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WHO WE ARE AND WHAT WE DO

A Logistics Engineer is a professional practitioner who possesses the knowledge and demonstrated skills required for successful application of scientific and mathematical principles, quantitative and qualitative analysis and deductive reasoning to develop and implement solutions to practical problems in the discipline of logistics. Logistics Engineering is the professional engineering discipline responsible for the integration of support considerations in the design and development; test and evaluation; production and/or construction; operation; maintenance; and the ultimate disposal/recycling of systems and equipment. Additionally, this discipline defines and influences the supporting infrastructure for these systems and equipment (i.e., maintenance, personnel, facilities, support equipment, spares, supply chains, and supporting information/data). The practice of logistics engineering is exercised throughout the system life-cycle by conducting the iterative process of supportability analysis and the accomplishment of trade-off studies to optimize costs and system, logistics, and performance requirements.

Education is the Cornerstone of the Council of Logistics Engineering Professionals (CLEP).

Our Passion is providing Member-focused Education and Advocacy for the Logistics Community

CLEP MISSION

Advance the Logistics Engineering profession through education, mentoring and outreach. Disseminate the interdisciplinary principles of Supportability to Industry and Government. Collaborate with others to strengthen shared values, processes and capabilities.

CLEP CODE OF ETHICS As a member, I will:

  • Recognize that individuals inherently desire to practice their occupations to the best of their ability.
  • Assume that individuals want to do their best.
  • Maintain a broad and balanced outlook and will recognize value in the ideas and opinions of others.
  • Be guided in my activities by truth, accuracy, fair dealing and good taste.
  • Keep informed on the latest developments in techniques, equipment, and processes.
  • Recommend or initiate methods to increase productivity and efficiency.
  • Support efforts to strengthen the logistics engineering profession through training and education.
  • Help my associates reach personal and professional fulfillment.
  • Earn and carefully guard my reputation for good moral character and good citizenship.

 

CLEP NOTIONAL DEFINITIONS:

Logistics Engineering: The professional engineering discipline responsible for the integration of support considerations in the design and development; test and evaluation; production and/or construction; operation; maintenance; and the ultimate disposal/recycling of systems and equipment. Additionally, this discipline defines and influences the supporting infrastructure for these systems and equipment (i.e., maintenance, personnel, facilities, support equipment, spares, supply chains, and supporting information/data). The practice of logistics engineering is exercised throughout the system life-cycle by conducting the iterative process of supportability analysis and the accomplishment of trade-off studies to optimize costs and system, logistics, and performance requirements.

Logistics Engineer: A professional practitioner who possesses the knowledge and demonstrated skills required for successful application of scientific and mathematical principles, quantitative and qualitative analysis and deductive reasoning to develop and implement solutions to practical problems in the discipline of logistics engineering.