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AFMC Command News

  • Workshop unites digital-first experts on transformation

    The Air Force Digital Transformation Office held its first collaborative workshop, December 3, uniting government experts across multiple areas in an effort to progress digital acquisition change across the service.

  • Harnessing the power of small businesses for digital transformation

    Research is the key. The Air Force allots a certain percentage of their research and development budget each year to small business. Why? Because funding small businesses to explore innovative ideas and new technology benefits the businesses themselves, the economy, national security and

  • Restructured guidance, policies drive digital transformation

    To drive digital transformation efforts across the enterprise, one Air Force Materiel Command team is taking a renewed look at legacy policies and guidance. The AFMC Digital Campaign Line of Effort #4 focuses on policies and guidance during the total lifecycle of a process, not just for engineering,

  • Hurst talks Digital Transformation on latest Contracting Experience podcast

    Kyle Hurst talks about the mission of the Digital Transformation Office and why it’s so important for the Air Force to automate unnecessary manual processes and transform digitally in order to compete with near peer adversaries on the latest episode of The Contracting Experience podcast. He also

  • Information technology infrastructure provides foundation digital change

    Establishing the required information technology infrastructure for a digitally-transformed service is the first line of effort in the Air Force Materiel Command Digital Campaign. The main goal of this effort is to clearly express the IT infrastructure needs of a digitally-transformed acquisition

  • AFRL digital transformation progresses enterprise communications

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio (AFRL) – Earlier this fiscal year Air Force Research Laboratory commander, Brig. Gen. Heather Pringle directed AFRL to prioritize ongoing efforts of digitally transforming AFRL to better enable the warfighter against U.S. adversaries.Pringle issued a charter in