Storing less equipment, and doing it more effectively, will be a long-term trend at the U.S. Defense Department’s combat logistics support agency as it plans to cut its size and business activity by more than a quarter in the coming years. The director of the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), Navy Vice Adm. Mark Harnitchek, told reporters this month that DLA has "already put money in the bank" as it moves to cut $13 billion from its operations and material costs over fiscal ...


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