The Air Force Community Partnership Program is a framework through which installation and community leaders are developing creative ways to leverage their capabilities and resources to focus on achieving reduced costs by finding shared value.  The AF process taps into the intellectual capital and innovative spirit of installation and community leaders to find creative ways to accomplish the Air Force mission and enhance communities. 

In June 2019, Tyndall Air Force Base the Bay County Tax Collector's Office signed a letter of intent to establish a satellite tax collector's office on or near Tyndall AFB. The new tax collector’s office will provide services such as registering vehicles, obtaining hunting and fishing licenses, and registering to vote. The objective of this partnership is to reduce stress for Airmen, retirees, and their families, who often are unable to make it to the Bay County Tax Collector's Office during working hours.

Firefighters at Joint Base San Antonio (JBSA)-Lackland’s Station No. 2 are essential in protecting not only the base, but its flightline and operations. Through a community partnership between JBSA, the City, the County, and local businesses; JBSA firefighters maintain a positive relationship with area firefighting agencies, which allows support services for municipal, morale, welfare, and recreation functions. Several times a year, JBSA conducts exercises with local partners to learn new techniques and sharpen skills, which is crucial in keeping the flightline area safe.

 In July 2019, the City of Goldsboro, North Carolina will begin to collect Seymour Johnson’s AFB refuse and recycling through a new contract. Seymour Johnson AFB is the fourth AFCP base to leverage the Intergovernmental Support Agreement (IGSA) authority for integrated solid waste management services.  Check out AFCP’s SharePoint Site for more resources on IGSAs