US Defense Department Inspector General To Review Decision To Move U.S. Space Command Headquarters Out Of Colorado

Space News: Pentagon inspector general to investigate decision to move U.S. Space Command to Alabama
Rep. Doug Lamborn (R-Colo.) said in a statement Feb. 19 that he requested the IG investigation a month ago.
WASHINGTON — The Defense Department’s inspector general will begin a probe into how the Air Force decided U.S. Space Command should move its headquarters from Colorado to Alabama.
“We plan to begin the subject evaluation in February 2021,” Assistant Inspector General Randolph Stone, said in a memo Feb. 19.
The IG will “review the basis for selecting Huntsville, Alabama, as the preferred permanent location of the U.S. Space Command headquarters,” said the memo.
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