Pentagon, JPO ask Air Force to consider additional F-35 software intervention efforts

By Courtney Albon / March 6, 2019 at 1:38 PM
As the Air Force works with the F-35 joint program office and prime contractor Lockheed Martin to re-architect the jet's Autonomic Logistics Information System, the service has been asked to consider other intervention opportunities that could lower the program's life-cycle sustainment costs. The Air Force is working with Lockheed and the JPO on an ALIS re-architecture project dubbed Mad Hatter, which aims to make the system more efficient and user-friendly. If successful, the service expects the intervention project could lead...

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