The Pentagon has outlined a plan to increase F-35 Autonomic Logistics Information System (ALIS) usability by September 2020 and believes it can be achieved without requesting additional funding from Congress. ALIS is being reconfigured onto a Defense Department (DOD)-owned cloud architecture instead of using Lockheed Martin-owned software, Pentagon acquisition executive Ellen Lord told the House Armed Services readiness and tactical air and land forces subcommittees Nov. 13. “One of ...

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