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My DCMA showcases the agency’s experienced and diverse workforce. This year, as the agency celebrates its 20th anniversary, employees will speak about their future goals for the organization and themselves.
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The agency currently manages approximately 310,000 contracts with an overall total value of $7.16 trillion, and authorizes an average of $780 million in contractor payments per business day.
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First-line supervisors and senior leaders from DCMA Baltimore recently visited the Baltimore Ravens’ M&T Bank Stadium for a unique leadership training opportunity.
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Mervin Sam, a DCMA supervisory quality assurance specialist, worked on helicopters while in the Navy. Today, an SH-60 on display helps keeps him focused.
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The Defense Contract Management Agency Senior Leadership Team held its annual Strategic Offsite at Larkin Conference Center, Fort Lee, Virginia, Dec. 6. The team prioritized and integrated fiscal year 2020 efforts with a focus on distributing limited agency resources among top priorities.
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DCMA stood up the Total Force Directorate recently, and Michael Beaupre became its first executive director.
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Defense Contract Management Agency Boeing St. Louis recently delivered its first F/A-18E/F Super Hornet after completion of depot repairs under the Service Life Modification program. (DCMA graphic by Timothy Thomas)
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The U.S. Office of Special Counsel is an independent agency that protects federal employees from prohibited personnel practices, including whistleblower retaliation and unlawful hiring practices. OSC also provides an independent, secure channel for disclosing and resolving wrongdoing in federal agencies.
A smiling male in a military uniform stands beside a flag.
Man watches helicopter take off.
About two dozen people pose as a group standing on a football field.
Man stands in front of helicopter.
Graphic featuring a football pylon and goal marker.
Two men in suits shake hands and hold a large framed certificate.
An F/A-18 Super Hornet flies through a blue sky. Text on photo: New Lease on Service Life
Graphic with words whistleblower protection

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Our Agency

The Defense Contract Management Agency provides contract administration services for the Department of Defense, other federal organizations and international partners, and is an essential part of the acquisition process from pre-award to sustainment.

Every business day, DCMA receives nearly 1,000 new contracts and authorizes more than $650 million in payments to contractors. Most importantly, every day the DCMA team delivers more than a million and a half items - from fighter jets to fasteners - to our warfighters.

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MISSION | We are the independent eyes and ears of DoD and its partners, enhancing warfighter lethality by ensuring timely delivery of quality products, and providing relevant acquisition insight supporting affordability and readiness.

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

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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.