Real Property Master Planning for Army Installations
This major revision, dated 16 May 2005–
o Changes the title of the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations, Logistics, and Environment to Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations and Environment (para 1-4a).
o Establishes the responsibilities and business relationships for real property master planning between the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management, Installation Management Agency; the Installation Management Agency regions; the Army National Guard; the Army Reserve; senior mission commanders; garrison commanders; directors of public works, and other tenant units; and tenant organizations and supported activities (paras 1-4c through 1-4n).
o Defines the responsibilities of the Director, Installation Management Agency (para 1-4g).
o Identifies the 10 Federal Regions (para 1-4g(12)(a)).
o Defines the real property master planning responsibilities of the Installation Management Agency regions (para 1-4h).
o Defines the responsibilities of the senior mission commander (para 1-4j).
o Defines the real property master planning responsibilities of mission commanders and commanders of other assigned units and supported activities (para 1-4m).
o Establishes the requirement to address privatization of utilities and other base operations services during the master planning process (para 2-4a(3)).
o Restores the responsibility for preparing and maintaining installation real property master planning maps, collecting, and analyzing other contributing information to the garrison director of public works real property master planning staff (para 2-4b(2)).
o Establishes and defines the installation real property master plan digest (para 3-2a(1)).
o Requires the use of automated planning tools and office automation applications (para 3-2a(2)).
o Integrates the installation status report and the focused facility strategy with the real property master planning process (para 3-2a(2)(e)).
o Introduces the concept of land use controls into the real property master planning process (para 2-2g).
o Introduces and defines the concept of sustainable design and development into the real property master planning process (para 2-6e).
o Introduces and defines the installation design guide (para 3-2c(1)).
o Modifies the contents of the short-range component (para 3-2e).
o Eliminates the requirement for the mobilization component (paras 3-3a).
o Requires a formal environmental assessment of any real property master plan (para 3-5a).
o Introduces force protection as a concern in real property master planning.
o Changes installation commander to garrison commander.
o Incorporates appendix C to establish and define sustainable design and development.
o Rescinds DA Form 2369-R, DA Form 2369-1-R, and DA Form 2369-2-R.