DASA - IH&P

DASA - IH&P The office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations, Housing and Partnerships (DASA - IH&P) The office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations, Housing and Partnerships (DASA - IH&P) provides worldwide policy, programming and oversight of the Secretary of the Army's Title 10 US Code responsibilities in the areas of real estate, military construction, engineering, housing and base realignments and closures; provides oversight reviews, approvals, congressional testimony and notifications as required by statutes in the responsible areas.

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Garrison leaders tour Schofield power plant : Hawaii Army Weekly
01/25/2018
Garrison leaders tour Schofield power plant : Hawaii Army Weekly

Garrison leaders tour Schofield power plant : Hawaii Army Weekly

Acting Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations, Energy and the Environment Jordan Gillis listens to Hawaiian Electric Co. Manager of Generation Project Development Jack Shriver, Jan. 19, during a tour of the Schofield Barracks Generating Station. (U.S. Army photo by Karen A. Iwamoto, Oahu....

City aims for success with Army ammo plant landRIVERBANK, California -- The U.S. Army turned over 28 undeveloped, enviro...
10/23/2017
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City aims for success with Army ammo plant land

RIVERBANK, California -- The U.S. Army turned over 28 undeveloped, environmentally-safe acres of Riverbank Army Ammunition Plant property to the city at an Oct. 17 ceremony.

The RAAP closed in 2010 under the 2005 Base Realignment and Closure Act.

Paul Cramer, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations, presided over the event and joined Congressman Jeff Denham in speaking at the ceremony.

"Today is a great opportunity to celebrate a new start for the city of Riverbank and for the former Army depot here in Riverbank," Cramer said. "Since its closing in 2010 the Army has enjoyed a great partnership with the city of Riverbank in preparing for future productive use of the property."

Read more:
https://www.army.mil/article/195699/

Department of Army Leader Gets Firsthand Look at Exchange's Logistics Capabilities
10/18/2017
Department of Army Leader Gets Firsthand Look at Exchange's Logistics Capabilities

Department of Army Leader Gets Firsthand Look at Exchange's Logistics Capabilities

Visit to West Coast Distribution Center highlights preparation for Veterans online shopping benefit SHARPE ARMY DEPOT, Calif. - The Army & Air Force Exchange Service hosted Paul Cramer, deputy assistant secretary of the Army (Installations, Housing &...

Assistant Secretary of the United States Army - IE&E
10/17/2017

Assistant Secretary of the United States Army - IE&E

Mr. Jordan Gillis …
Welcome to ASA (IE&E)

On October 16, 2017, Mr. Jordan Gillis was appointed as Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy and Environment), and is serving as the Acting Assistant Secretary (IE&E).

Mr. Gillis spent several years in the Army living and working at installations such as Fort Sill and Fort Stewart. More recently, he has served as an advisor in the energy industry working primarily with electric utilities across the country.

09/11/2017
Housing the Force training event returns to Fort Riley

Housing the Force training event returns to Fort Riley

More than 300 housing officials from Department of Defense and privatized housing at military installations worldwide gathered for the annual Housing the Force training event at Fort Riley Aug. 28 to 31.

DASA - SI
08/30/2017
DASA - SI

DASA - SI

I thank the Global City Teams Challenge Expo for the opportunity to tell the Army's story.

Army InstallationsSTAND TO!PENTAGON - Army installations serve as the foundation for readiness. Installations provide cr...
08/18/2017
STAND-TO!

Army Installations
STAND TO!

PENTAGON - Army installations serve as the foundation for readiness. Installations provide critical infrastructure and services that generate combat power and keep the Army ready. The Army's Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management ensures readiness by establishing policies, synchronizing programs, and providing resources for installation infrastructure and services to keep the Total Army ready. Read more ....click below

STAND-TO! provides the official focus of the US Army.

Assistant Secretary of the United States Army - IE&E
08/04/2017
Assistant Secretary of the United States Army - IE&E

Assistant Secretary of the United States Army - IE&E

Through events like this, we all have the opportunity to imagine, describe, and discuss possibilities of the future. We can shape how the Army sees its installations in the future.

Assistant Secretary of the United States Army - IE&E
07/14/2017
Assistant Secretary of the United States Army - IE&E

Assistant Secretary of the United States Army - IE&E

An excellent short documentary about the Davis Barracks at
West Point - The U.S. Military Academy. New York District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, thank you for the opportunity.

Army installations commemorate 100 years of operation
06/12/2017
Army installations commemorate 100 years of operation

Army installations commemorate 100 years of operation

Many installations across the Army this year are marking the centennial of the construction of their posts, which occurred in the weeks and months following the U.S. declaration of war on Germany, April 6, 1917.

Army installation chief asks for new BRAC round
06/09/2017
Army installation chief asks for new BRAC round

Army installation chief asks for new BRAC round

There's a lot of excess infrastructure in the Army, about 161 million square feet of it. And paying to maintain that is costing the Army a lot of money -- money it could use to reduce maintenance backlogs on about 33,000 facilities across the force t...

Army's top communities cited for boosting force readiness
05/26/2017
Army's top communities cited for boosting force readiness

Army's top communities cited for boosting force readiness

The winning garrison commander of the Army Communities of Excellence awards program equated his role to one of a town mayor: overseeing an interconnected community of people, places and services.

04/11/2017
Assistant Secretary of the United States Army - IE&E

Assistant Secretary of the United States Army - IE&E

During a forum sponsored by the Association of United States Army (AUSA) National Institute of Land Warfare. Mr. Randy Robinson, acting assistant Army secretary for installations, energy and environment and Lt. Gen. Gwen Bingham, the Army’s assistant Army chief of staff for installation management, talk about 22 percent of the Army’s installation infrastructure being in poor or failing conditions, which poses a critical risk to readiness and morale, senior officials.

We thank AUSA for providing these and other forums that help spread the Army's story.

Progress Being Made Toward Closing Out BRAC - 2015
02/23/2017
Progress Being Made Toward Closing Out BRAC - 2015

Progress Being Made Toward Closing Out BRAC - 2015

PENTAGON -- The Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations, Housing and Partnerships (ODASA -- IH&P), has made great strides in the effort to close out the remaining 2005 Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) actions over th...

The Army, Fort Belvoir and Lendlease celebrated the grand opening of the new Staybridge Suites® on Fort Belvoir, the fir...
12/07/2016
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The Army, Fort Belvoir and Lendlease celebrated the grand opening of the new Staybridge Suites® on Fort Belvoir, the first of its kind on a military installation, with a ribbon cutting event.

An excellent example of how Base Realignment and Closures help the U.S. Army, but benefit communities as well.
11/17/2016
Walter Reed site gets new lease on life with transfer to children's hospital

An excellent example of how Base Realignment and Closures help the U.S. Army, but benefit communities as well.

Rather than dole out millions of dollars to demolish a vacant research lab, located on the site of the Army's old flagship medical center, Army officials have been able to save it for a new landlord -- a children's hospital.

Housing the Force: Army housing professionals attend training event at Fort Riley
09/09/2016
Housing the Force: Army housing professionals attend training event at Fort Riley

Housing the Force: Army housing professionals attend training event at Fort Riley

From Asia to Europe and across the United States, representatives from the Department of Defense and privatized housing on military installations traveled to Fort Riley for the Housing the Forces Training Event Aug. 29 to Sept. 1 at Riley's Conferenc...

Excess facilities must close, Army tells veterans
06/24/2016
Excess facilities must close, Army tells veterans

Excess facilities must close, Army tells veterans

The Army is spending at least $500 million annually to maintain excess infrastructure, a facilities expert told veterans and other groups visiting the Pentagon.

Congratulations to our Army Communities of Excellence!-- Gold:  U.S. Army Garrison, Fort Campbell, Kentucky   -- Silver:...
05/26/2016
Milley: Soldier readiness starts at home, on top-quality Army installations

Congratulations to our Army Communities of Excellence!


-- Gold: U.S. Army Garrison, Fort Campbell, Kentucky
-- Silver: U.S. Army Garrison, Fort Rucker, Alabama
-- Bronze: U.S. Army Garrison, Fort Wainwright
-- Bronze: U.S. Army Garrison, Fort A.P. Hill

--- Army National Guard
-- Overall Winner: Wisconsin National Guard
-- 1st Place: Camp Rapid, South Dakota, South Dakota National Guard
-- 2nd Place: North Carolina National Guard
-- 3rd Place: Louisiana National Guard

--- U.S. Army Reserve
-- Overall Winner: 81st Regional Support Command, Fort Jackson, South Carolina
-- Runner-up: 1st Mission Support Command, Fort Buchanan, Puerto Rico

--- Most Improved
-- U.S. Army Garrison, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington
-- U.S. Army Garrison, U.S. Army Fort Drum & 10th Mountain Division, New York
-- U.S. National Guard, Illinois

New BRAC round would save money, increase Army readinessBy	 David Vergun., Army News Service
05/24/2016
New BRAC round would save money, increase Army readiness

New BRAC round would save money, increase Army readiness
By David Vergun., Army News Service

As the budget shrinks and as the active Army draws down to 490,000, elimination of excess infrastructure is needed, say leaders from Army Installations, Housing & Partnerships.

Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy & Environment) Katherine Hammack addressed readiness through inst...
05/24/2016
Army focusing on making installations more resourceful

Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy & Environment) Katherine Hammack addressed readiness through installation resourcing, opportunity and efficiency, in Arlington, Va.

A key to building readiness during downward budgetary pressures is to continue making installations more efficient, resourceful and opportunistic, said Katherine Hammack, assistant secretary of the Army for Installations, Energy and the Environment.

05/24/2016

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