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Workforce Initiatives Allow Air Force Staff to Maximize Tech Potential

Michael Medgyessy,

CIO, Air Force

Intelligence Office

Workforce Initiatives Allow Air Force Staff to Maximize Tech Potential

The chief information officer of the U.S. Air Force Intelligence Office said various workforce-related initiatives within the Department of the Air Force are crucial in ensuring that staff members maximize their knowledge of evolving technologies.

Col. Michael Medgyessy, a past Potomac Officers Club speaker, shared that programs like the Air Force and Space Force’s Digital University allow new hires to exercise their knowledge in coding and modern technologies while learning how the U.S. military uses codes and develops applications. Medgyessy added that the Air Force is making more tech resources available to service members so they can solve problems more quickly and make better decisions.

Making tech-related initiatives and platforms available to employees, Medgyessy said, minimizes work-related frustrations, promotes skills development and encourages workers to promote new ideas, Federal News Network reported.

Medgyessy’s statement follows the release of a memorandum by Frank Calvelli, assistant secretary of the Air Force for space acquisition and integration and a past POC speaker, on improving efficiency for employees working on space-related acquisition programs. The memo contains program management skills and best practices, including acquisition fundamentals mastery, satellite and ground systems expertise development and collaboration with others in the space acquisition sector.

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