The New Army Installation Strategy Implications and Opportunities for Communities, Research, Business, and National Security

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Thursday, January 14, 20211:15 PM to 2:45 PM EST

Watch George Washington UniversityZpryme, and the Security and Sustainability Forum in a 90-minute webinar about the just-published Army Installation Strategy
The session reviewed the objectives of the Strategy to advance critical installation capabilities required to support Army operations in a persistently contested homeland and meet the expectations of an all-volunteer force. The session also discusses new opportunities for business, research, and communities. The AIS requires revisions to training, doctrine, and investments with a focus on improved data analytics and extended partnerships. The partnerships come in a variety of forms but generally support

  • Increased investment on Army installations
  • New opportunities for enhanced provision of services, modernizing infrastructure, and
  • Improving cooperation within the Military and with surrounding communities as well as the businesses and universities providing goods, services, and research. 

The panel includes the Honorable Alex Beehler, Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations, Energy & Environment, and Richard Kidd, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army (Strategic Integration) and led by Edward Saltzberg from SSF.

Meet the Panel
Honorable Alex Beehler, Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations, Energy & EnvironmentRichard Kidd, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army (Strategic Integration)General Robert Harter, Chief of Staff of the Army Materiel Command


Joyce Dueley
Emerging Technology and Innovation Specialist, Zpryme
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