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Accession Number ADA581822
Title Key Trends That Will Shape Army Installations of Tomorrow.
Publication Date 2013
Media Count 350p
Personal Author A. G. Schaefer B. E. Lachmann K. C. Hall N. Kalra S. Hassell
Abstract Given growing external pressures on Army installations, the U.S. Army asked RAND Arroyo Center to examine how external trends might affect Army installations out to the year 2025. The Army s Office of Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management (OACSIM) will use the study results to develop a strategic concept to shape the future of installations out to the year 2025, and to foster exploration and innovation that improves Soldier and Family Readiness at Army installations. This study analyzed a range of trends that are likely to impact installations from now out to 2025, including the areas of building design, climate change, energy, information technologies, loss of biodiversity, societal trends, sustainable agriculture, sustainable communities, transportation, urbanization and sprawling communities, and water scarcity. This research was sponsored by OACSIM and was conducted in RAND Arroyo Center s Military Logistics Program. RAND Arroyo Center, part of the RAND Corporation, is a federally funded research and development center sponsored by the United States Army. This report should be of interest to Army and Department of Defense staff involved in installation planning and management, including issues of environment, infrastructure investments, community, and quality of life. It should also be of interest to other federal agencies, state and local governments, nongovernmental organizations, and businesses that interact with Army installations, and to those that have more general interests in the relevant trend categories that we examine in this report.
Keywords Agriculture
Army facilities
Building design
Climate change
Energy
Information systems
Information technologies
Loss of biodiversity
Oacsim(Office of assistant chief of staff for installation m
Societal trends
Sprawling communities
Sustainable agriculture
Sustainable communities
Transportation
Trends
Urbanization
Water
Water scarcity


 
Source Agency Non Paid ADAS
NTIS Subject Category 74E - Logistics, Military Facilities, & Supplies
Corporate Author Rand Arroyo Center, Santa Monica, CA.
Document Type Technical report
Title Note Monograph.
NTIS Issue Number 1326
Contract Number W74V8H-06-C-0001

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