Canadian Forces Individual Accommodation Requirement Study – Accommodation Providers Report


  1. Dursun, S.
  2. Pépin, K.
Corporate Authors
Director General Military Personnel Research & Analysis, Ottawa ONT (CAN)
The Canadian Forces Individual Accommodation Requirement Study: Accommodation Provider’s survey aimed to establish a baseline for living accommodation requirements and develop the accommodation way ahead for all single CF residential, training, and transient accommodations across all environments. The survey administration was completed in November 2006. Although all issues pertaining to DND Quarters were considered important, accessibility (i.e., availability and suitability) and environment (i.e., safety, security, privacy, and dignity) were the most important. Almost all accommodation providers agreed that the demand for DND Quarters had increased over the past three years and expected this trend to continue with the influx of new recruits. The highest priority regarding building/renovation was given to training Quarters, followed closely by residential/IR Quarters. The gaps between current standards and approved functional accommodation standards (FAS) were identified. The higher the level of training (i.e., basic, skilled, and advanced), the least likely the FAS were to be met. The findings of this study will be shared with the Living Accommodation Working Group (LAWG) to provide information pertinent to the goals set out in Accommodation Vision 2020.

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Report Number
DGMPRA-TM-2009-006 — Technical Memorandum
Date of publication
01 Jul 2009
Number of Pages
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