Provisioning for Defense Acquisition Programs is the process of identifying the initial stock of spare parts, supplies, and tools required to support fielded systems.  This information is extensive, and requires a systematic approach to capturing and assessing data from the engineering, logistics support analysis, and supply chain development processes.  Supported by three decades of provisioning experience, the L2 Defense staff can address all Provisioning needs for your equipment development program. Our provisioning data is developed in accordance with GEIA-STD-0007 and is cataloged using the U.S. Army Materiel Command’s Logistics Support Authority’s (LOGSA) PowerLog-J database management system.  Specific Provisioning tasking offered includes:

  • Provisioning Parts List (PPL) development and assessment
  • Logistics Product Data (LPD) and Logistics Support Analysis Records (LSAR) development and cataloging
  • Engineering Drawings for Provisioning (EDFP) generation
  • Repair Parts and Special Tools List (RPSTL) development
  • Provisioning Conference preparation and facilitation