MN4470 Strategic Planning and Policy for the Logistic Manager

The course explores and analyzes the concepts, processes and methods of strategic logistics planning and execution, emphasizing proactive techniques to ensure maximum logistics influence on major weapon systems acquisition as well as optimum life cycle management of fielded systems. The course will examine and analyze key opportunities for maximum logistics influence in requirements development, contracting, test and evaluation, reliability and maintainability, as well as financial management and communications. The course will feature logistics management relevance to service roles and missions. The course will employ lectures, guided discussions, case studies, role-playing, panel discussions and lessons learned in the DoD acquisition environment. This course offers DAU equivalencies. 

Prerequisite

GB4410 or consent of instructor

Lecture Hours

4

Lab Hours

0

Quarter Offered

  • As Required