The Marine Corps began conducting a survey of base-housing residents Nov. 8, with the intent of determining where they are happy and which areas need to change. The online Resident Satisfaction Survey is assessing input from service members and dependents who live in government housing – to include barracks and contractor-owned housing.
“Feedback from Marine Corps residents is … critical for shaping the future of our housing programs,” said Sgt. Maj. Charles Williams of Marine Corps Installations Command. “The safety, security and well-being of our Marines, sailors and their families is critical to our mission, and we are committed to ensuring that they have the high-quality housing they rightly expect when living aboard a military installation.”
The Marine Corps hired Robert D. Niehaus Inc., a contractor, to send emails with personalized links to respondents. Responses will be confidential.