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Curriculum Review LOG 200 Intermediate Acquisition Logistics Presented to the Life Cycle Logistics (LCL) Functional Integrated Product Team (FIPT) Presented by T. B. Johnson, CSCP Performance Learning Director, Acquisition Logistics Defense Acquisition University.

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Curriculum Review LOG 200 Intermediate AcquisitionLogisticsPresented to theLife Cycle Logistics (LCL) Functional Integrated Product Team (FIPT)Presented byT. B. Johnson, CSCPPerformance Learning Director, Acquisition LogisticsDefense Acquisition University

lcl competency dau curriculum crosswalk
LCL Competency – DAU Curriculum Crosswalk

Legend:

  • Principal course that addresses the competency Deployed course/significant upgrade in progress
  • Courses where the competency is a major learning point New course in development/planning

Addressed, but not major learning point

discussion topics
Discussion Topics
  • Course Background
  • Key Personnel
  • Updated Course Content
  • Graduate Throughput / Metrics That Matter (MTM)
  • Course Structure and Format
  • Current Status
  • PLD Assessment
  • Questions & Answers
log 200 course description
LOG 200 Course Description
  • LOG 200 “provides a dynamic real-time learning environment oriented toward developing managerial and technical logistics competencies of the life cycle logistician. Special emphasis…in the areas of regulatory environment; oversight and review; management processes; technical activities; and the DoD PPBE.” –DAU iCatalog
  • New version (v. 6) fielded 5 April 2010 (previous version fielded in September 2008)
    • Contains 6 lessons, estimated at 22 hours to complete
  • “No Reset” test version (v. 7) deployed 19 July 2010
    • No content change from Version 6

LOG 200 was formerly designated LOG 201A

key personnel
Key Personnel
  • Key Personnel
    • Course Manager
      • Dean Newman, DAU Mid-Atlantic (Pax River)
    • LCIC Performance Learning Director
      • Terry Johnson
    • Course Manager Regional Representatives
      • Capital and Northeast: Brian Yoo
      • West: Andre Murphy
      • Midwest: Ed Eden
      • South: Hal Ernest
    • LCIC Instructional Systems Design
      • James McDaniel
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LOG 200 Metrics & Demographics

5.89

5.82

5.82

5.92

5.56

5.60

5.66

5.74

5.53

5.83

5.64

5.84

*As of 5 April 2011

log 200 v7 graduation rates under no reset
LOG 200(V7) Graduation RatesUnder “No Reset”
  • 5 Sections open, 228 students currently enrolled (as of 5 April)
  • 795 successful completions as of 5 April
  • “No Reset” implemented 19 July 2010 with Version 7
    • Current successful completion rate is 81%
      • Failure Rate is 15%
      • Drop Rate is 4%
  • Average Time to Complete declined from Version 6 to Version 7
    • Version 5: 32.16 days
    • Version 6: 36.44 days
    • Version 7: 26.91 days
structure format
Structure & Format
  • LOG 200 has 6 modules:
    • Module 1: Define Supportability Objectives
    • Module 2: Evaluate Product Support Capabilities
    • Module 3: Develop Initial Product Support Strategy
    • Module 4: Product Support Plan
    • Module 5: Demonstrate Product Support Capability
    • Module 6: Cost Estimating / Planning, Programming, Budgeting and Execution System (PPBE)
  • Lessons within each module (except Module 6):
    • Regulatory Environment
    • Oversight and Review
    • Management Processes
    • Technical Activities
    • Metrics
module one
Module One

1.

Define Supportability Objectives

  • TLOs:
  • Identify the key policies, regulations, and guidance that influence
  • the definition of supportability objectives and how they apply to the
  • life cycle logistician
  • Differentiate between the roles of the program manager’s office and other
  • organizations and/or groups in the process of defining supportability objectives
  • Identify the LCL’s role in the Joint Capabilities Integration and Development
  • System (JCIDS) process in developing support strategy goals and documentation
  • Identify the technical activities the Life Cycle Logistician will have to perform to
  • define the supportability objectives
  • Identify the various metrics that affect the definition of supportability objectives
  • and how they are used
module two
Module Two

2.

Evaluate Product Support Capabilities

  • TLOs:
  • Identify how the key policies, regulations, and guidance influence the evaluation of
  • product support capabilities
  • Differentiate between the roles of the program manager’s office and other
  • stakeholders in evaluating product support capabilities
  • Identify the LCL’s role in the management processes associated with evaluating
  • product support capabilities that include:
    • analysis of support alternatives
    • systems operational effectiveness (SOE)
    • market research
  • Identify the LCL’s role in the technical activities associated with evaluating product
  • support capabilities, including systems engineering, transitioning JCTDs, and ensuring
  • open systems/interoperability
  • Identify life cycle sustainment metrics that will be used in the evaluation of product
  • support capabilities
module three
Module Three

3.

Develop Initial Product Support Strategy

  • TLOs:
  • Identify the key policies, regulations, and guidance that influence the development of
  • product support strategy, and how they apply
  • Differentiate between the roles of the program manager’s office and/or groups in
  • developing the initial product support strategy
  • Identify the LCL’s role in the management processes associated with developing the initial
  • product support strategy, to include:
    • Preparing or assessing logistics requirements in the Capability Development Document
    • (CDD)
    • Defining logistics test points in the TEMP
    • Integrating the initial product support strategy with the acquisition strategy
  • Identify the LCL’s role in the technical activities associated with developing initial product
  • support strategies, to include: using modeling and simulation to reduce technology risk
  • and increasing reliability and maintainability
  • Identify life cycle metrics and how they are used during the Technology Development Phase
module four
Module Four

4.

Product Support Plan

  • TLOs:
  • Identify the key policies, regulations, and guidance that influence the creation of a Life Cycle
  • Sustainment Plan (LCSP), and how they apply to the Life Cycle Logistician
  • Differentiate between the roles of the program manager, LCL and other individuals and/or
  • organizations in creating a LCSP
  • Identify the LCL’s role in the management processes associated with developing a LCSP
  • Identify the LCL’s role in the technical activities associated with developing a LCSP, including
  • the Sustainment Implementation Plan
  • Identify the metrics considerations that guide the process of defining the metrics used in
  • the Life Cycle Sustainment Plan
module five
Module Five

5.

Demonstrate Product Support Capability

  • TLOs:
  • Identify the key policies, regulations, and guidance that influence the demonstration of
  • planned product support capability
  • Differentiate between the roles of the program manager (PM), life cycle logistician (LCL) and
  • other individuals and/or organizations in the process of demonstrating product support
  • capabilities
  • Identify the management processes the life cycle logistician (LCL) uses when demonstrating
  • product support capability, including fully defining/refining the product support strategy and
  • refining logistics test points in the Test and Evaluation Master Plan
  • Identify the technical activities associated with demonstrating product support capability,
  • including collecting and evaluating system performance, cost and maintenance data to
  • determine the need for changes to system configuration; and demonstrating acceptable
  • interoperability and operational supportability
  • Identify the kinds of metrics that are defined and used during demonstration of planned
  • product support capabilities
module six
Module Six

6.

Cost Estimating/PPBE

  • TLOs:
  • Identify the techniques available to the Life Cycle Logistician (LCL) in cost estimating for logistics
  • funding requirements
  • Recognize the PPBE process as the source of financial resources for the LCL and the importance
  • of PPBE in every phase of a project life cycle
  • Describe the Planning Phase of PPBE
  • Describe the Programming Phase of PPBE
  • Describe the Budgeting Phase of PPBE
  • Identify the kinds of PPBE issues an LCL may face with regards to budget funding
pld assessment
PLD Assessment
  • LOG 200 needs ongoing vigilance:
    • Covers a broad range of acquisition logistics competencies
    • Highly susceptible to changes in DoD policy
    • Increasing emphasis on activities early in the acquisition process, especially pre-Milestone A
  • Requires update in FY 11
    • Changes to reflect PPBE cycle changes
    • Increased emphasis on Affordability/Efficiency
    • Changes to reflect DTM 10-015
    • Changes to reflect new Integrated Product Support Elements (IPS Elements)
    • Pending JCIDS changes to Ownership Cost KSA
    • Ability to affect revisions impacted by CR/852 issues