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  1. Defense Planning Program Guidance:Family Support Program Review 11 January 2011

  2. OSD & Service Collaboration • The FY12 DPPG (signed 12 July 2010) tasked USD (P&R), in coordination with the Director, Cost Assessment and Program Evaluation (D, CAPE) and the Secretaries of the Military Departments, to review defense-wide family support programs to identify: • gaps • duplicative efforts • opportunities to develop joint programs and share resources • Team led by MC&FP included representatives from the Services, Reserve Affairs, National Guard Bureau, CAPE, and Comptroller • Report signed by Under Secretary of Defense (P&R) and submitted to Sec Def September 8, 2010

  3. Review Findings • Overarching Gap: • Services and programs for geographically dispersed and Reserve Component families • Potential Gap: • Exceptional Family Member Programs (EFMP) • Potential Overlaps: • Non-medical counseling • Information and Referral Services • Opportunities for Joint Collaboration: • Spouse Employment and Education • Financial Readiness Counseling

  4. Next Steps • Continue review of family support programs to validate the extent to which the findings in this review represent actual gaps or overlaps in programs • Focus on RMD Studies: • DoD Family Program Web Sites Consolidation • Special Needs Study • Review current research projects on military families to identify gaps, overlaps or opportunities for collaboration

  5. Next Steps (cont.) • Link program review to family readiness future force needs and outcomes • Describe the full range of appropriate family support services that the Defense Department will provide to balance affordability with readiness • Deliver follow-on report to the Deputy Secretary of Defense on September 1, 2011