Connected Logistics demonstrated through Defense Distribution Center Process Optimization Study how the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) can use vendor management, system design changes and modern warehouse techniques to save tens of millions in materiel handling costs across the Defense distribution network.
Connected Logistics developed the Value Realization Strategy for GCSS-Army, baselining the Army's current performance and gaining consensus on the measures and metrics to be used to evaluate the Army's Supply Chain performance under the GCSS-Army ERP.
Our experts prepared the AESIP draft Capabilities Production Document (CPD) which defines the production requirements for the largest Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) integration program on the planet.
Connected Logistics experts developed Army Logistics & Acquisition Domain Common Hosting Strategy which established the data center relationships and continuity of operations agreements for Army logistics and acquisition systems to share resources and improve system availability.
Support Army Training and Doctrine Command, the Army Logistics Automation Modularity Assessment determined the capability gaps and required automation enhancements necessary to support the largest reorganization of logistics in US history.
We developed the Army Logistics Business Intelligence and Logistics Warehousing Strategy which defined the ways and means for the Army to gain and maintain authoritative visibility of assets and materiel and dominate its logistics information.
The Army Logistics Domain Reduction Strategy evaluated excess and duplicative information investments and enabled the Army to eliminate hundreds of legacy and low value systems.
Connected Logistics expertise supported the Army Network Capability Review in 2003 which integrated lessons from combat operations into the LandWarNet design. Since then, we have worked alongside the Army in every subsequent network synchronization conference to ensure that network migrations continue to deliver the business effects our Army requires.
We assisted the CIO/G-6 and Army in developing the Army Strategy for Federated Interoperability Certification is wholly based on our concepts to test and certify enterprise systems across operational networks in a distributed manner, replicating real world conditions.
In our first prime contract, our Army Study of Logistics Command & Control Technology identifies 125 emerging processes and technologies that will impact Logistics decision support in this decade. Our analysis provides a prioritized roadmap of Army investments to gain the most supply chain uplift out of information technology investments.
Working with a Federally Funded Research and Development Corporation, the CAISI Wireless Waveform Study determined the appropriate commercial waveforms for the Army’s modernization of its business networks.
Supporting US Transportation Command, our DoD Cargo Management Capability Assessment identified options and determined that the Joint force could leverage the Cargo Movement Operations System to replace an expensive developmental effort and meet its cargo transportation requirements well ahead of schedule at very low cost.
Connected Logistics experts were hand selected to make an in-theater OIF/OEF Lean Logistics Assessment by Commanding Generals in Army Materiel Command and Multi National Force Iraq. Our analysis found the ways and means to reduce the logistics footprint in Iraq before the surge. With our recommendations fully embraced, the Army was able to maximize combat power while limiting risk to force sustainment.
Our experts assisted the Government in defining the strategy for acquiring the most complex Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) in the Federal Government. By providing exhaustive red-team assessments, we helped the Program get this complex award made without protest and delivered within cost, schedule and performance targets.