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Resources & Environmental Division
The mission of the MEDCOM Environmental Program is to ensure healthcare operational compliance with Federal, State, and local environmental laws, regulations, Executive Orders, and overseas Foreign Governing Standards. The ACSFAC Environmental office, located at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio, TX is responsible for developing, resourcing and managing compliance and pollution prevention initiatives that support environmental program objectives. We provide policy and guidance that prevents environmental impact of our healthcare operations and supports MEDCOM progress toward meeting DoD and Army environmental and sustainability goals. Our collaborative efforts with MTF, Region and PHC environmental SMEs ensures overall program compliance at MEDCOM facilities world-wide. Our job: ensure the military healthcare mission while saving our planet's natural resources for generations to come.
Real Property Program
The MEDCOM Real Property Program includes managing the inventory of medical and medical research assets. This includes managing changes to the real property inventory including additions, deletions, size changes, and category code conversions. The program leads all real estate actions including leases, real property category code conversions, relocatable building requests, etc. Coordination with OSD and Army is lead by the real property program to reconcile real property inventory.
The Real Property Program calculates sustainment funding for each of the medical and medical research assets. The program coordinates with the O&M directorate on calculating the ISR ratings for quality, quantity and functionality to update the RPLANS database.
The ACSFAC-HFPA education program provides a standard career development path for both military and civilian facility professionals. It aligns organizational goals, with personal goals while providing guidance to supervisors/raters in how to help their staff grow in personal and professional development. The Training Program Director collaborates with industry to develop training on the total project management team and methodology for Facility Life Cycle Management. The training program also provides training that develops and steers 70K9I students.
The OACSFAC budget office provides analyses and advice regarding budgetary development and accounting records pertaining to MEDCOM ACSFAC Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization (SRM) and mission accounts. They advise OACSFAC Program Managers and major subordinate commands of the appropriate actions to ensure funds are managed in accordance with fiscal law.
The budget office works with all programs to develop the program objective memorandum (POM) for Environmental, SRM, and MILCON Reinvestment and Recapitalization.
The budget officer serves as OACSFAC II PEG advisor to the ACSFAC/II PEG Manager for MEDCOM.