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  • Fiscal year 21 drives innovation, readiness across command, enterprise

    The Air Force Materiel Command executed more than $68.5 billion across all funding areas in fiscal year 2021, closing out the year 99.9% obligated despite challenges related to COVID-19, Operation Allies Refuge and Welcome, underfunded enterprise programs, innovation needs and more.
  • AFMC announces MAJCOM Spark Tank semifinalists

    The Air Force Materiel Command has selected five semifinalists from more than 100 submissions to the command-wide 2022 Spark Tank competition.
  • CMSAF reaffirms case for speed, innovation, culture change across the Air Force

    Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force JoAnne S. Bass delivered remarks during the 2021 Air Force Association Air, Space and Cyber Conference at National Harbor, Md., Sept. 20.
  • Brown presses case for speed, innovation, culture change across the Air Force

    Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. CQ Brown, Jr. attended the 2021 Air Force Association Air, Space and Cyber Conference at National Harbor, Maryland, to deliver his “Accelerate Change to Empowered Airmen” speech, Sept. 20.
  • CSAF Leadership Library: Summer 2021

    Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. CQ Brown, Jr. presents three new additions to the CSAF Leadership Library: "Invisible Women: Data Bias in a World Designed for Men," "The Third Revolution: Xi Jinping and the New Chinese State" and "The Social Dilemma."
  • Space Security Challenge 2021: Hack-A-Sat 2 registration opens

    The U.S. Air and Space Forces in collaboration with the security research community opened registration May 4 for the qualification round of the second annual Space Security Challenge: Hack-A-Sat satellite hacking challenge.
  • CSAF Memo to Airmen: Leadership Library

    Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Charles Q. Brown, Jr.'s presents his Leadership Library. A chance to offer new books, podcasts and documentaries in order to generate regular conversations with Airmen on things that interest him and may interest them.
  • Tinker organizations improve contractor safety by changing process

    Various units across Tinker Air Force Base are ensuring safety is a top priority for contractors, base employees and service members that work together on base. Implementing Art of the Possible combined with Continuous Process Improvement tools and techniques, members from the Air Force Sustainment Center, Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex and the 72nd Air Base Wing are making Tinker AFB a safer place to work by building clear expectations before contracts are signed, identifying gaps in safety plans and encouraging everyone in the workplace to speak out for safety. “There is unlimited potential when you involve all stakeholders in a process with a single focus on making an improvement,” said Connie Davis, OC-ALC strategic deputy director and AoP subject matter expert. “The resulting team is a powerful force for change and standardization.”
  • Roth outlines priorities for Air, Space Forces during virtual ‘fireside chat’

    Acting Secretary of the Air Force John Roth made his comments about Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin and the new administration as well as a range of other topics during a 30-minute “virtual fireside chat” at the Air Force Association’s Aerospace Warfare Symposium.
  • 2020 Vice Chief’s Challenge winners announced

    The challenge, which launched in February 2020, focused on identifying time-consuming tasks that provide the least direct value to generating combat effects; proposing innovative solutions to streamline current processes through the novel application of technology; and partnering directly with Headquarters Air Force to bring Airmen’s voices to ongoing efforts, including solution-generation and beta-testing of cutting-edge technologies that return time to Airmen.
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