Customer Segments: Due to the unique mission of PACAF, there are several customer segments of which the PACAF Commander is responsible for. These customer segments include global engagements, regional stability, and national and multi-national security, just to name a few. PACAF is capable of meeting the needs of customers, leveraging the capabilities and skillsets of its Airmen and resources. PACAF is also capable of deploying Airmen and assets anywhere in the world and region. Cost Structure: The USAF creates a business model that’s both, functional and operational. In many cases, the Air Force awards contracts to the lowest bidder; however, contractors must meet specific operational requirements. Contractors bear the responsibility of meeting the demands of
MODEL CANVAS PART 1 6 the contract, which are directly linked to the operations responsibilities that USAF needs to do its mission. Contractors who fail to meet the conditions of the contract, risk losing the opportunities to bid on future contracts for an established amount of time. Revenue Streams: The USAF is not structured like a traditional organization; in which, the Air Force is not designed to generate any type form of revenue necessary for its operations. The Air Force mission is a sub-organization of the United States Department of Defense and operates under an allocation of taxpayer resources. Any perceived revenue stream created by the Air Force would be considered illegal and subject to congressional review. In unique cases, the USAF does liquidate outdates aircraft, equipment, and resources to foreign militaries; however, the generated revenue is managed by the Department of Defense, through the appropriate secretarial process.
MODEL CANVAS PART 1 7 Reference USAF. (2018, Mar 15). Misison . Retrieved from Pacific Air Forces:
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