Press Release

LMI to Continue AFSC Readiness-Based Sparing Support

January 13, 2021

Tysons, Va. – LMI has been selected to continue supporting the Air Force Materiel Command’s (AFMC) supply chain architecture and processes within the Air Force Sustainment Center (AFSC). As part of this five-year contract with a total value of approximately $18 million, LMI will supply administrative, professional, and technical support to AFSC, including its air logistics complexes, through readiness-based sparing tools, such as the Aircraft Sustainability Model®.

“The partnership we have with AFMC and AFSC is extremely important to LMI. The ability of LMI to provide subject matter experts with decades of experience will not only furnish innovative solutions (Peak and Next Gen™); it will enable us to help the Air Force effectively manage its logistics and personnel needs,” said Robert Lech, vice president of LMI’s defense market.

LMI’s extensive knowledge and experience in the supply chain and logistics space enables the organization to deliver a unique perspective into the advanced analysis of all aspects of Air Force supply chain operations. In addition to supplying efficient improvements for the Air Force’s architecture and processes, LMI will continue to improve contingency support, boost integrity and quality of data, enhance data systems to advance data-driven decisions while reducing the costs associated with data integrity, and assist the Air Force with its transformation to an enterprise logistics system: Enterprise Supply Chain Analysis Planning and Execution.

LMI’s previous work with AFSC helped the client realize cost savings of over $38 million and a 15% efficiency increase.