Live a Culture of Continuous Improvement Represent Navy to the Surrounding Community
Established October 1, 2003, Commander, Navy Installations Command (CNIC) is the Echelon II command under the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO). CNIC has overall Shore Installation Management (SIM) responsibility and authority as the Budget Submitting Office (BSO) for installation support serving as the Navy point of contact for installation policy and programexecution oversight. CNIC is the sole shore installation management organization that focuses on installation effectiveness and improving the shore installation management community’s ability to support the Fleet. The Navy shore establishment is immense, complex, and operationally diverse. CNIC enables Navy operational support to the Fleet, Fighter and Family. Commander, Navy Installations Command Headquarters is located on board the Washington Navy Yard in Washington, D.C. CNICMission Deliver effective and efficient readiness from the shore. CNIC Vision Be the sole provider of shore capability, to sustain the Fleet, enable the Fighter, and support the Family. CNIC Guiding Principles The principles established for Commander, Navy Installations Command
Success in these principles is closely linked to how each employee goes about the task at hand. Ground yourself in these principles – as individuals and as a team – as we accelerate support to fleet readiness from the shore.
WhoWe Are Ownership – this is our business Respect – be considerate of others, everyone matters Integrity – truthful, honorable and loyal Balance – life and service What We Do
Level of Knowledge – know your job, your role, your authorities Risk Management – the right risk decisions at the appropriate level Resourcing – understand requirements and constraints Customer Service – receptive, responsive with etiquette HowWe Do It Procedural Compliance – know the standards Communication Protocols – a mission itself, eliminates confusion Auditability – knowwhere our resources go and why Questioning Attitude – initiative and continuous improvement Forceful Back-up – support each other
(CNIC) in 2015 remain relevant today. They are: Take Customer Service to the Next Level Be Brilliant on the Basics Make Smart Business Decisions
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