LIFE CYCLE LOGISTICS WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

Life Cycle Logistics (LCL) is defined as the planning, development, implementation, and management of a comprehensive, affordable, and effective systems support strategy that encompasses the entire system’s life cycle: acquisition (design, develop, test, produce and deploy), sustainment (operations and support), and disposal.
Life Cycle logisticians pursue two primary objectives: to see that weapon systems are designed, maintained, and modified to reduce the demand for logistics and to ensure effective and efficient product support. To successfully complete these objectives, they must have the right balance of training and experience. This is achieved, in part, through the LCL acquisition certification process:

Life Cycle Logistics Certification Requirements
LCL WORKFORCE RESOURCES BY COMPONENT/AGENCY/COMMAND

    Army

    Navy & Marine Corps

    Air Force (CAC enabled)

    4th Estate

    Defense Acquisition University (CAC enabled)

    Human Capital Initiatives

REFERENCES

10 US Code § 2337

10 USC 1706 Government Performance of Certain Acquisition Functions

10 USC § 1721 - Designation of acquisition positions

Life Cycle Logistics Functional Integrated Product Team (Members Only)

Life Cycle Logistics Career Field

PSM Guidebook (CAC Enabled)

Life Cycle Sustainment Plan (LCSP) Outline (CAC Enabled)

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