The US Department of Defense is partnering with industry and academia on a multiphase CTMA initiative to demonstrate how applied performance-based logistics strategies, data supply chain analytics and/or highly functional and agile supplier operations can provide effective management solutions for primary, secondary and agency acquisition commands within the Department of Defense. The overall objective will be to identify data sectors to lower supply chain costs, while simultaneously developing capabilities and processes for improving performance metric data for supply chain products.
Phases I through III of this initiative are currently underway. Phase IV will expand on work initiated and accomplished during Phases I-III and additionally include:
- Continued evaluation and inventory of existing process documents and libraries for the purpose of determining process gaps, undocumented processes, and required updates.
- Continued research, development, and documentation of applicable supplier operations processes.
- Continued intra-agency coordination as necessary with appropriate personnel to develop comprehensive Local Operating Procedures (LOP)/job aides.
- Continued development of processes and procedures to assist vendors with supply operations.
- Continued coordination with appropriate personnel to develop and maintain a library/website to house processes and information pertinent to government vendors.
- Recommendations on process improvements and efficiencies that include, but are not limited to, the reduction in time, increased directorate/personnel performance, and/or audit compliance.
- Continued data analysis of data sources supporting supplier operations.
- Continued development of dashboards to facilitate efficient decision making.
If you feel your organization has the technical capabilities and would like to be considered for this project, please complete the form below and upload your organization’s technical capabilities statement.
Interested Submissions Due by 12/5/2023.
We encourage participation of Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBEs), including Minority Business Enterprises (MBEs) and Women’s Business Enterprises (WBEs).