SHORE VISION 2035 – SUBMISSION OF PRELIMINARY EXCESS INFRASTRUCTURE REPORT

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SUBJ/SHORE VISION 2035 - SUBMISSION OF PRELIMINARY EXCESS 
INFRASTRUCTURE REPORT// 


POC/MS. VERA EMBICK/CNIC N4 STAFF/EMAIL:VERA.EMBICK@NAVY.MIL/COMM:202-
433-4465.//
REF/A/GENADMIN/CNO WASHINGTON DC/181603ZJUN2008/NOTAL// AMPN/REF A IS 
CNO PERSONAL FOR - SHORE VISION 2035.// 
RMKS/1. AS DELINEATED IN REF A, CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS (CNO) 
DIRECTED A "FULL COURT PRESS TO QUICKLY DRIVE OUR NAVY TO A MORE 
EFFECTIVE, EFFICIENT GLOBAL SHORE INFRASTRUCTURE." TO THIS END, IT IS 
IMPERATIVE THAT WE REDUCE OUR SHORE FOOTPRINT, WHEREVER PRACTICAL. CNO 
DIRECTED EACH WARFARE ENTERPRISE AND PROVIDER (WE/P) TO REVISIT THEIR 
GLOBAL SHORE INFRASTRUCTURE PLAN (GSIP) AND IDENTIFY CRITICAL 
INFRASTRUCTURE REQUIREMENTS (BASIC PLUS MINIMAL SURGE) AND EXCESS 
INFRASTRUCTURE (EXCESS SURGE).
2. COMMANDER, NAVY INSTALLATIONS COMMAND (CNIC), AS NAVY'S "SHORE 
INTEGRATOR," WILL COORDINATE THE ACTION DIRECTED IN PARA 5 OF REF A, 
WHICH REQUIRES EACH WE/P TO IDENTIFY THEIR PRELIMINARY EXCESS FACILITY 
INFRASTRUCTURE, AND A SUBSEQUENT REPORT TO THE DEPUTY CHIEF OF NAVAL 
OPERATIONS, FLEET READINESS AND LOGISTICS (CNO N4) WITHIN THE NEXT 60 
DAYS. INTENT OF THE REVIEW IS FOR EACH WE/P TO LOOK CLOSELY AT CURRENT 
AND NEAR TERM OPERATIONS AND BUSINESS PROCESSES THAT CAN BE CHANGED TO 
ELIMINATE EXCESS FACILITIES AND SHORE FOOTPRINT, REDUCE THE CARRYING 
COST OF TODAY'S INFRASTRUCTURE, AND QUICKLY DRIVE OUR NAVY TO A MORE 
EFFECTIVE, EFFICIENT GLOBAL SHORE INFRASTRUCTURE DELIVERED AT LOWEST 
LIFE-CYCLE COST.
3. GUIDANCE FOR REPORTING EXCESS INFRASTRUCTURE:
A. EACH WE/P WILL IDENTIFY THEIR BASELINE SHORE INFRASTRUCTURE FACILITY 
REQUIREMENTS ACROSS THEIR RESPECTIVE ENTERPRISE/DOMAIN OVER THE NEXT 5 
YEAR PERIOD AND IDENTIFY OPPORTUNITIES FOR INFRASTRUCTURE REDUCTION. 
WE/P REVIEW SHOULD TAKE INTO CONSIDERATION PROSPECTIVE CHANGES IN 
CONOPS, FORCE LAYDOWN, SURGE REQUIREMENTS, BUSINESS PROCESSES, AND 
OTHER EXISTING PLANS AND COMPARE THOSE REQUIREMENTS TO THE 
INFRASTRUCTURE THAT EACH USES TODAY. IT IS ENVISIONED THAT YOUR 
RESPECTIVE GSIP WOULD BE USED FOR THIS ASSESSMENT, WITH UPDATES AS YOU 
DEEM NECESSARY. TEMPLATE AND INSTRUCTIONS ARE PROVIDED IN A ZIP FILE 
THAT CAN BE DOWNLOADED FROM THIS LINK 
(HTTPS://WWW.CNIC.NAVY.MIL/NAVYCNI/GROUPS/PUBLIC/DOCUMENTS/DOCUMENT/INF
RASTRUCTURE
EXCESSSURGE.ZIP). 
(1) ALL FACILITIES, FUNDED OR OPERATED BY OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE 
NAVY, OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE NAVY RESERVE, NAVY WORKING CAPITAL 
FUND AND RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION ACTIVITIES, ARE TO 
BE INCLUDED IN THIS ANALYSIS. 
(2) WHILE CNIC HQ AND REGIONAL ENGINEERS CAN PROVIDE TECHNICAL ADVICE 
TO THE WE/P'S AS NEEDED, THE FINAL PRODUCT FROM THIS EVOLUTION BELONGS 
TO THE RESPECTIVE WE/P. 
(3) WE/P REPORTS IN TEMPLATE FORMAT ARE DUE TO RESPECTIVE REGIONS NO 
LATER THAN
18 AUGUST 2008.
B. REGIONAL COMMANDERS WILL CONSOLIDATE THEIR OWN ASSESSMENT WITH THAT 
OF THE WE/P AND PROVIDE A SINGLE REGION-WIDE PRELIMINARY EXCESS REPORT 
TO CNIC POC BY
22 SEPTEMBER 2008. 
C. CNIC WILL VALIDATE AND INTEGRATE THE WE/P REQUIREMENTS AND EXCESSES 
BEFORE SUBMITTING A FINAL EXCESS REPORT TO CNO N4. 
D. CNIC WILL LOOK ACROSS THE TOTALITY OF A LARGER FRAMEWORK 
(INSTALLATION, REGIONAL, OR NAVY WIDE) IN ASSESSING HOW TO MEET SHORE 
FACILITY REQUIREMENTS OF BEST VALUE TO THE NAVY, AND REDUCE OUR SHORE 
INFRASTRUCTURE/FOOTPRINT.
4. ADDITIONAL GUIDANCE WITH REFERENCE TO OTHER ELEMENTS OF REF A 
FORTHCOMING.
5. RELEASED BY VICE ADMIRAL J. C. HARVEY, JR., DIRECTOR, NAVY STAFF.// 
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