By Dina iG. Levy
Appears at how division of safeguard schooling, education and improvement associations are stricken by the consolidated of DoD amenities and alterations in governance constitution.
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Operations DINFOS’s internal operations undoubtedly changed in many respects as a result of the consolidation. Presumably, the management of human resources, maintenance, facilities, and other support functions were all somewhat diﬀerent under AFIS and at Fort Meade. However, none of the people interviewed provided speciﬁc information about operational changes. Faculty and Staff There was a reduction in total staﬀ from 425 to 353 after the consolidation. The percentage of faculty relocations was smaller from Fort Benjamin Harrison than from the other two schools.
All three DINFOS commandants since the consolidation have been Army personnel. A current AFIS representative suggested this is because Army oﬃcers tend to manage much larger staﬀs than their Defense Information School 19 peers in the other services, so they are better suited to direct an institution the size of DINFOS. Budget Preconsolidation budget information was not available, so we were unable to determine how the consolidated DINFOS budget compared to the combined budgets of the “old” DINFOS, DVIS, and DPS prior to the consolidation.
2 Key Events in the Relocation of the Department of Defense Polygraph Institute 1991 1993 1995 January 1998 January 1999 February 1999 April 1999 July 1999 August 1999 a Fort McClellan is considered for closure as part of BRAC. Fort McClellan is again considered for closure. Fort McClellan is slated for closure. a DoDPI is again scheduled to move, but the move is delayed again. The research team moves to Fort Jackson. The last class is held at Fort McClellan. The new facility is completed, and all personnel are moved to Fort Jackson.
Base Realignment and Closure by Dina iG. Levy