Recent News

  • New IMARC Web Site!

    April 16, 2012

    The IMARC site has been improved. To read more details about the site, click here.

Installation Management Application Resource Center (IMARC)

The OACSIM Installation Management Application Resource Center (IMARC) is designed to serve as a single access point and source of information for OACSIM Business systems. Through the implementation of AKO Single Sign On (SSO), IMARC allows users to easily navigate between systems. IMARC also offers current news and important information on OACSIM applications.

Future enhancements to IMARC will include a server status notification system and an application dashboard.


Current AEWRS System Status

AEWRS is currently running.

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Army Energy and Water Reporting System (AEWRS)

AEWRS is an automated energy management system that collects utility cost and consumption, electricity, heating fuels and water data for active Army, Reserve and National Guard installations to fulfill the DOD and Congressional requirements including Energy Policy Act of 2005 and Executive Order 13423, Strengthening Federal Environmental, Energy, and Transportation Management. AEWRS supports DA and DOD energy reporting requirements. It also provides management and analysis data to Installations, Command, Regions and HQDA managers.

Army Mapper News

Current Army Mapper System Status

Army Mapper is currently running.

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Army Mapper

The Army Mapper program office ensures the availability of the Army installation geospatial data infrastructure by providing policy guidance, program management, geospatial information technology, data and services that support the overall management and resourcing of Army installations worldwide and the mission of the Army.

ASIP System News

Current ASIP System Status

ASIP is currently running.

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Army Stationing and Installation Plan(ASIP)

The Army Stationing and Installation Plan is the official Army database of populations on Army installations worldwide. It is based on the Structure and Manpower Allocation System (SAMAS) and The Army Authorization Document System (TAADS) as well as many other official Army data sources. The ASIP is a baseline for installation planning that provides a consistent look at forces to be supported and provides visibility of potential planning issues. ASIP data is a basis for Military Construction (MILCON), Installation Status Report (ISR) data collection, Base Operations (BASOPS) Service requirements, and is used by the Army Staff as the database of record for installation demographics. The proponent for the ASIP is the Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management (ACSIM). Authority for the ASIP is AR 5-18.


Current HQIIS System Status

HQIIS is currently running.

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Headquarters Installation Information System (HQIIS)

In order to complete the mission of providing policy guidance and program management on all matters relating to overall management and resourcing of Army installations worldwide, the Headquarters Installation Information System (HQIIS) enables the OACSIM community to ensure the availability of efficient, effective base services and facilities.

IFS System News

Current IFS System Status

IFS is retired.

Integrated Facilities System (IFS)

IFS was retired on 14 September 2012.  Access to archived data (view only), and Real Property Validation Reports (RPVP), will be through the following link:

This is a Common Access Card enabled, secure site.

All archived data files are in zipped Access database format.  All RPVP reports are in zipped Excel spreadsheet format.  To download a file, right-click on the link, select "Save Target As" and save the file to your hard drive.  Each file is in WinZip format.  To extract the database/spreadsheet from the WinZip file, double-click to Open the file and click on Extract to save the database/spreadsheet file to your hard drive.

ISR System News

Current ISR System Status

ISR is currently running.

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Installation Status Report (ISR)

The Installation Status Report (ISR) is a web-based decision support program designed to evaluate the condition and readiness of facilities, natural infrastructure, and services at Army installations worldwide. The ISR assists Commanders at all levels in improving management and decision making across the Active Army, United States Army Reserve (USAR), and Army National Guard (ARNG) by providing information on the condition and readiness of facilities, natural infrastructure, and services and by measuring performance and readiness against Army-wide standards. The ISR Program consists of three component parts, ISR Infrastructure (ISR-I), ISR Natural Infrastructure (ISR-NI), and ISR Services (ISR-S). ISR-I evaluates installation facility conditions and adequacy. It identifies the improvement costs used to quantify Army backlog costs (renovate facilities to Army standard). ISR-NI measures current and future installation mission support and sustainability capabilities in addition to environmental quality. ISR-S determines the quality and reports the cost of Base Support functions and provides the basis for the development of the Army’s Base Operations Support (BOS) funding requirements.


Current RPLANS Status

RPLANS is currently running.


Essential Facility Requirements (CAC required)

Real Property Planning and Analysis System (RPLANS)

The RPLANS is one integrated web-based planning tool that generates facility allowances based on assigned and supported population and space planning criteria algorithms for each Army location and category code. Installations have the ability to edit the system generated allowances to reflect special mission, equipment or personnel impacts on their infrastructure as a "requirement". Edited requirements must be approved through the chain of command to be included in RPLANS. RPLANS produces a Tabulation of Existing and Required Facilities (TAB) for each Army installation worldwide as required by AR 210-20, Real Property Master Planning for Army Installations which compares on-hand real property assets to requirements to determine excesses and deficits by facility type. RPLANS data can be viewed at the Headquarters, Region, Installation, Base, Site, Complex (Enclave), and Unit level within one application. RPLANS data supports new construction program development, unit stationing analysis, Facility Investment Strategy, Essential Facility Requirements (EFR) charts, Enterprise Management Decision Support (EMDS) Facility Assessment Charts (FAC), and the Installation Status Report- Infrastructure quantity rating (C-rating).

RPLANS data is updated quarterly from source systems. RPLANS pulls on-hand real property assets from the Headquarters Installation Information System (HQIIS); supported and assigned population from the Army Stationing and Installation Plan (ASIP); range requirements from the Army Range Requirements Model (ARRM); Force Structure (Table of Organization and Equipment (TOE)/Table of Distribution Allowances (TDA)) from the Force Management System (FMS), Equipment data from the Logistics Support Activity (LOGSA) database, and the new construction project data from the Future Years Defense Program (FYDP).

RPLANS provides a planning module that allows for stationing analysis and planning scenarios to support Army initiatives such as Total Army Analysis (TAA) and development of installation master plans. The planning module provides the ability to move a unit, create a unit, revise an existing unit, add new assets, and edit attributes of a unit to support Army analysis and decision-making. RPLANS includes a repository of Army Space Planning Criteria (SPC) for quick reference.


The Solid Waste Annual Reporting for the Web (SWARWeb) is a web-enabled system used to collect solid waste management data including Municipal Solid Waste, Recyclable Materials and Construction Debris. SWARWeb provides a tool for tracking solid waste information at the Installation, Subordinate Command (SUBCOM), Major Command (MACOM), Region and Headquarters levels. Data is collected for disposal sites, disposal and recycling transactions, recycling revenues and recycling program management. Solid waste data collected throughout the fiscal year is submitted to higher command levels to fulfill reporting requirements and to track compliance with DoD waste reduction and recycling goals outlined in the Executive Order 13514.