DLA Disposition Services site closed
for upgrade Jan. 7-18
|The Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Disposition Services
Field Office Sparta will be closed from Jan. 7-18 to prepare for a
computer systems upgrade. It will reopen Jan. 22 as the computer system
is deployed and training continues.
During that time, DLA Disposition Services will replace its legacy
computer system, known as “DAISY,” with the Reutilization Business
Integration (RBI) solution.
RBI is expected to provide real-time asset visibility throughout the DLA
supply chain. There is little or no delay between when data is entered
and when it is available to other users. Items available for
reutilization, transfer, donation, and sales also will have increased
For more information in the Fort McCoy community, contact Linda
Smothers, Scott Humburg or Brandon Roderick at 608-388-3685/3719/2753 or
view the organization’s website at
The DLA Customer Interaction Center at 1-877-DLA-CALL (1-877-352-2255)
is accessible 24/7 and also can provide more information.
Military units that use DLA Disposition Services save their units and
taxpayers millions of dollars each year.
Excess property and material turned in from the military services is
first offered for reuse within the Department of Defense at no cost and
with free shipping. Remaining items can be transferred to federal
agencies or donated to state and local governments and other qualified
agencies or used to aid humanitarian relief efforts.
Safe and appropriate items that remain can be sold to the general
DLA Disposition Services also provides disposal solutions for hazardous
waste and materials.