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  • NEW EADS COMING SOON

    On January 20, we notified customers by email about upcoming changes to the Office of Economic Adjustment's (OEA) eGrant business systems. The changes to OEA.gov and our Economic Adjustment Data System (EADS) are now underway to improve your customer experience and the system went offline at 12:01 a.m. on January 30, 2016. The system will remain offline until February 25, 2016.

    OEA values your continued patience and partnership during this transition as we work to provide you with better customer service. Stay tuned to oea.gov, your inbox, and OEA on social media for more information. Please contact your project manager if you require further information.

OEA provides the resources to help communities help themselves respond to:

OEA equips communities with information, procedures, technical, and financial assistance needed.
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OEA works with communities to minimize the consequences of defense impacts.
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OEA’s Compatible Use Program promotes cooperative planning efforts among military installations, ranges and military training corridors and surrounding communities.
Learn More about Compatible Use

OEA provides growth management planning assistance to State and local governments.
Learn More about Mission Growth


Economic Adjustment Committee (EAC)

Through its involvement in the Economic Adjustment Committee (EAC), OEA also serves as a focal point for transition assistance from other relevant federal programs. The EAC is composed of 22 federal departments and agencies that work together to coordinate and leverage technical and financial assistance to help communities, businesses, and/or workers respond to DoD-driven impacts. This allows communities access to a full complement of federal government resources.

In addition to coordinating federal resources to local communities, OEA also works directly with states through its State Planning Assistance program to enhance state capacity to assist communities, businesses, and workers adversely affected by Defense program changes.

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