Air Force main software officer knocks DoD as he departs

WASHINGTON — The Air Force’s main software officer Nic Chaillan declared his departure in a blistering online write-up Thursday that criticized senior leaders for not taking IT modernization seriously and hamstringing senior IT leaders.

Although Chaillan stated achievements in the LinkedIn article from his three decades with the support — ranging from cybersecurity reforms to new cloud platforms for software program growth — he wrote that his departure from federal assistance comes amid frustrations with the department’s commitment to fundamental IT. In his publish, Chaillan wrote of a “lack of response and alignment is absolutely a contributor to my accelerated

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