The Air Force has consolidated its personnel, services and manpower public affairs offices in San Antonio as part of a branch-wide operational capability enhancement program, Paige Hughes reports for the Air Force’s news service.
Starting June 4, the new Air Force Personnel Center will focus agency resources and implement new programs for airmen and their dependents, support squadrons and supplementary A1 enterprise customers.
Maj. Gen. A. J. Stewart, AFPC commander, said there are ongoing process and management structure reviews to assemble the foundation of the AFPC.
Review teams are consolidating readiness, financial management and training for the Air Force.
Air Force Secretary Michael Donley and Chief of Staff Gen. Norton Schwartz authorized the field operating agencies consolidation program in a guidance letter released May 23.
In the letter, Donley and Schwartz established the name and confirmed the union of the three agencies, supervised by the branch’s deputy chief of staff for manpower, personnel and services.
The implementation of programs for a comprehensive integration of their functions have started.