#DYK aircraft weight affects maintenance? Our team found that the heavier an aircraft, the more repairs were needed…
#WednesdayWisdom: Did you know that aircraft weight affects maintenance? By optimizing landing weights, we can increase readiness and make sure our planes are flying - and not headed to maintenance. <a href="" target="_blank"></a>
#DYK Water management is also part of the #AFEnergy portfolio? Find out how the United States Air Force is developing a risk-based water management approach to improve resilience here: <a href="" target="_blank"></a>
#AFEnergy gets the power to the warfighter! Check out this video tour of the 28MW array at 30th Space Wing (Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif.). #resilience
#DYK that Air Force Operational Energy funded upgrades to the tanker planning tool Jigsaw? We&#39;re helping create a more agile United States Air Force. #FuelMOREFight #FridayInnovation
#FridayInnovation: Our Operational Energy team is focused on how the United States Air Force can reduce fuel burn by decreasing aircraft weight. For example, the more fuel an aircraft carries, the more fuel it burns - so we are working with the Major Commands to optimize fuel loads and increase efficiency. Learn more: <a href="" target="_blank"></a>
DYK fireworks generate 3 forms of energy? Read more about this and other firework facts from the U.S. Department of Energy.
Catch up on the latest news with June&#39;s Energy Express. Out now! <a href="" target="_blank"></a>
Got energy resilience? OEA can help! The office works to ensure Air Force installations’ get the energy they need. Check out OEA here: <a href="" target="_blank"></a>
ICYMI: OEA Exec Director Robert Hughes talked new Air Force Energy Storefront, a one-stop shop for all Air Force en…
A great example of Air Force innovation!
ICYMI: OEA Exec Director Robert Hughes talks new Air Force Energy Storefront, a one-stop shop for all Air Force energy resiliency initiatives at the AssociationofDefenseCommunities National Summit in Washington, DC last week <a href="" target="_blank"></a>
Got an innovative idea on how to help the United States Air Force optimize its fuel consumption? Check out some of the projects we&#39;re working on and let us know how we can #FuelMoreFight. <a href="" target="_blank"></a>
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Jennifer L. Miller, a member of the Senior Executive Service, is the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Installations, Headquarters Air Force, Pentagon, Washington, D.C.  Ms. Miller is responsible for the management, policy and oversight of Air Force installation programs.  These include base closures and realignments, installations strategy, the Air Force Environmental Impact Analysis Process, strategic basing, compatible and joint land use, public/private partnerships, Readiness and Environmental Protection Integration program, encroachment management, housing privatization, utilities privatization, and real property transactions.

Prior to assuming her current position, Ms. Miller served as the Deputy General Counsel, Installation, Energy and Environment Division, Office of the Air Force General Counsel, Washington, D.C. She was responsible for providing legal advice to the Secretary of the Air Force, Assistant Secretaries, General Counsel, and offices of the Secretariat and Air Staff.  Ms. Miller led the largest division in the General Counsel’s office responsible for real estate, housing privatization, enhanced use leasing, base realignment and closure, basing, land use, military construction, energy, environmental planning, regulatory compliance, cleanup, restoration, and environmental safety and occupational health.

Prior to becoming a member of the Senior Executive Service, Ms. Miller spent several years supporting the Air Force’s real property and housing privatization programs.  Before that, she was a real estate attorney at a Seattle law firm.  She is also an Army Reserve Judge Advocate and spent 2013 through 2014 deployed with a special operations joint task force.

1997 Bachelor of Arts degree in politics, philosophy and economics, honors in major, magna cum laude, phi beta kappa, Claremont McKenna College, Claremont, Calif.
2001 Juris Doctor degree, cum laude, Seattle University, Wash.
2001 Master in Business Administration degree, Seattle University, Wash.

1. 1997, legal intern, Smith & Zuccarini, P.S., Bellevue, Wash.
2. 1998 - 1999, legal intern, Kent City Attorney's Office, Kent, Wash.
3. 1999 - 2000, tax associate, Arthur Anderson, Seattle, Wash.
4. 2000 - 2001, legal intern, Foster Pepper, PLLC, Seattle, Wash.
5. 2001 - 2005, Associate, Foster Pepper, PLLC, Seattle, Wash.
6. 2005 - 2007, Senior Counsel, SAF/GCN - Air Force Housing Privatization (AFCEE/HP)
7. 2007 -  2008, Senior Counsel, SAF/GCN - Air Force Real Property Agency
8. 2008 - 2009, Chief Counsel, SAF/GCN-AFRPA
9. 2009 - 2011, Chief Counsel, SAF/GCN-San Antonio (AFCEE/HP and AFRPA)
10. 2011 - 2015, Deputy General Counsel, Installations, Energy and Environment
11. 2015 - present, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Installations

Bronze Star
Meritorious Service Medal
Army Commendation Medal
Army Achievement Medal

District of Columbia Bar

(Current as of December 2015)