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From Scorin Plan: 1.1.1: Installation Military Personnel Center (MPC). Is this Center
located on an installation? Function is binary. If a military personnel center currently exists
within the perimeter of the main/host installation, then a 1 or Yes is given; otherwise 0 or No.
Leased space is given 0.
OSD Question Issued to the Field: Reference #HSA067 (DoD #1966): Military Personnel
Centers within Host Installation Perimeter
JCSG: HQs and Support
Function(s): Military Personnel Centers
Question: For the Military Personnel Centers listed in the Amplification: Is your primary
Military Personnel Center facility within the perimeter of the main/host DoD installation?
Source / Reference: Military Personnel Center Facility Manager
Amplification: Military Personnel Centers required to answer this question are identified as:
Army: HRC Alexandria/PERSCOM (VA), HRC St Louis/ARPERSCOM (MO), and HRC
Navy: NAVPERSCOM (Millington TN), NAVRESPERSCEN (New Orleans LA), EPMAC
(New Orleans LA);
Marine Corps: PERSCOM (MCB Quantico VA), MCRSC (Kansas City MO);
Air Force: AFPC (Randolph AFB), ARPC (Denver CO).
For purposes of this question, areas that are considered outside (i.e. NOT within) the perimeter of
the main/host DoD installation include: Annexes or fenced/controlled areas away from the main
perimeter containing the main/host installation headquarters; stand alone buildings; facilities
remaining from previous BRAC closures; and leased space. For purposes of this question, the
main/host installation is the military installation serving as executive agent for the personnel
facility. For purposes of this question, Military Personnel Centers are service-wide centers and
do not include local installation-level offices, flights or detachments. This question requires a
single answer with units of Yes/No and a data type of Yes/No.
Background: This question is tied to the physical Military Personnel Center facility and is to be
answered by all target Military Personnel Centers. A key component of this question involving
the status of the facility (from the amplification to DoD Question #1966) is carried throughout
the Military Personnel Center Scoring Plan and is used as the baseline question to differentiate
those Military Personnel Center locations that "are" versus "are not" within the perimeter of the
main/host installation. This includes a classification of Annexes that are physically separate
from the main installation, facilities in leased locations and facilities remaining at previously
BRAC'd locations and ensures consistency of treatment of all Military Personnel Centers
throughout the scoring plan.
Scope: Ten specific Military Personnel Center locations were targeted in the question issued to
the field. Any other respondents answering the question are not included in the analysis.
Mil Val Analysis Database Output 1966.
(For Army Data) Non-Odin 4 24 Aug 04 DOD #1966.
Method: Use the Org Code and Answer fields. Simple Yes/No answer. Yes = 1, No = 0.
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