Division efforts include government/industry studies, workshops and conferences addressing the elements of the Future Logistics Enterprise such as Public Private Partnering, Performance Based Logistics, Total Life Cycle Support, RFID, UID, Contractors on the Battlefield, Logistics Human Capital Initiatives, and Logistics Supply Chain Integration.
What does PBL stand for?
PBL stands for Performance Based Logistics
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 252 other meanings of PBL in our Acronym Attic
- Pihak Berkuasa Kawalan Dadah (Malaysian)
- Password-Based Key Derivation Function
- Pollock Begg Komar Glasser LLC (law firm; Pittsburgh, PA)
- Pakistan Brick Kiln Labour Union
- Pacific Brands Ltd. (Australia)
- Panacea Biotec Ltd. (India)
- Patrol Boat Light (US Navy)
- Pay by the Load (transportation)
- Peanut Butter Legs
- Per Beneficiary Limit
- Performance-Based Leadership
- Peripheral Blood Leukocyte
- Peripheral Blood Lymphocyte (blood cells)
- Persons, Behle and Latimer (law firm)
- Phi Beta Lambda
- Philadelphia Belt Line Railroad
- Philippine Basketball League
- Phrase-Based Language (speech synthesis development tool)
- Planbureau voor de Leefomgeving (Dutch: Planning for the Environment; Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency)
- Planetary Boundary Layer
Samples in periodicals archive:
Although Performance Based Logistics (PBL) sustainment strategies have been used successfully for the last decade, mispercelotions persist.
For example, the Performance Based Logistics initiative aims to improve supply support at equal or lower cost by outsourcing a broad range of services.
Meetings this past year introduced the opportunity for FMS countries to participate in domestic performance based logistics (PBL) and joint aviation technical data integration programs.
LOG 235, the Defense Acquisition University's performance based logistics (PBL) final Level II certification course, has undergone significant revisions in 2005 to keep pace with the dynamic evolution of both PBL policy and actual program implementation practices.