|DLA director praises employees’ hard work during final Director’s Call|
Defense Logistics Agency Director Navy Vice Adm. Mark Harnitchek recapped three years of “spectacular performance” by the agency’s employees during his final Director’s Call at the McNamara Headquarters Complex Dec. 16. Harnitchek also recognized several DLA employees and teams.
|DLA works to expand logistics support to federal agencies|
Federal agencies can take advantage of the same tailored logistics support enjoyed by military customers, Defense Logistics Agency leaders told federal representatives Dec. 15 during a Value Added Opportunities Summit at the McNamara Headquarters Complex.
|Defense Logistics Agency launches DNA marking capability |
The Defense Logistics Agency is insourcing its efforts to make it easier to detect and prevent counterfeit microcircuits from entering into its supply chain. The agency started performing an in-house microcircuit anti-counterfeit initiative, dubbed DNA marking, Dec. 15.
|Employees, teams awarded at DLA Employee Recognition Ceremony|
Defense Logistics Agency employees are devoted, hardworking professionals who can accomplish any mission and continually provide exceptional service to their customers, DLA Director Navy Vice Adm. Mark Harnitchek said at the 47th Annual Employee Recognition Ceremony.
|DLA Energy leader inducted into Senior Executive Service|
Defense Logistics Agency Energy Deputy Commander George Atwood was inducted into the Senior Executive Service Dec. 11 during a ceremony at the McNamara Headquarters Complex. Atwood thanked senior leaders, family members and coworkers for helping him throughout his career.
|Harnitchek praises DLA Troop Support employees during final visit|
Defense Logistics Agency Director Navy Vice Adm. Mark Harnitchek thanked the DLA Troop Support workforce for being “America’s 911 logistics force” and recognized employees for their efforts during his final visit to Philadelphia prior to his retirement.