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BAE Systems to Support US Air Force Life Cycle Management

By Woodrow Bellamy III  | March 10, 2015
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[Avionics Today 03-10-2015] BAE Systems was awarded a new $37 million three-year contract to provide obsolescence management support for the U.S. Air Force from its facilities in Fla., Ga., Okla. and Utah. The U.K.-based aerospace and defense manufacturer will use a Web-enabled system to help forecast when an aircraft part becomes obsolete, the Advanced Component Obsolescence Management (AVCOM) tool. 
Photo: BAE Systems.
“In addition to supporting mission readiness, AVCOM delivers significant savings for the total cost of a system or platform by efficiently resolving difficult part obsolescence issues and providing advanced planning capabilities for managing the full life-cycle needs of a product,” said DeEtte Gray, president of BAE Systems’ intelligence and security sector.

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