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DLA Headquarters Recent News

Strategic workforce planners discuss coming fiscal year initiatives
About 40 representatives from across DLA’s 16 functional communities met in person and via VTC and telephone with DLA Human Resources advisors in the biannual meeting. Graphic by Paul Crank
Nov. 14, 2018 - Effectively planning for the workforce of the future is one of the greatest challenges facing the Defense Logistics Agency, a senior human resources official said in greeting strategic workforce planners at DLA Headquarters Oct. 30.

DLA Disposition Services News

MHE Rodeo crowns best operator
Material Examiner and Identifier Eric Thorne, from Norfolk, and Property Disposal Specialist Todd Lutter, from the Kaiserslautern site in Germany, watch during a MHE Rodeo skills challenge event at the DLA Disposition Services expeditionary support facility in Battle Creek, Michigan.
Oct. 30, 2018 - The inaugural DLA Disposition Services MHE Rodeo pitted 13 of the agency's best forklift drivers in a head-to-head, eight event battle for supremacy Oct. 23-25.

“It’s been a very good year”
During his State of Command message, DLA Disposition Services Director Mike Cannon counts off the many ways the workforce supports the Defense Logistics Agency's effort to support all of the government.
Oct. 26, 2018 - Attendees from across the global workforce gathered in Battle Creek, Michigan, Oct. 22-26 for a Senior Leader Summit where they heard DLA Disposition Services Director Mike Cannon call the time since their previous gathering “a very good year.”

Mobile team takes demil mission to the warfighter
The team uses heavy equipment to move damaged vehicles to the shearing area.
Oct. 23, 2018 - When you count on vehicles for protection as well as transportation, you don’t want your used ones to fall into the wrong hands, something the Defense Logistics Agency is well equipped to prevent.

Eliminating the plague of excess at Fort Hood
Lt. Gen. Paul Funk II, the III Corps and Fort Hood commander, holds a tag during the Fort Hood Clean Sweep Surge Event while explaining that he was a senior at Montana State University when a chemical detector passed its most recent readiness inspection on December 13, 1983.
Oct. 17, 2018 - A Fort Hood Clean Sweep Surge Event included an interagency team of personnel from Fort Hood Recycle, the Fort Hood Landfill, and DLA Disposition Services.