1 Army Installation Management Overview Ms. Kimberly O'Keefe, Resource Director, OACSIM. ACSIM Vision ACSIM Mission Recognized expert and champion for Team ACSIM provides policies, the world's most capable and programs and resources for efficient installations services and Installation infrastructure to enable Total Army readiness Army Engineer Association 3 Aug 2017. Assistant Chief of Staff for I nstallation M anagem ent Mr. Ed 1. Agenda Installation Management Enterprise Installation Resourcing Strategy MILCON and R&M trends Energy Programs Take Aways Assistant Chief of Staff for I nstallation M anagem ent Mr. Ed 2. Installation Management Enterprise OUSD OUSD Oversight and OSD/C OSD. (AT&L) (PR) Policy Directives ASA ASA ASA Army Oversight and IE&E M&RA FM&C Secretariat Policy Direction G3/5/7 G4 G6 G8. Mission Policy, Programs, ACSIM ARSTAF.
2 Command OPMG G1 TSG Chaplains and Resources Senior Commanders Land Holding Commands: IMCOM AMC Standards Installation Service ARNG USAREUR. Providers USAR ARCENT. Installations Execution Assistant Chief of Staff for I nstallation M anagem ent Mr. Ed 3. Office of the Chief of Staff Installation Management (OACSIM). Strategic Initiatives Group ACSIM Congressional Affairs COL Brian Foley Contact Office LTG Gwen Bingham Mr. Roland Biser XO COL Paul Brooks Management Support Division CSM Rodney Rhoades Staff Action Control Office Ms. Stacy Cribb Ms. Iwaner Stewart DACSIM. Ms. Diane Randon XO LTC Lance O'Bryan Installation Services Resources Information &Technology Operations Director, Director, Director, Director, Installation Services Resources Information & Technology Operations Ms. Carla Coulson Ms. Kim O'Keefe Ms. Deb Screen, Acting COL Joy Curriera Deputy Deputy Deputy Deputy COL Robert Menist Mr.
3 Brian Ondrick Mr. Tony Whitehead COL Kimberly Peeples Housing (ISH) Program Integration (RDI) Enterprise Integration (ITI) BRAC (ODB). Environment (ISE) Requirements Modeling (RDR) Governance & Strategy (ITG) Construction (ODC). Logistics (ISL) Financial Management (RDF) Requirements, Resources Facilities Policy (ODF). Public/Private Initiatives (ISP) and Integration (ITR) Plans (ODP). Soldier & Family Readiness Operations (ODO). (ISS). Assistant Chief of Staff for I nstallation M anagem ent Mr. Ed 44. IMCOM Directorates IMCOM HQ. IMCOM-EUROPE IMCOM-TRAINING IMCOM-READINESS IMCOM-SUSTAINMENT IMCOM-PACIFIC. 7 Direct Reports 15 Direct Reports 16 Direct Reports 17 Direct Reports 10 Direct Reports 6 Indirect Reports 4 Indirect Reports 3 Indirect Reports - Ansbach 11 TRADOC Installations 11 FORSCOM Installations 7 AMC Installations - Ft.
4 Greely - Benelux - Ft. Benning - Ft. Bliss - Adelphi - JBER. - Brussels - Ft. Gordon - Ft. Bragg - Aberdeen Proving Ground - Ft. Wainwright - Schinnen - Ft. Huachuca - Ft. Campbell - Detroit - Daegu - Bavaria - Ft. Jackson - Ft. Carson - Natick - Humphreys - Garmisch - Ft. Knox - Ft. Drum - Picatinny - Red Cloud - Hohenfels - Ft Leavenworth - Ft. Hood - Redstone - Camp Casey - Rheinland-Pfalz - Fort Lee - Ft. Irwin - Rock Island - Yongsan - Baumholder - Fort Leonard Wood - Ft. Polk - Hawaii - Stuttgart - Ft. Rucker - Ft. Riley 4 MDW Installations - PTA. - Italy - Ft. Sill - Ft. Stewart/HAAF - Ft. Belvoir - Kwajalein Atoll - Livorno - Presidio of Monterey - JBLM/Yakima - Ft. AP Hill - Japan - Wiesbaden - Ft. Meade - Okinawa West Point (USMA) 4 USAR Installations - JB Myer-Henderson Hall Carlisle Barracks (AWC) - Ft. Buchanan ASA Eustis (TRADOC) - Ft.
5 McCoy 2 ATEC Installations Ft. Hamilton (USMA) - Hunter Liggett/Parks RFTA - Dugway - ASA Dix/Devens RFTA - Yuma WSMR (ATEC) 2 SOUTHCOM Installations - Miami - Soto Cano Ft. Detrick (MEDCOM). ASA Ft. Sam Houston (ARNORTH). Assistant Chief of Staff for I nstallation M anagem ent Mr. Ed 5. Key PPBE Organizations Executive Director Director Small Army National Business Military Cemeteries Programs Chief Information ASA (FM&C) Officer/G-6. The Army PPBE Proponent Auditor General Military Deputy for Budget The Inspector ------------- General Administrative Director, Army Budget Assistant to SECARMY Chief of Public Budgeting and Execution Affairs Army Deputy Under Secretary of the Chief, Legislative Secretariat Army Liaison ASA ASA ASA ASA ASA General Installations, Energy &. Acquisition, Logistics &. Financial Management Manpower & Reserve Civil Works Counsel USA.
6 Environment Technology & Comptroller Affairs Director Army Staff SECARMY. DCS DCS DCS DCS DCS. ACS. Chief of CSA. Installation G-1 G-2 G-4 G-3/5/7 G-8. Management Engineers VCSA. Army Staff Sergeant Major of the Army Chief of Chaplains Provost Marshal Chief, Army General Assistant G-3/5/7 Director, PA&E Reserve Planning Programming Chief, National The Surgeon ASG, APG, ACP APGM Guard Bureau The Judge General Advocate General Assistant Chief of Staff for I nstallation M anagem ent Mr. Ed 6. Team ACSIM Roles and Responsibilities Portfolio Planning, Programming and Policy Oversight Examples Infrastructure Requirements and Investments (Military Construction, Military Construction IPT. Sustainment, Restoration and Modernization) Real property audit readiness Real Property asset Management and leases Installation closure and disposal Privatization of utilities, lodging and housing of excess real property Energy and water assurance Army Facility Standardization Facility standards Council Joint Basing Stationing Services Municipal services (public works, fire and emergency Total Army Strong services, master planning, safety)
7 Survivors Advisory Working Child and Youth services Group Morale, Welfare and Recreation Non-Tactical Vehicle Management Sponsorship Total Army Sponsorship program Army Community Services Inter-governmental support Housing Management agreements Installation Logistics Army Compatible Use Buffers Environmental conservation, clean up and compliance Army Barracks Program Public and private partnerships Installation Geospatial Information Nuclear reactor de-commissioning Resources Installation resource programming and allocation Installations Program Evaluation Reimbursement policy for Installation Services non- Group (II PEG) Co-chair Army tenants and other-than-Army Installation support Installation support agreements Modeling Installation service standards LRC Service Standardization Enterprise Installation requirements integration and validation Civilian Career Programs 27 and 29.
8 Management Career Program Management ISR, ASIP, HQAES, RPLANS, Installation Management Business Systems AEWRS, BUILDER, PAX. Army Family Action Plan Installation Readiness Metrics Assistant Chief of Staff for I nstallation M anagem ent Mr. Ed 7. Installation Resourcing Strategy FY18-22 POM Strategy Facility Investment Strategy Divest - eliminate capabilities not Sustainment directly linked to Soldier and unit o Army funding objectives determined readiness and power projection using DoD-wide Facilities o Reduce the Footprint (EXORD 164-15) Sustainment Model o Demolish failing facilities o Asset Reporting ensures adequate funding o Eliminate lowest priority services o Sustainment backlog o BRAC request Restoration and Modernization Reshape - align with force structure, statutory requirements and the fiscal o Projects must support Reduce the Installation Facility Footprint environment o Project prioritization by category o Life, health, and safety o Statutory requirements MILCON.
9 O Modernize critical infrastructure o Net zero gain exchanges (1:1 square footage demolition Invest - services and infrastructure requirement). that supports training, power o Insert or acceleration for true projection, mission assurance, and emergent condition . emerging missions o Prioritization and risk o Readiness and power projection Prioritization framework is Tier o Energy assurance 1, 2 and 3. o Partnerships Assistant Chief of Staff for I nstallation M anagem ent Mr. Ed 8. Installation Resourcing Challenges Resource constrained environment o MILCON historic low o Underfunding Sustainment, Restoration and Modernization Army Restructure o Personnel Reductions (Military and Civilian). o Excess/Underutilized Facilities Little Trade Space o Approximately 73% Fixed Costs (civilian pay, utilities, and existing contracts). o Approximately 27% Variable Costs Balancing mission requirements Managing expectations of Soldiers and Families Assistant Chief of Staff for I nstallation M anagem ent Mr.
10 Ed Source: 9. Army Military Construction Military Funding Construction Trend Funding Trends 14,000 Overseas Contingency Operations/Global War on Terrorism Supplemental 12,000 MILCON highest funding occurred from FY2007 FY2011 with peak American Recovery and year in FY2009 at $ Reinvestment Act 10,000 Base Realignment and Closing Army Family Housing Construction 8,000 Military Construction Army $M. Reserve Military Construction National 6,000 Guard Military Construction Army 4,000. 2,000. 0. 1988. 1990. 1992. 1994. 1996. 1998. 2000. 2002. 2004. 2006. 2008. 2010. 2012. 2014. 2016. 2018. 8/10/2017. AssistantOUTSIDE. PRE-DECISIONAL/FOUO/NOT RELEASABLE Chief of Staff DA for I nstallation M anagem ent Mr. Ed 10. Army Military Construction Military Funding Construction Trend Funding Trends FY 1988 to FY 2018 MILCON FUNDING SUMMARY BY APPROPRIATION.