|Former DLA Human Resources director inducted into Hall of Fame|
Former DLA Human Resources Director Jeff Neal is being inducted into the DLA Hall of Fame in recognition of his contributions in transforming personnel practices in the agency, including the Enterprise Leader Development and Corporate Intern programs.
|New DLA video highlights demilitarization efforts in Europe|
A new video produced by the DLA Public Affairs video production team highlights the agency’s demilitarization efforts in Europe. Team members at the DLA Disposition Services Centralized Demilitarization Division in Kaiserslautern, Germany, call themselves the “Sons of DEMIL.”
|DLA partners with shipyards on hazardous material mgmt. system|
A Defense Logistics Agency and Naval Sea Systems Command partnership has helped implement a new system for managing hazardous materials and waste compliance reporting at four naval shipyards. The Hazardous Material Management System replaced a legacy system.
|DLA Troop Support subsistence supply chain gains K-9 customers |
DLA Troop Support subsistence supply chain gained some new four-legged military customers with the addition of dog food to its catalogue. The new contract will serve military working dogs, as well as many fire rescue dogs working in the U.S. Forest Service.
|DLA continues support to firefighting, law enforcement agencies|
DLA continues to provide excess military vehicles in support of fire service and law enforcement agencies after consultation with the Environmental Protection Agency determined that was allowable. DLA regularly distributes equipment to other agencies.
|DLA Energy supports university researchers’ helium needs|
DLA Energy has partnered with the American Physical Society and the American Chemical Society in a pilot program to provide small amounts of helium at affordable prices to U.S. academic researchers. Universities are often hit with surcharges by vendors.