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, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, Space Force, Coast Guard, 11 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
View all DLA applications View a list of all DLA applications in one spot, from ASSIST to WEBVLIPS

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

Port Hueneme’s team supports annual Antarctic resupply mission
Motor Vessel Ocean Giant, one of two ships being utilized for this year’s Operation Deep Freeze, is loaded with provisions it will carry to Antarctica in support of the National Science Foundation’s ongoing mission. The annual trek is supported by Defense Logistics Agency Distribution San Diego, Calif., at Port Hueneme where supplies are crated and packed for transport.
Jan. 24, 2020 - Defense Logistics Agency Distribution San Diego, California’s satellite site at Port Hueneme, California, completed its annual packing, packaging, preservation and marking mission in support of the National Science Foundation’s “Operation Deep Freeze.”

Agency data still solving mysteries
Logistics data expertise from the Defense Logistics Agency recently helped investigators confirm a piece of wreckage may be from a Vietnam-era RF-4C Phantom aircraft like the two shown in flight during a Gallant Eagle exercise in 1988.
Jan. 23, 2020 - There are millions of items no longer used by the Defense Department that still have some value – that is the data about them still serves a purpose.

Disposition director calls for balanced effort in 2020
DLA Disposition Services Director Mike Cannon addresses the workforce in Battle Creek, Michigan, January 21.
Jan. 22, 2020 - Michael Cannon recently encouraged the DLA Disposition Services workforce to consider how they prioritize and juggle their workplace duties, agency mission goals, and their lives.

Twenty-four DLA Distribution employees recognized for contributions to DLA large team award
Defense Logistics Agency Director Army Lt. Gen. Darrell K. Williams (left) presents the Defense Logistics Agency’s 2018 Large Team Award to team member Army Col. Carl Mason during a December 2019 awards presentation at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. The award recognizes contributions to military and interagency response to national missions carried out from June 1, 2018, through May 31, 2019 which include a devastating tropical cyclone and demanding wildland fire season; ongoing requirements for the southwestern border mission and one of the most challenging operational years of defense support of civil authorities on record.
Jan. 22, 2020 - Personnel across Defense Logistics Agency, including 24 from DLA Distribution, were recently awarded the DLA Team Performance Award-Large Team Category award for their contributions to military and interagency response to national missions carried out from June 1, 2018, through May 31, 2019.

MLK’s call to service observed in Battle Creek
Battle Creek Schools Superintendent Kim Carter (left) and Air Force Lt. Col. Donald Davenport (right) share their thoughts on the meaning of service and leadership during an MLK Day event in Battle Creek, Michigan, January 16.
Jan. 21, 2020 - Federal employees at the Hart-Dole-Inouye Federal Center gathered January 16 to observe Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and remember the civil rights icon’s call to national and community service.

He had a dream
Each year on the third Monday in January, the MLK Day of Service is observed as a federal holiday encouraging people to channel Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and teachings to make a positive impact on our communities. Graphic courtesy of nationalservice.gov
Jan. 17, 2020 - In observance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and legacy, DLA employees gathered for a two-day viewing of the documentary “King in the Wilderness” at the McNamara Headquarters Complex, Fort Belvoir, Virginia, Jan. 15 and 16.

Disaster relief equipment bound for Bahamas
Material Examiner and Identifier Jimmy White prepares Bahamas-bound diesel engine generators for shipment at the DLA Disposition Services Letterkenny site in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania in January. The Bahamas’ National Emergency Management Agency will distribute the four portable U.S. Army excess units to help support victims of Hurricane Dorian, one of the strongest ever Atlantic storms to make landfall when it slammed into the Bahamas in September 2019.
Jan. 17, 2020 - Excess U.S. Army diesel generators were recently donated to a non-profit for distribution to hurricane-affected portions of the Bahamas.

DLA to modernize warehouse operations 
Korey Leese, material handler supervisor for Defense Logistics Agency Distribution, assembles a combat medical kit, one of several types of kits the agency provides. Medical kit assemblies range in size from small first aid kits to large mobile field hospitals, and may include both medical and nonmedical items.
Jan. 16, 2020 - The Defense Logistics Agency is keeping up with innovation and technology changes in warehouse operations by leveraging commercial, off-the-shelf software by SAP.

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