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With DLA's management of nine supply chains and about 5 million items — as well as its storage, distribution and disposal missions — there are many ways to work with DLA. The following list provides the most frequently used DLA applications. The list is arranged alphabetically, and selecting the name of an application will show more information about it.
For any questions about accessing a particular application, please visit the specific application's information page, or contact the DLA Customer Interaction Center for further assistance.
While most computers automatically recognize public Certification Authorities (CAs) that are trusted to validate the identity of the secure (HTTPS) websites, many .MIL sites are verified through private DoD CAs whose certificates require manual installation by a local system administrator. IT departments within the DoD typically install and update these certificates for their employees automatically, but there are occasions that updates do not reach all user workstations and a manual installation becomes necessary.
Non-DoD agencies, private sector organizations and home users do not typically have DoD CA certificates installed on their computers and will more than likely be required to complete the steps on the Defense Acquisition University (DAU) guide in order to access many DLA resources.
ASSIST is a robust, comprehensive web site used by standardization management activities to develop, coordinate, distribute, and manage defense and federal specifications and standards, military handbooks, commercial item descriptions, data item descriptions, and related technical documents prepared in accordance with the policies and procedures of the Defense Standardization Program (DSP). Besides DoD-prepared documents, ASSIST also has selected international standardization agreements, such as NATO standards ratified by the United States and International Test Operating Procedures. Since it always has the most current information, ASSIST is the official source for specifications and standards used by the Department of Defense.
A Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) code is a unique identifier assigned to suppliers to various government or defense agencies, as well as to government agencies themselves and also various organizations. CAGE codes provide a standardized method of identifying a given facility at a specific location.
Access the DLA Energy CIS
The Contract Information System is a listing of the contract awards for DLA Energy. Some examples of contracts posted include those for Posts, camps and stations; Into-plane; and Ships' bunkers. Within the CIS are the Into Plane Contract Information System and the Bunkers and PC&S Contract Information System.
Access DEMIL Coding
Demilitarization (DEMIL) Coding allows users to research DEMIL codes, request a review and verification of Federal Logistics Information System (FLIS) DEMIL codes or find a Department of Defense Demilitarization Management Coding Office (DDCMO) point of contact.
The DLA Internet Bid Board System (DIBBS) is a web-based application that provides the capability to search for, view, and submit secure quotes on Requests For Quotations (RFQs) for DLA items of supply. DIBBS also allows users to search and view Request For Proposals (RFPs), Invitations For Bid (IFBs), Awards and other procurement information related to DLA.
(A Common Access Card is required for access)
The DLA Troop Support Medical Master Online (DMMOnline) Catalog is a business portal for working with DLA Troop Support's medical supply chain. It provides access to the Prime Vendor Program, the Pharmaceuticals Program, the Medical/Surgical Program, the Equipment Program, the Readiness Program, and the Medical Electronic Catalog (ECAT).
The Electronic Cataloging (E-Cat) is a DLA Logistics Information Services web-based application designed to allow registered users the ability to query the status of cataloging requests and submit requests for catalog action.
eDocs provides an electronic repository for forms, directions and other DLA documents.
(A Common Access Card is required for access)
The Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW) replaced the DLA Fusion Center as the EBS Portal. The EBS Portal uses advanced role-based capabilities to provide a familiar user interface to make it easy for you to work with EBS applications using a single point of access. Features include a single point of access for all EBS applications, role-based access to EBS functionality, thin client interface, ability to search Online Help for specific topics, and launch R/3 transaction screens in separate window.
Access the EEBP
The DLA Enterprise External Business Portal (EEBP) provides industry and military service personnel with centralized access to DLA Business Services. It serves as a portal to work with: Engineering Support Activities (ESA), Data Demand Exchange/Customer Collaboration (DDE/CE), Real Property/Installation Support, Disposition Services, Energy Commodity Support, the Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW), the DLA Customer Assistance Handbook, the DoD Shelf-Life Extension System (SLES), and the Strategic Materials Sales Portal.
Access the EBS Supplier Information Resource Center
The EBS Supplier Information Resource Center allows suppliers access to view and update their information, and provides supplier resources and notices.
DLA Disposition Services has developed a web-based Electronic Turn-in Document (ETID). It is an electronic method for preparing a disposal turn-in document (DD Form 1348-1A). The intent of the web-based document is to simplify and improve the turn-in process and designed for those generators who manually prepare the DD Form 1348-1A. ETID is a major step towards DLA’s goal of moving information, not property.
Access FED LOG
FED LOG is a CD-ROM or DVD tool to retrieve management, part/reference number, supplier, Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE), freight, Interchangeability and Substitutability (I&S) and characteristics information recorded against National Stock Numbers (NSN). FED LOG also provides service unique data for additional search capabilities.
FedMall provides access to requisitions, research, and tracking tools for DLA inventory. It is an eCommerce ordering system for Department of Defense, federal, state, and authorized local agencies to search for and acquire products from government reserves and commercial sources. Buyers will have access to tens of millions of individual items of supply, from centrally managed DoD and General Service Administration assets to commercial off-the-shelf products.
Access the H2 information page
The H2 Federal Supply Classification (FSC) directory defines Federal Supply Groups (FSG) and FSCs, cross references them, and is published to CD-ROM on demand of the program manager when sufficient changes have occurred. You may search the H2 by keyword, FSG or FSC.
Access the H6 information page
The H6 is the Item Name Directory that are in use for NSN assignment. It defines the names and cross references the Item Name Codes (INC) and FSC (Federal Supply Classes). It is used by both internal catalogers and outside customers and each INC provides an Item Identification Guide on how NSNs can answer characteristic data about items categorized under that specific Item Name.
The Hazardous Materials Information Resource System (HMIRS) Next Generation (NextGen) is a Department of Defense automated system developed and maintained by DLA. HMIRS NextGen is the authoritative source for Safety Data Sheets (SDS) for the United States Government military services and civil agencies, per DODI 6050.05. It also contains Government unique value-added information input by the service/agency focal points. This value-added data includes HAZCOM warning labels and transportation information. The system assists federal government personnel who handle, store, transport, use, or dispose of hazardous materials.
(A Common Access Card is required for access)
The IGC program is a partnership between the U.S. Transportation Command and the Defense Logistics Agency. USTRANSCOM's Global Transportation Network (GTN) and DLA's Enterprise Business System have "converged" to provide DOD with an integrated set of networked, end-to-end visibility, deployment, and distribution capabilities. The end goal of IGC is to effectively support the Joint Force Commander's ability to make decisions based on actionable logistics information. IGC creates a single source for HQ DLA and USTRANSCOM to access common, authoritative data, business standards, and information. As the USTRANSCOM ITV System of Record, IGC is syncronized with several other USTRANSCOM Distribution Process Owner (DPO) initiatives, such as Agile Transportation for the 21st Century or AT21.
The Interactive Government Industry Data Edit Review (iGIRDER) is a manufacturers tool (database) that allows manufacturers, vendors and suppliers the ability to review and (or) update product information that is recorded in the Federal Catalog System (FCS).
The Item Identification Guides (IIG) is a listing that outlines the characteristics data requirements for approved item names to accurately describe items of supply. It also provides official notification of FSC actions (C/F Letters) as well as the link to the DD180 Characteristic Action PDF form.
The Invoice, Receipt, Acceptance, and Property Transfer (iRAPT) application is part of the Wide Area Workflow e-Business Suite. iRAPT was formerly known as WAWF. iRAPT is a secure, web-based system for electronic invoicing, receipt, and acceptance. iRAPT allows vendors to submit and track invoices and receipt/acceptance documents over the web and allows government personnel to process those invoices in a real-time, paperless environment. It is also the only application that will be used to capture the Unique Identification (UID) of Tangible Items information and Radio Frequency Identification information.
Access the Logistics Data Gateway
The Logistics Data Gateway (LDG) is a DoD-level utility that provides for easy web access to the current and historical data that flows through Defense Automatic Addressing System (DAAS) and provide these data in an integrated fashion. These data, stored in an operational data store/data mart at DAAS, is available to a customer to do operational research via the Internet, analyze data, create reports, track requisitions, monitor trends, and project future needs based on the true demands of the customer. The LDG houses and provides access to the associated supporting logistics data files that are processed and used by the DAAS in the performance of the mission essential functions that are required to edit, validate and route these DoD logistics transactions to their appropriate destination.
Access Material Tracker
(A Common Access Card for access).
Material Tracker is a distribution tool that allows customers to track their Materiel Requisitions Order status using information from the Distribution Standard System.
The Military Engineering Data Asset Locator System (MEDALS) is a web-based indexing system that provides the ability to locate engineering drawings throughout the Department of Defense (DOD) community. MEDALS serves as the central index for DOD technical data. While MEDALS does not contain digital images of the technical drawings, it does provide the location of the images. The drawings are warehoused, maintained, and distributed by image repositories throughout the United States (U.S.). The image repositories supply MEDALS with technical drawing indexing information which MEDALS, in turn, supplies to its customers. Using MEDALS ensures that the user has located ALL versions of the drawing at ALL locations.
PCOLS is a Department of Defensewide, DoD-operated electronic system that Government Purchase Card (GPC) participants use to improve the management and accountability of their GPC Program organizations. It is made of five web-enabled automated tools: Enterprise Monitoring and Management of Accounts (EMMA); Authorization, Issuance and Maintenance (AIM); Data Mining (DM); PCOLS Risk Assessment Dashboard (RAD); and PCOLS Reporting.
Access Prices to Web
Prices to Web is a DLA Energy web-based tool used by vendors to see the fuel price that is in effect for a given delivery date under a specific contract, order and contract line item number. In the system you will find fuel pricing resources for contractors, government activities and natural gas-related contracts.
Access PubLog FLIS Search
The Public Logistics Data on Mobile Media (PUB LOG) Federal Logistics Information System (FLIS) Search is an Information Operations web service intended for use by public entities requiring information about supply items including National Stock Number (NSN), Item Name, Reference/Part Numbers, Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) codes and other Federal logistics data. Available for download from the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Electronic Reading Room, PUB LOG FLIS Search requires no subscription or Common Access Card (CAC) authorization.
PUB LOG is a Logistics Information Services product intended for use by public entities requiring National Stock Number (NSN) information and other cataloging information including Federal Supply Classification (FSC) data and Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) codes. It is an interactive product available on DVD which is updated monthly and available through a subscription process. PUB LOG delivers logistics information on public releasable, portable media. It can be installed on users' workstations or local area network (LAN) using Integrated Mobile Database (IMD) software, integrating multiple database sources. These databases are mastered together into a single cohesive product. Data may be accessed directly from the DVD media or copied to a hard drive or network drive.
The Qualified Products Database (QPD) serves as the official repository for all qualification information in the form of Qualification Data Sets. It is also known as a Qualified Products List (QPL). The QPD contains qualification information regarding products and manufacturers as compiled and maintained by the individual Qualifying Activities. One of the primary goals of QPD is to create an on-line, real-time replacement for paper-based QPL documents. It can provide buyers with assurance that items currently comply with specified requirements. The QPD is a robust application that facilitates frequent updates to qualification data and its immediate availability to users within the standardization community.
The Qualification Part Search is provided as a means of searching qualification data of several specifications that the DLA Land and Maritime Sourcing and Qualifications Division manages. The data provided in this search is being updated as changes occur and may contain information not reflected in the present hard copy version.
Access Quick Search
Quick Search is lets users search for defense and federal specifications and standards, military handbooks, commercial item descriptions, data item descriptions, MS detail drawings, Qualified Product Lists (QPLs), and related technical documents prepared in accordance with the policies and procedures of the Defense Standardization Program (DSP). In most cases, users may download documents that have been cleared for public release. Metadata and files for indexed documents are drawn from ASSIST. Both ASSIST and Quick Search are updated during a nightly process that runs each business day. QPL data is drawn from the Qualified Products Database, which is also updated each business day.
Access the DLA Service Readiness Dashboard
(A Common Access Card is required for access)
The Service Readiness Dashboard merges the military services’ readiness data with DLA business metrics for a near real-time view of the status of key weapons systems and platforms. The dashboard consolidates service-owned data with information from DLA programs like the Enterprise Business System, which the agency uses to conduct daily operations and gives users a snapshot of platforms and weapons systems each military service designates as vital contributors to mission success.
Access the SLES
The Shelf-Life Extension System (SLES) is the DoD Shelf-Life management system for internal shelf-life policy information for the supply chain (life-cycle management) of standard and hazardous shelf-life items contained in the Federal supply system. SLES users search the Materiel Quality Control Storage Standards (MQCSS) and Quality Status List (QSL) databases to view data elements required to determine if a shelf-life NSN can be extended. MQCSS provides guidance on inspection, testing, and storage requirements for Type II extendible shelf-life materiel. MQCSS is the authority for shelf-life extension when visible inspection only is required. QSL contains the results of previously completed laboratory extension testing.
Access Specification Finder
The DLA Land and Maritime Specification Finder is a search tool to help you find standardization documents by selecting device characteristics. If you require certain performance features but do not know which documents meet your needs, the DLA Land and Maritime Specification Finder will help you narrow your search to a few candidate documents. (If you already know the specific document number, you can still use the existing Mil Spec Search, or browse through the Mil Spec Index)
The Subsistence Total Order and Receipt Electronic System (STORES) is DLA Troop Support-Subsistence web-based ordering system that allows customers to create and receipt Subsistence products.
The DLA Distribution Vendor Shipment Module (VSM) is a DLA enterprisewide, web-based system that improves cargo movement from DLA vendors to customers while providing In-Transit Visibility. It streamlines movement through utilization of DLA routing/addressing logic and integrates shipments into the Defense Transportation System (DTS).
WebFLIS provides essential information about supply items including the National Stock Number (NSN), Item Name, Reference/Part Numbers, Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) codes and other Federal logistics data. This application is only accessible by controlled access such as Common Access Card (CAC), External Certificate Authority (ECA), or Federal Bridge authentication. Users can register/obtain roles through the Access Management and Provisioning System (AMPS).
Web Requisitioning (WEBREQ) is a Defense Automatic Addressing System (DAAS) Web product that provides customers a means to input materiel requisitions, cancellations, follow-ups, modifications, and Materiel Obligation Validation (MOV) documents either interactively or input via an ASCII file. WEBREQ also provides status and response documents back to the user.
The DoD WebSDR application supports Defense Logistics Management Standards (DLMS) implementation of SDR procedures. The Supply Discrepancy Report (SDR) is a tool used to report shipping or packaging discrepancies attributable to the responsibility of the shipper, and to provide appropriate responses and resolution. WebSDR enables SDR transaction exchange; provides a web-based entry method to assist users who are not supported by a component DLMS-compliant SDR application; and provides visibility of SDRs for research and trend analysis via management report/query capability.
WEBVLIPS is a web based, access controlled query system that is useable from any Internet attached PC. It accesses the Logistics Online Tracking System (LOTS), a DAAS relational database system, which portrays the life cycle of a logistics action. The WEBVLIPS customer can track requisitions from their release into the DoD pipeline, until the materiel is posted to the accountable records at the destination activity. WEBVLIPS also has the capability to track reports of excess, and the movement of those excesses to the destination depot or disposal. WEBVLIPS integrates information on DoDAAD, MILRI, Source of Supply, DoD Project Code, Port Code, Transaction Status Code, Unit of Issue Code, Signal Code, Hold Code, Advice Code, Condition Code, and Mode Code, to assist the user in tracking a requisition or excess through its life cycle.