AFSACAir Force Security Assistance Center
AFSACAir Force Special Activities Center
AFSACAlaska Food Safety Advisory Committee (Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation; Division of Environmental Health, Food Safety and Sanitation)
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For example, in our scenario, the case manager may work at AFSAC, but the program manager may be at AFMC, HQ Pacific Command (PACOM), HQ Pacific Air Force (PACAF), or the headquarters of a numbered Air Force (NAF) in the Pacific theater.
AF/XP led the sourcing of aircraft; AF/IL led the sourcing of spares; AFSAC and AFSAT put the pseudo FMS case together; AMC prepared and moved the aircraft; CENTAF deployed the needed personnel and developed the CONOPS; and many others contributed to the project.
Air Force SAF SAF/IA Rosslyn, Virginia SAF/FM The Pentagon AFMC AFMC HQ Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, Ohio AFSAC Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, Ohio OO-ALC Hill Air Force Base, Ogden, Utah WR-ALC Robbins Air Force Base, Georgia AAC Eglin Air Force Base, Florida ASC Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, Ohio ESC Hanscom Air Force Base, Massachusetts AFMETCAL Newark, Ohio AFSPC SMC Los Angeles Air Force Base, California PACAF Hickam Air Force Base, Hawaii HQ AETC Randolph Air Force Base, Texas USAFE Ramstein Air Force Base, Germany ANG Arlington, Virginia ACC Langley Air Force Base, Virginia AMC Scott Air Force Base, Illinois AFSAT Randolph Air Force Base, Texas Table 3 Stages of Development Step 1 Develop PBC cost models.
The history of the AFSAC can be traced to the formation of the International Logistics Center which was founded on 1 May 1978 as a special organization under the Air Force Logistics Command, The Air Force Logistics Command has been merged with the Air Force Systems command and renamed the Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC).
Traditionally, SAF/IA managed acquisition cases, the AFSAC managed sustainment cases and AFSAT managed all training cases.
Representatives from the AFSAC and SAF/IA Divisions met in early 2003 and developed a Concept of Operations (CONOPS) document.
The AFSAC wrote its first aircraft system sale case in September 2003.
The Supply Discrepancy Report (SDR) process flows from the foreign military sales (FMS) customer to the AFSAC for distribution to sources of supply and back through the AFSAC to the customer.
The AFSAC is working with the Materiel Systems Group to provide an automated solution that will electronically process SDR data, store it in a central repository and monitor its progress via a workflow/status notification system.
Case Operations (CO) provides the basic production activity of the AFSAC in Letter of Offer and Acceptance (LOA) Data, FMS Cases/Amendments/Modifications, requisition submission and followup, Supply Discrepancy Reports, and specialized support.
Air Force, Army, and Navy nonstandard FMS requirements under a single contract and PMO at the AFSAC.
In October 2003, all supply technicians across the AFSAC were reassigned to the Supply Performance and Analysis Branch and then matrixed back to the country management, SDR and program offices.