U.S. Air Force officials are placing a keener eye on their spending for maintenance of the fleet, and specifically trying to figure out why the cost of using contractor logistics support (CLS) contracts is rising faster than its own organic depot system, says Lt. Gen. C.R. Davis, military deputy for Air Force acquisition. Over the past few years, the Air Force — and the Pentagon overall — has been more diligent in crafting contracts with more favorable terms for the government to avoid ...
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