SAN ANTONIO (November 14, 2014) -- The U.S. Army Installation Management Command released "IMCOM 2025 and Beyond," a new campaign plan operationalizing the commanding general's vision for the organization.
This plan provides a roadmap for IMCOM's future and serves as a change management document that focuses the command's collective efforts, prioritizes resources and continues the exchange of information, Lt. Gen. David Halverson, IMCOM commander, wrote in his preface.
What we do must be nested within the U.S. Army senior leaders' priorities, Halverson said.
IMCOM is transforming to support and enable Army Force 2025 and Beyond with services to support and enhance the readiness of a smaller, regionally aligned and globally responsive force.
IMCOM 2025 and Beyond contains three lines of effort are designed to set the conditions for success as the command transforms to support the force of the future: professional installation management workforce, effective base operations support services and infrastructure sustainment and revitalization.
Though this plan begins in Fiscal Year 2015 and covers a seven-year period, the strategy looks past 2025. The plan applies to all IMCOM components: headquarters, regions, Army Environmental Command and garrisons. The document directs garrison commanders to incorporate this strategic framework into their overall installation plan.
IMCOM 2025 and Beyond Plan is available at: http://imcom.army.mil/about/campaignplan.aspx