U.S. Army Logistics Modernization Program

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Very excited to share LTC(P) Michael N. Parent's article in Defense News...."Follow the LMP Road"
06/26/2018
U.S. Army PEO EIS

Very excited to share LTC(P) Michael N. Parent's article in Defense News...."Follow the LMP Road"

Product Manager LTC (Promotable) Michael Parent authored a commentary on the Logistics Modernization Program's (LMP) road to sustainment for Defense News. The LMP is an example of a successful ERP system, from development to deployment to sustainment.
#PEOEIS #LMP #LogisticsModernizationProgram #ERPs #ArmyLogistics #USArmy U.S. Army Logistics Modernization Program Defense News USAMC

U.S. Army PEO EIS
03/28/2018
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U.S. Army PEO EIS

Army Undersecretary Ryan McCarthy talks about Army Futures Command (AFC) and other top modernization priorities #AUSAGlobal #ArmyFutures #Modernization #USArmy

Congratulations to LMP's Lisa DaPonte for being named an Army Materiel Command Louis Dellamonica Award Recipienthttps://...
11/14/2017
LMP's Lisa DaPonte Named 2016 Army Materiel Command Louis Dellamonica Award Recipient

Congratulations to LMP's Lisa DaPonte for being named an Army Materiel Command Louis Dellamonica Award Recipient

https://www.army.mil/article/196844/lmps_lisa_daponte_named_2016_army_materiel_command_louis_dellamonica_award_recipient

In August 2017, the Army Materiel Command (AMC) named Ms. Lisa DaPonte, Logistics Modernization Program (LMP) Functional Integration Branch Lead, as one of its 2016 Louis Dellamonica Award recipients for Outstanding Personnel of the Year. The Louis Dellamonica Award recognizes outstanding accomplish...

U.S. Army PEO EIS
04/19/2017
U.S. Army PEO EIS

U.S. Army PEO EIS

LMP, GFEBS and IPPS-A are all featured in LTG Cardon's comments.

01/20/2017

Read about LMP and other investments at Crane Army Ammunition Activity...

Investment keeps ammunition activity moving forward

* By Matt Craig A Crane voice

Crane Army Ammunition Activity is the stalwart at Naval Support Activity Crane. Long before the creation of Radius Indiana, the economic development partnership working to expand, retain and attract business in southern Indiana, Crane was providing jobs and growing the economy in our region. When Crane was commissioned in 1941, its original directive was to serve as
an ammunition production facility and depot - manufacturing, storing and repairing ammunition to the front lines during World War II.

Seventy-five years later, this vital function continues at Crane Army
Ammunition Activity, and the Activity is evolving to meet the needs of today's warfighters. The sophistication of current operations is yet another example of the advanced manufacturing capabilities we are known for in the Radius Indiana region. Technology has advanced, and we are witnessing the Activity keeping pace with other manufacturing facilities in our region.

The Activity employs more than 800 ordnance production, logistic and transportation experts and includes more than 200 production buildings and 1,800 ammunition storage buildings. In 2016, Crane Army Ammunition Activity invested $6 million in equipment and more than $16 million in facility improvements.

Part of the investment comes through Crane Army Ammunition Activity's active participating in the Army's Logistics Modernization Program, which is the Army's core initiative to replace the largest, most important national-level logistics systems. The supply chain, maintenance, repair and execution solution adds a wide variety of capabilities ranging from shop floor automation to reducing data entry time, and improving visibility of material receipt and shipment performance metrics. Equipment upgrades have also been
a large part of the improvements realized through the modernization program.

In the past year, Crane Army Ammunition Activity invested nearly $500,000 in advanced manufacturing pieces including an AKS Water Jet and Hurco Vertical Machining Center. These high-tech machines give the Activity enhanced capabilities in metal fabrication and show the Activity's commitment to
providing the best service to Army missions worldwide.

Crane Army Ammunition Activity's quality control testing facility,
originally built in 1945, has also undergone a total transformation.
Completed in summer 2016, renovations focused not only on operations needed for missions support but improved working conditions. The $3.3 million in upgrades included redesigning facility layout, lightning protection systems, energy improvements, and office and break room renovations for a quality work environment. The building, once deemed as one of the worst in the
entire Army, is now an advanced facility that is safer for equipment and operations and a dramatically better workspace for employees.

Radius Indiana applauds Crane Army Ammunition Activity's continued investment in its operations, facilities and workforce as it perpetuates its legacy of excellence in serving or nation and providing economic vitality for our region.

Matt Craig is director of Crane Community Support for Radius Indiana.

U.S. Secretary of Defense
12/30/2016
U.S. Secretary of Defense

U.S. Secretary of Defense

2016 was another busy year for the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD). From the fight to deliver ISIL a lasting defeat, to our ongoing mission to build a brighter future in Afghanistan, to standing strong in the Asia Pacific and in Europe, to our rescue efforts during Hurricane Matthew, the men and women of the U.S. military and our civilian workforce stepped up around the world as they always do. There's still more to come in 2017, but for now take a peek at our end of year web special for a look back on all that we have accomplished in 2016.

Watch LMP PdM LTC Rob Williams on WJLA Washington DC Government Matters TV show talking Increment 2 and Army Readiness!h...
10/03/2016
LMP Featured on WJLA Government Matters TV

Watch LMP PdM LTC Rob Williams on WJLA Washington DC Government Matters TV show talking Increment 2 and Army Readiness!

https://www.army.mil/article/176064/lmp_featured_on_wjla_government_matters_tv

Francis Rose, broadcaster for WJLA and News Channel 8 program Government Matters, interviewed LTC Rob Williams, Product Manager, Logistics Modernization Program, on 29 September 2016. The interview focused on the recent LMP Increment 2 full fielding and Full Deployment declaration. LTC Williams also...

Check out more news about the LMP Increment 2! This time from WAAY TV in Huntsville, AL. http://www.waaytv.com/redstone_...
08/02/2016
AMC finalizes automation; could save billions

Check out more news about the LMP Increment 2!

This time from WAAY TV in Huntsville, AL.

http://www.waaytv.com/redstone_alabama/amc-finalizes-automation-could-save-billions/article_0a57519a-55b1-11e6-ad02-e754e648364f.html?utm_medium=social&utm_source=email&utm_campaign=user-share

For the past fifteen years the United States Army Materiel Command has been taking lessons learned from the commercial industry and applying them to their supply chain management. It’s called

Listen to LTC Rob Williams, LMP Product Manager, and AMC's Josh Call on Fed News Radio's "On DoD" with Jared Serbu talki...
07/27/2016
Army says logistics IT system has saved at least $6 billion

Listen to LTC Rob Williams, LMP Product Manager, and AMC's Josh Call on Fed News Radio's "On DoD" with Jared Serbu talking about LMP, Increment 2, and Army readiness!

http://federalnewsradio.com/dod-reporters-notebook-jared-serbu/2016/07/army-says-logistics-system-saved-least-6-billion/

The Army Logistics Maintenance Program eliminated $2 billion in costs for old systems maintenance and cut $4 billion in “spare” parts the Army doesn't need.

Air Force Lt. Gen. Lee Levy II, commanding general of the Air Force Materiel Command’s Air Force Sustainment Center, rec...
06/30/2016
Air Force logistics leader visits AMC

Air Force Lt. Gen. Lee Levy II, commanding general of the Air Force Materiel Command’s Air Force Sustainment Center, recently visited AMC and talked about possible future opportunities with AMC, including LMP.

http://www.theredstonerocket.com/military_scene/article_890c2ee6-3dfd-11e6-9890-1f5b93a5b7d7.html

The Army Materiel Command hosted Air Force Lt. Gen. Lee Levy II, commanding general of the Air Force Materiel Command’s Air Force Sustainment Center, for an overview on AMC’s global mission and role in supporting readiness, June 22.

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