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Information Operations (J6) serves as the DLA knowledge broker, providing comprehensive, best practice technological support to the Department of Defense/DLA Logistics Business Community, resulting in expert-quality information systems, efficient and economical computing, data management, electronic business, and telecommunication services.

Applications

Please visit our Application page for completing various tasks that require the use of an Application. Here you can find highly sought after applications such as AMPS, FedMall, PIEE and more.

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Document Services

DLA Document Services is now the Defense Departments primary provider of printing services, office print devices and electronic conversion services per DoDI 5330.03. We offer Order, Print and Scanning Services. 

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Defense Data Standards

The Defense Enterprise Data Satandards Office provides standards for electronic interchange of data across: The military services, defense agencies, other federal agencies, foreign military sales customers, and non-government participants

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FLIS Reading Room

Public reading rooms are located at the HQ DLA facility and at the DLA field activities. Contact the appropriate DLA FOIA/Privacy Contact to make an appointment to gain access to their FOIA reading room.

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Services

Information Operations (J6) offers services that are available to all users such as Catalog Tool Tables, Defense Agency Initiative, Cyber Contractor Resources and more.

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Research and Development

DLA R&D is dedicated to improving warfighter support by addressing military needs, redefining internal business processes for DLA's global supply chain and addressing industrial base manufacturing issues.

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Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)

The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), 5 U.S.C 552, is a federal statute that provides a process by which every person may request access to federal agency records.

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Privacy Act

The Privacy Act (PA) of 1974, 5 U.S.C.552a, establishes safeguards for the protection of records that the Federal Government (Executive Branch only) collects and maintains on U.S. citizens and aliens lawfully admitted for permanent residence.

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Analytics Center of Excellence

The Analytics Center of Excellence offers a wide range of analytical services including operations research, statistical methods, data mining, machine learning and artificial intelligence, modeling and simulation, and war game support.

Contact ACE at: 
  J67ACorporateBoard@dla.mil

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Information Operations News

Enterprisewide | Aug. 1, 2022

2022 Contingency Operations Readiness Exercise comes to a successful end

As July ends, so too does the latest edition of the Defense Logistic Agency’s Contingency Operations Readiness Exercise in Battle Creek, Michigan. The exercise featured different parts of the agency working together across multiple sites – simulating

Information Operations | July 25, 2022

Info Ops Employee Spotlight: Barry Humphrey

July's employee spotlight is on Barry Humphrey, program manager for the Logistics Technology Research Program in DLA Research and Development.

Information Operations | July 11, 2022

Steffon Deyo, DLA Document Services, retired after 35 years

After 35 years of federal service, Defense Logistics Agency Document Services employee Steffon Deyo hung up his tie and retired in May.

Information Operations | June 23, 2022

Info Ops Employee Spotlight: Steven Forster

June's employee spotlight is on Steven Forster, management and program analyst with DLA's Chief Data and Analytics Office.

Enterprisewide | June 17, 2022

DLA expanding use of DOD advanced analytics tool

The Defense Logistics Agency Chief Data and Analytics Office hosted Advana/DLA Day June 9 to discuss the data platform’s capabilities and security features. DLA senior leaders attended along with representatives from the Office of the Under Secretary