FED LOG Survey

If you are familiar with FED LOG and the downloadable version, please take the time to fill out an online survey.

FED LOG FAQs

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  • Modern 64-bit interface
  • Single line query
  • Ranked searching
  • Favorites and recent searches
  • One-click spreadsheet export
  • Visual filtering
  • Representative Query group icons
  • Simplified batch search capability
  • 12 month historical data
     
  • Search for an item based on key characteristic attributes
  • Obtain management data for procurement, requisition, storage, logistical, and management decision usage
  • Determine freight standards
  • Cross-reference part numbers and stock numbers
  • Create batch searches and run large amounts of data
  • Customize data to meet specific requirements
  • Identify manufactures and distributors
  • Obtain service-unique logistic information
     
  • Logisticians
  • Engineering Support Activities
  • Provisioners
  • Procurement and Contracting Personnel
  • Supply and Maintenance Personnel
  • Distribution Personnel
  • Storage and Transportation Personnel
  • Quality Assurance Personnel
  • Disposal Personnel
     

Federal Logistics Data on Mobile Media (FED LOG)

Fed Log emblem
Federal Logistics (FED LOG) data provides users the ability to access Federal Logistics Information System (FLIS) data during instances when internet connectivity is non-available. FED LOG provides essential information about items of supply to include the National Stock Number (NSN), the Approved Item Name, Manufacturers and Distributors information (to include Part Numbers), Freight Data, Hazardous Materiel Indicators, Interchangeable and Substitutable data, Acquisition Advice Code (AAC) and Unit Price, Physical and Performance Characteristics along with service specific management data.
 

How to access FED LOG

FED LOG is available for download within FedMall. Contact the FED LOG team at fedlog@dla.mil for questions.

  1. Log into FedMall. This link will open FedMall in a new window.
  2. Select the FED LOG download from the “Tools” tab.
     

Using FED LOG

Users have the ability to enter data (e.g. NSN, NIIN, Part Number, and CAGE Code) into a single search bar. This function provides output data to assist in the logistician’s research. The filter feature allows users to select service specific management data elements.

Please open and search in the FED LOG application. The search bar on this page does not search FED LOG.

FED LOG has a scroll format used to navigate the data. This makes FED LOG compatible with a multitude of platforms, as it is scalable to the screen size for the user.
 

FED LOG FAQs

  • Modern 64-bit interface
  • Single line query
  • Ranked searching
  • Favorites and recent searches
  • One-click spreadsheet export
  • Visual filtering
  • Representative Query group icons
  • Simplified batch search capability
  • 12 month historical data
     
  • Logisticians
  • Engineering Support Activities
  • Provisioners
  • Procurement and Contracting Personnel
  • Supply and Maintenance Personnel
  • Distribution Personnel
  • Storage and Transportation Personnel
  • Quality Assurance Personnel
  • Disposal Personnel
     
  • Search for an item based on key characteristic attributes
  • Obtain management data for procurement, requisition, storage, logistical, and management decision usage
  • Determine freight standards
  • Cross-reference part numbers and stock numbers
  • Create batch searches and run large amounts of data
  • Customize data to meet specific requirements
  • Identify manufactures and distributors
  • Obtain service-unique logistic information
     

FED LOG Training

Training Webinar

  • For FED LOG Webinars:
    • Copy and paste this FED LOG DCS link (Non-DLA Web Site) (CAC or User I.D./Password Required) into your web browser.
    • Audio is done via conference line. The number and access code will be given out when the webinar starts in the chat dialogue. 
    • Course Director:  Don Green

It is not necessary to pre-register for these webinars.

A Web Conference, or webinar, provides live interactive communication which can be perfect for training. Feedback between students and the instructor is live and in real-time. While students and the instructor are not able to see one another, the instructor can share actual application screens that can be viewed locally by the students. Currently, audio communication is handled via telephone. The only requirements are a computer with connection to the World Wide Web (a broadband connection is preferable but not required) and a telephone.

Webinars can be highly customized events. The course and course time can be tailored to meet the needs of students. The students can participate from their desks, eliminating the need to book a classroom or travel.

Distributed Learning uses the Defense Collaboration Services (DCS) tool to host webinars. Navigate to the DCS website (Non-DLA Web Site) (CAC or User I.D./Password Required) to learn more about this meeting tool.

Note: All webinars are CAC enabled; ensure that the Email certificate is selected. To attend a scheduled webinar, simply double click the desired date/time and subject within the Training Calendar (CAC or User I.D./Password Required) for the webinar you would like to attend. Click the Web Link hyperlink at the bottom of the pop-up window and it will take you to the DCS page to attend the webinar. Once logged into DCS, the instructor for the designated course will provide the call-in number for the conference audio line. All webinar times are scheduled in Eastern Standard Time (EST).

Contact us for questions or additional interest in Training.

Access to classroom Training (CAC or a user I.D. and Password Required)

Contact us for questions or additional interest in Training.

 

Computer-Based Training (CBT)

The following is a list of Computer-Based Training (CBT) programs available by request (CAC or User I.D./Password Required) on CD-ROM.

Note: Some of these courses are also available as Web-Based Training (WBT).

Computer-Based Training CDs
Compact Disc Users Course (CDUC)
Creating Section 508 Compliant Web Content
DD Form 1685
Federal Logistics Information System (FLIS) Edits and Rejects
FED LOG
Hazardous Material Information Resource System (HMIRS)
Hazardous Material Information Resource System (HMIRS) WEB
Interactive Government/Industry Reference Data Edit and Review (iGIRDER)
Interchangeability & Substitutability (I&S)
Introduction to Logistics Information (ILI)
Military Engineering Data Asset Locator System (MEDALS)

Contact us for questions or additional interest in Training.

Training Team

Office Phone Number Email
Scheduling Program Manager   COMM: (269) 961-4829
  DSN: (312) 661-4829
  dla.tng@dla.mil
J314-T Training Office Fax Line   FAX: (269) 961-5035
  DSN: (312) 661-5035
  dla.tng@dla.mil