Air Force, Boeing Enter Partnership Aiming To Reduce Supply Chain Costs

Host, Pat
November 2013
Defense Daily;11/8/2013, Vol. 260 Issue 28, p3
Market Research Report
This article discusses the enterprise partnering agreement signed by the U.S. Air Force Sustainment Center (AFSC) and aircraft manufacturer Boeing in November 2013. The public-private partnership allows three Air Force logistics complexes that are under the AFSC to execute implementation agreements with Boeing to reduce administrative costs and increase efficiency. Boeing executive Ken Shaw explained the three-step process of developing an Air Force partnering agreement.


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