The functions of TRI are:

(1) To provide information and analysis to assist with range and training land planning, scheduling, and modernization and maintenance. Information is obtained from SRP GIS, RTLA, LRAM, and appropriate installation offices, and the analysis considers environmental compliance requirements, range facilities requirements, and landscape condition requirements in the development of range and training land management decisions.

(2) To integrate training mission needs for ranges and training lands into the plans and workplans of other installation offices involved in the management and oversight of land and related natural, cultural, and environmental resources. This includes the integration of Range Complex Master Plan (RCMP) and Integrated Cultural Resource Management Plan (ICRMP) mission goals and objectives into the installation Integrated Natural Resources Management Plan (INRMP), and the INRMP subordinate plans.

(3) Because these actions are iterative, and require frequent coordination, reviews, and approvals with other Garrison offices, the ITAM coordinator works continually with the installation range office, natural resources management and/or environmental staff, the Directorate of Public Works (DPW), and state and federal agencies. Many TRI actions, particularly those related to integration of mission needs into Garrison plans, are subject to individual installation timelines and processes.