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AFIMSC Mission and Vision

AFIMSC STRATEGIC Lines of Effort

L1G4: Revolutionize Base Lethality

GOAL DESCRIPTION: Installations are the power projection platforms that we fight from, and mission support capabilities ensure a leading edge for our Airmen and Guardians to survive and thrive across the globe. This goal develops actionable steps from a multitude of analyses to transform the installation of today into a new future blueprint that is highly effective in a resource constrained environment.

2023 OBJECTIVES

G4.A – Identify, track and advocate for I&MS shortfalls in support of theater requirements

G4.B – Integrate strategic efforts across planning and programming

DRIVING THE MISSION
AFIMSC is leveraging current data across functional areas to link strategy with programming and planning. This integration and analyses allow us to make targeted investments that ensure continued development and mission success.

2022 PROGRESS & ACCOMPLISHMENTS
In 2022, the team completed three separate chalks of analysis called Adaptive Operations for Base Lethality that identified future capability gaps and potential investment areas. The results will be used to develop future planning and programming options. In CY22 the team also identified gaps in how I&MS requirements are identified and aligned to DoD strategic LOEs, leading to the creation of Objective B which will integrate those efforts across planning and programming..  

BIGGEST ACHIEVEMENT
Our Combat Support Program Execution Monitor efforts to identify, track and advocate for I&MS requirements across the DoD strategic LOEs successfully secured funding in the FY24 POM to support No. 5, Resilient Basing.

IMPACT 
These accomplishments are setting the foundation for how we invest to provide mission support capabilities to transform installations into modernized power projection platforms that are more ready, resilient and lethal. We will continue the work to identify the gaps and field capabilities to enable warfighters to deliver and sustain persistent mission generation in contested environments and win the high-end fight.

GOALS FOR 2023
We plan to leverage current efforts of the Civil Engineer Capability Integration Panel across the I&MS enterprise. The team will accelerate the evolution of critical capabilities for I&MS by deliberately linking planning efforts to programming strategies. Finally, we will track capability investments to understand the overlap between strategic LOEs in order to maximize effects.

IN THE NEWS

(Current as of Dec. 22, 2022)

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