An analysis of public-private ventures for the construction of military family housing
Barrera, John Thomas
Maldonado, Ronald V.
Carrick, Paul M.
Roberts, Benjamin J.
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The purpose of this study is to describe the public private venture programs that are available to the Department of Defense to reduce the present family housing shortage. This study involved the following: (1) Description of the Military Construction Process; (2) Analysis of the problems associated with the military construction process; and (3) Provide a detailed explanation of the publicprivate venture programs along with a description of how to initiate the programs at the base commander level. As a result of this analysis, this study concludes that DoD should continue to promote each publicprivate venture program to increase the supply of acceptable and affordable housing for its military families.
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