Air Force Proposes More Centralized Major Command Functions

By Courtney Albon / May 13, 2014 at 4:18 PM
The Air Force has drafted a plan to centralize logistics and installation management functions at its 10 major commands, part of a larger effort to reduce headquarters management costs by at least 20 percent. The draft plan -- dated April 29 and obtained and first reported by The Washington Times -- proposes the establishment of an intermediate-level organization, the Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center (AFIMSC), and describes the budget-driven move as an opportunity to make operations more...

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