Under the firm-fixed-price contract, which includes a base year and two options, LMI will provide national and multinational guidance and policy support for DSPO and its ancillary functions, as well as support for the multi-national logistics needs of the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD). In supporting OSD, LMI will support standardization needs for the U.S. military’s mutual aid to NATO forces, including trade cooperation, post-2012 Afghanistan logistics, and NATO agency reform and restructuring.
LMI has previously supported a number of key DSPO initiatives, including producing their quarterly journal, authoring case studies, and developing guidance documents.
LMI is a government consulting firm committed to helping government leaders and managers reach decisions that make a difference. LMI draws on its 50 years of experience as a pioneer in logistics by applying an unmatched knowledge of people, processes, and assets to a variety of sectors, including defense, intelligence, healthcare, energy and environment, homeland security, and civil government. As a not-for-profit organization, LMI is a trusted advisor to the government—free from commercial or political bias and dedicated to the mission of advancing government management.