Contact DTB for assistance in the logistical support of your product lifecycle.
Logistics really means the integration of services and technologies to support a product throughout its effective lifecycle. This support often incurs additional benefits, such as the extension of the product life and added efficiency in the supply chain.
Logistics Management Information begins with understanding what our customer needs. DTB has a long, successful history of performing in-depth analysis that yields the development of a best-fit, cost-effective framework to answer your needs.
DTB’s extensive data management and integration capabilities can change the way your process flows — from start to results.
For military programs, Dayton T. Brown produces provisioning data as specified in the Logistic Management Information (LMI) data selection matrix. We generate all required provisioning technical data, including Provisioning Parts List (PPL), Long Lead Items List (LLIL), and Interim Support Items List (ISIL) which are delivered electronically to procuring agencies. Our parts specialists are experts at meeting the requirements of Uniform DoD Requirements for Provisioning Technical Documentation (MIL-STD-1552A), DoD Requirements for a Logistic Support Analysis Record (MIL-STD-1388-2A and -2B), and Performance Specification Logistic Management Information (MIL-PRF-49506).
DTB’s logisticians are experienced in the preparation of Logistics Management Information (LMI) in accordance with all government standards, including DoD Requirements for a Logistic Support Analysis Record (MIL-STD 1388 2A and 2B), and Performance Specification Logistic Management Information (MIL-PRF-49506).
Development of a comprehensive Logistics Support Plan based upon a detailed analysis of engineering design data is essential to establishing the most cost effective approach to ensuring optimum system or mission availability.
Our logisticians will work in concert with your engineering design team to influence system design based on operational and support considerations. We can also provide support at contractual design review meetings – SRR, PDR, CDR, etc. (SRR – System Requirements Review | PDR – Preliminary Design Review | CDR – Critical Design Review).