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SRA Wins Operational Excellence Award

SRA has been selected as the winner of the Supply Chain Council’s sralogoprestigious Operational Excellence Award. The award spotlights world-class organizations which aggressively champion programs to effectively utilize their resources, exceed their customers’ expectations and reach their organizational goals through superior supply chain performance. This award primarily recognizes the work completed, on-going and planned by SRA’s Lifecycle Management team and is shared with SRA’s client, the U.S. Army CECOM Life Cycle Management Command (LCMC) for their a project to analyze and address issues for the end-to-end supply chain for assets being returned from Iraq designated for repair and/or disposition.

“We are honored to receive this award on behalf of the work and commitment that the CECOM LCMC has formally made to Supply Chain Excellence and the adoption of SCOR as its preferred methodology and

George Bataskis
George Bataskis

model for identifying and optimizing their supply chains in support of the warfighter, ” said SRA Vice President and Director of Enterprise Logistics, George Batsakis. “The award solidifies the merits of SRA’s strong customer focus and spotlights our solutions as an industry benchmark in commitment to Supply Chain Excellence. As such, we will continue to improve our capabilities to serve a wider range of customers.” Read the full press release.

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