Upgrading Military Housing for Servicemembers and Their Families

Upgrading Military Housing for Servicemembers and Their Families

About one-third of U.S. service members and families live in privatized military housing. A substantial portion of those families has reported living in substandard conditions, prompting the Army to spend $3 billion to improve housing over the next five years.

But what does it look like for the Department of Defense to deploy those funds across such a large and varied facilities portfolio? How do they respond to repairs and renovation needs quickly and effectively? What tools do they have to ensure military housing is comfortable and resilient?

Download this report, developed in partnership with Government Business Council, to find out how Job Order Contracting can help the DoD address these issues.

Topics include:

  • The scope and severity of the military housing problem
  • The Department of Defense‚Äôs history of engaging the private sector for its military housing needs
  • Methods available to address the facilities backlog