The Real Property Planning and Analysis System (RPLANS) Suite is comprised of four modules designed to meet the needs of users at installation, Installation Management Command (IMCOM) Region, Army Commands and Headquarters, Department of the Army (HQDA) level. Users at each level share a common need to correlate data about real property assets, installation force structure and populations, and facility allowances and requirements. The four modules are levels or views in the RPLANS Suite that provide different degrees of detail. The Installation module (INSTRPLANS) provides unit and facility level of detail; the Region module (RGNRPLANS) provides unit level of detail; the Headquarters module (HQRPLANS) provides Facility Category Group (FCG) summary level of detail; and, the FPS module provides unit level detail, to include personnel duty position and Line Item Number (LIN) detail for Army organizations. Data from the RPLANS Suite support a number of other Army automated systems including ISR Infrastructure and FDM.
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The Installation Real Property Planning and Analysis System (INSTRPLANS) module is an integrated, automated planning tool that provides installation planners with the capability to readily and efficiently calculate peacetime facility space allowances and compare them to available real property assets for a wide range of facility types. The Installation module provides automated support for master planning activities, to include site planning, satisfying the requirement for an installation Tabulation of Existing and Required Facilities (TAB) outlined in AR 210-20, construction program development, stationing analysis, unit/organization facility allowances analysis, functional area assessments and space utilization. The module tracks installation assets and calculates facility allowances based on existing and projected force structures for seven years. Allowances are also calculated for the on-going Reserve Component training missions at each installation. An edit utility provides the capability to edit requirements in cases where calculated allowances do not fully account for mission, equipment or personnel impacts on infrastructure.
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The Region Real Property Planning and Analysis System (RGNRPLANS) module is an integrated, automated planning tool that provides IMCOM Regions with a UIC level detail view of Installation RPLANS sites within their Region. The Region module is used for reviewing and approving installation requirement edits, analyzing proposed construction projects and similar management tasks. Approved requirements in the Region module support ISR facility quantity ratings. The Region module provides each IMCOM Region with maximum flexibility to manage the requirement approval process for their assigned Installation RPLANS sites, to include a variety of options for managing users, requirements and Major Subordinate Commands (MSCs) within the module.
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The Headquarters Real Property Planning and Analysis System (HQRPLANS) module provides planners at HQDA, Army Commands and IMCOM Regions with an automated tool to assist in determining and analyzing facility allowances and stationing initiatives for all Army installations. The Headquarters module calculates facility allowances at all Army locations worldwide by FCG. The system tracks installation assets via the Headquarter Executive Information System (HQEIS), to include the Army National Guard (ARNG) real property inventory, and calculates facility allowances based on existing and projected force structures as defined in the Army Stationing and Installation Plan (ASIP). Unit driven allowances are provided to the module by the Facility Planning System (FPS) module which bases calculations on unit personnel and equipment. Allowances are also calculated for the on-going Reserve Component training missions at each installation.