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Integrated Logistics Support

D&G is the Prime Contractor supporting DLA’s Office of Operations Research and Resource Analysis (DORRA) is the agency’s center of excellence for strategic logistics, and distribution analysis. D&G personnel support multiple DHS and DoD Acquisition programs as subject matter experts in Integrated Logistics Support Plans (ILSP), Material Fielding Plans (MFP) and sustainment of deployed systems and capabilities.

DLA – Theater Consolidated Shipping Point (TCSP)

In work that has spanned the past decade, D&G has provided support for DLA’s five current Theater Consolidation and Shipping Points and multiple other locations supporting the deployed warfighter. The facilities are the closest DLA point of contact with Army, Air Force, USMC, Navy and Allied forces in Theater.  Our support includes analysis of the cost benefit and impact on theater performance of standing up facilities to include Guam, Japan, Pearl Harbor and Kandahar.

DLA – J3 Distribution

D&G is responsible for the research, coordination, establishment and maintenance of several databases for Distribution J3.  Our support includes SAS programming of information from various data sources to include the Distribution Standard System (DSS), Vendor Shipment Module (VSM), DORRA Data Warehouse (DW), Fusion, and USTRANSCOM databases (iSDDC, etc.).  In addition, we have extensive experience with other DLA J3 and DLA Distribution efforts to include developing the Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HADR) CONOPS and leading JCTDs in support of DLA’s capability to deploy units worldwide within 48 hours.

DHS – CBP Fielding Success

D&G Logistics personnel working directly with CBP, CBP OTD, and CBP ILB implemented the highly successful fielding, training and sustainment plan for the Basic Handheld System which included Level of Repair Analysis (LORA), Early Maintainability Demonstrations, and “Train-the-Trainer” Instruction at multiple CONUS locations.   D&G provided critical technical inputs during system design including self-tests, health monitoring, system modularity, and operating hours.  The end result was a significant reduction in O&M costs and ability to track key logistics related performance metrics of systems which are currently being deployed to major Ports of Entry (POE) to include New York, New Jersey and Laredo TX.