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Defense Logistics Agency Selects decision/analysis partners LLC for Model Base Enterprise (MBE) Research and Development Project

DLA/DLIS looks to improve its ability to contract for technical data packages under MBE environments to increase product life cycle value.

FAIRFAX, Va. Jan. 18, 2011

The DLA project, entitled "Contracting for Technical Data within Model Base Enterprise, Charter 2" will focus on assessing the success of the Department of Defense acquisition community in its processes forward into the MBE/PLM environment, specifically in the area of contracting for technical data packages (TDPs). decision/analysis partners will survey current evolving methods for contracting TDPs to:

  • Baseline current TDP acquisition practices for DoD programs that are required to use MBE/PLM environments through a multi-service survey
  • Assess the specification of logistics product data to be generated in MBE/PLM environments, correlated to the success of the resultant delivery of LPD
  • Assess the qualifications and training of the contracting personnel responsible for the specification of LPD from MBE/PLM environments
  • Recommend training for contracting personnel to achieve greater clarity and success in specifying LPD support from MBE/PLM environments
  • Provide source information to support a Cost Benefit Analysis for DoD use of digital data extracted from MBE/PLM environments to support DLA and Service logistics

d/ap was awarded a position on a DLA Technical Council, along with four major defense contractors, as a result of its proposal to support a Defense Logistics Agency Logistics Information Service broad agency announcement (BAA) for research and development. This award is for the second task issued under that BAA.

Richard De Santis

About decision/analysis partners LLC

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Contact:  Amanda Conlon

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