The F-35 Joint Program Office has stood up a working group that includes contractor representatives to ensure the aircraft’s logistics information system remains viable into the 2070 timeframe, according to the program executive officer.
"We are doing an [Autonomic Logistics Information System] working group evaluation of how we need to re-architect the ALIS system to ensure the long-term viability and scalability well into the 2070 time frame," F-35 Program Executive Officer Vice Adm. Mat Winter told reporters today at a roundtable.
The working group includes representation from F-35 prime contractor Lockheed Martin and engine provider Pratt & Whitney, Winter emphasized. (end of excerpt)
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