2016 Readiness and Environmental Protection Integration (REPI) Program Report to Congress


The REPI Report to Congress was delivered to the House and Senate Committees on Armed Services (HASC and SASC) on Friday, March 18. This is a substantial record of the hard work and significant accomplishments towards protecting military value and critical habitat over the last 13 years. The report is posted on the www.repi.mil home page.

Through Fiscal Year 2015, REPI has protected nearly 438,000 acres in 88 locations across 30 states. In the six states in the Southeast Regional Partnership for Planning and Sustainability (SERPPAS), the Department of Defense has leveraged $273.8 million with $267.8 million in partner funding to protect over 207,000 acres at 25 REPI projects. This report, in particular, highlights the partnerships that serve as the foundation of the REPI program.

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