Connected Logistics developed the Master Plan, Integrating Concepts and Evaluation Criteria for Logistics Innovation Agency's LogIC demonstration conducted at Ft Dix as part of the Army's Network Integration Evaluation. By demonstrating current technologies that simplify Soldier labor, secure Army data and speed supplies on the battlefield, LIA was able to shape the Army's investment strategy in proven logistics technology for the most recent POM.
As one of the most complex Integrated Master Schedules in the Army, Connected Logistics is enabling PM P2E to document and synchronize a dozen acquisition programs over 100,000 resource and process elements which describe the Army Processing Center and Afghan Mission Network missions. Starting from scratch, we built a highly detailed IMS that enabled the PM to place over $1B on contract in a synchronized and integrated process.
Connected Logistics and our teammates supported the establishment of the Army Materiel Command’s Distribution Management Center, who's mission is to get gear where forces need it. Our support operators assisted the Sustainment Command in time-critical materiel and distribution management, ensuring that billions in Army gear and supplies are ready and available for deploying forces.
Connected Logistics and our teammates are assisting DLA in a wide variety of research areas that deliver process and system improvements across defense logistics.
When faced with poor asset visibility leading up to the liberation of Iraq, Connected Logistics experts designed and integrated the Joint Common Operating Picture (COP) for sustainment and distribution in less than six weeks. This process fuses sustainment, asset, distribution and unit data into a GIS enabled Business Intelligence system which became the foundation of the BCS3 program of record and continues to support Joint Logistics around the globe.
Connected Logistics experts designed, resourced, delivered and managed seven physical and logical networks that enabled Joint forces to establish and operate during Operations Enduring and Iraqi Freedom. From zero forces on the ground to a fully matured Theater of Operations, our designs continue to sustain the force and are the technical enablers of our modernized and modular Army force.
When the Army has needed to track supplies and gear, Connected Logistics experts designed and managed the installation plus operation of the largest deployed Radio Frequency Identification networks in the world. Our expertise in distribution planning and asset visibility has delivered gear to our troops in every conflict for the past 12 years.
Connected Logistics assisted the PM for Defense Wide Transmission Systems in evaluating the security and business system impacts of the CAISI 2.0 wireless network which forms the largest deployable business network in the world. By implementing protocols and processes recommended by our team, Army users now connect without disruption in an appropriately secured network enclave that processes over $24B in Army business per year.