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DCMA Newsroom


All News and Features

Sept. 27, 2022

DCMA, Germany host annual conference

About 100 representatives from 20 countries met recently in the shadow of Germany’s highest peak.

Sept. 26, 2022

NITAM: Critical thinking in digital spaces – Disinformation

The Counter-Insider Threat Program team discusses the emerging threat of Deepfakes, a form of digitally altered media that uses artificial intelligence to create believable messaging.

Sept. 23, 2022

Communication Navigation: Network of managers boost agency ‘comms’

New organizational contacts answer questions across communication spectrum.

Sept. 21, 2022

My DCMA: Ray Embro, contract administrator

My DCMA showcases the agency’s experienced and diverse workforce.

Sept. 20, 2022

NITAM: Critical thinking in digital spaces – Social Media

Individuals are spending an increased amount of time online these days. It is vital to exercise critical thinking in digital spaces to protect yourself and those you love. It is easy to use open source tools to aggregate data and build a profile on you.

Sept. 19, 2022

Employees graduate from Emerging Leaders Pilot Program

The cohort of 47 employees, representing many diverse job series, completed the demanding 18-month leadership development program in August.

Sept. 15, 2022

DLA Document Services preparing customers for NARA’s Dec. 31 deadline for digital records

Defense Logistics Agency Document Services is making it easier for Defense Department components that submit records to the National Archives and Records Administration to meet a new digital-format requirement by Dec. 31, when physical records will no longer be accepted.

DCMA Public Affairs Sept. 14, 2022

My DCMA: Richard Lehosky, QAS

My DCMA showcases the agency’s experienced and diverse workforce.

Sept. 9, 2022

FB director leads by example, shows failure not an option

Cherry Wilcoxon grew up in Pike County, Alabama, where she attended a segregated elementary school. Her parents and teachers taught her to excel at an early age.

Sept. 7, 2022

My DCMA: Greg Stein, contract price and cost analyst

My DCMA showcases the agency’s experienced and diverse workforce.