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Base Realignment and Closure by Dina iG. Levy

By Dina iG. Levy

Seems to be at how division of security schooling, education and improvement associations are tormented by the consolidated of DoD amenities and adjustments in governance constitution.

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Each year, DLIFLC offers courses in roughly 25 languages. DLIFLC’s experience sheds light on formal and informal decisionmaking in the context of BRAC. The institution itself—like any institution whose host base is recommended for closure—was formally prohibited from participating in the BRAC process after the Army’s recommendations were made. But the institution’s informal involvement, as well as the strong ties it had built with the City of Monterey, allowed the institution to remain in its longtime location, as its local leaders, faculty, and staff preferred.

Fort Ord was not officially closed until September 30, 1994 (although land distribution and clean up continue today). As the Fort Ord closure process unfolded, it became clear that the 1993 BRAC round would generate questions about the viability of the PoM and DLIFLC. After Fort Ord closed, the Presidio of Monterey created its own garrison, meaning that it had to support its own infrastructure. 1 One person interviewed estimated that PoM absorbed 300 people who had lost their positions because of the closure of Fort Ord.

Army Military Police School (USAMPS) in 1962, and the Army Polygraph School continued to be part of USAMPS. Both the Army Polygraph School and USAMPS moved to Fort McClellan, Alabama, in 1975. In 1985 the Secretary of the Army was designated executive agent for all polygraph training in DoD. Then in 1986, the Army Polygraph School was separated from USAMPS and the school’s name was changed to the DoD Polygraph Institute. In 1991, DoDPI was placed under the authority of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Command, Control, Communications, and Intelligence (ASD[C3I]).

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