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LMI to Continue Providing AFMC With Logistics, Supply Chain Management Support

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LMI to Continue Providing AFMC With Logistics, Supply Chain Management Support

LMI has been awarded an $18M contract to continue supporting the Air Force Materiel Command’s supply chain architecture and processes within the Air Force Sustainment Center.

Under the terms of the five-year contract, the AFMC will have access to administrative, professional and technical support such as air logistics complexes, LMI said Wednesday.

“The ability of LMI to provide subject matter experts with decades of experience will not only furnish innovative solutions (Peak and Next Gen); it will enable us to help the Air Force effectively manage its logistics and personnel needs,” said Robert Lech, LMI’s vice president for the defense market and a Potomac Officers Club member.

The Peak Policy and Next Generation Inventory Models are LMI’s tools designed to help manage infrequent demand or frequent highly variable demand in an inventory.

The AFSC also requires readiness-based sparing tools such as the Air Craft Sustainability Model, which is a method for developing spares requirements to support high-technology systems. LMI said the method has become widely used around the world in computing spares requirements.

LMI said it will use its extensive experience in supply chain and logistics to provide the Air Force with a unique perspective in the advanced analysis of the service’s supply chain operations.

LMI will also help the Air Force with its transformation to an enterprise logistics system through the service’s Enterprise Supply Chain Analysis Planning and Execution program.

The company said that it has previously helped the AFSC realize costs savings of more than $38M and a 15 percent efficiency increase.

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