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Two men, both holding cricket bats, kneel on the ground.
Lyndon Jagroop and George Abraham, both with DCMA Garden City in New York, have been playing cricket since they were kids.
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DCMA's Emergency Resource page contains information and links for employee to use before and after an emergency.
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Congressional legislation enacted in 2004 designates Sept. 17 each year as Constitution Day and Citizenship Day.
Factory building with well-drilling equipment with the words "Boosting small business demands big ideas" overlaid.
DCMA’s team of small business advocates ensure “mom-and-pop” and socio-economic disadvantaged businesses receive a fair opportunity to compete for DoD contracts.
Drawn city scape with a close-up of one skyscraper with two floors - one representing DCMA and the other DCAA.
Local representatives from DCMA and DCAA held a joint summit in early 2018. A wide-array of acquisition professionals, including top local leaders, attended the event.
Group of people in front of a C-5 aircraft.
DCMA Lockheed Martin Marietta employees recently celebrated the 50-year milestone of the C-5 Galaxy. Hundreds attended the June 26 ceremony, including Georgia Governor Nathan Deal.
Military and civilian personnel of the Defense Contract Management Agency are now authorized to wear new organization badge and lapel pin. The device is considered a temporary badge and is not intended for military personnel to wear upon termination of assignment to the agency. (DCMA graphic by Elizabeth Szoke)
Military and civilian personnel of the Defense Contract Management Agency are now authorized to wear new organization badge and lapel pin. The device is considered a temporary badge and is not intended for military personnel to wear upon termination of assignment to the agency.
Two men, both holding cricket bats, kneel on the ground.
Graphic of satellite photo of hurricane with article title overlaid.
Graphic of U.S. Constitution with article title overlaid.
Factory building with well-drilling equipment with the words "Boosting small business demands big ideas" overlaid.
Drawn city scape with a close-up of one skyscraper with two floors - one representing DCMA and the other DCAA.
Group of people in front of a C-5 aircraft.
Military and civilian personnel of the Defense Contract Management Agency are now authorized to wear new organization badge and lapel pin. The device is considered a temporary badge and is not intended for military personnel to wear upon termination of assignment to the agency. (DCMA graphic by Elizabeth Szoke)

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Our Agency

Fulfilling our mission means the difference between victory and defeat. It's what inspired our motto - Optimus Obligare - which means Excellence is our Obligation. Excellence in the work we do. Excellence in the products we deliver.

As a DoD Combat Support Agency, DCMA ensures the integrity of the contracting process, and provides a broad range of contract-procurement management services for America's Warfighters. Our job is to get the very best for the very best. We make sure that only the absolute best equipment, supplies, support, and services are provided to the absolute best fighting force in the world - the U.S. military.

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MISSION | We are the independent eyes and ears of DoD and its partners, delivering actionable acquisition insight from the factory floor to the front line ... around the world.

VISION | One team, one voice delivering global acquisition insight that matters.

Top Stories

ACOs support warfighters, play cricket
By Tonya Johnson | Sept. 19, 2018
The two friends say playing cricket has helped them work better as teammates.
Hurricane Florence approaches East Coast
By Thomas Perry | Sept. 11, 2018
Major storm set to hit nation’s eastern shore.
My DCMA: Jaime Klein, contract administrator
By Tonya Johnson | Sept. 7, 2018
My DCMA showcases the agency’s experienced and diverse workforce.
DCMA, DCAA Chicago build on shared vision
By Thomas Perry | Aug. 22, 2018
“(We) have enjoyed a favorable collaborative relationship for many years,” said Gloria Velasco, who has worked for both agencies.

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Director's Corner

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.