This page contains dated documents pertinent to implementation of the Defense Logistics Management Standards (DLMS) implementation and migration from the Defense Logistics Standard Systems (DLSS).
1. Migration to DLMS:
The Under Secretary of Defense
(with attachment) on Migration to the DLMS and Elimination of the Military Standard Systems (MILS) (also known as Defense Logistics Standard Systems (DLSS))
requires action to eliminate the generation and transmission of logistics transactions using the 80-character MILS formats. The data-limited MILS formats prevent tracking an item throughout its
life cycle across the entire supply chain using Unique Identifiers (UIDs) and other business transformation initiatives. The related Defense Logistics Management Standards Office
provides additional information associated with this process.
The following are related guidance, information, DoD Component plans from DRID #48 and UID/DLMS migration, migration waivers submitted,
and questions related to DLMS migration. See related
from Office of the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense, Transportation Policy.
DRID 48 Related Documents
a. Defense Reform Inititiative Directive (DRID) #48 :
b. LMI - Component-Unique Requirements Study
c. DRID #48 DoD Component/Migration:
d. Migration Waivers submitted/status:
e. UID/DLMS Workshop Documents, March 9-10, 2004:
f. EDI related documents:
2. DLMS Implementation
Kickoff Meeting, 25 Jan 07:
3. Historical Documents
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