To maintain readiness and get better insights into its supply chain, Naval Supply Systems Command says it needs deeper relationships with its biggest vendors.
Naval Supply Systems Command says more communication with the service’s vendors will go a long way. NAVSUP’s Karen Fenstermacher explains.
For Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP), emphasizing readiness and lethality means making sure Navy maintainers have the parts they need, when they need them.
Much like every other agency in the federal government, the Navy is experimenting with how to implement the latest technological advancements to their mission.
Two pilot projects, both using existing data to improve NAVSUP’s business processes, are expected to produce results by August.
Military leaders converged this week on National Harbor, Maryland for Sea-Air-Space: The Navy League’s Global Maritime Exposition.
The Navy is supporting its sailors and industry with logistics. At the annual Sea Air Space Symposium, Federal Drive with Tom Temin speaks to Rear Adm. Jon Yuen, commander of the Naval Supply Systems Command, about how the service just set up its P-8 Logistics Cell or LOGCELL this year.
As the biggest spender in the federal government, the Defense Department has the greatest potential to award contracts to small businesses. But the nature and breadth of defense contracts can leave out small firms. In part one of Federal News Radio’s special report, The Small Business Dilemma, we examine how the Pentagon is taking steps to make it easier for small firms to do business with the department.