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DCMA Newsroom


All News and Features

Dec. 21, 2023

Lt. Gen. Gregory Masiello takes charge of DCMA

Lt. Gen. Gregory Masiello relieved Lt. Gen. David Bassett as DCMA director during a change of leadership ceremony on Fort Gregg-Adams, Va., at Larkin Hall Dec. 20.

Dec. 20, 2023

My DCMA: Stephen Matoesian, lead QA engineer

“A product delivered quickly is only good if it can meet the warfighter’s need … Good quality is good business and DCMA’s presence helps to ensure that,” said Stephen Matoesian.

Dec. 18, 2023

Shields highlights Federal Digital Engineering Forum as keynote speaker

The Defense Department organized the collaborative, three-day event, which brought together several agencies, early acquisition partners and consumers.

Dec. 13, 2023

My DCMA: Jose Wallace, senior industrial specialist

Jose Wallace is a senior industrial specialist assigned to DCMA Arlington Heights, Illinois. He has been with the agency for 11 years.

Dec. 11, 2023

Wilcoxon receives Presidential Rank Award

DCMA's Financial Business Operations director received the award for her contribution to mission success.

Dec. 8, 2023

Welcome to DCMA Maj. Gen. Masiello!

The Senate confirmed Marine Corps Maj. Gen. Gregory Masiello Tuesday to be the next Defense Contract Management Agency director.

Dec. 6, 2023

DCMA Twin Cities receive Alan E. Peterson Award

John Dresch, a member of the National Property Management Association and University of Minnesota National Seminar on Government Contracts committee, presented an award to Air Force Col. Danny Stupinski, DCMA Twin Cities commander, during a Commander’s Call Nov. 7.

Nov. 16, 2023

My DCMA: Kendra Barnard, contract administrator

“DCMA is important to America’s warfighters because we are the silent guardians. We ensure the safety, needs, and wellbeing of America’s bravest are met while they defend our nation,” said Kendra Barnard.

Nov. 13, 2023

Nation celebrates Native American Heritage Month

Native American men and women serve in the armed forces at five times the national average, and have served with distinction in every conflict since the birth of this country, a Department of Defense official said.

Nov. 8, 2023

My DCMA: Darron Harbert, administrative contracting officer

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