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Meh there are tons of super smart SNCO and Officers out there. Much of the heavy lifting in higher level policy is officers and civilian though although there is good number of key MWO/CWO/CPO2/1s that are technical in thereNo one has argued that the status quo is what is required... But you have called into question the validity of incomes and positions ... That's where we are coming from.
Want an effective Supply System ? Stop tasking officers with finding one and instead task some CPOs and MWO/CWO MMTs and Tfc Techs to find that solution, we are the ones who are in it at depth every day. The CFSS does not need to be as complicated as it is. Its people who have no experience in the CFSS that are making these decisions, i.e. Officers and Engineers (LCMMs).
No offence meant MJP you seem to be the exception to my rule. And again this may be a Navy thing.
If you want your input to matter get involved with the MISL team, they want participation in their sprints. It is super interesting stuff as they will bring AIMS, NMDS and other standalone system into DRMIS/SAP so we can have a more complete look at our supply chain and avoid disasters like this.
"The audit discovered that in many instances items were flagged as arriving late in theatre when they had in fact been received with the technicians unaware due to a lack of visibility. Citing a database that informed users when items were in transit, the report noted that it could not provide information on the expected arrival date. Coupled with the lack of visibility, the inability to predict the arrival date of materiel almost certainly had repercussions for impending operations."
Zima, S. (2012). A CANADIAN REVOLUTION IN MILITARY LOGISTICS – IMPROVING THE CF OPERATIONAL SUPPLY CHAIN THROUGH BENCHMARKING, CFC Papers. Retrieved from: https://www.cfc.forces.gc.ca/259/290/298/286/zima.pdf