Air Operations Center 10.2 milestone C may be delayed two more years

By Courtney Albon / July 22, 2016 at 12:00 PM
Continued schedule breaches and performance issues in the development of the Air and Space Operations Center Increment 10.2 upgrade have triggered a critical change report and will likely push an already-delayed milestone C decision two years to the right -- from June to a tentative date of summer 2018. Northrop Grumman is the lead contractor for the AOC upgrade, which is aimed at modernizing legacy command and control centers and delivering a common computing environment with standard architectures and interfaces...

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