CLCL 010 Technical Data Management Credential

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CLCL 010 Technical Data Management Credential
(Last Modified: 01-Mar-2024)


This comprehensive credential takes an integrated approach offering insights into technical data management within DoD. Explore topics ranging from configuration management to navigating intellectual property strategies and the critical role of data protection in weapon system acquisition. Gain practical knowledge and learn about applied concepts essential for sustaining effective product support strategies. Whether you're a life cycle logistician, product support manager, engineer or program manager, these courses provide a holistic perspective on managing technical data across the entire system life cycle. With hands-on simulations and real-world insights, this credential equips you with the tools and expertise needed in today's evolving acquisition and sustainment landscape.

Estimated time to complete this credential is 37 hours. Earn up to 41 CLPs.

Target Attendees
Defense acquisition workforce, product support, and sustainment personnel including life cycle logisticians, product support managers, data managers, engineering & technical management and test & evaluation personnel, intellectual property attorneys, and program managers
ID Title Delivery Method
CLM 071 Introduction to Data Management Online Training (OLT)
CLM 072 Data Management Strategy Development Online Training (OLT)
CLM 076 Data Markings Online Training (OLT)
CLM 077 Data Management Protection and Storage Online Training (OLT)
LOG 0580 Standards, Specifications & Technical Publications Online Training (OLT)
LOG 2040 Configuration Management Online Training (OLT)
LOG 2150 Technical Data Management Online Training (OLT)
CLCL 010 Scenario Online Training (OLT)
CLCL 010 Capstone Assessment Online Training (OLT)
Additional Credential Information
Expiration 5 years from date earned.
Continuous Learning Points
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Deployed Date 2/4/2022
ACE Recommended Credits N/A
  • Predecessor courses may not be used to complete credential requirements.
  • All students must have a DAUID.
  • Enroll in a Credential through the DAU Virtual Campus at