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The Project On Government Oversight (POGO) Blog: Air Force Wants Contractors to Write Its Strategy

1.1 Mission. To provide the focal point for the Air Force Quadrennial Defense Review (QDR) and Quadrennial Roles and Missions Review (QRMR) through an integrated process that reaches across the Department of Defense (DoD), supporting the Chief of Staff’s global strategic vision while preparing our nation to fight and win in air, space, and cyberspace. 1.2 Scope. Non-personal advisory and assistance services (A&AS) contract to support mission and requirements as well as all supported staff organizations and agencies. Primarily responsible for integrating positions from all Air Staff, MAJCOM, Doctrine Development Center (AFDDEC), and DoD inputs with all relevant existing research. Conducts requisite novel research and analysis for developing recommended advocacy positions on relevant issues that have effects on the Air Force and DoD as a whole. A&AS contract support should include, but is not limited to, analysis and position development on DoD roles and missions, air mobility, global strike, command and control (C2), intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR), unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), cyberspace, ballistic missile defense (BMD), irregular warfare (IW), joint recapitalization, strategic communications, QDR strategy and other timely and acute strategic issues.

I think the only fair way to do it is to give the job to a consortium, so that the interests of all the big defense contractors get considered, rather than just one or two.

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