The Development and Fielding Systems Group (DFSG) , based at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio and formerly known as the Materiel Systems Group, provides responsive information systems to support more efficient and effective logistics, contracting and comm-computer capabilities AF-wide.
The Operations and Sustainment Systems Group (OSSG), based at Maxwell Air Force Base's Gunter Annex, in Alabama and formerly known as Standard Systems Group, provides responsive information systems to support more efficient and effective logistics, contracting and communications and computer capabilities Air Force-wide.
Also sustains comm-computer capabilities for Unified Commands services and specified DoD and non-DoD organizations. Primarily located at Maxwell AFB, Ala., with Operating Locations at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio; Hill AFB, Utah; and Tinker AFB, Okla. Administers contracts valued at $1.5B
- Military Assigned: 488
- Civilian Assigned: 596
- Group Total: 1084
The Engineering and Integration Systems Squadron (EISS), also located at Maxwell Air Force Base's Gunter Annex, in concert with OSD and other joint partners, provides global engineering, architecture and technical support for over 146 Air Force, DoD and other agency systems.
Designs and develops systems ensuring standards of integration and architecture are utilized on secure information and force protection systems across multiple domains deployed worldwide. Primarily located at Maxwell with support located at Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio and Hanscom AFB, Mass.
- Military Assigned: 36
- Civilian Assigned: 175
- Squadron Total: 211
The Cryptologic Systems Group, located at Lackland AFB, Texas, provides a wide range of acquisition and sustainment services for information assurance, intelligence and force protection missions. ( Only a portion of this group will come to Hanscom. 49 positions are scheduled to transfer.)
AFRL Information Systems Directorate, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio, The Information Directorate's state-of-the-art Command and Control Technologies Center integrates the research of several laboratory facilities into a high technology test and demonstration environment unequaled at any other Air Force facility.
Using the latest electronic and computer technology, scientists and engineers are demonstrating new ways to provide commanders with the most accurate and timely information. (Only a portion of this group will come to Hanscom. 69 positions are scheduled to transfer.)