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March  April 2015
Value Added
DLA is working with federal agencies outside the Defense Department to provide the same tailored logistics support enjoyed by military customers worldwide.

The New Mall
FedMall, a new online ordering system, will provide a better user experience for customers throughout the government, with features that rival commercial retail giants.

Beyond Logistics
Based on its success providing human resources services to DoD organizations, DLA is looking to expand that support to federal agencies and provide the full gamut of HR solutions.

Fueling Federal Efforts
Federal civilian customers made up almost $1 billion of DLA Energy’s $17 billion in sales in fiscal 2014, through formal purchase agreements that provide benefits and flexibility to customers.

Quenching the Flames
In 2014, DLA took over the important mission of supplying the National Interagency Fire Center with specialized equipment, including medical supplies, firefighting tools and protective gear.

From Gutenberg to Google
DLA Document Services has a long history of printing and handling documents of all kinds, including records management, electronic storage, print on demand, traditional bulk printing and special printing projects.

Well-Oiled Machine
DLA Aviation’s recycled oils, gas cylinder and chemical programs provide civilian and military agencies with flexible, cost-saving support in locations around the world.

‘Rolling’ in Sales
A new DLA Disposition Services contract for auctioning excess wheeled vehicles to the public is increasing revenue for DLA and ultimately saving money for military customers.