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Effective one year from the date of this change, eligibility to transfer those benefits will be limited to service members with less than 16 years of total active-duty or selected reserve service, as applicable.
Effective one year from the date of this change, eligibility to transfer those benefits will be limited to service members with less than 16 years of total active-duty or selected reserve service, as applicable.
The Defense Contract Management Agency has launched two new modules that promise to make pricing and technical pricing more user friendly, intuitive and organized.
DCMA has launched two new modules that promise to make pricing and technical pricing more user friendly, intuitive and organized.
The U.S. plan to maintain ground combat vehicle supremacy relies partly on modernizing existing programs to meet current and future capability requirements. DCMA’s global force of acquisition professionals play a vital role within this massive revitalization effort.
The U.S. plan to maintain ground combat vehicle supremacy relies partly on modernizing existing programs to meet current and future capability requirements. DCMA’s global force of acquisition professionals play a vital role within this massive revitalization effort.
Jason Dangler and Jamie Sahagun, two Cost and Price Analysts with the Defense Contract Management Agency, discuss their roles in an international environment.
Jason Dangler and Jamie Sahagun, two DCMA cost and price analysts, discuss their roles in an international environment.
Marie Greening (far right), the Defense Contract Management Agency’s deputy director, congratulates 13 employees who graduated on April 27 after attending three weeks of onsite black belt training spread across three months. The goal is for these employees to lead teams to update business processes and find ways to achieve cost savings across the agency. (DCMA photo by DCMA Strategic Analysis and Planning Division)
Marie Greening (far right), the Defense Contract Management Agency’s deputy director, congratulates 13 employees who graduated on April 27 after attending three weeks of onsite black belt training spread across three months.
Stanley Michaud is a quality assurance specialist with Defense Contract Management Agency Garden City assigned to the Harris Corporation in Amityville, New York. He has been a part of the DCMA team almost 10 years. (DCMA graphic by Stephen Hickok)
Stanley Michaud is a quality assurance specialist with Defense Contract Management Agency Garden City. He has been a part of the DCMA team almost 10 years.
More than 100 Defense Contract Management Agency employees participated in a Special Programs Workshop at Fort Lee, Va., June 5-7, 2018. The multi-functional workshop covered a broad range of topics, some unique to Special Programs, a directorate within DCMA that covers programs with increased security protocols. (DCMA photo by Patrick Tremblay)
More than 100 Defense Contract Management Agency employees participated in a Special Programs workshop at Fort Lee, Va., June 5-7, 2018.
The Online Aerospace Supplier Information System, or OASIS, provides up-to-date quality management system contractor certification information, allows for customer and supplier monitoring, and provides feedback to certifying auditors.
OASIS provides quality management system contractor certification information, allows for customer and supplier monitoring, and provides feedback to certifying auditors.
While ever-developing technology affords short-term preparation, DCMA experts hope team members will utilize long-term planning to ensure preparedness and personal safety during the 2018 hurricane season.
While ever-developing technology affords short-term preparation, DCMA experts hope team members will utilize long-term planning to ensure preparedness and personal safety during the 2018 hurricane season.
The Defense Contract Management Agency Technical Directorate’s blog, Tech Talk, was launched on May 23. It provides a collaboration platform to ensure a smoother transition from strategic concept ideation to operational and tactical implementation. (DCMA graphic by William Ramos)
The DCMA Technical Directorate’s blog initiates a new era in communication between DCMA technical leadership and the employees.
Effective one year from the date of this change, eligibility to transfer those benefits will be limited to service members with less than 16 years of total active-duty or selected reserve service, as applicable.
The Defense Contract Management Agency has launched two new modules that promise to make pricing and technical pricing more user friendly, intuitive and organized.
The U.S. plan to maintain ground combat vehicle supremacy relies partly on modernizing existing programs to meet current and future capability requirements. DCMA’s global force of acquisition professionals play a vital role within this massive revitalization effort.
Jason Dangler and Jamie Sahagun, two Cost and Price Analysts with the Defense Contract Management Agency, discuss their roles in an international environment.
Marie Greening (far right), the Defense Contract Management Agency’s deputy director, congratulates 13 employees who graduated on April 27 after attending three weeks of onsite black belt training spread across three months. The goal is for these employees to lead teams to update business processes and find ways to achieve cost savings across the agency. (DCMA photo by DCMA Strategic Analysis and Planning Division)
Stanley Michaud is a quality assurance specialist with Defense Contract Management Agency Garden City assigned to the Harris Corporation in Amityville, New York. He has been a part of the DCMA team almost 10 years. (DCMA graphic by Stephen Hickok)
More than 100 Defense Contract Management Agency employees participated in a Special Programs Workshop at Fort Lee, Va., June 5-7, 2018. The multi-functional workshop covered a broad range of topics, some unique to Special Programs, a directorate within DCMA that covers programs with increased security protocols. (DCMA photo by Patrick Tremblay)
The Online Aerospace Supplier Information System, or OASIS, provides up-to-date quality management system contractor certification information, allows for customer and supplier monitoring, and provides feedback to certifying auditors.
While ever-developing technology affords short-term preparation, DCMA experts hope team members will utilize long-term planning to ensure preparedness and personal safety during the 2018 hurricane season.
The Defense Contract Management Agency Technical Directorate’s blog, Tech Talk, was launched on May 23. It provides a collaboration platform to ensure a smoother transition from strategic concept ideation to operational and tactical implementation. (DCMA graphic by William Ramos)

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DoD Announces Policy Change on Transfer of Post-9/11 GI Bill Benefits
By Defense Media Activity | July 13, 2018
Effective one year from the date of this change, eligibility to transfer benefits will be limited to service members with less than 16 years of total active-duty or selected reserve service, as applicable.
Intuitive, efficient pricing capability introduced
By Patrick Tremblay | July 12, 2018
Results of a two year effort to improve DCMA’s pricing capabilities is now hitting the field.
How America maintains battlefield superiority
By Thomas Perry | July 9, 2018
The U.S. plan to maintain ground combat vehicle supremacy requires modernizing existing programs to meet capability requirements.
Cost and Pricing in DCMA Europe
By Elizabeth Szoke | July 3, 2018
Jason Dangler and Jamie Sahagun, two DCMA cost and price analysts, discuss their roles in an international environment.

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Navy Vice Adm. David H. Lewis, DMCA Director

Navy Vice Adm. David H. Lewis Director, Defense Contract Management Agency
As the Director, Vice Adm. Lewis leads a Department of Defense agency that consists of more than 11,900 civilians and military personnel who execute worldwide contract management responsibilities, covering more than 20,000 contractors and more than $223 billion in unliquidated obligations.