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DOD I 5154.19

1972 Edition, July 13, 1972

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DEFENSE LOGISTICS STUDIES INFORMATION EXCHANGE (DLSIE)



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The provisions of this Instruction encompass all logistics studies and related documentation containing logistics research, evaluation and management information, including logistics studies performed "in-house" or by contract, grant or study agreement. The system for collecting, storing, and disseminating logistics research and management information will provide:

A. A standardized bank of information regarding logistics studies performed in-house, on contract or under grant.

B. A means for avoiding duplication of study effort and attendant resources through ready access to current information concerning logistics studies and logistics research and management information that are planned, in-process and completed.

C. A basis for exchange of logistics research and management information, both current and historical.

D. A comprehensive collection of completed logistics studies for background research purposes.

E. A means for increased application of logistics studies and logistics research and management information in day-to-day operations, and for visibility toward standardization of logistics systems where appropriate.

F. Increased effectiveness of logistics research and management information flow with other U.S. Government agencies.

G. Active and continuing acquisition of all logistics studies and related documentation. This includes documents from outside DoD when they are considered pertinent to the logistics management efforts of the DoD.

H. Prompt and well-indexed announcements of currently significant logistics studies and related documentation.

I. In-depth custom bibliographic services about all logistic functional and sub-functional areas.