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SCM 614

Logistics Management in Government Acquisition (§)

Semester Units




Course Description

Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) is an analysis methodology and management process, which is applied to virtually every major acquisition program in both the military and civilian sectors.

ILS provides the balance between the performance and supportability characteristics of a system that must be formed with a reasonable investment in both the system design and the necessary support infrastructure. The logistician must be technically competent, knowledgeable of available design and analysis tools/models and their application, and must be able to effectively communicate with other internal project personnel, suppliers, and customer contract and operational personnel across the board. This course will provide the basis for acquiring those core competencies utilizing three fundamental objectives: (1) Defining a Supportable Design; (2) Developing a Support Solution; and (3) Defining the Logistic Management Process.

Course Learning Outcomes

  • Not available for this course due to teach-out

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