LMI offers complete logistics support, including acquisition services, operations, supply chain and lifecycle management, sustainment, and risk management and mitigation. We help identify and develop scientific solutions that result in measurable improvements in supply chain and enterprise implementation.
We are industry leaders in the field of logistics. At LMI, we don’t just answer questions or apply quick fixes—we provide an integrated strategy for moving forward. Our expertise combined with proprietary analytical tools and techniques enable us to deliver smart, sustainable solutions while building in appropriate countermeasures for potential disruptions.
Our logistics experts balance cost, efficiency, quality, and the ready availability of people, facilities, infrastructure, and supplies your organization needs to complete its critical mission.
We are committed to continuous improvements in the future of logistics. From reducing the entire lifecycle, to developing agile acquisition strategies, or securing critical tech data to achieve greater efficiencies, we are the government’s trusted source for logistics strategies that go from incubation to execution and beyond.
Kerry McCarthy, Practice Area Lead 2, Supply Chain Resilience
LMI Awarded OSD Enterprise Logistics Consolidation Contract
LogSmart™ Supply: Get On-Demand, Actionable Risk Mitigation Strategies for Your Supply Chain
How LMI’s Logistics Capabilities Bring Innovation, Strategic Insight, and Sustainable Solutions to the Future of Logistics:
Materiel Readiness Improvements
LMI partnered with the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Logistics and Materiel Readiness to improve the inventory management systems of the military departments and DLA. This plan has reduced excess on-hand inventory by $4.2 billion and due-in potential future excess reductions of $1.1 billion.
How to Level Up America’s Pandemic Preparedness
Information-sharing and additional resources will help bolster what we learned from the Defense Production Act during the current pandemic.
GAO High-Risk Series: Supply Chain Management
In partnership with the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Logistics (ODASD[Log]), LMI served as the architect and program manager for three efforts to address high-risk supply chain management sub-areas and remove DoD from the GAO high-risk list.