Performance Details

Department of Military and Veterans Affairs

Mission

To provide military forces to accomplish military missions in the state and around the world; provide homeland security and defense; emergency response; veterans' services; and youth military style training and education. AS 26, AS 44.35

Core Services

  • Defend and Protect Alaska and the United States
  • Disaster Preparedness/Response and Recovery
  • Youth Intervention
  • Outreach to Veterans and Military Families

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Core Services
A: To provide military forces to accomplish military missions in the state and around the world; provide homeland security and defense; emergency response; veterans' services; and youth military style training and education.  Details >
A1: Defend and Protect Alaska and the United States  Details >
  • TARGET #1: Number of assigned Army and Air National Guard members in Alaska.
  • TARGET #3: Percent of search and rescue requests responded to within three hours.
  • TARGET #4: Rating of the operational readiness inspections.
A2: Disaster Preparedness/Response and Recovery  Details >
  • TARGET #1: Develop and Update Local Emergency Operations Plans (EOPs).
  • TARGET #2: Local governments are able to respond to disaster emergencies.
  • TARGET #3: Provide assistance to local governments requesting emergency/disaster response.
  • TARGET #4: Provide exercise and training to local governments to test and enhance their disaster response and recovery capabilities.
A3: Youth Intervention  Details >
  • TARGET #4: Percent of eligible students receiving GED or high school diplomas.
A4: Outreach to Veterans and Military Families  Details >
  • TARGET #2: Dollars Recovered in Benefits for Alaska's Veterans.
  • TARGET #3: Federal Veteran Administraton (VA) Expenditures in Alaska.
  • TARGET #6: Veterans Registered with the Federal Veterans Administration (VA).

Performance Detail


A: Result - To provide military forces to accomplish military missions in the state and around the world; provide homeland security and defense; emergency response; veterans' services; and youth military style training and education.

A1: Core Service - Defend and Protect Alaska and the United States
    
Target #1: Number of assigned Army and Air National Guard members in Alaska.

Methodology: Number is an average by fiscal year.
    
Target #2: Number of lives saved.


Analysis of results and challenges: Deployed Locations:
2008: Katrina & Afghanistan
2009: Hurricane Gustav
2012: Afghanistan
2013: No deployments (dwell time following 2012 deployment)
2014: Horn of Africa, Kuwait, Qatar, and Guam
    
Target #3: Percent of search and rescue requests responded to within three hours.


Analysis of results and challenges: The Rescue Coordination Center follows a priority list for available assets (local authorities, State Troopers, Civil Air Patrol, civil assistance etc) prior to being called out. When they are called for life threatening events, the response time is within 3 hours of a request and most often within 1 hour.
    
Target #4: Rating of the operational readiness inspections.


Related links:
   • Alaska Air National Guard Website



A2: Core Service - Disaster Preparedness/Response and Recovery
    
Target #1: Develop and Update Local Emergency Operations Plans (EOPs).


Related links:
   • Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management Website


    
Target #2: Local governments are able to respond to disaster emergencies.


Related links:
   • Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management Website


    
Target #3: Provide assistance to local governments requesting emergency/disaster response.


Related links:
   • Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management Website


    
Target #4: Provide exercise and training to local governments to test and enhance their disaster response and recovery capabilities.


Related links:
   • Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management Website



A3: Core Service - Youth Intervention
    
Target #1: Graduation rate.


Related links:
   • Alaska Military Youth Academy Website


    
Target #2: Number of Graduates.

Methodology: Fall Graduates is AMYA Class 20XX-2 which graduates in the first quarter of the state fiscal year; Spring Graduates is AMYA Class 20XX-1 which graduates in the third quarter of the state fiscal year.

Related links:
   • Alaska Military Youth Academy Website


    
Target #3: Percent of Cadets Placed at Graduation.


Related links:
   • Alaska Military Youth Academy Website


    
Target #4: Percent of eligible students receiving GED or high school diplomas.

Methodology: Fall Graduates is AMYA Class 20XX-2 which graduates in the first quarter of the state fiscal year; Spring Graduates is AMYA Class 20XX-1 which graduates in the third quarter of the state fiscal year.

Related links:
   • Alaska Military Youth Academy Website



A4: Core Service - Outreach to Veterans and Military Families
    
Target #1: Communities Receiving Outreach.


Related links:
   • Veterans Services Website


    
Target #2: Dollars Recovered in Benefits for Alaska's Veterans.


Analysis of results and challenges: These are one time payments to veterans/families due to a settlement of a claim.

Related links:
   • Veterans Services Website


    
Target #3: Federal Veteran Administraton (VA) Expenditures in Alaska.

Methodology: Geographic Distribution of VA Expeditures (GDX) report.
    
Target #4: Requests for Assistance by Veterans.

Methodology: Includes requests made to Veteran Service Officers under grant contracts.

Related links:
   • Veterans Services Website


    
Target #5: Requests for Funeral Honors.


Related links:
   • Veterans Services Website


    
Target #6: Veterans Registered with the Federal Veterans Administration (VA).

Methodology: Geographic Distribution of VA Expeditures (GDX) report.

Related links:
   • Veterans Services Website


 

Current as of September 16, 2014