CLEP Will be hosting a virtual workshop November 9th 12:30 – 17:15 EST and 10th 13:00 – 17:15 EST. This Year’s Theme is “Supportability and Logistics Engineering – Advances and Applications Workshop.” Here is our present line-up of featured speakers and participating organizations. Watch your email inbox for our announcement on registering for workshop events.
CLEP President Jon Hatch posts an introduction to CLEP planned activities for the coming year, and a recap of the previous year’s activities.
Greetings to all CLEP Members Past, Present, and Future! November was a busy month for the council as we held our first ever virtual workshop! Ten of our industry leading […]
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.
Vijay Chachra describes how his company, Andromeda Systems Inc., has been able to leverage the power of Internet of Things (IoT) for maintenance optimization. By partnering with PTC to leverage their ThingWorx IoT platform, they have developed an integrated best of breed solution using the OptiAM® Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) suite.
Caution! A sense of humor is required ahead! This article discusses an extremely controversial topic: failure! Perhaps failure isn’t necessarily controversial. The topic tends to stroke the sensitivities of reliability engineers and maintenance professionals because it is familiar and humans can be very opinionated about familiar topics.
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.
Veteran Desk Side Chat: How Do You Translate Your Military Logistics Experience into Logistics Engineering Roles?
Jon Hatch discusses how to translate military experience into civilian logistics job positions. Jon also discusses logistics certification programs available to people transitioning from military to civilian careers.
Dr. Gerard Ibarra discusses two decision-making traps that may lead to developing ineffective decisions; overconfidence and recallability. Included are techniques to avoid these potential traps.
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.