SELF-HELP TOOLS are available to answer frequently asked questions, like "What item do I need? Is that item available?" or "Where's my stuff? And how do I report a problem?" 

The DLA CUSTOMER INTERACTION CENTER is the “One Call Resolution” for all logistics issues related to DLA, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including government holidays.

  • Toll Free: 1-877-DLA-CALL (1-877-352-2255)
  • DSN CONUS/OCONUS: 877-352-2255
  • Commercial: 269-704-7921
  • Email: dlacontactcenter@dla.mil

Looking to reach a specific office? DLA's Contact Us page has agencywide phone numbers organized by office.

As the nation’s combat logistics support agency, the Defense Logistics Agency manages the global supply chain – from raw materials to end user to disposition – for the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, 10 combatant commands, other federal agencies, and partner and allied nations. DLA is a global enterprise – wherever the United States has a significant military presence, DLA is there to support.

New to working with DLA? The buttons above provide tools to answer some of the most common questions.

  • DLA At A Glance provides a quick look at what the agency does.
  • About DLA provides information on DLA's locations worldwide.


A trainer in front of a videoteleconference screen, linking to the Logistics Information Services training page
Logistics Information Services training is available for working with DLA and many products, services and applications it offers, in a variety of formats throughout the year.

Small Business training is also available to small businesses that work with DLA's Aviation and Land and Maritime purchasing activities through the Training Knowledge Opportunities system.


 

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Resource Description
FedMall Provides access to requisitions, research, and tracking tools for DLA inventory
Disposition Services Excess property reutilization, transfer and demilitarization; does environmental disposal and reuse
Find a disposition location Find a location to dispose of military equipment
Law enforcement support Facilitating the transfer of excess DoD equipment to law enforcement agencies
Logistics applications EFOIA Electronic versions of documents used in Logistics Information Services applications
Disposition Services EFOIA Electronic versions of documents requested through DLA Disposition Services
iRAPT Invoice, Receipt, Acceptance, and Property Transfer for electronic invoicing, receipt, and acceptance
Document Services Supports automated document production, printing services, digital conversion and document storage
eProcurement Provides the DLA Automated Master Solicitation and other requirement and procurement documents

 

Service members receive assistance turning in equipment on palletsThe Digital DSR is your turn-in toolkit for a seamless turn-in experience with DLA Disposition Services, and has everything you need to turn in excess military property.

More assistance on specific turn-in areas:


DLA News

DLA sweeps DoD Workforce Recruitment Program Awards
Winners and DLA representatives pose for a photo during the Defense Department’s 2018 Workforce Recruitment Program Awards ceremony July 18 in Alexandria, Virginia. From left: DLA Director Army Lt. Gen. Darrell Williams; Brian Davis, director, Defense Personnel and Family Support Center; WRP Participant of the Year Nicolas Abbott; DLA Installation Support Director Gordon Hackett; and DLA Senior Enlisted Leader Navy Command Master Chief Shaun Brahmsteadt
July 22, 2019 - The Defense Logistics Agency proved its commitment to employing people with disabilities by dominating the Defense Department’s 2018 Workforce Recruitment Program Awards in a July 18 ceremony in Alexandria, Virginia. The agency placed in all four categories for the first time and was named WRP Component of the Year for the second year. 

Train(ing) keeps a rollin'
Material Examiner and Identifier Joseph Davis Jr. uses a 10k extended boom forklift at the Overseas Contingency Operations Readiness Training exercise site in Fort Custer, Michigan, in June. The annual two-week training teams agency military and civilian expeditionary personnel to support real-world military units and government customers while building field skills to bring disposal support directly to the warfighter.
July 22, 2019 - Another year, another summer exercise successfully in the books as agency civilians and military reserve personnel train together for the potential call to duty in faraway places.

Small Businesses receive answers to questions during event
Supervisory Purchasing Agent Jessica Reichard and Contract Specialist and Bangor Team Lead Andrea Hart spoke to small businesses about Defense Logistics Agency Maritime - Puget Sound focusing on how suppliers can do business with DLA during a July 17 “Meet the Buyers” event in Bremerton, Washington.
July 19, 2019 - DLA Land and Maritime detachment at Puget Sound participated in the “Meet the Buyers” small business outreach event in Bremerton, Washington, July 17. “Every time we attend an event like this, one of the key takeaways is an increased vendor pool across every socioeconomic category,” Hart said. “New vendors are able to learn about the many resources available to them, and how to successfully supply correct information when quoting DLA requirements. This provides immeasurable intrinsic value in ensuring DLA Maritime – Puget Sound is able to maximize contract award dollars to small business concerns.”

Strategy set to strengthen supply-chain security
DLA has developed a strategy to protect the security of its supply chain against multiple threats. Logo by Angela Shannon.
July 18, 2019 - Interruption of the Defense Logistics Agency supply chain operations compromises the nation’s ability to execute critical missions. DLA’s supply-chain security strategy is the roadmap for how the agency will address those security challenges.

DLA Installation Management Susquehanna Fire and Emergency Services takes advantage of unique training opportunity
DLA Susquehanna firefighters rush to stop the spread of a controlled burn during training structural burn training.
July 18, 2019 - As good stewards of the taxpayers’ dollars, the Defense Logistics Agency is always looking to fully

Military Housing Demolition underway at Defense Distribution Center Susquehanna
David Fetzner, construction control representative, supervises the demolition of DLA Susquehanna base housing at the agency's New Cumberland, Pa. facility.
July 17, 2019 - The world was a much different place when military housing was constructed at the New Cumberland

Leadership lessons for lunch
Defense Logistics Agency Land and Maritime acting Deputy Commander and Acquisition Executive Mark Brown shared his experience on the subject of leadership with associates during the “Brown Bag Lunch Leadership Conversation.” The event was hosted by the Leadership Development Council July 10 in the Operations Center Cardinal room at the Defense Supply Center Columbus.
July 16, 2019 - DLA Land and Maritime acting Deputy Commander and Acquisition Executive Mark Brown shared his experience on the subject of leadership with more than 30 military and civilian DLA Land and Maritime associates during the “Brown Bag Lunch Leadership Conversation.” The event was hosted by the Leadership Development Council July 10 in the Operations Center Cardinal Room at DSCC.

Supporting Apollo 11
Astronaut Buzz Aldrin, lunar module pilot, stands on the surface of the moon near the leg of the lunar module, Eagle, during the Apollo 11 moonwalk. Astronaut Neil Armstrong, mission commander, took this photograph with a 70mm lunar surface camera. While Armstrong and Aldrin descended in the lunar module to explore the Sea of Tranquility, astronaut Michael Collins, command module pilot, remained in lunar orbit with the Command and Service Module, Columbia.
July 16, 2019 - Fifty years ago, Defense Supply Agency in Cameron Station – the predecessor agency of Defense Logistics Agency – supported the first manned mission to land on the Moon receiving written appreciation from NASA's director and an Apollo 11 astronaut.

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