LMI announced an expansion of its over 25 years of support to the Defense Logistics Agency with a new pilot program.
This contract, awarded to the LMI and Exiger team, leverages the organizations’ artificial intelligence and machine learning approaches to improve operations throughout all DLA supply chain security strategy focus areas.
“This work will help DLA rapidly capture supply chain risk data and turn it into actionable intelligence. LMI and Exiger’s experience will further secure DLA’s supply chain and provide DLA with the ability to pivot in real time,” said Pat Tamburrino Jr., vice president of LMI’s logistics practice.
The program will assess and manage supply chains better through cutting-edge technology, including tools that rapidly uncover, assess and mitigate supply chain risk exposure at the speed of relevancy.
With analysis and insights for critical supply chains and the underlying third-party risk associated with them, the effort should boost supply chain resilience programs across the broader federal government marketplace.
“Exiger and LMI are leading the way for next-generation supply chain risk management solutions,” said Carrie Wibben, senior vice president of Exiger Federal Solutions. “Our collaboration will ensure that DLA benefits from our joint expertise in global supply chain security and resiliency.”