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Frank Konieczny: Air Force Plans to Base Acquisition Process on Kessel Run

Frank Konieczny, chief technology officer of the U.S. Air Force, has said the service could reform its cyber acquisition process based on results from the Kessel Run Experimentation Lab, FCW reported Wednesday.

Konieczny explained during the Dell Digital Transformation Summit that the Air Force seeks to obtain an authority to operate within three or four weeks instead of six years.

He added that the service plans to revive programming as a career to sustain agile software development in the long run.

Standardization should be implemented across the code so that work turned over to new programmers will be easily understood, according to Konieczny. This will help speed up the delivery of products,

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