The DLA Office of Operations Research and Resource Analysis is the agency’s center of excellence for strategic analysis across the enterprise, providing insights to facilitate senior leader decisions on issues of greatest importance to DLA and the Department of Defense. DORRA was formed in October 1997 with the merger of two complementary analytical organizations: the DLA Operations Research Office and the DLA Office of Process and Resource Analysis. DORRA's skill in combining talented employees, experience, contractors, computers, software and data into quality analytical products has become its trademark. Today, DORRA is a field operating activity that performs timely research and analysis to enable its customers to objectively formulate policies and decisions. DORRA also maintains the DLA Integrated Data Bank and DORRA Data Warehouse.

Commitments

Customers: Perform as your premier provider for strategic analytical solutions that are developed with professionalism, responsiveness, quality and integrity.

Staff: Provide a supportive environment for professional growth.

Counseling, legal, financial services available free of charge via EAP
Financial, legal and counseling services are among those offered to federal employees free of charge via the Employee Assistance Program (Courtesy graphic)
Jan. 23, 2019 - Confidential counseling, financial services, legal services and more: Employees of the Defense Logistics Agency have all the services available free of charge through the federal Employee Assistance Program.

A Conversation with Army Brig. Gen. Mark T. Simerly
Army Brig. Gen. Mark Simerly, DLA Troop Support commander, opens a meeting with DLA Troop Support senior leaders last summer in Philadelphia, which led to recommendations published in the 2019 DLA Troop Support Campaign Plan.
Jan. 22, 2019 - DLA Troop Support’s commander discusses the agency’s increasing global mission supporting the military services and other federal agencies.

Fuel’s Gold
The Navy is using temporary tanks like these to store fuel oil reclaimed.
Jan. 18, 2019 - Turning byproducts into usable fuel sources cuts waste, maximizes the supply chain and helps build a more secure future.