Association of Defense Communities
The Association of Defense Communities (ADC) is the nation's premier membership organization serving America's defense communities. With 1,200 members nationwide, ADC is the voice for communities and states with a significant military presence.
ADC unites the diverse interests of communities, state governments, the private sector and the military on issues of base closure and realignment, community military partnerships, defense real estate, mission growth, mission sustainment, military privatization, and base redevelopment.
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Defense Transformation Institute
The Defense Transformation Institute (DTI) was formed in July 2004 by the Texas Research and Technology Foundation (TRTF), in coordination with city's Economic Development Department.
The DTI was designed to serve as a proactive intermediary with active military installations for leveraging their military assets. Find out more about the Defense Transformation Institute
Military Transformation Task Force (MTTF)
The MTTF is a City of San Antonio, Bexar County, and Greater San Antonio Chamber of Commerce initiative to share information, assist the military in implementing BRAC, address any impacts on the community and leverage BRAC to strengthen our economy and revitalize our neighborhoods. Find out more about MTTF.
Office of Economic Adjustment (OEA)
Founded in 1961, OEA has helped communities in all 50 states and major United States territories develop comprehensive strategies to adjust to defense industry cutbacks, base closures, force structure realignments, base expansion, and incompatibilities between military operations and local development. Find out more about OEA