Brigadier General Frank J. Anderson Jr.
Brigadier General Frank J. Anderson Jr. is the deputy assistant secretary for contracting at the office of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, the Pentagon, Washington, D.C. General Anderson is responsible for all aspects of contracting for the acquisition of weapons systems, logistics support, and material and services for the Department of the Air Force. He also serves as the Air Force competition advocate general. General Anderson entered the Air Force in 1973 as an honor graduate of Officer Training School at Lackland A.F.B, Texas. He has served in a broad range of acquisition positions and has been a contracting officer, commander of a plant representative office, director of contracting, system program director, and a product group manager.
General Anderson?s education includes the Industrial College of the Armed Forces in Fort McNair, Washington, D.C, 1992; Defense Systems Management College, Fort Belvoir, Virginia, 1987; Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell A.F.B, Alabama, 1984. General Anderson has a Master?s degree in Management from
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