CLCL 003 Supply Chain Integration Credential

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CLCL 003 Supply Chain Integration Credential
(Last Modified: 07-Feb-2022)


This credential brings together 10 on-line training (OLT) courses and supporting resources to offer a comprehensive overview of DoD supply chain integration. It is designed to provide learners an overarching understanding of the life cycle logistician’s responsibilities for planning, developing, and implementing all aspects of Supply Chain Management, Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages (DMSMS), counterfeit parts awareness and prevention, provisioning and cataloging, IUID, RFID, and serialized item management, and DLA Support to the Program Manager (PM). A capstone exercise and summative examination must be completed to demonstrate the learner’s ability to apply what they have learned.
Target Attendees
Defense acquisition workforce personnel from all functional areas, including life cycle logistics, engineering & technical management, business/financial management, cost estimating, contracting, test & evaluation and program management.
Course Title Delivery Method
CLE 040 IUID Marking Distance Learning
LOG 0320 Preventing Counterfeit Electronic Parts from Entering the DoD Supply System Distance Learning
LOG 0380 Provisioning and Cataloging Distance Learning
LOG 0620 Counterfeit Prevention Awareness Distance Learning
CLM 044 Radio Frequency Identification Distance Learning
CLM 200 Item-Unique Identification Distance Learning
CLM 201 Serialized Item Management (SIM) Distance Learning
LOG 0020 Defense Logistics Agency Support to the PM Distance Learning
LOG 0370 DoD Supply Chain Fundamentals Distance Learning
LOG 0650 Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages (DMSMS) Fundamentals Distance Learning
CLCL 003 Scenario Distance Learning
CLCL 003 Exam Distance Learning
Additional Credential Information
Expiration 5 years from date earned.
Continuous Learning Points
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Deployed Date 5/17/2021
Predecessor Courses may not be used to complete credential requirements.

All students must have a DAUID.
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