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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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DLA sales include fuel (half of sales), food, pharmaceuticals, construction equipment, uniforms, etc.
DLA is requiring the use of deoxyribonucleic acid, more commonly known as DNA, authentication marking for future procurements of items falling within Federal Supply Class 5962, Electronic Microcircuits.
Five former Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) employees whose contributions made monumental and enduring impacts on the agency's success were inducted into the DLA Hall of Fame Aug.
Yet work continues to run smoothly following the mid-October activation of DLA-Warner Robins in which DLA gained 240 employees from the Air Force.
Senator George Mitchell was the guest of honour and speaker at a dinner held at Warwick Castle for partners and guests of the global law firm DLA Piper LLP.
It summarizes how DLA is revolutionizing its business practices through 13 initiatives and how those initiatives relate to each other and to the DLA Strategic Plan, the Department of Defense (DOD) Transformation Strategy, and the National Defense Strategy.
The DLA was an offshoot of my dissertation 'The Agona Duakwa Project: A Case Study,' and it was later founded as a grassroots effort to bring computer and traditional literacy together for the people of Agona Duakwa and the Central Region" says Dr.
This article examines two PBL partnerships that have been developed between the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) and two PBL contractors; whereby, DLA has become a source of supply for consumable parts in support of the weapon systems under each PBL contract.