• Housing survey coming

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  • Army News Service
    FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas — The Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff of Installation Management and the U.S. Army Installation Management Command G4 (Housing) are planning to launch the Army Family Housing Survey for on-post and leased housing residents at garrisons on Jan. 18.
    “Within the next four weeks, you will receive an e-mail with the survey link,” said Lt. Gen. Gwen Bingham, assistant chief of staff for installation management. “Your feedback about your experiences while residing in Army-owned or leased housing is critical to shaping the future housing and services provided by the Army.”
    The purpose of the survey is to receive firsthand accounts of what soldiers and families find valuable when living in on-post and leased family housing.
    “We need your candid feedback,” said Lt. Gen. Kenneth R. Dahl, IMCOM commander. “All surveys are confidential, and your frank feedback will ensure your voice is heard.”
    The Army is looking for maximum outreach and participation, to measure resident satisfaction with their housing accommodations, as well as the services they received from the Army Housing Office.
    According to the AHO, one member of each household should receive an e-mail invitation within three days of the survey launch, and everyone will have until Feb. 22 to submit their responses.
    “The results will help guide the decisions we make today and will impact generations of soldiers and families,” Bingham said.
    If residents do not receive an e-mail, they are encouraged to visit their local housing office for assistance.
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