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OBJECTIVE DESCRIPTION: We will focus efforts to deliver innovative enterprise-wide morale, welfare and recreation programming to installations, helping build community cohesion and resiliency for Airmen, Guardians and their families.
A – Deploy Oracle Contract Lifecycle Management module to improve Non Appropriated Funds contracting business practices and efficiency NLT 30 Sep 2023
B – Transition the 24-hour Fitness Access database to the cloud in order to allow universal access for Fitness Center users NLT end of FY24
C – Right size the Air Force Inns portfolio and divest properties to sustain Air Force Lodging while meeting mission requirements NLT 31 Jul 2023
DRIVING THE MISSION
This goal drives efficiency and effectiveness in Morale, Welfare, Recreation programs focused on building ready and resilient Airmen, Guardians and community cohesion.
2022 PROGRESS & ACCOMPLISHMENTS
The Air Force Services Center team delivered an expanded Food 2.0 capability and completed Campus Dining System pilot deployment to include several locations outside the contiguous U.S. We also notified key stakeholders across the enterprise and initialized the execution plan to right size and divest our lodging operations. Finally, Child and Youth Programs certified 368 new family child care providers (approximately 75% of their goal) increasing capacity to support childcare needs of Airmen and Guardians.
Initiating the lodging right sizing and divestiture plan is one of our biggest accomplishments of 2022. It stands out because it was a major shift in our business management approach and operationalized a 4-year planning effort.
By expanding the food capability on installations, we provide Airmen and Guardians options when using their essential messing entitlement. The lodging right sizing and divestiture plan has a potential cost avoidance of $45 to $50 million which can be used to reinvest in purpose-built lodging facilities.
GOALS FOR 2023
We hope to further explore opportunities to employ a centralized approach in order to gain operational efficiencies as well as enhance and deploy market driven MWR programs to the installations.
IN THE NEWS
(Current as of Dec. 22, 2022)