Description of Work: The Logistician Level III shall perform Configuration Management,
Configuration Data Management, and Maintenance Data Management support for USCG Ashore
and Afloat assets as directed by the COR. This includes current and future Higher-Level
Assemblies and other related items as defined by the Call. The Logistician Level III shall provide Organizational level and Depot level support in the development, update Configuration Management System (CMS), and verification stages ofMaintenance Standards (MS), Recurring Tasks (RT); (i.e., training, presentation of data, analysis, running reports, etc.), Maintenance Items (MI), Cutter Maintenance Plans (CMP), Maintenance Requirements Lists (MRL) and CM-SETs for all USCG Ashore and Afloat USCG assets listed. The Logistician Level III shall manage updates/changes/corrections to Configuration Item Functional Descriptions (CIFD) and its associated Configuration Item (CI), and the associatedproperty values for the CIFD and/or CI as they relate to USCG supported assets.

Educational Requirements: The Logistician III shall have a Bachelor’s degree in a Logistics related field.

Certification Requirements: Specific Logistician Level III requirements will be defined in
Calls issued under this BPA.

Experience Requirements: The Logistician Level III shall possesses a minimum of ten (10)
years of hands-on experience in the Fleet Logistics System (FLS), performing configuration data
management and tracking and managing property items in Oracle Fixed Assets Management
(FAM), practical experience of equipment and its characteristics, properties, and uses in order to
(1) collect, analyze, interpret, and provide specialized information about equipment together with
related advice to those who design, test, produce, procure, supply, operate, repair, or dispose of
equipment; (2) identify and recommend practical solutions to engineering design and
manufacturing defects and recommend use of substitute testing or support equipment when
equipment requested is unavailable; or (3) develop, install, inspect, or revise equipment
maintenance programs and techniques. An additional four years (14 years total) of experience
may be substituted for a Bachelor’s degree.

Additional Required Knowledge and Skills: In addition to the experience and educational requirements described above, all key personnel shall possess the following knowledge and skills:
• Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite of applications (e.g., Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Teams, SharePoint)
• Ability to read and interpret government policy, regulations, and directives and to apply those interpretations fully and legally to all activities

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