According to the recent “State of the Union” address, there will be Government cuts, however DOD and Homeland Defense will not be affected as the intent is to create more jobs. That has the potential to translate into more contracts. Though more contracts do not necessarily mean more growth. A company must be responsive to build the relationships necessary to succeed and grow.
The Intellekt Group was selected to provide mentorship, expertise, and support to the Analyst Capability Working Group (ACWG). The ACWG was formed in late 2013 as part of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance’s (HAF/A2) initiative to revolutionize intelligence analysis. Originally managed by HAF/A2D, the ACWG transitioned from Air Staff to Major Command sponsorship in October 2014, and Air Combat Command (ACC/A2A) assumed responsibility for ACWG direction.
At the end of FY 2015, the Air Force issued its Future Operating Concept to the public, the latest in a series of strategic concepts to help guide the organization over the next twenty years. The main concept? Operational Agility. In short, “In 2035, the USAF will leverage operational agility as a way to adapt swiftly to any situation or enemy action. Operational Agility is “the ability to rapidly generate and shift among multiple solutions for a given challenge.” This will deliver Global Vigilance—Global Reach—Global Power in support of national security, accomplished through Multi-Domain Command and Control, a combination of air, space, and cyberspace capabilities. By applying multiple strengths simultaneously, operations can paralyze an enemy.