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BRAC Analysis - Notes and Research

Description: Contains general notes and research (including CD, map, and supporting documents) from Air Force Team Analyst Craig Hall regarding Otis ANGB, MA
Date: December 12, 2005
Creator: United States. Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

BRAC Commission Material - GC Litigation Complaint - Romney v. Rumsfeld (Massachusetts)

Description: The following complaints for litigation brought against the Commission (and its individual Commissioners) were formally served on the Commissioners. Please note that the Commission and the Commissioners were not named in Rendell v. Rumsfeld (Docket No. 05-4740), a related case involving the Secretary of Defense's proposed deactivation of the 111th Fighter Wing located at the Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base, Willow Grove, PA. As of March 31, 2006, the Commission and the Commissioners have been dismissed from all actions with the exception of lawsuits filed in Connecticut and Washington. The lawsuits filed in New Jersey (Corzine v. Rumsfeld) and Massachusetts (Romney v. Rumsfeld) have been dismissed. Further information about the status of the remaining cases still under litigation may be obtained by contacting
Date: March 30, 2006
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Candidate Recommendation Summary USA-0227

Description: Disregard Header and Footer Restrictions - BRAC 2005 TABS Proposal Information Management System PIMS. This proposal closes Natick and realigns PEO Soldier at Fort Belvoir. It consolidates Army RDT&E organizations at APG capitalizing technical synergy across Department of Defense, academia and industry (Transformational Option #54). This proposal creates required synergy between technology and life cycle support organizations for the Soldier Systems. This move also supports the Army transformational Option: #33 -- Consolidate within each Service within a DTAP Technical Capability Area across multiple functions. This scenario supports TECH 0032 (Chemical Biological Center of Excellence at APG), Med 0056 (USARIEM moves to APG), and E&T 0064 (CSS Center [Fort Lee]).
Date: August 23, 2005
Creator: United States. Department of Defense.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department