3 August 2001
CURRICULUM OUTLINE OF INSTRUCTION
Lesson Topic 3.4:
Integrated Logistics Support
Lecture with handouts
Partially supported by this lesson topic:
Upon completion of this unit of instruction, the student
will demonstrate knowledge of the skills required to
effectively work in the DOD acquisition program arena,
including familiarity with requirements generation,
policies and procedures, management, and planning,
programming, and budgeting.
Completely supported by this lesson topic:
Define Integrated Logistics Support (ILS).
List the ten major elements of ILS.
Identify the office responsible for defense related
acquisitions and is the Program Decision Authority,
unless he has delegated that authority to a lower level.
State which two offices are responsible for conducting
Mission Area Analyses (MAA) and related studies,
identifying operational needs, and defining the
operational requirements to meet those needs.
Define an ACAT I program.
State which SECNAV publication provides policy,
procedures, responsibilities and actions for the
determination of design, development, acquisition, and
life-cycle management of ILS for all Naval weapons
systems and equipment.
Identify the two MIL-STDs which provide direction for
conducting a Logistics Support Analysis.