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Military Installation Public-to-Public Partnerships : Lessons from Past and Current Experiences

Author: Beth E LachmanSusan A ResetarFrank A CammArroyo Center.United States. Army,All authors
Publisher: Santa Monica, Calif. : RAND Corporation, [2016] ©2016
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"U.S. military installations have a long history of partnering with municipalities and other government organizations. The purpose of this study was to clarify the appropriate use and potential value of public-to-public partnerships (PuPs) to Department of Defense (DoD) installations, identify barriers to their cost-effective application, and recommend ways to overcome these barriers. The objectives also included  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Beth E Lachman; Susan A Resetar; Frank A Camm; Arroyo Center.; United States. Army,; United States. Air Force,; United States. Navy,; United States. Department of Defense. Office of the Secretary of Defense,
ISBN: 9780833094261 0833094262
OCLC Number: 953631382
Notes: "RR-1419-A/AF/NAVY/OSD"--Cover page 4.
At head of title: RAND Arroyo Center.
"Prepared for the United States Army, United States Air Force, United States Navy, and Office of the Secretary of Defense."
Description: xxiii, 186 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 28 cm
Contents: Introduction --
Background on Partnerships --
Many Different Installation PuPs By Functional Areas --
Diverse Approaches and Objectives of Installation Partnerships --
Wide Range of Benefits from Installation Partnerships --
Installation Partnerships: Opportunities, Complexities, and Alternatives --
Barriers to Installation PuPs --
Recommendations and Conclusions.
Responsibility: Beth E. Lachman, Susan A. Resetar, Frank Camm.

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"U.S. military installations have a long history of partnering with municipalities and other government organizations. The purpose of this study was to clarify the appropriate use and potential value of public-to-public partnerships (PuPs) to Department of Defense (DoD) installations, identify barriers to their cost-effective application, and recommend ways to overcome these barriers. The objectives also included providing an overview of existing installation PuPs, including their purposes and approaches, and lessons learned from their development and implementation. The authors found that installation partnerships exist in a wide range of functional areas, including infrastructure and management partnerships (e.g., water, energy, environment, transportation, operations and maintenance, safety and security, and emergency services partnerships) and partnerships involving services and support for military personnel, their families, retirees, and DoD civilians (e.g., partnerships for recreation, children's services, adult education, libraries, social services, and medical and health issues). Installation partnerships also aid military missions, such as helping with testing, training, and research and development. The authors also found that partnerships yield many kinds of benefits to both installations and communities: economic value; enhanced missions, installation operations, and support services; access to additional expertise and resources; energy and environmental advantages; enhanced ability to address regional issues; improved military-community relations; and support for community values. Partnerships require resources and time to develop, and not all partnerships will succeed. Recommendations to address the diverse barriers in developing installation partnerships include committing and investing suitable time and resources, assigning clear lines of responsibilities within the partnership, developing a well-written agreement, facilitating partnership champions, and maintaining routine communications at multiple levels. The Office of the Secretary of Defense and the Service headquarters should continue with policy support, technical assistance, and education- and information-sharing; and should promote strategic regional collaboration"--Back cover.

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