The PAIO mission is to focus on the Garrison delivering equitable services; promoting business transformation, monitoring performance results; vertical and horizontal integration for Garrison efforts, overseeing Garrison force structure, and coordinating stationing actions, strategic initiatives, concept development, and steering the Garrison strategy in meeting current and future needs.

The Plans, Analysis and Integration Office is responsible for gathering and analyzing data for higher headquarters, tracking the implementation of higher headquarters policies and overseeing long-range plans. The PAIO consists of two divisions, the Analysis and Integration Division and the Strategic Planning Division.




Strategic Analysis and Installation Strategic Plan (ISP)

The Fort Buchanan Garrison utilizes the following strategic planning process:

The Plans, Analysis & Integration (PAI) manages the strategic planning & integration process for the Garrison Command Group. Strategic planning sessions are held semi-annually and the Garrison plan is updated annually. The plan is a living document that provides a roadmap for current decisions while maintaining the overall focus on long term, continuous improvement. It links and aligns the Garrison’s vision, mission, goals, and objectives with the IMCOM Campaign Plan (IMCP) and it is the basis for development and implementation of defined Lines of Effort (LOE). Supporting Keys to Success (KTS) and initiatives further aimed our effort to obtain measurable performance results.

The Fort Buchanan Garrison’s strategic plan is aligned to the four Army Strategic Imperatives:
  • Sustain our Soldiers, Family and Army Civilians.
  • Prepare our Soldiers for success in the current conflict.
  • Reset expeditiously for future contingencies.
  • Transform to meet the demands of the 21st Century.