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 Environment Policies

 
  
  
  
Description
ASN_EIE_CAA_Procedure_Memo.pdfASN_EIE_CAA_Procedure_MemoASN EIE CAA Procedure Memo
Department of the Navy process for reviewing potential settlements of penalties for past violations of the Clean Air Act (CAA).
DON_GPP_Implementation_Guide.pdfDON_GPP_Implementation_GuideDON GPP Implementation Guide
The DON Green Procurement Program Implementation Guide provides guidance regarding execution of the updated DoD Green Procurement Program Strategy and the DON Green Procurement Program Policy and supersedes Naval Supply Systems Command Publication 728, dated September 2001.
DON_Green_Procurement_Program.pdfDON_Green_Procurement_ProgramDON Green Procurement Program
Memorandum on the purchase of environmentally preferable products and services in accordance with Federally-mandated 'green' procurement preference programs.
environmental_strategy20mar08.pdfenvironmental_strategy20mar08Depertment of the Navy Environmental Strategy
The strategy contains guidance for the Department as it executes its environmental mission, but it will suceed only when accompanied by actionable plans from your organizations, tailored to your specific areas of expertise and equity.
SECNAV INSTRUCTION 11010.14A.pdfSECNAV INSTRUCTION 11010.14ADEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY POLICY FOR CONSULTATION WITH FEDERALLY RECOGNIZED INDIAN TRIBES
To update Department of the Navy (DON) policy,
procedures and responsibilities under references (a) through (i)
when consulting with representatives of federally recognized
Indian tribes, including Alaska Native governments, on issues
with the potential to impact protected tribal resources, tribal
rights, or Indian lands. This Instruction has been
administratively revised and should be reviewed in its entirety.
SECNAV INSTRUCTION 4000.35A.pdfSECNAV INSTRUCTION 4000.35ADEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY CULTURAL RESOURCES PROGRAM
To establish policy and assign responsibilities within the Department of the Navy (DON) for fulfilling requirements of references (a) through (p) and the references listed in enclosure.
SECNAVINST_5090.6A.pdfSECNAVINST_5090.6AEnvironmental Planning for Department of the Navy Actions
To revise previously established policy for environmental planning in the DON; to provide for a comprehensive program of environmental planning and stewardship consistent with, and in support of, the readiness of the naval forces of the United States; and to supplement references (a) and (b).
SECNAVINST_5090.8A.pdfSECNAVINST_5090.8APolicy for Environmental Protection, Natural Resrouces, and Cultural Resources Programs
To re-issue and assign responsibilities within the DON, in accordance with references (a) through (g), concerning environmental protection, natural resources, and cultural resources programs.
 

 Energy Policies

 
  
  
  
Description
4101.3.pdf4101.3DON Energy Program for Security and Independence Roles and Responsibilities
To assign Department-wide responsibilities for the administration and management of Department of the Navy (DON) energy programs.
DASN_EnergyStratPlan_Finalv3.pdfDASN_EnergyStratPlan_Finalv3Strategy for Renewable Energy
The purpose of the Strategy for Renewable Energy is to guide the Department of the Navy as we work to accomplish two
of the energy goals I established in 2009: to obtain half of the Department’s energy from alternative sources, and to
produce at least half the shore-based energy requirements from renewable sources, such as solar, wind and geothermal.
To successfully achieve these objectives, our Service leadership (Navy and Marine Corps), regional commanders, and
installation commanding officers must make renewable energy a programmatic priority.
DODOperationalEnergyStrategy.pdfDODOperationalEnergyStrategyDOD Operational Energy Strategy
This Operational Energy Strategy will guide the Department of Defense in how to better use energy resources to support the Department's strategic goals and the Nation's energy security goals, while allowing us to lower risks to our Warfighters, shift resources to other warfighting priorities, and save money for American taxpayers.
Naval_Energy_Strategic_Roadmap.pdfNaval_Energy_Strategic_RoadmapNaval Energy Strategic Roadmap
DON’s Energy Program for Security and Independence will lead the Navy and Marine Corps efforts to improve operational effectiveness while increasing energy security and advancing energy independence.
Navy-Energy-Vision.pdfNavy-Energy-VisionNavy Energy Vision for the 21st Century
The Energy Vision identifies ends, ways, and means for increasing energy security for the Navy. It is the product of broad and deep collaboration within our organization and our partners in the defense community, government, and the private sector.
ShoreEnergyPolicy.pdfShoreEnergyPolicySECNAV Shore Energy Policy
Energy goals for effective management and use of energy that pertain to the shore to reduce Department of Navy's overall consumption of energy, decrease its reliance on petroleum, and significantly increase its use of alternative energy.
 

 Joint Guam Program Office

 
  
  
  
Description
2006-05-01 Joint Statement of the Security Consultative Committee.pdf2006-05-01 Joint Statement of the Security Consultative Committee2006-05-01 Joint Statement of the Security Consultative Committee
The U.S.-Japan Alliance, with the U.S.-Japan security relationship at its core, is
the indispensable foundation of Japan’s security and of peace and stability in the
Asia-Pacific region and the linchpin of American security policy in the region.
2006-08-25 DEPSECDEF Memo.pdf2006-08-25 DEPSECDEF Memo2006-08-25 DEPSECDEF Memo
The Department of the Navy is directed to immediately establish a Joint Guam Program
Office (JGPO) to facilitate, manage, and execute requirements associated with the rebasing of
Marine Corps assets from Okinawa to Guam and implementation of the Defense Base Realignment
and Closure decision to establish a Joint Base on Guam. This also includes the realignment of
installation management functions at Andersen Air Force Base to Commander, US Naval Forces,
Marianas Islands, Guam.
2007-05-01 U.S.-Japan Security Consultative Committee.pdf2007-05-01 U.S.-Japan Security Consultative CommitteeAlliance Transformation:Advancing United States-Japan Security and Defense Cooperation
The U.S.-Japan security relationship is the bedrock of Japan’s defense and the
keystone of peace and security in the Asia-Pacific region. The members of the
Security Consultative Committee (SCC) welcomed recent advances in bilateral
security and defense cooperation, consistent with the vision laid out in SCC
meetings and statements over the past two years.
2010-05-28 U.S.-Japan Security Consultative Committee.pdf2010-05-28 U.S.-Japan Security Consultative Committee2010-05-28 U.S.-Japan Security Consultative Committee
On May 28, 2010, the members of the United States-Japan
Security Consultative Committee (SCC) reconfirmed that, in this
50th anniversary year of the signing of the Treaty of Mutual
Cooperation and Security, the U.S.-Japan Alliance remains
indispensable not only to the defense of Japan, but also to the
peace, security, and prosperity of the Asia-Pacific region.
2011-06-21 Joint Statement of the Security Consultative Committee.pdf2011-06-21 Joint Statement of the Security Consultative CommitteeToward a Deeper and Broader U.S.-Japan Alliance: Building on 50 Years of Partnership
As the U.S.-Japan Alliance enters its second half-century, the members of the
Security Consultative Committee (SCC) affirmed that our Alliance remains
indispensable to the security of Japan and the United States, and to the peace,
stability, and economic prosperity of the Asia-Pacific region in the 21st
century.
2012-04-27 Joint Statement of the Security Consultative Committee.pdf2012-04-27 Joint Statement of the Security Consultative Committee2012-04-27 Joint Statement of the Security Consultative Committee
The U.S.-Japan Security Consultative Committee (SCC) reconfirmed that the U.S.-Japan
Alliance, supported by a robust U.S. military presence in Japan, including U.S. Marine
Corps forces in Okinawa, continues to provide the deterrence and capabilities necessary for
the defense of Japan and for the maintenance of peace, security, and economic prosperity in
the Asia-Pacific region.
Progress on the Realignment of U.S. Forces in Japan.pdfProgress on the Realignment of U.S. Forces in JapanProgress on the Realignment of U.S. Forces in Japan
The Ministers emphasized the increasing importance of the presence of the
U.S. forces in Japan, including in Okinawa, to maintain deterrence and
strengthen Alliance capabilities in view of the current evolving regional
security environment.
U.S.-Japan Alliance, Transformation and Realignment for the Future.pdfU.S.-Japan Alliance, Transformation and Realignment for the FutureTransformation and Realignment for the Future
The U.S.-Japan Alliance, with the U.S.-Japan security arrangements at its core, is the
indispensable foundation of Japan’s security and of peace and stability in the Asia-Pacific
region. A close, cooperative relationship based on the alliance also plays an important
role in effectively dealing with global challenges, and must evolve to reflect the changing
security environment.
United States-Japan Roadmap for Realignment Implementation.pdfUnited States-Japan Roadmap for Realignment ImplementationUnited States-Japan Roadmap for Realignment Implementation
On October 29, 2005, the U.S.-Japan Security Consultative Committee (SCC)
members approved recommendations for realignment of U.S. forces in Japan and
related Japan Self-Defense Forces (SDF) in their document, “U.S.-Japan Alliance:
Transformation and Realignment for the Future.”
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