Logistics Modernization Program

Who we are

The Logistics Modernization Program (LMP) is an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system that builds, sustains and generates warfighting capabilities using one of the largest, fully integrated supply chain and maintenance, repair and overhaul solutions in the world. The LMP also provides Army Working Capital Fund (AWCF) financial management.

The LMP sustains, monitors, measures and improves the national-level logistics production baseline, delivers new and expanded capabilities, and supports Department of Defense (DOD) and Army ERP integration efforts. The LMP support is critical to providing an integrated enterprise solution that enables materiel readiness; asset management and accountability; AWCF financial management; acquisition of materiel; audit compliancy; and support to the Army and Army Materiel Command (AMC) industrial base.

The LMP is deployed to more than 50 locations around the world with approximately 20,000 users throughout the AMC and related major subordinate commands, depots and arsenals, as well as the Defense Finance and Accounting Service and U.S. Special Operations Command. With the completion of LMP Increment 2 in 2016, the system supports shop floor automation, automatic identification technology, expanded ammunition requirements, strategic Army business transformation goals and specific DOD directives, such as item-unique identification.

The LMP is both sustaining today’s Army and working to meet future needs through:

  • Transitioning development and delivery methodology to Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe)
  • Transitioning to a higher performance database that speeds up data-driven, real-time decisions and actions
  • Continuing to implement Army ERP tools and services
  • Integrating with the Army Contract Writing System
  • Implementing G-Invoicing and Integrated Business Planning for Class II&IX supplies
  • Automating Vulnerability Management process in ServiceNow Security Operations
  • Implementing Zero Trust / Identity, Credential, and Access Management capabilities
  • Expanding data readiness through enhancements to the Advanced Manufacturing Data Repository (3D printing by AMC industrial sites and tactical Army)
  • Delivering minor functionality improvements and auditability requirements
  • Addressing software code vulnerability remediation
  • Supporting emerging requirements, including Test Automation, Enhanced User Interface/User Experience (UI/UX) and SAP technical upgrades and migrations

Today, the LMP continues to expand and enhance its capability offerings as part of continuous process improvement to support the Army's key priorities of possibilities, making a difference and continuous transformation. Bottom line — today, and in the future — the LMP equips, sustains, integrates and enables Soldiers, anytime and anywhere.

This program is managed by Defense Integrated Business Systems.

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