|Tailored supply program clears way for Navy EOD support|
Following the return of the Navy’s Explosive Ordnance Disposal Group 2 from a deployment to Afghanistan, Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support continues to provide many of the items units like it use to clear the way for combat operations.
|Defense Department medical logistics leaders plan way ahead|
Top leaders from the Defense Logistics Agency, DLA Troop Support and the Military Health System mapped the road ahead for the Defense Department’s medical logistics community during a meeting at McNamara Headquarters Complex June 18.
|DLA, DISA leaders discuss ways to reduce information technology costs|
Senior leaders from the Defense Logistics Agency and Defense Information Systems Agency discussed ways to reduce the amount DLA spends on information technology by 20 percent without reducing services during DLA/DISA Day at the McNamara Headquarters Complex June 17.
|N.Y. State Police troopers receive former military aircraft|
New York State Police troopers will soon take to the air in a UH-1H Huey helicopter they have received from the Air Force’s 1st Special Operations Group at Hurlburt Field, Fla., through the Law Enforcement Support Office of Defense Logistics Agency Disposition Services.
|Supervisory course helps educate DLA Document Services managers |
A course designed to highlight critical policies and procedures is helping Defense Logistics Agency Document Services supervisors become better-informed leaders. DLA Document Services Supervisory Training is a two-part course offered through the Learning Management System.
|DLA provides 2,100 Army birthday cakes to Soldiers in Afghanistan |
Soldiers serving in Afghanistan celebrating the Army’s 238th birthday June 14 can have their cake and eat it, too, thanks to the efforts of DLA Troop Support Subsistence employees. The supply chain ensured more than 2,100 cakes decorated were delivered to Afghanistan.
|DLA, clothing and textile leaders discuss budget cuts, challenges|
Defense Logistics Agency officials met with clothing and textiles industry representatives to discuss ways to improve business and reduce costs during a meeting hosted by DLA Director Navy Vice Adm. Mark Harnitchek June 10 at the McNamara Headquarters Complex.
|DLA Troop Support Medical national contract means savings for customers |
Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support Medical awarded its first national contract under agency cost reduction initiatives, saving customers about $1.4 million annually, a official with the supply chain said. The contract will save about 24 percent off the current pricing of Omeprazole.