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How do you look up a Department of Defense Activity Address Code?

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As of March 2015, information about a Department of Defense Activity Address Code, or DoDAAC, can be looked up on the Defense Logistics Agency public access site if the code is known; people who have a System Access Request can look it up on the eDAASINQ search site. The DoDAAC is a six-digit alphanumeric code that is used to identify an activity, unit or organization.

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The DoDAAC can be comprised of any available characters, except the letters "I" and "O." If the code begins with a letter, it belongs to a Department of Defense activity or contractor. If it begins with a number, the code belongs to a civil agency.

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