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Defense Logistics Agency

Defense Logistics Agency

As the nation’s combat logistics support agency, the Defense Logistics Agency manages the global supply chain – from raw materials to end user to disposition – for the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, 10 combatant commands, other federal agencies, and partner and allied nations. Responsibilities for DLA for both internal and external social media: (1) Use social media for its intended purpose. (2) Policies and guidelines outlined in the DLA Cybersecurity Rules of Behavior apply to DLA social media. (3) DLA employees and contractors ensure all social media user content is consistent with employee work, DLA values, and professional standards. (4) DLA public affairs officers and social media coordinators publish user-provided content in its entirety, without editing, to preserve the original meaning and tone. However, they must carefully consider the integrity and standing of DLA and delete content that: a. Contains profanity, sexual content, overly graphic, disturbing or offensive language. b. Hate speech or offensive language targeting a specific demographic, personal attacks on other users or any measure of libelous, slanderous, or defamatory language. c. Advertises services or products, seeks contributions or private information, or violates the Federal and DOD Web Site Privacy Policy. d. Content that violates the requirements of OPSEC or the Commander’s Critical Information Requirements. e. Content containing personal phone numbers, mailing addresses, email addresses, or other Privacy Act information. f. Work sensitive or pre-decisional information as well as information proprietary to a DLA vendor. g. Spam or persistent off topic, inappropriate comments. h. Is political in nature, government social media sites must comply with the Hatch Act (Reference i. Discussions and inquiries with media outlets and official business cannot occur on social media applications. and is immediately referred to the proper DLA office.
Fort Belvoir, VA
Company size
10,001+ employees
Logistics, Supply, Warfighter Support, Disaster Response and Humanitarian Relief, Weapons Systems Repair Parts , Energy, Storage and Distribution , Reutilization, Demilitarization, Whole of Government, Global Supply Chain, Strategic Materials, Materiel Readiness, Acquisition, Foreign Military Sales, Medical Supplies
Top employees at
Defense Logistics Agency
Marc Staats
Chief, Military Service Support
Washington D.C. Metro Area
Michael Thiefels
Associate Counsel
Battle Creek, Michigan
Juanita McKee
Supervisory Procurement Analyst
Washington D.C. Metro Area
David Soldano
Management and Programs Analyst
Greater Philadelphia Area
Joe Hickey
Resolution Specialist
Columbus, Ohio Area

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