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Document Services Online (DSO) is a web-based e-commerce site that allows customers to shop and order our products and services online. DSO offers convenient and personalized features including agency storefronts, program catalogs, simplified funding process, print job preview, and personalized products.

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WebFLIS is a web-based version of the Federal Logistics Information System providing essential information about supply items including the National Stock Number, the item name, manufacturers and suppliers (including part numbers). This information is used by DLA, military services, and United States Government sponsored contractors doing business with the U.S. Government.  WebFLIS provides essential information about supply items including the National Stock Number, the item name, manufacturers and suppliers (including part numbers), through a web interface connected to FLIS data. This information will be primarily used by DLA, military services, and United States Government sponsored contractors doing business with the U.S. Government.

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FedMall is an eCommerce ordering system for DOD, 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 (GSA) assets to commercial off-the-shelf products.

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DLA News

Strategy set to strengthen supply-chain security
DLA has developed a strategy to protect the security of its supply chain against multiple threats. Graphic by Paul H. Crank.
July 18, 2019 - Interruption of the Defense Logistics Agency supply chain operations compromises the nation’s ability to execute critical missions. DLA’s supply-chain security strategy is the roadmap for how the agency will address those security challenges.

Supporting Apollo 11
Astronaut Buzz Aldrin, lunar module pilot, stands on the surface of the moon near the leg of the lunar module, Eagle, during the Apollo 11 moonwalk. Astronaut Neil Armstrong, mission commander, took this photograph with a 70mm lunar surface camera. While Armstrong and Aldrin descended in the lunar module to explore the Sea of Tranquility, astronaut Michael Collins, command module pilot, remained in lunar orbit with the Command and Service Module, Columbia.
July 16, 2019 - Fifty years ago, Defense Supply Agency in Cameron Station – the predecessor agency of Defense Logistics Agency – supported the first manned mission to land on the Moon receiving written appreciation from NASA's director and an Apollo 11 astronaut.

Federal laws steer DLA mission, business practices
The Defense Logistics Agency has been affected by Congress as much as the executive branch during its 58-year history. While some of the influence has come through oversight, the majority resulted from legislation that determined how the agency is structured, operates and employs its workforce.
July 10, 2019 - The Defense Logistics Agency has been affected by Congress as much as the executive branch during its 58-year history. While some of the influence has come through oversight, the majority resulted from legislation that determined how the agency is structured, operates and employs its workforce. 

Employees should remain vigilant during the 2019 Independence Day holiday
Employees are urged to remain vigilant and safe during the 2019 Independence Day holiday.
July 3, 2019 - Employees in the Washington, D.C., area should be aware of heightened security due to this year’s "Salute to America" celebration on July 4th as President Donald Trump is set to honor the country's armed forces with military demonstrations and flyovers in addition to other festivities and the annual fireworks display.

DLA welcomes six new Hall of Fame members
DLA Director Army Lt. Gen. Darrell Williams and Navy Command Master Chief Shaun Brahmsteadt flank the 2019 DLA Hall of Fame inductees: Lora Conrad, retired Navy Vice Adm. Mark Harnitchek, retired Army Maj. Gen. Michael Lally III, Dorothy Jean Lohr, Patrick McCormick and Sharon Murphy. Photo by Teodora Mocanu.
June 28, 2019 - The Defense Logistics Agency Director inducted six new members into the agency’s Hall of Fame in a June 26 ceremony. DLA Director Army Lt. Gen. Darrell Williams called the deserving employees "game changers."

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