The DLA Director provides guidance and messages on topics concerning DLA, its customers, vendors and employees.
Acquisition manages the establishment and operations of procurement policy and oversight for DLA's 5.2 million items managed. With about $34 billion in annual sales, DLA buys, stores and distributes food, fuel, uniform apparel, pharmaceutical, medical and surgical products and equipment and weapons system repair parts for the military services and other customers worldwide. Its mission also includes DLA Strategic Materials, which provides operational oversight of the Defense National Stockpile.
The Office of the Chaplain provides religious logistics support for Religious Affairs personnel, enabling the free exercise of religion across the Department of Defense.
Equal Employment Opportunity Office issues policy, provides information, guidance and leadership to DLA's managers and supervisors in implementing EEO law and higher-level EEO directives throughout DLA.
Finance is responsible for obtaining and allocating resources, analyzing execution, providing fiscal guidance and advice to support the agency, its business areas, and its field activities in accomplishing DLA's mission in a manner that provides the best return on investment to the taxpayer.
General Counsel is provider of legal services to the logistics community.
Human Resources advises and assists the Corporate Board in building and sustaining an exceptional civilian and military workforce within DLA.
Information Operations serves as the DLA knowledge broker, providing comprehensive, best practice technological support to the Department of Defense/DLA Logistics Business Community, resulting in expert-quality information systems, efficient and economical computing, data management, electronic business, and telecommunication services.
Installation Management provides specialized support services to DLA headquarters and its primary-level field activities, to include personnel and physical security, environmental management, safety, facilities and installation management, engineering, and military construction projects, as well as sustainment, restoration and maintenance projects.
Intelligence provides enterprisewide agency policy, program and worldwide operational support for the following programs: Intelligence, Counterintelligence, Special Security Office, Special Programs, Personnel Security, Information Security, Operations Security, Industrial Security, and Foreign Disclosure. Act as the principal advisor to assist the DLA director, the senior staff, and the commanders of DLA primary-level field activities on the development and implementation of agency intelligence and specified security policies and programs.
The Joint Reserve Force is responsible for managing DLA's available workforce of military reserve personnel.
Legislative Affairs provides advice and assistance to the DLA director, vice-director, executive board members and field activities on all matters with respect to congressional, White House and all national, state and local political activities bearing on agency mission and operations.
Logistics Operations engages customers around the world to maximize readiness and logistics combat power by leveraging an enterprise solution. Operations and sustainment build value for warfighters and the enterprise by establishing mutually rewarding customer relationships and ensuring customer focus throughout DLA.
Public Affairs provides world-class communications support to all aspects of DLA. The office supports the DoD goal to provide timely and accurate information so that the public, congress and news media can understand the facts about national security and defense strategy. It also responds to requests for information from organizations and private citizens, as well as serves as the DLA director’s principal spokesperson.
The Office of the Inspector General is provides effective and efficient worldwide support to warfighters and other customers by providing DLA leadership with facts and recommendations through expert audit and investigative services to help them mitigate agency risk, improve processes, ensure compliance and optimize resources.
The Office of Small Business Programs is responsible for ensuring small businesses have an equitable, fair and impartial opportunity to participate in the DLA Acquisition Program.
DLA Transformation is responsible for the oversight of all agency strategic initiatives, transformation and modernization efforts.