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DXC’s Earl Matthews: Budget to Hinder Proposed Space Corps as USAF Balances Priority Areas

Earl Matthews

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Sept. 6, 2017 — Earl Matthews, vice president of DXC Technology‘s (NYSE: DXC) U.S. public sector enterprise security solutions group, has said other priority areas for the U.S. Air Force and Defense Department are at risk of being set aside amid discussions on the creation of a new space-focused military branch, ExecutiveBiz reported Tuesday.

“Today, all the services are focused on multidomain integration, as it is our strength, and we must continue down this path,” Matthews, a retired Air Force major general, wrote in an article published Friday in Signal Magazine.

He noted that building the U.S. space capability should focus on situational awareness as the current budget environment calls for the Air Force to spread its resources across several mission areas.

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