The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Defense Logistics Agency met on Oct. 31 to explore collaborative approaches to support military customers.
Leaders from both organizations discussed military construction, research and development, restoration, engineering and modernization efforts during their Partnership Day, DLA said Friday.
Lt. Gen. Todd Semonite, commander of USACE, said the organization saw its portfolio grow from $26B to $58B over a one-year period.
“We want to use this massive growth to figure out how we can somehow change the way we’re delivering, how to streamline,” Semonite added.
Lt. Gen. Darrell Williams, director of DLA, said the agency supports more than 40 "whole-of-government" customers.