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F-35A fleet doubles at Eielson
A Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) pilot lands a U.S. Air Force F-35A Lightning II assigned to the 356th Fighter Squadron at Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, June 25, 2020. Pilots assigned to DCMA deliver aircraft to bases around the world. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Kahdija Slaughter)
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“We are not immune to the forces of bias and prejudice … (but) these things have no place in our military; they have no place in our country.”
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Matthew Lupone has been selected to lead the Defense Contract Management Agency’s Technical Directorate. He has more than 20 years of acquisition experience.
Nurses receive a package of treats from children in front of a hospital
Girl Scout Troop 2320’s Sindelir triplets, daughters of Rachel Sindelir, a Defense Contract Management Agency systems administrative contracting officer for DCMA Phoenix, deliver care packages to local healthcare workers, April 17.
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Harriet Miller is a management and program analyst at the Defense Contract Management Agency headquarters at Fort Lee, Virginia. She has been a part of the DCMA team for five years.
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Army Lt. Gen. David Bassett assumed leadership of DCMA from outgoing director Navy Vice Adm. David Lewis during a June 4 ceremony at Fort Lee, Virginia.
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Navy Pilots Lt. Austin Harrington and Lt. Cmdr. Denis Alford, both assigned to Defense Contract Management Agency Boeing Seattle, and Geffen Camp, a contractor supporting the P-8A Poseidon program at Naval Air Station Jacksonville, pose with the 100th P-8A Poseidon delivered to the Navy at NAS JAX, Fla., May 14.
Virtual Change of Command
Virtual ceremony ensures real-world operations continue.
Screenshot of four people giving a web-based presentation.
DCMA's DIBCAC partnered with the DoD Office of Small Business Programs for a recent webinar on the cybersecurity assessment process.
F-35A fleet doubles at Eielson
Graphic with text
A smiling man stands beside a row of military flags
Nurses receive a package of treats from children in front of a hospital
Smiling woman wears a cream-colored blouse
Three men in military uniforms stand together in a formal manner
Three navy pilots stand in front of an airplane
Virtual Change of Command
Screenshot of four people giving a web-based presentation.

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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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Army Lt. Gen. David G. Bassett, DMCA Director

Army Lt. Gen. David G. Bassett Director, Defense Contract Management Agency
As director, Lt. Gen. Bassett leads a Department of Defense agency consisting of more than 12,000 civilians and military personnel who manage more than 300,000 contracts performed at 15,000 locations worldwide, with a total value in excess of $7 trillion.

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