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Applications | Feb. 3, 2022

E-Cat - Electronic Cataloging

 

CAC or User I.D./Password Required.


E-Cat Information

E-Cat is a DLA Logistics Information Services web-based application designed to allow registered users the ability to query the status of cataloging requests and submit requests for catalog action.

E-Cat:

Provides a means for:

Inquiring     the status of cataloging requests (This link is Common Access Card or User I.D./Password enabled; if you have multiple certificates, please use your email certificate).  Searches are accomplished by:

  • National Item Identification Number (NIIN)
  • Part Number
  • DCN/PCC/DOR/ISN (includes PCCN and PLISN)

Submitting    new cataloging requests (This link is Common Access Card or User I.D./Password enabled; if you have multiple certificates, please use your email certificate):

  • Maintenance Input - update to existing National Stock Number (NSN)
  • New NSN Request/Assignment
    • Mass load (multiple requests for new NSNs and maintenance actions) capability
  • Reinstate cancelled NSNs
  • Cancel an NSN
  • various collaboration
  • does not allow for the use of the greater than (>) or less than (<) signs in any text fields​

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Assistance and Contact Information

DISA Global Service Desk

For DLA System Access or Technical Issues please contact the DISA Global Service Desk at: 
Toll Free: 844-DISA-HLP ( 844-347-2457​)
DSN: 850-0032​
    - Press 5, then speak or enter D-L-A
DLA Service Portal    (CAC or User ID/Password required)
Email:  disa.global.servicedesk.mbx.dla-ticket-request@mail.mil 
(Non-urgent general IT issues)