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Installation Management Update Association of Defense Communities Mr. Jonathan Hunter Deputy Chief of Staff Installation Management Command 14 January 2013.

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Installation Management Update

Association of Defense Communities

Mr. Jonathan Hunter

Deputy Chief of Staff

Installation Management Command

14 January 2013

Our mission is to provide Soldiers, Civilians and their Families with a quality of life commensurate with the quality of their service.

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IMCOM Mission Overview

MISSION READINESS

40 Army Airfields/6 Heliports

12 Mission Training Complexes

2256 Ranges

12,628 Square Miles of Training Area

500 Million rounds of ammunition

$6 Billion worth of training devices and simulators

Sustainable Range Program

Soldier Training Support Program

Mission Command Training Support Program

ENVIRONMENT

15 million acres

174 federal threatened & endangered species

12,563 ranges

13,508 cleanup sites

2,951 permits

130,000+ known cultural resources

Recycling Program

Sustainability

Environmental Quality Programs

Encroachment Mitigation

Endangered Species Act Compliance

INFRASTRUCTURE

107,445 Buildings

66,000 Other Structures

4214 Barracks

355,210 “Spaces”

2205 Historic Facilities

16,769 miles of paved road

554 Miles of railroad

498 Cemeteries

Annual Utility Bill ≈ $942M

Military Construction Investment ≈ $3B

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IMCOM Mission Overview

FAMILY PROGRAMS

233 Child Development Centers

84 Youth Centers

74 School Activity Centers

Relocation Services

Spouse Employment

Family Advocacy

Financial Counseling

New Parent Support

Army Family Teambuilding

Exceptional Family Member Program Support

RESILIENCY

217 Fitness Centers

135 Pools

188 Chapels

177 Religious Education Facilities

30 Family Life Centers

563 Substance Abuse Counselors

140+ Job Fairs this year

181 Restaurants

81 Bowling Centers

50 Golf Courses

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IMCOM Organization

Central

Atlantic

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Adapting to New Fiscal Environment

$1.4 B Reduction in FY 12

$2.2B Reduction since FY10

IMCOM is successfully reducing in cost and size while continuing to support Soldiers and Families

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Partnerships & Privatization

  • A success story!
    • Housing: Residential Communities Initiative (RCI)
    • Lodging: Privatization of Army Lodging (PAL)
    • Utilities: Utility Privatization
    • Transitioning Soldiers: Dept of Labor & Veterans Affairs
    • Survivor Assistance: TAPS, Gold Star Mothers
    • Municipal Services: Monterey CA, Sierra Vista AZ
  • Critical components of our vision for Installations 2020
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Why Municipal Partnerships?

  • Potential cost savings to government and partner
  • Improved city services without increased tax burden
  • Stability for government; not changing contractor every few years
  • Leverage core competencies vice duplication of capabilities
  • Excess capacity may exist in municipality
  • Strengthens bonds between community and military installation
  • “Strategic Value” for community
  • “Success breeds success”

Must be willing to engage head on and fight through every obstacle. The wins are worth the effort!

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Fort Huachuca / Sierra Vista AZ

Municipal Service Partnership Pilot Program

  • Initial plan was City operating the on-post library as “branch” of city library system
  • Army spent $392K per year for post library—to deliver substandard library support
  • Initial cost to meet City standards $813K, annual operating costs $428K
  • City library is exceptional; Post library is sub-standard.
  • 80% of Fort personnel live in local community.
  • This could have been the end of discussion as not economically viable to city to participate, but….
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Fort Huachuca / Sierra Vista AZ

Municipal Service Partnership Pilot Program

A New Idea!

  • Could Army and City partner to provide library services?
  • Use the city first class library and close on post library.
  • Army provides $60K a year to city to support unique Army requirements.
  • City library provides library services to city and Fort residents
  • Result: $350K per year savings for Army and BETTER SERVICE for soldiers and families!
  • Approved by Asst SECARMY JAN 2007
  • Partnership implemented MAR 07
  • First city/military partnership for library services in DoD!!!
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Lessons Learned

  • Legislative authority is powerful
  • Treat project development as a discussion between partners, not a “contract negotiation”
  • Must understand rate structure to include salaries, overhead, benefits, and equipment in “pricing” services
  • Bring contracting and lawyers in early as part of team; city and govt.
  • Understand Service Contract Act implications
  • Must dedicate staff/time to work partnership issues
  • Municipality and Govt must have “advocate” spearheading issues, without “buy-in” it won’t happen
  • Change will create resistance--- plan for it
  • Must be Commander’s and Mayor/Manager’s priority!

COL Jonathan Hunter, IMCOM-SE/jonathan.hunter@us.army.mil/404-464-0760

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What Partnership Opportunities May Be Right for Your Community or Installation?

  • Public Works
  • Utilities
  • Energy Security
  • Emergency Services
  • Library Services
  • Recreational Programs
  • Environmental Management
  • Forestry
  • Family Programs
  • Housing
  • Food Services
  • Transportation Services