DLA Headquarters News

March 8, 2022

DLA shifts major system to the cloud

The Defense Logistics Agency’s Information Operations team completed the migration of its Enterprise Resource Planning system from on-premises to the cloud in February, a move aimed at improving IT reliability and aligning DLA’s Digital-Business Transformation strategy.

March 1, 2022

Nominations for DLA Hall of Fame due April 22

Current and former DLA employees have until April 22 to submit nominations of former employees for the 2022 DLA Hall of Fame, which recognizes those with significant, enduring contributions to the agency.

Feb. 24, 2022

New Industry Engagement Plan maintains DLA’s focus on strong partnerships

Enabling and supporting a secure defense industrial base remains a DLA priority according to an updated Industry Engagement Plan that outlines five focus areas expected to facilitate better acquisition outcomes.  

Feb. 22, 2022

Black History Month Spotlight: DLA Chief of Staff Eric Smith

DLA Chief of Staff Eric Smith shares his experience growing up in the segregated south and encourages employees to work toward collective solutions to enduring inequalities.

Feb. 17, 2022

Black History Month Spotlight: Gloria Edward

Gloria Edwards, DLA Research & Development’s Subsistence Network program manager, has found a meaningful mission and supportive team at the agency.

Feb. 14, 2022

Deployer spotlight: Anthony Barlow

Blending industrial and tactical safety principles into operations is paramount to success in military operations, and a DLA Support Team-Middle East safety and occupational health specialist is helping to do just that. 

Feb. 11, 2022

Black History Month Spotlight: Barry Humphrey

Barry Humphrey, leader of DLA Research and Development’s Logistics Technology Research program, takes pride in being a mentor who shares the lessons he’s learned along his education and career paths.

Feb. 10, 2022

COVID-19 Coordination Team leads DLA workforce through pandemic 

DLA's COVID-19 Coordination Team has worked since its creation in March 2020 to anticipate the virus’ next move and establish DLA policies that protect employees while allowing the agency to continue its mission.

Feb. 9, 2022

DLA’s charter evolves over time, mirrors the Constitution

Like the nation it serves, DLA is governed by a foundational document that assigns authorities, lists functions and defines relationships

Jan. 31, 2022

New Back to Basics framework emphasizes career-long learning for acquisition staff 

The one-size-fits-all approach to training used by acquisition professionals throughout the DOD is shifting to a new framework that emphasizes basic knowledge and skills followed by job- or role-specific education.

Jan. 20, 2022

Joint Reserve Force empowers agency staffs to meet missions

Behind DLA's 26,000 employees are 667 reservists providing daily mission support that translates into warfighter readiness.

Jan. 13, 2022

Documentary showcases DLA’s 60 years as DOD logistics provider

A new 30-minute documentary proves wrong the early skeptics who thought a largely civilian organization could never handle the challenge of consolidating supplies and logistics services for the entire Defense Department.

Jan. 11, 2022

New video features latest DLA Hall of Fame inductees 

Five former DLA employees who spearheaded innovation in logistics support and set agency values are celebrated in a virtual DLA Hall of Fame Induction Program. 

Jan. 10, 2022

Final week of CFC: $48K still needed to meet goal

Almost $48,000 are needed for DLA employees in the national capital region to meet their Combined Federal Campaign goal of $300,000 by Jan. 15. 

Jan. 10, 2022

2021 DLA Hall of Fame includes leader of electronic document transformation 

DLA's champion of electronic document management is among five inductees to the 2021 DLA Hall of Fame.