Some of the key recommendations that were implemented were: * The Under Secretary of the Air Force being designated as the Director of the National Reconnaissance Office, and as the Air Force Acquisition Executive for Space * Our headquarters and field commands being realigned to focus efforts on Space * With Space acquisition responsibilities moving from the Assistant Secretary for Acquisition to the Under Secretary of the Air Force * The establishment of a virtual Major Force Program to track Space funding Also recommended in the Commission's report, and implemented in 2003, was the designation of the Secretary of the Air Force as the DOD Executive Agent for Space, with the ability for the Secretary to delegate these responsibilities only as far as the Under Secretary, which was done.
What does EA stand for?
EA stands for Executive Agent
This definition appears very frequently
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We have 103 other meanings of EA in our Acronym Attic
- Everyplace Access (IBM)
- Evolutionary Acquisition
- Evolutionary Algorithm
- Examining for Aphasia
- Exchange Access (Bellcore)
- Exclusion Area
- Executable Architecture
- Executing Agency
- Executive Agency
Samples in periodicals archive:
WASHINGTON -- A memorandum has been generated confirming the designation of the Secretary of the Navy as the DoD Executive Agent for printed circuit board technology.
DOD has a defensewide space human capital strategy and implementation plan and an Executive Agent for Space responsible for space planning, programming, and acquisitions.
Awarded by the USAREUR Deputy Chief of Logistics (DCSLOG)--the Executive Agent for the US European Command for the management of Automated Information Systems and Automatic Identification Technologies (AIT) within the European Theater--the contract calls for Titan to support the largest military AIT infrastructure in the world.
It's too bad that the aggressive attention of shareholders wasn't similarly fixed on their executive agents the first time the phrase corporate responsibility was deployed in the American vernacular way back in the late 1970s and 1980s.
the executive agent for the building owner, Homart Development Co.
Teets, acting secretary of the Air Force and director of the National Reconnaissance Office in his capacity as the DoD Executive Agent for Space.