Post-event, all placed theme camps will be reviewed on the Theme Camp criteria, as well as:
- MOOP score. If a camp receives a yellow or red MOOP score, it may affect their access to future DGS. The Placement team expects the camp to be proactive in addressing the issue in future placement questionnaires.
- Strain on resources. This refers to whether a camp requires extra BRC infrastructure support, which could include undue communication or interactions with Placement, Rangers, DPW, or the playa restoration team. This could also include the processing of negative feedback from other departments and theme camps.
If a theme camp attracts negative attention by violating principles and cultural norms, this will similarly strain resources. If a theme camp meets all of the criteria they remain in “good standing” and may be eligible to receive access to the DGS. Exemplary camps are the most likely to be invited to the following year’s DGS. Good standing is of benefit as it will affect future placement. Camps not in good standing will be contacted and will be expected to make substantial changes to their submitted camp plans to qualify for future placement and the DGS for the following year.