The Operations Directorate fully supports the Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management and the Department of the Army’s facilities, energy, and garrison readiness reporting goals for Army Installations, now and in the future.
The Operations Directorate oversees the development and coordination of program requirements, strategy, policies, and reporting pertaining to facilities, energy, military construction, and real property that support Army objectives and improves the quality of life for Soldiers, Civilians, and Families.
The goals and objectives of the Operations Directorate are to oversee the Army Facilities and Energy Program and implements strategy; manage Army property under Base Realignment and Closure; develop and provide input to the Joint Strategic, Long Range, and Master Planning for Army Facilities; program and execute the Army Active and Reserve Military Construction (MILCON); oversees master planning; integrates joint basing; execute Program Objective Memorandums in accordance with Senior Leader Guidance and priorities; manages and accounts for the Army’s Real Property; manage the installation status report and Defense Readiness Reporting System-Army (DRRS-A); and manage and execute the Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management Special Initiatives.
The Base Realignment & Closure Division is responsible for managing all Base Realignment & Closure and selected Non-Base Realignment & Closure Excess properties and requirements while being good stewards of taxpayers' dollars and responsive to Army Leadership.
The Construction Division is responsible for prioritizing military construction projects; developing the annual budget estimate submission to the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) ; developing the annual President’s Budget submission; and management of the congressionally approved for developing and executing the Army Military Construction (MILCON) and Non-appropriated Funded (NAF) programs.
The Facilities Policy Division exercises is responsible for policies, procedures, and resources in the areas of utilities, vertical structures, horizontal transportation systems, and facilities management to ensure the availability of efficient and affordable public works services and infrastructure in support of military missions. Provides Army direction for obtaining and maintaining quality facilities for Soldiers, family members, and the civilian workforce.
The Operations Division’s mission is to improve the management of installations – more efficient, more effective; establish requirements and standards – facilities and services; and identify and defend resource requirements for the sustainment, restoration and modernization, and base operations support.
The Plans Division provides 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.