Department of Defense e-Mall

Department of Defense e-Mall

 

 
   
L.N. Curtis & sons supplies products and services to all federal, state and local government agencies via DoD e-Mall.

DOD e-MALL is the Department of Defense’s version of e-Bay in that customers are able to search for, compare, and order items electronically from selected vendors. Managed by the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) DoD e-Mall an important part of the government’s electronic business strategy and further enables DoD customers to expedite, via the government’s streamlined acquisition process, the procurement of fire, rescue, law enforcement, tactical, EMT, and other emergency equipment needed by our nation’s First Responders.
 
There are many advantages gained when authorized customers use DoD e-Mall:
  • Able to use GPC Card or MILSTRIP
  • Able to search for and compare products to optimize procurement
  • Easy re-ordering systems
  • Simple item identification and sourcing
  • Vendor-managed inventories and delivery options

 

Authorized federal, state, and local agencies may access DoD e-Mall at the following link:
DoD e-Mall

Prime Contractor



L.N. Curtis & sons is honored to have been selected as a Prime Contractor in support of the Defense Logistics Agency’s Tailored Logistics Support Program (TLSP). As a Prime Contractor for DLA, L.N. Curtis & sons supplies fire and emergency products and services to locations throughout the world. In support of the TLS Program, L.N. Curtis & sons supports a wide variety of missions including fire fighting, safety, rescue, environmental, HAZMAT, domestic preparedness, first responder, and search and rescue.
 
Through our DLA contract, L.N. Curtis & sons provides federal and local agencies with a wide range of items in support of emergency response operations including hoses, hose fittings, nozzles, tools, fire extinguishers, extinguishing agents, poles, ladders, rescue devices, SCBA (self-contained breathing apparatus) and other respiratory protection, shovels, regulators, hazmat suits, uniforms, station and training wear and equipment, structural, AARF, shipboard, and forestry turn out gear and other protective products, gloves, boots, helmets, hoods, goggles, and other items as may be required to support emergency operations.