ASAALT

AcronymDefinition
ASAALTAssistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics, and Technology
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The second step the Army should take in reforming its acquisition culture is to resolve the perennial disconnect among the ASAALT, Army Materiel Command, and the program executive officers.
Phillips, the commander of the 377th Theater Sustainment Command, stated that the ARSC TPU will "capture AMC support along with DCMA support and ASAALT support in one unique organization, all focused on providing sustainment support to the warfighter, [which] is in perfect keeping with the mission we have to transform the Army Reserve into an operational, functional reserve ..."
It will have subordinate elements stationed at various AMC, ASAALT, and DCMA locations throughout the United States.
AMC and ASAALT are closely coordinating and are now viewing research, acquisition, logistics, and technology through an enterprise lens, which offers a holistic view of the process.
The Assistant Secretary, of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics, and Technology (ASAALT), who is" also the AAE, signed an implementation directive on 5 October 2004 establishing the first LCMC, the Aviation and Missile LCMC at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama.
At present, the missions remain divided, the ASAALT with development and acquisition and AMC with sustainment.
Bolton Jr., Army acquisition executive and assistant secretary of the Army for acquisition, logistics and technology (ASAALT), who hosted the event.
"Tonight we honor some of the outstanding men and women--military and civilian--of the Army Acquisition Corps and the greater Army acquisition, logistics and technology workforce," remarked Army Acquisition Executive and Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics and Technology (ASAALT) Claude M.
ACAT Listing; ASAALT Bulletin; digital documents library; ASA(ALT) organization; quick links to other Army acquisition sites.