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  • Small team changes network for every CONUS Airman

    Moving forward, C3I&N will be moving the physical stacks, currently located at a few bases throughout the country, to the cloud. The initiative, called Zero-Stack, will increase security for users by giving authentication processes access to more robust cloud architecture that scales on demand, while decreasing the need for the Air Force to maintain on-premises server racks that perform as security stacks.
  • Internet safety focus of Hanscom workshop

    Hanscom Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office officials held an event here Jan. 16 to address the topics of human trafficking, child exploitation and applying internet safety at home.
  • Inaugural Vice Chief’s Challenge seeks game-changing innovations

    The Air Force is continuing to look to its Airmen to create innovative solutions to the service’s trickiest challenges, this time specifically seeking their help to improve multi-domain operations.
  • AFAS grant applications now accepted

    The Air Force Aid Society is now accepting applications for the Gen. Henry H. Arnold Education Grant Program for eligible students attending undergraduate degree programs for the 2019-2020 academic year.
  • Airmen sought for AFOSI duty

    The Air Force Office of Special Investigations is seeking qualified Airmen for duty as special agents.
  • Straight Talk: Parking, childcare and more

    In this week’s Straight Talk, I will answer your questions and comments about base facilities, parking, childcare, base events and more.
  • Next focus week will offer opportunity to increase agile acquisition knowledge

    This quarter’s Air Force Life Cycle Management Center’s Focus Week, taking place Jan. 22 to 25, offers a variety of courses targeted to the acquisition workforce.
  • Kessel Run needs techies

    BOSTON – Kessel Run is looking for talent who can help the Air Force tackle its most vexing software issues, including the global Air Operations Center Weapon System and the F-35 Lightning II’s Autonomous Logistics Information System, or ALIS.The Kessel Run Experimentation Lab is building off of success in a workspace in North Boston, moving
  • Hanscom offers classes in CPI basics, Green Belt training

    The Air Force Continuous Process Improvement program here offers several opportunities for employees to become familiarized and trained in its methods, with CPI Awareness, Practical Problem Solving and Green Belt Academics currently being offered.
  • Hanscom tax services available

    Tax season has arrived and trained volunteers will be available to provide free tax-filing services to service members and those with base access.
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