Lieutenant General Jason T. Evans is the U.S. Army's first Deputy Chief of Staff, G-9. Lieutenant General Evans assumed duties Sept. 27, 2019, as the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-9 and serves as the expert and champion for the world’s most capable and efficient installations. The Deputy Chief of Staff, G-9 develops regulatory guidance, administers installation resource programming, and provides expertise and advocacy for all Army infrastructure and installation services to enable Total Army readiness. He previously served July 2017 to July 2019 as Commanding General of the Army Human Resources Command, Fort Knox, Kentucky, before assignment to the Pentagon. Lieutenant General Evans was raised as an Air Force family member. He attended Wentworth Military Academy, Lexington, Missouri, where he earned an Associate Degree in Business Administration. He completed his Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration from Bellevue University, Bellevue, Nebraska. He holds Master’s Degrees in Business Administration from Webster University and National Resource Strategy from the National Defense University. Lieutenant General Evans has served in command and staff positions in the continental United States, Italy, Somalia, Kosovo, Germany and Iraq with the 13th Corps Support Command, III U.S. Corps, 510th Personnel Services Battalion, 1st Personnel Command, U.S. Army Europe, Installation Management Command, Multi-National Force – Iraq, and Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army.
This session will focus on the ways that the US Army is leading the way in installation energy resiliency to better serve bases at home and abroad. This session will dive into the acquisitions and privatization of utility resources for the Energy Resilience and Conservation Investment Program (ERCIP) program, which funds projects that save energy, reduce DOD’s energy costs, improve energy resilience and contribute to mission assurance.