Performance Based Logistics 2010 (PBL 2010)

Venue: Marriott Crystal Gateway

Location: Arlington, Virginia, United States

Event Date/Time: Jul 26, 2010 End Date/Time: Jul 28, 2010
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"Performance Based Logistics 2010 is a leading military logistics conference and will help you to uncover the issues and challenges in implementing the Weapons System Acquisition Reform Act. Get the details about product support and how you can achieve and maintain the materiel readiness and operational capability of your weapons systems, subsystems, software, and support systems through an improved PBL process.

Join over 250 logisticians, industry partners and DoD leaders at the PBL Conference to gain tactical examples of PBL implementation strategies at the component, sub-system and system levels.
You’ll discuss and address the following challenges:
-How to better understand the new PSAT report and the new Product Support Business Model -– its intent and implementation of the policy
-With continued global deployments in Iraq and Afghanistan, availability and reliability of weapons systems is even more critical. How do you best forecast and meet systems performance goals to support the changing needs of the warfighter?
-With the reissue of the DODI 5000.02 – the first major change in the DoD Acquisition Management System in over 5 years, find out how your peers and colleagues are doing with the adoption and implementation of the new guidelines in acquisition and program management
-Untangle the confusion in developing a supportability strategy and putting together the Business Case Analysis (BCA). Learn about best practices for the BCA and for entering into a PBL relationship
-Establish a Total Ownership Cost (TOC) to encourage contractors to make strategic investments in supply chain processes, product reliability and sustainability that will optimize the overall costs
-Address human capital needs and identify new competencies to support PBL next generation - Lifecycle Product Support. Secure your place at the PBL Conference Register online or call 646-200-7530.


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