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Acquisition, Technology and Logistics

Joint Basing

Overview & Update

February 2011

Acquisition, Technology and Logistics

Overview


What is a Joint Base?


Joint Management Oversight Structure


Memorandum of Agreement & Organization


Governance & Performance Metrics


FY09 Facts & Figures



Acquisition, Technology and Logistics

BRAC & Joint Basing


BRAC Recommendation 146


Realign 26 geographically proximate bases into 12
joint bases with one Military Department assigned as
the lead at each location


Legal requirement to stand up 12 specified joint
bases no later than September 15, 2011


A joint base is a new construct…shared infrastructure
under the leadership of a supporting Service Component


At joint bases, the supporting Service Component’s role is that of
steward of real property and service provider for installation
support services. Accordingly, joint bases are viewed as
“national assets” for joint use, rather than “owned” by a single
Service Component for their primary use.




-
DUSD(I&E) “Stationing” memo, 13 Apr 10

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Acquisition, Technology and Logistics

Aims of Joint Basing


Optimize the delivery of installation support (IS)
across the Services at the joint bases


Services execute IS functions using relatively similar
processes


Up front investment leads to
long
-
term

savings


Provide a learning environment for developing
efficient methods of installation support
throughout DoD


Export the best applicable ideas to other installations




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Acquisition, Technology and Logistics

Joint Basing Implementation

Guidance (JBIG)


Signed Jan 22, 2008 by DEPSECDEF establishing:


FOC accomplished when TOA, real property accountability, &
personnel transferred to the lead Service (Supporting Component)


2
-
phased implementation: 5 bases in FY10, 7 in FY11


49 installation support functions, with definitions, that transfer


Uses 274 Common Output Level Standards (COLS) for installation
support functions’ performance standards


Event

No Later Than

Memorandum of Agreements (MOAs) signed

Sept 30, 2008

Initial Operational Capability (IOC)

Jan 31, 2009

Full Operational Capability (FOC)

Oct 1, 2009

Memorandum of Agreements (MOAs) signed

Sept 30, 2009

Initial Operational Capability (IOC)

Jan 31, 2010

Full Operational Capability (FOC)

Oct 1, 2010

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Phase II

Phase I

Acquisition, Technology and Logistics

Joint Basing

Installation Support Functions


Airfield Ops


Child & Youth Services


Command Management


Installation Public Affairs


Legal Support


Financial Management


Management Analysis


Procurement Ops


Installation Safety


Installation Chaplain Ministries


Installation History & Museums


Laundry & Dry Cleaning


Food Services


Custodial Services


Emergency Management


Environmental Compliance


Environmental Conservation


Environmental Pollution Prevention


Environmental Restoration


Facilities Demolition


Facilities New Footprint


Facilities Restoration & Modernization


Facilities Sustainment


Family Housing Services


Fire Protection & Emergency Services


Grounds Maintenance & Landscaping


Information Technology Services Management


Lodging


Military Personnel Services


Morale, Welfare & Recreation


Non
-
Appropriated Fund Instrumentality


Pavement Clearance Services


Pest Control Services


Port Services


Readiness Engineering Services


Real Property Management & Engineering Services


Real Property Leases


Refuse Collection & Disposal


Installation Law Enforcement Ops


Installation Physical Security Protection & Services


Installation Protection Support


Small Arms Range Mgmt


Supply Storage & Dist (Munitions)


Supply Storage & Dist (Non
-
Munitions)


Base Support Vehicles & Equipment


Installation Movement


Unaccompanied Personnel Housing Services


Utilities


Warfighter

& Family Services


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Acquisition, Technology and Logistics

Joint Bases

Lead

Service Component responsible
for providing Installation

Support for the entire Joint Base or Region

Navy

Lead

Army

Lead

PHASE 1
(established 1 Oct 09)

1.
Joint Base Andrews
-
Naval Air Facility Washington
(AF Lead
)

2.
Joint Base McGuire
-
Dix
-
Lakehurst

(AF Lead
)

3.
Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek
-
Ft Story
(Navy Lead
)

4.
Joint Region Marianas
(Navy Lead)

= Naval
Base
Guam,
Andersen AFB

5.
Joint Base Myer
-
Henderson Hall
(Army
Lead)


PHASE 2 (established 1 Oct 10)

6.
Joint Base Charleston
(AF Lead
)

7.
Joint Base Elmendorf
-
Richardson
(AF Lead)

8.
Joint Base San Antonio
(AF Lead)
= Lackland AFB, Randolph AFB, Ft Sam Houston

9.
Joint Base Langley
-
Eustis
(AF Lead)

10.
Joint Base Anacostia
-
Bolling
(Navy Lead)

11.
Joint Base Pearl Harbor
-
Hickam
(Navy Lead)

12.
Joint Base Lewis
-
McChord
(Army Lead)

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Acquisition, Technology and Logistics

BRAC 2005 Joint Bases

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Acquisition, Technology and Logistics

Joint Management Oversight

Structure (JMOS)


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Established by the Deputy Secretary in the Joint Basing

Implementation Guidance issued in January 2008

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Installation Capabilities Council


DoDI

4001.01, January 10, 2008, chaired by DUSD(I&E)


Representatives from:


Military Department’s Office of the Secretary


Military Services


Under Secretary for Personnel and Readiness


Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller)/Chief Financial Officer


Assistant Secretary of Defense for Networks and Information Integration/

DoD Chief Information Officer


General Counsel of the Department of Defense


Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff


Assistant Secretary of Defense for Reserve Affairs


Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs


Director, Program Analysis and Evaluation


Defense Logistics Agency


Department of Defense Education Activity


TRICARE Management Activity


Director, Administration and Management

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Senior Joint Base Working Group

Acquisition, Technology and Logistics

Transfer of real property and total obligation authority from

supported
Service Components
to the supporting
Service Component
occur at
full operational capability

Joint Base Background & Governance

TOA and Real Property Transfer

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Supporting

(Lead Service
Component)

Reimbursement

(DoDI 4000.19)

Total Obligation
Authority

Real Property
Accountability

(JBIG)


Tenants


Non
-
DoD
organizations


DoD Agencies


DoD Activities


Army National Guard


Air National Guard


Working Capital Fund
organizations

Supported

(All other Service
Components)

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Supplemental

Guidance

Supplemental

Guidance




Memorandum Of

Agreement






Signed by

Vice Chiefs

Memorandum of Agreement (MOA)
Development & Resource Transfer

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Supplemental

Guidance

Joint Base

Implementation

Guidance

Supporting

Tenants

Supported


OSD
-
Provided MOA Template

Customized at each Joint Base


Organization


Manpower


Budget Details


Real Property Sites


Implementation Plan

Costs to meet COLS documented in the MOA



Supporting Component
budgets

to meet COLS



Supported Component
transfers

TOA to meet COLS



TOA/Personnel Transfer (“Should Be” )= “As Is” + “Shortfall to Meet COLS




Transfers of resources, personnel, real property are permanent

Acquisition, Technology and Logistics

Typical Joint Base Organizations

Air Base
Wing Cdr

Joint Base
Staff

MSG

Msn
Spt

Group(s)

Medical
Group

Garrison
Cdr

Joint Base
Staff

MSG

Directors

NETCOM

DFAS

Base Cdr

Joint Base
Staff

MSG

Dept
Heads

FISC

NAVFAC

Air Force

Army

Navy

Embedded
Military
Units

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Acquisition, Technology and Logistics

Measurement


Cost & Performance Framework (CPVF) is the
tool we use to assess performance against COLS


Computerized reporting tool


Joint bases report performance quarterly, financials
annually


OSD and Services’ staffs evaluate CPVF data for
trends, issues, problems

Acquisition, Technology and Logistics

We’re Building New Organizations

People

Processes

Performance

The “Building” is Finished, Now It’s Time to Move In!

Acquisition, Technology and Logistics

Joint Base Lessons Learned

Common Threads


Commitment & involvement of Senior Leaders is vital


Can’t be too much communication!


Constant engagement by leaders at all levels essential


Common understanding of common standards crucial


“Secure the building”…same vocabulary, different dictionary


Transfer of civilians requires a hands
-
on approach


Manage leadership positions in the new joint installation
support organization


Ensure smooth transfer of pay & civilian records


Most friction in Service “cultural issues”


Balance creating joint culture for the new installation support
organization while simultaneously preserving Service culture


Don’t underestimate need to reach out to civilian and retiree
community


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Acquisition, Technology and Logistics

Way Ahead


In next 24 months:


Streamline joint base organizations and procedures


Refine the joint installation support standards


In the next 5 years:


Look for opportunities to export joint base experience to
improve DoD installations and support processes


Always:


Provide outstanding installation


Preserve the unique heritage & culture at the joint bases


Take care of the servicemembers, employees, families,
and military communities


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