Supportability and Logistics Engineering – Advances and Applications Workshop

What: CLEP’s 2021 Two-Day Professional Logistician’s Workshop.

When: Tuesday and Wednesday November 9 and 10

Time: 12:30 p.m. EST to 5:15 p.m. EST Each Day

Events: We have ten workshop presentations scheduled, as well as opening keynote speaker and closing speaker.

Keynote Speaker

Our symposium will be opened by Ms. Leigh E. Method.

Ms.  Leigh E. Method , CLEP Symposium Keynote Speaker
Ms. Leigh E. Method , CLEP Symposium Keynote Speaker

Ms. Leigh E. Method will be opening our workshop as Keynote speaker. She is a 24-year Air Force veteran, retiring as a colonel. A career logistician, Ms. Method deployed in support of operations Joint Endeavor and Enduring Freedom. Her last assignment prior to retirement was as Commander of the 76th Commodities Maintenance Group, Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex, Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma. She is currently Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Logistics and serves as the principal advisor to the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Sustainment.


Full Bio

Our lineup of presentations:

Speaker
Company
Presentation Title
Abstract
Bio
Paul HaslamO’Neil & Associates, Inc.Product Supportability through Lifecyle Modeling and SimulationHow should the funding be distributed to achieve the optimal balance between readiness, mission performance, and cost?
Steve Rogers ALE
Beth Carlock ISS Corp
Justin Woulfe Systecon North AmericaNext Generation Optimization and Simulation: Leveraging advances in computing for tactical decision making and optimization of complex mission scenariosAdvances in computational performance combined with an evolutionary algorithm provides a powerful tool for heuristic optimization of complex scenarios.


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Mike GourleyLockheed MartinLogistics Engineering in 21st Century PBLPBL continues to be DoD’s preferred life cycle system support strategy. This session will address lifecycle logistics engineering to support future PBL arrangements.
Lucas Marino EAST Partnership and MCS, LLCSeeing Through Silos: the Importance of Activity-Based Perspectives in Support Analysis
John Sofia Life Cycle EngineeringApplication of Variance Reduction to Logistics EngineeringVariation of systems, sub systems and components impact Fleet readiness, availability and cost. The proliferation of variation in Fleet systems continues to hamper the Navy’s ability to shorten the supply chain and minimize our vulnerabilities to logistically sustain our deployed Fleet. This brief intends to discuss the issue and an opportunity to reduce variation within the constraints of the Navy’s supply system.
James V. JonesLogistics Management AssociatesThe New TA-STD 0017A – PSA on SteroidsThe soon to be released updated TA STD 0017A, Product Support Analysis (PSA), ushers in a new era of supportability engineering. The modifications to this standard reveal an enhanced opportunity for product design improvement and sustainment performance. This presentation focuses on providing a historical perspective as to why PSA is invaluable, a brief discussion of the changes, modifications, and additions to the new 0017A, and thoughts on the optimal implementation of the PSA process to achieve maximum benefit with the best ROI.
Vijay Chachra and Cameron BadgleyAndromeda Systems Inc.How the Digital thread is helping maximize operational availability by tying PSA with IoT/CBM+ to drive optimized maintenance planning and execution.Upping the ante on RCM driven conditioned based maintenance with IoT and AI. Showcase the seamless integration of supportability analysis data with maintenance planning and IoT driven maintenance execution.
Peter StuttardAspire Consulting LtdAddressing the Support Case, a UK MoD perspectiveThere are several standards which address the need for engineering ‘cases’ including the UK ILS Def Stan 00-600 which requires a “Supportability Case” to be generated. The Support Case is powerful, but underutilized, ILS tool. This presentation discusses the concept and the benefits it brings to a ILS programme.

Registration and Sponsorship Information

Registration is for the two day symposium. Once registered, a guest may view as many or as few presentations as desired. Registration is free for all CLEP members, and $60 for non-members. Clicking one of the registration buttons will take you to our EZ Registration page.

CLEP 2021 Logistics Workshop (November – Member Virtual)

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Corporate Sponsors

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