Management control for the Logistics Division. Controls the Logistics Division's budgets, sets goals and priorities for the division.
Supply Systems Analyst
Responsible for the management, direction, or administration of a supply program that includes a mixture of technical supply functions of performs administrative work concerned with analyzing, developing, evaluating, or promoting improvements in the policies, plans, methods, procedures, systems, or techniques of a supply program for the Nevada Army National Guard. Ensures technology and priorities are coordinated, documented, and in compliance with Department of Defense standards.
Provides supply and stockage support for all units of the Nevada Army National Guard. This includes repair parts for equipment and Meals Ready to Eat (MRE). Provides support to all units within the state on ammunition deliveries. Provide ammunition support to several outside agencies to include the University of Nevada - Reno.
Central Issue Facility (CIF)
Provides support to the Soldiers and units within the Nevada Army National Guard. Assists the unit Supply Sergeant with request, turn-in and DX of soldier TA-50. During a deployment we procure any last minute request for OCIE that the unit requires.
Provides training and professional development for Nevada Military Department personnel in transportation and deployment methods. Plans, schedules, and supervises the use of commercial mode of transportation for the effective movement of personnel and cargo in a transportation-based global distribution system.
Material Management Branch
Provides support of all classes of supply to the units of the Nevada Army National Guard. Manages ammunition, POL, Food Service, and Medical supplies. Is the SARSS-@AC POC for the State of Nevada. Plans, monitors, and supervises the administration of four major funding activities. Maintains, reviews, and verifies logistical reports. Directs and coordinates logistical support activities, including the forecasting, procurement, and provisioning of supplies and services.
Property Management Branch
Identifies the availability of equipment for use; facilitate recording and tracking of all asset records, including maintenance and warranty information; calculate depreciation and excess; and issue reports to management and units. Manages the inventory assets, which includes meeting with Battalion and unit personnel, scanning all assets located in Nevada Army Guard and at NGB level. Conducts reconciliation of equipment and audits and provides guidance to Battalions, units, faculty, and staff regarding issues related to property administration and inventory.