Air force leaders plan to “flip the switch” on innovation

Press Release

The air force assistant secretary for acquisition, technology, and logistics Will Roper, together with Lt. Gen. John “JT” Thompson, Air force space is dedicated to working more closely with innovation companies. 

On November 6, Thompson told the reporters in a news briefing that space pitch day, together with many other initiatives that are going in acquiring community, are designed to turn the switch. He added that they have to procure the systems as fast as possible. The key target is to collaborate with the commercial company better and be able to innovate since it will help them in maintaining an advantage over their adversaries. 

In two days, the United States of America Air Force were prized $22.5 million in a little business Innovation Research (SBIR) financing the 30 firms that attended the pioneer Air Force Space Pitch Day that was held in San Francisco. 


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