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JBSA, San Antonio build stronger ties through EMS support agreement
June 15, 2023
EMS personnel standing in front of ambulance.

Historic statewide Intergovernmental Support Agreement signed
February 1, 2023
Historic statewide Intergovernmental Support Agreement signed

JBSA, AACOG recognized for vital partnerships
October 14, 2022
Award presentation

New support agreement improves EMS response times, capabilities at JBSA-Randolph
November 9, 2021
People standing in front of aircraft and ambulances.

New IGSA will provide wounded, recovering service members with transportation
September 10, 2021
Occupational therapist assisting male soldier with prosthetic arm with pushups.

JBSA partners with local governments to ensure citizen, pilot safety
November 10, 2020
Brig. Gen. Caroline M. Miller, 502d Air Base Wing and Joint Base San Antonio commander, speaks during the Lindbergh Demolition Project partnership recognition event, Nov. 10, 2020, in Universal City, Texas.

Local government support agreements facilitate savings for JBSA
January 31, 2020
The Department of Defense budgets about $25 billion annually to operate and support its installations, according to the U.S. Government Accountability Office. Years ago, the GAO determined the DOD needed to reduce its installation support costs, and the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2013 helped bring their efforts to fruition by authorizing military services to enter into Intergovernmental Support Agreements, or IGSAs, with local and state governments, leveraging financial benefits and enhancing mission effectiveness.

AACOG, JBSA sign blanket intergovernmental support agreement
September 30, 2019
Brig. Gen. Laura Lenderman, commander, 502nd Air Base Wing and Joint Base San Antonio, and Diane Rath, Alamo Area Council of Governments executive director, signed a historical agreement at the AACOG Board of Directors meeting Sept. 25. This new blanket Intergovernmental Support Agreement, or IGSA, will afford JBSA the opportunity to bring requirements they would normally fill through traditional federal contracting actions to AACOG.