Working with DLA

As the nation's combat logistics support agency, the Defense Logistics Agency manages the end-to-end global defense supply chain - from raw materials to end user disposition - for the five military services, 11 combatant commands, other federal, state and local agencies partner and allied nations.

Business Applications

There are many ways to work with DLA from your computer or mobile device using our business applications.

Small Business

DLA provides training, advice, guidance and strategies to help small businesses work with DLA.

Federal and International Cataloging

Discover the Federal and International Cataloging resources that DLA provides.

Defense Data Standards

DLA maintains logistics business rules that implement DOD policy and manage information infrastructure.

DLA Events

Connect with DLA at events across our various organizations and major subordinate commands.

Official Forms

DLA is the official custodian for many forms associated with logistics operation within the DOD.

Headquarters Organizations

Learn how to do business with various organizations within the Defense Logistics Agency.

DLA Major Subordinate Commands

Learn how to do business with DLA's Major Subordinate Commands throughout the world.

More Resources

Find opportunities and start working with DLA

  • : Previously known as FedBizOps or FBO, this is the federal government's primary way of publicly posting solicitations to industry.
  • DLA Internet Bid Board System (DIBBS) : A web-based system to view and submit secure quotes on DLA items of supply.
  • DLA Enterprise External Business Portal: The DLA EEBP provides industry and military service personnel with centralized access to DLA Business Services.
  • DLA Export Control Data Access: DLA has a responsibility to protect the export-controlled data entrusted to its care by the Military Services from unauthorized disclosure and IAW Trade Security Control laws.
  • DLA Research and Development: DLA R&D is redefining internal business processes for DLA's global supply chain and addressing industrial base manufacturing issues. It focuses on logistics, manufacturing technology and small business innovation with over 200 projects.

Policy and assistance

  • DLA Acronym List: A PDF list of many of the acronyms used throughout the everyday business processes of the Defense Logistics Agency.
  • DLA Customer Assistance Handbook: The DLA Customer Assistance Handbook is marked as Controlled Unclassified Information and is not open to the public.
  • DLA Contractor Cyber Resources: Information sharing, resources, and training related to Cyber Security at DLA.
  • DLA Supplier Information Resource Center (SIRC): By being informed and aware of requirements changes, we can work together to ensure that the soldiers, sailors, airmen, and marines, have the right item at the right time and at the right place.