Projected Impact of Decreasing Department of Defense Budgets and Consumable Item Transfers on the Defense Logistics Agency
DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY ALEXANDRIA VA
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The purpose of this study was to evaluate the impacts of the Consumable Item Transfers mandated by Defense Management Review Directive 926 and impending budget cuts on the Defense Logistics Agency DLA demand workload. This study estimated the net effects of the DLA demand workload increases due to the transfer of approximately 961,000 items from the Military Services to DLA and the demand workload decreases due to reduced national defense budget outlays. Based on the results of this study, DLA should expect a net increase in demand in terms of constant FY 90 dollars from FY 90 to FY 93, followed by a slight decline from FY 92 to FY 95. However, these net effects on demand workload vary widely by commodity due to the uneven commodity distribution of the Consumable Item Transfers. The predicted demand workload figures for FY 91 through FY 95 were broken out by center and by year in this study to assist with advance workload planning.
- Administration and Management
- Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies