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GAO Asks DoD to Clarify Guidance on Facility Assessments, Ratings

The Government Accountability Office has released a report that asks the Defense Department to clarify guidance on facility condition assessments and ratings in order to monitor the military’s implementation of standard facility policy requirements. GAO said Thursday that the military services need to implement a standardized process for facility conditions …

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Federal News Radio: Air Force Establishes Office For Open Architecture Initiative

The U.S. Air Force is establishing a new office at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base to oversee the implementation of open architecture standards throughout the service branch’s acquisition system, Federal News Radio reported Tuesday. Jared Serbu writes the branch expects to launch the Open Approaches Management Office later this year to take responsibility over the Open Mission Systems project currently managed …

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Army to Continue Test on UAV Sense and Avoid System in Fall

U.S. Army developers for an unmanned aerial vehicle Ground Based Sense and Avoid system have scheduled a fall return to the Dugway Proving Ground in Utah for the final stage of its last system test. The Army said May 10 that John Innes, program test lead, indicated that the GBSAA is the first system to meet …

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Air Force Times: Frank Gorenc to Step Down as USAFE Commander

Gen. Frank Gorenc, U.S. Air Forces Europe and Air Forces Africa commander, will retire from his current role by September, Air Force Times reported Sunday. Oriana Pawlyk writes that the service branch has not yet named a successor to the 37-year Air Force veteran. Gorenc has held several roles with the Air Combat Command, Air …

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