Guide to Conducting Supply Chain Assessments Using the LSAT and LIAT

Supply chain assessments are conducted periodically to support the development of logistics systems. As assessments become a standard part of overall logistics management, the capacity of in-country stakeholders to drive the assessment process needs to increase. As a guide to conducting supply chain assessments with the Logistics System Assessment Tool (LSAT) and the Logistics Indicators Assessment Tool (LIAT), this document is meant to support capacity building and supplement the lessons that evaluators have learned from their own experience. 

Length: 
132 pp
Year: 
2011
Organization: 
USAID | DELIVER PROJECT
Languages: 
English