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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

DLA, DoD IT professionals share business system practices, efficiencies
Leaders from DLA Information Operations hosted colleagues from the Air Force, Navy, Army and various Department of Defense agencies at the Cross Service Program Executive Officer Summit in Chantilly, Virginia, in May. The summit gives attendees the chance to seek efficiencies in business systems across the department.
June 14, 2019 - Defense Logistics Agency senior leaders hosted colleagues from the services and various Department of Defense agencies at the Cross Service Program Executive Officer Summit in Chantilly, Virginia, in May.

Safety officials share tips to avoid work-related mishaps
The three most common types of mishaps for DLA employees are all preventable. They include being caught in or between and struck by objects; slips, trips and falls; and overexertion.
June 13, 2019 - DLA employees experienced 694 mishaps in 2018 resulting in employees being away from work 1,321 days and having 5,241 days of restricted duty. Injuries affected employees’ personal lives and their co-workers, and hindered DLA’s ability to accomplish its mission.

Marines, DLA face challenges, strengthen partnership
Lt. Gen. Charles Chiarotti, deputy commandant of installations and logistics for the Marine Corps and Army Lt. Gen. Darrell Williams, director of DLA shake hands following a successful Marine Corps-DLA Day. Photo by Teodora Mocanu.
June 13, 2019 - Defense Logistics Agency Director Army Lt. Gen. Darrell Williams met with Marine Corps leaders and staff June 12 at DLA’s headquarters to discuss how they could grow their partnership and improve support during the annual Marine Corps-DLA Day.

HQC employees honor soldiers past, present at Army birthday celebration
Army Air Corps Master Sgt. Harry Miller (middle) and Army Sgt. 1st Class Rafael Lopez (right), both veterans of World War II, the Korean War and Vietnam War, salute the U.S. flag during a celebration of the Army’s 244th birthday at the McNamara Headquarters Complex June 11. Photo by Teodora Mocanu
June 12, 2019 - McNamara Heaquarters Complex employees celebrated the Army's 244th birthday June 11 with veterans of the Armed Forces Retirement Home in Washington, D.C., and soldiers from the Warrior Transition Unit on Fort Belvoir, Virginia, present.

DLA provides the food that fuels Marines
Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, South Carolina turns recruits into Marines. Food is the fuel that helps recruits stay healthy for the demands of rigorous training.
June 7, 2019 - Food is the fuel that helps Marine recruits and careerists stay healthy for the demands of rigorous training and combat operations throughout their career.

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