Naval Sea Logistics Center (NSLC) is the Central Design Agent (CDA) for the Planned Maintenance System Management Information System and the Technical Data Management Information System (TDMIS) from the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR). The Command also serves as the CDA for Ship Maintenance and Logistics Information Systems within the Logistics, Maintenance, and Industrial Operations Directorate at NAVSEA, Naval Shipyards, and other maintenance and logistics activities.
As we work to sustain today’s Fleet efficiently and effectively and to build an affordable future Fleet, we welcome the challenges presented by change. Our people are talented, innovative leaders who deliver the best products and services by recruiting, developing, and retaining a high-performing, competency-based, mission-focused workforce.
Since 1986, the NSLC has been supporting the Fleet with Integrated Logistics support (ILS), engineering, quality assurance, and Information Technology (IT) expertise.
The command was first established in Mechanicsburg, PA as the Naval Sea Logistics Support Engineering Activity (NSLSEA) to provide engineering provisioning support. In 1974, Naval Detachment Hull, Mechanical & Electrical (HM&E) and Naval Electronic Systems Detachment, Great Lakes, IL joined as divisions of NSLSEA. Finally, in 1985 the command was named NSLC when it further merged with Navy Maintenance Support Office of the Navy Ships Parts Control Center (NAMSO) to provide Ship's Maintenance and Material Management (3-M) and IT systems support.
Currently, NSLC provides an array of life cycle logistics support and expertise for the Fleet and military branches through its many customers, including:
- Logistics Program Office Support & On-Site Reps
- Logistics Planning, Processes & Policy
- Supply Support & Outfitting
- Configuration Management & Modernization
- Maintenance Planning
- Engineering & Technical Support
- Supplier Quality & Performance
- CORE IT Infrastructure
- IT RDT&E Projects
- Shipyard IT Maintenance