi-organizational team of DoD and industry Certified Configuration/Data Managers Subject Matter Experts (SME) from across the Program Management, Systems Engineering and Life Cycle Logistics career fields. The revision team, led by DAU faculty and supported by Service subject matter experts leveraged their unique knowledge of the latest configuration management standard, SAE-EIA-649-1, Configuration Management Requirements for Defense Contracts and their insights as members on the SAE G-33 Configuration Management Committee to ensure the revised LOG 204 reflected current DoD policy and guidance in the areas of Better Buying Power, Modular Open Systems Approaches, Intellectual Property and Value Engineering. The revised LOG 204 distance learning course, which is one of the Life Cycle Logistics DAWIA Level II certification ‘pick list’ course options, features enhanced interactivity, micro-videos and other changes that improve the student learning experience. The result is students from multiple functional communities have access to the most current information on this important acquisition topic.
The launch of this new LOG 204 Configuration Management course follows closely on the heels of a series of updated configuration management related materials outlined in a blog post earlier this month entitled “New Configuration Management Resources Available.”