Mission: The Plans, Analysis, and Integration Office (PAIO) provides strategic and management planning, coordination, integration of enterprise-wide programs and activities, and facilitation of the continuous improvement of Garrison functions.
Board of Directors
We have a monthly meeting consisting of the Fort Carson senior leadership to discuss current and future strategic initiatives and their potential impacts on the Fort Carson community as well as the surrounding Front Range community.
The PAIO is responsible for oversight and execution of a common platform of assigned functions. These functions provide analytical information about garrison programs and provide advice to the Garrison Commander.
The Garrison Corporate Business Process which assists Garrison leadership in maximizing efficiency and effectiveness of services.
The PAIO performs analysis and advisory work related to the operations, efficiency, and readiness of the garrison from a service delivery and business perspective.
The Planning and Integration functions provide analysis and advice to the GC, staff, and operating officials. This function provides assessment of program alternatives and priorities, and executes short/long-range planning programs and business strategies.
The Management Analysis functions evaluate programs and activities to improve the overall effectiveness and efficiency of Garrison operations and provide oversight of assigned programs.
Lines of Effort
Mission: All personnel ready to execute critical individual, collective, and leadership tasks using world-class facilities, services, and support provided to fully prepare units and Soldiers for combat operations. Units and Soldiers are prepared for present and future missions in accordance with the Army's ARFORGEN cycle.
Soldier: A total force (Soldiers, Leaders, and Civilians) who live the Army Values and maintain the Warrior Ethos. Leadership that is actively engaged in developing Soldiers and Civilians continuously leveraging risk mitigation against mission accomplishment. An experienced Civilian workforce as a combat enabler supporting all operational and training missions both at home and abroad.
Family: A "Mountain Post" Team of Soldiers, Families, Civilians, and retirees who are "America's Best". An engaged, close knit Family that shares a common bond and takes care of one another through all phases of ARFORGEN that fully supports the Army Family Covenant. A support system and Family readiness that enhances all aspects of the military's capability, knowledge, experience, and opportunities to succeed in the operational environment.
Team: A team of teams: Soldiers, Families, Civilians, retirees, and private and public sector communities with a common goal to forge partnerships to sustain "America's Best", a team that uses the Community Covenant as the foundation for solid relationships. A partnership with open communications to understand one another's needs and requirements, aggressively filling the gaps to provide the best quality products and services to our Soldiers and Families.
Protect the force: Preserve and protect the force by enforcing standards and inculcating risk mitigation in all we do. Safeguard our Soldiers, Families, Civilians, and infrastructure through proactive and disciplined force protection measures, risk management, and rigorous security programs.