COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 10, 2018 —
Release No. 180510-01
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Central Ohio schools can receive free computer equipment through the Defense Logistics Agency’s Computers For Learning program.
Thousands of pieces of computer equipment including monitors, CPUs, projectors, keyboards and more are now available at several locations in Ohio due in part to a nationwide Air Force IT upgrade.
Interested schools and educational nonprofit organizations can find more information on this program and register at www.dla.mil/dispositionservices/offers/reutilization/cfl.
Once registered, schools participating in the CFL program can browse the available equipment and select what they need. All property distributed through the program is at no cost to the recipient.
The CFL program allows government agencies to donate surplus computers and equipment to eligible schools and educational nonprofits serving students in pre-kindergarten through 12th grade.
For assistance, contact the CFL Program Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or 269-961-5439.
For 100 years, the Defense Supply Center Columbus has been a vital logistics center, providing support to U.S. forces and other federal agencies across the globe. As DSCC’s largest tenant, Defense Logistics Agency Land and Maritime maintains command oversight of the installation. DLA Land and Maritime manages more than 2 million unique inventory parts to support several thousand multiservice weapons systems and the Warfighters who rely on them. Find more news and information at www.dla.mil/landandmaritime