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United States
Assistant Secretary of the Army
(Installations, Energy and Environment)

Katherine Hammock2

Incumbent:
Katherine Hammack
since: June 28, 2010[1]
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Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy and Environment) (abbreviated ASA (IE&E)) is a civilian office in the United States Department of the Army.

ASA IE

Seal of the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy and Environment)

The Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy and Environment) the primary advisor to the United States Secretary of the Army and Chief of Staff of the United States Army on all United States Army matters related to Installation policy, oversight and coordination of energy security and management. The ASA (IE&E) is also responsible for policy and oversight of sustainability and environmental initiatives; resource management including design, military construction, operations and maintenance; Base Realignment and Closure; privatization of Army family housing, lodging, real estate, and utilities; and the Army's installations safety and occupational health programs.

Assistant Secretaries of the Army (Installations, Energy and Environment)Edit

Name Assumed Office Left Office President Appointed By Secretary Served Under
Susan Livingstone[2] 1989 1993 George H. W. Bush Michael P. W. Stone

Assistant Secretaries of the Army (Installations and Environment)Edit

Name Assumed Office Left Office President Appointed By Secretary Served Under
Mario P. Fiori[3] 2001 December 15, 2003 George W. Bush Thomas E. White

Assistant Secretaries of the Army (Installations, Energy and Environment)Edit

Name Assumed Office Left Office President Appointed By Secretary Served Under
Katherine Hammack[4] June 28, 2010 Present Barack Obama John M. McHugh

ReferencesEdit

  1. http://www.asaie.army.mil/Public/IE/bios/
  2. Biography of Livingstone from U.S. Navy
  3. "Dr. Mario P. Fiori Announces His Retirement", Nov. 20, 2003
  4. Profile of Hammack from Dept. of the Army

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