Base Realignment and Closure #133 (BRAC)
Our Mission ...
Under the 2005 Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) Act, the WHS BRAC Program Office was formed to execute the Commission's Recommendation #133. This recommendation mandates the relocation of DoD components from leased space to Fort Belvoir, VA, by September 2011. The WHS/BRAC Program Office will serve as the coordinating agent for all BRAC #133 clients. The Office will be responsible for business plan development and review, budget administration, space requirement development, construction management oversight, and general movement coordination.
The WHS BRAC Program Office delivered a state-of-the-art facility to its client organizations on September 15, 2011, the final tenant moves are scheduled for September 2012. In undertaking the BRAC 2005 effort, the WHS BRAC Program Office will fulfill a variety of goals established by the Secretary of Defense, including but not limited to: transform the current and future force and its support system to meet new threats, eliminate excess physical capacity, enhance force protection, increase efficiency and interoperability, reduce costs, and improve Joint capabilities. These new facilities will provide cutting edge technology so that DoD personnel can perform some of the nation's most critical missions to the best of their ability - in the safest and most secured environment.
Comments and questions may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information and updates on BRAC Recommendation #133, please visit the Customer Resources Website at https://customerresources.whs.mil/Brac/. You will need to use your CAC to access this site. If you encounter difficulty when viewing the page, please contact your office's IT manager.
BRAC Recommendation 133 - The recommendation that governs the moves of WHS and other Defense Agencies and Field Activities to Fort Belvoir.
Official BRAC Commission Website - Read the criteria for BRAC and the official Commission Report.
DoD BRAC - Get the latest news on BRAC movements within the Department of Defense.
Army BRAC - Department of the Army BRAC website.
DoD Base Redevelopment & Realignment Manual - Procedures on how to reuse and redevelop bases.
Office of Economic Adjustment - OEA
is the Department of Defense's primary source for assisting communities that are adversely impacted by Defense program changes, including base closures or realignments, base expansions, and contract or program cancellations.
Fort Belvoir, VA - The Army base that will absorb approximately 22,000 DoD employees as part of the 2005 BRAC.
City of Alexandria BRAC website: http://alexandriava.gov/brac