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Top Air Force weapons acquisition official to leave in March

Air Force Service Acquisition Executive David Van Buren will step down as the top weapons acquisition official in March and return to private industry, reports Defense News.

Van Buren has been performing the duties of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force and serving as the Principal Deputy for Acquisition since April 2009. He directed $70 billion in annual investments, including major programs like the KC-46A Tanker and the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter Program, as well as information technology, cyber, command and control and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance systems.

No replacement has been named, according to Defense News, nor is there mention of where Van Buren will be taking a new position. Van Buren previously worked at Lockheed Missiles and Space Company, Northrop Corporation, Tecstar Corporation, and Raytheon Microelectronics.

Posted by FCW Staff on Feb 07, 2012 at 12:11 PM


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