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Acquisition, Technology and Logistics Joint Basing Overview & Update February 2011.

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1 Acquisition, Technology and Logistics Joint Basing Overview & Update February 2011

2 Acquisition, Technology and Logistics Overview What is a Joint Base? Joint Management Oversight Structure Memorandum of Agreement & Organization Governance & Performance Metrics FY09 Facts & Figures

3 Acquisition, Technology and Logistics BRAC & Joint Basing BRAC Recommendation 146 –Realign 26 geographically proximate bases into 12 joint bases with one Military Department assigned as the lead at each location –Legal requirement to stand up 12 specified joint bases no later than September 15, 2011 A joint base is a new construct…shared infrastructure under the leadership of a supporting Service Component –At joint bases, the supporting Service Component’s role is that of steward of real property and service provider for installation support services. Accordingly, joint bases are viewed as “national assets” for joint use, rather than “owned” by a single Service Component for their primary use. -DUSD(I&E) “Stationing” memo, 13 Apr 10 3

4 Acquisition, Technology and Logistics Aims of Joint Basing Optimize the delivery of installation support (IS) across the Services at the joint bases –Services execute IS functions using relatively similar processes –Up front investment leads to long-term savings Provide a learning environment for developing efficient methods of installation support throughout DoD –Export the best applicable ideas to other installations 4

5 Acquisition, Technology and Logistics Joint Basing Implementation Guidance (JBIG) Signed Jan 22, 2008 by DEPSECDEF establishing: –FOC accomplished when TOA, real property accountability, & personnel transferred to the lead Service (Supporting Component) –2-phased implementation: 5 bases in FY10, 7 in FY11 –49 installation support functions, with definitions, that transfer –Uses 274 Common Output Level Standards (COLS) for installation support functions’ performance standards EventNo Later Than Memorandum of Agreements (MOAs) signedSept 30, 2008 Initial Operational Capability (IOC)Jan 31, 2009 Full Operational Capability (FOC)Oct 1, 2009 Memorandum of Agreements (MOAs) signedSept 30, 2009 Initial Operational Capability (IOC)Jan 31, 2010 Full Operational Capability (FOC)Oct 1, Phase II Phase I

6 Acquisition, Technology and Logistics Joint Basing Installation Support Functions Airfield Ops Child & Youth Services Command Management Installation Public Affairs Legal Support Financial Management Management Analysis Procurement Ops Installation Safety Installation Chaplain Ministries Installation History & Museums Laundry & Dry Cleaning Food Services Custodial Services Emergency Management Environmental Compliance Environmental Conservation Environmental Pollution Prevention Environmental Restoration Facilities Demolition Facilities New Footprint Facilities Restoration & Modernization Facilities Sustainment Family Housing Services Fire Protection & Emergency Services Grounds Maintenance & Landscaping Information Technology Services Management Lodging Military Personnel Services Morale, Welfare & Recreation Non-Appropriated Fund Instrumentality Pavement Clearance Services Pest Control Services Port Services Readiness Engineering Services Real Property Management & Engineering Services Real Property Leases Refuse Collection & Disposal Installation Law Enforcement Ops Installation Physical Security Protection & Services Installation Protection Support Small Arms Range Mgmt Supply Storage & Dist (Munitions) Supply Storage & Dist (Non-Munitions) Base Support Vehicles & Equipment Installation Movement Unaccompanied Personnel Housing Services Utilities Warfighter & Family Services 6

7 Acquisition, Technology and Logistics Joint Bases Lead Service Component responsible for providing Installation Support for the entire Joint Base or Region Navy Lead Army Lead PHASE 1 (established 1 Oct 09) 1.Joint Base Andrews-Naval Air Facility Washington (AF Lead) 2.Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst (AF Lead) 3.Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Ft Story (Navy Lead) 4.Joint Region Marianas (Navy Lead) = Naval Base Guam, Andersen AFB 5.Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall (Army Lead) PHASE 2 (established 1 Oct 10) 6.Joint Base Charleston (AF Lead) 7.Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson (AF Lead) 8.Joint Base San Antonio (AF Lead) = Lackland AFB, Randolph AFB, Ft Sam Houston 9.Joint Base Langley-Eustis (AF Lead) 10.Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling (Navy Lead) 11.Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam (Navy Lead) 12.Joint Base Lewis-McChord (Army Lead) 7

8 Acquisition, Technology and Logistics BRAC 2005 Joint Bases 8

9 Acquisition, Technology and Logistics Joint Management Oversight Structure (JMOS) 9 Established by the Deputy Secretary in the Joint Basing Implementation Guidance issued in January 2008

10 Acquisition, Technology and Logistics Installation Capabilities Council DoDI , January 10, 2008, chaired by DUSD(I&E) Representatives from: –Military Department’s Office of the Secretary –Military Services –Under Secretary for Personnel and Readiness –Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller)/Chief Financial Officer –Assistant Secretary of Defense for Networks and Information Integration/ DoD Chief Information Officer –General Counsel of the Department of Defense –Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff –Assistant Secretary of Defense for Reserve Affairs –Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs –Director, Program Analysis and Evaluation –Defense Logistics Agency –Department of Defense Education Activity –TRICARE Management Activity –Director, Administration and Management 10 Senior Joint Base Working Group

11 Acquisition, Technology and Logistics Transfer of real property and total obligation authority from supported Service Components to the supporting Service Component occur at full operational capability Transfer of real property and total obligation authority from supported Service Components to the supporting Service Component occur at full operational capability Joint Base Background & Governance TOA and Real Property Transfer 11 Supporting (Lead Service Component) Supporting (Lead Service Component) Reimbursement (DoDI ) Total Obligation Authority Real Property Accountability (JBIG) Tenants Non-DoD organizations DoD Agencies DoD Activities Army National Guard Air National Guard Working Capital Fund organizations Tenants Non-DoD organizations DoD Agencies DoD Activities Army National Guard Air National Guard Working Capital Fund organizations Supported (All other Service Components) Supported (All other Service Components)

12 Acquisition, Technology and Logistics Supplemental Guidance Supplemental Guidance Memorandum Of Agreement Signed by Vice Chiefs Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) Development & Resource Transfer 12 Supplemental Guidance Joint Base Implementation Guidance Supporting Tenants Supported OSD-Provided MOA Template Customized at each Joint Base Organization Manpower Budget Details Real Property Sites Implementation Plan Costs to meet COLS documented in the MOA  Supporting Component budgets to meet COLS  Supported Component transfers TOA to meet COLS  TOA/Personnel Transfer (“Should Be” )= “As Is” + “Shortfall to Meet COLS”  Transfers of resources, personnel, real property are permanent

13 Acquisition, Technology and Logistics Typical Joint Base Organizations Air Base Wing Cdr Joint Base Staff MSG Msn Spt Group(s) Medical Group Garrison Cdr Joint Base Staff MSG Directors NETCOM DFAS Base Cdr Joint Base Staff MSG Dept Heads FISC NAVFAC Air Force Army Navy Embedded Military Units 13

14 Acquisition, Technology and Logistics Measurement Cost & Performance Framework (CPVF) is the tool we use to assess performance against COLS –Computerized reporting tool –Joint bases report performance quarterly, financials annually OSD and Services’ staffs evaluate CPVF data for trends, issues, problems

15 Acquisition, Technology and Logistics We’re Building New Organizations People Processes Performance The “Building” is Finished, Now It’s Time to Move In!

16 Acquisition, Technology and Logistics Joint Base Lessons Learned Common Threads Commitment & involvement of Senior Leaders is vital –Can’t be too much communication! –Constant engagement by leaders at all levels essential Common understanding of common standards crucial –“Secure the building”…same vocabulary, different dictionary Transfer of civilians requires a hands-on approach –Manage leadership positions in the new joint installation support organization –Ensure smooth transfer of pay & civilian records Most friction in Service “cultural issues” –Balance creating joint culture for the new installation support organization while simultaneously preserving Service culture –Don’t underestimate need to reach out to civilian and retiree community 16

17 Acquisition, Technology and Logistics Way Ahead In next 24 months: –Streamline joint base organizations and procedures –Refine the joint installation support standards In the next 5 years: –Look for opportunities to export joint base experience to improve DoD installations and support processes Always: –Provide outstanding installation –Preserve the unique heritage & culture at the joint bases –Take care of the servicemembers, employees, families, and military communities 17 Visit us online at: https://www.us.army.mil/suite/page/560093

18 Acquisition, Technology and Logistics Questions?


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