Supply Chain/Performance-Based Logistics Task Group
DEFENSE BUSINESS BOARD WASHINGTON DC
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This DBB Task Group was formed to support efforts by the Department of Defense DoD as expressed in the Quadrennial Defense review to compress the supply chain and improve readiness for major weapon systems and commodities. Specifically, the Task Group was asked to describe private sector best practices used in managing supply chain partnering relationships and propose recommendations on how to apply such practices to the supply chain processes used by DoD. This report represents the findings and the advice of the Defense Business Practice Implementation Board DBB on this topic. The Terms of Reference TOR assigning this task to the Board proscribed the following specific deliverables 1 Describe key success factors that produce a highly effective supply chain partnering relationship in the private sector. Description should briefly describe how the services are contracted, managed, and what constitutes best-in-class processes 2 Outline a processplan to apply key success factors to the DoD supplychain partnering initiative 3 Identify the significant change management initiatives required 4 Identify the biggest risk factors associated with implementation of the success factors and recommendations on how DoD can mitigate them.
- Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies