Targeted Approach, LLC (TA) has been awarded a task order on the LP IDIQ to support the Logistics Innovation Office (LIO). The LIO identifies opportunities to incorporate modern logistics technologies such as Manned/Unmanned Logistics Systems, autonomous technology, and logistics connectors; expeditionary medicine; deliberate engineering to include alternative power and utility modernization and bio-manufacturing; and sustainment improvement technologies such as exoskeleton into the Marine Corps’ operating forces. TA is providing subject matter expertise and project management support for integration of strategic guidance, campaign plans, and resourcing priorities.
The Deputy Commandant for Installations & Logistics (DC I&L) is responsible for the vision, strategy, policy, resourcing, and processes that support the effective employment and readiness of Marine Corps defense systems in support of logistics operations and training. To that end, TA is supporting DC I&L’s LIO in understanding available and emerging technologies, to include their interoperability, effectiveness, and sustainability in deployed environments, and in pursuing initiatives for Marine Corps defense system logistics.
The LIO mission is to explore and exploit emerging opportunities in order to rapidly transition relevant logistics capabilities to the warfighter, accelerate measurable transition outcomes, grow the logistics innovation network, inculcate logistics equities into wargaming, experimentation and concept development efforts, and collaborate with the Science and Technology community. TA SMEs will provide engineering research, development, testing, experimentation, and analysis to promote logistics innovation working directly with the Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory for Marine Corps Combat Development and Integration.
TA is leveraging capabilities in the commercial market to identify capabilities for more effective and efficient tactical distribution as part of an integrated naval force. Our team will assist the Marine Corps with focused efforts of analysis, concept of operations (CONOPS) and requirements development, experimentation, wargaming, technical development, and ultimately the fielding of capabilities to the warfighter across the spectrum of logistics.