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NEWS | Nov. 1, 2022

Logistics Management: DLA’s Self-Help Page

BLUF: DLA’s Self-Help page offers several online tools to help answer basic questions about doing business with DLA.

DLA Customer Interaction Center (CIC)
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The Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) website has several tools to help answer requisition, backorder, on-hand-status and availability questions. DLA’s Self-Help page also includes a frequently asked questions (FAQ) section and links to additional resources.

Click HERE to go to the Self-Help page.

Keep in mind that some of the tools may require logins and passwords.
 
If you visit the website and still have trouble finding the answers you need, contact DLA’s Customer Interaction Center. Help is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Email them at:
 
Or call the Customer Interaction Center toll free at (877) DLA-CALL (352-2255).
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