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1 1 ARMY STRONG ACSIM Strategic Initiatives Group, AS OF 2 OCT 09 Unclassified SICE Adopting an Enterprise Approach in Services and Infrastructure for Soldier and Family Readiness 6 October

2 2 ARMY STRONG ACSIM Strategic Initiatives Group, AS OF 2 OCT 09 Unclassified Services and Infrastructure Core Enterprise (SICE) Enterprise accomplishments SICE way ahead Agenda 2

3 3 ARMY STRONG ACSIM Strategic Initiatives Group, AS OF 2 OCT 09 Unclassified Services and Infrastructure Core Enterprise By integrating all Army services, infrastructure and operational support into one Army Enterprise, the Army achieves the highest quality of service and infrastructure output with the most precise, equitable, and lean expenditure of resources: the highest output at best value. For this Core Enterprise, services include operational support provided across all four enterprises, joint, and to the DoD in such areas as the provision of intelligence, the network, and engineering. The Services and Infrastructure Enterprise (SICE) becomes a key element of the Generating Force’s effort to support ARFORGEN, maintain the All-Volunteer Force and provide quality of life equal to the quality of service. It has the greatest potential for optimization of Army resources through integration of supporting enterprises. 3

4 4 ARMY STRONG ACSIM Strategic Initiatives Group, AS OF 2 OCT 09 Unclassified HCE BoardMCE BoardRCE BoardSICE Board Objective: Efficient Delivery of OUTPUTS Army Force Generation Synchronization Human Capital Materiel Readiness Services and Infrastructure Trained and Ready Forces for the Combatant Commanders Trained and Ready Forces for the Combatant Commanders CG TRADOC ARFORGEN Synch Board CG AMC CG FORSCOM CG IMCOM Senior Commander ASA(M&RA) G1 ASA(ALT) G4, G8 USA G3/5/7 ASA(I&E) G2, G6, ACSIM, TSG, COE Key Stakeholders: Installation Management Command Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installation and Environment Medical Command Network Enterprise Technology Command US Army Corps of Engineers Criminal Investigation Command Intelligence and Security Command Military and Installation Contracting Cmd HQDA Office of Chief of Chaplains HQDA Office of Provost Marshall General HQDA Office of the Judge Advocate General US Army Reserve Command Army National Guard Services and Infrastructure Core Enterprise 4

5 5 ARMY STRONG ACSIM Strategic Initiatives Group, AS OF 2 OCT 09 Unclassified Enterprise Collaboration SICE We’ve worked point-to-point in the past... SICE brings an enterprise approach.

6 6 ARMY STRONG ACSIM Strategic Initiatives Group, AS OF 2 OCT 09 Unclassified Services and Infrastructure (SICE) Governance SICE Board Purpose: Provide essential services, infrastructure, and operational support worldwide to enable an expeditionary Army and sustain Soldiers and their Families. Chair: ASA (I&E), Vice: CG, IMCOM Members: ASA M&RA, OAA, FM&C Chief of Engineers, PMG, and TSG HQDA G2 CIO/G6 Ch Chaplains CG, FMWRC CG, US Army Reserve Command Dir, Army National Guard DCG other CEs Cdr, Army Environmental Command Advisory: HQDA staff : G1, Dep G3, Dep G4, Dep G8, JAG, Secretariat: OGC, ABO, M&RA USASOC General Officer Steering Committee Purpose: Provide executive level review of matters being submitted to Senior Leaders of the Army. Chair: ASA I&E SI, DCG, IMCOM Members: IMCOM MEDCOM USACE NETCOM INSCOM FMWRC M&RA FM&C Other CEs USASOC CCH ACSIM CIDC ARNG USAR Meeting Frequency: bimonthly Working Group Purpose: Develop and refine CE concepts and principles for operation within aligned organizations; develop implementation plans for governance, and assessment within aligned organizations; Members: ARNG OCAR ETF FM&C G-2/INSCOM G-4 G-6/NETCOM G-8 I&E IMCOM M&RA MEDCOM OAA OCE USACE PMG/CIDC TJAG USASOC Meeting Frequency: monthly Working Draft / Pre-Decisional Meeting Frequency: bimonthly Aligned Organizations Forums Stationing Senior Review Group (SSRG) Army Enterprise Guidance Board Army Energy Security SEC & SEE Geospatial Governance Board (GGB) MILCON GOSC Soldier and Family Action Plan Senior Review Group (SFAPSRG)

7 7 ARMY STRONG ACSIM Strategic Initiatives Group, AS OF 2 OCT 09 Unclassified Alignment of Soldier & Family Programs to ARFORGEN SICE ISO ARFORGEN RESET (Redeployed) TRAIN/ READY (Home Station) AVAILABLE (Deployed) ACS: Video tele-conferencing for communication w/deployed Soldier Workshops/Tng (employment/parenting/relationship bldg) Operation READY Tng DCS checklist training AFTB Tng FRG & Rear Detachment Cdr Support Financial Readiness Tng CYSS: Extended/expanded Child Care (24 hr, respite, bereavement, events) Operation: Military Child Care Operation: Military Kids Discounts for youth programs, transportation to/from events Homework support/tutoring CR: Library Services Sports/Fitness/Recreation Activities BOSS/I.A.M. STRONG Partnership “The Zone” ACS: Promote AFAP process Educating AC/RC FRGs SRP assistance-gather at-risk Family info Family Advocacy Services (Victim Advocacy, New Parent Support, EFMP) Operation READY training CYSS: Extended/expanded Child Care (FRG, reunion, reintegration) Operation: Boots Off 24/7 online tutoring (Tutor.com) School counselor training CR: Library Services Sports/Fitness/Recreation Activities BOSS/I.A.M. STRONG Partnership Warrior Adventure Quest Soldier Show/Concert Series “The Zone” ACS: Recruiting/training unit Family Readiness teams Workshops/Tng (employment, parenting, relationship building) Educating AC/RC FRGs Awareness of AFC, PTSD, TBI Spouse Tng (Reintegration, Suicide & Battlemind) Family Advocacy Services (victim advocacy, new parent support, EFMP) MFLC Surge Financial Readiness Tng CYSS: Extended/expanded Child Care (FRG, Weekend for Battle Unit Assembly & Tng) Out of school programs for Youth Operation: Boots On for Youth (mock deployment exercise) Prep school counselors/units on deployment stressors CR: Library Services Sports/Fitness/Recreation Activities BOSS/I.A.M. STRONG Partnership Warrior Adventure Quest Soldier Show /Concert Series “The Zone” Financial Readiness Tng AFTB Training Highlighted programs are focused for surge in those ARFORGEN Cycles. 7

8 8 ARMY STRONG ACSIM Strategic Initiatives Group, AS OF 2 OCT 09 Unclassified Soldier Lifecycle - Human Dimension Human Dimension of ARFORGEN AvailableResetTrain/Ready unit returns enters Reset Progressive Unit Readiness AC / ARNG / USAR ARFORGEN is a unit operational readiness cycle optimized to provide commanders with trained and ready units Individuals and the human dimension within ARFORGEN do not operate on the same rigidly defined cycles. Individual BOG dwell vs unit dwell (1:1.62 vs 1:2) Soldier and Family stresses occur throughout the operational cycle Services can be predictive to meet unit demands of ARFORGEN but must be flexible to provide support to Soldiers and Families when they need it most. AvailableResetTrain/Ready unit returns enters Reset Progressive Unit Readiness AC / ARNG / USAR AvailableResetTrain/Ready unit returns enters Reset Progressive Unit Readiness AC / ARNG / USAR AvailableResetTrain/Ready unit returns enters Reset Progressive Unit Readiness AC / ARNG / USAR Entry Training Medical Event Family/Personal Event Retirement No Individual lifecyles are the same Ldr Dev Promotion Death Civilian employer Medical Event PCS 8

9 9 ARMY STRONG ACSIM Strategic Initiatives Group, AS OF 2 OCT 09 Unclassified Enterprise Accomplishments Information Management Realignment Logistics Realignment Contract Management Reform Readiness Core Enterprise RESET ROC drill 9

10 10 ARMY STRONG ACSIM Strategic Initiatives Group, AS OF 2 OCT 09 Unclassified Services and Infrastructure Core Enterprise Way Ahead Realignment of Special Installations Alternative Energy Initiatives 10

11 11 ARMY STRONG ACSIM Strategic Initiatives Group, AS OF 2 OCT 09 Unclassified Major Army Energy Initiatives Develop 500 MW Solar Thermal Energy Plant at Fort Irwin, CA Supports Energy Security for the Installation Estimated $20.8M utility cost reduction to Army over 25 years Partnership with Industry through Enhanced Use Lease (EUL) and Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) Developer Announced July 09 Build 30 MW Geothermal Power Plant at Hawthorne Army Depot, NV Meet all of Hawthorne’s electrical power requirements Releases essentially no greenhouse gas emissions Available 24/7 Partnership with Navy and USACE 11

12 12 ARMY STRONG ACSIM Strategic Initiatives Group, AS OF 2 OCT 09 Unclassified Major Army Energy Initiatives Replace 4,000 Petroleum-fueled Vehicles with Electric Vehicles 111,500 fewer metric tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions Estimated fuel savings of $45.8M over six years Acquisition of 531 Hybrid Vehicles 40 Miles per gallon = lower fuel costs and reduction of “green house” gas emissions Army has largest fleet of hybrid vehicles in the Department of Defense 12

13 13 ARMY STRONG ACSIM Strategic Initiatives Group, AS OF 2 OCT 09 Unclassified Services and Infrastructure Core Enterprise Operating as an enterprise in support of Institutional Adaptation to more effectively and efficiently generate trained and ready forces.…Delivering the right services, at the right time, at the right place. 13

14 14 ARMY STRONG ACSIM Strategic Initiatives Group, AS OF 2 OCT 09 Unclassified SICE – It’s About Soldier and Family Readiness 14


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