The contractor shall analyze the acquisition planning and life cycle management of multiple programs.
The contractor shall provide support to the product/project office for the full life cycle management, through development, procurement, and sustainment, applying Department of Defense (DoD) acquisition processes involving life cycle logistics (development, acquisition, testing, product improvements, fielding, and sustainment).
The contractor shall perform logistics analyses and support for all integrated logistics support (ILS) elements across every phase of system acquisition.
The contractor shall determine level of maintenance, review system parts lists, and make recommendations on the table of allowances.
The contractor shall monitor supportability requirements in relation to the established requirements for cost, schedule, and performance.
The contractor shall ensure integration of all support elements to maximize system deployability, supportability, and mobility
The contractor shall develop, review, analyze, prepare, and/or update ILS studies, analyses, and program documentation in the following areas:
Packaging, handling, storage, and transportation
Environmental, Safety, and Occupational Health (ESOH)
Automatic identification technology
Information technology resources
Product and technical data
Facilities and infrastructure
Deployment and fielding
Post production support
The contractor shall develop fielding plans and logistics demonstration plans, and coordinate them with stakeholders.
The contractor shall prepare, review, and maintain Technical Manuals (TMs), training packages, and other logistics-related deliverables.
The contractor shall manage, review, and comment on Prime contractor technical manuals, validation efforts, provisioning data, training packages, and other logistics-related deliverables.
The contractor shall review and check technical documents for revisions and changes.
The contractor shall maintain personal and organizational interactions to enhance stakeholder relations and actively promote rapport with customers.
The contractor shall provide logistics support and input to program integrated product teams (IPTs), Integrated Program reviews (IPRs), and milestone reviews.
The contractor shall monitor/protect acquisition-sensitive materiel.
The contractor shall develop, establish, implement, and maintain plans, schedules, controls, instructions, and procedures related to ILS.
The contractor shall lead and coordinate the JPEO-CBRND Joint Integrated Logistics Assessment (JILA) process for all programs of record from Milestone B to fielding. In addition, the contractor shall serve as the point of contact to coordinate all Joint Integrated Logistics Assessment (JILA)-related reviews and evaluations.
The contractor shall generate a Life Cycle Support Plan (LCSP) for the assigned program.
The contractor shall coordinate all levels of training activities (i.e., needs assessments, material development, and execution). In addition, the contractor shall develop, track, and report schedule and cost activities related to training activities.
The contractor shall lead the effort to develop, validate, and place technical manuals (TMs) and special text documents in the Army document system for all programs of record.
The contractor shall coordinate the preparation of logistics, supportability, personnel, and training portions of system acquisition plans, new material release documents, Materiel Fielding Plans (MFPs), operating manuals, and system transition plans for CBRNE mobile laboratories.
The contractor shall participate in multiple integrated product teams (IPTs) to ensure ILS elements are addressed in the acquisition, training, testing, fielding, and sustainment of mobile laboratories.
The contractor shall provide support to Joint Urgent Operational Needs (JUONs).
The contractor shall provide supportability and sustainability expertise in support of program and solution set analysis.
The contractor shall identify operational constraints to fielding of materiel solution sets.
The contractor shall identify and harvest current intelligence and information necessary to support assessment and analysis of program data.
The contractor shall interpret collected information to inform testing and analysis with definition of representative threats.
The contractor shall support the development of program evaluation criteria.
The contractor shall support the development of system capabilities and limitations reports.
The contractor shall perform cataloging requirements of items (including Non Standard Equipment) through Army Enterprise System Integration Program (AESIP).
The contractor shall enter data and conduct lateral transfer actions in Defense Property Accountability System (DPAS) and Global Combat Support System – Army (GCSS-A).
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