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DoD (Department of Defense) 1033 Program | The Unacknowledged Successor to the Comprehensive Crime Control Act of 1984

Written By Michael Reign on Sunday, October 5, 2014 | 6:43 PM


Founded on the pretext of providing law enforcement agencies at the domestic level a significantly enhanced measure of offensive and defensive capability in instances of crowd control relating to the onset of civil disturbance or mass demonstration, the DoD (Department of Defense) 1033 Program was born into existence following Congressional passage of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1997 (FY 97) (Also known as H.R. 3230, this legislative stipulation authorized appropriations for the fiscal year of 1997 for military activities involving the Department of Defense, for the construction of facilities, and for the national defense capabilities of the Department of Energy, to prescribe personnel strengths for such fiscal year for the Armed Forces, and for other purposes). The prior stated directive, through its inclusion in the Federal Registry, permitted the transfer of military-grade equipment - including but not limited to the following: ballistic armor accessories, mine-resistant ambush protected (MRAP) transportation, automatic weapons, explosive ordnance, biochemical agents and derivatives (RCAs, or Riot Control Agents incorporating the use of tear gas and respiratory irritants such as 2-chloroacetophenone [CN] and 2-chlorobenzylidenemalononitrile [CS]), ammunition stockpiles, etc. - to auxiliary civilian contingents throughout the continental United States, as well as its territorial municipalities. In October of 1995, more than four years after the passage of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Years 1990 and 1991 (legislative provisions authorizing the transfer and appropriation of surplus DoD property and materials to federal and state agencies for use in counter-narcotics trafficking operations - the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1997 significantly expanded the 1033 Program’s initial scope of influence to include the requisition of military weapons and armament by domestic law enforcement/ civilian city and state government appendages for use in the event of civil disturbances and public demonstrations), the U.S. Defense Logistics Agency (USDLA) acquired jurisdiction over the program, with the Law Enforcement Support Office (LESO) - an intergovernmental mediary whose base of operations is recognized as the DLA Disposition Services Headquarters in Battle Creek, Michigan - assuming a proprietary role in the directive’s implementation. These organizations, particularly the USDLA, possess a long and storied history with the DoD, a fact evidenced in the following account:

At the close of 2014 there were a total of 3,900 military defense contracts listed for the United States Defense Logistics Agency, with only solicitations possessing a value in excess of $6.5 million USD (U.S. Dollars) being formally acknowledged by the U.S. DoD. Each contractual listing is arranged in descending order, with the date of formal agreement between parties appearing from the most recent calendar equivalent to the first documented article of solicitation. The itemized register below the contents of this written stanza encompasses the current fiscal year of 2014, with the entirety of the inventory in question being located in the appended link:


AGGREGATE DLA EXPENDITURE | FY 2014 (FISCAL YEAR 2014) - $44,585,020,559

NOTE: The numeric listing in the above composite exists as a fractional representation of one of many facets that can be attributed to U.S. Defense Spending/ Monetary Expenditure for FY 2014 (Fiscal Year 2014).

12.30.2014 | GE HEALTHCARE Monetary Allotment - $43,200,000
12.30.2014 | RAYTHEON COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $8,500,000
12.29.2014 | AM GENERAL LLC Monetary Allotment - $21,058,014
12.29.2014 | MTU AMERICA, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $20,704,870
12.24.2014 | REINHART FOODSERVICE Monetary Allotment - $284,040,000
12.24.2014 | US FOODS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $11,250,000
12.24.2014 | SYSCO FOODSERVICE - ALABAMA Monetary Allotment - $8,250,000
12.23.2014 | EN POINTE GOV, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $11,207,546
12.22.2014 | CONMED CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $9,500,000
12.19.2014 | THOMAS SCIENTIFIC, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $48,000,000
12.19.2014 | ROCKWELL COLLINS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $46,581,071
12.19.2014 | ROCKY BRAND, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $15,329,386
12.19.2014 | JIANAS BROTHERS PACKAGING COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $14,278,245
12.19.2014 | ALTAMA DELTA CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $10,148,631
12.18.2014 | MERIDIAN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIES Monetary Allotment - $129,537,132
12.18.2014 | BERG MANUFACTURING, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $12,637,500
12.18.2014 | GENERAL DYNAMICS-OTS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $9,280,639
12.17.2014 | Y HATA AND COMPANY LTD Monetary Allotment - $201,000,000
12.17.2014 | Y HATA AND COMPANY LTD Monetary Allotment - $141,000,000
12.17.2014 | UTILIS USA Monetary Allotment - $200,000,000
12.17.2014 | POWER PARAGON, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $23,845,101
12.17.2014 | WEGMANN USA, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $8,519,817
12.17.2014 | WEGMANN USA, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $8,050,882
12.16.2014 | FOREST PRODUCTS DISTRIBUTORS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $115,965,122
12.16.2014 | SCIENCE APPLICATION INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $23,000,000
12.15.2014 | PHILLIPS 66 COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $93,603,382
12.15.2014 | RESOURCE CENTER Monetary Allotment - $10,000,000
12.12.2014 | SYSCO HAMPTON ROADS Monetary Allotment - $17,500,000
12.12.2014 | Y HATA AND COMPANY LTD Monetary Allotment - $12,296,477
12.12.2014 | Y HATA AND COMPANY LTD Monetary Allotment - $6,778,151
12.11.2014 | BARR LABORATORIES, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $29,299,919
12.10.2014 | MICHELIN NORTH AMERICA, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $9,398,494
12.8.2014 | TXU ENERGY RETAIL COMPANY LLC Monetary Allotment - $53,280,484
12.5.2014 | US FOODS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $245,716,983
12.5.2014 | US FOODS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $23,750,000
12.4.2014 | KPMG LLP Monetary Allotment - $14,000,766
12.3.2014 | VETERANS HEALTH Monetary Allotment - $45,000,000
12.2.2014 | MICHELIN NORTH AMERICA Monetary Allotment - $35,208,626
12.2.2014 | BETHEL INDUSTRIES, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $14,253,665
12.1.2014 | EXCEL MANUFACTURING Monetary Allotment - $40,000,000
12.1.2014 | ROBYS COUNTRY GARDENS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $12,201,175
12.1.2014 | SHORT BARK INDUSTRIES, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $11,011,544
12.1.2014 | KANDOR MANUFACTURING, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $6,788,486

AGGREGATE DLA EXPENDITURE | DECEMBER - $2,108,972,108


11.28.2014 | GRAYBAR ELECTRIC COMPANY, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $30,000,000
11.28.2014 | SCIENCE APPLICATIONS INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $25,000,000
11.28.2014 | SUPPLYCORE, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $15,000,000
11.28.2014 | UNITED PARADYNE CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $13,981,670
11.25.2014 | SYSCO HAMPTON ROADS Monetary Allotment - $238,000,000
11.25.2014 | CPI AERO Monetary Allotment - $56,000,000
11.25.2014 | STERLINGWEAR OF BOSTON, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $6,835,250
11.24.2014 | GENERAL ELECTRIC - AVIATION Monetary Allotment - $329,135,767
11.21.2014 | BP PRODUCTS NORTH AMERICA, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $44,183,579
11.21.2014 | COACHYS AND ASSOCIATES LLC Monetary Allotment - $10,281,250
11.21.2014 | TENNIER INDUSTRIES, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $9,270,625
11.20.2014 | PATTERSON DENTAL Monetary Allotment - $15,000,000
11.19.2014 | CONSTELLATION NEWENERGY, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $167,905,405
11.19.2014 | WASHINGTON GAS ENERGY SERVICES, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $28,500,495
11.18.2014 | GOODYEAR TIRE AND RUBBER COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $43,670,662
11.18.2014 | EXCEL GARMENT MANUFACTURING LTD Monetary Allotment - $7,189,424
11.17.2014 | GRAYBAR ELECTRIC COMPANY, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $8,900,000
11.17.2014 | SCIENCE APPLICATIONS INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $6,800,000
11.14.2014 | SRI INTERNATIONAL Monetary Allotment - $38,013,151
11.14.2014 | MICHELIN NORTH AMERICA Monetary Allotment - $32,032,230
11.14.2014 | DIRECT ENERGY BUSINESS LLC Monetary Allotment - $14,633,536
11.14.2014 | MICHELIN NORTH AMERICA Monetary Allotment - $8,931,528
11.13.2014 | AMERISOURCEBERGEN DRUG COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $4,055,350,448
11.13.2014 | DMS PHARMACEUTICAL GROUP, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $92,030,006
11.13.2014 | DAKOTA DRUG, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $16,689,043
11.12.2014 | SCIENCE APPLICATIONS INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $9,500,000
11.7.2014 | US FOODS, SALEM DIVISION Monetary Allotment - $183,686,009
11.7.2014 | SYSCO CENTRAL TEXAS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $90,000,000
11.7.2014 | CONSTELLATION NEWENERGY, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $44,731,957
11.7.2014 | GOODYEAR TIRE AND RUBBER COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $24,144,737
11.7.2014 | SYSCO EASTERN MARYLAND Monetary Allotment - $16,000,000
11.7.2014 | GOODYEAR TIRE AND RUBBER COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $11,230,049
11.5.2014 | MACCAFERRI, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $500,000,000
11.5.2014 | CARDINAL HEALTH, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $95,000,000
11.5.2014 | PHARMA LOGISTICS LTD Monetary Allotment - $46,159,211
11.5.2014 | API LLC Monetary Allotment - $33,896,716
11.5.2014 | GENERAL DYNAMICS LAND SYSTEMS - FORCE PROTECTION, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $10,660,911
11.4.2014 | HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $67,001,544
11.4.2014 | BIOMET 31 LLC Monetary Allotment - $27,774,800
11.4.2014 | COTTONWOOD, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $8,545,500


AGGREGATE DLA EXPENDITURE | NOVEMBER - $6,491,665,503

10.31.2014 | KPMG LLP Monetary Allotment - $9,662,653
10.30.2014 | RAYTHEON COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $38,826,176
10.30.2014 | NIHON KOHDEN AMERICA Monetary Allotment - $27,579,330
10.30.2014 | BREMEN-BOWDON INVESTMENTS Monetary Allotment - $13,033,800
10.29.2014 | KPMG LLP Monetary Allotment - $48,083,075
10.29.2014 | UTC AEROSPACE SYSTEMS Monetary Allotment - $22,270,112
10.29.2014 | ST MICHAELS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $14,322,936
10.27.2014 | SCIENCE APPLICATIONS INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $20,500,000
10.24.2014 | ASSOCIATED PETROLEUM PRODUCTS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $7,347,232
10.22.2014 | THALES COMPONENTS CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $12,898,008
10.17.2014 | US FOODS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $164,878,296
10.17.2014 | SCIENCE APPLICATIONS INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $58,000,000
10.17.2014 | SYSCO KANSAS CITY, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $51,384,209
10.17.2014 | SUPPLYCORE, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $16,000,000
10.16.2014 | SMART HEALTH, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $45,000,000
10.15.2014 | MINDRAY DS USA, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $59,334,862
10.15.2014 | REINHART FOODSERVICE LLC Monetary Allotment - $7,684,500
10.10.2014 | US FOODS, PORT ORANGE DIVISION Monetary Allotment - $312,584,084
10.10.2014 | TULSA DENTAL PRODUCTS LLC DBA DENTSPLY TULSA DENTAL SPECIALTIES Monetary Allotment - $15,237,110
10.10.2014 | BELL HELICOPTER Monetary Allotment - $7,637,586
10.10.2014 | KAVO DENTAL TECHNOLOGIES LLC Monetary Allotment - $6,600,000
10.3.2014 | WELLCO ENTERPRISES, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $14,372,625
10.3.2014 | SPACELABS MEDICAL, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $14,372,625
10.1.2014 | MERCHANTS FOODSERVICE Monetary Allotment - $210,000,000
10.1.2014 | THUNDER CAT TECHNOLOGY LLC Monetary Allotment - $16,241,856
10.1.2014 | CHUGACH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $13,682,761

AGGREGATE DLA EXPENDITURE | OCTOBER - $1,237,533,836


9.30.2014 | US FOODS RALEIGH DIVISION Monetary Allotment - $325,000,000
9.30.2014 | DHS SYSTEMS Monetary Allotment - $200,000,000
9.30.2014 | OLD NORTH UTILITY SERVICES, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $193,513,320
9.30.2014 | ROCKWELL COLLINS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $54,947,505
9.30.2014 | SHAMROCK FOODS COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $44,655,915
9.30.2014 | TENNIER INDUSTRIES, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $22,977,600
9.30.2014 | US FOODSERVICE, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - 17,108,775
9.30.2014 | AMERICAN WATER OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $13,491,231
9.30.2014 | JAY MOULDING CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $9,675,500
9.30.2014 | KEYSTONE AVIATION LLC DBA TAC AIR Monetary Allotment - $6,817,012
9.29.2014 | REENERGY BLACK RIVER LLC Monetary Allotment - $288,918,210
9.29.2014 | ROCKWELL COLLINS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $151,296,000
9.29.2014 | NOBLE SUPPLY AND LOGISTICS Monetary Allotment - $57,000,000
9.29.2014 | ATLANTIC DIVING SUPPLY, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $48,000,000
9.29.2014 | ABBOTT LABORATORIES, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $48,800,000
9.29.2014 | IMPACT INSTRUMENTATION, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $35,000,000
9.29.2014 | AURORA INDUSTRIES, LLC Monetary Allotment - $11,533,632
9.29.2014 | STANDARD SAFETY EQUIPMENT Monetary Allotment - $7,542,000
9.26.2014 | LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $10,030,304
9.25.2014 | GENTEX CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $11,346,457
9.24.2014 | NORTHRUP GRUMMAN SYSTEMS CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $19,748,015
9.24.2014 | FLIR SYSTEMS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $15,385,578
9.24.2014 | BOEING COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $6,891,545
9.23.2014 | ZOLL MEDICAL CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $39,848,375
9.23.2014 | PHILIPS HEALTHCARE Monetary Allotment - $27,366,537
9.23.2014 | GOLDEN STATE MEDICAL SUPPLY Monetary Allotment - $14,070,220
9.23.2014 | US FOODS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $10,200,000
9.23.2014 | BURLINGTON APPAREL FABRICS Monetary Allotment - $9,696,000
9.23.2014 | SYSCO HAMPTON ROADS Monetary Allotment - $7,500,000
9.22.2014 | MCCRAE INDUSTRIES, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $6,963,008
9.19.2014 | 3M COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $26,042,557
9.19.2014 | GRAYBAR ELECTRIC COMPANY, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $24,000,000
9.19.2014 | SCIENCE APPLICATION INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $23,000,000
9.19.2014 | IBIS TEK LLC Monetary Allotment - $9,425,053
9.19.2014 | PALMETTO STATE UTILITY SERVICES Monetary Allotment - $7,447,164
9.18.2014 | PENTAQ MANUFACTURING CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $31,895,125
9.18.2014 | PENTAQ MANUFACTURING CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $18,499,172
9.18.2014 | RAYTHEON COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $13,214,320
9.18.2014 | FUEL SERVICES DL JOINT VENTURE Monetary Allotment - $9,160,940
9.17.2014 | AVKARE, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $24,899,055
9.16.2014 | LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $13,983,000
9.16.2014 | FEDERAL PRISON INDUSTRIES, INCORPORATED DBA UNICOR Monetary Allotment - $13,533,000
9.15.2014 | SCIENCE APPLICATION INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $423,800,000
9.15.2014 | OCENCO, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $45,332,200
9.15.2014 | CAE HEALTHCARE, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $28,500,000
9.15.2014 | VIRGINIA ELECTRIC AND POWER COMPANY DBA DOMINION VIRGINIA POWER Monetary Allotment - $17,687,041
9.15.2014 | BOEING COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $293,197,885
9.12.2014 | VALERO MARKETING AND SUPPLY COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $324,925,809
9.12.2014 | PETROMAX LLC Monetary Allotment - $45,693,862
9.10.2014 | SIKORSKY AEROSPACE SERVICES Monetary Allotment - $12,070,183
9.10.2014 | GKN AEROSPACE CHEM-TRONICS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $9,728,213
9.9.2014 | SNC MANUFACTURING LLC Monetary Allotment - $96,281,660
9.9.2014 | DYNO OIL AND ELECTRIC LLC Monetary Allotment - $75,802,867
9.9.2014 | KFORCE GOVERNMENT SOLUTIONS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $25,498,060
9.5.2014 | EXELIS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $15,380,162
9.2.2014 | PROPPER INTERNATIONAL, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $124,470,982


AGGREGATE DLA EXPENDITURE | SEPTEMBER - $3,367,801,049

8.29.2014 | NOBLE SUPPLY AND LOGISTICS Monetary Allotment - $410,000,000
8.29.2014 | SUPPLYCORE Monetary Allotment - $350,000,000
8.29.2014 | AMERICAN WATER OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $296,750,180
8.29.2014 | SCIENCE APPLICATIONS INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $144,000,000
8.29.2014 | US FOODS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $23,250,000
8.29.2014 | SCIENCE APPLICATIONS INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $19,000,000
8.29.2014 | GRAYBAR ELECTRIC COMPANY, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $16,600,000
8.29.2014 | SYSCO FOOD SERVICE Monetary Allotment - $10,650,000
8.28.2014 | ARTHREX, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $255,000,000
8.28.2014 | AMERICAN APPAREL, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $99,000,000
8.28.2014 | A-DEC, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $48,250,000
8.28.2014 | LOCKHEED MARTIN MS2 Monetary Allotment - $10,271,439
8.28.2014 | BRAD HALL AND ASSOCIATES Monetary Allotment - $8,649,152
8.28.2014 | ASSOCIATED PETROLEUM PRODUCTS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $6,716,271
8.27.2014 | SHELBY GROUP INTERNATIONAL, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $7,000,000
8.26.2014 | INTERNATIONAL ENTERPRISES, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $28,905,257
8.26.2014 | DOVE MEDICAL SUPPLY LLC Monetary Allotment - $25,000,000
8.26.2014 | DENTAL HEALTH PRODUCTS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $9,250,000
8.22.2014 | ANCHOR INDUSTRIES Monetary Allotment - $200,000,000
8.22.2014 | GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $123,409,100
8.22.2014 | US FOODS NORTH DAKOTA Monetary Allotment - $17,250,000
8.22.2014 | PRODUCE CONNECTION Monetary Allotment - $7,912,228
8.19.2014 | SYSCO RALEIGH Monetary Allotment - $281,250,000
8.18.2014 | CHEVRON PRODUCTS COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $9,355,150
8.15.2014 | US FOODS - LA MIRADA DIVISION Monetary Allotment - $36,666,667
8.15.2014 | SYSCO HAMPTON ROADS Monetary Allotment - $30,500,000
8.15.2014 | SCIENCE APPLICATIONS INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $10,500,000
8.13.2014 | DENTSPLY CAULK Monetary Allotment - $21,000,000
8.12.2014 | GOLDEN MANUFACTURING COMPANY, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $36,716,648
8.12.2014 | PUERTO RICO APPAREL MANUFACTURING CORPORATION - PRAMA Monetary Allotment - $15,938,573
8.11.2014 | VALERO MARKETING AND SUPPLY COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $491,703,924
8.11.2014 | EXXONMOBIL FUELS LUBRICANTS AND SPECIALTIES MARKETING COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $373,923,333
8.11.2014 | EQUILON ENTERPRISES DBA SHELL OIL PRODUCTS US Monetary Allotment - $349,749,657
8.11.2014 | PETRO STAR, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $168,337,222
8.11.2014 | HAWAII INDEPENDENT ENERGY Monetary Allotment - $163,945,596
8.11.2014 | WESTERN REFINING COMPANY LP Monetary Allotment - $141,583,656
8.11.2014 | CHEVRON USA, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $104,455,466
8.11.2014 | BP WEST COAST PRODUCTS Monetary Allotment - $59,079,000
8.11.2014 | PHILLIPS 66 COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $33,490,878
8.11.2014 | EPIC AVIATION LLC Monetary Allotment - $12,002,258
8.11.2014 | CALUMET MONTANA REFINING LLC Monetary Allotment - $9,474,317
8.8.2014 | BIOURJA TRADING LLC Monetary Allotment - $72,705,120
8.8.2014 | DNO, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $18,974,716
8.8.2014 | US FOODS INCORPORATED - SALEM DIVISION Monetary Allotment - $16,450,000
8.8.2014 | US FOODS INCORPORATED - NORTH DAKOTA Monetary Allotment - $9,000,000
8.6.2014 | DRAEGER MEDICAL, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $60,000,000
8.6.2014 | SOPAKCO PACKAGING Monetary Allotment - $23,874,720
8.6.2014 | WORNICK COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $12,919,200
8.6.2014 | VALLEY APPAREL Monetary Allotment - $7,549,725
8.5.2014 | PARKER HANNIFIN CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $238,050,000

AGGREGATE DLA EXPENDITURE | AUGUST - $4,926,057,453

7.30.2014 | PELICAN/ HARDIGG INDUSTRIES Monetary Allotment - $35,440,000
7.29.2014 | GOSSNER FOODS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $25,577,791
7.29.2014 | GRAYBAR ELECTRIC COMPANY, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $15,000,000
7.29.2014 | SCIENCE APPLICATION INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $10,500,000
7.29.2014 | SUPPLYCORE, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $8,000,000
7.28.2014 | BOEING COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $6,969,157
7.28.2014 | GOLDEN STATE MEDICAL SUPPLY Monetary Allotment - $6,590,033
7.25.2014 | SCIENCE APPLICATION INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $32,000,000
7.25.2014 | SUPPLYCORE, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $8,000,000
7.24.2014 | URS FEDERAL SERVICES, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $19,822,134
7.23.2014 | MCCRAE INDUSTRIES, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $14,393,768
7.22.2014 | CARTER INDUSTRIES, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $9,417,600
7.18.2014 | HARIFORD PROVISION COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $83,000,000
7.18.2014 | SYSCO BARABOO Monetary Allotment - $16,500,000
7.18.2014 | URS FEDERAL SERVICES, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $11,767,117
7.15.2014 | MERCHANTS FOOD SERVICE Monetary Allotment - $7,220,745
7.14.2014 | AVKARE, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $9,728,923
7.9.2014 | CUSTOM MANUFACTURING AND ENGINEERING Monetary Allotment - $7,085,250
7.8.2014 | BP PRODUCTS NORTH AMERICA, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $112,842,240
7.8.2014 | SHELL TRADING COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $12,517,260
7.7.2014 | PETROLEUM TRADERS COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $15,838,744
7.7.2014 | FEDERAL PRISON INDUSTRIES, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $9,687,600
7.3.2014 | THALES DEFENSE AND SECURITY, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $13,437,584

AGGREGATE DLA EXPENDITURE | JULY - $491,336,396

6.30.2014 | POCONO PROFOODS Monetary Allotment - $79,800,000
6.30.2014 | BUCKEYE TERMINALS LLC Monetary Allotment - $42,533,000
6.30.2014 | RENZI BROS. INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $33,600,000
6.30.2014 | GLOBAL COMPANIES LLC Monetary Allotment - $24,300,000
6.30.2014 | BP PRODUCTS NORTH AMERICA Monetary Allotment - $21,465,000
6.27.2014 | BAE SYSTEMS Monetary Allotment - $89,460,000
6.27.2014 | TW METALS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $15,000,000
6.27.2014 | FEDERAL RESOURCES SUPPLY COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $9,900,000
6.27.2014 | SYSCO HAMPTON ROADS Monetary Allotment - $9,750,000
6.27.2014 | WOLVERINE SERVICES LLC Monetary Allotment - $8,237,534
6.26.2014 | BELL HELICOPTER TEXTRON, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $8,102,691
6.26.2014 | BELL HELICOPTER TEXTRON, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $7,907,537
6.24.2014 | NOVARTIS VACCINES AND DIAGNOSTICS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $22,200,000
6.24.2014 | AMERICAN APPAREL, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $16,186,860
6.24.2014 | AMERICAN APPAREL, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $15,314,382
6.23.2014 | TK AND K SERVICES LLC Monetary Allotment - $18,915,900
6.23.2014 | LORD CORPORATION, DBA AEROSPACE DIVISION Monetary Allotment - $12,404,463
6.20.2014 | WELCH ALLYN, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $43,650,000
6.20.2014 | GENERAL ELECTRIC AVIATION SYSTEMS Monetary Allotment - $6,700,498
6.19.2014 | HOLOGIC LP Monetary Allotment - $32,000,000
6.17.2014 | ARTCRAFT OPTICAL COMPANY, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $22,500,000
6.16.2014 | CE NIEHOFF AND COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $43,495,987
6.16.2014 | M AND M MANUFACTURING Monetary Allotment - $21,207,508
6.16.2014 | BIMBO BAKERIES USA Monetary Allotment - $8,839,822
6.13.2014 | TIGER NATURAL GAS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $43,277,040
6.13.2014 | BP ENERGY COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $42,801,948
6.12.2014 | CITY LIGHT AND POWER, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $281,622,253
6.12.2014 | AMERICAN MEDICAL DEPOT Monetary Allotment - $60,000,000
6.12.2014 | CROWN CLOTHING COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $7,709,253
6.11.2014 | ROCKWELL COLLINS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $38,712,696
6.11.2014 | ROCKWELL COLLINS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $25,669,647
6.9.2014 | RAYTHEON COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $8,735,016
6.6.2014 | GLAXOSMITHKLINE Monetary Allotment - $17,616,339
6.6.2014 | SANOFI PASTEUR Monetary Allotment - $8,969,432
6.3.2014 | SYSCO SEATTLE Monetary Allotment - $173,507,460
6.3.2014 | SYSCO SEATTLE Monetary Allotment - $110,818,565
6.3.2014 | SCIMAGE, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $45,000,000
6.3.2014 | GENCO INFRASTRUCTURES SOLUTIONS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $7,955,284

AGGREGATE DLA EXPENDITURE | JUNE - $1,507,866,515

5.30.2014 | PHILLIPS 66 COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $9,407,144
5.30.2014 | MEGGITT ROCKMART, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $7,600,327
5.30.2014 | PHILLIPS 66 COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $7,218,029
5.29.2014 | SCIENCE APPLICATION INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $15,800,000
5.29.2014 | ESSEX INDUSTRIES, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $7,699,472
5.29.2014 | ALLIED TUBE AND CONDUIT CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $6,670,408
5.29.2014 | COBRA SYSTEMS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $6,670,408
5.29.2014 | BERENFIELD CONTAINERS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $6,500,000
5.28.2014 | INVIVO CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $11,788,948
5.28.2014 | SCIENCE APPLICATION INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $15,800,000
5.28.2014 | ESSEX INDUSTRIES, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $7,699,472
5.28.2014 | ALLIED TUBE AND CONDUIT CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $6,670,408
5.28.2014 | COBRA SYSTEMS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $6,670,408
5.28.2014 | BERENFIELD CONTAINERS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $6,500,000
5.27.2014 | ICAD, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $12,000,000
5.27.2014 | DIGIRAD CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $10,923,649
5.22.2014 | FN MANUFACTURING LLC Monetary Allotment - $18,268,158
5.20.2014 | OCEANIC MEDICAL PRODUCTS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $50,000,000
5.19.2014 | GENENTECH USA, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $56,638,585
5.19.2014 | ROCHESTER OPTICAL Monetary Allotment - $19,080,028
5.16.2014 | SCIENCE APPLICATION INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $21,000,000
5.16.2014 | BOEING COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $19,459,507
5.16.2014 | GRAYBAR ELECTRIC COMPANY, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $18,000,000
5.16.2014 | PARAMOUNT PACKAGING Monetary Allotment - $18,000,000
5.16.2014 | ULTRA FLIGHTLINE SYSTEMS Monetary Allotment - $9,990,280
5.15.2014 | BEACON POINT ASSOCIATES LLC Monetary Allotment - $8,000,000
5.15.2014 | VINYL TECHNOLOGY Monetary Allotment - $9,287,082
5.14.2014 | FISHER SCIENTIFIC COMPANY LLC Monetary Allotment - $120,000,000
5.13.2014 | HENRY SCHEIN, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $348,000,000
5.13.2014 | PRODUCE SOURCE PARTNERS Monetary Allotment - $36,000,000
5.13.2014 | KYRISH GOVERNMENT GROUP Monetary Allotment - $16,421,974
5.12.2014 | BOEING COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $42,500,000
5.9.2014 | GAITHERSBURG FARMERS SUPPLY, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $87,500,000
5.9.2014 | BURLINGTON APPAREL Monetary Allotment - $19,500,000
5.9.2014 | BURLINGTON APPAREL Monetary Allotment - $13,633,200
5.8.2014 | VEYANCE TECHNOLOGIES, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $67,113,566
5.8.2014 | TREEN BOX AND PALLET CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $48,000,000
5.8.2014 | ALLIED JOINT VENTURE Monetary Allotment - $20,000,000
5.7.2014 | US FOODS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $67,635,644
5.7.2014 | PHILLYSTRAN, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $21,258,655
5.7.2014 | WHITEHILL MANUFACTURING CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $6,741,345
5.5.2014 | FOSTER FUELS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $828,799,801
5.5.2014 | LABATT FOOD SERVICE Monetary Allotment - $49,500,000
5.2.2014 | BOEING COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $13,500,000
5.2.2014 | ROHRER BROTHERS Monetary Allotment - $7,759,504
5.1.2014 | TULLAHOMA INDUSTRIES LLC Monetary Allotment - $59,389,738

AGGREGATE DLA EXPENDITURE | MAY - $2,266,795,850

4.30.2014 | SUPPLYCORE Monetary Allotment - $200,000,000
4.30.2014 | SIGNATURE FLIGHT SUPPORT CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $15,088,634
4.28.2014 | NYP CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $74,383,433
4.28.2014 | DAYTON BAG AND BURLAP Monetary Allotment - $74,098,240
4.28.2014 | HUTCHINSON INDUSTRIES, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $28,168,596
4.25.2014 | RAYTHEON COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $14,393,119
4.24.2014 | SYLVAN FOREST PRODUCTS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $60,796,669
4.24.2014 | SYSCO NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $12,000,000
4.24.2014 | PERKINELMER GENETRICS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $9,700,000
4.22.2014 | DEXTERS FARMS Monetary Allotment - $47,961,211
4.22.2014 | BELL HELICOPTER TEXTRON, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $38,409,418
4.21.2014 | OMEGA APPAREL Monetary Allotment - $7,499,520
4.18.2014 | DELTA INDUSTRIES Monetary Allotment - $37,177,882
4.18.2014 | GOLDEN STATE MEDICAL SUPPLY Monetary Allotment - $22,512,293
4.17.2014 | HEYLTEX CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $43,292,852
4.17.2014 | DIRECT ENERGY BUSINESS LLC Monetary Allotment - $11,918,926
4.16.2014 | SOURCE GROUP, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $13,810,540
4.16.2014 | SOURCE GROUP, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $10,432,295
4.16.2014 | ROCKWELL COLLINS-ESA VISION SYSTEMS Monetary Allotment - $10,307,718
4.15.2014 | GOLDEN MANUFACTURING COMPANY, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $54,873,720
4.15.2014 | DENTAL HEALTH PRODUCTS Monetary Allotment - $38,436,832
4.15.2014 | MEDIMMUNE BIOLOGICS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $23,274,000
4.14.2014 | BROTHERS PRODUCE, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $6,666,666
4.10.2014 | RIVER TRADING COMPANY LTD Monetary Allotment - $16,871,250
4.10.2014 | CARTER INDUSTRIES, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $12,761,280
4.10.2014 | ELBIT SYSTEMS AMERICA FORT WORTH, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $12,255,000
4.9.2014 | BT RAYMOND, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $633,000,000
4.9.2014 | DENNIS K BURKE, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $65,282,707
4.8.2014 | ROSENBAUER AMERICA Monetary Allotment - $382,500,000
4.8.2014 | ATLANTIC DIVING SUPPLY, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $66,783,068
4.8.2014 | HENRY SCHEIN, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $26,602,450
4.8.2014 | LABATT FOOD SERVICE Monetary Allotment - $17,250,000
4.8.2014 | STERN PRODUCE COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $16,625,000
4.8.2014 | RPR INDUSTRIES Monetary Allotment - $11,601,492
4.8.2014 | EXELAN PHARMACEUTICALS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $8,509,384
4.7.2014 | WOLVERINE WORLD WIDE, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $14,955,649
4.4.2014 | SYSCO HAMPTON ROADS Monetary Allotment - $20,800,000
4.4.2014 | INFRASTRUCTURE DEFENSE TECHNOLOGIES Monetary Allotment - $20,000,000
4.3.2014 | AGILENT TECHNOLOGIES, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $9,607,650
4.2.2014 | HOLOGIC INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $78,910,453
4.2.2014 | UNITED METRO ENERGY CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $57,449,285
4.2.2014 | PAPCO, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $37,197,905
4.2.2014 | CALUMET SAN ANTONIO REFINING LLC Monetary Allotment - $36,393,732
4.2.2014 | PORTS PETROLEUM COMPANY, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $7,126,629
4.1.2014 | PETROLEUM TRADERS CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $66,882,605
4.1.2014 | DENNIS K BURKE, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $65,282,707
4.1.2014 | ALLIED TUBE AND CONDUIT Monetary Allotment - $41,000,000
4.1.2014 | GLOBAL MONTELLO GROUP Monetary Allotment - $36,202,002
4.1.2014 | SPRAGUE OPERATING RESOURCES LLC Monetary Allotment - $34,898,134
4.1.2014 | AIR LIQUIDE INDUSTRIAL US LP Monetary Allotment - $25,310,221
4.1.2014 | BRASSELER USA Monetary Allotment - $22,335,309
4.1.2014 | INDIGO ENERGY PARTNERS LLC Monetary Allotment - $20,745,146
4.1.2014 | NAUGHTON ENERGY CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $18,217,525
4.1.2014 | MANSFIELD OIL COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $14,541,401
4.1.2014 | RIGGINS OIL Monetary Allotment - $9,735,913
4.1.2014 | TALLEY PETROLEUM ENTERPRISES, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $9,504,864
4.1.2014 | FOSTER FUELS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $8,268,245

AGGREGATE DLA EXPENDITURE | APRIL - $2,780,609,770

3.31.2014 | FEDERAL CONTRACTS CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $87,500,000
3.31.2014 | RAYTHEON COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $6,880,715
3.28.2014 | SCIENCE APPLICATION INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $40,000,000
3.28.2014 | US FOODS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $27,418,049
3.28.2014 | FEDERAL RESOURCES SUPPLY COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $24,240,094
3.28.2014 | SYSCO EASTERN MARYLAND Monetary Allotment - $21,375,000
3.28.2014 | TRIUMPH GEAR SYSTEMS Monetary Allotment - $19,991,773
3.28.2014 | WILLBROS GOVERNMENT SERVICES Monetary Allotment - $14,229,960
3.28.2014 | SYSCO FOODSERVICE ALABAMA Monetary Allotment - $12,488,422
3.28.2014 | SUPPLYCORE, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $10,000,000
3.27.2014 | CARDINAL HEALTH, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $16,760,817
3.27.2014 | VEYANCE TECHNOLOGIES, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $10,638,028
3.26.2014 | SIEMENS MEDICAL SOLUTIONS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $1,789,537,539
3.26.2014 | HITACHI MEDICAL SYSTEMS AMERICA, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $90,254,284
3.25.2014 | PHILIPS MEDICAL SYSTEMS Monetary Allotment - $77,172,660
3.25.2014 | LANDMARK AVIATION MIAMI LLC Monetary Allotment - $6,602,581
3.24.2014 | GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $72,955,840
3.24.2014 | FLIR SYSTEMS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $18,191,712
3.24.2014 | DEROSSI AND SON COMPANY, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $13,824,000
3.24.2014 | LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $8,053,848
3.21.2014 | GOVERNMENT SCIENTIFIC SOURCE, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $333,000,000
3.21.2014 | RAYTHEON COMPANY, SPACE AND AIRBORNE SYSTEMS Monetary Allotment - $7,420,000
3.20.2014 | ALLERGAN USA, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $37,242,251
3.18.2014 | ZIMMER US, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $65,642,304
3.18.2014 | LION VALLEN LTD Monetary Allotment - $45,727,402
3.13.2014 | ALTITUDE TECHNOLOGIES DBA CHINOOK MEDICAL GEAR, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $28,636,252
3.12.2014 | API LLC Monetary Allotment - $11,716,450
3.11.2014 | DRAEGER MEDICAL, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $140,000,000
3.11.2014 | GENESIS VISION DBA ROCHESTER OPTICAL Monetary Allotment - $50,000,000
3.10.2014 | CTS CEMENT MANUFACTURING CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $13,701,394
3.7.2014 | TACTICAL AND SURVIVAL SPECIALTIES, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $10,000,000,000
3.7.2014 | TACTICAL AND SURVIVAL SPECIALTIES, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $84,000,000
3.7.2014 | SYSCO CENTRAL FLORIDA Monetary Allotment - $39,375,000
3.7.2014 | SHORE TERMINALS LLC DBA NUSTAR Monetary Allotment - $32,333,197
3.7.2014 | PENTAQ MANUFACTURING CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $27,244,510
3.7.2014 | RAYTHEON COMPANY, SPACE AND AIRBORNE SYSTEMS Monetary Allotment - $8,970,000
3.7.2014 | IMPERIAL SALES COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $8,152,137
3.7.2014 | TULLAHOMA INDUSTRIES, LLC Monetary Allotment - $25,482,000
3.5.2014 | ATLANTIC DIVING SUPPLY DBA ADS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $776,000,000
3.4.2014 | TYSON FOODS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $444,000,000
3.4.2014 | WEST-WARD PHARMACEUTICALS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $70,947,789
3.4.2014 | I SOLUTIONS DIRECT, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $68,724,679
3.4.2014 | BAYER HEALTHCARE PHARMACEUTICALS Monetary Allotment - $49,375,502
3.4.2014 | ADMIRAL METALS SERVICENTER, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $47,801,294
3.4.2014 | I SOLUTIONS DIRECT, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $46,641,107
3.4.2014 | TW METALS Monetary Allotment - $43,478,335
3.4.2014 | CHARLESTON ALUMINUM LLC Monetary Allotment - $35,363,758
3.4.2014 | SHORT BARK INDUSTRIES, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $23,339,900
3.4.2014 | UNIVERSAL SODEXHO Monetary Allotment - $10,800,000
3.4.2014 | DLT SOLUTIONS LLC Monetary Allotment - $45,973,106

AGGREGATE DLA EXPENDITURE | MARCH - $15,029,203,688

2.28.2014 | SUPPLYCORE Monetary Allotment - $340,000,000
2.28.2014 | TW METALS Monetary Allotment - $78,768,905
2.28.2014 | US WORLDMEDS LLC Monetary Allotment - $29,978,934
2.28.2014 | GE DATEX OHMEDA, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $19,847,688
2.28.2014 | GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $12,756,275
2.28.2014 | AVOX SYSTEMS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $19,011,985
2.27.2014 | PETRO STAR, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $7,939,809
2.27.2014 | BAE SYSTEMS, AEROSPACE AND DEFENSE GROUP Monetary Allotment - $79,972,510
2.26.2014 | TENNIER INDUSTRIES Monetary Allotment - $15,709,270
2.26.2014 | PROTECTIVE PRODUCTS ENTERPRISES, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $76,661,994
2.25.2014 | STERIS CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $27,381,687
2.25.2014 | WILLBROS GOVERNMENT SERVICES LLC Monetary Allotment - $9,379,740
2.25.2014 | ZODIAC AEROSPACE Monetary Allotment - $7,063,300
2.25.2014 | TODD’S QUALITY TOMATOES Monetary Allotment - $7,000,000
2.24.2014 | ALCON LABORATORIES, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $23,485,218
2.24.2014 | HITACHI ALOKA MEDICAL LTD Monetary Allotment - $14,420,708
2.24.2014 | OMEGA MEDICAL IMAGING, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $14,014,205
2.24.2014 | FN MANUFACTURING Monetary Allotment - $7,620,000
2.24.2014 | M AND M MANUFACTURING LLC Monetary Allotment - $7,039,102
2.21.2014 | ENERSYS ENERGY PRODUCTS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $40,263,852
2.21.2014 | SYSCO SEATTLE Monetary Allotment - $24,400,000
2.21.2014 | EXIDE TECHNOLOGIES Monetary Allotment - $18,546,992
2.21.2014 | ROCKWELL COLLINS-ESA VISION SYSTEMS Monetary Allotment - $12,235,755
2.21.2014 | ACTAVIS PHARMA Monetary Allotment - $7,692,983
2.19.2014 | RAYTHEON COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $98,189,220
2.19.2014 | US FOODS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $72,000,000
2.18.2014 | COMBAT MEDICAL SYSTEMS LLC Monetary Allotment - $36,396,530
2.18.2014 | EYE SAFETY SYSTEMS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $9,804,328
2.14.2014 | LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $30,814,317
2.14.2014 | LOCKHEED MARTIN Monetary Allotment - $16,584,869
2.12.2014 | FUJIFILM SONASITE, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $39,672,731
2.12.2014 | TULLAHOMA INDUSTRIES, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $9,201,000
2.12.2014 | HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $8,642,970
2.10.2014 | VERMILION VALLEY PRODUCE COMPANY, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $12,937,595
2.10.2014 | RACOE, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $8,709,452
2.7.2014 | FEDERAL CONTRACTS CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $157,500,000
2.7.2014 | GENTEX CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $14,580,000
2.6.2014 | PRODUCE ONE, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $36,000,000
2.5.2014 | WRIGHT AND WRIGHT MACHINERY COMPANY, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $87,500,000
2.5.2014 | READYMAT US LLC Monetary Allotment - $9,000,000
2.4.2014 | SAGENT PHARMACEUTICALS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $28,407,510
2.4.2014 | IMPERIAL FLYING SERVICE, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $15,613,492
2.4.2014 | DENISPLY CAULK Monetary Allotment - $13,098,664
2.3.2014 | SKLAR INSTRUMENTS CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $41,426,795
2.3.2014 | AVFUEL CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $12,058,113
2.3.2014 | OES, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $8,566,833

AGGREGATE DLA EXPENDITURE | FEBRUARY - $1,667,864,831

1.31.2014 | LANCAIR CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $15,635,562
1.31.2014 | BRONZE STAR APPAREL GROUP, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $11,111,611
1.31.2014 | WOLVERINE SERVICES LLC Monetary Allotment - $6,769,722
1.30.2014 | AVFUEL CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $6,985,104
1.29.2014 | AMI INDUSTRIES, INCORPORATED DBA GOODRICH INTERIORS SPECIALTY SEATING Monetary Allotment - $8,817,781
1.28.2014 | WRIGHT AND WRIGHT MACHINERY COMPANY, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $776,000,000
1.28.2014 | TOSHIBA AMERICA MEDICAL SYSTEMS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $187,732,814
1.28.2014 | PANAKELA LLC Monetary Allotment - $22,988,000
1.28.2014 | VITAL IMAGES, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $10,017,588
1.28.2014 | KALMAR RT CENTER LLC Monetary Allotment - $8,211,055
1.27.2014 | THERMO PAC LLC Monetary Allotment - $20,428,312
1.23.2014 | METALS USA, I-SOLUTIONS GROUP Monetary Allotment - $99,253,923
1.23.2014 | VOTO MANUFACTURING SALES COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $10,000,000
1.23.2014 | MIL-BASE INDUSTRIES Monetary Allotment - $10,000,000
1.22.2014 | THOMAS INSTRUMENT Monetary Allotment - $48,702,626
1.22.2014 | COAST CITRUS DISTRIBUTORS Monetary Allotment - $35,158,808
1.22.2014 | FREEMAN HOLDINGS OF CALIFORNIA LLC DBA MILLION AIR VICTORVILLE Monetary Allotment - $28,455,164
1.22.2014 | VALLEY FRUIT AND PRODUCE Monetary Allotment - $14,691,191
1.22.2014 | ROCKWELL COLLINS-ESA VISION SYSTEMS Monetary Allotment - $14,666,736
1.17.2014 | BOH ENVIRONMENTAL LLC Monetary Allotment - $250,000,000
1.17.2014 | AM GENERAL LLC Monetary Allotment - $48,000,000
1.17.2014 | AVFUEL CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $7,417,557
1.16.2014 | KPMG LLP Monetary Allotment - $36,243,243
1.16.2014 | BRIT SYSTEMS Monetary Allotment - $20,297,132
1.16.2014 | SAFETY KLEEN Monetary Allotment - $12,930,214
1.16.2014 | ST MICHAEL’S INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $10,490,323
1.15.2014 | BLUEWATER DEFENSE, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $108,083,360
1.15.2014 | INTERCOMP COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $60,000,000
1.15.2014 | KPMG LLP Monetary Allotment - $10,730,426
1.14.2014 | PACSGEAR, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $30,000,000
1.14.2014 | ROBIN INDUSTRIES, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $10,694,880
1.14.2014 | ESAOTE NORTH AMERICA, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $7,500,000
1.13.2014 | RANDOLPH ENGINEERING, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $33,381,996
1.10.2014 | L-3 COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS WEST Monetary Allotment - $85,485,879
1.10.2014 | DISPENSERS OPTICAL SERVICE CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $17,006,713
1.10.2014 | SIGNATURE FLIGHT SUPPORT CORPORATION Monetary Allotment - $10,936,934
1.10.2014 | BOEING COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $10,000,000
1.9.2014 | AMERICAN WATER OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $288,021,970
1.9.2014 | US FOODS INTERNATIONAL, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $42,226,006
1.9.2014 | MERCHANTS COMPANY Monetary Allotment - $12,316,254
1.9.2014 | US FOODS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $7,232,994
1.8.2014 | GE HEALTHCARE Monetary Allotment - $43,200,000
1.8.2014 | MCCLELLAN JET SERVICES Monetary Allotment - $37,307,380
1.6.2014 | RD BUIE ENTERPRISES, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $51,294,723
1.6.2014 | MIDDLE ATLANTIC WHOLESALE LUMBER, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $51,294,723
1.6.2014 | SYLVAN FOREST PRODUCTS, INCORPORATED Monetary Allotment - $51,294,723
1.6.2014 | S AND S FOREST PRODUCTS LLC Monetary Allotment - $51,294,723

AGGREGATE DLA EXPENDITURE | JANUARY - $2,709,313,560

LINKED ARTICLE OF REFERENCE:

United States Defense Logistics Agency | Military Defense Contracts Listing

The United States Defense Logistics Agency | History and Implementation


Located in Fort Belvoir, in Fairfax County, Virginia; the preliminary organizational structure of the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) was conceived through a series of legislative provisions - most notably, the National Security Act of 1947 (A stipulative measure designed to eliminate the prospect of departmental overlap with regard to services being rendered within the confines of the supply area and effectively mitigate the required time allotment necessary to fulfill contractual obligations relevant to the manufacture and distribution of various articles of equipment pursuant to the national defense), the passage of which established the foundation of a program whose genesis would effect the consolidation of these interdepartmental sectors into a unitary supply agency. The aforementioned directive also created the Munitions Board, an operant extension of the ANMB (Army-Navy Munitions Board, a military defense co-operative established in June 1922, initially comprised of assistant secretaries within each of the respective service branches, the ANMB integrated naval contingents into the planning process. In 1929, the ANMB would become inclusive of a joint strategy designed to expand its scope of influence through the creation of a permanent executive committee) that attempted to restructure each of these major supply chains into joint procurement agencies. Despite its heralded reputation, the Munitions Board was proven incapable of achieving its set goals, and on July 1st, 1952; through Congressional passage of the Defense Cataloging and Standardization Act, specifically 10 U.S. Code § 2451, it was disbanded, its sphere of command, as well as its level of function, later transferred to the Defense Supply Management Agency. Eisenhower Reorganization Plan Number 6 (Recognized as one of a series of initiatives devised by the Eisenhower Administration to effect the replacement of both the Munitions Board and the Defense Supply Management Agency with a single executive - the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Supply and Logistics) abolished these intergovernmental entities, appointing an Assistant Secretary of Defense for Supply and Logistics as the chief director of military inventory. The managerial integration of supplies and services was soon realized with the establishment of a joint Army-Navy-Air Force Support Center, a military co-operative that would be responsible for the creation of itemized registries using a system of nomenclature allowing for the cataloging and organization of equipment essential to the continuity of the national defense. In the middle portion of the 1950’s, commodity manager agencies (also known as “single managers”) were established in the purchase, storage, and issuance of various articles, in the management of inventories, and in the forecasted projection of military requirements. The Army was charged with the management of food and clothing, the Navy was tasked with the organization of medicinal supplies, petroleum, and industrial components, while the Air Force would supervise the manufacture and distribution of electronic devices. In each of the prior stated categories, the managing directors were able to both reduce cost expenditure through the centralization of wholesale stocks, and simplify the process of supply by persuading each of the service branches to adopt the use of standard materials. The concept of commodity manager agencies, though successful to a limited degree, didn’t provide an adequate measure of procedural continuity as outlined in the written recommendations of the Hoover Commission. This was due, in large part, to the fact that each of these managerial collectives operated in compliance with its parent service, thereby forcing prospective consumers to adhere to the administrative tenets of each individual agency at the expense of time and resources.
In 1961, Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara ordered that the single-manager agencies be consolidated into one agency. The Defense Supply Agency (DSA) was established on October 1, 1961, and began operations on January 1, 1962. Eight single-manager agencies became DSA supply centers. In 1965 the DoD (Department of Defense) consolidated a considerable majority of these contract administration activities into the Defense Contract Administration Services (DCAS) - a compartmentalized adjunct housed within the DSA charged with the delegation of contractual responsibility pursuant to the fulfillment of written solicitation.
In recognition of 16 years of growth and expanded onus, on January 1, 1977, officials changed the name of the Defense Supply Agency to the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA). Through the passage of the Goldwater-Nichols DoD Reorganization Act of 1986 (Link 1, Link 2), the DLA was recognized as a combat operations support agency, and in 1988, the agency assumed control over the nation’s stockpile of strategic materials from the General Services Administration (GSA). Soon after, DLA established the Defense National Stockpile Center as a primary-level field services division. In 1990, DoD directed that virtually all contract administration functions be consolidated within DLA. In response, the agency established the DCMC (Defense Contract Management Command), absorbing the DCAS into its newly revised command structure. In 1995 the DLA headquarters and the Defense Fuel Supply Center (renamed Defense Energy Support Center in January 1998) were relocated from Cameron Station in Alexandria, Virginia, to Fort Belvoir, Virginia.

Law Enforcement Agencies and Corporate Security Firms Busy Amassing an Arsenal at the Expense of Taxpayers in the United States


Data obtained from the Pentagon by NPR (National Public Radio) affiliates provides prospective viewing audiences a significant degree of clarity with regard to how their tax dollars are being allocated by various agencies within the Federal Government in compliance with the DoD’s 1033 Program. Included in the linked articles of reference, illustrative composites, and paragraphs that follow is an itemized listing of information detailing the transfer of military-grade equipment to various local, state, and federal municipalities throughout the continental United States via the Pentagon’s LESO from 2006 to April 23, 2014.

LINKED ARTICLES OF REFERENCE:

1033 PROGRAM BENEFICIARIES | Itemized State and Federal Registry (Data accurate through April 23, 2014)
MRAP (Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected) Vehicle Purchase Inventory | Itemized State and County Government Solicitations (Data accurate through July 24, 2014)
LESO PRODUCT TRANSFER REGISTRIES | State and Territorial Municipality Inventories (Data accurate through April 23, 2014)

The following illustrations have been included in the event that the stipulated entry referencing the purchase inventories of MRAP (Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected) vehicles by various state and county governments is somehow stricken from official record:



The DoD’s 1033 Program is the key component of a federally sanctioned directive allowing for the sale and distribution of Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicles to law enforcement agencies throughout the continental United States. Designed to withstand the explosive impact of incendiary weapons (grenades, improvised explosive devices [IEDs]), munitions discharge, and projectiles during military combat operations, in excess of 600 have been transferred to various state and city regulatory organizations within the past year, with Los Angeles County housing nine of the aforementioned articles of transportation in its territorial periphery. The program itself serves as an intergovernmental conduit of transference for far more than items disclosed in the context of public record with the following materials having been actively disseminated by the Pentagon since 2006:



79,288 assault rifles
205 grenade launchers
11,959 bayonets
3,972 combat knives
$124 million worth of night-vision equipment, including sniper scopes
479 explosive ordnance detonation automatons
50 aircraft, including 27 cargo transport airplanes
422 helicopters
More than $3.6 million worth of camouflage gear and other articles of concealment

Information obtained by investigative journalists of the NPR revealed the existence of numerous localized database registries organized in accordance with a unique numerical identifier, a point of exclusivity known as a National Stock Number (NSN) that is used to determine the general category of each individual item as dictated by its position within the Federal Supply inventory. The following illustrations detail these findings, and provide prospective viewing audiences with a greater degree of understanding into the types of equipment being distributed to their respective cities and counties:



LINKED ARTICLE OF REFERENCE:

Uncovering the Truths Behind the Pentagon’s 1033 Program

Further affirmation referencing the militarization of law enforcement agencies throughout the continental United States, as well as its outlying principalities, is documented in the following report - an extensive series of investigations conducted by the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) regarding the emergence of a police state dynamic on American soil:



CONCLUSION: The DoD’s 1033 Program is, in actuality, the operant extension of a prior stipulation that was authored into existence 13 years earlier - the Comprehensive Crime Control Act of 1984, a legislative provision, that, with the inclusion of established dictate outlined within the contents of 28 U.S.C. § 524(c), granted the Department of Justice a significant degree of autonomy relative to that agency’s pre-acknowledged jurisdictional privilege. The A and F subset of which, represent the most egregious violations of the 4th Amendment, in that through the creation of the civil assets forfeiture program as well as its compensatory availability of appropriations specificity clause, new opportunities for the abuse of this Constitutional edict were revisited.

The A subset in UNITED STATES CODE - SECTION 524 allows for a considerable expansion of the Attorney General’s jurisdictional authority, specifically in the delegation of fees or expenses essential to the seizure, detainment, inventory, or disposal of property obtained through the civil assets forfeiture program.

The F subset in UNITED STATES CODE - SECTION 524 explains how the militarization of law enforcement agencies throughout the country has attained precedence, specifically through the misappropriation of monetary or material assets via civil forfeiture proceedings.

The initial purpose of the aforementioned directive coincided with the Reagan Administration’s commitment to the ‘War on Drugs’ campaign, a point of reference exhibiting commonality with the actualization of the 1033 Program - a formal measure whose preliminary exploits dealt primarily with the establishment of a sustained impetus toward the significant reduction of criminal offenses associated with the sale, manufacture, and distribution of controlled substances. The monetary embellishment of law enforcement agencies at the domestic level through the misappropriation of material assets during the course of civil forfeiture proceedings was a beta test experiment for the DoD’s 1033 Program, written decree allowing for the transfer of military equipment surplus at the expense of the citizenry - a fact that inevitably lends credence to the notion of ‘taxpayers unknowingly funding their own enslavement through the imposition of law.' This notion of slavery by the unspoken willingness of the general public to accept an openly corrupt system of governance perpetuated by a redistribution of earned income through tax-based expropriation typified in the following:


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