DRMO

AcronymDefinition
DRMODefense Reutilization and Marketing Office (US DoD)
DRMODefense Reutilization Management Office
DRMODynamic Resonant Mode Operation (water ozonator)
DRMODivision Resource Management Office
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We now describe a technique that compares perceived PIM events to the conditions of DRMO rules.
If that is the case, the turn-in process would be through the DRMO.
The current DRMO team is made up of members from all Services as well as civilians.
The NWR Office, as a steward of Army property, decided to look for a way to broaden the visibility of these nonstandard commercial items so they would be available for extended use by the services before they were reported as excess to the DRMO.
37) The DRMO assigns a Disposal Condition Code, (38) which combined with the SCC, forms the Federal Condition Code (FCC).
Taos Industries currently operates the world's largest DRMO at Camp Arifjan in Kuwait.
While much of the turn-in process involves the Defense Reutilization Marketing Offices (DRMO), Navy Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI) or other DON network owners, the local command or unit is responsible for information security, physical security and property accountability for all excess unclassified equipment awaiting Sanitization, shipment to DRMO, or release to another DoD component or donation activity.
61) Because claimants cannot accomplish the requisite turn-in while in Turkey, they are routinely advised to turn-in the property to the DRMO at their next installation.
The DRMO is part of the larger Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service--itself a component of the Defense Logistics Agency at Fort Belvoir, Va.
Military units turn-in excess or damaged property, with the proper paperwork, to their DRMO.
A third system was recently deployed to the DRMO in Bagram, Afghanistan.