Engineering and Technical Services as the eleventh element in Integrated Logistics Support
Colon, Christopher Scott
Boynton, Robert E.
Fields, Paul J.
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This thesis identifies and discusses criteria that can be used to determine whether or not an element of logistics is to be used as a stand-alone Integrated Logistics Support element. Six criteria are developed and used to support and analyze the primary question asked in this thesis: Should Engineering and Technical Services be included as the eleventh Integrated Logistics Support element? This analysis concludes that Engineering and Technical Services does meet all of the established criteria requirements and should be included P-, an additional Integrated Logistics Support element to be used by military and civilian acquisition personnel. This study also recommends actions and areas for further study that will provide insight into improving Engineering and Technical Services support for the future.
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