USAF Modestly Affected By Lack Of AQ Leadership, Kendall Says

By Gabe Starosta / March 14, 2013 at 7:04 PM
Pentagon acquisition chief Frank Kendall this week stressed the vital importance of strong leadership in making acquisition programs succeed, but he said the Air Force has not been heavily affected by years-long vacancies at the top of its acquisition executive ranks. The Air Force has not had a Senate-confirmed acquisition executive in place since Sue Payton left the job in 2009, and the deputy acquisition executive position has also been open for a year after David Van Buren, who took...

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