‘Forecasting’ key to successful suppy-chain management strategy

Glenn San Giacomo, senior vice president, SAIC

wfedstaff | June 4, 2015 3:05 pm

Supply chain management is far from a haphazard system of getting certain things to certain places at certain times.

It requires a keen strategy. When picking a company for a supply-chain management contract, federal agencies need to make sure the contractor can integrate multiple systems, manage inventory levels and help reduce cost.

SAIC, a major contracting player, was awarded last week a supply-chain management contract by the Defense Logistics to provide land and aircraft tires.

Glenn San Giacomo, a senior vice president and business unit general manager at SAIC, joined In Depth with Francis Rose to discuss the ins and outs of supply chain management.

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San Giacomo discussed what managing a supply chain consists of and provided more information about the SAIC contract.