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CERTIFICATION STANDARDS & CORE PLUS DEVELOPMENT GUIDE
LIFE CYCLE LOGISTICS   LEVEL I
Type of Assignment  Representative Activities
L1 Product Support Management  Support and provide inputs into cost and performance management across the product support value chain, from design through disposal.
L2 Supply Support  Support the identification of, planning for, resourcing and implementation of management actions to acquire repair parts, spares, and all classes of supply to ensure the best equipment/capability is available to support the Warfighter or maintainer when it is needed at the lowest possible.
L3 Packaging, Handling, Storage & Transportation (PHS&T)  Support the identification of, planning for, resourcing and implementation of management actions to facilitate acquisition of packaging/preservation, handling, storage and transportation (PHS&T) requirements to maximize availability and usability of the materiel to include support items whenever they are needed for training or mission.
L4 Maintenance Planning & Management  Support the identification of, planning for, resourcing of, and implementation of maintenance concepts and requirements to ensure the best possible equipment/capability is available when the Warfighter needs it at the lowest possible Total Ownership Cost (TOC).
L5 Design Interface  Understand and support the systems engineering process to impact the design from its inception throughout the life cycle, facilitating supportability to maximize the availability, effectiveness and capability of the system at the lowest Total Ownership Cost (TOC).
L6 Sustaining Engineering  Understand, recognize the importance of, and assist in supporting in-service systems in their operational environments.
L7 Technical Data  Support the identification of, planning for, resourcing and implementation of management actions to facilitate development and acquisition of information to operate, install, maintain, and train on the equipment to maximize its effectiveness and availability; effectively catalog and acquire spare/repair parts, support equipment, and all classes of supply; define the configuration baseline of the system (hardware and software) to effectively support the Warfighter with the best capability at the time it is needed.
L8 Computer Resources  Support the identification of, planning for, resourcing and implementation of actions to facilitate the acquisition and maintenance of facilities, hardware, software, documentation, manpower and personnel necessary for planning and management of mission critical computer hardware and software systems. Coordinate and implement agreements necessary to manage technical interfaces, and to manage work performed by maintenance activities. Establish and update plans for periodic test and certification activities required throughout the life cycle.
L9 Facilities & Infrastructure  Support the identification of, planning for, resourcing and implementation of actions to facilitate the acquisition and maintenance of facilities to enable training, maintenance and storage to maximize effectiveness of system operation and the logistics support system at the lowest TOC. Identify and prepare plans for the acquisition of facilities to enable responsive support for the Warfighter.
L10 Manpower & Personnel  Support the identification of, planning for, resourcing and implementation of actions to facilitate the acquisition and support of personnel, civilian and military, with the grades and skills required to operate equipment, to complete the missions, to effectively fight or support the fight, to win our nation’s wars; and to effectively support the Warfighter, and to ensure the best capability is available for the Warfighter when needed.
L11 Support Equipment  Support the identification of, planning for, resourcing and implementation of actions to facilitate the acquisition and implementation of management actions to acquire and maintain support equipment (mobile or fixed) required to sustain the operation and maintenance of the system to ensure that the system is available to the Warfighter when it is needed at the lowest Total Ownership Cost (TOC).
L12 Training & Training Support  Support the identification of, planning for, resourcing and implementation of a cohesive integrated strategy early in the development process to train military and civilian personnel to maximize the effectiveness of the doctrine, manpower and personnel, to fight, operate, and maintain the equipment throughout the life cycle. As part of the strategy, plan, resource, and implement management actions to identify, develop, and acquire Training Aids Devices Simulators and Simulations (TADSS) to maximize the effectiveness of the manpower and personnel to fight, operate, and sustain equipment at the lowest Total Ownership Cost (TOC).
 
Core Certification Standards (required for DAWIA certification)
 Acquisition Training   ACQ 101  Fundamentals of Systems Acquisition Management
  ENG 101  Fundamentals of Systems Engineering
 Functional Training   LOG 101  Acquisition Logistics Fundamentals
  LOG 102  Fundamentals of System Sustainment Management
  LOG 103  Reliability, Availability, and Maintainability (RAM)
  CLL 008  Designing for Supportability in DoD Systems
  CLL 011  Performance Based Logistics (PBL)
 Education Formal education not required for certification
 Experience 1 year of life cycle logistics experience in an acquisition and/or sustainment organization


Core Plus Development Guide (desired training, education, and experience) Type of Assignment
Training L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6 L7 L8 L9 L10 L11 L12
  BCF 130 Fundamentals of Cost Analysis                      
  BCF 131 Applied Cost Analysis (R)                      
  CLB 007 Cost Analysis                      
  CLB 009 Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution and Budget Exhibits                      
  CLC 007 Contract Source Selection                      
  CLC 011 Contracting for the Rest of Us                  
  CLC 013 Services Acquisition                  
  CLC 045 Partnering                    
  CLC 108 Strategic Sourcing Overview                    
  CLC 112 Contractors Accompanying the Force              
  CLE 003 Technical Reviews                    
  CLE 012 DoD Open Systems Architecture (OSA)                
  CLE 015 Continuous Process Improvement Familiarization                  
  CLE 026 Trade Studies                
  CLE 062 Human Systems Integration                  
  CLE 074 Cybersecurity Throughout DoD Acquisition
  CLE 301 Reliability and Maintainability          
  CLL 002 Defense Logistics Agency Support to the PM                
  CLL 006 Public-Private Partnerships                    
  CLL 013 DoD Packaging                  
  CLL 022 Title 10 Depot Maintenance Statute Overview                    
  CLL 030 Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM)              
  CLL 032 Preventing Counterfeit Electronic Parts from Entering the DoD Supply System            
  CLL 033 Logistician’s Responsibilities During Technical Reviews                    
  CLL 034 SLAMIS                    
  CLL 037 DoD Supply Chain Fundamentals                
  CLL 038 Provisioning and Cataloging                    
  CLL 039 Product Support Requirements Identification            
  CLL 046 The Twelve Integrated Product Support Elements
  CLL 062 Counterfeit Prevention Awareness
  CLL 202 Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages (DMSMS) Executive Overview      
  CLM 003 Overview of Acquisition Ethics
  CLM 013 Work-Breakdown Structure                  
  CLM 024 Contracting Overview                      
  CLM 030 Common Supplier Engagement                      
  CLM 071 Introduction to Data Management                
  CLM 072 Data Management Strategy Development                    
  CLR 101 Introduction to the Joint Capabilities Integration & Development System                      
  CLV 016 Introduction to Earned Value Management                  
  ISA 101 Basic Information Systems Acquisition                  
  TST 102 Fundamentals of Test and Evaluation              
Education
  Baccalaureate degree in a technical, scientific, or managerial field
  Leadership and management courses such as Harvard Business School (HBS) training modules on the Continuous Learning page of the iCatalog.
Experience
 2 years of life cycle logistics experience in support of acquisition or sustainment of DoD weapons/ materiel systems
Notes:
1 The Core Certification Standards section lists the training and/or education and experience REQUIRED for certification at this level for this career field within 24 months of assignment.
2 “(R)” following a course title indicates the course is delivered as resident-based instruction.
3 When preparing your IDP, you and your supervisor should consider the training, education, and experience listed in this Core Plus Development Guide if not already completed.
13 Some continuous learning (CL) modules have been created by extracting lessons in their entirety from a training course. If this is the case for the CL module(s) identified in the above Core Certification Standards, the course from which the CL module was extracted is identified in the “Notes” section of the CL course description and the course can be substituted to meet the certification standard.