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DLA 60th Anniversary: Employee Spotlight, Doris Cabbell
When Doris Cabbell started working for DLA, it was called the Defense Supply Agency.
Nov. 24, 2021 - DLA is celebrating 60 years of logistics support since it was created Oct. 1, 1961. The theme is “Forged by History, Focused on the Future.” In this story, we highlight DLA Information Operations employee Doris Cabbell.

DLA 60th Anniversary: Employee Spotlight, Paula Ritorto
Paula Ritorto started working for DLA in 1980.
Nov. 22, 2021 - DLA is celebrating 60 years of logistics support since it was created Oct. 1, 1961. The theme is “Forged by History, Focused on the Future.” In this story, we highlight DLA Information Operations employee Paula Ritorto who has been with the agency for 41 years.

DLA lauded for maximizing communication technology for disabled employees
The Defense Logistics Agency received the “Award for Achievement in Ensuring Accessible Information and Communication Technology in the Workplace” at the Pentagon Oct. 7, 2021.
Nov. 18, 2021 - DLA has received a coveted technology award given to Defense Department components for achievements in employing individuals with disabilities.

DLA prepares for future needs with Digital-Business Transformation
The Defense Logistics Agency is leveraging emerging technologies in cloud-based computing, customer service and supply chain modernization with its Digital-Business Transformation, or D-BX. With an average system age of 10-15 years, modernization is necessary for streamlining operational management and incorporating new technologies that will advance the nation’s strategic edge.
Oct. 12, 2021 - The Defense Logistics Agency is leveraging emerging technologies in cloud-based computing, customer service and supply chain modernization with its Digital-Business Transformation, or D-BX.

FedMall users must have active status by Oct. 12 or lose account access
Military and federal agency customers who use FedMall to order items like repair parts and basic office supplies must log in to their accounts to maintain an active status before Oct. 12 to ensure continued access when the e-commerce site moves to a new platform in November.
Oct. 6, 2021 - Military and federal agency customers who use FedMall must log in to their accounts to maintain an active status before Oct. 12 to ensure continued access when the e-commerce site moves to a new platform in November.