Presenter: Mr. Randy Lierly, Architect of the Air Force, Standards and Evaluation Branch (AFCEC/CFTP)
Title: AF Corporate Facilities Standards (AFCFS) & Installation Facilities Standards (IFS) Overview
Description: Throughout the last year, significant process improvements of the AFCFS and IFS tools have been underway at the Air Force Civil Engineer Center to assist the larger CE community. The AFCFS is an enterprise-wide program of standards and criteria establishing a performance range for facility design, operation, and documentation. The IFS tool is an interactive PDF document that serves to replace outdated and inconsistent legacy base Architectural Compatibility Plans (ACPs) and other similar documents with a concise, integrated framework, making it easier for installations to develop, enforce, and maintain Air Force standards for design and construction. Topics for this presentation include: AFCFS/IFS Features/Benefits, Regional Workshops Overview, and Implementation Schedules/Plans.
Date: Thursday, October 26th, 2017
Time: 1300 EST-1430 EST
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Slides and a recording will be posted here: https://www.milsuite.mil/book/docs/DOC-412311