Sales to state and local governments engaged in counter drug, homeland security and emergency response operations.
The 1994 National Defense Authorization Act authorizes state and local governments to purchase counter-drug materials and equipment through the federal government. In 2009, Section 1122 of the 1994 NDAA was added. It expanded the program to included homeland security and emergency response operations. The 122 Program enables state and local governments to take advantage of the discounts available to the federal government due to its large-volume purchases. By using this system, state and local agencies are able to stretch their budget dollars when purchasing items used to support their counter drug, homeland security and emergency response operations.
All orders are placed through governor-appointed state points of contact. To locate the SPOC for a specific state, please contact DLA1122@dla.mil.