A woman observes a chef at work.
In 2011, Anderson visited Fort Lee, Virginia, home of the Defense Department's Joint Culinary Center of Excellence.
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Steven Arora is an administrative contracting officer at DCMA Cleveland. He has been a part of the DCMA team since September 2019.
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DCMA Sikorsky completed delivery of the first Low Rate Initial Production HH-60W “Jolly Green II” Combat Rescue Helicopter, the latest iteration of the Pave Hawk family of helicopters for the U.S. Air Force.
John Lyle stands at podium.
John Lyle has spent his professional life in pursuit of significance through service. The senior executive service member recently retired as Defense Contract Management Agency’s deputy director.
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Cashe and Celiz were honored posthumously, while Plumlee received the award in person.
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Jason Rawson is the Engineering & Analysis Group director at DCMA Lockheed Martin Marietta in Georgia. He has been a part of the DCMA team for almost 15 years.
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Aisha Glover went through DCMA’s Keystone program to become one of the newest quality assurance specialists. The agency is encouraging more women to join the career field.
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Every 7th of December, our country remembers and honors the lives lost during the attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 80 years ago today.
A woman observes a chef at work.
Smiling man wears a dark suit and blue and white shirt
Two U.S. Air Force officers in uniform accept a log book and shake hands with two men in business suits in front of a helicopter.
John Lyle stands at podium.
A male service member has his arm around the shoulder of another male service member.
Smiling man wears a gray sweater with a white shirt and red tie
A woman, Aisha Glover, looks into the camera.
A man places a lei on a metal pole while standing in a room with names carved on the wall.
Graphic showing U.S. military service members from various eras, Revolutionary War, Civil War, World War Two and Vietnam.

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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Top Stories

My DCMA: Steven Arora, administrative contracting officer Story

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Lyle’s legacy of service shines in reflection Story

Director's Corner

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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