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FEDLOG

US Department of Defense Federal Logistics Database

FED LOG is considered a trademark by the US Defense Logistics Agency for their Official Non-Public FED LOG Search Service located at FED LOG. FED LOG is used herein under Fair Use to describe the Official Service and to provide comparison to other Public services.
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NSN LookupFEDLOG Webflis

FEDLOG is the NSN Search Service provided online via web by the Defense Logistics Information Service (DLIS) which is part of the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) of the US Government's Department of Defense (DOD). The Official FEDLOG service is not public and access is restricted to DLA, Military Services, and United States Government Sponsored Contractors doing business with the US Government.

NSN LookupFEDLOG Restricted

Fed Log® is a Restricted Service from the US Government requiring a fedlog login, but there are other access methods to search the NATO Logistics Database which are Unrestricted, but do not provide access to sensitive and classified information as provided in the army fedlog. For example, webflis is kind of a Fedlog Lite.

NSN LookupPUBLOG vs FEDLOG vs WebFLIS® Unrestricted

Since the conversion of WebFLIS® to a Restricted Service, an alternate method of access to FLIS has been launched, a downloadable tool called PUBLOG available from DLIS. WEBFLIS was a public accessible portal to search for unclassified data about National Stock Numbers whereas FEDLOG has always been access-controlled and containes sensitive and classified data about NSN.

NSN LookupFEDLOG WebFLIS®

The Federal Logistics Database (FEDLOG), is a data set published by the US Government's Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) monthly online and on CD-ROM and DVD (although these are being phased out). It can be used by engineering, technical research, provisioning, procurement/contracting, supply, cataloging, maintenance, distribution, storage, transportation, quality assurance and disposal personnel to retrieve management, part/reference number, supplier, Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE), freight, Interchangeability and Substitutability (I&S) and characteristics information recorded against National Stock Numbers (NSNs). FED LOG® also provides service unique data for additional search capabilities. FEDLOG contains sensitive data such as specifications and confidential data provided by manufacturers as well as classified information on items of supply whereas Webflis only provides unclassified, non-sensitive, unlimited distribution data on NSNs.

NSN LookupFLIS Statistics

The NATO Logistics Database which includes FLIS contains more than 33 Million active and non-active NATO Stock Numbers, Characteristic Data on more than 6 Million NSN Items, Technical Data Packages for 7+ Million Parts and 3+ Million CAGE Codes.

NSN LookupFEDLOG Agencies

Every Federal Agency in the USA has access to the Federal Logistics Database (FEDLOG) and can use it to manage their procurement and supply chain. The largest users by far are the US Army, WebFLIS® Army Fedlog, US Air Force, WebFLIS® USAF, US Navy, WebFLIS® Navy and the US Marine Corps, WebFLIS® USMC. Other prominent users include the FAA, States, National Security Agency (NSA), Embassies and Commissaries.

NSN Lookup FEDLOG Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What is FEDLOG used for?

FED LOG is used by logisticians, engineering support activities, provisioning, procurement/contracting, supply, maintenance, distribution, storage, transportation, quality assurance and disposal personnel to retrieve key elements and management data from routine daily research to weapons system support analysis.

The Federal Logistics Information System (FLIS) forms the foundation for all logistics information systems. It is the catalog of more than fifteen million Supply Items used by the United States Government and North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) partners

Federal Logistics (FED LOG) data provides the ability to access FLIS data where the user may not have internet connectivity. FED LOG provides essential information about supply items to include the National Stock Number (NSN), the Approved Item Name, Manufacturers and Distributors information (to include Part Numbers), Freight Data, Hazardous Materiel Indicators, Interchangeable and Substitutable data, Acquisition Advice Code (AAC) and Unit Price, Physical and Performance Characteristics along with service specific management data.

What does FEDLOG mean?
FEDLOG means Federal Logistics. The FEDLOG Product is an online database and a downloadable database of Federal Logistics Data. FedLog is the Logistics Information System published by the Defense Logistics Information Service (DLIS).
How do I access FED LOG?
FED LOG is now available as a free downloadable product using FedMall and is available in ‘Complete’ or ‘Lite’ versions. Contact the FED LOG team at fedlog@dla.mil for questions. To download FEDLOG login to FedMall.
What is FEDLOG Lite?
FEDLOG Lite is a downloadable version is about half the size of the complete version, so it downloads quicker. It does not contain the Technical Characteristics data like the main version.
Where did FEDLOG go?
The Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) has stopped production and distribution of the FEDLOG DVD and has moved to the digital download method of FEDLOG Data delivery. This change will reduce operating costs for the US Army by making the FEDLOG Data available 24/7 via download from FEDMALL and Army Knowledge Online (AKO).FEDLOG is now available as a free downloadable product using FedMall.
Who Can Access FEDLOG?
FED LOG is published monthly and is a product restricted For Official Use Only (FOUO) and only available to NATO and NATO Sponsored Countries, Federal and Civilian Agencies, Government Contractors and Department of Defense.
Who can buy from FedMall?
FedMall Customers with a DOD Common Access Card (CAC) or PKI Token are:
  • Federal Government Employees (e.g. Military services, National Guard, ROTC, DOD civilians)
  • Federal Government Contractors
  • State and Local Government Employees (e.g. County, City, Township, Parish, Borough, Fire District, Tribe)
How often is WebFLIS updated?
The FLIS system is updated multiple times a day and WebFLIS accesses the FLIS Database in near Real-Time making WebFLIS information more current than what might be found on commercial websites, PUBLOG installations and FEDLOG installations.
What is DoDAAC in the Navy?
The Department of Defense Activity Address Code (DoDAAC) is a six-position code that uniquely identifies a unit, activity, or organization that has the authority to requisition, contract for, receive, have custody of, issue, or ship government-owned assets, or fund/pay bills for materials and/or services.
How do I download FEDLOG from AKO?
All Army personnel have an AKO account, so no additional permissions are necessary. Once signed in, select Menu, select SITES DIRECTORY and scroll to FEDLOG or FEDLOG LITE. Users will have the option to download a complete version of FEDLOG or a Lite version that omits CAGE, History and Characteristics Data.
What is the FLIS Database?
WebFLIS or FLIS data is the Defense Logistic Agency's (DLA) searchable database on supply items for all branches of the military and government. WebFLIS includes detailed information such as the National Stock Number or NSN of an item, the items name, manufacturer and supplier.
What is a DoDAAC number?
The Department of Defense Activity Address Code (DoDAAC) is a six-position code that uniquely identifies a unit, activity, or organization that has the authority to requisition, contract for, receive, have custody of, issue, or ship government-owned assets; or fund/pay bills for materials and/or services.
How do I get a NSN assigned?
It starts with a Warfighter need for an item which generates an order. The order is typically submitted using a manufacturer's reference number on a DD Form 1348-6, through the DOD Component supply system. It is at the discretion of the DOD Component to determine the need for NSN assignment.
How do I get a FedMall account?
Visit the Supplier Portal at FedMall Suppliers Portal. Click the “Enter Supplier Portal” button. Read and accept the standard notice and consent. Select your certificate and enter your pin, if prompted.
How do I become a vendor on FedMall?
To become a FedMall Supplier, you must have a long term federal contract that FedMall is able to support.

Examples of long term contracts may include:
  • Long Term Agreements (LTA)
  • Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPA)
  • General Service Administration's (GSA) Federal Supply Schedule Contract
  • DLA's Schedule contract program
How do I sell on FedMall?
Step 1: GSA vendor registration. To start selling your products and/or services on FedMall you must be properly registered.
Step 2: Prepare to sell on FedMall. After all prerequisites are met you can register at FedMall Supplier Portal.
Step 3: Sell on FedMall.
Is DODAAC same as CAGE Code?
DoDAAC data identifies the purposes for which a contractor has the code. CAGE just identifies the contractor.
Fed Log Search
Alternate References:

FEDLOG Download, FedLog Catalog, FedLog WebFLIS, NSN Price Lookup, DLA FEDLOG Online, DOD eMall FedLog, FEDLOG Link, WebFLIS Download.

Further Reading:
Wikipedia - National Stock Number
FED Log® - Defense Logistics Agency
UK National Codification Bureau
United States Department of Defense
WebFLIS NSN Search
PUB LOG - Defense Logistics Agency

NSN Lookup What is FEDLOG used for?

The FEDLOG data product from the Federal Logistics Information Service (FLIS) of the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) is now an online search system for several segments of the USA Federal Logistics Database for codified supplies that are represented by a permanent National Stock Number (NSN).

NSN Lookup provides FEDLOG Search by

  • Part Number
  • National Stock Number (NSN)
  • NIIN
  • CAGE
  • Keywords
  • Characteristics
  • Parameters

FEDLOG Terminology

FED LOG® is known by other terms as well including FEDLOG Download, FedLog Catalog, FedLog WebFLIS, NSN Price Lookup, DLA FEDLOG Online, DOD eMall FedLog, FEDLOG Link, WebFLIS Download. The formal and correct term is FED LOG® which stands for Federal Logistics data. Dates stored in the FEDLOG Database are Julian Date format (DDYYY).

NSN Lookup FEDLOG Data Segments

Segment AIdentification Data
Segment BMOE Rule Coded Data
Segment CReference / Part Number Data
Segment DPhrase Data
Segment EStandardization Data
Segment GFreight Data
Segment HManagement Data
Segment KCancellation Data
Segment MDecoded Characteristics Data
Segment VCoded Characteristics Data
Segment WPackaging Data

NSN Lookup Federal Logistics Data on Mobile Media (FED LOG®)

The FEDLOG Change for 2021 is:
New FED LOG® is Here! and the US Government have now trademarked it

How do I access fedlog?
FED LOG® is now available for FREE as a download from DOD EMALL
To download go to the DOD EMALL site at https://dod.emall.dla.mil/acct/. If you do not have a DOD EMALL account, one can be obtained by selecting the login/register button at the top of the home screen and following the directions.
Once you have an account and log in you will find the FED LOG® under the "Tools" drop down at the top of the page.
At the FED LOG® download page there are two options, FED LOG® Complete and FED LOG® lite.
FED LOG® Complete is the same product as what is received on the disc.
FED LOG® Lite does not contain Characteristics, CAGE, or History data, and is designed for faster download.
How do I download fedlog?
To download, follow the directions on the webpage. Once downloaded it operates the same as if you had performed a complete install of the disc on your computer.
This download file is updated the first of every month. You MUST go in and download the product each month to keep the data current.
The FEDLOG Change for 2017 was:

The FED LOG® application has a new look and feel and comes with many new features. FED LOG® now has a scroll format that replaces the tabs used to navigate the data. This makes FED LOG® compatible with a multitude of platforms, as it is scalable to the screen size for the user. The data sets in FED LOG® remain the same. Users now have the ability to enter data (e.g. NSN, NIIN, Part Number, and CAGE Code) into a single search bar.This function provides output data to assist in the logistician’s research. The filter feature allows users to select service specific management data elements. Users with a 64-bit computer are able to access both versions while users with a 32-bit computer will receive the old version only. Federal Logistics (FED LOG®) data provide users the ability to access Federal Logistics Information System (FLIS) data during instances when internet connectivity is non-available. FED LOG® provides essential information about items of supply to include the National Stock Number (NSN), the Approved Item Name, Manufacturers and Distributors information (to include Part Numbers), Freight Data, Hazardous Materiel Indicators, Interchangeable and Substitutable data, Acquisition Advice Code (AAC) and Unit Price, Physical and Performance Characteristics along with service specific management data. FED LOG® is available by subscription in a five disc CD-ROM set and/or a DVD that contains all program and data from the CD-ROM set.