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Resource Integration Directorate (RID)

Who we are

Who We Are

The Resource Integration Directorate serves as the Installation Program Evaluation Group (II PEG) Program Objective Memorandum (POM) administrator in support of the Army’s Planning, Programming and Budget Execution process.

The II PEG, one of five PEGs that support Army planning, programming and budgeting, is Co-Chaired by the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy and Environment) (ASA (IE&E)) and the Commanding General (CG), Army Materiel Command (AMC). The Installation portfolio makes up approximately 15% of the Army Budget and is made up of services and programs much like those associated with a municipality - public works, security protection, logistics, environment, family programs, infrastructure (construction and sustainment), housing, and garrison/mission support. It supports all components - Regular Army, National Guard, and Army Reserve.

What We Do

The Resource Integration Directorate provides II PEG strategic oversight and guidance, executes administrative responsibilities, provides analysis, and ensures critical programs are funded to achieve optimal desired end states.

What We Do


Program Integration Requirements Modeling Financial Management

Who We Are

The Program Integration Division is the resource integrator and administrator for the Installation Program Evaluation Group (II PEG). The II PEG is one of HQDA’s PEGs that support Army planning, programming and budgeting and is Co-Chaired by The Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations, Energy and Environment (ASA IE&E) and the Commanding General, Army Materiel Command. The installation portfolio makes up approximately 11% of the Army Budget. The Army installation portfolio is made up of services and programs much like those associated with a municipality - public works, security protection, logistics, environment, family programs, infrastructure (construction and sustainment), housing, and garrison/mission support across our garrisons.

What We Do

The Program Integration Division programs and monitors resources to perform Army installation functions assigned by Title 10 USC. We administer a set of Management Decision Packages (MDEPs) that make up the installations portfolio of programs in accordance with program and budget guidance, validate the scope, quantity, priority and qualitative nature of resource requirements that define the installation programs. We monitor installation resource transactions and, as required, make administrative changes and recommend substantive changes to assigned MDEPs. MDEP proponents, subject matter experts and, as appropriate, representatives of commands and agencies participate in PEG deliberations.

The II PEG, in conjunction with Program Integrators, assists HQDA functional proponents to --

  • Build The Army Plan and Army program and help to convert the program into budget-level detail

  • Maintain program consistency, first during planning and later when preparing, analyzing and defending integrated program-budget

  • Track program and budget performance during execution

  • Track and implement policy changes during each phase of the PPBE process.

  • The II PEG supports Army installations around the globe and provides resources across 15 appropriations:

    • Army Family Housing, Construction (AFHC)

    • Army Family Housing, Operations (AFHO)

    • Arlington National Cemetery (ANC)

  • Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC)
  • Environmental Restoration, Army (ER,A)
  • Military Construction, Army (MCA)
  • Military Construction, Army Reserve (MCAR)
  • Military Construction, Army National Guard (MCNG)
  • National Guard Personnel, Army (NGPA)
  • Operations & Maintenance, Army (OMA)
  • Operations & Maintenance, Army Reserve (OMAR)
  • Operations & Maintenance, Army National Guard (OMNG)
  • Other Procurement, Army (OPA)
  • Research, Development, Testing, and Evaluation (RDT&E)
  • Reserve Personnel, Army (RPA)

Current as of 9 November 2022

Who We Are

The Modeling and Analytics Division conducts analyses and studies related to the Installations domain business challenges in order to inform critical operational, policy, and resource decisions. We are recognized as experts in the methodologies, modeling, and analyses used to inform Army Senior Leader decisions related to Army Installations infrastructure and services.

What We Do

The Modeling and Analytics Division --

  • Studies and Assessments: The division leads and manages the overarching studies process for the organization as well as the conduct of independent assessments related to program metrics, data quality, resource requirement build methodologies, and operational risk categorization used by managers to request resources. Continuous improvement in these areas lay the foundation for the Army to provide data-driven resource decisions using both qualitative and quantitative analysis.

  • Model and Tool Set Development: The division develops analytical tools and models to support senior leader decisions, including those to ensure the maintenance of, and the assurance of the accuracy and consistency of data over its entire lifecycle. Our analysts also help develop forecasting models that enable the Army to commit its limited resources with greatest assurance.

  • Analytical Support: The division provides analytical support related to Army Installations infrastructure and services problem sets. The team manages, analyzes and displays large amounts of disparate quantitative data that enables senior leaders to make decision more easily and effectively.

  • Metric Support: The division supports stakeholders with the refinement or development of metrics to evaluate program performance and effectiveness.

Current as of 9 November 2022

Who We Are

The Financial Management Division is the installation management community’s go-to organization for financial management analysis, guidance, and compliance expertise, bridging funding, requirements and business processes to outcomes to facilitate better decision-making and financial data quality and reporting.

What We Do

The Financial Management Division --

  • Develops, maintains, and executes Installation Management Data Structure

    • Manages the DFAS 37-100, Base Support Chapter

    • Conducts data quality and validation reviews

  • Conducts financial reviews, analysis, studies and reporting

    • Provides financial data and analysis to support the Installation Program Evaluation Group (II PEG) requirements and resourcing decisions

    • Develops and maintain financial/accounting crosswalks for use by financial system administrators and data users at all levels

    • Conducts cost analysis and cost driver assessments to inform Army decisions

    • Provides financial management analysis expertise to develop cost allocation methodologies and inform Army cost processes

  • Administers the Managers’ Internal Control Program (MICP) to protect against fraud, waste, and abuse

  • Coordinates audit compliance in accordance with the Government Accountability Office (GAO), Department of Defense Inspector General (DODIG) and U.S. Army Audit Agency (USAAA)

  • Administers the Continuous Process Improvement (CPI) program

    • Administers the climate survey

    • Manages the Lean Six Sigma Program

  • Support Command Accountability and Execution Review (CAER)

    • Conducts II PEG de-obligation analysis

  • Proponent for Installation Support Agreements

    • Develops and maintains AR 5-9, Installation Agreements

    • Develops and maintains the Installation Agreement Handbook

    • Conducts Support Agreements training/Installation Agreement Manager forums

  • Supports Congressional Testimonies

Current as of 9 November 2022