Report of the Army Science Board Summer Study on Installations 2025
ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF THE ARMY (ACQUISITION LOGISTICS AND TECHNOLOGY) WASHINGTON DC
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The Commanding General of the Installations Management Command IMCOM and the Assistant Chief of Staff for Installations Management ACSIM requested that the Army Science Board ASB establish an Installations 2025 Study Team. Appendix A replicates the Terms of Reference Memorandum. The study team was formed in January 2009 to strategically assess the capabilities and services that IMCOM would need to provide in 2025 to perform its missions and responsibilities as one of the four key commands in the Army Enterprise Model supporting force projection. The individuals that comprised the study team are listed in Appendix B. In conducting this strategic assessment, the Installations 2025 Study Team conducted numerous primary source interviews and made installation site visits to establish a baseline of current IMCOM capabilities and current issues being faced that impact mission delivery today Appendices C, D, and E. With this services and requirements baseline established, together with internal and external data sources, the study team established expected service performance capabilities that IMCOM must provide in 2025. Nine desired outcomes or end-states for service support were identified as required for mission fulfillment in 2025. In addition, some 200 installation service categories or service functions were identified that IMCOM needs to provide in 2025 at its installations to fully meet its mission responsibilities. Important to conducting this assessment, more than 90 future influencers were also identified that could positively or negatively impact IMCOMs ability to provide the required services where and when needed in order to support the desired outcomes for mission delivery at Army Installations between now and 2025.
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