Army Stationing and Installation Plan
Concept and Objectives
The ASIP accomplishes the following:
Is the official Department of the Army database that displays the authorized planning population for Army IMCOM regions, installations, garrisons, activities, ARNG states, ARNG territories, ARNG MTAs, and U.S. Army RSCs.
Reliably portrays approved and documented force levels that are consistent with other Army sources.
Utilizes a 7 year planning window
Documents composition and location of authorized Army forces worldwide
Captures "Other Tenants" on Fort Carson such as DOD agencies, NAF organizations, AAFES, federal, state and local government activities, private organizations, commercial activities, contractors, other military services units (Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard), and Foreign Government organizations.
Accounts for the Army's institutional and annual training, and ARNG/RC training loads on Army installations.
Accounts for transient training loads on Army installations.
Accounts for other surrounding populations (i.e. retirees) adjacent to Fort Carson in a separate report.
Identifies current personnel over-hires.
Gives visibility to potential support and planning issues affecting resources and stationing actions.
Provides data to support related systems and processes.
Maintains a dependable and proven audit trail to official Army force planning and documentation.
Provides a feedback loop to help correct force structure discrepancies.
Frequently Asked Questions
- What is the Army Stationing and Installation Plan?
- • It is an official HQDA database capturing authorized Army installation and tenant populations that require government space.
- • Provides population data to OACSIM (ASIP proponent) systems used to develop funding requirements for Army installations' facilities and base operations support services requirements.
- • Documents comprehensive population on all Army installations, permanent and transient, that occupy government facilities.
- • A powerful tool for master planners and resource managers throughout the Army.
- • Governed by AR 5-18.
- Why do we need ASIP?
- Bottom line: ASIP data is what is used to appropriate dollars and construction projects for the installation.
- • Used to validate and justify all MILCON, Army Family housing and NAF projects on Army Installations.
- • Provides an audit trail to official Army Force.
- • Planning and documentation.
- • Accurate population count is important because population data feeds the budget process and helps decide if an installation needs more facilities (such as barracks & dinning facilities).
- NOTE: Not everyone who comes through the gate is captured in the ASIP — if an organization has their own building or comes on post and does not require a building to work in, they are not counted.
- What are my responsibilities as an ASIP POC?
- Primary and secondary POC information must be submitted to the Plans, Analysis and Integration Office from each unit, directorate, and special office allocated to Fort Carson. The ASIP edit window opens once every quarter to allow Garrison population data updates. The garrison ASIP editor needs the following information quarterly from the identified POCs:
- • Over-hires/personnel not authorized on the TDA
- • Notice when over-hires are added to the TDA or are no longer working at Fort Carson.
- • Contractor Facility Support Request Form containing inclusive data for each Fort Carson contract.
- • Transient or rotational personnel coming on the installation to provide a service or to use facilities.
- It is imperative that tenant units/organizations maintain an updated posture throughout the year in regards to contractor and transient populations.