Honorable Katherine HammackAssistant Secretary of the Army
(Installations, Energy & Environment)
Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army
The Honorable Katherine Hammack was appointed the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations and Environment (ASA IE) by President Obama 28 June 2010. Shortly after taking office, she instituted an organizational name change to acknowledge "Energy" specifically, and created the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations, Energy and Environment (ASA IE&E).
She is the primary advisor to the Secretary of the Army and Chief of Staff of the Army on all Army matters related to Installation policy, oversight, and coordination of energy security and management.
She is responsible for policy and oversight of sustainability and environmental initiatives; resource management, including design, military construction, operations, and maintenance; base realignment and closure (BRAC); privatization of Army family housing, lodging, real estate, and utilities; and the Army’s installations safety and occupational health programs.
Ms. Hammack’s accomplishments include:
Energy and Sustainability:
- The establishment of the Army’s Net Zero program, and identification of 17 installations that plan to achieve Net Zero status by 2020.
- The creation of the Energy Initiatives Task Force (EITF), which will streamline large-scale renewable energy projects to achieve 1GW of renewable energy by 2025.
- The publication of policies promoting energy efficiencies, to include specific policies for lighting and construction requirements.
- The incorporation of Energy Security and Sustainability into the Army Campaign Plan, which is the overall strategic management plan for the Army.
- The participation in numerous hearings before Congress , providing information on the Army’s Installation, Energy and Environmental Initiatives, to include a display of items used in theater to reduce energy usage and lighten Soldier loads.
Installations, Housing, and Partnerships:
- The completion of a six-year implementation of the BRAC 2005 recommendations. With an investment of $18 billion, the Army's BRAC 2005 program is more than three times larger than all four previous BRAC rounds combined.
- The publication of the Army's first Sustainable, Design, and Development policy based on industry standards to improve building performance to produce energy savings.
- The implementation of the Privatization of Army Lodging program to allow the Army to recapitalize and provide long-term sustainment of lodging facilities. Beginning with 11 initial installations, the remaining 18 installations will transfer in April 2013.
- The successful completion of the Homeowners Assistance Program. This program provided $1.6 billion in financial relief to over 9,600 beneficiaries.
Environmental, Safety, and Occupational Health:
- The authorization of the first Department of the Army Policy regarding American Indians and Alaska Natives.
- The chartering of the first Department of the Army Environmental Program Committee to address issues at the strategic and programmatic levels.
- The establishment of the Army as the Department of Defense Executive Agent for Recovered Chemical Warfare Material Program.
- The creation of a transformational process for the assessment of the Quality of the Work Environment in Army industrial facilities.
- The identification of more than $50 million in duplicative counter explosive hazards detection and neutralization technology research and development efforts throughout the Department of Defense.
Ms. Hammack regularly visits installations to discuss installation accomplishments and challenges and has been in theater numerous times to meet with Soldiers, review environmental management practices, discuss contingency basing strategies, and get feedback on energy efficient equipment being used.
Ms. Hammack is dedicated to investing in renewable energy initiatives and energy efficient technologies to help ensure the Army can meet mission requirements today and into the future.
Sergeant Major Tracey Anbiya
Senior Enlisted Advisor for Assistant Secretary Army
for Installations Energy and Environment (ASA IE&E)
Sergeant Major Tracey E. Anbiya is from Chesapeake, Virginia. She entered the Army in 1984, as a Personnel Administration Specialist.
Sergeant Major Anbiya’s first assignment was the Battalion SIDPERS Clerk, Fort Hood, TX. Her follow on assignments include: Company Clerk, C CO, 498th Medical Battalion, Garlstedt, Germany; Drill Sergeant, A CO, 2/13th Infantry Battalion, Fort Jackson, SC; Personnel NCO, Berlin Brigade; Personnel Sergeant 2/1 Aviation Battalion, Katterbach, Germany; Chief NCO and Brigade Adjutant for the 26th Area Support Group, Heidelberg, Germany; the Commandant for the Secretary of the General Staff and First Sergeant for Headquarters Company, United States Army Europe and Seventh Army; Command Sergeant Major for Headquarters Battalion, Fort Belvoir, VA and Installation Command Sergeant Major for Fort Belvoir. Previously she was the Command Sergeant Major, IMCOM Europe Region, Heidelberg, Germany. She also served as the Senior Enlisted Advisor for the Assistant Chief of Staff of Installation Management (ACSIM). Her current assignment is the first Senior Enlisted Advisor for the Assistant Secretary Army for Installations Energy and Environment (ASA IE&E).
Sergeant Major Anbiya’s military education includes: Basic Combat Training and Advanced Individual Training, Primary Leadership Development Course, Basic and Advanced NCO Courses, Drill Sergeant Course, Master Fitness Course, NBC Officer Course, Instructor Training Course, First Sergeants Course, Command Sergeants Major Designee Course, Garrison Command Sergeants Major Course.
Sergeant Major Anbiya is a graduate of Class 54, United States Army Sergeants Major Academy. Sergeant Major Anbiya also completed the Senior Civilian Leader Continuing Education Program and Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute Leadership Team Awareness Training.
Sergeant Major Anbiya holds an Associate of Arts and Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Maryland, and a Masters Degree from Oklahoma University.
Her awards and decorations include: Legion of Merit (1st OLC), the Meritorious Service Medal (1st OLC), the Army Commendation Medal (3rd OLC), Army Achievement Medal (7th OLC), GWOT, Drill Sergeant Badge, Good Conduct Medal (6th Award), the Overseas Service Ribbon; Army Service Ribbon and the Horatio Gates Bronze Award.
Sergeant Major Anbiya is a member of the Sergeant Audie Murphy Club as well as the United States Army Sergeants Major Association.
J. Randall RobinsonPrincipal Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations, Energy and the Environment (PDASA) &
Project Executive Officer, National Museum of the U.S. Army
Mr. J. Randall Robinson is the Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army (PDASA), for Installations, Energy and Environment, assuming duties as of June 1, 2012. His position includes staff coordination and oversight of Resource Management, Business Transformation, Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and strategic planning and additionally serves as the Project Executive Officer (PEO) for the National Museum of the U.S. Army (NMUSA).
Mr. Robinson has held a variety of management and staff positions throughout his career to include: Director, Installation Management Command, Central Region; Region Director, IMCOM, West Region, Fort Sam Houston, Region Director, IMCOM, Northwest Region; Chief of Staff, Southeast Region, Installation Management Agency; Chief, Installation Management Support Division, U.S. Army Forces Command, Fort McPherson, Georgia; Fort Hood Deputy Garrison Commander, Fort Hood, Texas; XVIII Airborne Corps and Fort Bragg Garrison Plans and Operations Officer, Fort Bragg, North Carolina; Command Program Analyst/Executive Officer, Army Materiel Command-Saudi Arabia; Administrative Officer and Command Program Analyst/Executive Officer for the Program Manager, Saudi Arabian National Guard Modernization Program; and Budget Analyst, Belvoir Research, Development, and Engineering Center, Fort Belvoir, Virginia.
Mr. Robinson's awards include the 2007 Presidential Meritorious Rank Award, the Department of the Army’s Exceptional Civilian Service Award, the Secretary of the Army's Award for Outstanding Achievement in Equal Employment Opportunity, Meritorious Civilian Service Award (3), Superior Civilian Service Award (2), Desert Shield/Desert Storm Civilian Achievement Medal, and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Service Medal.
A native of Virginia, Mr. Robinson earned Bachelor of Science Degrees in Economics and Business Management from Carson-Newman College and a Master's of Public Administration from Shippensburg University. He is a graduate of the Army Management Staff College and the Army War College.