Garrison Directorates & Support Agencies
The Army operates one of the largest and most diverse military posts worldwide right here in Central Virginia.
- One out of every 10 active duty Soldiers in the Army is assigned to Fort Lee
- Fort Lee is ranked No. 1 among the Army’s 97 installations in terms of “future” capability
- Fort Lee’s economic impact last year is estimated at $10.9 billion statewide
Management and Control Offices
The Resource Management Office develops, allocates, executes, analyzes, and reviews use of United States Army Garrison-Fort Lee resources, and serves as the principal advisor to the Garrison Commander Fort Lee on Program Budget Funding, Manpower and Equipment Management, Support Agreement Program, Contract Management Support, Government Travel Charge Card Program, Internal Control Program and accounting related matters.
The Plans, Analysis and Integration Office provides oversight of assigned programs; conducts analytical reviews; monitors Army baseline standards; captures and enables implementation of best business practices; identifies, tracks, and orchestrates reporting of performance measures; and integrates and optimizes use of technology.
The Information Management Office (IMO) is the Garrison’s Information Technology (IT) staff element responsible for providing high quality technology-based services in the most cost efficient manner, to facilitate the Garrison mission as it applies to business information systems, applications and programs.
Installation Support Directorates
The Directorate of Emergency Services (DES) is a staff activity of the US Army Garrison – Fort Lee. It’s responsible for installation law enforcement, physical security, installation access control, fire and emergency services to include fire prevention and education and advanced life support and transport. It manages and provides its services through two main divisions.
The Fort Lee Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Directorate is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of every Fort Lee Soldier, Family Member, Retiree, and DOD Civilian.
DPTMS provides sustained operations support to the Installation in the functional areas of ranges and training areas, training ammunition, land management, Reserve/National Guard training support and formal schools. The also develop, coordinate, and execute plans for force protection, security/intelligence, mobilization and deployment.
The Directorate of Public Works' mission is to provide quality engineering, integration, operation, housing and environmental services thereby creating enhanced combat readiness, professional development and quality of life for the Fort Lee community.
The Directorate of Human Resources provides personnel, Alcohol/Drug Control, Army Career & Alumni support, and educational opportunities to all Soldiers, post units, installation partners, retirees, family members and DoD civilians.
Installation Support Offices
The Equal Employment Opportunity Office's responsibility is to develop, coordinate, and evaluate all EEO activities; including affirmative action. To advise the installation commander on EEO matters; and to manage the EEO Complaint Process.
The Internal Review and Audit Compliance Office's mission is to serve as a team of highly professional evaluators who are catalysts for risk assessment and management controls, providing innovative internal audit/review services to leadership that are objective, relevant and timely. They strive to provide the best value while fostering an environment of continuous improvement.
The PAO's function is to provide timely, accurate and truthful communications about the command and its activities to all members of the community including military personnel, Family members, retirees and the American public.
The Chapel Communities of Fort Lee share the heritage spoken in the words of the Psalmist. Over miles, time, cultures, and widely differing backgrounds, we gather at the Fort Lee Chapels to worship, pray, and serve together as the people of god.
The mission of the Installation Safety Office is to provide a safe and healthful place in which to work and live.
The mission of the 217th Military Police Detachment is to assist Commanders and residents of our community to ensure Fort Lee remains a safe and secure place for our Soldiers, Civilians, and Families. They also provide for the protection of lives and property, and preserve Law and Order on the installation. On order, they deploy Military Police specialty teams in support of worldwide operations.
The CPAC is a team of HR professionals dedicated to supporting and empowering Soldiers, Civilians, Families, and Veterans worldwide in an era of persistent conflict. We will recruit, retain, and sustain a high quality volunteer force through innovative and effective enterprise solutions. We will ensure HR readiness of the Total Army across the full spectrum of operations.
The Network Enterprise Center provides reliable and responsive communications and information services to allow Fort Lee to plan, train, deploy, execute, and sustain the full spectrum of contingency and combat operations.
The Mission and Installation Contracting Command-Fort Lee contracting office provides responsive, complete and compliant contracting solutions to Army commands, installations and activities.
The Directorate of Logistics mission is to Provide Quality Logistical Services thereby Creating Enhanced Combat Readiness, Professional Development and Quality of Life for the Fort Lee Community.
Kenner Army Health Clinic is Fort Lee's premier military system for health. At KAHC, they are focused on our patients' health and wellness. They are dedicated to preventing illness and injury and prompting healing. This system for health enables ready and resilient Soldiers, families and communities.
The staff judge advocate (SJA) is the principal legal advisor to the CG and the CASCOM Staff. The SJA also serves as the principal ethics counselor and directs all legal services provided on Fort Lee, VA; Joint Base Langley Eustis (JBLE), VA; and all tenant activities located on these installations.