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					               U.S. ARMY INSTALLATION MANAGEMENT
                    COMMAND (IMCOM) OVERVIEW
                                            BRIEF TO
                  SOCIETY OF AMERICAN MILITARY
                  ENGINEERS – SAN ANTONIO POST

                                       27 JULY 2010

          Our mission is to provide standardized, effective & efficient services, facilities
          and infrastructure to Soldiers, Families and Civilians for an Army and Nation
                                  engaged in persistent conflict.




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                                    AGENDA

                    Why IMCOM was formed

                    All About IMCOM

                    Overview of General Staff (GS) and Divisions

                    Sub-Commands

                    Wrap-up




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                                      STRUCTURE BEFORE
                             CENTRALIZED INSTALLATION MANAGEMENT`
•       Major commands managed all installations before establishment of centralized
        installation management
                   •   Installation services not predictable for Soldiers, Families
                   •   No set standards for installations
                   •   Installations were “haves” or “have nots”
                   •   War fighter’s purpose was diverted

                                             HQ, Department of the Army


       AMC             FORSCOM        TRADOC            USACE               USAREUR              EUSA           MEDCOM             USAR
30 Installations 14 Installations 16 Installations    1 Installation        30 Installations 48 Installations 2 installations 4 Installations


             USARSO            USMA             MDW                MTMC                  ATEC           USARPAC              SMDC

           1 Installation   1 Installation   6 Installations    2 Installations       3 Installations   8 Installations   1 Installation




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                       ASA (I&E)                     ACSIM & CG, IMCOM


     SICE

                      DACSIM                                                        DCG
                                                                                      ED          Ft Sam Houston
                                                                                                     (6 OCT 10)




            IS      RD       IT     OPS           G1       G3/5/7        G4                G6    G8




    Pentagon
                                                                                                           Army
                                        Family and                                                     Environmental
                                          MWR                                  Region
                                                                                                         Command
                                        Command                               Directors




                                       $28B Annual Budget, including stimulus funds
                          ≈ 2,100 Military, 44,600 Civilian, 28,100 NAF Employees, and 40,400 Contractors
                 74 Active Component Installations, 4 Army Reserve Installations, 47 National Guard & Support for
                                                          33 Other Installations
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                                                                                    Key Stakeholders:
  As part of institutional adaptation, providers of services and            SICE    Installation Management Command

  infrastructure formed a single entity - SICE                                      Assistant Secretary of the Army
                                                                                       for Installation and Environment
Secretariat
Co-Chairs: ASA(M&RA)         ASA(ALT)        USA               ASA(I&E)             Medical Command
                 G1           G4, G8         G3/5/7     G2, G6, ACSIM, COE, PMG     Network Enterprise Technology Command

          HCE Board         MCE Board RCE Board               SICE Board            US Army Corps of Engineers
                                                                                    Criminal Investigation Command

          CG TRADOC            CG          CG                    CG                 Intelligence and Security Command
                              AMC          FORSCOM               IMCOM              Military and Installation Contracting Cmd
                                                                                    HQDA Office of Chief of Chaplains
                                          ARFORGEN
                                          Synch Board
                                                                                    HQDA Office of Provost Marshall General

                                                             Services and           HQDA Office of the Judge Advocate General
         Human Capital       Materiel     Readiness                                 US Army Reserve Command
                                                             Infrastructure
                                                                                    Army National Guard
                                                                                    ASA (M&RA), ASA (FM&C)
                                                                                    HQDA G1, G2, G4, G6, G8


                 Objective: Efficient Delivery of OUTPUTS                          Trained and Ready
                                                                        Senior
                                                                      Commander      Forces for the
    Army Force Generation Synchronization*                                             Combatant
                                                                                      Commanders

        *IAW AR 600-20, DP 91, GO 3

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                          IMCOM TODAY: ONE ORGANIZATION
               Six Region Headquarters             Planned realignments: By 2011, IMCOM HQ will relocate to Ft.
                                                   Sam Houston, TX; Northeast and Southeast Region HQ will
                                                   relocate to Ft. Eustis, VA; and Pacific and Korea will merge.

                                                                            IMCOM HQ Arlington, VA




                                                   NORTHEAST


                       WEST
                                                                                                       Fort Monroe




                                Fort Sam Houston
                                                                                                                     Fort McPherson


   PACIFIC
                                                                                            SOUTHEAST
                 Fort Shafter
                                  EUROPE:               KOREA:
                                  Heidelberg            Yongsan


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                                   IMCOM CORE COMPETENCIES
 •Command Garrisons                     •Provide Facility Services                •Provide Environmental /
        –Evaluate; assess                   –Public Works                         Energy Sustainability
        –Plan; develop                      –Real Property
        –Decide; Prioritize;                                                          –Stewardship of natural
                                              - Land
         Communicate, Deliver                                                           resources
                                              - Buildings                             –Environmental Programs
        –Coordinate; synchronize;
                                              - Utilities                             –Environmental restoration
         integrate
        –Business Transformation            –Ranges & Training Facilities              (clean-up) program
        –Liaise                                                                       –Environmental planning
        –Community Partnerships and     •Provide Installation Support                 –Energy Management
         outreach                           –Human Resources                          –Managing historic
        –Provide Commons Levels of                                                     properties
                                            –Information Management
         Support (CLS)                      –Resource Management Office
                                            –Emergency Services
                                            –Plans, Training, Mobilization, and
 •Provide Soldier and Family                 Security
 Programs and Services                      –Logistics
 (Including geographically                  –Public Affairs
 dispersed)                                 –Safety
        –Family, Morale, Welfare, and       –Legal
         Recreation (FMWR)                  –IG Support
         -AFRC                              –EEO
        –Employment Services                –Internal Review
        –Education Services
        –Access to Health Care
        –Housing, barracks
        –Religious Support

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                  WHAT IMCOM MANAGES (SERVICE EXAMPLES)

       • 583,000 Family and single housing units (examples: owned, leased, privatized)

       • 98,000 Trainee barracks spaces (lodging not included)

       • 714 Fitness, aquatic, athletic and recreation facilities

       • 53 Golf courses; 87 bowling centers; 93 general libraries

       • 167 Child development centers; 119 middle school/teen facilities;
         and 124 school-age facilities

       • 53 Education centers (Army members; doesn’t include high schools, etc.)

       • 302 Chapels around the world host 615 worship services every weekend,
         many focused on diverse faith groups.

       • 33 Soldier & Family Assistance Centers (SFACs); 35 Warrior Transition Units
         (WTUs); and 9 Community Based Health Care Organizations (CBHCOs)

                                                           Note: Figures are latest available and subject to change.

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                               CONTINUED SERVICE EXAMPLES
    •    60 Record-holding areas; 88 Official mail and distribution centers

    •    4,800 Ranges, 10 battle command training centers, 28 Training support centers

    •    28 Airfields

    •    286 Operating Garrison Dining Facilities

    •    63 Central Issue Facilities (CIF); 5 Clothing Initial Issue Points (CIIP)

    •    2 CONUS Replacement Centers (CRC)

    •    16 Individual Chemical Equipment Management program storage sites

    •    33 Ammunition Supply Points (CONUS Only)
          – OPCON to AMC

    •    6 Power Generation Platforms; 7 Power Support Platforms; 10 Power Projection Platforms

    •    About 25 automated logistics supply systems
                                                                  Note: Figures are latest available and subject to change.

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 • Key Sep 2010 HQ IMCOM
                                                               HQ IMCOM Cumulative Presence in SATX
                                                                                                                           Move from SATX
   relocation tasks                                                                                                         lease to new
                                                1000                                                      83% of           FSHTX HQ Bldg
   – Command center of gravity at SATX                                                                                                         846 HQ
                                                                                                         End-State                             IMCOM
   – IMCOM HQ Flag in SATX
                                                                                                                                              End-State
   – All key leaders in SATX                                                      70% of                                                      Positions
                                                 750                             End-State
   – 70% of required end-state staff in SATX
 • HQ IMCOM now in lease space
 • New permanent HQ facility                     500
   available at FSHTX 20 Jun 2011
 • MSC relocations (AEC and
   FMWRC) proceeding consistent                  250
   with 4Q, FY11 facility availability

                                                   0
                                                         JUN    JUL     AUG       SEP        OCT   NOV     DEC
                                                         3Q             4Q                         1Q                2Q       3Q     4Q
                                                                     FY10                                       FY11
                                    MOVES Cumulative     346    365     391        414       417   420     424       431      458    491
                                    HIRES Cumulative     10      31         74     175       209   243     279       327      351    405
                                    CMEs Cumulative       5      5          5       5         5     4       3          3       5      9
                                    Hires, moves, CMEs   361    401     470        594       631   667     706       761      814    905



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                                                              IMCOM HQ Organization

                                                                          COMMANDING
  SPECIAL STAFF                                                             GENERAL
  IG – COL John Holwick – 703-602-1313                      DEPUTY                       EXECUTIVE
                                                                          LTG Rick Lynch
  CH – CH (COL) Charles L. Howell – 703-602-             COMMANDING                      DIRECTOR
  5698                                                   GENERAL and
  EEO – Seema Salter - 703-602-4308
                                                                                       Mr. John Nerger
  SAFETY – Mario Owens – 703-681-5200
                                                        CHIEF OF STAFF                  703-602-6392
                                                                            CSM                                      LIAISON OFFICERS
  SJA – COL Gregory Baldwin – 703-681-5249                BG Al Aycock
                                                                       SGM Neil Ciotola                              ACC – Donald Bobby – 703-602-4484
  MSO – Andy Anderson – 7903-602-9757                     210-221-0625                                               AR – COL Loretta Deaner – 703-602-7510
  StratComm/PAO – Mike Thiem – 703-602-                                 703-602-1342
  0914
  IR – Thomasin Converse – 210-424-8609
  SGS – Joseph Neal – 703-602-7459
  IMTO – Zeke Morrow – 703-602-3470
  Dep COS – Ernie Tafoya – 210-424-8018
  SICE – COL Martin Wilson – 703-602-6257



       G1                     G3/5/7                     G4                       G6                    G8               FMWRC                ENVIRONMENT
Ms. Karen Perkins         BG Gordon -Bray           Mr. Ed Horton           Mr. William Lay    BG Thomas Horlander   MG Reuben Jones         COL Scott Kimmell
  703-602-7524             703-602-1730             703-602-4496             703-696-9534          703-602-7328       703-681-7472             410-436-2657
        MIL PERS                                                                                                            BUSINESS                  RANGE &
                                   OPS
                                                         LOGISTICS               OPS PLNG              BUDGET
       Ken Echols             COL Van Smiley                                                                               INITIATIVES                 TECH
                                                       Nancy Burton (A)         Rick Thomas          EXECUTION
      210-424-8399             703-602-5143                                                                               Debbie Martin              Joe Murphy
                                                        703-602-4341            703-325-6531          Shar Kaina
                                                                                                                          703-681-5368
         CIV PERS                                                                                    703-602-0515                                   410-436-2232
      Denise Copeland                                                                                                        FAMILY
                                 EMERG SERV               PUBLIC
       703-602-2491                                                             GARRISON            MANPOWER               PROGRAMS                  ENV QUAL
                               Floyd Williams (A)
                                                          WORKS                   IT OPS                                  Lynn McCollum
                                                                                                                                                    (A) Janet Kim
                                  210-424-8625                                                       Pam Little            703-681-5374
           WFD                                          Jeff Ward (A)            VACANT                                                             410-436-1204
                                                                                                    703-602-2153
      Phil DeMarais                                     210-424-8230
                                                                                                                              CYSS
      703-602-4461                   G5                                         SYS IMPL                PA&E               M. A. Lucas               CLEANUP
                              Mr. James Doty                                     & FLDG                Charlotte          703-681-5378               Jim Daniel
          ACES                703-602-6418                                     Barb Schmidt           Rodriguez
      John Bush (A)                                                            410-436-6340                                                         541-436-1537
                                                                                                     703-602-7313           SOLDIER &
       210-424-8109                                                                                                         COMM REC
                                                                                                    FINANCIAL OPS           Paul Rohler             INS SPT OFC
                                                                              CUSTOMER SUP              Michael
         ASAP                                                                                                              703-681-7398              Frank Levi
                                                                                 Vacant                Morthland
     Wayne Stramer                                                                                                                                  703-602-5451
                                                                                                      703-602-2154
      210-424-8094
                                                                                                      ENTERPRISE
           CCP                                                                                            ACQN
     Sheryl Tierney (A)                                                                               Kathy Thomas
                                                                                                      210-424-8441
       210-424-8079
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                       IMCOM SUB-COMMANDS


                        Family and Morale, Welfare
                        and Recreation Command
                                (FMWRC)


                      Army Environmental Command
                                 (AEC)


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      FAMILY AND MORALE, WELFARE AND RECREATION COMMAND
                           (FMWRC)
           Function: Supports the well-being of the community of people who serve
           and stand ready to defend the nation. Provides a comprehensive network
           of support and leisure services designed to enhance the lives of soldiers
           (active, Reserve, and Guard), their families, civilian employees, military
           retirees and other eligible participants.

               Key Divisions
               –   Child, Youth & School Service
               –   Family Programs
               –   FMWRC Soldier & Community Recreation
               –   FMWRC Business Operations




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                         US ARMY ENVIRONMENTAL COMMAND (AEC)
      Function: Lead and execute environmental programs and provide expertise that
      enables Army training, operations, acquisition and sustainable military
      communities.

      Key Initiatives:
      Managing interdependence of mission, community, environment
               – Sustainability
               – Readiness: training/testing range integrity, safety, health, environmental restoration,
                 Army transformation, etc.
               – Environmental quality of life
               – Encroachment mitigation, noise, frequency allocation
               – Cultural resources preservation
               – Pest Management
               – Environmental program inreach/outreach
               – Endangered species critical habitat preservation
               – Munitions acquisition and technology
               – Hazardous waste management
               – Environmental laws/regulations compliance

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                             SUMMARY – WRAP UP

HAVE ACHIEVED SUCCESSES IN …



    Focus, flexibility and
    responsiveness to an
     expeditionary Army


 Speaking with one voice


         Enterprise-level
            initiatives

         Standards &
      Predictability for
     Facilities & Services
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                          END OF BRIEF


    INSTALLATION MANAGEMENT COMMAND




           “Sustain, Support and Defend”
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                        BACKUP SLIDES




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               The Installation Management Community

                             ASA- I&E



                          ACSIM - Policy



                        IMCOM - Execution



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                           G1 HUMAN RESOURCES
     Function: Provide quality human resource support through policy guidance
     and program management for military and civilian personnel services,
     workforce development, Army continuing education, Army substance abuse,
     and administrative services in support of the IMCOM: “The Army’s Home.”
      Key Initiatives:
        – ASAP Re-Engineering & Addition/Welcome of MEDCOM Clinical ASAP Staff
        – Risk reduction/Suicide prevention in support of Army Force
           Generation (ARFORGEN)
        – Survivor outreach services
        – Solider Readiness Process Review
        – NSPS to GS Personnel Conversion
        – Federal Employment Compensation Act (FECA) cost reductions
        – Privacy Program – You Must Protect It!
        – ACES programs (college programs/tuition assistance)
        – Talent Management/Work Force Development
        – Civilian Comprehensive Physical Fitness Program

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                                           G3/5/7

                      G3 Operations/Emergency Management
     Function: Manages the provision of assigned services to house and train the
     force.

       Key Initiatives:
         – Emergency Services Division: Law Enforcement, Physical Security, Fire
           Protection and Prevention, and Antiterrorism
         – Operations Division: Mobilization & Demobilization, Training and Mission
           Support, Airfields, Security and Intelligence


                     G5 Plans Division
      Function: Equitable Resources, Stationing Actions, Shaping Army future,
     Monitoring results.



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                 G4 LOGISTICS/PUBLIC WORKS/ENTERPRISE
                               AQUISITION

     Function: Provides and oversees all of the maintenance, supply,
     transportation, services and logistical planning for 77 garrisons and tenant
     units. Provides facility sustainment, restoration, modernization, master
     planning, housing, municipal services, energy awareness, alternative fuels.
     Provides acquisition support and assistance to IMCOM.

     Key Initiatives:
        – Realignment of DOL functions between AMC-IMCOM
        – Transfer of USAREUR Dining Facilities to IMCOM Europe
        – POV storage for deployed single soldiers
        – Non-Tactical Vehicle (NTV) management
        – Facilities, Energy Management, Housing




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                       G6 INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
     Function: Deliver Information Technology (IT) strategy and integrated
     Information Management (IM) capabilities for installations that support the
     full spectrum of requirements for an Expeditionary Army in an era of
     persistent conflict.

     Key Initiatives:
         – Director of IM (DOIM) Command & Control (C2) Transfer to Network
             Enterprise Technology Command (NETCOM)
         – IT oversight for IMCOM Base Realignment & Closure (BRAC)
             /Transformation efforts
         – IMCOM Public Web Standardization, Joint Basing IT Coordination
         – Planning and funding for Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization
             (SRM) IT tails
         – Full implementation of WebTrac, IMCOM Migration to Windows Vista
         – FMWRC Information System (FIS) Network




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                           G8 RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
     Function: Responsible for resourcing the command. This includes the
     planning, programming, budgeting and execution of a $13B+ multi
     appropriation annual funded program.

       Key Initiatives:
         – Program, budget formulation and justification and execute financial resources
         – Provide manpower and force analysis support for a workforce of approx.
           116,000 workers in 256 distinct locations
         – Manage professional development activities for 1,531 personnel in Career
           Program (CP),11 (Comptroller) and 776 personnel in CP 26 (Manpower)
         – Support systems deployments for General Fund Enterprise Business System
           (GFEBS), Defense Integrated Military Human Resources System (DIMHRS),
           Wide Area WorkFlow (WAWF) and others.
         – Ensure compliance with all governing fiscal laws, regulations and policies
         – Enterprise Acquisition



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                                    SPECIAL STAFF



     MANAGEMENT SUPPORT OFFICE (MSO)

     Function: Provides Personnel, Logistical, Financial and Administrative support to
     IMCOM Headquarters




       INSPECTOR GENERAL (IG)

      Function: Serves as the eyes, ears, and conscience of the IMCOM
      Commander through, objective, impartial inspections, assessments, assistance
      and investigations.




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                                       SPECIAL STAFF

     RELIGIOUS SUPPORT

     Function: Synchronizes religious support across all Garrisons within IMCOM to
     include Religious Support personnel, program, and resources management. Advise
     the Command on issues of religion and religious support as well as moral, ethical,
     and morale concerns. Insure free exercise of religion and to optimize quality
     religious support to Military members, Families, and authorized Civilians.


     INTERNAL REVIEW (IR)

     Function: Provide a professional internal review capability that delivers timely,
     valuable and reliable information and advice to HQ IMCOM/FMWRC/AEC
     leadership that evaluates risk; monitors internal controls; improves efficiencies; and
     supports the command as external audit teams perform audits within IMCOM.




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                                       SPECIAL STAFF

     EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE (EEO)

     Function: Advise Commander, IMCOM on all civilian related employment issues.
     Directs and oversees the IMCOM Equal Employment Opportunity Program.
     Provides technical guidance and direction for EEO program administration.
     STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS & PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICE (PAO)

     Function: Integrates all actions and information across all functions and stakeholders,
     promoting awareness and understanding. This leads to commitment and action into the
     larger context of Department of the Army interests, policies and objectives.

     Fulfills the Army's obligation to keep the American people and the Army informed.
     Helps establish the conditions that lead to confidence in America's Army and its
     readiness to conduct operations in peacetime, conflict and war.

     Serves as the commander’s primary advisor with regard to communicating the
     command’s messages to its internal and external publics

     Prepares, produces and distributes printed and electronic information to IMCOM
     employees and the public.
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                                       SPECIAL STAFF
     STAFF JUDGE ADVOCATE (SJA)
     Function: Provides the full spectrum of legal services to the Commanding General
     (CG), Deputy Commanding General (DCG), Chief of Staff (CofS) and all staff
     directorates. Provide accurate, timely and practical legal advice at the in the areas
     of Ethics, BRAC, Contract Law, Fiscal Law, Labor Law, Soldier adverse
     administrative actions, Military Personnel Law, and other legal issues.

     SAFETY
      Function: Protect employees from job-related injuries and illnesses; provide safe
      and healthful workplaces, equipment, operations, and on and off-duty loss control
      programs for Army personnel and those affected by Army operations.


      SICE
      Function: Integrate initiatives of the Services and Infrastructure Core Enterprise




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                                               IMCOM Organization


                                                      CG, IMCOM

                                                            DCG *

                                                    Executive Director**

     ** Executive Director also serves as           Region/District Directors           * DCG also serves as
           the Director of Services                  -West-AMC                    the Director of Ops and Facilities
                                                    - Northeast-TRADOC
                                                    - Southeast-FORSCOM
                Director of                         - Europe-US Army EUROPE                Director of
                 Services                           -Pacific-8th US Army                 OPN & Facilities


                                                    CG/Region Dir-Korea




                                            FMWRC                           AEC

    G1         G6        SSO         G8                                            G3/5/7                   G4


                                                                                    OPS                  LOG
                                                                                    PLANS                PW
                                                                                    ES
                                                                                    SMO



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                 FMWRC CHILD, YOUTH AND SCHOOL SERVICES
     Function: Provide programs that are a key component of the Army Family
     Covenant - Child, Youth & School Services. These programs are targeted
     towards reducing the conflict between a Soldier’s military readiness and
     parental responsibilities.

       Key Initiatives:
         – Manage Child Care Programs, School Age Programs, and Youth Programs
         – Provide School Liaison and Transition Support to military-connected children




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                                FAMILY PROGRAMS

     Function: Support the ARFORGEN Model and unit commanders by providing
     comprehensive, coordinated, and responsive services to support the
     readiness of Soldiers, civilian employees, and their Families.

       Key Initiatives:
         – Programs and services provided by Army Community Service (ACS)
         include:
              •Family Advocacy; Victim Advocacy; New Parent Support; Transitional
              Composition; Sexual Assault Prevention; Army Family Team Building; Army
              Volunteer Corps; Junior Enlisted Outreach; Army Family Action Plan,
              Mobilization and Deployment Support – (Army OneSource; Operation
              READY; Family Readiness Groups); Relocation Readiness; Family
              Member Employment; Financial Readiness; Exceptional Family Member;
              Survivor Outreach Services; and Soldier and Family Assistance Centers.
              And partnerships with: Corporate America, Better Business Bureau and
              Veterans of Foreign Wars.


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                        FMWRC SOLDIER & COMMUNITY RECREATION
     Function: Support the ARFORGEN Model by providing the resources and
     services that enhance region and garrison capabilities to support the
     expeditionary Army. Program priorities - Direct Mission Support, leveraging
     of information and technology and direct support to our military personnel
     deployed around the globe.
     Key Initiatives:
               – Warrior Adventure Quest: Combines outdoor recreation high-adventure, high-
                adrenaline activities with a Battlemind Leader Tool.
               – Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers: Primary focus is to engage the NCO
                 leadership across the Army to support the identified needs of our single Soldier
               – Recreation Delivery System: Promotes partnering, efficient use of resources,
                 program integration and teamwork to address local demand and customer-driven
               – Partnerships: CYS Services Space Partnership Initiative provides an alternative
                 delivery option of extracurricular enrichment opportunities in FMWR program
                 settings
               – Enterprise Purchasing: Cost avoidance and standardized performance across the Army
               – Warrior Zone Concept: Home away from home – targets the specific desires of the garrisons
                 Soldier population



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                                FMWRC BUSINESS OPERATIONS

     Function: Develop revenue producing and cost saving initiatives, policies,
     and future plans to support Business Operations

       Key Initiatives:

               – Develop and provide policies, initiatives and program management
                 for the golf, bowling, bingo and recycling programs Army-wide. This includes
                 future plans to support respective MWR Business Operations activities

               – Plan, develop, and implement initiatives and policies that support
                 revenue producing and cost-saving initiatives to support MWR food and
                 beverage business activities. Develop the vision and strategic planning for
                 Name Brand Fast Food, Name Brand Casual Dining and MWR In-house
                 developed Branded Restaurant Operations

               – Provide substantial cost savings in food, beverage, and supply purchases
                 for All Services by consolidating the buying power of MWR (and other
                 supported activities)

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