The U.S. Air Force is scrapping a troubled $1 billion, seven-year effort to overhaul and modernize its management of logistics — and Senate Armed Services Committee leaders want to know who to hold accountable. Once touted as the largest change in Air Force logistics history, the Expeditionary Combat Support System was supposed to use Oracle enterprise resource planning software to finally establish the service’s first capability to globally view, standardize and manage $122 billion ...
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