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Office of Acquisition and Logistics (OAL)


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Products and services we offer to Veterans

The Denver Acquisition and Logistics Center (DALC) is proud to serve many eligible Veterans worldwide by distributing hearing aids, accessories and batteries; prosthetic socks; aids for the visually impaired; and orthopedic items to their homes as well as providing them with hearing aid repair service.

Submit all correspondence, orders and hearing aid repair requests to:

VA Denver Acquisition and Logistics Center
P.O. Box 25166
Denver, CO  80225-0166

Doing Business with the DALC

The Acquisition Staff develops contracts for the commodities and services managed by the DALC.  These include hearing aids, hearing aid accessories, hearing aid repair, cochlear implants, assistive devices, batteries, prosthetic socks, orthotic soft goods, and aids for the visually impaired.

The DALC provides direct contracting support to the VA Acquisition Academy, and manages Congressional pilot programs and national-level contracts for the Veterans Health Administration, including the Chief Business Office.  Acquisition programs include national contract vehicles for non-VA Veteran Care, Dialysis, Assisted Living, regional pilot programs for VA’s Rural Health Initiatives, and VA’s OEF/OIF Mental Health Services program.

To discuss contracting opportunities with the DALC, please call (303) 273-6205, or email