Selling to DLA Land and Maritime

Thank you for taking the time to investigate doing business with Defense Logistics Agency Land and Maritime. DLA Land and Maritime relies heavily on a wide range of businesses capable of supporting our primary customer, the US military.

Find the information necessary to get started with DLA Land and Maritime, unique business opportunities, explanations of the procurement process, pertinent acquisition regulations, and the resources available to interact effectively with the systems and associates at DLA Land and Maritime.

The Vendor Assistance page provides functional information necessary to successfully bid on DLA Land and Maritime requirements.

These sources of information can also be contacted or researched for assistance:

Request for Information

DLA Land and Maritime uses Requests for Information as a standard business process with the purpose of collecting written information about the capabilities of various suppliers.  

Per the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 15.201(e), “ RFIs may be used when the Government does not presently intend to award a contract, but wants to obtain price, delivery, other market information, or capabilities for planning purposes. Responses to these notices are not offers and cannot be accepted by the Government to form a binding contract. There is no required format for RFIs.”

DLA Land and Maritime RFIs

Do you have parts on hand? Government surplus? Manufacturers’ overruns? DLA Land Supply Chain is looking for readily available and usable material.

We are asking our industry partners to review this list and let us know if you have surplus, manufacturers’ overruns, or residual inventory. The intent is to update this list monthly so please check back regularly. 

The Land Supply Chain has identified this list of items (Excel) as urgently needed. The list can be viewed once downloaded to your desktop. 

Please submit inquiries to or contact Lori Archibald at 614-692-4214

Strategic Procurement Initiatives

Business Counseling Center

Procurement Process Support Directorate

Small Business Office

  • Apex Accelerators (formerly known as PTACS) are now under the management of the Defense Department (DoD) Office of Small Business Programs (OSBP)

Packaging Office

Links to acquisition regulations