Philippe Grandjean

FMS Program Manager

Philippe Grandjean, USN Capt. (RET) leads ITC’s Supply Chain Management Program, supporting the Kuwait Ministry of Defense. Grandjean has served in a variety of key leadership positions afloat and ashore during his 30 year Navy career, bringing over 20 years of experience leading complex logistical organizations to ITC.
At sea, he served as the Supply Officer on the submarine USS Alexandria (SSN 757); Material and Aviation Support Division Officer on the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70), and Supply Officer on the submarine tender, USS Frank Cable (AS 40). Both Alexandria and Frank Cable won the Supply Blue “E” for logistics excellence during his tenure.
His shore assignments included Commander Fleet Air Western Pacific, Atsugi, Japan as the Fiscal Officer and Light Airborne Multi-Purpose System (LAMPS) Readiness Officer; Naval Inventory Control Point, Philadelphia Pa., as the Director, P-3 and S-3 Systems Integrated Weapons Support Teams; Naval Air Station Keflavik, Iceland as the Supply Officer; NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center, Puget Sound, Wash. as the Supply Officer of the Intermediate Maintenance Facility (IMF) at Naval Base Kitsap – Bangor; U. S. Africa Command, Stuttgart, Germany as the Logistics Sustainment Branch Chief; U.S. Naval Forces Central Command, Bahrain as Assistant Chief of Staff for Logistics and Infrastructure (N4) and the Assistant Chief of Staff for Logistics (N41) at Commander, Logistics Western Pacific/CTF-73 and Deputy Commander, Military Sealift Command (MSC) Far East in Singapore.
Capt. Grandjean’s previous assignments, prior to joining ITC, included Commanding Officer, NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center, Puget Sound, Washington and Director of International Programs at NAVSUP Weapon Systems Support.
Capt. Grandjean is a qualified Submarine Supply Warfare Officer, Naval Aviation Supply Officer and Surface Warfare Supply Corps Officer. He is a Joint Qualified Officer and member of the Acquisition Professional Community. His awards include the Legion of Merit (three awards), Joint Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal (four awards), Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (three awards), Navy Achievement Medal (three awards) and various unit and campaign awards.
He graduated from Western Oregon State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration and received his commission through the Officer Candidate School program in November 1990. He earned a Master of Science degree in Management from the Naval Postgraduate School and is a graduate of the Joint Forces Staff College, University of North Carolina Kenan-Flagler Business School Advanced Program in Logistics and Technology, and a graduate of the University of Michigan Ross School of Business, Executive Development Program

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