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Performance Based Logistics (PBL)

Performance Based Logistics (PBL) Implementation

Department of Defense Directive (DODD) 5000.01 requires program managers to “… develop and implement performance-based logistics strategies that optimize total system availability while minimizing cost …” DoDD 5000.02 states, “PBL offers the best strategic approach for delivering required life cycle readiness, reliability, and ownership costs.” Dayton Aerospace has the experts to assist government and industry develop public-private partnerships and contracting approaches that meet legal requirements, as well as incentivize the contractor to deliver excellent performance over the long term.

From initial strategy to contracting actions, to financial arrangements and workload sharing via public-private partnerships; we know how to fit the PBL pieces together to achieve the best solution for your program.

Dayton Aerospace has conducted long-term sustainment studies for government and industry, including some of the largest product support business case analyses (PS BCAs) ever conducted. We help programs each step of the way in all areas, including developing the initial strategy, analyzing alternatives, determining contract actions, defining financial arrangements and developing workload sharing via public-private partnerships.

We can help your team implement PBL strategy and address important questions, such as:

  • How can performance metrics drive support behaviors that matter?

  • How do the tools and methods to conduct a PBL fit together?

  • How is a public/private partnership established and maintained?

  • What performance-based business arrangements work best to achieve outcomes and control costs?

  • Do PBL arrangements change throughout the life cycle of product support?

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