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Title: Applicability Analysis of Performance Based Logistics Implementation for US Army Stryker Armored Vehicle to Improve Turkish Army Weapon System Support
Authors: Gokhan Denizer
Keywords: Performance Based Logistics
Performance Based Contracting
Performance Based Acquisition
Maintenance and Support
Supply Chain Management
Life Cycle Logistics
Total Life Cycle System Management
Stryker Armored Vehicle
Turkish Army
Turkish Advanced Armored Combat Vehicle
Stryker Brigade Combat Team
Issue Date: 1-Jun-2007
Publisher: Acquisition Research Program
Citation: Published--Unlimited Distribution
Series/Report no.: Performance Based Logistics (PBL)
Abstract: This research examines the total life cycle logistics system and performance based logistics (PBL) implementation. This report looks into the application of Defense Acquisition University's 12-step PBL implementation model defined in Performance Based Logistics: A Program Manager's Product Support Guide(March 2005) for the Stryker Light Armored Vehicle (LAV) support. The research consists of a literature review of the Total Life Cycle System Management, Supply Chain Management concepts and performance based logistics. It is followed by a comparative analysis of PBL application between Stryker Light Armored Vehicle (LAV) Program and Turkish Army's advanced Armored Combat Vehicle (ACV) program support practices. This research provides recommendations to improve Turkish Army's weapon system support, and maintainability based on findings and introduces potentials through implementation of PBL practices for the Turkish Army.
Description: Acquisition Logistics / Graduate Student Research
Appears in Collections:NPS Graduate Student Theses & Reports

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