Air Force print news (Jan. 30, 2006): Army revises Integrated Logistics Support regulation.
The Army has published a major revision to AR 700-127, Integrated Logistics Support A composite of all the support considerations necessary to assure the effective and economical support of a system for its life cycle. It is an integral part of all other aspects of system acquisition and operation. Also called ILS. , effective Jan. 19, 2006. This major revision:
* Eliminates the Acquisition Management Milestone “Milemarker” redirects here. For the American indie rock band, see Milemarker (band).
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* Eliminates integrated logistics support lessons learned
* Adds concept of total life cycle systems management
* Adds Army policy on performance-based logistics
* Adds responsibilities where the deputy assistant secretary of the Army (Integrated Logistics Support) is the Army acquisition logistician lo·gis·tic also lo·gis·ti·cal
1. Of or relating to symbolic logic.
2. Of or relating to logistics.
[Medieval Latin logisticus, of calculation
* Changes integrated logistics support plan to supportability strategy
* Adds policy on integrated logistics support after fielding.
* Revises policy for contractor support.
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