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Nov. 18, 2021

DLA CFC off to strong start in the national capital area

DLA employees in the national capital area are almost 35% toward reaching their 2021 Combined Federal Campaign goal of $300,000.

Nov. 12, 2021

Celebrating 60 years: DLA balances reform, provision after 9/11

This is the sixth in a “Celebrating 60 years” series of seven articles highlighting DLA’s support to America’s military since the agency was created Oct. 1, 1961.

Nov. 5, 2021

WWII veteran’s grave rediscovered thanks to DLA Land and Maritime associate’s efforts

A Defense Logistics Agency Land and Maritime employee is generating a lot of buzz around the world this week. Army veteran and DLA Land and Maritime Customer Account Specialist Nathan Reynolds is being lauded across the globe for his instrumental efforts to rediscover the gravesite of World War II veteran Arthur Lewis and ensure the delivery of a proper gravestone marking his service. 

Nov. 5, 2021

Celebrating 60 years: DLA contributes to DOD initiatives in the 1990s

This is the fifth in a “Celebrating 60 years” series of seven articles highlighting DLA’s support to America’s military since the agency was created Oct. 1, 1961.

Nov. 4, 2021

Daylight saving time: Fall back this Sunday

Daylight saving time begins the second Sunday in March and ends the first Sunday in November, when clocks are adjusted one hour back to standard time.

Nov. 4, 2021

DLA employee makes wishes come true through CFC

DLA's deputy chief of readiness for nuclear support has given over $7,000 to the CFC -- enough to pay for one child with a life-threatening condition to have a wish of his or her choosing granted by the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

Nov. 2, 2021

New human resources director shares first impressions, leadership philosophy

Sharyn Saunders plans to uphold her enduring desire to make a difference in people's lives as the new director of DLA Human Resources.

Oct. 29, 2021

Celebrating 60 years: DLA directors address procurement, management challenges in the 1980s

This is the fourth in a “Celebrating 60 years” series of seven articles highlighting DLA’s support to America’s military since the agency was created Oct. 1, 1961.

Oct. 27, 2021

DLA ready to ship vaccines for DOD children overseas

DLA is ready to receive, pack and ship Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for Defense Department children ages 5 to 11 upon final approval by the Food and Drug Administration and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention expected early next week.

Oct. 26, 2021

DOD logistics agency touches American lives 

From crackers and sanitation kits for America’s fallout shelters during the Cold War to COVID-19 supplies so direly needed in every state and town, DLA has the power to provide essentials in the nation’s time of need. 

Oct. 22, 2021

DLA contracting strategies offer tailored, flexible solutions

DLA Captains of Industry/Supplier Capabilities Contracts are umbrella contracts that incorporate multiple funding lines and contract types. It was a natural choice for the Army’s request that DLA help streamline support for Chinook helicopter blades.

Oct. 22, 2021

Celebrating 60 years: DLA receives worldwide responsibilities, reacts to domestic events in the 1970s

This is the third in a “Celebrating 60 years” series of seven articles highlighting DLA’s support to America’s military since the agency was created Oct. 1, 1961.

Oct. 21, 2021

DLA kicks off 2021 CFC campaign with $300,000 goal

The 2021 Combined Federal Campaign is underway at Defense Logistics Agency Headquarters with a goal of $300,000 in monetary contributions. 

Oct. 15, 2021

Celebrating 60 years: DLA proves itself in the 1960s

This is the second in a “Celebrating 60 years” series of seven articles highlighting DLA’s support to America’s military since the agency was created Oct. 1, 1961.

Oct. 14, 2021

DLA exceeds small business goal for ninth consecutive year, expands access in underutilized business zones

DLA small business officials have expanded their reach in a challenging subcategory: historically underutilized business zones. This is the first time in a decade that DLA has exceeded its 3% goal for awarding contracts in the HUBZone program.