STONEHAM, Mass., April 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Supply Chain Visions, Inc., a thought leader in supply chain strategy and performance management, has been selected as a subcontractor to Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) (NYSE: SAI), to support the U.S. Transportation Command's (USTRANSCOM) Agile Transportation for the 21st Century (AT21) initiative. Under AT21 Supply Chain Visions will provide consulting services for process improvement and reengineering for business process management (BPM) development activities.
USTRANSCOM provides air, land and sea transportation for the Department of Defense. Its AT21 initiative is a strategic outcome from a 2005 Advanced Concept Technology Demonstration/Military Utility Assessment, and is designed to provide improved time-definite delivery and best-value transportation solutions to fully support combatant commanders' movement requirements. AT21's purpose is to provide enhanced agility and adaptability to best meet the Command's movement requirements through improved on-time delivery in an uncertain and complex Joint operational environment.
"TRANSCOMs AT21 initiative is a key evolution in improving support to the warfighter, and we're proud to work with SAIC," stated Steve Geary, president of Supply Chain Visions, Inc. "It's a natural extension of the supply chain work we have done for the warfighter on the ground in Iraq, and the work SAIC has done to help the government with logistics business process improvements across the Department."
About Supply Chain Visions
Supply Chain Visions is a consultancy focused on supply chain strategy development, implementation and execution to drive measurable performance improvements. In 2007, Steve Geary's work with Supply Chain Visions in Iraq was recognized by Deputy Secretary of Defense Gordon England, and Supply Chain Visions has been named one of the "10 Coolest Supply Chain Management Boutique Consultancies" by ARC Advisory Group. For more information, visit http://www.scvisions.com.
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