The Air Force Civil Engineer Center Planning & Integration Directorate provides a comprehensive framework to enable strategic and long-term planning to support the Air Force and its customers at the combined, joint, major command and installation levels through development of investment strategies.
Planners analyze installation complexes and develop recommendations for future development through the identification of opportunities and constraints to ensure mission sustainment. Integrators analyze the Enterprise Activity Management Plan Program development investment, define and prioritize requirements, and advocate for facilities, utilities and transportation. The directorate is divided into three divisions:
Comprehensive Planning Division (CPP)
Comprehensive Planning Division programs lay the foundation and strategy for the development and maintenance of built and natural infrastructure assets and the preservation of mission capabilities at installations around the world. The division is focused on enabling a comprehensive planning approach that guides decision-making informed by asset management principles. To effectively enable delivery of full-spectrum comprehensive planning support to the enterprise, the division consists of two branches. The Installation Planning Branch (CPPD) supports investment planning through development, deployment, and sustainment of planning programs and asset data. The Regional Planning Branch (CPPR) supports mission sustainment through development, deployment and sustainment of planning programs, which promote land uses compatible with current and future mission capabilities.
Project Development Investment Division (CPD)
This division provides the support needed for the enterprise activity management framework through the delivery of a near to mid-term infrastructure investment strategy and project programming for installation complexes across the Facilities Sustainment, Restoration and Modernization, Unspecified Minor Military Construction, Military Construction and Communication Infrastructure portfolios.
Mission sets are:
• Use the Air Force Comprehensive Asset Management Plan process to build an Integrated Priority List with validated 5-year investment plan
• Develop and publish a Construction Task Order as approved through AFIMSC corporate governance
• Support MILCON POM build employing model, business rules, and sound programming
• Build UMMC program employing model, relevant business rules and corporate approval
• Lead FSRM project authorizations through appropriate levels of approval
• Build installation engineering multi-year work plan thru governance and advocate for funding
• Provide programming tech support and updates to installation programmers
Requirement Identification and Development Division (CPR)
The Requirement Identification and Development Division provides an enterprise built infrastructure requirement identification and development capability which delivers optimized requirements leveraging Air Force strategy, asset condition data, geospatial data, asset management principles, analysis of alternatives and requirement readiness. It has two branches:
The Requirement Identification Branch which leverages existing data to empower installation requirement identification through analysis, tools and outreach. Requirements identification includes project unconstrained future requirements for built infrastructure assets in support of Program Objective Memorandum development and installation sustainment planning. These capabilities support the strategic, long-term investment strategy developed by headquarters Air Force and AFIMSC, and the tactical, near-term investment strategy developed by installations, respectively. It also provides and manages the Air Force GeoBase Program, which is foundational to activity management and many other Air Force programs.
The Requirement Development Branch works with installation and enterprise activity managers, sub-activity managers, planners, programmers and subject matter experts to help installations develop their requirements and ready them for programming and execution.
(Current as of October 2020)