The Commander, Navy Installations Command (CNIC) Business Management Program reports directly to the Commander, Navy Installations Command. The Business Management Program supports all functional areas of Shore Installation Management, with a mission to lead CNIC in identifying business and organizational improvements for the Navy's Shore Installation Management System, in order to increase Shore Installation Management efficiencies through economies of scale, common business practices, and process improvement. The Business Management Program directs Integrated Process Teams in the creation of standards, metrics and service levels for Shore Installation Management functions, develops and maintains the Shore Installation Management strategic plan, assists in the evaluation of the existing organizational structures, defines the role of governance within CNIC and completes the annual Shore Installation Management stockholders' (performance) report. The CNIC Chief Information Officer (CIO) reports to the CNIC Business Management Program.
Other Business Management Program functions include:
- Identification of major Shore Installation Management efficiency initiatives including joint/interservice and interagency initiatives, functional consolidation, organizational streamlining and process efficiency.
- Track Shore Installation Management delivery performance and recommend changes/adjustments as needed.
Develop timely, well-staffed recommendations for CNIC on broad strategic direction, Shore Installation Management policy issues, process changes, organizational changes and other major initiatives to improve Shore Installation Management service delivery performance.