Installation Management Campaign Plan

This Installation Management Campaign Plan (IMCP) (.pdf 2.1mb) represents the combined strategy for the Installation Management Command (IMCOM), the Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management (OACSIM) and the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy and Environment) (ASA (IE&E)).

The IMCP strategic direction provides the foundation and road map for each Soldier, Family and Civilian to understand their role in supporting the warrior now and in the future. The IMCP is a living document manifested by all agencies within the Installation Management Community to align and integrate this strategy. The ASA (IE&E) is responsible for installation policy, oversight and coordination of energy security and sustainability; environmental initiatives; resource management; military construction; operations and maintenance; base realignment and closure (BRAC); privatization of Army family housing, lodging, real estate and utilities; and the Army's installation safety and occupational health programs.

IMCOM, OACSIM and ASA (IE&E) play a vital role in supporting the Army Family. The IMCOM HQ, Family, Morale, Welfare and Recreation Command (FMWRC), Army Environmental Command (AEC), the Regional Headquarters and Commands and the Installations are responsible for the daily operation of the IMCP. The OACSIM is responsible for the policy, programs and resources required by each installation community. The OACSIM collects and analyzes Installation Management information in the form of reporting systems that support Army level requirements to include the POM cycle process and Army Enterprise Board (AEB). We are in support of Senior Commanders so they can focus on their training and warfighting missions and leading Soldiers.

The Objective of Line of Effort 6, Energy and Water Efficiency and Security, is to create energy and water efficient installations by holding users accountable, modernizing facilities, installing new technologies, and leveraging partnerships that will provide Senior Commanders an increased level of energy and water security leading to sustainable and resilient infrastructure and mission assurance.