Illinois National Guard

Directorate of Logistics (DOL)
Directorate of Logistics
1301 N MacArthur Blvd, Springfield IL
Additional Functions of DOL:
- Coordination of logistic staff visits, inspections of units
- Plans and establishes logistics policies and procedures
- Provides technical and administrative advice on logistical matters
- Ensures compliance with environmental policies and requirements as pertains to logistics
 DOL Mission

The Directorate of Logistics provides the overall program management for all aspects of the Army National Guard (ARNG) logistics program, excluding aviation logistics.

Subordinate Elements

Directs and administers the surface maintenance program. Provides administrative, technical and operational control of all surface maintenance within the state. Formulates maintenance policies, allocation of full time manning, monitors readiness, and manages repair parts. (217) 761-3597

Provides guidance on interpretation of directives. Reviews inter-service support agreements and new equipment training requirements. Plans for the employment of assigned units providing logistical support during annual training and drill weekends. Coordinates and manages all loans of equipment. (217) 761-3797

Located in the State Movement Control Center; the Defense Movement Coordinator (DMC) is responsible for planning, coordination and direct transportation for unit movements originating or terminating in the state of Illinois. The DMC serves as the primary advisor for all transportation matters, including unit movements conducted during peacetime and contingencies for mobilization, deployment, and exercises. The DMC will ensure transportation assets and plans are sufficient to sustain operational readiness in the area of transportation to accomplish all state and federal missions. The office of the DMC will establish procedures for the submission of unit movement plans and data and review, validate, and approve unit movement plans. The DMC will process Unit Movement Data (UMD) in accordance with applicable regulations and current automated systems.