(Approved by the HOTDA Board of Directors, 22 April 2016)
~Analyze local, state, and national information regarding future plans that potentially impact Fort Hood’s force structure, functions, missions, and capabilities; assess and address regional weaknesses and threats; seek opportunities that sustain Fort Hood’s authorized strength.
~Maintain effective linkages with key Ft Hood, DoD, and Legislative decision makers.
~Strengthen the “One Voice” approach to articulate the requirements of Ft Hood to the Central Texas defense community, adjacent regional communities and external audiences.
~Facilitate municipal entity coordination with defense industries.
~Advocate for military spouse, veteran and DoD/DA Civilian employment opportunities.
~Support initiatives to grow enrollments and facilitate efforts that encourage, create, and fund defense-related research opportunities at regional higher education institutions.