- Mission Support/Community Partnerships
- August 14, 2018
The Association of Defense Communities is bringing its Base Redevelopment Forum back to its roots. First held in Portland, Maine in 2013, this Forum has become the nation’s leading forum focused on large-scale redevelopment. Our focus is beyond BRAC; it is about advancing economic opportunity through community-driven redevelopment.
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Innovation will provide the key to adapting to looming challenges and that begins with ADC’s Installation Innovation Forum 2019.
The Great American Defense Community Program showcases selected communities at the local and national level, and promotes the innovative programs, community leaders and best practices of the 2018 class.
After an outstanding performance in 2017, the outlook for defense contractors and their suppliers in Connecticut remains strong in the coming years, according to the new annual report from the state’s Office of Military Affairs. Connecticut companies received $23 billion in defense contracts in 2017, the second highest level in 10 years. “We’re building theREAD MORE
A federal study on the health of the nation’s defense industrial base which is nearly ready for release will focus on near-term interventions needed to ensure military production could be rapidly scaled up in the event of a crisis, rather than more far-reaching changes that would address the nation’s loss of dominance in a varietyREAD MORE
Hans Uslar, a long-time employee of the plans and public works department of the city of Monterey, Calif., was selected last week by the city council to be Monterey’s next city manager. Uslar had been serving as the interim city manager since his predecessor resigned last December, reported the Monterey Herald. Uslar became assistant cityREAD MORE
On Base will be taking off tomorrow and will resume on Wednesday, August 8.READ MORE
The collaborative effort to clean up groundwater contaminated with PFAS chemicals at the former Pease AFB, N.H., will allow the site “to serve as a model for the rest of the country,” New Hampshire Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D) said last week following a tour of a new $9.3 million pump-and-treat system at the base’s formerREAD MORE