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DLA Aviation meets with strategic suppliers to discuss common concerns
05/26/2015
Defense Logistics Agency Aviation senior leaders met with their strategic suppliers May 6 at the 21st Senior Executive Partnership Roundtable in Richmond, Virginia. Topics focused on challenges faced in today’s budgetary environment, Better Buying Power and commercial pricing.
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Susquehanna employees honored for saving the life of a teammate
05/22/2015
Following an act of selfless service and response to a coworker in distress, five employees at Defense Logistics Agency Distribution Susquehanna, Pennsylvania, were honored for their actions on the day they saved the life of an employee in the Receiving Branch.
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Streamlined acquisition process nets results for Land and Maritime
05/21/2015
By increasing productivity and putting an emphasis on automation, the Defense Logistics Agency’s Time to Award initiative is one of the primary focuses of DLA Land and Maritime’s workforce.
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A hand up, not a handout
05/20/2015
The program analysis master planning branch chief for Defense Logistics Agency Energy, is leading the effort to implement a tablet- and desktop-based remote interpretive service for deaf employees across the agency.
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Busch shares leadership principles, future outlook at Distribution town hall
05/19/2015
Navigating the Defense Logistics Agency through an unknown future was the focus of DLA Director Air Force Lt. Gen. Andy Busch’s first address to the DLA Distribution workforce during a May 11 town hall in New Cumberland, Pennsylvania.
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President surprises DLA employee’s parents
05/19/2015
Calvin and Donna Andrew, Utah residents and parents of DLA Document Services employee Nansi Malesic, got to meet the president thanks to some lighthearted banter between Malesic and members of the White House Office of the Staff Secretary.
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Preregistration tools coming to WebFLIS site
05/18/2015
Defense Logistics Agency Logistics Information Services has released tools to help users of the Web-based version of the Federal Logistics Information System, or WebFLIS, maintain access as the preregistration period for the system's move to a new platform begins in May.
DLA discusses opportunities, options with information technology vendors
05/18/2015
The Defense Logistics Agency’s information technology vendors can help the agency be a world-class IT provider by becoming true partners on costs and services, DLA’s chief information officer said during a roundtable meeting May 11 at the McNamara Headquarters Complex.
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DLA officials announce 2014 agency Hall of Fame inductees
05/15/2015
Five new members will be inducted into the Defense Logistics Agency Hall of Fame in a July ceremony in recognition of their service to the agency, DLA Director Air Force Lt. Gen. Andy Busch announced May 15.
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Understanding culture key to Asian, American progress
05/15/2015
The executive director of New Tang Dynasty Television in Washington, D.C., used two movies to teach McNamara Headquarters Complex employees that understanding another culture is possible only when one understands that culture’s core values May 13.
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