FORT GEORGE G. MEADE, Md. (May 17, 2012) -- In a world of military acronyms, few people may know what the acronym IPL is. But the Fort Meade Installation Priority List, which was approved Friday, will impact everyone who lives, works and serves here.

Tenant commanders met with Garrison Commander Col. Edward C. Rothstein during the installation's biannual Installation Planning Board on Friday to approve the IPL, which provides the garrison with a clear view of where it needs to focus its resources.

The IPL is synchronized with the Installation Management Command Objective Memorandum, which provides an analysis of installation missions, goals and objectives.

This gives IMCOM a framework of urgent matters that need action during the budget year, said Corey Johnson, senior plans specialist at the Plans, Analysis and Integration Office.

The IPL is updated annually and placed in a memorandum, which is signed by Maj. Gen. Michael S. Linnington, commander of Joint Forces Headquarters National Capital Region/Military District of Washington, and Brig. Gen. (P) John Uberti, the deputy commanding general for Support, Installation Management Command.

The signatures demonstrate their commitment toward achieving Fort Meade's desired goals through innovation, partnership and balance, Johnson said.

Installation priority list
- Resources
- Team Meade community
- Growth support
- Unaccompanied personnel housing
- Traffic requirements
- High-profile events

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