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Military Housing Resource Hub

700,000 members of military families across 100 military bases live in privatized military housing. And over 55% of military families have had a negative or very negative experience with these private units, according to a 2019 survey.

The Department of Defense (DOD) is investing billions of dollars to improve military housing conditions and provide a better experience for the families who live in them. In theory, that should bring an influx of new contract opportunities to government contractor groups. But those opportunities won’t be without their challenges.

Access this collection of helpful resources to dive into the history of privatized military housing, the substandard conditions a sizable portion of military families are living in and recommendations for improving those conditions now and into the future.

Upgrading Military Housing for Servicemembers and Their Families
7 Data Points on Military Housing Conditions
7 Practical Recommendations for Improving Military Housing
Upcoming Domestic MILCON Investment Priorities
Battling Inflation: Governing Contract Escalation in a Volatile Construction Market
The 5 Steps of the Federal IDIQ Procurement Process
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Gordian Develops Solution for Military Housing Construction Cost Escalation
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SABER Contract Used to Preserve Historic Memorial
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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Controls Costs of International Construction

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