Logistics Readiness Needs Analysis.
MILITARY ACADEMY WEST POINT NY OPERATIONS RESEARCH CENTER
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The following reports document the detailed needs analysis for a proposed Logistics Readiness Reporting System performed by the Department of Systems Engineerings Operations Research Center ORCEN at the U.S. Military Academy during academic year 1997-1998. The report is organized as follows. The first section gives an introduction to the problem including the initial problem statement and applicable references. The second section gives a brief background, lists key stakeholders and their needs, along with objective systems assumptions. This section concludes with a statement of the effective need for the objective Logistics Readiness Reporting Systems. The third section of the report details the development of a potential framework for a Logistics Readiness Reporting System. This section documents the objective hierarchy for a proposed Logistics Readiness Reporting System. This framework can be used as the basis for generating momentum for the development of the steering committee and working groups necessary to progress toward a Department of the Army Logistics Readiness Reporting Systems. The final section gives a list of tasks and research next required to further develop this proposed system into a useful, relevant system.
- Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies