CECOM ILSC Employs Two-Pronged Approach of Telemaintenance and Value Engineering

To stay agile and resilient when it comes to its mission of supporting and sustaining the Warfighter in the field, the CECOM Integrated Logistics Support Center (ILSC) has embraced the concepts of telemaintenance and value engineering. Read the full story >>>

“Why I ILSC” – WSM OMA GURU Carolyn Showers

Very few individuals have so finely honed their craft that they are considered a “Guru”, a master or expert of certain knowledge in their field, but Logistics Management Specialist (LMS) Ms. Carolyn Showers has reached this pinnacle. Read the full story >>>

“Why I ILSC” – Inventory Distribution Chief Chris Mounayer

The Integrated Logistics Support Center prides itself on being a cohesive team, with many talented individuals all coming together to achieve our shared mission in support of the Warfighter. Read the full story >>>

BUILDING A SUSTAINABLE WORKFORCE AT THE PUBLICATION SERVICES DIVISION

It is hardly a secret that training and development are key elements of the Publication Services Division’s (PSD) Center of Excellence strategy. The PSD, which is part of the Logistics and Technical Support Directorate (LTSD), is comprised of five branches that offer an array of services, with the mission of training and development falling under the Technical Publications and Data Management (TDPM) Branch’s Education Development Group.

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LTSD PUTS ON A SHOW FOR THE ILSC WORKFORCE

The ILSC Logistics and Technical Support Directorate (LTSD) took center stage on Wednesday 30 August, as they put on their latest symposium for the workforce at the Mallette Training Facility. The intent behind this symposium, and others in LTSD’s planned series of them, is to demonstrate what the directorate does for the Warfighter, both directly and in collaboration with its teammates and business partners.

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Mental Health Awareness Day

On 31 May 2023, CECOM Integrated Logistics Support Center (ILSC) hosted its 2nd annual Mental Health Awareness Day at Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG). In light of the fact that mental health conditions affect nearly one in five adults in the United States and are closely tied to issues such as substance abuse and suicide attempts, this event was a timely way to raise awareness among the APG workforce about the significant role that mental health plays in the overall wellbeing of individuals.

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FMS Industry Day

Once again, CECOM Security Assistance Management Directorate (SAMD) was able to generate a spirit of collaboration within the Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG) community. On 21 and 22 March 2023, SAMD, in coordination with Army Contracting Command-Aberdeen Proving Ground (ACC-APG) and Office of Small Business Programs-Aberdeen Proving Ground (OSBP-APG), held their 3rd annual Foreign Military Sales (FMS) Industry Day, a tentpole event comprising two days that fosters an opportunity to support Security Cooperation and Security Assistance objectives by developing commercial markets and Defense Industrial Bases throughout the world. Under the FMS program, customers can depend on integrity and the standards set by the Department of Defense (DoD).

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Logistics and Technical Support Directorate’s Newest Division — Logistics Data Division

On 1 February 2023, the Logistics and Technical Support Directorate (LTSD) held a Meet and Greet breakfast at the Mallette Training Facility (Building 6008) to recognize the members of its newest division — the Logistics Data Division (LDD). LTSD Associate Director, Mr. Abel Salgado, addressed the workforce during the program.

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SUPPLY CHAIN OPTIMIZATION (SCO) AND ITS VITAL IMPACT

A hot topic on Integrated Logistics Support Center (ILSC) employees’ minds has been the Supply Chain Optimization (SCO) effort, as its impact has been felt at every level. SCO marked a notable shift in the way that Army Materiel Command (AMC) is viewing topics like technical depth, accountability, and developmental opportunities. This implementation and transition, like anything truly worthwhile relating to workplace agility, will take some time and a level of committed buy-in from all involved.

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