|‘March Madness’ exercises evaluate DLA’s readiness capabilities|
Just like college basketball, the Defense Logistics Agency has its own version of March Madness. Four simultaneous exercises, which started in mid-March, are evaluating the agency’s capabilities to provide timely support to various functional and geographic combatant commands.
|DLA director discusses logistics at NDIA|
Defense Logistics Agency Director Air Force Lt. Gen. Andy Busch participated in a panel discussion at the annual National Defense Industrial Association conference March 18, answering questions about maintaining the nation’s strategic logistics capability.
|Guest speaker: Unsung women’s stories intertwined with bigger stories|
The unsung women in American history often stood in the shadows of men, but their accomplishments were no lesser, a U.S. Government Accountability Office leadership and diversity trainer said March 18 during the annual Women’s History Month observance at the McNamara Headquarters Complex.
|Team saves DLA money while returning injured employees to work|
A team of injury compensation specialists in Defense Logistics Agency Human Resources is saving the agency millions of dollars by helping find meaningful work for employees who are injured on the job and can’t return to their previous duties.
|DLA director visits State Department|
Defense Logistics Agency Director Air Force Lt. Gen. Andy Busch visited the U.S. State Department March 10 for an informal luncheon hosted by the Undersecretary for Management, Ambassador Patrick F. Kennedy and courtesy calls with senior leaders.