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The federal government is currently experiencing an emergency shutdown furlough which may affect up to 850,000 federal employees and disrupt some services across the Military Health System.

  • For information about the TRICARE health plan and getting care during the shutdown furlough, visit www.tricare.mil/shutdown.
  • Federal employees can visit the Office of Personnel Management's guidance during the shutdown furlough.
  • Active duty military service personnel are not affected by the shutdown furlough and should report to work as usual. Visit Defense.gov for further guidance. 

Joint Deployment Formulary

DHA MEDLOG supports the Department of Defense's requirement of a Joint Deployment FormularyA core list of pharmaceutical items that are required for theater-level care for the first 30 days of contingency operations.Joint Deployment Formulary (JDF).

  • Services typically deploy to contingencies with prepackaged assemblages, sets, kits or outfits (SKO). 
  • Currently the services maintain roughly 1300 SKOs, although these are often in some stage of review and various updates.

To support the military services mission for contingency preparedness, it's imperative for the JDF to list items relevant to the services needs. This is done by identifying, services requesting or providing an already established National Stock Number (NSN) in the Federal Logistics Information System (FLIS). The NSN’s are aligned to commercial items via the National Drug Code (NDC) number, ultimately allowing the pharmaceutical to be available and procurable for contingency. 

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