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Historically, military installations are magnets for economic growth. In the late 1990s, the Department of Defense (DoD) realized that land around many of its military installations, once isolated in remote and rural areas, was being engulfed by urban and suburban growth. This land—essential for military training and warfighter readiness—was often open spaces populated with protected endangered species and special habitats. The DoD needed an inventive solution that would preserve open space while respecting environmental concerns and the needs of surrounding communities.
The government, with Booz Allen’s help, established the Readiness and Environmental Protection Integration (REPI) program in 2003. Through REPI, Booz Allen helped the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Energy, Installations, and Environment take a collaborative approach to protecting undeveloped land around bases. The team built partnerships with local conservation, government, nonprofit, and business interests to find solutions that benefit all, including unique cost-sharing agreements and cooperative land planning.
“Booz Allen helped the Department of Defense (DOD) forge deep connections between the military, environmentalists, and business groups to create innovative solutions that benefit all stakeholders.”
The Booz Allen team helped identify and educate new partners, build coalitions of support, connect external stakeholders with DoD counterparts, and provide subject matter experts on issues of mutual concern such as climate adaptation, endangered species, and renewable energy.
The team also produced a robust suite of multimedia tools to engage stakeholders, including an educational primer, range tours for non-DoD personnel, regular communications, and a webinar series on case studies and best practices.
Booz Allen’s deep expertise in forging strong, large-scale partnerships among disparate groups helped DoD overcome obstacles and achieve a sustainable program. To date, REPI has helped close over 800 individual land-use transactions, protecting nearly 360,000 acres of land around 80 military installations in 28 states. In each case, the program secured matching funds from external partners, making it an extremely effective and cost-efficient public-private partnership.