About Us

Vision

The champion of services, infrastructure and resources for ready and resilient Soldiers, Civilians and Families where they live, work and play.

Mission

The Army’s installations expert and integrator of installation services that develops and implements strategies, policies, programs, and resources for an effective network of installations and capabilities.


Who We Are

The ACSIM is the principal military adviser to the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations, Energy & Environment (ASA (IE&E)) for installation management, military facilities investment requirements and strategy, housing, installation environmental management and stewardship, privatization and energy security and sustainability. The ACSIM is the principal Army Staff (ARSTAF) adviser to the Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army (CSA) on installation and Family support matters and assists the CSA in acting as the agent of the SecArmy in carrying into effect approved plans and recommendations. Under the supervision of the ASA (IE&E), for Army installation management, military facilities investment requirements and strategy, housing, installation environmental management and stewardship, privatization and energy security and sustainability issues, the ACSIM develops and executes Army strategy, policy, plans and programs; ensures the execution of policies, plans and programs consistent with law, regulation and policy by other DA officials organizations; and reviews and assesses the execution of Army policies, plans and programs. The ACSIM is also the principal military adviser to the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Manpower & Reserve Affairs (ASA (M&RA)) for morale, welfare, recreation and Family support programs and is responsible for assisting and supporting the ASA (M&RA) through the planning, development, budgeting, implementation and evaluation of installation morale, welfare and recreation and non-appropriated fund instrumentalities.

  1. Supervising and coordinating the development, implementation and evaluation of policies, plans and strategies for military facilities' investment requirements, privatization, installation, environmental, water management and energy security and sustainability programs.
  2. Supervising and coordinating the development, validation and execution of programs for the resourcing of environmental programs, privatization, water management and energy security and sustainability programs on assigned Army installations.
  3. Developing standards to evaluate installation and base operations, including compliance with environmental requirements and energy efficiency.
  4. Serving as the proponent for installation management doctrine and the professional development of installation and garrison commanders and staff.
  5. Serving as the ARSTAF proponent and execution authority for Army-wide installation related environmental programs and the execution authority for installation environmental programs assigned to the Army by DOD.
  6. Ensuring the execution of approved operational programs for the reorganization, realignment and closure of installations.
  7. Developing infrastructure and monitoring the execution of programs for installation services and management that support readiness and enhance the well-being of Soldiers and Families.
  8. Assisting and supporting the ASA (M&RA) in the planning, development, budgeting, implementation and evaluation of installation morale, welfare and recreation programs and non-appropriated fund instrumentalities.
  9. General Orders No. 2012-01