Project Announcement: Next Generation Logistics Technologies for Sustainment

The US Marine Corps is partnering with industry and academia on an initiative to develop a multi-faceted strategy for employing innovative technology and novel operating procedures that will ensure the success of logistics and sustainment activities in an organization’s supply chain. This strategy will be wide-ranging and encompass multiple scenarios that Marines could encounter during […]

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Project Announcement: Advanced Braking and Suspension Systems to Improve Reliability and Reduce Maintenance – Phase III

The US Army is partnering with industry and academia on a multi-phase CTMA initiative to modify a commercial-off-the-shelf advanced braking and suspension system to allow for integration onto a legacy military vehicle to demonstrate improved reliability, readiness, and safety and reduce maintenance and sustainment costs. This phase expands the lessons learned in previous phases and […]

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Project Announcement: Maturing Data Solutions (MDS) to Improve Maintenance and Sustainment

The US Navy is partnering with industry and academia on an initiative to take a Mature Data Solutions (MDS) approach to improve maintenance and sustainment operations. The objective of this project is to focus on “micro” requirements—including data quality, cleanliness, and availability—by building upon existing architectures to operationalize the art of enhancing/preserving data integrity. The […]

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Project Announcement: Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning to Improve Supply Chain Management

The US Marine Corps is partnering with industry and academia on an initiative to develop the strategy and prototype software for a maintenance organization’s use of artificial intelligence / machine learning, with advanced mathematical algorithms in supply chain management that will increase parts availability and reduce customer wait time. Its goal will be to provide […]

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Project Announcement: Confined Spaces Monitoring for Operations Safety and Efficiency – Phase III

The US Navy is partnering with industry and academia on a multi-phase CTMA initiative to test, optimize, and validate a Navy Confined Spaces Monitoring System (CSMS) for insertion into confined space working environments within shipyards, primarily relating to conducting maintenance and sustainment activities. This phase will leverage the successes during the initial phases to enable […]

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