All DLA Campaigns

DLA places emphasis on many programs and campaigns that impact the organization and the people who do business with DLA. Each campaign, past and present, is featured here to allow customers and employees access to the resources they need, even after the programs conclude.

DLA Director's Strategic Guidance
Cover of the DLA Director's Strategic PlanThe DLA Director's Strategic Plan outlines the organization's mission, goals and values, outlining the strong foundation that makes DLA America's Combat Logistics Support Agency.

This campaign is currently active.

Warfighter First
Servicemembers unload supplies. DLA strives to place the warfighter first in all it does.DLA’s top priority is warfighter support. The current threat environment is complex, and we must be a trusted and responsive partner to the Warfighter as well as one that is able to anticipate changing and future needs. We will ensure our organization’s goals, processes, and performance are innovative, responsive, and synchronized with the current and future needs of the Warfighters, DoD components, other mission partners, and stakeholders.

This campaign is currently active.
DLA embraces resiliency in its workforce, as seen here with a participant in the Winter Warrior fitness programFortifying resiliency represents the things we do within DLA to assist members of our workforce to become more effective in their professional and personal lives. In addition to continually improving workplace safety and the security of our work environment, we will assess, identify, and implement improvements to ensure employees see themselves as valued team members and are resilient in the face of professional and personal challenges.

This campaign is currently active.
Sexual Assault Prevention and Response
DLA offers resources to assist with Manage      Edit         Edit Content         My Work     Admin         Export Content         Import Content         Help         Online Help         Settings         Delete         Refresh     Move         To BannerLeftPane         To BannerRightPane         To ContentPane         To LeftPane         To RightPane         To LeftSmallPane         To RightLargePane         To Column1         To Column2         To Column3         To BottomPane         To FooterLeftPane         To FooterRightPane     Sexual Assault Prevention and ResponseDLA senior leaders have no tolerance for sexual assault, sexual harassment or workplace harassment of any kind. These acts go against DLA's core values and weaken the organization's ability to carry out the mission. Resources are available for prevention, reporting and assistance.

This campaign is currently active.
Better Buying Power 3.0 - In Focus
Better Buying Power 2.0 graphicThough working with industry, how DLA can integrate innovation into its business practices? DLA's business model has migrated from a very transactional model to one that values long-term relationships. Better Buying Power asks us to think about the next evolution, one that creates greater synergy with our service partners and incentivizes industry to improve their products.

This campaign is currently active.

DLA Hall of Fame
DLA Hall of Fame seal

Lt. Gen. Henry Glisson, the 13th director of the agency, initiated the DLA Hall of Fame in 1998. Through the Hall of Fame, we preserve our history, promote DLA values and celebrate excellence. While honoring our past, the standards and values our inductees represent make the Hall of Fame relevant to today’s employees and to the workforce of the future.

This campaign is currently active

Acquisition Professionals Video Series
Hear from DLA employees about what it means to be acquisition professionalsHear from DLA employees about what it means to be acquisition professionals. With a new video added weekly from February through the end of April, you can take a closer look at how the DLA acquisition community supports logistics.

This campaign concluded in April 2016.

Hatch Act Guidance
A U.S. flag flying over the CapitolThe Hatch Act of 1939 limits certain political activities of federal employees who work in connection with federally funded programs. The law ensures federal programs are administered in a nonpartisan fashion, protects federal employees from political coercion in the workplace, and ensures federal employees are promoted on merit and not political affiliation.

This campaign is archived from November 2016.