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ASSOCIATION OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY INSTITUTE OF LAND WARFARE. “INSTALLATION CAPABILITIES FOR A TRANSFORMED ARMY” October 3, 2005 Joseph W. Whitaker Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations and Housing) OASA(I&E). Army’s Footprint Shrinks. 2005 Army Bases

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ASSOCIATION OF THE

UNITED STATES ARMY

INSTITUTE OF LAND WARFARE

“INSTALLATION CAPABILITIES FOR A TRANSFORMED ARMY”

October 3, 2005

Joseph W. Whitaker

Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army

(Installations and Housing)

OASA(I&E)

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Army’s Footprint Shrinks

  • 2005
  • Army Bases
  • Active Installations 116
  • AR Installations 4
  • ARNG Installations59
  • Army Reserve Centers 842
  • Guard Readiness Centers 2890
  • Land Acreage
  • United States 15,195,000
  • Europe 162,000
  • Asia 51,000
  • Other Overseas 15,000
  • Buildings
  • (million square feet)
  • United States 774
  • Europe 153
  • Asia 47
  • Other 2012 #’s are 7
  • rough estimates
  • 2012
  • 60
  • 4
  • 59
  • 747
  • 2724
  • 14,861,000
  • 73,000
  • 40,000
  • 15,000
  • 699
  • 65
  • 21
  • 7
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Drivers & Unknowns

  • Transformation to Army Modular Force
  • Integrated Global Posture and Basing Strategy (IGPBS)
  • Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) 2005
  • Resource Competition within Army/DoD
  • Supplementals
  • Congressional Actions
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Army BRAC 2005 Snapshot

  • 13 Active Closures
    • 5 HQ Installations
    • 3 Depots
    • 4 Ammunition Plants
    • 1 Reserve Garrison
  • 211 Guard Closures (State Optional)
  • 175 Reserve Closures
  • 54 Installations ‘Touched’
    • 50 Active Installations
    • 4 Reserve Garrisons
  • 125 New Armed Forces Reserve Centers

804 Individual Actions in BRAC Recommendations

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BRAC 2005 Process

Realigned / Closed

within 6 Yrs

Finalized

9 NOV 2005

13 MAY 2005

8 SEP 2005

Candidate Recommendation

Development

Closure Activities

NEPA

MILCON

Realignment

Closure

Integrates

IGPBS

Army Modular Force

Installation Military Value

Doctrinal Efficiencies

Joint Initiatives

Commission Review

Congress

Disposed / Transferred ASAP

Environmental Remediation

Community Engagement and Reuse Planning

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Army Operating Principles and Strategies

  • Implement major actions in 4 years
  • Expedite mission movements
  • Expedite real property conveyances
  • Early communication with affected communities
  • Use best business practices
  • Make use of all available authorities
  • Turn over property when last soldier leaves

Army will execute BRAC in 3 phases

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Phase I - Advance Planning

  • Significant Activities during this phase:
      • MILCON Planning
      • Installation profile assessment
      • Environmental Characterization of Property
      • Model deed and Finding of Suitability to Transfer (FOST)
      • Lean Six Sigma real property disposal and analysis
      • Community outreach
      • BRAC 2005 Budget development
milcon planning
MILCON Planning
  • Planning charrettes have been ongoing
  • U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) implementing MILCON Transformation
  • Need to build permanent facilities
  • MILCON funding over the next six years: $30 - $40 Billion
  • Funding will support:
    • BRAC 2005
    • Integrated Global Posture and Basing Strategy
    • Army Modular Force
    • Regular MILCON program
  • Army leadership is prioritizing actions – ACSIM is sequencing work plan
installation profile assessments
Installation Profile Assessments
  • Effort underway with world class real estate contractor
  • Reviewing local economic and real estate conditions and
  • property characteristics
  • Identifying a range of potential reuse opportunities
  • Focused on accelerating the transfer of property to beneficial reuse
army environmental efforts
Army Environmental Efforts
  • Significant cleanup progress since prior BRAC rounds
  • Army completing property characterization
    • Environmental Condition of Property
    • Gap Analysis
  • NEPA Compliance
  • Support expeditious MILCON and Real Property transfer
model deed and finding of suitability to transfer
Model Deed and Finding of Suitability to Transfer
  • Model Deed – Conveys title to real property from the Army to non-Federal entities
  • Model FOST – A determination by the Army that the property is suitable for transfer
  • Removes uncertainty for regulators and transferees regarding Army requirements for transfer documents
lean six sigma
Lean Six Sigma

Analyzed BRAC Real Property Disposal Process

  • Eliminating redundant processes
  • Linked environment and real estate processes
  • Look for changes in USACE Real Estate practices
community outreach
Community Outreach
  • Information Sources:
  • DoD BRAC website:
          • www.dod.mil/brac
    • Army BRAC website:
          • www.hqda.army.mil/acsim/brac
    • Office of Economic Adjustment website:
          • www.oea.gov
brac 2005 budgets
BRAC 2005 Budgets
  • BRAC 2005 will execute from FY2006 to FY2011
  • DoD appropriation acted on by the MILCON committees
  • DoD must present budget details to Congress prior to release of FY2006 funds for execution
  • FY2007 budget will be initial presentation of 6 year BRAC plan to Congress
  • Subsequent submissions will refine FY2008 to FY2011 programs
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Phase II -

Implementation of Closure and Realignment

  • Perform NEPA analysis
  • Complete property screening
  • Execute MILCON
  • Provide technical assistance and support to communities in redevelopment planning
  • Move units and functions
  • Complete environmental restoration of the property

Partnership with Communities essential

real property screening
Real Property Screening
  • Notices of availability (NOA) will be issued within one week of the BRAC 2005 becoming law
  • Agencies have 30 days from date of NOA to express interest in property
  • Request for transfer must be signed by head of agency and received within 60 days of date of NOA
  • Required to pay fair market value
  • Must agree to accept custody of the property when offered
  • Must agree to accept the property in “as-is” condition
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Phase III - Real Property Transfer

  • Determine DoD and Federal Property needs
  • Streamline Fed-to-Fed transfers
  • Select property disposal alternative (Tool Box)
  • Utilize “Early Transfer” authority when possible
  • Army knows how to transfer real property

Timely community redevelopment planning is key

army knows how to transfer real property
Army Knows How to Transfer Real Property
  • 207,750 acres BRAC/Non-BRAC property transferred using conservation and economic conveyances in past 3 years
  • Every tool available is being utilized:
    • Federal Property Act
    • BRAC Property for MILCON Authority
    • Conservation Conveyance Authority
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BRAC 2005 INSTALLATIONS AND ENVIRONMENT

LEADERSHIP

SECARMY

Dr. Harvey

Execution

ASA (I&E)

Mr. Eastin

PDASA (I&E)

Mr. Prosch

ACSIM

LTG Barno

DACSIM

Ms. Menig

Policy,

Oversight &

Direction

DASA (I&H)

Mr. Whitaker

BRACD

COL Derrick