DLA Disposition Services Fort Drum will be closed from Monday through March 30 to prepare for a systems upgrade. The site will reopen the week of April 2 as training continues and the new comp- uter system is deployed.
The organization is replacing its legacy computer system known as DAISY with its Reutilization Business Integration (RBI), which is expected to provide real-time asset visibility throughout the Defense Logistics Agency supply chain. There is little or no delay between when data is entered and when it is available to other users.
For more information, contact Robert DeLong at 772-9267 or the DLA Customer Interaction Center at 1-877-DLA-CALL (352-2255) accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week or send an email to DLAContactCenter@dla.mil
Military units that use DLA Disposition Services save their units and taxpayers millions of dollars each year. Excess property and material turned in from the military services is first offered for reuse within the Department of Defense at no cost and with free shipping. Remaining items can be transferred to federal agencies or donated to state and local governments and other qualified agencies or used to aid humanitarian relief efforts. Safe and appropriate items that remain can be sold to the general public.
DLA Disposition Services also provides disposal solutions for hazardous waste and materials.
DLA Disposition Services Fort Drum