CLEP has been steadily growing over the past two years. We closed out the past year with our first virtual workshop. This year we are working on logistics micro-badging and periodic half-day workshops. We’re looking for volunteers to assist in committees.
CLEP’s 2021 workshop for November 9&10 is coming together! We have two full days of presentations lined up in a virtual format, which opens up participation to a wider audience.
I recently had the opportunity to interview Mr. Dan Eustace, senior Logistician at the United States Coast Guard Asset Project Office. Dan has been recognized as Coast Guard Life-Cycle Logistician of the Year. In his interview, Dan provides a wealth of fascinating insights into the challenges of building life-cycle logistics for ship acquisition programs.
Can your company’s supply chain manage several month’s shortage of key components? How about a sudden loss of twenty-five percent of your workforce? Our world seems to be lurching from one disaster to another now-a-days, and your company’s supply chain management should reflect this new reality.
So why did you chose a career in defense logistics? After reading Jon Hatch’s blog post last month, I couldn’t help reminisce about my own path to a very rewarding logistics career. This month’s blog post discusses my accidental career in defense logistics, and challenges our readers to tell us your own story.
Welcome to the NEW Council of Logistics Engineering Professional (CLEP) monthly newsletter! This new format is one example of CLEP’s evolution to meet the expanding need of defense industry Logistics […]
This article briefly describes eight major elements of logistics support: Supply Support; Maintenance & Support Personnel; Training and Training Support; Test, measurement, handling, and support equipment; Packaging, handling, storage/ warehousing, and transportation (PHS&T); Maintenance Facilities; Computer resources; and Technical data.