Dept of Army Inspector General team seeks to hear from interested Army housing residents at Carlisle Barracks

By COL Tom McCardell, Carlisle Barracks Inspector General    19 March 2019

A DA IG team will meet with interested residents of Carlisle Barracks housing in any of three sensing sessions, March 18 and 19.

A DA IG team will meet with interested residents of Carlisle Barracks housing in any of three sensing sessions, March 18 and 19.

In order to improve the quality of life of our Soldiers and their families, members of the Department of The Army, Inspector General Office will be at Carlisle Barracks to conduct an assessment of the Residential Communities Initiatives Privatized Housing Program.

Army Senior Leaders have communicated their commitment to the well-being of Army Soldiers, Joint Force partners and their families who live in Army Housing. As an expression of that commitment a DA IG team will meet with interested residents of Carlisle Barracks housing in any of three sensing sessions, March 18 and 19.

These sessions are open to all Carlisle Barracks housing residents. Comments will not be attributed to any person in attendance, except in cases of individual areas of excellence.

Location for all: Bliss Hall

1. Monday, 18 March - 1400-1530

2. Monday, 18 March - 1800-1930

3. Tuesday, 19 March - 1000-1130