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1 Installation Management Update Association of Defense Communities MG John UbertiDCG, Installation Management Command15 January 2013Congressman Farr (D-CA, Monterey District),Mr. Secretary (Panetta),Secretary Hammack,Mr. Armbrust (John, President, ADC),Mayor Della Shalla (Chuck, Mayor, Monterey, CA)State, Local and Government Officials,Corporate Business Men and Women,Friends,Thanks for the invitation to speak to you about Installation ManagementThanks to Fred Muerer and the Association of Defense Communities for inviting me.Always great to be back on the Monterey area a model community for supporting Military InstallationsTALK ABOUT GROWING UP IN MONTEREYOur mission is to provide Soldiers, Civilians and their Families with a quality of life commensurate with the quality of their service.
2 Army Global Commitments UNCLASSIFIED//FOUOArmy Global CommitmentsPACOMNORTHCOMEUCOMCENTCOMOEF- PHILIPPINES470 SOLDIERSALASKA13,530 SOLDIERS(FWD Stationed)HAWAII22,350 SOLDIERSJAPAN2,460 SOLDIERSSOUTH KOREA19,220 SOLDIERSCONUS SPT BASE1,870 SOLDIERS(RC Mobilized Stateside)USAREUR33,970 SOLDIERS(FWD Stationed)OEF- AFGHANISTAN58,610 SOLDIERSIRAQ130 SOLDIERSBOSNIA40 SOLDIERSKUWAIT11,100 SOLDIERSKFOR740 SOLDIERSQATAR1,720 SOLDIERSSOUTHCOMJTF-GTMO1,260 SOLDIERSAFRICOMMFO610 SOLDIERSJTF- HOA1,180 SOLDIERSHONDURASJTF-BRAVO370 SOLDIERSOTHER OPERATIONS& EXERCISES3,730 SOLDIERSARMY PERSONNEL STRENGTHComponentRC AUTHORIZED FOR MOBILIZATION / ON CURRENT ORDERSIN NEARLY 160 COUNTRIES OVERSEASJan 8, 2013UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO
3 FY12 Army Universe FY12 Installation Management Resources = $21B PREDECISIONAL DRAFTFY12 Army UniverseFY12 Installation Management Resources = $21BArmy End-StrengthActive 565,500USAR 204,800ARNG 361,600Civilians 278,600Retired 878,400Army Demographics59.6% total married(8.8% dual military married)6.7% single parents899,465 Family membersUtilities(Electric, Gas, Water, Sewer)71,012MilesFamily Housing UnitsOwned 15,281Leased 7,945Privatized 81,837Army InstallationsIMCOM 72Army Reserve 3National Guard 47AMC 28DLA 5ANC 1TOTAL 156Land AcreageUnited States 14,024,798Europe ,577Asia ,866Other Overseas ,673Buildings(Million square feet)United StatesEuropeAsiaOtherEnvironmental Clean-up Remaining(Installation Restoration Program &Military Munitions Response Program)Active Sites 2,075BRAC SitesFormerly Used Defense Sites 1,944Roads (paved and unpaved)70,324 MilesRailroads3,936 MilesAirfieldFixed Wing 179HelipadPlant Replacement Value$329BPaved Area (excluding roads)300,112 Million square yardsBarracksAdequate SpacesPermanent Party 136KTraining KORTC 103K
4 Army Installation Management LTG Michael FerriterACSIM & CG, IMCOMDual-hattedAssistant Chief of Stafffor Installations Management(ACSIM)Program and PolicyCOMMANDERInstallation Management Command (IMCOM)The Army’s HomeOperationsPlanning/ProgrammingConstructionBRAC DisposalFacilitiesStationingInstallation ServicesHousingEnvironmentLogisticsPrivatizationSoldiers and FamiliesIMCOM G-StaffG1 Human ResourcesG3 OperationsG4 Public WorksG5 PlansG6 Information ManagementG7 TrainingG8 Resource ManagementG9 Family and MWRSENIOR COMMANDERREGION DIRECTORSResourcesOperation & MaintenanceBase Operating Support (BOS)Sustainment,, Restoration,and Modernization (SRM)Military ConstructionMILCONBRACArmy Family HousingGARRISON COMMANDER(GC)Fort CarsonTooele ADChemical DepotDeseretUmatillaConcordCamp ParksMissile RangeWhite SandsFort BlissFort HoodRed RiverArmy DepotFort Sam HoustonPresidio of MontereyFort IrwinYuma Proving GroundFort HuachucaSierra Army DepotHawthorne ADLone Star AAPCENTRALFort SillMcAlester AAPTraining CenterYakimaFort RileyFort LeavenworthKansas AAPFort Leonard WoodFort PolkPine BluffArsenalCorpus ChristiChem DepotPuebloFort Hunter LiggettDugway Proving GroundCanyonPinionAdelphi Lab CtrIowa AAPDetroitFort McCoyRock Island ArsenalNewport Chem DepotLake City AAPCrane AAPRiverbank AAPCamp Bullis(I)Fort BuchananMOT Sunny PointMiamiHolston AAPFort McPhersonFort GordonFort JacksonFort BenningFort RuckerFort BraggAnniston ADMilan AAPBlue GrassADFort CampbellFort KnoxFort GillemFort StewartHunter Army AirfieldCarlisle BarracksFort DetrickAberdeen Proving GroundWest PointFort DrumWatervliet ArsenalFort LeeFort EustisFort MonroeFort AP HillRadford AAPScranton AAPTobyhanna ADLetterkenny ADWalter Reed AMCFort BelvoirFort Myer / Fort McNairFort MeadeAdelphi LaboratoryNatickFort DevensFort HamiltonFort StoryRedstoneFt WainwrightJB Elmendorf- RichardsonFort GreelyFort ShafterSchofield BarracksZama/SagamiharaAkizuki/KureTokyo/YokohamaOkinawaKwajaleinCamp HumphriesDaeguJB Lewis-McChordJoint Systems Manufacturing Center - LimaSoto CanoPACIFICMississippi AAPCamp ShelbyRedlined site closure IAW BRAC 2005YongsanRed CloudCaseyCamp AtterburyPicatinny ArsenalFort DixFort MonmouthHQsAtlantic/Central RegionArmy Installations
5 Roles, Relationships, and Responsibilities ASA IE&EASA M&RAResponsible for:Policy & OversightSecretariatProponencyGuidanceResourcesACSIMG1G2G3OTSGOPMGChief of ChaplainsARSTAFProgramMultiple Installation Service ProgramsIMCOMPlan, Resource, Execute delivery of servicesExecute,Deliver,SynchronizeSenior Commander and Garrison Command75 Installations WorldwideIMCOM is HQDA’s execution Command for most Installation Services
6 Senior Leader Priorities Soldier and Family support is important to our Senior Leaders and it is important to us.SecArmy Priorities38th CSA Priorities1) Ensure a highly capable Army within budgetary constraints2) Champion Soldiers, Civilians and Families3) Enhance Army activities in the Asia-Pacific region4) Ensure accountability5) Transform the Institutional Army6) Codify Army Total Force policy7) Adequately Fund reset and modernization8) Strengthen information assurance and cybersecurity9) Develop effective energy solutions10) Finalize Arlington National Cemetery reformsProvide trained, equipped, and ready forces to win the current fight while maintaining responsiveness for unforeseen contingencies.Develop the force of the future, Army 2020 as part of Joint Force 2020 – a versatile mix of capabilities, formations, and equipment.Sustain our high-quality All-Volunteer Army – Soldiers, Civilians, and Families, in the Active and Reserve Components.Adapt leader development to meet future security challenges in an increasingly uncertain and complex strategic environment.Foster continued commitment to the Army Profession, a noble and selfless calling founded on the bedrock of trust.
7 Our Core Missions We break down our missions to 7 major areas Family ProgramsResiliencySoldier ProgramsWe break down our missions to 7 major areas-Soldier Programs- Family Programs- Building Soldier and Family ResiliencyInstallations as a Platform for ReadinessSustaining our infrastructureCaring for our Wounded and our SurvivorsMaintaining the EnvironmentFY12 Funding ≈$11BillionMaintaining the EnvironmentSupport to Our Wounded and SurvivorsInstallation ServicesPlatforms for Readiness
8 Ready and Resilient Empower Senior Commanders Run the Enterprise Readiness and ResiliencySponsorshipTransitionFamily ProgramsSurvivor SupportIntramuralsRehearsal of Concept (ROC) DrillsHunt for the Good Stuff
9 Information Technology Synchronized Installation Services Senior Commander/Garrison Commander RelationshipFORSCOM UNITS & FamiliesSENIOR COMMANDERIMCOMMEDCOMTRADOC UNITS & FamiliesAMCUSASOC UNITS & FamiliesGarrison CommanderNETCOMHuman ResourcesLogisticsInformation TechnologyMedicalPersonnelExchangeCommissaryPublic AffairsSchoolsEmergency ServicesFamily ProgramsPublic WorksBanksPlans TrainingSynchronized Installation ServicesGarrison ProvidersOther ProvidersContractingUtility CompaniesCity Govt.Congressional EngagementsCivilian EmploymentVolunteersState Govt.MediaCivic OrganizationsHospitalsChamber of CommerceBusinessesSchoolsEnvironmental GroupsSenior Commander’s executive for installation servicesTailors support to Senior Commander’s prioritiesSynchronizes and integrates multiple service providers and partnersGarrison Commander is the Senior Commander’s “Sychronizer & Integrator” for all installation services
10 Energy Savings Performance Contracts (ESPC) / Utilities Energy Services Contracts (UESC)Private Companies / Servicing Utilities provide initial private capital investment to execute projectsPrivate Companies are repaid from realized energy savings at the installationArmy has most robust ESPC program in entire Federal government & improving - Will meet Presidential GoalsMore ESPC’s and UESC’s were awarded in FY12 ($220M) than in any single year of the programSolar panels being installed under the Ft Buchanan ESPC project.Solar Tubes, Solar Panels and LED Lighting Tobyhanna ADESPC/UESC projects + no/low cost measures = meeting energy efficiency goals
11 Partnering Opportunities Residential Community Initiative (RCI)Privatization of Army Lodging (PAL)Municipal Services, Utility ProductionVeterans Opportunity to Work (VOW) Act - (Transition)Interstate Compact for EducationArmy Compatible Use Buffer (ACUB)Army Community CovenantArmy Family CovenantNet ZeroTransition ServicesPartnerships with private industry and government agencies to support hiring events that lead to jobs for soldiers and spousesFamily Support InitiativesEducation and research partnerships with installations, universities and collegesEstablishing programs in science, technology, engineering and math for elementary studentsSurvivor SupportGold Star Parking at major businessAdmission spaces at Universities for Gold Star childrenEnergy SecurityAcquisition of new energy sourcesPartnerships with Army Energy Task Force to meet Energy goalsFacility Investment Strategy
12 Vision: Installations 2020 The Army’s Home, a Community’s Pride, SERVICESAre customer-drivenBuild partnerships public/privateSupport mission accomplishmentFoster well-being and readinessDeliver services via enterprise businessmodelUse enterprise standards, priorities andfundingSynchronize all service providers toensure balanced and efficient servicedelivery.INFRASTRUCTURE:Secure and sustainableSelf sufficient energy and environmentalprograms are models for surroundingcommunities across the globe.Facilities enable quality of life and mitigatethe stress of repeated deployments onpeople, equipment, and infrastructure.Enterprise approach to station the forceand adjust the Army's global infrastructureSYNCHRONIZATION:Innovation based on lessons learned and best practices of benchmark organizationsPerformance management, geo-spatial, financial management, and strategic communications tools to meet DoD requirements and facilitate enterprise management.Streamlined internal Garrison functions focused on core competenciesInspired Leadership & World Class Customer ServiceThe Army’s Home, a Community’s Pride,The Nation’s Strength
13 Customer Service Expectations Make me feel special Treat people as individualsRespect meTrain your peopleStory: “patch of chains and sorrow”Imagine this patch symbolizing World Class Customer service – much like DisneyWe are 103,000 Dedicated Professionals serving Soldiers and Families (used to be 107,000 but we have contributed to the Army’s required reductions AND service standards remain the same!)“The Customer Rules”We are the “face” of the Army’s commitment toSoldiers and Families and will set the standard for caring and service
14 Demonstrate Inspired Leadership World Class Customer Service THIS IS A BUILD SLIDEOfficer McCoy (Best Gate Guard in Army)Carol Pryor (Survival Outreach)Rochelle Fletcher Ft Drum (supported homeless father/family living in basement after Soldier Death)SFC Joe Kapacziewski (kappa-chess-key)5. Jessica Zagelow - Fort Bliss Fostered 2 kids, in addition to her own 3 kids--Got the neighborhood to recreate Halloween
15 Team of Teams – Growing Every Day And Our Great State and Local Community Partners!Team of Teams – Growing Every Day“We play with our cards facing out.”