By Josh Roth
WASHINGTON — The Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations, Energy and Environment, or OASA (IE&E), released the Army’s vision and strategy through 2025 to help meet future challenges and succeed in future operating environments.
OASA (IE&E) Strategy 2025 is important, as it serves to guide and shape the Army’s future and current actions related to Installations, Energy and Environment, as well as provide the strategic roadmap to achieve its vision.
In the OASA (IE&E) Strategy 2025 foreword, Assistant Secretary of the Army (IE&E) Katherine Hammack, explained the importance of the strategy for the Army.
“During this time of constant change, it has never been more important to ensure our vision and strategy is well aligned with our plans and resources,” said Hammack. “Through a shared vision and strategic objectives, we will ensure the Army is ready, resilient and capable of accomplishing its mission of defending our Nation.
OASA (IE&E) Strategy 2025 covers fiscal years 2016-2025 and will be updated as required to ensure relevance and currency with the Army’s planning and resourcing efforts. The strategy pertains to all Soldiers, civilians, and families within the Army, and aligns with overarching national, Department of Defense and Army strategies — including the Army’s vision of Force 2025 and Beyond.
The mission of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (IE&E) is to establish policy, provide strategic direction and supervise all matters pertaining to infrastructure, Army installations and contingency bases, energy and environmental programs to enable global Army Operations.
To view OASA (IE&E) Strategy 2025, visit http://usarmy.vo.llnwd.net/e2/c/downloads/377960.pdf.