|Goal: Communications-Electronics Command (CECOM) requires operational support and overseas logistical services in the deployment of various IED countermeasures systems in a short time frame.
MELE Field Service Representatives are deployed to calibrate, install and maintain electronic equipment in difficult environments. FSRs provide:
Overview: The U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command (CECOM) has explored options for operational support and overseas logistical services in the deployment of various IED countermeasures systems in a very short time frame. Improved Countermeasures Equipment (ICE) deployed in Iraq save soldiers lives daily and it is critical to have effective support, logistical management and highly trained personnel to ensure that systems are calibrated, functioning and deployed in a timely fashion. The ability to maintain equipment while in the field is also very important. Field Service Representatives (FSRs) will be required to calibrate, install, and maintain electronic equipment in difficult environments.
MELE Associates provides logistical support services for this equipment in the form of FSRs as well as required management support. Key staff have experience working in Iraq or directly supporting on-going operations there. All MELE FSR’s report to CECOM officials and take action strictly in coordination with MELE and CECOM direction. MELE staffs perform as CECOM contract employees abiding by CECOM-issued task order.
Expertise includes: Integrated logistic support planning and management; Logistic support analysis (LSA) and automated logistic support analysis; Failure mode, effects, and criticality analysis; Reliability, availability, and maintainability (RAM) analysis; Level-of-repair analysis (LORA); Logistics documentation; Integrated logistic support detailed specifications (ILSDS); Integrated logistic management team (ILSMT) support; Configuration management; and Continuous acquisition and life-cycle support (CALS).