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Military Base Realignments and Closures: Estimated Costs Have Increased While Savings Estimates have Decreased Since Fiscal Year 2009
Brian J. Lepore (au)
The Dept. of Defense's (DOD) cost estimates to implement recommendations from the most recent Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) round have steadily increased each budget year since 2005. This BRAC round is the fifth such round undertaken by DOD since 1988 and, by GAO’s assessment, it is the biggest, most complex, and costliest BRAC round ever. With this round, DOD plans to execute hundreds of BRAC actions affecting over 800 defense locations and relocate over 123,000 personnel. Before it can realize savings from BRAC, DOD must first invest billions of dollars in facility construction, renovation, and other up-front expenses. To implement BRAC 2005, DOD plans to spend nearly $35 billion -- an unprecedented amount, given that it has spent only about $25 billion to implement the four previous BRAC rounds combined. This review of DOD's FY 2010 BRAC budget indicates that DOD plans to spend more to implement BRAC 2005 recommendations compared to last year's BRAC budget. DOD's estimated one-time costs to implement this BRAC round increased by almost $2.5 billion from FY 2009 to FY 2010, bringing the total implementation cost estimate for this BRAC round to $34.9 billion. Tables and figures.
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