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NEWS | May 26, 2021

Log Management: Take Advantage of DLA’s RTD Program


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Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Disposition Services offers a variety of serviceable property through the reutilization, transfer and donation (RTD) program. Department of Defense (DOD) units and other agencies eligible for RTD can often receive reutilized property at no cost and, in most cases, avoid shipping charges.

To sign up for RTD, eligible units must create an account on the Account Management and Provisioning System (AMPS). Once the account is created, agencies can search through the excess property inventory and create a list of desired items.

Learn more about the AMPS signup process here:
 

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