Military Logistics Program
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Mission and Research Streams
The Military Logistics Program, directed by Kenneth J. Girardini, conducts analyses to help the Army improve support to operational forces, enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of its business processes, and optimize the industrial base and support infrastructure.
The Military Logistics Program sustains research streams in four policy domains:
- Supply chain management
- Fleet management and modernization
- Logistics force development
- Infrastructure managementM
In all these domains, Arroyo draws on extensive research capital to provide timely short-term analytical assistance to senior decisionmakers on urgent logistics issues.
Sponsors of Military Logistics Research
Each study in the Military Logistics Program is sponsored by a senior Army logistician. The table below lists the military and civilian leadership that sponsored one or more studies in the program in FY11. Occasionally a study is jointly sponsored by two or more leaders.
The Army G-4, the Army Materiel Command, and the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics and Technology (ASA[ALT]) are the most frequent sponsors of studies in the Military Logistics Program. Other frequent sponsors include the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, the U.S. Army Special Operations Command, the Army Medical Research and Materiel Command, and the Deputy Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management.
Sponsors of FY11 Studies in Military Logistics