DLA Enterprise External Business Portal
Provides industry and service personnel with centralized access to DLA Business Services.
339 Records Management System gives DLA employees and military engineering support activities, or ESAs, online access in one place the means to communicate on engineering and technical issues that arise during the DLA acquisition process.
Demand Planning (DDE/Collab)
Enables DLA and it's customers to collaboratively manage their future supply plans/order forecasts. Future supply requirements are reviewed monthly, on an exception basis, to improve customer support, through real time monthly collaboration.
Installation Support (Real Property)
Enables Military Service, Federal Government, and contractor personnel to submit deficiency requests and project status updates for maintenance and repair of assets for which DLA has sustainment funding responsibility.
DLA Disposition Services
DLA Disposition Services supports the Warfighter and protects the public by providing worldwide disposal management solutions.
Energy Commodity Support
Provides DLA Energy Customers and Business Partners the ability to place orders for energy commodities, maintain Line of Accounting, maintain Delivery Location Conditions, download reports, and collaborate with the DLA Energy planning organization.
Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW)
Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW) provides web-based supply chain logistics performance data to DLA employees, contractors, and external service partners. Analysis of information from the EDW enables tracking of key performance metrics and data to support the warfighter and gain insight into where operations can be improved.
DLA Customer Assistance Handbook
The DLA Customer Assistance Handbook is marked For Official Use Only and is not open to the public. Only DLA customers with a need to know will be granted access to the handbook, either online or in hard copy. If nongovernment people working on government projects require the DLA Customer Assistance Handbook, their government contracting officers should apply for an AMPS account.
DoD Shelf-Life Extension System (SLES)
SLES is the DoD Shelf-Life Management system regarding internal shelf-life policy information for the life-cycle management of standard and hazardous shelf-life items contained in the Federal supply system. The SLES is also the central DoD data repository for Materiel Quality Control Storage Standards (MQCSS) and the Quality Status List (QSL).
DLA Strategic Materials Sales Portal
DLA Strategic Materials manages the National Defense Stockpile (NDS) of raw materials and through its online sales platform, disposes of excess stocks from the NDS through open competition.
DLA Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages Service Requirements Response Tool (DLA DMSMS SRRT)
The Service Requirements Response Tool is a system for DLA customers to submit usage requirements on DLA NSNís as reported on DLA DMSMS Alerts our office publishes. This provides an accurate tracking history and avoidance of a large number of e-mails. DLA DMSMS office reports DLA NSNís going out of production, they also gather requirements from customers and initiates procurements when necessary to support the warfighter.