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Dennis Via, James Simpson: Army Contracting Command Continues Support for Force Readiness

army stock photoGen. Dennis Via, commander of Army Materiel Command, has noted the role of Army Contracting Command to help build force readiness through the procurement of equipment to support warfighting efforts, the U.S. Army reported Friday.

“ACC is critical to AMC’s ability to provide what the warfighter needs, when it’s needed,” Via told ACC Commander Maj. Gen. James Simpson at a recent briefing, according to the report.

Simpson said he expects ACC to execute approximately 170,000 contract actions worth $53 billion this current fiscal year and achieve steady activity through fiscal 2018.

The general also highlighted the command’s work to engage customers and stakeholders as well as communicate programs across the workforce to help drive morale and performance.

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