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DOD Joint Military Intelligence Program, Intelligence Program within the National and manages the General Defense Foreign Intelligence Program.

For further information, contact the Public Liaison Office, Defense Intelligence Agency, Washington, DC 20340. Phone, 703-695-0071. Internet, http://www.dia.mil/.

Defense Investigative Service

1340 Braddock Place, Alexandria, VA 22314–1651 Phone, 703-325-5324

Director

MARGARET R. MUNSON

The Defense Investigative Service was established by the Secretary of Defense, effective January 1, 1972. The Service is chartered by Department of Defense Directive 5105.42.

The Service consists of a Headquarters, three Operations Centers, the Capital Area, and four regional offices with subordinate field offices and resident agencies located in the 50 States and Puerto Rico; the Office of Industrial Security International-Europe, in Brussels, Belgium, and Mannheim, Germany; and the Office of Industrial Security International-Far East, in Camp Zama, Japan.

The Service conducts all personnel security investigations for Department components and, when authorized, also conducts investigations for other U.S. Government activities. These include investigation of allegations of subversive affiliations, adverse suitability information, or any other situation that

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For further information, contact the Chief, Office of Information and Public Affairs, Defense Investigative Service, 1340 Braddock Place, Alexandria, VA 22314_1651. Phone, 703–325-5324.

Defense Legal Services Agency
The Pentagon, Washington, DC 20301-1600
Phone, 703-695-3341

Director (General Counsel, Department of

Defense)

JUDITH A. MILLER

F. WHITTEN PETERS

Principal Deputy Director (Principal Deputy

General Counsel)

The Defense Legal Services Agency was established by Department of Defense Directive 5145.4, dated August 12, 1981. The Agency is under the authority, direction, and control of the General Counsel of the Department of Defense, who also serves as its Director.

The Agency provides legal advice and services for the Office of the Secretary of Defense, its field activities, and the Defense agencies. It provides technical support and assistance for development

of the Department's Legislative program; coordinates positions on legislation and Presidential Executive orders; provides a centralized legislative and congressional document reference and distribution point for the Department; and maintains the Department's historical legislative files. The Agency administers the Defense Office of Hearings and Appeals program and the Standards of Conduct program.

For further information, contact the Administrative Officer, Defense Legal Services Agency, The Pentagon, Washington, DC 20301-1600. Phone, 703-697-8343.

Defense Logistics Agency
Suite 2533, 8725 John J. Kingman Road, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060-6221
Phone, 703–767–6666

Director
Principal Deputy Director

VICE ADM. E.M. STRAW, SC, USN Maj. Gen. R.E. MCCOY, USA

The Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) was established by the Secretary of Defense and operates under Department of Defense Directive 5105.22. It provides supplies to the military services supports their acquisition of weapons and other materiel. Support begins with joint planning with the services for parts for new weapon systems, extends through production, and concludes with the disposal of material which is obsolete, worn out, or no longer needed. The Agency provides supply support, contract administration services, and technical and logistics services to all branches of the military and to a number of Federal agencies. Supply Management The Agency buys and manages a vast number and variety of items used by all of the military services and some civilian agencies. The military services determine their requirements for supplies and materiel

and establish their priorities. Agency supply centers consolidate the services' requirements and procure the supplies in sufficient quantities to meet the services' projected needs, critical to maintaining the readiness of our forces. The Agency manages supplies in eight commodity areas: fuel, food, clothing, construction material, electronic supplies, general supplies, industrial supplies, and medical supplies. Distribution The two defense distribution regions—East and Westoperate the supply distribution system, which encompasses materiel distribution and related functions. Distribution is defined as all actions involving the receipt of new procurement, redistributions, and field returns; storage of materiel, including care of materiel and supplies in storage; the issue of materiel; consolidation and containerization of materiel;

preservation, packaging, packing, and Number and description of over 6 marking; physical inventory; quality million items. This catalog system is control; traffic management; other used throughout the Federal transportation services; unit materiel Government. The Center also maintains fielding and set assembly/disassembly; a data bank of information used to and transshipment and minor repair. design, purchase, transport, store, Contract Administration The Agency transfer, and dispose of Government manages contracts awarded by the

supplies. military services, DLA, the National

The Defense National Stockpile of Aeronautics and Space Administration, other Federal agencies, and foreign

strategic and critical materials is

maintained to reduce the Nation's governments. Its Defense Contract

dependence upon foreign sources of Management Command (DCMC) is responsible for ensuring that procured

supply for such materials in times of materiel is of satisfactory quality and is

national emergency. The Defense delivered when and where needed.

National Stockpile Center is authorized Services of the Defense Contract

to procure and dispose of materials as

needed. Management Command-highlighting pricing and negotiations, property,

The Defense Reutilization and overhead management, quality

Marketing Service provides for the assurance, manufacturing, engineering, redistribution and disposal of DOD law, safety, small business assistance, equipment and supplies no longer and contractor employment

needed by the original user. Assets are compliance—are performed at or near matched against requirements of the contractor plants through a complex of military services and Federal agencies offices which vary in size, depending on and transferred as needed. When workload and the concentration of equipment becomes surplus, it is offered Government contractors in the area. to the General Services Administration Other Logistics Support Services The and State agencies, after which it is sold Defense Logistics Services Center

to the public. The Service is a worldwide manages the Federal Supply Catalog organization with offices on most System, which lists a National Stock

military installations. Primary Level Field Activities Defense Logistics Agency Activity

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KC, Suite 2533, 8725 John J. Kingman Road, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060-6221. Phone, 703-767–7100. For other areas, contact the local DLA field activity.

Schools interested in participating in the Agency's job recruitment program should direct inquiries to Defense Logistics Agency, Attn: CAHS, Suite 2533, 8725 John J. Kingman Road, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060-6221. Environment for information concerning the Agency's program,

contact the Defense Logistics Agency, Attn: CAAE, Suite 2533, 8725 John J. Kingman Road, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060_ 6221. Phone, 703-767-6303. Procurement and Small Business Activities For information, contact the Director, Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization, Defense Logistics Agency, Attn: DDAS, Suite 2533, 8725 John J. Kingman Road, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060-6221. Phone, 703-767-1650.

For further information, contact the Defense Logistics Agency, Suite 2533, 8725 John J. Kingman Road, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060-6221. Phone, 703–767-6666.

Defense Mapping Agency 8613 Lee Highway, Fairfax, VA 22031-2139 Phone, 703–275-8409

Director
Deputy Director
Chief of Staff

MA). GEN. PHILIP W. NUBER, USAF
W. DOUGLAS SMITH
CAPT. LAWRENCE W. URBIK, USN

The Defense Mapping Agency (DMA) was established in 1972, when mapping, charting, and geodesy functions of the Defense Community were combined into this joint Department of Defense agency. The Agency operates as a combat support agency of DOD.

The mission of the Agency is to provide global geospatial information and services to support and advance national security objectives. The Agency is under the direction and control of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Command, Control, Communications, and Intelligence. The Agency's Director is also responsible to the Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff in operational matters.

The Agency reinvented its operations in 1995 to get closer to its customers, improve its readiness and responsiveness, and organize around core business. It has approximately 7,200 employees in more than 50 locations around the world.

Structure
The Agency's headquarters, located in
Fairfax, VA, provides overall direction to
Agency operations. Three business units
are located outside the headquarters.

The Acquisition and Technology Group oversees development and engineering for the Agency and provides technical services and system sustainment for DMA activities and external customers.

The Operations Group manages all production, printing, and distribution activities, with major operations in Reston, VA; Bethesda, MD; and St. Louis, MO. In addition, the Defense Mapping School at Fort Belvoir, VA, trains members of all U.S. and allied military services in global geospatial information and services, and related military skills.

The Installation Management Group provides management and base support for security, administration, logistics, visual information, health, and safety services at all DMA sites.

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Sources of Information
Contracts and Small Business Activities
For information, contact the Small and
Disadvantaged Business Utilization
Specialist, Procurement and Contracts,
Defense Mapping Agency, 8613 Lee
Highway, Fairfax, VA 22031-2137.
Employment General employment
applications and inquiries should be
addressed to the following:

Central Recruiting Branch, STL-12, Attn: DMA (HRW), Defense Mapping Agency, St. Louis, MO 63118-3399. Phone, 800-777-6104 (toll-free).

Central Recruitment Intake Branch, Stop D-73, Attn: DMA (HRE), Defense Mapping Agency, 4600 Sangamore Road, Bethesda, MD 20816-5003. Phone, 800-526–3379 (toll-free). Public Sale of Maps and Charts Defense Mapping Agency nautical, aeronautical, and Flight Information Publication (FLIP) products are sold by the National Ocean Service (NOS). Nautical charts of coastal waterways of

the continental United States, Hawaii, Alaska, and the U.S. territories may also be purchased from NOS. For information on ordering products, contact the NOS Distribution Branch, N/CG33, 6501 Lafayette Avenue, Riverdale, MD 20737. Phone, 301-436-6990.

To apply for sales agent status within the Agency, contact the Agents Service Unit, NOS Distribution Branch, 6501 Lafayette Avenue, Riverdale, MD 20737. Phone, 301-436-8726.

Defense Mapping Agency topographic maps, gazetteers, and other publications are sold by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), Department of the Interior, Topographic maps of the continental United States and Hawaii may also be purchased from USGS. For domestic and international DMA topographic products, contact the Distribution Branch, United States Geological Survey, Department of the Interior, Box 25286, Denver, CO 80225. Phone, 303–202-4700.

For further information, contact the Defense Mapping Agency, 8613 Lee Highway, Fairfax, VA 22031-2139. Phone, 703–275-8409.

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