The U.S. Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) needs to do a better job managing some of its excess long-term storage (LTS) items, the Pentagon Inspector General (IG) says in a recent report. “DLA did not effectively manage LTS inventory.” IG says. “Specifically, DLA stored items in LTS inventory that exceeded historical demand and, therefore, were not justified for retention.” The IG reviewed whether items assigned to LTS were justified and reused and whether unneeded ...

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