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Life Cycle Logistics Career Field Professional Reading List

We are periodically asked whether we provide a "professional reading list" of books that product support managers (PSM) and other life cycle logistics professionals might want to consider reading or having as important references on their bookshelf. The answer is yes! This list was most recently updated on August 1, 2018!

Intended to assist logistics professionals and product support managers interested in broadening their professional knowledge and expertise, this recommended reading list is organized into six top-level categories consisting of: 

  • Logistics Engineering & Designing for Supportability
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Business Case Analysis
  • Continuous Product & Process Improvement
  • Organizational Excellence, Customer Focus & Strategic Transformation
  • Leadership and Management

The currently featured book is entitled "Supporting the Doughboys: US Army Logistics and Personnel During World War I". Published by Army University Press and available free of charge at the Army website, it is a powerful and interesting study of logistics transformation and combat support at a critical juncture in our nation's history.

Many of these books are available through the DAU Online Library & Research site if you don't already have your own reference copy. In addition, DAU also maintains several related resources, including: 

Click here to access the updated August 1, 2018 Life Cycle Logistics Professional Reading List.

Disclaimer: All books listed here are provided for informational purposes to enhance the professional development of the defense acquisition workforce, and their inclusion here should not in any way be considered as endorsement by the Defense Acquisition University or the Department of Defense. This list should NOT under any circumstances be considered as being complete or all-encompassing and is in no-wise meant to endorse the views or works of any particular book, author, organization, or publication. Users are encouraged to conduct their own verification of the information prior to its use. Reliance on or use of the information provided here is solely at the user's own risk. It is also a work in progress, so if community members have suggested additions or recommended changes to this list, please let us know by selecting the white "Feedback" tab at the bottom of this screen.

  
  
  
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