Applying logistics

Providing logistics
1. Science and activity of providing resources required for events, activities, processes, production, [etc]; [eg] supply of Antarctic expeditions. 2. In military operations or establishments, the methods, tactics and strategies of distribution; supplying ordnance, providing storage facilities, transportation, food, [etc].
Providing aid
Providing food
Providing services
Providing work force
Providing basic needs
Managing water supplies
Providing health services
Providing necessary skills
Providing common resources
Providing grassroots support
Furnishing production forces
Providing essential materials
Providing local water sources
Providing basic civic services
Providing local fuel resources
Providing locally needed goods
Regularizing transport service
Furnishing essential food items
Providing skilled mechanic pool
Providing centralized data node
Launching communication network
Providing immediate health care
Providing telephone/mail service
Providing basic support services
Implementing executive functions
Maintaining structure of society
Providing practical repair skills
Providing adequate unloading site
Providing basic mechanical skills
Providing work force organization
Providing recreational facilities
Providing rapid emergency response
Providing basic support structures
Providing advanced training courses
Providing regular medical attention
Installing necessary support systems
Providing local communications means
Providing requisite field assistance
Providing seasonal natural resources
Providing connecting roadways network
Providing automotive maintenance care
Supporting appropriate sewage disposal
Providing necessary ancillary services
Equipping local paraprofessional corps
Providing technical backup information
Providing alternate emergency transport
Providing practical transportation means
Providing raw materials for social myths
Constructing serviceable traffic arteries
Providing capital resources for production
Providing human energy for common production
Providing systems to integrate new techniques
Providing essential power to use material resources
Providing auxiliary services by the old to the young
Providing sufficient opportunities for practical training
Type Classification:
C: Cross-sectoral strategies