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Lauren Knausenberger & Bryon Kroger, US Air Force—SpringOne Platform 2018

SpringOne Platform 2018, Washington, DC / September 26, 2018

Lauren Knausenberger, Director of Cyberspace Innovation, U.S. Air Force, and Captain Bryon Kroger, COO, Project Kessel Run, U.S. Air Force present about Digital Transformation at SpringOne Platform 2018 in Washington, D.C.

Military members planning operations.

The AF learned to code - and saved the Pentagon hundreds of millions of dollars

Mark Wallace, Fast Company / July 5, 2018

The new software is not only saving time—planning now takes a matter of two to three hours, rather than all day—but is also more reliable: AFCENT now scrambles two to three fewer tankers each day—at a cost of about $250,000 each. That means the project paid for itself in under a week.

Air Force lab takes aim at Han Solo's record

Hiawatha Bray, Boston Globe / May 11, 2018

An Air Force team joined forces with Pivotal Inc., a company that designs systems for simplifying and speeding up the development of corporate software. Typically, it can take five years for a branch of the US military to develop and deploy new software. The Air Force-Pivotal team built the refueling app in four months.

SecAF Wilson urges innovation in software acquisition model

Phil Berube, Air University Public Affairs / September 6, 2018

Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson speaks on the archaic processes used by the Air Force to acquire hardware and software during her keynote presentation at the Air Force Information Technology and Cyberpower Conference in Montgomery, Ala., Aug. 27, 2018.