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Title: Adapting the SCOR model to suit the military: A South African example
Authors: Bean, WL
Schmitz, PMU
Engelbrecht, GN
Keywords: Supply Chain Operations Reference
SCOR model
Logistics model
Military supply chain
South African national defence force
SANDF
14th Logistics Research Network Annual Conference
Issue Date: Sep-2009
Citation: Bean, WL, Schmitz, PMU and Engelbrecht, GN. 2009. Adapting the SCOR model to suit the military: A South African example. 14th Logistics Research Network Annual Conference, Cardiff, UK, 9-11 September 2009. pp 1-8
Abstract: The Supply Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) model has been widely used as a tool for supply chain analysis in commercial environments, since its creation by the Supply Chain Council. More recently the SCOR model has been used during the analysis of military supply chains, therefore it was decided that supply chain management in conjunction with the SCOR model should be used during a logistics and supply chain improvement project for the South African National Defence Force (SANDF). Three case studies with increasing complexity were conducted and during these case studies it was ascertained that the SCOR model did not cover the activities, with regard to material, in the SANDF supply chain sufficiently. Consequently the SCOR model had to be extended to be more suitable for the military environment. This paper focuses on the augmented version of the SCOR v9.0 model for the military environment and the research output from this study is a collection of basic building blocks that can be used to describe various supply chains within military environments.
Description: 14th Logistics Research Network Annual Conference, Cardiff, UK, 9-11 September 2009
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/3641
ISBN: 978-1-904564-31-7
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