Core Business Mission (CBM)
Real Property and Installations Lifecycle Management (RPILM)
The Real Property and Installations Lifecycle Management (RPILM) core business mission (CBM) provides the warfighter and other CBMs with access to secure, accurate and reliable information on real property assets and environment, safety and occupational health sustainability.
Key Initiatives
Real Property Inventory Requirements (RPIR) provides the foundation for achieving real property accountability by standardizing data, systems, and processes. The RPILM CBM works closely with both Military Services and Defense Agencies to implement widespread business process transformation across DoD's diverse real property environment. In 2005, RPIR processes, business rules, and data standards were integrated into the DoD's Business Enterprise Architecture (BEA). The Military Services and Defense Agencies have implemented RPIR's sustainable business processes and rules, updated relevant policies, and modified and populated their IT systems with RPIR's standard data elements. Going forward, in addition to removing redundancies inherent in mature real property inventories, RPIR equips DoD business owners with valuable management tools by:
Real Property Acceptance Requirements (RPAR) and Real Property Construction in Progress Requirements (RPCIPR) establish legal and financial standards for bringing new real property assets into DoDís inventory, and for properly accounting costs and capitalization resulting from construction. Implementing these requirements will provide real-time accountability for the Departmentís investments in construction projects, enable accurate and consistent reporting to Congress, project managers, and financial managers, and ensure achievement of clean audits.

Chemical Management Enterprise Information Integration improves the accuracy and availability of authoritative data required for the management of chemicals and materials. It will ultimately reduce chemical-related risks throughout the DoD supply chain.

Installation Geospatial Information & Services (IGI&S), as managed by the Defense Installation Spatial Data Infrastructure (DISDI) Program, leverages spatial information and capabilities to better manage global installations and bases by using the Global Information Grid (GIG). IGI&S also enables interoperability and development of net-centric solutions across the DoD mission areas and between the Components. By FY13, DoD Components will achieve full compliance with Version 3.0 of the Spatial Data Standards for Facilities, Installations and Environment. This will align geospatial data with RPIR, enabling Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) solutions that connect authoritative geospatial systems with real property management systems at all levels.

Enterprise Energy Information Management is a capability designed to inform decision-making through the systematic collection, integration and analysis of facility energy consumption, conservation, and renewable energy production and purchase data. This capability is comprised of common business language and integrated facility management practices that provide the foundation for a comprehensive DoD energy information capability. This information also supports business analytics across the DoD enterprise while streamlining external reporting, and EEIM transforms data into actionable and integrated information for energy managers to perform meaningful trend analyses, benchmark assets, identify opportunities for improvement, and track progress against both internal and external performance goals.
What's New in RPILM
RPILM Enterprise Systems
Systems: RPAD, RPUIR
DoDAF Models related to RPILM BEA Products
All Viewpoint
AV-1 Overview and Summary Information
AV-2 Integrated Dictionary
Data & Information Viewpoint
DIV-2 Logical Data Model
Operational Viewpoint
OV-2 Operational Resource Flow Description
OV-3 Operational Resource Flow Matrix
OV-5b Operational Activity Model
OV-6a Operational Rules Model
OV-6c Business Process Model
Systems Viewpoint
SV-1 Systems Interface Description
SV-1 Systems Interface Details
SV-6 Systems Resource Flow Matrix
Standards Viewpoint
StdV-1 Standards Profile
Other DoDAF Models
Defense Financial Management Improvement Guidance (includes FFMIA Rules)
RPILM Enterprise Standards
Real Property Inventory Requirements (RPIR)
Real Property Acceptance Requirements (RPAR)
Real Property Construction-in-Progress Requirements (RPCIPR)
Chemical Management Enterprise Information Integration (CMEII)
Environmental Liabilities (EL)