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DLA Starts Electronic Data Service Migration; Vicky Sandberg Comments

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The Defense Logistics Agency has begun transitioning its electronic data service to a new portal in order to comply with the Defense Department’s requirements for protecting confidential information.

The web-based Federal Logistics Information System is built as a portal for researchers seeking to gain access to DoD’s publicly-available information, DLA said Wednesday.

“Beginning in June, the public WebFLIS search will be moving to the FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) reading room as the original application is decommissioned,” said Vicky Sandberg, data product and services manager of the FLIS.

Sandberg added that the public can still access FLIS data through PUB LOG FLIS Search service after June.

DLA’s Battle Creek, Mich.-based Federal Logistics Information System Portfolio Management Office maintains the portal.

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