DLA Headquarters News

DLA director spurs audit advancement team
DLA Director Lt. Gen. Darrell K. Williams (third from left) visits DLA Energy fuel assets at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, during a Real Property Task Force walkthrough July 17, 2018. Photo by Phil Prater
July 19, 2018 - Defense Logistics Agency Director Army Lt. Gen. Darrell K. Williams thanked and encouraged members of the Audit Advancement Team responsible for day-to-day delivery of audit goals for the agency at DLA Headquarters, Fort Belvoir, Virginia, July 16.

Five DLA employees complete Harvard’s Senior Executive Fellows Program
DLA leaders who recently graduated from Harvard’s Senior Executive Fellows Program pose for a photo. They are (left to right): Brian Nunnally, deputy division chief for DLA Information Operations; Juan Torres, emergency management program manager for DLA Installation Management; Haleema Rechman, senior business analyst for DLA Logistics Operations; Kari Riskedahl, business relationship manager for DLA Information Operations at DLA Land and Maritime; and Edward Dawson, chief of forecasting and analytics for DLA Logistics Operations. Courtesy photo
July 19, 2018 - Five Defense Logistics Agency employees have completed the Senior Executive Fellows Program at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.

July/August Loglines now available
The July/August edition of Loglines, the Defense Logistics Agency’s flagship magazine, is now available online and in print at some DLA locations.
July 16, 2018 - The July/August edition of Loglines, the Defense Logistics Agency’s flagship magazine, is now available online and in print at some DLA locations.

DLA upgrades LMS, reaps cloud benefits
DLA is now using the commercial cloud for its online employee training, bringing more user-friendliness and cost savings that could be replicated elsewhere in the government. Graphic by Paul Crank.
July 16, 2018 - DLA recently upgraded its training application and moved it into the commercial cloud.

Secretary urges caution in sharing personal info online
Hackers, identity thieves and foreign adversaries can all use your personal information against you or the warfighter--so be careful not to overshare online. Graphic by Paul Crank.
July 12, 2018 - Employees throughout the Department of Defense should be vigilant in protecting their personal information online, Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis urged the workforce in a recent memorandum.

 Loglines July-August 2018 Issue