The Department of Defense (DoD)’s Joint Logistics Enterprise, which spans both supply chain and logistics operations, provides the means to muster, transport, and sustain military power anywhere in the world at a high level of readiness.
To operate successfully in an increasingly contested global security environment, however, the logistics enterprise needs to change how it operates.
As noted by the Defense Science Board Task Force on Survivable Logistics, there is a critical need to “protect and enhance logistics information”, which is dispersed in thousands of disparate legacy information systems, and provide inadequate visibility into the status of flow of millions of military parts, supplies, and pieces of equipment, which are stocked and shipped around the world.
To address this challenge, the LogX program’s goal is to develop and demonstrate software for real-time logistics and supply chain system situational awareness (diagnosis), future state prediction (prognosis), and assessment of resilience at unprecedented scale and speed.
LogX aims to build a capability to work alongside existing logistics information systems that exploits the recent migration of logistics information to digital formats and the cloud.
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