Who We Are
The Operations Directorate’s Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) Division under the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-9 serves as the Department of the Army’s staff proponent for BRAC activity.
What We Do
The BRAC Division oversees the development, coordination and execution of program requirements, strategy, and regulatory guidance pertaining to the Army’s BRAC program. Its primary functions are to manage cleanup and caretaker activities for the remaining BRAC 2005, prior BRAC rounds (1988, 1991, 1993 & 1995), and selected Non-BRAC Excess Installation sites; coordinate, implement and report the conveyance of the remaining excess property from those sites; execute residual BRAC 2005 tasks; and respond to Department of Defense, Congressional, state and local and general public inquiries on BRAC.
- Serves as the staff proponent for all BRAC related matters for the DCS, G-9 and Department of the Army Staff. The division oversees the caretaker staffs and operations for the remaining BRAC and selected Non-BRAC Excess Installation sites. Operations include environmental clean-up, facility security and maintenance, community liaison, and support of property conveyance actions. Serves as the primary Headquarters Department of the Army (HQDA) activity for the conveyance of excess BRAC and Non-BRAC Excess Installation property. Activities include development of conveyance strategies, coordination and funding of environmental clean-up supporting conveyance, conducting negotiations with stakeholders, documentation preparation, coordination and approval, and program status reporting. Manages BRAC financial resources for HQDA. This includes programming for all BRAC environmental, operations and maintenance and military construction requirements as well as environmental and operations and maintenance requirements for Non-BRAC Excess Installations.
(Current as of 2 July 2020)