|Harnitchek talks furlough, fitness, future at quarterly Director’s Call|
Budget cuts and impending furloughs haven’t kept the Defense Logistics Agency from being a powerful organization that draws rave reviews from its customers, Navy Vice Adm. Mark Harnitchek told a packed auditorium May 21 at a Director’s Call that was broadcast throughout the agency.
|Defense Logistics Agency announces 2012 Hall of Fame inductees|
Five former employees have been selected for induction into the Defense Logistics Agency Hall of Fame, the agency’s top personnel officer announced May 20. Inductees will be recognized during a July 30 ceremony at the McNamara Headquarters Complex.
|DLA Land and Maritime wins Award for Installation Excellence|
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel announced May 20 that DLA Land and Maritime was one of five winners of the 2013 Commander in Chief's Annual Award for Installation Excellence. The organization was recognized for its focus on performance, transformation and culture.
|Marine Corps, DLA meet to discuss, strengthen partnership|
Maintaining a strong collaborative relationship while dealing with reduced budgets was the theme of the day as U.S. Marine Corps logistics leaders came to the McNamara Headquarters Complex May 17 to for the Defense Logistics Agency's annual Marine-Corps/DLA Day.
|Defense Department’s Healthy Base Initiative kicks off at McNamara HQC|
A new wellness campaign encouraging healthier lifestyles throughout the Defense Department kicked off with author and television personality Montel Williams at the Defense Logistics Agency’s McNamara Headquarters Complex May 15. The Healthy Base Initiative looks to fight obesity and tobacco use.
|DLA Energy, industry leaders discuss natural gas issues|
Defense Logistics Agency officials and natural gas industry representatives discussed methods for improving business and reducing customers’ costs during a "Captains of Industry" roundtable meeting May 10 at the McNamara Headquarters Complex.
|DLA Troop Support takes baton for Marine Corps running suits|
When Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support took ownership of Marine Corps running suit stock at the service’s two recruit depots in March, it was a money-saver for DLA and the Marine Corps. DLA has been working since 2010 to prepare for sustainment of the suits.