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    1. 1 ASIP Army Stationing and Installations Plan IMA Installation Management Agency POM Program Objective Memorandum (Army Budget input to DoD)ASIP Army Stationing and Installations Plan IMA Installation Management Agency POM Program Objective Memorandum (Army Budget input to DoD)

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    4. 4 OACSIM Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation ManagementOACSIM Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management

    5. 5 AR 5-18 (Currently under revision) is the authority for ASIP BASOPS As of 2002 AIM-HI BASOPS is calculated from SBC Service pacing measures SBC ASIP data is used in formulas which are pacing measures for 35 out of 95 SBC Services RPLANS ASIP authorization data is used to generate allowances IFS ASIP UICs are used to designate occupancy of facilitiesAR 5-18 (Currently under revision) is the authority for ASIP BASOPS As of 2002 AIM-HI BASOPS is calculated from SBC Service pacing measures SBC ASIP data is used in formulas which are pacing measures for 35 out of 95 SBC Services RPLANS ASIP authorization data is used to generate allowances IFS ASIP UICs are used to designate occupancy of facilities

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    7. 7 ASIP Army Stationing and Installations Plan AIM-HI Army Installation Management Headquarters Information BASOPS Base Operations EIS Enterprise Information System FAS Facilities Analysis Services IFS Integrated Facilities System ISR Installation Status Report MILCON Military Construction OSD FSM Office of the Secretary of Defense Facilities Sustainment Model POM -Program Objective Memorandum (Army Budget input to DoD) Pop - Population PRIDE Army National Guard Real Estate System PRV- Plant Replacement Value RPI Real Property Inventory RPLANS Real Property Planning and Analysis System SBC Service Based Costing ASIP Army Stationing and Installations Plan AIM-HI Army Installation Management Headquarters Information BASOPS Base Operations EIS Enterprise Information System FAS Facilities Analysis Services IFS Integrated Facilities System ISR Installation Status Report MILCON Military Construction OSD FSM Office of the Secretary of Defense Facilities Sustainment Model POM -Program Objective Memorandum (Army Budget input to DoD) Pop - Population PRIDE Army National Guard Real Estate System PRV- Plant Replacement Value RPI Real Property Inventory RPLANS Real Property Planning and Analysis System SBC Service Based Costing

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    11. 11 The ASIP reconciles the Army Force Structure with the Army Command and Control systems to determine home stations of units worldwide ASIP shows how the Force changes over the POM period You cant facilitize the Force if you dont know what the Force is. Provides the audit trail from Force Structure systems to Real Property systems Is the only HQDA source for Tenants on Army installationsThe ASIP reconciles the Army Force Structure with the Army Command and Control systems to determine home stations of units worldwide ASIP shows how the Force changes over the POM period You cant facilitize the Force if you dont know what the Force is. Provides the audit trail from Force Structure systems to Real Property systems Is the only HQDA source for Tenants on Army installations

    12. 12 Consistency is why the ASIP was initially created All installations tracked tenants, but there was no common framework ASIP shows how the Force changes over the POM period Reconciles Real Property systems with the Army Force Structure Installation Managers know more about actual stationing than Force Structure Documenters. ASIP provides feedback to G3 Force Structure and Stationing so they can get it right in the documentsConsistency is why the ASIP was initially created All installations tracked tenants, but there was no common framework ASIP shows how the Force changes over the POM period Reconciles Real Property systems with the Army Force Structure Installation Managers know more about actual stationing than Force Structure Documenters. ASIP provides feedback to G3 Force Structure and Stationing so they can get it right in the documents

    13. 13 ASIP has over 1700 registered users. IMA/ARNG User Base of around 300 700 Other users Army DOD Federal AgenciesASIP has over 1700 registered users. IMA/ARNG User Base of around 300 700 Other users Army DOD Federal Agencies

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    16. 16 Note: Trainees Load Soldiers that are in the boot camps (training) Note: Reception Load Soldiers that are waiting for training AGR Active Guard / Reserve DoD Department of Defense KATUSA Korean Augmentation To the US Army MTOE Modified Table of Organization and Equipment PCS Permanent Change of Station RC Reserve Component TDA Table of Distribution and Allowances TDA AUG TDA Augmentations to MTOE TDY Temporary Duty USACE US Army Corps of EngineersNote: Trainees Load Soldiers that are in the boot camps (training) Note: Reception Load Soldiers that are waiting for training AGR Active Guard / Reserve DoD Department of Defense KATUSA Korean Augmentation To the US Army MTOE Modified Table of Organization and Equipment PCS Permanent Change of Station RC Reserve Component TDA Table of Distribution and Allowances TDA AUG TDA Augmentations to MTOE TDY Temporary Duty USACE US Army Corps of Engineers

    17. 17 Note: The Student Load (SL) represents an average class size distributed equally over the training year. SL = required number of students (RQT) times (*) class length (CL) divided by (/) 50 available training weeks. SL = RQT*CL/50. Note: The Billet Load (BL) for the Trainees for BT, OSUT, and Receptees are dependent on the Student Load (SL). Formulas for each are on the website. Note: The 5 entry training areas are Fort Benning, GA (Infantry), Fort Jackson, SC (Basic Combat Training (BCT)), Fort Knox (Armor), Fort Leonard Wood, MO (Engineer, Chemical Warfare, MP), and Fort Sill, OK (Artillery). AGR Active Guard / Reserve BT Basic Training MTOE Modified Table of Organization and Equipment OSUT One Station Unit Training PCS Permanent Change of Station TDA Table of Distribution and Allowances TDA AUG TDA Augmentations to MTOE TDY Temporary Duty TOTA Tenants Other Than Army Note: The Student Load (SL) represents an average class size distributed equally over the training year. SL = required number of students (RQT) times (*) class length (CL) divided by (/) 50 available training weeks. SL = RQT*CL/50. Note: The Billet Load (BL) for the Trainees for BT, OSUT, and Receptees are dependent on the Student Load (SL). Formulas for each are on the website. Note: The 5 entry training areas are Fort Benning, GA (Infantry), Fort Jackson, SC (Basic Combat Training (BCT)), Fort Knox (Armor), Fort Leonard Wood, MO (Engineer, Chemical Warfare, MP), and Fort Sill, OK (Artillery). AGR Active Guard / Reserve BT Basic Training MTOE Modified Table of Organization and Equipment OSUT One Station Unit Training PCS Permanent Change of Station TDA Table of Distribution and Allowances TDA AUG TDA Augmentations to MTOE TDY Temporary Duty TOTA Tenants Other Than Army

    18. 18 SORTS is a joint level command and control database. All services are required to register the home stations of all units and organizations in SORTS.SORTS is a joint level command and control database. All services are required to register the home stations of all units and organizations in SORTS.

    19. 19 UICs are assigned by the Center for Military History When inactivated, UICs may be recycled after a full POM cycle of 8 years Occasionally MACOMs break UIC rules and build documents using current or recently inactivated UICs Example AMC Contract AgencyUICs are assigned by the Center for Military History When inactivated, UICs may be recycled after a full POM cycle of 8 years Occasionally MACOMs break UIC rules and build documents using current or recently inactivated UICs Example AMC Contract Agency

    20. 20 ASIP gets student load data from the ARMY TRAINING RESOURCE REQUIREMENTS SYSTEM (ATRRS) Data is at the Army School Level Future training data may be at the course levelASIP gets student load data from the ARMY TRAINING RESOURCE REQUIREMENTS SYSTEM (ATRRS) Data is at the Army School Level Future training data may be at the course level

    21. 21 Tenants Other Than Army (excluding DOD) do not have UICs ASIP specific UICs must be created and managed by the Installation ASIP Manager The ASIP web application will not allow the entry of a duplicate UICTenants Other Than Army (excluding DOD) do not have UICs ASIP specific UICs must be created and managed by the Installation ASIP Manager The ASIP web application will not allow the entry of a duplicate UIC

    22. 22 Tenants Other Than Army (excluding DOD) do not have UICs ASIP specific UICs must be created and managed by the Installation ASIP Manager The ASIP web application will not allow the entry of a duplicate UICTenants Other Than Army (excluding DOD) do not have UICs ASIP specific UICs must be created and managed by the Installation ASIP Manager The ASIP web application will not allow the entry of a duplicate UIC

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    24. 24 If you can obtain a UIC from an Other Service tenant, use it. If not, create an ASIP specific UIC to track the unit. If you discover the real UIC in the future you can delete the current ASIP record for the tenant and create a new record using the correct UICIf you can obtain a UIC from an Other Service tenant, use it. If not, create an ASIP specific UIC to track the unit. If you discover the real UIC in the future you can delete the current ASIP record for the tenant and create a new record using the correct UIC

    25. 25 ASIP default shows all derivatives If you want to view organizations with collocated derivatives rolled into one UIC, you can apply a filter.ASIP default shows all derivatives If you want to view organizations with collocated derivatives rolled into one UIC, you can apply a filter.

    26. 26 This IMA Army Reserve TDA is spread between several installations Non-Additive Authorizations Authorized positions on a TDA that do not count against the congressionally set end-strength of the Army About 30,000 Army Wide AGRs, Foreign Liason positions, Other government liasons, Other Service positionsThis IMA Army Reserve TDA is spread between several installations Non-Additive Authorizations Authorized positions on a TDA that do not count against the congressionally set end-strength of the Army About 30,000 Army Wide AGRs, Foreign Liason positions, Other government liasons, Other Service positions

    27. 27 Multi Component Units document Acitve Army and/or Army Reserve and/or Army National Guard soldiers on one MTOE document Example: In a Multi-Compo Infantry unit, all 11Bs could be Active Army. Medics could be Army Reserve. Problem: Multi-Compo documents do not document geographically distinct derivative units. MC documents do not document units as they fight. MC documents show all derivatives as SAMAS parents. MTOE documented derivatives cannot be reconciled in ASIP.Multi Component Units document Acitve Army and/or Army Reserve and/or Army National Guard soldiers on one MTOE document Example: In a Multi-Compo Infantry unit, all 11Bs could be Active Army. Medics could be Army Reserve. Problem: Multi-Compo documents do not document geographically distinct derivative units. MC documents do not document units as they fight. MC documents show all derivatives as SAMAS parents. MTOE documented derivatives cannot be reconciled in ASIP.

    28. 28 ATRRS Army Training Resource and Requirements System PBG Program Budget Guidance (Civilian Authorizations) SAMAS Structure and Manpower Allocation System SIDPERS Standard Installation / Division Personnel System SORTS Status of Resources and Training System TAADS The Army Authorization Documents System ATRRS Army Training Resource and Requirements System PBG Program Budget Guidance (Civilian Authorizations) SAMAS Structure and Manpower Allocation System SIDPERS Standard Installation / Division Personnel System SORTS Status of Resources and Training System TAADS The Army Authorization Documents System

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    31. 31 G3 Headquarters, Department of the Army G3 Operations CCSA Command and Control Support Agency FMSA Force Management Support Agency MTOE Modified Table of Organization and Equipment PBG Program Budget Guidance (Civilian Authorizations) (Annual) SAMAS Structure and Manpower Allocation System (Annual) SORTS Status of Resources and Training System (Monthly) TAADS The Army Authorization Documents System (Annual) TDA Table of Distribution and Allowances TDA AUG TDA Augmentations to MTOE UIC Unit Identification Code G3 Headquarters, Department of the Army G3 Operations CCSA Command and Control Support Agency FMSA Force Management Support Agency MTOE Modified Table of Organization and Equipment PBG Program Budget Guidance (Civilian Authorizations) (Annual) SAMAS Structure and Manpower Allocation System (Annual) SORTS Status of Resources and Training System (Monthly) TAADS The Army Authorization Documents System (Annual) TDA Table of Distribution and Allowances TDA AUG TDA Augmentations to MTOE UIC Unit Identification Code

    32. 32 AGR Active Guard / Reserve ARNG Army National Guard FTS Full-Time Support MTOE Modified Table of Organization and Equipment RC Reserve Components SIDPERS Standard Installation / Division Personnel System (Monthly) USACE US Army Corps of Engineers USAR US Army Reserve AGR Active Guard / Reserve ARNG Army National Guard FTS Full-Time Support MTOE Modified Table of Organization and Equipment RC Reserve Components SIDPERS Standard Installation / Division Personnel System (Monthly) USACE US Army Corps of Engineers USAR US Army Reserve

    33. 33 ATRRS Army Training Resource and Requirements System BT Basic Training IET Initial Entry Training OSUT One Station Unit Training PCS Permanent Change of Station TDY Temporary Duty TRADOC US Army Training and Doctrine Command ATRRS Army Training Resource and Requirements System BT Basic Training IET Initial Entry Training OSUT One Station Unit Training PCS Permanent Change of Station TDY Temporary Duty TRADOC US Army Training and Doctrine Command

    34. 34 AAFES Army & Air Force Exchange Service DoD Department of Defense KATUSA Korean Augmentation To the US Army NAF Non-appropriated Fund AAFES Army & Air Force Exchange Service DoD Department of Defense KATUSA Korean Augmentation To the US Army NAF Non-appropriated Fund

    35. 35 AT Annual Training (two weeks a year) IDT Individual Deployment Training (1 weekend a month) TESS Training Evaluation Support System TROUPERS - Training, Readiness & Operations, Unit Planning, Execution, & Resourcing System UTS Unit Training System (Moving away from as a source) AT Annual Training (two weeks a year) IDT Individual Deployment Training (1 weekend a month) TESS Training Evaluation Support System TROUPERS - Training, Readiness & Operations, Unit Planning, Execution, & Resourcing System UTS Unit Training System (Moving away from as a source)

    36. 36 Note: APO information must be reviewed annually by OCONUS regions due to changes in APO data. APO Army & Air Force Post Office or Army Post Office or Air Post Office DEERS Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System CONUS Continental US or Contiguous US or All US States OCONUS Outside CONUSNote: APO information must be reviewed annually by OCONUS regions due to changes in APO data. APO Army & Air Force Post Office or Army Post Office or Air Post Office DEERS Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System CONUS Continental US or Contiguous US or All US States OCONUS Outside CONUS

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    38. 38 ACSIM Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management POCs Points of Contact SAMAS Structure and Manpower Allocation System ACSIM Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management POCs Points of Contact SAMAS Structure and Manpower Allocation System

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    41. 41 ATRRS Army Training Readiness Requirements System HQ IMA Headquarters, IMA HQDA Headquarters, Department of the Army IMA Installation Management Agency PBG Program Budget Guidance SAMAS Structure And Manpower Allocation System SIDPERS Standard Installation / Division Personnel System SORTS Status of Resources and Training TAADS The Army Authorization Documents System ATRRS Army Training Readiness Requirements System HQ IMA Headquarters, IMA HQDA Headquarters, Department of the Army IMA Installation Management Agency PBG Program Budget Guidance SAMAS Structure And Manpower Allocation System SIDPERS Standard Installation / Division Personnel System SORTS Status of Resources and Training TAADS The Army Authorization Documents System

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    46. 46 MACOM Army Major CommandMACOM Army Major Command

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    48. 48 Context Sensitive Screen Help is available by clicking the Help button on any screen of the Web ApplicationContext Sensitive Screen Help is available by clicking the Help button on any screen of the Web Application

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    51. 51 Annual Edit Guidance will be distributed to all editors prior to the Opening of the First and Second Edit Windows. It is also available online at the ASIP File Download Page under General Info / HelpAnnual Edit Guidance will be distributed to all editors prior to the Opening of the First and Second Edit Windows. It is also available online at the ASIP File Download Page under General Info / Help

    52. 52 The Users Manual is available online at the ASIP File Download Page under General Info / HelpThe Users Manual is available online at the ASIP File Download Page under General Info / Help

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    79. 79 Emphasize the 3 buttons Mark UNITS, Clear Review, Submit ReviewEmphasize the 3 buttons Mark UNITS, Clear Review, Submit Review

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    89. 89 Note: Overhires are TOTA reported under US GOVT OTH category. Ex uic is !ABC01. In the unit description, list the unit as WABC01 OVERHIRES.Note: Overhires are TOTA reported under US GOVT OTH category. Ex uic is !ABC01. In the unit description, list the unit as WABC01 OVERHIRES.

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    111. 111 Peak Calculations RC Training ATRRS Billet Loads

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    117. 117 IFS Integrated Facilities System EIS Enterprise Information System PRIDE Army National Guard Real Estate System RPI Real Property Inventory ISR Installation Status Report ASIP Army Stationing and Installations Plan Pop - Population OSD FSM Office of the Secretary of Defense Facilities Sustainment Model BASOPS Base Operations SBC Service Based Costing AIM-HI Army Installation Management Headquarters Information RPLANS Real Property Planning and Analysis System MILCON Military Construction FAS Facilities Analysis ServicesIFS Integrated Facilities System EIS Enterprise Information System PRIDE Army National Guard Real Estate System RPI Real Property Inventory ISR Installation Status Report ASIP Army Stationing and Installations Plan Pop - Population OSD FSM Office of the Secretary of Defense Facilities Sustainment Model BASOPS Base Operations SBC Service Based Costing AIM-HI Army Installation Management Headquarters Information RPLANS Real Property Planning and Analysis System MILCON Military Construction FAS Facilities Analysis Services

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