BES supports United States Army Family Advocacy Program (FAP) by staffing the FAP Assistant position. The FAP Assistant provides administrative and program support services to the FAP in the Fort Belvoir military community. BES developed and implemented quarterly evaluations of the Play Morning program to ensure the needs of the participants, goals and objectives are met, and that the activities and curriculum are developmentally appropriate. BES is also tasked with maintaining up-to-date outreach communication systems to inform attendees of any changes or cancellations in the Play Morning program, and ensure all FAP classes and activities are submitted to all marketing avenues. BES is charged with collecting monthly statistical data from all FAP staff and entering it into CTS, ensuring all monthly source documents and copies of the Army Community Services Management Reports are filed. BES also maintains Army Community Services calendar and sends to the Moral, Welfare, and Recreation Calendar POC.
*3 years, $200,130, Virginia