Air Force concerned about integration, staffing of separate space AQ office

September 5, 2019 at 3:54 PM
The Air Force's top civilian acquisition official said this week he's concerned a congressional proposal to create a separate acquisition executive for space could limit efforts to better integrate air and space capabilities. Speaking during a Defense News conference, Air Force acquisition executive Will Roper said he has also emphasized to congressional staffers that any new space acquisition office will need its own staff to be effective. The Senate proposed language in its version of the fiscal year 2020...

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