DLA Disposition Services News

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Archive: June, 2022

June 30, 2022

Employee Reflection: Pollyanna Reedy

Get to know Management and Program Analyst Pollyanna Reedy

June 28, 2022

DLA-MARCORLOGCOM Partnership Promises Improved Logistics Support to I MEF Through SONGS Collaboration

U.S. Marine Corps Logistics Command (MARCORLOGCOM) is collaborating with Defense Logistics Agency Disposition Services to explore operational level logistics support to I MEF on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton (MCBCP), Calif.

June 28, 2022

Employee Reflections: Kevin Sparks

Get to know Environmental Specialist Kevin Sparks

June 27, 2022

Site Spotlight: DLA Disposition Services at Ft. Sill

Get to know more about the Ft. Sill Disposition Services site.

June 24, 2022

Property disposal team to get new deputy

U.S. Army Col. Andre L. Toussaint has been selected as the next Defense Logistics Agency Disposition Services deputy director.

June 24, 2022

Employee Reflection: Carlos Chapman

Get to know Carlos Chapman Jr Warehouse Supervisor for DLA Disposition Services at Fort Hood, Texas.

June 23, 2022

Site Spotlight: Colorado Springs

Get to know more about the Colorado Springs Disposition Services site.

June 23, 2022

Employee Spotlight: Alfreda Hopkins

Get to know Alfreda Hopkins, Management and Program Analyst

June 21, 2022

Employee Reflection: L. Elaine “DT1” Major

Get to know DSD Resource Analyst L. Elaine “DT1” Major

June 20, 2022

Site Spotlight: Fort Riley

Get to know more about the Ft. Riley Disposition Services site.

June 19, 2022

PaCE Spotlight: Sabrina Young

The Pathways to Career Excellence Program for DLA Disposition Services is a two-year program that takes PaCERs through all of Disposition Services and its processes to learn as much as possible about the directorate. The first year takes place at DLA Disposition Services Headquarters in Battle Creek, Michigan, and the second year either takes place in Battle Creek for Contracting PaCERs or at an assigned field site for Property Disposal PaCERs. PaCERs begin as general schedule 7s, move to GS-9s at the end of their first year, and graduate the program as GS-11s. There are multiple pathways to becoming a PaCER, including being hired internally, as a recent graduate, or from military service.

June 17, 2022

Site Spotlight: Red River

Get to know more about the Red River Disposition Services site.

June 16, 2022

Employee Reflection: Larry Kinley

Get to know Environmental Protection Specialist Larry Kinley

June 15, 2022

Battle Creek field tests new Warehouse Management System components

Senior leaders of Disposition Services in Battle Creek, Michigan, field tested a Warehouse Management System component.

June 15, 2022

Leadership Reflection: Marc Wilson

Get to know DSD Mid-America Deputy Director Marc Wilson