Preferred: Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) Level III certification in Life Cycle Logistics is desired. DAU courses will be at Government cost; however, travel costs (ex: Per Diem, lodging, mileage) will not be at Government cost.
Performance Based Tasks Required
The contractor shall execute the Air Force processes associated with the 12 Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) elements and incorporate results into appropriate acquisition documentation.
The contractor shall perform Joint Integrated Logistics As, as required, in accordance with the roles and responsibilities outlined in Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical, Biological, Radiological, nuclear Defense (JPEO-CBRND) policy #34.
The contractor shall perform analysis (e.g., level of repair analysis, maintenance analysis, etc.).
The contractor shall review and provide comments to deliverables from the material development contract (e.g., system developer progress status and management reports, Failure Report and Corrective Action (FRACA), Hazardous Materials Management Plan (HMMP) report, test reports, logistics information summaries, provisioning technical data, Manpower and Personnel Integration (MANPRINT), technical manual validation reports, technical manuals training support packages, corrosion prevention and control plans, Engineering Change Proposals (ECP), Materiel Fielding Plans (MFP), Human Systems Integration (HSI) documentation, etc.)
The contractor shall provide a consolidated logistics schedule, to include a schedule for each program within a given portfolio, and update the schedule on a monthly basis.
The contractor shall plan, coordinate, and execute formal manual validation and verification events for each program as required based on schedule and established milestones.
The contractor shall participate and provide input to program functional milestone decisions, Integrated Product Teams (IPT), In-Process Reviews (IPR), and required program updates for the material development contract.
The contractor shall provide logistics input into program documentation (e.g., Life Cycle Cost Estimate (LCCE), Life Cycle Management Plan (LCMP), Test and Evaluation Master Plan (TEMP), Systems Engineering Plan (SEP), etc.)
The contractor shall provide logistics requirements for the assigned program’s Requirements Traceability Matrix RTM and Risk Management Plan (RMP), updating the documents as necessary.
The contractor shall develop, update, and maintain program strategies and plans (e.g., supportability strategies, Life Cycle Management Plan (LCSP), New Equipment Training (NET) plans, training plans, Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages (DMSMS) and obsolescence plans, etc.) for all programs
The contractor shall provide logistics requirements for Request for Information (RFI) and Request for Proposal (RFP).
The contractor shall analyze logistics processes to determine which processes require change and how that change can be affected by the application of emerging technology.
The contractor shall provide recommendations about logistical issues to leadership.
The contractor shall manage the drafting and staffing of logistics documentation for the Joint Project Manager (JPM) and United States Air Force (USAF).
The contractor shall develop, establish, implement, and maintain plans, schedules, controls, instructions, and procedures.
The contractor shall generate progress reports and other logistics tracking information related to programs.
The contractor shall ensure that the program abides by good logistics practices as the program
proceeds through its acquisition life cycle.
The contractor shall plan, manage, coordinate, monitor, and ensure that logistics issues and
concerns are appropriately and adequately addressed:
The contractor shall identify and manage logistics engineering risks and issues.
The contractor shall plan and execute logistics support element strategy and activities.
The contractor shall develop/update and execute the LCSP.
The contractor shall ensure program compliance with logistics regulations and policies.
The contractor shall prepare/maintain logistics documentation.
The contractor shall provide Configuration Control Board (CCB) input.
The contractor shall support design/program reviews.
The contractor shall ensure logistics are considered in requirements, design, integration, and T&E events.
The contractor shall examine, monitor, review, and evaluate recurring logistics element issues for corrective action and team member responsibilities.
The contractor shall represent and coordinate issues with respective component/organization.
The contractor shall actively participate in ILS meetings scope/boundaries of IPT responsibilities.
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