LMI has received a contract from a Department of Defense office to help enhance the management and sustainment of weapon systems, military equipment and other resources needed to ensure warfighter readiness.
The Virginia-headquartered consultancy said Tuesday it would deliver industrial base assessments, data analytics, and policy and resource management services to the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Materiel Readiness to support the modernization of DOD enterprise sustainment operations.
The support services are aimed at backing the office’s adoption of innovative technologies such as additive manufacturing and intermittence electronics testing that are aimed toward lowering sustainment footprints, overhead and costs.
“LMI is honored to continue developing and applying world-class solutions and approaches to help ODASD(MR) solve the most complex logistics management challenges facing our nation,” said Pete Pflugrath, senior vice president of markets and growth at LMI.
ODASD(MR) is the office responsible for the Pentagon’s maintenance policy and materiel readiness management processes.