Memorandum: Validation of Data for Base Realignment and Closure 2005, U.S. Army Research Office, Raleigh, North Carolina (Project Code A-2003-IMT-0440.066), Audit Report: A-2004052 1 -1MT - DTD 23 Sept 2004 Page: 1 of 5
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"EPARiLTMN 1T- O E ARMY
U.S. ARMY AUDIT AGENCY
Office of the Deputy Auditor General
?N / .Acquisition and Logistics Audits
3101 Park Center Drive
Alexandria, VA 22302-1596
SAAG-IMT 23 September 2004
Director, U.S. Army Research Laboratory (AMSRD-ARL-D), 2800 Powder
Mill Road, Adelphi, Maryland 20783-1197
SUBJECT: Validation of Data for Base Realignment and Closure 2005,
U.S. Army Research Office, Raleigh, North Carolina (Project Code
A-2003-IMT-0440.066), Audit Report: A-2004-052 1- IMT
I. Introduction. The Director, The Army Basing Study Group asked us
to validate data that the Study Group and six Joint Cross- Service
Groups' will use for Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) 2005
analyses. This report summarizes the results of our validation efforts at
the U.S. Army Research Office in Raleigh, North Carolina. We will
include these results in a summary report to the director and in our
overall report on the 2005 Army basing study process.
a. BRAC 2005 Effort. The Secretary of Defense initiated BRAC
2005 on 15 November 2002. The Secretary of the Army established the
Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army (infrastructure Analysis) to lead
the Army's efforts to support BRAC 2005. The Deputy Assistant Secre-
taly directs The Army Basing Stuody Group, an ad hoc., claiirtcred organ-
ization that serves as the Ar ny's single point of contact for planning and
executing the Army's responsibilities in the development of BRAC 2005
recommendations. The Study Group will gather and analyze certified
data to assess the capacity and military value of Army installations,
evaluate base realignment and closure alternatives, and develop recom-
mendations for BRAC 2005 on behalf of The Secretary of the Army. The
BRAC 2005 process requires certification of all data from Army instal-
lations, industrial base sites and leased properties; Army corporate
1 The Sludy Group didnt collect capacity data ftor a seventh group the Intelligence Cross-Service G-oup.
Ac ordmgly, we will report data validation rcsuvlts for that grculp Io the Deputy Chief of Staff. (1-2.
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United States. Department of Defense. Memorandum: Validation of Data for Base Realignment and Closure 2005, U.S. Army Research Office, Raleigh, North Carolina (Project Code A-2003-IMT-0440.066), Audit Report: A-2004052 1 -1MT - DTD 23 Sept 2004, book, September 14, 2005; (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc21955/m1/1/: accessed December 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.