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New policy to increase unreserved parking at HQC
The McNamara Headquarters Complex at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, has revised its parking policy more than two decades after the building became home to several defense organizations, including the Defense Logistics Agency, which will now manage the policy for the entire complex. Courtesy photo
Jan. 21, 2020 - More than two decades after the Defense Logistics Agency and other tenant organizations occupied the McNamara Headquarters Complex at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, the parking policy has been revised. DLA will now manage the policy for the entire complex.

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Still moving forward DSCC honors King's legacy
Army Maj. Gen. John C. Harris Jr., the Adjutant General of the Ohio National Guard, spoke to more than 300 civilian and military personnel in attendance during the Defense Supply Center Columbus program held in the Operations Center Auditorium Jan. 15. This year’s theme celebrating MLK is “Still Moving Forward.”
Jan. 22, 2020 - Members of the Columbus Defense Federal Community gathered inside the Defense Supply Center Columbus’ Operations Center Auditorium Jan. 15 to celebrate the birthday and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The event “Still Moving Forward,” presented as part of the Equal Employment Opportunity Office African American Employment Program, featured Army Maj. Gen. John C. Harris Jr., the Adjutant General of the Ohio National Guard as the keynote speaker.

Boggs Out- DLA Land and Maritime People and Culture Director Retires
Defense Logistics Agency Land and Maritime Commander Navy Rear Adm. John Palmer presents DLA Land and Maritime People and Culture Director Robert Boggs with a DLA Meritorious Civil Service Award during Boggs’ Dec. 11 retirement ceremony inside the Operations Center Auditorium at the Defense Supply Center Columbus.
Dec. 20, 2019 - Defense Logistics Agency Land and Maritime People and Culture Director Robert L. Boggs, Ph.d, retired Dec. 11 after more than 48 years of combined civil and military service with the Department of Defense. Retiring as a director of a department within DLA Land and Maritime, Boggs held a variety of command and staff assignments during his military and civilian careers. His military career included a final assignment as the Deputy Adjutant General for the Ohio Air National Guard, and he also served more than four years as the Chief of Staff for the Ohio Air National Guard

Command opens doors to associates at annual holiday event
The Defense Logistics Agency Land and Maritime command team hosted an Open House Dec. 11 as part of annual holiday festivities.
Dec. 18, 2019 - The Defense Logistics Agency Land and Maritime command team hosted an Open House Dec. 11 as part of their annual holiday festivities.

Local community officials visit DSCC
Local community officials visited the Defense Supply Center Columbus Dec. 3. Pictured from left: Kenneth Watson, Defense Logistics Agency Land and Maritime’s deputy commander; J.P. Nauseef of JobsOhio; Jenna Goehring and Zach Woodruff from the City of Whitehall; Shirley Reed, Defense Finance and Accounting Service-Columbus’ deputy director; Joseph Zeis, of the Ohio Governor’s office; Patty Huddle and Kenny McDonald of One Columbus; and Navy Rear Adm. John Palmer, commander of DLA Land and Maritime.
Dec. 10, 2019 - Area economic and community officials visited the Defense Supply Center Columbus Dec. 3 and met with leadership from the base’s two largest tenants – the Defense Logistics Agency Land and Maritime and the Defense Finance and Accounting Service – Columbus.

December to bring building access changes
Starting Dec. 1, Defense Supply Center Columbus will move to a one-card-only system for building and room access in response to Defense Department directives. Building-specific LENEL badges will be deactivated and employees must begin using their Common Access Card for access.
Nov. 27, 2019 - On Dec. 1, the Defense Supply Center Columbus will change the way individuals will access buildings. In keeping with Department of Defense directives to move to one card for access, DSCC Security and Emergency Services will be deactivating the LENEL building badges currently being used for building access. After this date, DSCC personnel will use their Common Access Card for building or room access.