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Forget about the stereotypes that you may have heard about working in the federal government. You know the ones, gray desks, lack of imagination, red tape. At the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) our philosophy is simple - the belief that happiness lies in the perfect balance between work and home. In fact, it's more than just our philosophy. It's our culture. It's our way of life.

During the typical workday our associates enjoy a challenging environment that requires their all - a culture where their ideas and decisions impact the well-being of members of our Armed Forces and that's our bottom line. But more importantly, with our work life balance benefits, they know that they will find that perfect balance between time at work and time away.

Learn about what motivates us!

Explore the DLA Strategic Plan and DLA People and Culture Plan.


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Human Resources News

Employees required to abide by Hatch Act
All federal employees are prohibited by law from using their positions to advocate for or against any candidate for political office. Graphic by Paul Crank.
Aug. 15, 2018 - With the election season now in full swing, it’s important that DLA employees be aware of rules that apply to them under the provisions of the Hatch Act, 5 U.S.C. Section 7323, which limits political activities of all federal employees.

DLA Pacific moves bulk of Korea staff to expanded site at Camp Humphreys
DLA Pacific Deputy Commander Army Col. Brent Coryell and others from the DLA Pacific Korea organization pose in front of the newly opened U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys HQ050 building July 27. Courtesy photo.
Aug. 9, 2018 - The DLA Pacific Command has taken a major step in Korea by officially moving and consolidating its main body of personnel on the peninsula to an expanded Camp Humphreys location.

DLA employees earn DoD Workforce Recruitment Program awards
From left, Defense Logistics Agency Chief of Staff Kristin French, DLA Finance Management and Program Analyst and WRP Recruiter of the Year Alyssa Schreiner and DLA EEO Director Janice Samuel pose after Schreiner received an award for her accomplishments with the Workforce Recruitment Program in a ceremony at the Pentagon Conference Center, Arlington, Virginia July 26, 2018. Photo by Nancy Anthony
Aug. 2, 2018 - Two Defense Logistics Agency employees were recognized during a Department of Defense Workforce Recruitment Program Awards Ceremony at the Pentagon Conference Center in Arlington, Virginia, July 26.

Senior leaders preview new combined SAPR/EEO training
DLA's senior leaders--including the director of the agency--recently participated in live training outlining how supervisors should respond to a report of sexual assault or sexual harassment in the workplace.
July 30, 2018 - Defense Logistics Agency senior leaders participated in the agency’s first combined sexual assault and sexual harassment training July 27. The in-person training was the first to combine these similar but distinct annual training requirements for supervisors.

Former DLA Aviation systems analyst led fight for equality of all employees
Lillie Mae Brown is a 2018 DLA Hall of Fame inductee whose formal complaint alleging gender-based discrimination in 1974 became the catalyst for improvements to hiring, training, awards and promotion practices throughout DLA. (Courtesy photo/graphic by Paul Crank)
July 20, 2018 - On July 26, the DLA Hall of Fame will induct five new honorees. In the coming days, the DLA homepage will feature an article about each new member — beginning with the late Lillie Mae Brown, whose achievements fighting for civil rights led to greater opportunities for many others across the agency.