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  • AFICC change agents win Air Force acquisition awards

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas – Five Air Force Installation Contracting Center change agents recently earned top honors in the 2021 Secretary of the Air Force Innovation in Air Force Contracting Awards recognition program. “We are so proud of all the SAF Innovation awardees, especially

  • Air Force, Army build on joint contracting operations with JFCE 2021

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO, Texas -- Army and Air Force contracting experts are strengthening joint operations by reviving joint exercises, beginning with the Joint Force Contracting Exercise 2021 June 21-25 at numerous locations.The JFCE, the first Air Force/Army training exercise since 2017, gave

  • Contracting Airmen, Soldiers ready for joint contracting exercise

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas -- Contracting Soldiers from across the U.S. Army’s Mission and Installation Contracting Command are joining their Air Force counterparts June 21-25 for the virtual 2021 Joint Forces Contracting Exercise.With the 2021 Joint Forces Contracting Exercise,

  • AFICC/KU turns innovations into solutions, processes with iHub

    The website encourages collaboration and increases shared knowledge between AFICC/KU, USAFE-AFAFRICA contracting squadrons and mission-focused business leaders, or MFBL, to spark innovations. Change agents can use the website as a filter for information to streamline processes or solve issues within

  • AFICC increases COVID-19 testing capabilities at 42 medical centers

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas – A new $33 million contract, awarded by the Air Force Installation Contracting Center’s 773rd Enterprise Sourcing Squadron, is increasing COVID-19 testing at 42 military treatment facilities.The contract, awarded Sept. 30 to BioDefense LLC of Salt Lake City,