The Office of Local Defense Community Cooperation employs a tailored, integrated approach to support communities as they respond to emerging defense activities. Technical expertise is combined with grant assistance to develop site-specific responses that benefit both civilian and Department of Defense interests.
To learn more about each program and eligibility requirements, see below.
The Construction program enables states and communities to undertake necessary investments in public services and infrastructure to support the readiness and resiliency of installations, as well as to provide safe places for our service members and their families to live, work, and play.
Department of Defense force modernization, whether through the Base Realignment and Closure process or other actions, can have negative impacts on state and local economies. The Mission Realignment program of assistance enables state and local governments to anticipate and respond to these changes.
The Installation Resilience program of assistance is designed to provide technical and financial assistance to States and local governments to analyze and implement actions necessary to foster, protect, and enhance installation resilience. The program enables States and local governments to assist installations to optimize their mission, sustain their installation, and enhance the long-term readiness and military value of the power projection platform.
Defense Community Infrastructure Pilot Program
The Defense Community Infrastructure Pilot (DCIP) Program is designed to address deficiencies in community infrastructure, supportive of a military installation, in order to enhance military value, installation resilience, and military family quality of life.
Program Resource Documents
Listed below are links for additional resources and documents.
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