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Transforming Installation Management. Institute of Land Warfare Breakfast Forum 6 March 2003 MG Larry Lust Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management. Topics. Transformation of Installation Management U.S. Army Installation Long Range Plan Barracks Housing

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Transforming Installation Management

Institute of Land Warfare Breakfast Forum

6 March 2003

MG Larry Lust

Assistant Chief of Staff for

Installation Management

topics
Topics
  • Transformation of Installation Management
  • U.S. Army Installation Long Range Plan
  • Barracks
  • Housing
  • Utilities Privatization
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Intent of Transformation of Installation Management

  • Provide corporate structure focused on installation management
  • Support & Enable Mission Commanders
  • Eliminate migration of Installation Support dollars (BASOPS, Environment, Family Programs, Base Communications, Sustainment Renovation & Modernization)
  • Achieve regional efficiencies
  • Provide consistent and equitable services via “Standard Levels of Service”
  • Integrate Reserve Components
  • Support Information Technology and Contracting centralization efforts
  • MACOM Commanders provide strategic guidance through Installation Management Board of Directors (BOD)
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Fort Wainwright

Ft. Greely

Fort Richardson

Northwest

Northeast

Yakima Training

Center

Fort Lewis

Umatilla Chem Depot

Fort Drum

Natick R & D Ctr

Devens RFTA (USAR)

USAG Selfridge

Watervliet Ars

Fort McCoy (USAR)

Tobyhanna Army Depot

Ft. Hamilton

Detroit Ars

West Point

Picatinny Arsenal

Carlisle

Barracks

Rock Island Arsenal

Fort Monmouth

Letterkenny

AD

Aberdeen Proving Ground

Fort Dix (USAR)

Dugway Proving Ground

Lima Army

Tank Plt

Sierra Army Depot

Ft Detrick

Deseret Chem Depot

Ft. AP Hill

Fort Carson

Tooele AD

Adelphi Lab Ctr

Fort Eustis

Parks RFTA (USAR)

Fort Monroe

Hawthorne AD

Fort Lee

Fort Story

Pueblo Depot

Riverbank AAP

Moffett Field

RFTA (USAR)

Radford AAP

Walter Reed

Ft. Meade

Blue Grass AD

Presidio of Monterey

Iowa AAP

Fort McNair

Fort Myer

Fort Hunter Liggett (USAR)

Fort Knox

Fort Belvoir

Lake City

AAP

Holston AAP

Fort Campbell

Fort Bragg

Fort Riley

Fort Irwin

Fort

Leavenworth

MOT Sunny Point

Milan AAP

Fort Sill

Fort Leonard Wood

Fort Jackson

McAlester AAP

White Sands Missile Testing Center

Yuma Proving Ground

Redstone Arsenal

Pine Bluff

Ars

Red River AD

Fort Gordon

Kansas AAP

Anniston AD

Fort Hauchuca

Lone Star AAP

Director Locations

NE: Ft Monroe

SE: Ft McPherson

NW: Rock Island Ars

SW: Ft Sam Houston

Europe: Heidelberg

Pacific: Ft Shafter

Korea: Yongsan

Louisiana

AAP

Fort McPherson

Fort Benning

Ft. Gillem

Fort Bliss

Fort Polk

Hunter Army Airfield

Fort Rucker

Fort Hood

Fort Stewart

Fort

Sam Houston

Camp Stanley Storage Actv

Pacific

Mississippi AAP

Southeast

USAG Miami

Corpus Christi AD

Ft Buchanan, PR

Southwest

Tokyo/Yokohama

Akizuki/Kure

Zama/Sagamihara

Okinawa

Overseas: Europe

Korea

Fort Shafter

Schofield Barracks

Kwajalein

Installation Management Regions

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U.S. Army Installation Long Range Plan

OSD Guidance is

to fund 100%

sustainment

Today

Goals

  • C1 Army living and working in C3 conditions
  • Achieve full sustainment by FY05
  • Raise facility quality to C2 by FY10
  • Achieve 67 yr recap by FY07

$11.5B

Currently 104 years

  • Focus Facility Types
  • Veh Maint & Hardstand
  • Fitness Centers
  • ARNG Readiness Centers
  • USAR Centers
  • Classrooms
  • Trainee Barracks
  • Chapels

Strategy

  • Focus investment to raise quality to C2
  • Execute Barracks Modernization Program
  • Execute Army Family Housing Program
  • Execute Efficiency Programs
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Barracks Modernization Program

Today

Target

  • Required 164,800 permanent party spaces for 141,200 soldiers
  • 76% of barracks adequate or funded to meet standard
    • 83% US
    • 63% Europe
    • 64% Korea
  • Meet 1 + 1 or equivalent standard for all barracks by FY08 (funded to 2010 or beyond)

76% 79% 82% 86% 91% 97% 97% 97%

Strategy

  • Assign 2+2 as 1+1
  • Build out deficit
  • Renovate worst first
  • Centrally fund
  • furnishings

As of FY2004 PresBud

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Army Family Housing Program

Target

Today

  • 38% Army Family Housing adequate
  • Eliminate inadequate housing by FY07

Privatized inventory increases from 13% to 58% between FY03 –FY09

Strategy

  • Community First Approach (Increase housing allowance)
  • Privatize – Residential Communities Initiative (RCI)
  • Build new
  • Lease
total program 28 projects 71 418 homes
Total Program = 28 Projects (71,418 Homes)

Fort Lewis, WA = 3,982

4 Northeast Projects

Fort Hamilton, NY = 228

Picatinny Arsenal, NJ = 116

W. Reed AMC, D.C. = 173

Fort Detrick, MD = 155

Fort Drum, NY = 2,272

Carlisle Brks, PA = 316

Fort Meade, MD = 3,170

Fort Leavenworth, KS = 1,580

Presidio of Monterey / Naval Postgraduate School, CA = 2,268

Fort Belvoir, VA = 3,068

Fort Leonard Wood, MO = 2,472

Fort Carson, CO = 2,663

Fort Eustis / Story / Monroe, VA = 1,299

Fort Campbell, KY = 4,807

Fort Bragg, NC = 5,578

Fort Irwin / Moffett / Parks, CA = 3,052

Fort Knox, KY = 3,380

Fort Gordon, GA = 872

Redstone Ars, AL = 503

Fort Benning, GA = 4,055

Fort Rucker, AL = 1,516

Fort Shafter / Schofield, HI = 7,704

Fort Stewart / Hunter, GA = 2,927

Fort Bliss, TX = 2,776

Fort Polk, LA = 3,648

4 Initial Projects

Fort Hood, TX = 5,912

Possible Future Locations

FY 2002 Projects

Fort Huachuca

Fort Sill

Fort Monmouth

Fort Wainwright

Fort Richardson

Aberdeen

Fort Lee

West Point

Fort Riley

Fort Jackson

Fort Sam Houston, TX = 926

FY 2003 Projects

FY 2004 Projects

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Utility Privatization Program

CONUS

10 Pending Contract Award

79 Under Negotiation

Today

Goal

  • CONUS:
  • 351 systems
  • 66 privatized
  • Europe:
  • 589 systems
  • 215 privatized
  • Japan & Korea:
  • 128 systems exempted
  • Privatize all systems where economical

Strategy

  • Privatize utilities by 30 Sep 03 where economical
  • Re-evaluate all systems that are exempt, uneconomical, or had no response by 30 Sep 05
  • Bring remaining Army owned systems to C2 condition by 30 Sep 10
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Summary

Actions taken to:

  • Provide corporate structure focused on installation management
  • Meet 1 + 1 or equivalent standard for all barracks by FY10
  • Eliminate inadequate housing by FY07
  • Privatize all systems where economical