PBL is synonymous with performance-based life-cycle product support, where outcomes are acquired through performance-based arrangements that deliver warfighter requirements and incentivize product support providers to reduce costs through innovation.
What does PSP stand for?
PSP stands for Product Support Provider (US Army)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 656 other meanings of PSP in our Acronym Attic
- Private Satellite Program
- Private Sector Participation
- Private Sector Project (various locations)
- Probability of Successful Penetration
- Problem Solving Partnership (various locations)
- Problem-Solving Process
- Processor Support Package
- Product Service Plan
- Product Stewardship Program (various organizations)
- Product Support Program
- Production Service Provider
- Production Software Package
- Professional Service Provider
- Professional Services Partner (various companies)
- Professional Skills Program
- Professional Speaker Program
- Professional/Scholarly Publishing Division (Association of American Publishers)
- Proficiency Sample Program (engineering)
- Profit Sharing Plan
- Program and Support Plan
Samples in periodicals archive:
The winning organizations were identified for outstanding customer service in several categories including: Utility Provider of the Year; Product Support Provider of the Year; Agent of the Year; Team of the Year; Outsourced Center of the Year; In-house Contact Center of the Year and the overall Elite Customer Experience Award.
At the forefront of this paradigm shift is a fundamental restructuring of the product support process to an approach, entitled PBL, in which the DOD is transitioning from accomplishing support through the iterative, transactional acquisition of the basic elements of support (eg, spares and repairs) to a more commercial model in which they enter into agreements with product support providers to deliver performance and support outcomes, such as system availability, and leave the determination of "how" to achieve those outcomes to a Product Support Integrator (PSI).
Despite disappointing shipments in some network technologies areas, the economic slowdown may actually create opportunities for network product support providers, a new study published by IDC reveals.
The total number of product support tools located while reviewing the previous "product support analytical tool" efforts was 269, which included a previously collected listing of tools included in Business Case Analysis Guidebook and a listing of tools used by a defense industry product support provider.
External stakeholders might include such product support providers as depots, DLA, the Service's retail supply system, or industry partners.
Firstly, the goals of the government and the product support provider must be aligned.