Logistics Analyst (CBP)

Job Locations US-DC-Washington, DC
Posted Date 1 week ago(5/15/2024 12:06 PM)
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LMI seeks a Mid-Level to Senior Logistics Analyst to support a Customs and Border Protection (CBP) program management office in the National Capital Region (Washington, D.C.). Join our team of collaborative self-starters focused on delivering practical and efficient solutions to help our client keep U.S. borders safe and facilitate trade and travel. As part of our high-performing team, you will augment our vital work to provide “eyes and ears” technology to protect our nation. This position is hybrid telework with two days per week onsite client support in Washington, D.C. required.


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LMI offers a generous compensation package with excellent benefits that start the first day of employment. Flexible work schedules, remote work opportunities, tuition reimbursement, generous retirement contributions and leave policies; are a few of our many work-life benefits available to our employees. Come join the organization consistently ranked as a top workplace!


You will support life cycle management and sustainment for CBP’s portfolio of programs, projects, demonstrations, and other efforts. You will apply your skills in Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) principles to help establish policy, processes, and procedures that extend system lifecycles, require less support, and reduce overall life-cycle costs. In addition, you will provide ILS input in the development of requirements documentation for new systems and other key acquisition, engineering, and logistics artifacts supporting the acquisition and Operations and Support (O&S) phases of an acquisition program.

Other duties include:

  • Assist the government in the development and implementation of CBP enterprise life cycle logistics support policy (aligned with DHS MD 102-01 Appendix J, Logistics and Sustainment).
  • Experience advising clients on data best practices, methods, and use to generate better informed business and/or mission decisions
  • Provide logistics planning and implementation support, to include:
    • CBP’s Cost-Wise Readiness tenets implementation and execution support.
    • Independent Logistics Assessment support.
    • Lifecycle Logistics Management workforce development support.
    • Logistics and sustainment support for planned and deployed systems.
    • Asset management and training support .
    • Warehouse support and management.
  • Review and provide feedback to CBP programs’ life cycle logistics support and ILS plans.
  • Provide input to contract requirements for life-cycle support, Test and Evaluation Master Plans (TEMPS), Life Cycle Cost Estimates (LCCE), and Project Management Plans (PMP).


Senior: Minimum of a Master's Degree and 10 or more years of major system logistics experience OR a Bachelor’s Degree and 18+ years of major system logistics experience


Mid-Level: Minimum of a Bachelor's Degree and 3-10 years of major system logistics experience


  • Previous experience with program or lifecycle logistics management at DoD, DHS, or other civilian agency with demonstrated acquisition and lifecycle management experience with a major weapon system, border enforcement, or other federal civilian acquisition/capital investment program.
  • DHS or DAWIA logistics Lifecycle Logistics certification desired.
  • Ability to pass a government background investigation, including financial, criminal, residential, educational, foreign affiliation, prohibited substance use, and employment verifications. Only U.S. citizens are eligible for a suitability determination.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and SharePoint.
  • Ability to communicate clearly with a variety of stakeholders.
  • Ability to effectively solve problems.
  • Strong communication skills, both oral and written.
  • A true team player who maintains a positive attitude in a dynamic environment.
  • Ability to pass a government background investigation, including financial, criminal, residential, educational, foreign affiliation, prohibited substance use, and employment verifications; active U.S. Customs and Border Protection background investigation preferred. Please note that only U.S. citizens are eligible for a suitability determination.



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