Provide planners and subject matter experts that integrate, and synchronize strategic stationing, Joint Basing and Master Planning initiatives to accomplish major goals and objectives in the Army Campaign Plan and Senior Leader decision making forums.
Army Plans and Integration Branch.
Synchronizes efforts in support of the Army Campaign Plan (ACP); provides insight, situational awareness and risk assessments while principally responsible for conducting and coordinating the senior Army leader forum – the Stationing Senior Review Group (SSRG); provides OACSIM liaison to the Quadrennial Defense Review (QDR); and reaches out to the Army Secretariat, the Services and Infrastructure Core Enterprise (SICE) Board, Installation Management Command (IMCOM) and other Installation management community members to help synergize efforts.
Special Tasks: Workshops / Conferences; HQDA / ARSTAF Coordination; Senior Leader Preps; POM / MILCON budget priorities formulation; Congressional inquiries; Force Management Review; Quadrennial Defense Review (QDR); Integrated Concept Development Team (CDT)
Master Planning Branch.
Develops and implements Master Planning policy, programs and instructions for Army installations ensuring the master plans are synchronized with and in support of the Army Campaign Plan. This branch sets the policy for completion and approval of Real Property Master Plans (RPMP) and ensures HQDA systems and procedures support implementation. Master Planning Branch is also responsible for tracking the status of RPMPs across the installations and providing policy and resources for RPMP training. Develops and coordinates the Army Facility Strategy 2020 and Facility Investment Strategy (FIS) that guides how Military Construction (MILCON), Sustainment, Restoration and Modernization (SRM) and Demolition funds work together to ensure we are optimizing the use of available facilities and using MILCON only when necessary to fill a critical facility shortfall. The Master Planning Branch has input to the following HQDA and OSD initiatives.
In conjunction with the Army G3/5/7 provides installation force structure analysis, planning, integration, and requirements determination in support of the Army Campaign Plan (ACP), and all other Army emerging requirements. The branch also manages stationing and re-stationing of Army units, by participating in the Army force design process; providing COA analysis; and reviewing AR 5-10 stationing packages and concept plans. Ensuring facility and funding strategies are validated, environmental and community impacts are identified, and consolidating OACSIM and IMCOM review for Senior Leadership Department of the Army (SLDA) approval.
Special Projects: Enterprise Management Decision Support; Joint Base Planners’ Forum; Civilian Workforce Development Council;; MILCON/SRM IPT Assistance; Share Point Migration
Installation Planning Branch.
Integrate, coordinate, and plan Joint Basing actions for HQDA in support of OSD’s Joint Management Oversight System (JMOS). Represent HQDA in OSD working groups and forums that develop and refine policy and guidance. Staff and integrate HQDA installation initiatives within the Army installation management community and participate in HQDA working groups and forums that develop and refine policy and guidance.
Special Tasks: Plan, coordinate and execute the General Officer-Senior Commander Course. Maintain and update OACSIM web-pages for Joint Basing and the Strategic Plans Division (ODP)./p>