“The IAS Hub demonstrates the RSO’s commitment to the Air Force mission and to keeping our nation’s security at the forefront at all times, even during times of crisis,” said Lt. Gen. Robert McMurry, Air Force Life Cycle Management Center commander and RSO program executive officer.
Additionally, the IAS will allow the RSO to carry forth its goal of rapidly addressing Air Force sustainment challenges by streamlining the Identify-Apply-Scale process. Cross-functional teams of engineers, technicians, program managers, supply experts, and business leaders will be able to tap the full potential of the IAS network, including access to government experts in contracts, financing and security. This single, approachable interface will also provide access to government organizations and networks of manufacturing, entrepreneurship, and research experts.
The IAS will provide a revolutionary arena in which sustainment technology ideas can be created, demonstrated, and implemented in order to ensure Air Force fleets are constantly at the ready.
About the RSO
Established by the secretary of the Air Force in 2018, the Rapid Sustainment Office increases mission readiness by rapidly identifying, applying and scaling technology essential to the operation and sustainment of the U.S. Air Force. To learn more, visit