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Fort Lee Strategic Sustainability Update held at the Hopewell Library on August 14, 2012 with community partners.

Fort Lee Strategic Sustainability Update held at the Hopewell Library on August 14, 2012 with community partners.

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    • Fort Lee StrategicSustainabilityUpdateAugust 14, 2012
    • Background• The first Strategic Sustainability Goal Workshop was held in Oct 2011. Participants included the Garrison Staff and Installation Tenants. During this workshop, the following was achieved: • Identified Core Activities • Conducted a Strengths, Weakness, Opportunity and Threats Analysis • Identified systems-based resolutions concepts • Developed challenge statements and identified stakeholders• The second Strategic Sustainability Goal Workshop was held in Dec 2011. Participants included Garrison Staff, Installation Tenants, and Community Partners. During this workshop, the Goals were finalized and Team Leads identified for each Goal.• The third Workshop was held in Mar 2012. Attendees included Garrison Staff, Installation Tenants, and Community Partners. During this workshop, the Goals were revised, objectives identified and work began on action plans.
    • Goals• Workforce: By 2021, an optimally trained, multi-skilled, energized and adaptive workforce• Quality of Life: By 2035, Fort Lee engages with our partners to be the most highly recognized model for Installation sustainability in the region.• Energy, Environment and Conservation (Installation Readiness: LEED Platinum Sustainable Community by 2035.• Emergency Services: Emergency Services meets full spectrum operations and future growth needs by 2020.• Technology: A knowledgeable based and collaborative organization
    • Workforce GoalBriefing
    • Workforce• Goal: By 2021, an optimally trained, multi-skilled, energized and adaptive workforce• Goal Description: We want to create an environment where our people want to work and stay here because the are valued and challenged now and into the future.• Fort Lee Lead Organization: Human Resources Directorate, with assistance from Civilian Personnel Advisory Center• Endstate Timeframe: 2012
    • By 2021, an optimally trained, multi-skilled, energized and adaptiveworkforceSupport Objectives DescriptionCommunity Partners Enhance partnerships with local education and employment services to develop a workforce pool with skills and talents.Trained and ready workforce A well-trained workforce capable of continued growth and possessing aptitude to meet current and future requirements.A resilient and health workforce A holistic approach to develop, improve and maintain the Fort Lee workforce, providing opportunities to improve the overall health and well-being. The Fort Lee workforce is energetic, pro-active, prepared, positive, empowered and engaged.Making existing regional assets and improve Advertise the benefits of living in the region:communications about and between Ft. Lee and health care, affordable cost of living, recreation,the region education opportunities, etc. Establish additional and foster existing models of communication between Fort Lee and the surrounding region.
    • Quality of Life GoalBriefing
    • Quality of Life• Goal: By 2035, Fort Lee engages with our partners to be the most highly recognized model for Installation sustainability in the region.• Goal Description: Fort Lee has a world-class services, infrastructure, and training and actively engages with a unified Greater Fort Lee Regional Community that drives, achieves and maintains sustainable development that makes it the most requested installation for duty assignments. The community operates without barriers, with mutual support, cross-functionality and transparency to achieve sustainable transportation, recreation opportunities, equal opportunities, quality in education, poverty and crime eradication in a live, work and play environment that protects natural resources.• Fort Lee Lead Organization: Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare, and Recreation• Endstate Timeframe: 2035
    • By 2035, Fort Lee engages with our partners to be the most highly recognizedmodel for Installation sustainability in the region.Supporting Objectives DescriptionPartnerships between Fort Lee and the greater Fort Lee will partner with service providers in theFort Lee region supplement installation services greater regional community to leverage regionaland enhance Quality of Life (QOL) resources to enhance QOL and provide a complete range of high-quality services to service members, civilians, and familiesProjected services infrastructure is complete Future year development plan infrastructure is complete. Services include emergency services, chapels, fitness centers, swimming pools, centralized education centers.Fort Lee Partners with a Unified region to achieve Identify and develop a regional working groupsustainable community that addresses issues that affect everyone in the area. Improve communication with greater Fort Lee region to support economic growth. Also develop Fort Lee service to address public requests and questions concerning the installation.
    • Energy, Environmentand Conservation
    • Energy, Environment &Conservation• Energy, Environment and Conservation (Installation Readiness: LEED Platinum Sustainable Community by 2035.• Goal Description: Fort Lee, through the use of sustainable principles, will maintain our status as the premier training installation in the Dept. of Defense, providing the best working and living conditions for the greater Fort Lee community within a safe, environmentally friendly, and energy-smart installation.• Fort Lee Lead Organization: Directorate of Public Works with assistance from Directorate of Logistics• Endstate Timeframe: 2035
    • LEED Platinum SustainableCommunitySupporting Objectives DescriptionsWater security Continue our water consumption through an aggressive conservation program to become a net zero installationEnergy independence An energy independent Fort Lee capable of meeting all mission requirements through the continued use of energy efficient facilities and working toward becoming an energy net zero installation.Net zero waste Expand our waste diversion through an aggressive conservation program to become a net zero installationCentral Virginia premiere multi-modal Develop and execute a plan to create options fortransportation system reduced traffic coming to post through regional mass transit and carpoolingSustainable development Utilize sustainable design and low impact development to maximize utilization of available land, create green spaces and reduce the overall non-pervious footprint.
    • Emergency Servicesand Management
    • Emergency Services• Emergency Services: Emergency Services meets full spectrum operations and future growth needs by 2020.• Goal Description: Plan for and develop capabilities to ensure emergency services meets full spectrum operations and future growth needs and to protect critical infrastructure areas that are adaptable to future needs.• Lead Proponent: Directorate of Emergency Services with assistance from Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization, and Security• Timeframe: 2020
    • Emergency Services: Emergency Services meets full spectrum operations andfuture growth needs by 2020.Supporting Objectives DescriptionsProvide a state of the art E-911 interoperability Build a stand along facility of supporting thethat provides the highest standard of emergency system and personnel. Design and create theservices by 2017 infrastructure to support the system. Developer operational training to meet standards. Develop maintenance plan. Conduct community awareness training.All hazard standardization detection identification ACP identification detection system. Provideand warning capabilities synchronized with Fort emergency warning systems mass notificationLee and surrounding community by 2020 system through Fort Lee. Ensure monitoring for all MEVAs. Acquire monitoring for all surveillance systems.Infrastructure that is adaptive to future Identify and prioritize vulnerabilities and gaps forrequirements by 2020 critical infrastructure. Establish partnerships with local communities to secure utilities and other critical Fort Lee needs. Upgrade radio infrastructure. Repair and maintain perimeter fence.
    • Technology GoalBriefing
    • Technology• Technology: A knowledgeable based and collaborative organization• Goal Description: Plan for technology infrastructure modernization and optimization within the business environment. Plan and fund for technology lifecycle management, workforce training, and develop knowledge management tools commensurate with business environment and process improvement.• Fort Lee Lead Organization: Garrison S6• Endstate Timeframe: 2035
    • Technology: A knowledgeable based and collaborative organizationSupporting Objectives DescriptionPlan & Fund for technology lifecycle IT Funding plan successfully competes for earlymanagement, training & implementation release of funds. Process is proactive and funding needs are projected and requested prior to allocation. Need to program for IT funding.Optimal IT Infrastructure IT infrastructure is user- and supporter-friendly. Physical IT support.Optimize IT services and processes Reduce redundancies, inefficiencies; improve accessibility; unify information and processing. Eliminate manual processes. Expand information and access across installation.Certified and trained IT workforce IT staff already trained and certified upon hire and maintains mission-related training and certification. Train IT staff to support improve computing infrastructure and government business environment.Fort Lee workforce is trained and proficient in job- Understanding of IT roles and responsibilitiesrelated technology between general workforce and IT support.Paperless IT computing environment Fence-to-fence paperless community.