The 2023 REPI Report to Congress is here

We are pleased to share that the Department of Defense's (DOD) Readiness and Environmental Protection Integration (REPI) Program officially delivered the 2023 REPI Report to Congress. The congressional report provides information on the REPI Program and supportive DOD efforts to conserve land and address threats to military readiness from development pressures, environmental constraints, and extreme weather events.  The REPI Program is a sustainable, cost-effective solution that allows the Military Services to operate despite accelerating land use conversion, declining at-risk species populations, and worsening climate conditions.

2023 REPI Report to Congress Fast Facts:

  • Since FY 2003, the REPI Program has leveraged $1.24 billion with over $1.13 billion in non-Department partner contributions to conserve more than 18 million acres of land at 120 locations across 35 states and territories.
  • Since FY 2003, partner contributions have accounted for 47 percent of dollars spent on REPI projects.
  • Since FY 2003, the REPI Program has committed or expended over $13.6 million under 16 U.S.C. § 670c-1 (Sikes Act) and 10 U.S.C. § 2679 (IGSAs).
  • Since FY 2020, the REPI Program has distributed over $27.3 million to projects through the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation’s National Coastal Resilience Fund and the America the Beautiful Challenge.



In conjunction with the release of this year's Report, the REPI Program also released updated project fact sheets on the REPI website. These updated project and state fact sheets summarize individual REPI project funding and partner contributions since FY 2003. The 2023 Report to Congress and fact sheets are made available for download at

Throughout this year, nine Army installations will undergo name changes to abide by a set of recommendations established by Congress and approved by Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III. The 2023 Report to Congress and REPI project fact sheets reflect the new Army installation names by denoting the previous and new installation names.

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