NEC 9549 Acquisition Logistics Specialist
Personnel assigned to acquisition-related billets perform critical functions within acquisition type activities (i.e., Integrated Logistics Support (ILS), Naval Air Training Management Support Activity (NATMSACT) as defined in DoD Directive 5000.1 and DoD Instruction 5000.2. These activities are responsible for acquisition systems development, acquisition, and logistic support or acquisition programs oversight, review, and acceptance of supplies and services under their cognizance.
As such, they perform critical functions relating to systems design (reliability and maintainability), the development of acquisition/logistics plans and documents, system integration, logistics support analysis, provisioning, configuration, management, systems modifications, and site activation or program planning, oversight, and acceptance of supplies and services. Additionally, these individuals are responsible for various requirements related to the development and execution of budgets, acquisition and logistics support of programs.
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NEC is awarded as follows:
1. Acquisition Logistics Specialist: Upon completion of the Defense Acquisition University (DAWIA) courses ACQ-101 and LOG-101.
2. Acquisition Manufacturing and Production or Quality Assurance Specialists: Upon completion of the Defense Acquisition University (DAWIA) courses ACQ-101, PQM-101, and 6 months of satisfactory performance in the acquisition billet.
3. DAWIA training courses are obtained and funded for Navy personnel through the Defense Acquisition Career Management (DACM) Office via the DON Acquisition Training Registrar, Naval Acquisition Career Management Center, 5450 Carlisle Pike, P.O. Box 2033, Mechanicsburg, PA 17055 using quotas that are assigned to the requesting command. Individuals must be currently in, or ordered to, an identified Acquisition billet.
Information contained on this page is derived from the Navy Enlisted Manpower and Personnel Classifications and Occupational Standards Manual, Volume II, NAVPERS 18068F, which is the official manual for Navy Enlisted Classifications (NECs).