DoD Announces DCIP Award Recipients
DoD Announces DCIP Award Recipients

The Department of Defense announced on Monday sixteen grants totaling approximately $50 million under the Defense Community Infrastructure Pilot (DCIP) Program by the Office of Economic Adjustment (OEA). The following communities received DCIP grants: 1.)  $959,831 to...

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In Our Communities
In Our Communities

Army Futures Command has chosen Austin Community College as the home base for its new Software Factory training initiative... A union representing teachers and other staff members of schools worldwide operated by the Department of Defense Education Activity is calling...

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Hurricane Sally Causes Damage at NAS Pensacola
Hurricane Sally Causes Damage at NAS Pensacola

Military and civilian crews are responding and assessing damage at Naval Air Station Pensacola. Category 2 Hurricane Sally landed in Gulf Shores, Alabama on Wednesday morning. “We’re very fortunate,” said Jason Bortz, public affairs officer for the base, to Military...

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In Our Communities
In Our Communities

Support the Enlisted Project (STEP), in partnership with KMG Psychiatry Group, is providing urgent food and household items to active duty and Veteran families in crisis on Saturday, September 19 from their offices in Scripps Ranch... A recent economic impact analysis...

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ADC wants to know how this situation is impacting your community, base and military families. Share your stories, questions and concerns to lwalcutt@defensecommunities.org.

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In Our Communities

The City of Alameda is currently accepting applications for a Community Development Director. FEMA has posted the Fiscal Year 2020 (FY20) Hazard Mitigation Assistance (HMA) Notification of Funding Opportunities (NOFOs) for the Flood Mitigation Assistance (FMA) grant...

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DOD to Host Webinar on DCIP Funding Process

DOD’s Office of Economic Adjustment is hosting a webinar next week to discuss the Defense Community Infrastructure Program (DCIP) and the application process for those projects that have been invited to apply for the first round of funding. Based on initial proposals,...

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In Our Communities

A University of Arkansas civil engineering researcher has received a $755,000 DOD grant to develop a new device to more accurately and efficiently monitor PFAS in water at military installations, Water Quality Products reported. “This builds on existing methods by...

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Coming this fall: ADC’s Summit Series

In a fast‐changing world, our mission remains the same – supporting the military and our military families. We can’t gather in D.C., but we can bring D.C. to you. Introducing the Summit Series, a new way to engage with defense leaders and network with ADC’s community....

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