Uniform distribution centers, also known as “shopping centers” in the military, are facilities where uniform vendors store and package uniforms.

Uniforms are then shipped to law enforcement agencies in the field for use by law enforcement officers.

They are also used to provide uniform to the public.

A new uniform distribution center is part of a larger effort to make sure uniformity is a priority, as part of the Department of Homeland Security’s efforts to ensure uniform uniforms are available to law-enforcement officers on a regular basis.

A uniform distribution facility is a location where uniform manufacturers store and assemble uniforms for law enforcement uniform distribution.

It is similar to a department store and is located in a location that is known as a “shipping container.”

The new uniform center, which opened in early December, will be the largest uniform distribution warehouse in the United States.

“We want to make it easier for the public to purchase uniform,” said Brian Schmitz, the new chief of the FBI Uniform Division.

“They can easily locate a warehouse and purchase a uniform for the law enforcement agency in the city, the county, or the state where they work.”

The Bureau is partnering with the Federal Protective Service (FPS) to provide uniforms for the new uniform system.

The Bureau hopes that uniform vendors will have uniform uniform vendors who can provide uniform for local law enforcement in the areas in which the uniform vendor has an established presence.

A FPS representative said that the department is working with the Bureau to ensure that uniform distribution centers are accessible to all law enforcement officials.

The FPS is partnering on the new distribution center as part a larger plan to expand the availability of uniform for law-force members.

Currently, the FPS has two distribution centers in New York City and the Los Angeles area.

The new distribution centers will be located at the FBI’s offices in Chicago and New Orleans.

The distribution centers have been used in the past for the supply of police uniforms for other federal agencies.

But, they are only in place for a short time and are not in use.

“This new distribution facility will give the Department uniform suppliers the opportunity to increase uniform distribution capabilities and enable uniform vendors to continue to deliver uniform for all law-firm customers,” said Adam Smith, the deputy director of the Bureau of Justice Assistance.

Smith said that some uniform vendors may have already made uniform contracts with the FPG but did not want to open a new distribution centre for uniform vendors.

The Uniform Distribution Facility is the latest step in the Department’s efforts toward uniform uniformity.

In February, the Department announced a $1.8 billion investment in uniform distribution to ensure the uniform of law enforcement across the country.

The funding will help support uniform distribution at a large scale.

The $1 billion will fund two new distribution facilities at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, which handles the manufacturing of ballistic and other ballistic-impact armor, and the Federal Training and Standards Center, which is responsible for providing training and standards for the development of new body armor.

The funds also will fund the development and installation of the Uniform Distribution System, a new nationwide uniform distribution system.