BRAC in San Antonio and the San Antonio Integration Office

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Overview. BRAC actions affecting San AntonioSan Antonio Integration Office (SAIO) BackgroundSAIO Operations and Oversight. BRAC Actions Affecting San Antonio. Ft. Sam Houston. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Army Modular Force Moves: Fifth Army Sixth Army 470th MI BDE MEDCOM Band.

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1. BRAC in San Antonio and the San Antonio Integration Office September 2007 Need to set stage: SAIO is one enterprise but SIO, METC, BCB, ISR (BHT) are other enterprises This presentation is about the SAIO Integration OfficeNeed to set stage: SAIO is one enterprise but SIO, METC, BCB, ISR (BHT) are other enterprises This presentation is about the SAIO Integration Office

3. BRAC Actions Affecting San Antonio Need to set stage: SAIO is one enterprise but SIO, METC, BCB, ISR (BHT) are other enterprises This presentation is about the SAIO Integration OfficeNeed to set stage: SAIO is one enterprise but SIO, METC, BCB, ISR (BHT) are other enterprises This presentation is about the SAIO Integration Office

4. Ft. Sam Houston

5. Medical Transformation

6. Randolph AFB

7. Lackland AFB

8. Brooks City-Base

9. San Antonio Integration Office (SAIO) Background

10. San Antonio Integration Office Established: July 2006 with full implementation April 2007 Scope: All BRAC actions affecting San Antonio Cross service medical treatment transformation Consolidation of medical education and training Consolidation of specified medical research Air Force- and Army-specific unit movements Joint Base San Antonio Goal: Communication among all affected stakeholders and local community Coordination and support to numerous program/project managers Integration of all military phases of BRAC and non-BRAC actions in San Antonio Key Players: Community leaders, military commanders, and program managers at all levels

11. What is the Purpose of the San Antonio Integration Office? Initially established to orchestrate the integration of the implementation of the BRAC 2005 Medical Joint Cross-Service Group actions in San Antonio (Commission Recommendations 169, 170, 172, and 174). Support the management and integration of implementation actions to comply with BRAC law, and employ the most efficient and cost-effective ways possible, such that execution: Does not jeopardize or diminish the quality or level of healthcare delivery to the active military or TRICARE populations Transforms the delivery of officer and enlisted medic training without interrupting the pipeline of medics available for active duty Maintains the quality and availability of graduate medical training Ensures program transparency and integrity Incorporate Joint Base Recommendation 146 into integration framework Incorporate other BRAC actions taking place in San Antonio

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14. BRAC Recommendation #146 directs the transfer of installation management functions from Fort Sam Houston, Randolph AFB and Lackland AFB to a newly formed Joint Base San Antonio under a Joint Base Command for execution of all base operating support for the three installations. The Air Force was directed to be the Executive Agent for this action in San Antonio Air Education and Training Command (AETC) was designated by the Air Force to be the supporting command AF and AETC plan to appoint a general officer to be the Joint Base Commander (JBC) with the JBC organizationally aligned under the AETC Commander Will look like an ABW structure although called a Joint Base Command with groups/garrison structures at each base reporting to JBC Currently awaiting final Joint Base Implementation Guidance (JBIG) from OSD to continue work toward consolidation of functions to gain efficiencies under an MOA Our plan is to create a Joint Base Implementation Office (JBIO) to effect these actions and bring Joint Basing under our San Antonio Integration Office umbrella to efficiently integrate the initiative with all other BRAC actions and leverage our Executive Integration Oversight Board infrastructure which will be discussed later BRAC Recommendation #146 directs the transfer of installation management functions from Fort Sam Houston, Randolph AFB and Lackland AFB to a newly formed Joint Base San Antonio under a Joint Base Command for execution of all base operating support for the three installations. The Air Force was directed to be the Executive Agent for this action in San Antonio Air Education and Training Command (AETC) was designated by the Air Force to be the supporting command AF and AETC plan to appoint a general officer to be the Joint Base Commander (JBC) with the JBC organizationally aligned under the AETC Commander Will look like an ABW structure although called a Joint Base Command with groups/garrison structures at each base reporting to JBC Currently awaiting final Joint Base Implementation Guidance (JBIG) from OSD to continue work toward consolidation of functions to gain efficiencies under an MOA Our plan is to create a Joint Base Implementation Office (JBIO) to effect these actions and bring Joint Basing under our San Antonio Integration Office umbrella to efficiently integrate the initiative with all other BRAC actions and leverage our Executive Integration Oversight Board infrastructure which will be discussed later

16. SAIO Operations and Oversight

18. Key elements of SAIO Charter SAIO Responsibilities San Antonio Integration Office is responsible for: Integrating, synchronizing and coordinating activities necessary to implement the relevant BRAC program actions Documenting relevant numbered recommendation projects into an integrated master project plan Mapping and tracking relevant projects within a single integrated BRAC work breakdown structure Integrating the portfolio of projects under the purview of the EIOB Cost, schedule/constraint integration, communication, reporting and risk/issue management Overseeing receipt and distribution of all BRAC funds in accordance with approved business plans, program plans (PPlans) and implementation plans

19. Key elements of SAIO Charter SAIO Responsibilities (Cont.) In addition, the San Antonio Integration Office will: Serve as the integrator of BRAC-related activities that include clinical and non-clinical MILCON, and other related activities Identify issues and facilitate a resolution at the lowest level (as determined by the EIOB) Provide routine reports and briefings through AETC and the EIOB on program progress Assist in development and forwarding of budget and program requirements to oversight bodies and higher headquarters as required Coordinate the issuing of clinical and non-clinical Design Instructions for all related BRAC MILCON projects in San Antonio

20. Executive Integration Oversight Board (EIOB) Structure Depicted are the Planning and Implementation Offices (PIO) at bottom with coordination & communication dotted lines thru the SAIO. Each also follow command and execution lines thru their respective MAJCOM Commands SAIO assists each PIO and commands with programming, budgeting and execution. The Exec Integration Oversight Board (EIOB) made up of Senior Leaders (general officer and SES equivalents) responsible for execution of BRAC actions in San Antonio, form an oversight board to further effective communication and integration. Note the Community Advisory Board (CAC) has a sitting member on the EIOB Depicted are the Planning and Implementation Offices (PIO) at bottom with coordination & communication dotted lines thru the SAIO. Each also follow command and execution lines thru their respective MAJCOM Commands SAIO assists each PIO and commands with programming, budgeting and execution. The Exec Integration Oversight Board (EIOB) made up of Senior Leaders (general officer and SES equivalents) responsible for execution of BRAC actions in San Antonio, form an oversight board to further effective communication and integration. Note the Community Advisory Board (CAC) has a sitting member on the EIOB

21. EIOB Organizational Construct

23. EIOB-M Advisors SAIO Director – Maj Gen Lessel Dep SAIO Director & AETC BRAC Office – Dr Cem Maxwell Medical Clinical SAMBIO – COL Cuda SAMBIO – Col Hardin Medical Education & Training AMEDD – COL Gagliano AETC – Col Wolf NMETC – CAPT Westerbeck-Silva Brooks City-Base 311th HSW – Mr Herb Klein Joint Center of Excellence for Battlefield Health and Trauma Research COL Caraway Others USACE – COL Martin USACE - Mr Robert Morris AFCEE – Mr Paul Parker Directed Energy Lab – Dr Garrett Polhamus Fort Sam Houston Garrison – COL Martinson Lackland Mission Support Group – Col Labrutta IMA (SWRO) – Mr Robinson AETC A4/7 Representative – Mr Dennis Guadarrama (A7CC)

24. Joint Basing Executive Integration Oversight Board – (EIOB-JB) EIOB-JB includes: Maj Gen Welsh, Vice Commander, Air Education and Training Command (Chair) MG Czerw, Army Medical Department Center & School, Fort Sam Houston Maj Gen Lessel, AETC Director Plan, Requirements and Programs, Director SAIO Brig Gen Jones, Commander, 37th Training Wing, Lackland AFB Mr. Robinson, Director, US Army Installation Management Command, Western Region Col Clark, Commander 12th Flying Training Wing, RAFB

25. EIOB-JB Advisors Dep SAIO Director & AETC BRAC Office Dr Cem Maxwell Lackland AFB Col Labrutta, Commander, 37th Mission Support Group Fort Sam Houston COL Martinson, Commander, US Army Garrison, Fort Sam Houston Randolph AFB Col Sohan, Commander, 12th Mission Support Group AETC A4/7 Directorate, Logistics, Installations and Mission Support Col Rainforth, A4/7 Programs AETC A5/8 Joint Base Implementation Office Lt Col Mitchell Mr. David Pope

26. San Antonio BRAC Organizational Relationships

28. Community Advisory Committee SAIO Charter establishes a Community Advisory Committee (CAC) to advise the EIOB By Charter, the CAC must include representation from the City of San Antonio, Bexar County and the Brooks Development Authority CAC identified by the San Antonio Military Transformation Task Force (MTTF) in 20 Nov 06 memo from MTTF to AETC/CV Bexar County Commissioner Lyle Larson, MTTF Tri-Chair (EIOB Liaison) Mr. Mike Novak, MTTF Tri-Chair (representing the Greater Chamber) San Antonio City Councilwoman and MTTF Tri-Chair – Shelia McNeil Brooks Development Authority Board Member – Jim Greenfield Liaison or designated alternate will attend all EIOB meetings Identify community initiatives and report on progress Identify issues to be addressed by EIOB Community input and coordination a critical success factor for the successful implementation of the BRAC recommendations

29. Keys To Success Enhanced communication Integration of project management

30. Questions Need to set stage: SAIO is one enterprise but SIO, METC, BCB, ISR (BHT) are other enterprises This presentation is about the SAIO Integration OfficeNeed to set stage: SAIO is one enterprise but SIO, METC, BCB, ISR (BHT) are other enterprises This presentation is about the SAIO Integration Office

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