USAF restructures JMS after delays, will feed Space Fence data to legacy system

January 10, 2019 at 3:55 PM
The Air Force has "restructured" a key upgrade effort for the Joint Space Operations Center Mission System, but is providing little detail on how the program has been reshaped. Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center spokesman Rodney Crum told Inside Defense this week officials made the decision to restructure the program in June after repeated delivery delays. "Considering rapidly expanding threats, the contested nature of the space domain and software development environments, the JMS program was not postured to...

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