WebFLIS NSN Search Service

Advanced Web FLIS Keyword and Parameter Searches

WebFLIS NSN Search

Advanced National Stock Number Search

Web FLIS NSN Search WebFLIS Search

Alternate References:

NSN Search, NSN Lookup, Assist Quick Search, FEDLOG Online, WebFLIS Public Search, WebFLIS DLA, WebFLIS Navy, WebFLIS Army, WebFLIS USMC and WebFLI.

Further Reading:
Wikipedia - National Stock Number
WebFLIS Public Search
UK National Codification Bureau
United States Department of Defense
WebFLIS Link

More About WebFLIS

WebFLIS Help

WebFlis is the NSN Search Service provided online via web by the Defense Logistics Information Service (DLIS) of the US Government's Department of Defense (DOD).

WebFLIS Restricted

Web Flis is now a Restricted Service from the US Government (since June 17th, 2015), but there are other access methods to search the NATO Logistics Database which are Unrestricted and do not provide access to sensitive and classified information.

PUBLOG - WebFLIS Unrestricted

Since the conversion of WebFLIS to a Restricted Service in June, 2015, an alternate method of access to FLIS has been launched, a downloadable tool called PUBLOG available from DLIS.


The Federal Logistics Database (FEDLOG), is a data set published by the US Government's Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) monthly on CD-ROM and DVD. 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

WebFLIS 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, 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.