Joint Cross-Service Group Report

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Education and Training Joint Cross-Service Group Summary of Selection Process Introduction The Principal Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Personnel & Readiness) chaired the Education and Training Joint Cross-Service Group (E&T JCSG). The E&T JCSG principals included senior members from each Military Department (MILDEP), the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), and the Joint Staff. The E&T JCSG was chartered to review DoD common business-oriented education and training functions, which included flight training, professional development education, specialized skill training, and range activities. E&T JCSG Responsibilities and Strategy The E&T JCSG was responsible for comprehensive analyses of assigned functions, an evaluation of…show more content…
Realign Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD by relocating the Ordnance Center and School to Fort Lee, VA. Realign Redstone Arsenal, AL, by relocating the Missile and Munitions Center to Fort Lee, VA. Consolidate the Transportation Center and School and the Ordnance Center and School with the Quartermaster Center & School, the Army Logistic Management College, and Combined Arms Support Command, to establish a Combat Service Support Center at Fort Lee, VA. Justification: This recommendation consolidates Combat Service Support (CSS) training and doctrine development at a single installation, which promotes training effectiveness and functional efficiencies. The moves advance the Maneuver Support Center (MANSCEN) model, currently in place at Fort Leonard Wood, MO, which consolidates the Military Police, Engineer, and Chemical Centers and Schools. This recommendation improves the MANSCEN concept by consolidating functionally related Branch Centers & Schools. It enhances military value, supports the Army’s force structure plan, and maintains sufficient surge capability to address future unforeseen requirements. It improves training capabilities while eliminating excess capacity at institutional training installations. This provides the same or better level of service at a reduced cost. This recommendation supports Army Transformation by collocating institutional training, MTOE units, RDT&E organizations, and other TDA units in large numbers on single installations to support force stabilization and engage training. Payback: The total estimated one-time cost to the Department of Defense to implement this recommendation is $754.0M. The net of all costs and savings to the Department of Defense during the implementation period is a savings of $352.4M. Annual recurring savings to the Department after implementation are $131.8M with a payback

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