WASHINGTON (NNS) -- All Sailors living in government or Private Partner Venture (PPV) housing are strongly encouraged to participate in surveys to share their overall experience with their current living conditions.
The PPV survey is an opportunity for Sailors to note their likes and dislikes with PPV housing and any health or safety concerns they may have with their homes, community or services provided by privatized housing management companies.
Surveys are conducted through June 30 for Sailors living in unaccompanied housing and through June 6 for those living in government-owned or government-leased housing.
“The Navy is committed to ensuring that our Sailors and their families have a quality, healthy and safe place to live,” said Vice Adm. Mary Jackson, commander of Navy Installations Command, which oversees Navy housing throughout the shore enterprise. “We have made progress in addressing the PPV housing issues, but there is a lot more work to be done," Jackson said. "The results from this survey will help us further identify issues and resolutions. I urge all Sailors who receive the housing surveys to take a few moments of their time to fill them out.”
All three surveys are conducted and managed by CEL & Associates, an independent third party. An announcement letter provides information to access the survey online.
Completing the survey takes about 10 minutes.Those who participate will remain anonymous unless they choose to identify themselves.
Sailors living in PPV housing are asked to contact their chain of command for more information or the closest Navy Housing Service Center if they do not receive the survey email.
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