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                               MANAGEMENT DECISION PACKAGE

FY 2010 Changes
Message Chg 2010-19
New MDEP:
VANC


FY 2010 Changes
Message Chg 2010-18
Changed TMFY for MDEPS:
QFMD
QCCS
QYDP
VCWM


FY 2010 Changes
Message Chg 2010-14
New MDEP:
W170
W172
W173
W511
WBSB

FY 2010 Changes
Message Chg 2010-12
Extended TMFY to 2017 for the following MDEP:
ZKEM
ZK2C

FY 2010 Changes
Message Chg 2010-12
New MDEP:
FSPS
EITS

FY 2010 Changes
Message Chg 2010-08
Extended TMFY to 2010 for the following MDEP:
VBGM

FY 2010 Changes
Message Chg 2010-08
New MDEP:
TCIV

FY 2010 Changes
Message Chg 2010-06
Changed TMFY for MDEPS
AREN
ARFU
HPIP
MS5G
VCWM
ZIIG
ZMIG
ZTAR
ZTIG
ZTNG

FY 2010 Changes
Message Chg 2010-04
New MDEP:
VTFE

FY 2010 Changes
Message Chg 2010-01
New MDEP:
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ASOC
MPBO
QCYS
QHFM
VENQ
VIAD
VPBE
WNET
ZK2C
VFRA

Extended TMFY to 2010 for the following:
VFRE
VIRQ


FY 2009 Changes
Message Chg 2009-16:
Title Change for MDEP: QDPC


Message Chg 2009-15:
Added O&M Recovert Act Basic Symbols:
0721
0726
2051
2094
2041

New MDEP:
E3H9



Message Chg 2009-14:
Added new O&M Recovery Act Basic Symbols
2022
2066
2081

Message Chg 2009-10:
Added MERHC to list of accounts requiring MDEP

Message Chg 2009-07:
New MDEP:
VBRC

Message Chg 2009-02:
Extended TMFY to 2009 for the following:
VFRE
VIRQ

Message Chg 2009-01:
Title Change:
RK02
RK03
RK09
RK10
RK11
RK12
RK13
RK14
RK15
RK16
RK17
RK19
RK20
RN04


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1.          INTRODUCTION: Taken collectively, Management Decision Packages (MDEPs) account for Army resources (See
            paragraph 6b). MDEPs describe the capability of the Total Army-1-Active, Guard, and Reserve. Individually an MDEP
            describes a particular organization, program, or function and records the resources associated with the intended
            output. An individual MDEP applies uniquely to one of the following six management areas:

       a.   Missions of Modified Tables of Organization and Equipment (MTOE) units. An MTOE MDEP links resources to the
            wartime mission of an organization and its assigned MTOE units. Examples of organizations covered include Army
            divisions, brigades, and corps support commands. The MDEP will contain funds for mission related needs such as
            fuel, supplies, and unit training. The MDEP will also contain military manpower. It can contain civilian pay and
            augmentation manpower.

       b.   Missions of Table of Distribution and Allowance (TDA) units and Army wide standard functions. A TDA MDEP
            identifies resources required to carry out the mission of a TDA organization. A standard function MDEP identifies
            resources required to perform such standard functions as health care and CHAMPUS, or printing and publishing.

       c.   Missions of Standard Installation Organizations (SIOs). An SIO MDEP identifies resources to perform specific base
            operations, such as supply operations, personnel support, and operation of utility services.

       d.   Acquisition, fielding, and sustainment of weapon and information systems. A weapon (and materiel) system or
            information system MDEP contains resources used to develop, buy, field, or sustain new systems. Such MDEPs can
            also contain resources for research and development activities unrelated to specific systems. (Linkage to units exists
            through HQDA decision support systems.)

       e.   Special Visibility Programs (SVPs). An SVP MDEP crosses two or more management areas to define and protect
            resources having high-level interest. This may be an issue that is the subject of a report required by Congress, OSD,
            or the Army leadership. Another example is Military Personnel, Army (MPA) and Retired Pay Accrual MDEPs.
            Periodic review by PAED with ASA(FM), DCSOPS, and proponent agencies determines when to discontinue special
            visibility. HQDA then transfers MDEP resources to a permanent management structure.

       f.   Short Term Projects (STPs). An STP MDEP is a temporary structure. It defines and protects resources for a
            designated project of specified duration. An STP MDEP may define an Army Management Review issue, a base
            closure, a force structure realignment, or other short term projects. When building the POM or budget, an STP MDEP
            can also define a resource programmatic adjustment overtime.

2.          During programming, MDEPs provide useful visibility. They assist Army managers, decision makers, and leaders to
            assess program worth, confirm compliance, and rank resource claimants. During budgeting, MDEPs help convey
            approved programs and priorities into budget estimates. They also assist HQDA Program Evaluation Groups post
            program changes caused by budget decisions and approved funding. During execution, the posted MDEPs help
            HQDA principals and commanders of Major Army Commands (MACOMs) and other operating agencies track program
            and financial performance. The financial data they get as feedback helps determine future requirements.

3.          The functional proponent for this chapter is Office of the Director of Program Analysis and Evaluation, HQDA, ATTN:
            DACS-DPD, Room 3C738, Pentagon, Washington, DC 20310-0200, DSN 227-8631. Technical questions concerning
            MDEP codes, definitions and validity by FY should be addressed to the functional proponent. You may also receive
            an electronic version (on floppy disk) of the data in this chapter by sending your request to the functional proponent.
            Address electronic message requests through DDN to user ID: MDEP%FOR3083@MELPAR-EMH1.ARMY.MIL.

4.          NAMING PROTOCOL FOR 4-POSITION MDEP CODE – The following list represents the architecture since FY 1993.



A***                                   Logistics/Transportation

                            AD**       ARMY WORKING CAPITAL FUND – Logistic Activities
                            AM**       Maintenance Activities
                            AR**       Army Reserve
                            AS**       Supply Activities
                            A2**       2nd Destination Transportation

                            BR**       Base Realignment Cost (Short Term Project)

D***                                   Mobilization/Deployment

E***                                   Engineer Revitalization and Activities

                            FA**       Field Operating Agencies

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                     FL**   Fielding Systems (Intensively Managed NON-Program Executive Office)
                     FP**   Fielding Systems (Program Eeecutive Office Intensively Managed)
                     FT**   Fielding & Weapon Materiel Systems

                     GP**   National Foreign Intelligence Program

                     HP**   Historic Properties

                     HS**   Health Services/Medical Activities

J***                        Joint/DOD Activities

M***                        Information Management

                     MP**   Program Executive Office Managed Information/Communication Systems
                     MR**   NON-Program Executive Office Strategic/Defense Systems
                     MS**   NON-Program Executive Office Intensively Managed Information/Communication Systems
                     MT**   NON-Program Executive Office Tactical Information/Communication Systems
                     MU**   NON-Program Executive Office Sustaining Base Information/Communications Systems
                     MX**   NON-Program Executive Office Information/Communication Support Activities

                     NG**   National Guard Activities

                     PA**   Pay and Subsistence Active Component
                     PE**   Program Executive Officer(PEO) Operations
                     PN**   Pay and Subsistence National Guard
                     PR**   Pay and Subsistence US Army Reserve

Q***                        Standard Installation Organization (SIO)

R***                        RDA (NON-IM or Program Executive Office Managed)

                     RA**   Close Combat
                     RB**   Fire Support
                     RC**   Air Defense
                     RD**   Aviation
                     RE**   Ammunition
                     RF**   Engineering and Mine Warfare
                     RG**   Nuclear, Biological, Chemical
                     RH**   Intelligence Electronic Warfare
                     RJ**   Combat Service Support
                     RK**   Science and Technology Base
                     RL**   Test Evaluation
                     RN**   Base Support
                     RP**   Training
                     RR**   Rebuild Recapitalization
                     RU**   Recapitalization Upgrade

S***                        Sustaining Systems

                     SL**   Sustaining Systems (Intensively Managed NON-Program Executive Office)
                     SP**   Program Executive Office Sustaining Systems (Intensively Managed)

T***                        Training

                     TA**   Active Force
                     TB**   Simulators/Training Devices
                     TC**   Combined Training Centers
                     TD**   Joint/Defense
                     TF**   Other Services
                     TN**   National Guard Bureau
                     TR**   Army Reserve
                     TS**   Support

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                              USM*      US Military Academy

V***                                    Special Visibility

                              VCN*      Counternarcotic Programs

W***                                    MTOE Organizations

                              WO**      TDA Activities: Active Army

X***                                    TDA Activities: Active Army

Y***                                    MTOE organizations: components 5 through 9

                              YO**      TDA Activities: components 5 through 9

Z***                                    Structure Realignment Costs and Savings (Short Term Project)




5. COLUMN HEADINGS

       SMDEP         Summary detail MDEP Codes
       MDEP          Detail MDEP Codes.
       BGFY          Indicates the first fiscal year that the applicable MDEP can receive resources from program purposes. For
                     budget execution/accounting purposes, the fiscal year of an accounting classification using an MDEP cannot
                     be prior to the BGFY.
       TMFY          Indicates the final fiscal year that the applicable MDEP can receive resources for program purposes. For
                     budget execution/accounting purposes, the fiscal year of an accounting classification using an MDEP cannot
                     be later than the TMFY.
       PEG           Program Evaluation Group
       SUCC          Successor MDEP to which resources have been transferred
       TITLE         MDEP Title. (Acronyms allowed)


6. SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS.


               a.       MDEPS beginning with a Z--- are valid for programming and budgeting purposes and are not used by
                        accounting with the exception of those annotated otherwise. Special instructions for these MDEPs are
                        issued in Programming and Budgeting Guidance by Headquarters Department of the Army.

               b.       MDEP reporting is required for selected Army and Defense appropriations while they are in an unexpired
                        account status.

                        They are as follows:

ARMY

                    21 * 0720           MCA                  Family Housing, Army (Military Construction)
                    21 * 0721           MCA                  Family Housing, Army Recovery Act (Military Construction)
                    21 * 0725 &         O&M                  Family Housing, Army (Operation and Maintenance)
                    Pseudo
                    21 *0726            O&M                  Family Housing, Army Recovery Act (Operation and Maintenance)
                    21 *1004,           MERHC                Medicare Eligible Retiree Health Fund Contribution Accounts
                    21 *1005
                     21 *1006
                    21 * 1096           IRRF                 Iraq Relief and Reconstruction Fund-Appropriated, Army
                    21 * 2010 &         MPA                  Military Pay, Army
                    Pseudos
                    21 * 2020 &         O&M                  Operation and Maintenance, Army
                    Pseudos
                    21 * 2022           O&M                  Operation and Maintenace, Army, Recovery Act

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             21 * 2031 &        APA          Aircraft Procurement, Army (Direct program only – reporting of
             Pseudos                         reimbursable program is no longer required)
             21 * 2032          APA          Missile Procurement, Army (Direct program only – reporting of
                                             reimbursable program is no longer required)
             21 * 2033 &        APA          Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army (Direct
             Pseudos                         program only – reporting of reimbursable program is no longer required)
             21 * 2034 &        APA          Procurement of Ammunition, Army (Direct program only – reporting of
             Pseudo                          reimbursable program is no longer required)
             21 * 2035 &        APA          Other Procurement, Army (Direct program only – reporting of
             Pseudos                         reimbursable program is no longer required)
             21 * 2040 &        RDTE         Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Army
             Pseudo
             21 * 2041          RDTE         Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Army Recovery Act
             21 X 2040          RDTE         Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Army
             21 * 2050 &        MCA          Military Construction, Army
             Pseudo
             21 * 2051          MCA          Military Construction, Army Recovery Act
             21X2050            MCA          Military Construction, Army
             21 * 2060 &        MPA          National Guard Personnel, Army
             Pseudo
             21 * 2065 &        O&M          Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard
             Pseudos
             21 * 2066          O&M          Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard, Recovery Act
             21 X 2065          O&M          Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard
             21 * 2070 &        MPA          Military Pay, Army Reserve
             Pseudo
             21 * 2080 &        O&M          Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve
             Pseudos
             21 * 2081          O&M          Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve, Recovery Act
             21 * 2085          MCA          Military Construction, Army National Guard
             21 * 2086 &        MCA          Military Construction, Army Reserve
             Pseudo
             21 X 2089          IRRF         Iraq Relief and Reconstruction Fund, Army
             21 * 2090          OECPA        Operating Expenses of the Coalition Provisional Authority
             21 X 2090          OECPA-IG     Operating Expenses of the Coalition Provisional Authority-Inspector
                                             General
             21 * 2091          ASFFA        Afghanistan Security Forces Fund, Army
             21 * 2092          ISFFA        Iraq Security Forces Fund, Army
             21 * 2093          JIEDDF       Joint Improvised Explosive Devices Defeat Fund
             21 *2094           MCA          Military Construction, Army National Guard, Recovery Act
             21 X 6098 &        DSIA         Disbursement of Seized Iraqi Assets, Army
             Pseudo
             21 * 0720          MCA          Family Housing, Army (Military Construction)
             21 * 0725 &        O&M          Family Housing, Army (Operation and Maintenance)
             Pseudo


DEFENSE

               97 * 0130              DHP    Defense Health Program, Defense

               97 * 0150              DHP    Defense Health Program, Recovery Act

               97 * 0390 &            CAMD   Chemical Agents and Munitions Destruction, Army (multi-year)
               Pseudo
               97 X 0833              ERFD   Emergency Response Fund, Defense
               97 X 4090              HAF    Homeowners Assistance Fund, Defense
               97 X 4930.A***         AWCF   ARMY WORKING CAPITAL FUND, Defense




   1997. .    Program Evaluation Group

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                                        PEG        TITLE

                                        EE         EQUIPPING
                                        II         INSTALLATIONS
                                        MM         MANNING
                                        OO         ORGANIZING
                                        SS         SUSTAINING
                                        TT         TRAINING
                                        UU         UN ASSIGNED


     This chapter has been divided in two sections to facilitate different user perspectives: To aid readability, a blank line was inserted
     every time one of the first two MDEP code characters changed.

     Section 1 : Includes all MDEPs valid in the current fiscal year, the budget fiscal year, and all subsequent ―out years‖. Its
     characteristics include:


      -            Target Audience – A&E and Budget at the departmental level
      -            Sort Sequence – PEG, then MDEP code.
      -            Content – MDEPs currently open.
      -            Other – No Summary MDEP structure shown because of the PEG dominant sort.

    Section 2: Includes all MEDPs. Its characteristics include:

-                  Target Audience – all MDEP users at all organizational levels
-                  Sort Sequence – MDEP code
-                  Content – all MDEP‘s, regardless of FY range




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                                           EE EQUIPPING
SMDEP   MDEP   PEG    BGFY   TMFY   SUCC               TITLE
A****                                      LOGISTICS/TRANSPORTATION

AR**           EE                          ARMY RESERVE

        AR1R   EE     1993   OPEN          RESERVE COMPONENT EQUIPMENT MODERNIZATION
                                           FUNDS AR/NG FIELDING FOR DISPLACED (CASCADED)
                                           EQUIPMENT. INCLUDES DISPLACED EQUIPMENT TRAINING,
                                           TRAVEL, SECOND DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION, MINOR
                                           FACILITY MODIFICATIONS, FIELDING LOGISTICS. WHERE
                                           POSSIBLE. ALSO FUNDS EXTRAORDINARY AR/NG PERSONNEL
                                           REQUIREMENTS IN SUPPORT OF AR/NG FIELDING.



E***           EE                          ENGINEER REVITALIZATION AND ACTIVITIES

        E3RC   EE     1992   OPEN          TRAMO
                                           CLASSIFIED PROGRAM. PROGRAM DIRECTED BY OSD.
                                           SECARMY IS THE EXECUTIVE AGENT. PROJECT AUTHORITY
                                           AND FUNDING LEVELS REVIEWED ANNUALLY BY THE DA
                                           EXECUTIVE SPECIAL ACCESS PROGRAM OVERSITE
                                           COMMITTEE (SAPOC). DAILY OVERSITE CONDUCTED BY THE
                                           TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT OFFICE (TMO).

FA**           EE                          FIELD OPERATING AGENCIES

        FADI   EE     1988   OPEN          ARMY SPECTRUM MANAGEMENT
                                           SUPPORTS TOTAL ARMY WITH SPECTRUM MGT/C-E SERVICES.
                                           COORDINATES ARMY ACTIVITIES PERTAINING TO THE
                                           MILITARY COMMUNICATIONS-ELECTRONICS BOARD (MCEB).
                                           DEVELOPS AND RECOMMENDS PLANS AND POLICIES FOR THE
                                           DESIGN AND ALLOCATION OF CALL SIGNS, AIGS, AND
                                           LICENSING OF SHIPBOARD RADIO STATIONS. ASSIGNS,
                                           ISSUES, AND CONTROLS ARMY CALL SIGNS, AIGS, AND
                                           SHIPBOARD AUTHORIZATIONS. PREPARES, PRINTS, AND
                                           DISTRIBUTES ASSIGNED ALLIED (JANAPS) AND OTHER
                                           RELATED COMMUNICATIONS PUBLICATIONS. PARTICIPATES
                                           IN THE I, ENHANCEMENT, AND CLARIFICATION OF
                                           COMMUNICATIONS OPERATING METHODS, PROCEDURES, AND
                                           INSTRUCTIONS.

        FASP   EE     1989   OPEN          ARMY SPACE/MISSILE DEFENSE COMMAND
                                           MDEP FUNDS RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT
                                           OF ARMY SPACE AND MISSILE DEFENSE PROGRAMS,
                                           SYSTEMS AND FUNCTIONS BEING EXECUTED BY THE ARMY
                                           COMPONENT FOR U.S. SPACE COMMAND.

FL**           EE                          FIELDING SYSTEMS (INTENSIVELY MANAGED NON-PROGRAM
                                           EXECUTIVE OFFICE)

        FL6P   EE     1988   OPEN          UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLE (UAV)
                                           UAVS ARE A FAMILY OF UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLE
                                           SYSTEMS, PROVIDING COMMANDERS NEAR-REAL-TIME
                                           RECONNAISSANCE, SURVEILLANCE, AND TARGET
                                           ACQUISITION (RSTA), AND BATTLE DAMAGE ASSESSMENT
                                           (BDA) THROUGH SIGINT, IMINT, AND TARGETING SENSORS.
                                           THE SHADOW IS THE GROUND MANEUVER COMMANDER‘S
                                           PRIMARY DAY/NIGHT RSTA SYSTEM, PROVIDING ENHANCED
                                           SITUATIONAL AWARENESS BDA CAPABILITIES. THE HUNTER
                                           OPERATES AS THE ARMY‘S INTERIM EXTENDED RANGE/MULTI-
                                           PURPOSE (ER/MP) UAV PROVIDING EXPANDED RSTA AND BDA
                                           CAPABILITIES AT CORPS LEVEL. THE EXTENDED
                                           RANGE/MULTI-PURPOSE (ER/MP) UAV WILL SUPPORT THE
                                           CORPS OR UNIT OF EMPLOYMENT AND/OR ITS SUBORDINATE
                                           UNITS OF ACTION WITH ―ACTIONABLE INTELLIGENCE‖

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                                           THROUGH ITS LONG ENDURANCE RSTA, BDA,
                                           COMMUNICATIONS RELAY, AND WEAPONS CAPABILITIES.

        FL6Y   EE     1988   OPEN          FIRE SUPPORT VEHICLE (FSV)
                                           FIELDS THE M7 AND A3 BRADLEY FIRE SUPPORT (BFIST)
                                           VEHICLE AND M707 STRIKER. PROVIDES FOR EFFICIENT FIRE
                                           SUPPORT PLANNING, COORDINATION AND EXECUTION. THE
                                           BFIST SYSTEM REPLACES THE M981 FISTV AT THE FIRE
                                           SUPPORT TEAM (FIST)LEVEL. THE STRIKER REPLACES THE
                                           M981AT THE COMBAT OBSERVATION LASING TEAM (COLT)
                                           LEVEL. THE FIRE SUPPORT MISSION EQUIPMENT PACKAGE
                                           (MEP) WILL PROVIDE THE BFIST AND STRIKER THE CAPABILITY
                                           TO AUTOMATE THE COMMAND AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS
                                           REQUIRED TO CONTROL FIRE SUPPORT ASSETS.

        FL8D   EE     1989   OPEN          COMBAT SUPPORT MEDICAL
                                           MDEP PROVIDES FUNDING FOR FORCE HEALTH PROTECTION
                                           PROGRAMS: MEDICAL ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT FOR
                                           DEVICES AND DRUGS/ VACCINES, CLASS VIII MEDICAL
                                           MATERIEL AND EQUIPMENT FOR DEPLOYABLE MEDICAL
                                           FORCE STRUCTURES, AND MEDICAL COMMUNICATION
                                           HARDWARE FOR ARMY AND JOINT BATTLEFIELD SOFTWARE
                                           APPLICATIONS.

        FL8G   EE     1989   OPEN          TEST, MEASUREMENT, AND DIAGNOSTIC EQUIPMENT
                                           MDEP PROVIDES FUNDING FOR THE INTEGRATED FAMILY OF
                                           TEST EQUIPMENT (IFTE), ELECTRO-OPTICS TEST FACILITY
                                           (EOTF), ALSO KNOWN AS BASE SHOP TEST FACILITY (V)5. THE
                                           IFTE WILL SATISFY TEST AND DIAGNOSTIC REQUIREMENTS
                                           FOR FORWARD-LOOKING INFRARED SYSTEMS, THERMAL
                                           IMAGING DEVICES, LASER DESIGNATORS/RANGE FINDERS,
                                           TELEVISION CAMERAS AND DSIPLAY SYSTEMS, DIRECT VIEW
                                           OPTICS SYSTEMS AND TRACKERS.

        FL8R   EE     2001   OPEN          ARMY DIAGNOSTIC IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (ADIP)
                                           THE ARMY DIAGNOSTICS IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (ADIP) IS A
                                           CSA INITIATIVE TO IMPLEMENT IMPROVED
                                           DIAGNOSTIC/PROGNOSTIC CAPABILITY IN THE MAINTENANCE
                                           OF ARMY EQUIPMENT, WITH THE OBJECTIVE OF O&S COST
                                           REDUCTIONS AND IMPROVED EQUIPMENT READINESS. ADIP
                                           USES A HORIZONTAL TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION (HTI)
                                           APPROACH TO DEVELOP, MANAGE, INTEGRATE AND FIELD
                                           COMPONENTS OF MAJOR WEAPONS WITH A COMMON
                                           DIAGNOSTIC ARCHITECTURE, AND OPTIMIZES USE OF
                                           COMMON DIAGNOSTIC TECHNOLOGIES IN SUPPORT OF
                                           FIELDED AND EMERGING WEAPON SYSTEMS.

        FLTT   EE     1990   OPEN          OTHER FOR MODERNIZATION FIELDING
                                           FUNDS RDTE FOR HORIZONTAL BATTLEFIELD DIGIZATION.
                                           FUNDS OMA FOR CONTRACTOR LOGISTICS SUPPORT AND
                                           COMBAT DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES NOT WEAPON-SYSTEM
                                           SPECIFIC. FUNDS OMA FOR SELECTION ACQUISITION
                                           ACTIVITIES OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND FOR AUTOMATION
                                           SUPPORT.


FP**           EE                          FIELDING SYSTEMS (PROGRAM EXECUTIVE OFFICE
                                           INTENSIVELY MANAGED)

        FPDB   EE     1991   OPEN          AERIAL COMMON SENSOR (ACS)
                                           ACS IS THE ARMY-LED, JOINT AIRBORNE ISR SYSTEM THAT
                                           MEETS THE ARMY‘S AND THE NAVY‘S REQUIREMENTS FOR A
                                           WORLDWIDE, SELF-DEPLOYABLE ASSET THAT CAN BEGIN
                                           OPERATIONS IMMEDIATELY UPON ARRIVAL INTO THEATER, IN
                                           FRONT OF, OR ALONG SIDE OF THE FUTURE FORCE.
                                           DISTRIBUTED, WIDE AREA, PERSISTENT SURVEILLANCE
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SMDEP   MDEP   PEG    BGFY   TMFY   SUCC                TITLE
                                           THROUGHOUT THE BREADTH OF FUTURE FORCE AND JOINT
                                           OPERATIONS AREA BATTLE SPACE, MULTI-INTELLIGENCE
                                           PRECISION TARGETING, INCLUDING SIGINT, IMINT AND
                                           MASINT, AND THE USE OF DCGS –A FOR THE GROUND
                                           STATION COMPONENT, ENSURES THE RELEVANCE OF ACS
                                           THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE SPECTRUM OF OPERATIONS. ACS,
                                           VIA ROBUST SENSOR-TO-SHOOTER AND REACHBACK LINKS
                                           WILL PROVIDE COMMANDERS, AT EVERY ECHELON, THE
                                           TAILORED, MULTI-SENSOR INTELLIGENCE REQUIRED FOR
                                           DOMINANT MANEUVER, PRECISION ENGAGEMENT AND
                                           DECISION SUPERIORITY THROUGHOUT A NON-LINEAR
                                           FRAMEWORK AND NON-CONTIGUOUS BATTLE SPACE. ON-
                                           BOARD BATTLE COMMAND, AND COMMUNICATIONS RELAY
                                           PACKAGES, WILL ENSURE UNINTERRUPTED, JOINT
                                           INTEGRATED C4I.

        FPDD   EE     1992   OPEN          JOINT TACTICAL TERMINAL (JTT)
                                           JTT ACCESSES THE INTEGRATED BROADCAST SERVICE (IBS)
                                           TO DELIVER AND RECEIVE CRITICAL, TIME SENSITIVE,
                                           BATTLEFIELD INTELLIGENCE AND TARGETING INFORMATION
                                           TO COMMANDERS FOR TARGETING, THREAT AVOIDANCE,
                                           BATTLE MANAGEMENT, MISSION PLANNING AND SENSOR
                                           CUEING.

        FPDE   EE     1991   OPEN          NIGHT VISION
                                           SUPPORTS RDTE AND PROCUREMENT OF ARMY NVEO
                                           DEVICES. NIGHT VISION ELECTRO-OPTIC DEVICES ARE USED
                                           ON AIRCRAFT, WEAPONS, AND COMBAT VEHICLES, AND BY
                                           INDIVIDUAL SOLDIERS. CURRENT NVEO DEVICES INCLUDE:
                                           AN/PVS-7 AND 14 NIGHT VISION GOGGLES; AN/AVS-6 AVIATOR;
                                           AN/PEQ-2 AND AN/PAQ-4 INFRARED AIMING LIGHT SYSTEMS.
                                           NVEO DEVICES ALLOW THE COMMANDER THE ABILITY TO
                                           CONDUCT OPERATIONS IN ALL WEATHER AND IN DARKNESS.

        FPDG   EE     1992   OPEN          CRUISE MISSILE DEFENSE
                                           FUNDS DEVELOPMENT AND PRODUCTION OF THE GROUND
                                           BASED RADAR SYSTEM AND PROVIDES EVOLUTIONARY
                                           SPIRAL 1 JLENS – 35-METER CLASS AEROSTAT WITH A
                                           MODIFIED SENTINEL ETRAC RADAR TO ENABLE SLAAMRAM.
                                           PERMITS THE ARMY‘S CMD ACCELERATION INITIATIVE TO
                                           PROVIDE A FULL ORBIT JLENS (SURVEILLANCE RADAR AND
                                           FIRE CONTROL RADAR) CONTINGENCY DEPLOYABLE
                                           CAPABILITY BY FY08, FOLLOWED BY A SYSTEM FUE IN FY10,
                                           TO COUNTER THE EMERGING CRUISE MISSILE THREAT, AS
                                           VALIDATED BY DIA.

        FPDH   EE     1991   OPEN          TARGET ACQUISITION SENSORS
                                           TARGET ACQUISITION SENSOR SYSTEMS. MDEP SUPPORTS
                                           FIELD ARTILLERY FIREFINDER COUNTER MORTAR / BATTERY
                                           RADAR SYSTEMS WHOSE PRIMARY MISSION IS TO LOCATE
                                           ENEMY MORTAR AND ARTILLERY POSITIONS FOR RAPID
                                           COUNTERFIRE. AN/TPQ-36(v)8 UPGRADES INCLUDE
                                           CONVERSION FROM 70‘S TECHNOLOGY COMPUTER SYSTEMS
                                           TO COMMON HARDWARE / SOFTWARE (chs). AN/TPQ-37
                                           UPGRADES INCLUDE MECHANICAL IMPROVEMENTS FOR
                                           INCREASED MOBILITY, QUICKER C-130 ROLL-ON/ROLL-OFF
                                           CAPABILITY, AND REPLACEMENT OF FAILING COMPONENTS
                                           FOR INCREASED MEAN TIME BETWEEN FAILURE (MTBF) OF
                                           THE SYSTEM. THESE FUNDS ARE IN THE MOD-IN-SERV LINE.
                                           THE AN/TPQ-47 REPLACES THE AGING Q-37 AND DOUBLES THE
                                           ARTILLERY AND ROCKET DETECTION CAPABILITIES AND ADDS
                                           A 300KM MISSILE DETECTION CAPABILITY. THE Q-47 LINE ALSO
                                           INCLUDES FUNDS FOR TRAINING DEVICES.

        FPDL   EE     1991   OPEN          INTELLIGENCE, SURVEILLANCE AND RECONNAISSANCE (ISR)
                                           GROUND COLLECTION
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                                           INTELLIGENCE, SURVEILLANCE AND RECONNAISSANCE (ISR)
                                           GROUND COLLECTION. ISR GROUND COLLECTION SUPPORTS
                                           THE DIVISION, ACR, AND SBCT COMMANDERS WITH ORGANIC,
                                           RELEVANT, PERSISTENT AND ALL-WEATHER MEASUREMENT
                                           AND SIGNATURES INTELLIGENCE (MASINT) AND
                                           COMMUNICATIONS INTELLIGENCE (COMINT) CAPABILITIES.
                                           MEETS THEIR BATTLEFIELD AWARENESS AND FORCE
                                           PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS.

        FPDP   EE     1992   OPEN          DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND SYSTEM, ARMY (DCGS-A)
                                           DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND SYSTEM – ARMY (DCGS-A)
                                           SUPPORTS THE FUTURE COMBAT SYSTEM (FCS) AND FUTURE
                                           FORCE COMMANDER‘S ABILITY TO EXECUTE BATTLE
                                           COMMAND, SYNCHRONIZE FIRES AND EFFECTS, ACHIEVE
                                           SITUATIONAL UNDERSTANDING, AND PROTECT THE FORCE.
                                           DCGS-A PROVIDES COMMANDERS ACCESS TO INTELLIGENCE,
                                           SURVEILLANCE AND RECONNAISSANCE (ISR) CAPABILITIES
                                           AND DATA ACROSS ECHELONS FROM STRATEGIC TO
                                           TACTICAL LEVELS, SUPPORTS TACTICAL EXPLOITATION OF
                                           NATIONAL CAPABILITIES (TENCAP), SYNCHRONIZES ISR
                                           TASKING, POSTING, PROCESSING AND USING (TPPU) OF
                                           INFORMATION; AND OPERATES IN A NETWORK WITH MULTIPLE
                                           LEVELS OF SECURITY. DCGS-A INVESTS IN AND EXPLOITS
                                           EMERGING TENCAP TECHNOLOGIES; LEVERAGES NRO,
                                           SERVICES AND DOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
                                           ADVANCEMENTS; SUPPORTS TECHNOLOGY INSERTION
                                           THROUGH PARTICIPATION IN
                                           EXERCISES AND DEMONSTRATIONS.

        FPDQ   EE     1992   OPEN          COMBAT IDENTIFICATION SYSTEMS
                                           MDEP FUNDS RDTE AND PROCUREMENT OF COMBAT
                                           IDENTIFICATION SYSTEMS TO MINIMIZE FRATRICIDE ON THE
                                           BATTLEFIELD. IT INCLUDES THE CAPABILITY TO
                                           AUTOMATICALLY IDENTIFY FRIEND OR FOE IN GROUND TO
                                           GROUND AND AIR TO GROUND ENGAGEMENTS. FUNDS THE
                                           NEAR-TERM BATTLEFIELD COMBAT IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM.

        FPDT   EE     1994   OPEN          SECOND GENERATION FORWARD LOOKING INFRARED
                                           (FLIR)/OWN NIGHT
                                           SECOND GENERATION FLIR IS A NIGHT-VISION DEVICE THAT IS
                                           APPLIED TO VARIOUS WEAPON PLATFORMS: E.G. ABRAMS,
                                           BRADLEY, APACHE LONGBOW, AND LONG RANGE ADVANCED
                                           SCOUT SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM (LRAS3). THE HORIZONTAL
                                           TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION (HTI) SECOND GENERATION FLIR
                                           EFFORT WILL UPGRADE CURRENTLY FIELDED FIRST
                                           GENERATION FLIR SENSORS TO SECOND GENERATION
                                           CAPABILITIES, GREATLY ENHANCING LETHALITY OF WEAPONS
                                           SYSTEMS AND ABILITY TO CONDUCT LONG RANGE
                                           RECONNAISSANCE, SURVEILLANCE, AND TARGET
                                           ACQUISITION MISSIONS. OTHER SYSTEMS INCLUDE DRIVER‘S
                                           VISION ENHANCER AND THERMAL WEAPONS SIGHTS.

        FPED   EE     1991   OPEN          AIRCRAFT SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT (ASE)
                                           MDEP PROVIDES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT AND FIELDING OF
                                           AN ADVANCED THREAT INFRARED (IR)
                                           COUNTERMEASURES/COMMON MISSILE WARNING SYSTEM
                                           (ATIRCM/CMWS) AND A SUITE OF RADIO FREQUENCY (RF)
                                           COUNTERMEASURES (SIRFC) FOR USE ON ARMY AIRCRAFT.
                                           THESE SYSTEMS WILL PROVIDE FOR MISSILE DETECTION AND
                                           WARNING, TRACKING, SITUATIONAL AWARENESS, AND
                                           AUTOMATIC ACTIVATION OF COUNTERMEASURES TO ENSURE
                                           AIRCRAFT SURVIVABILITY AGAINST THE HIGHEST KNOWN
                                           THREAT IR AND RF ANTI-AIR MISSILE SYSTEMS.
                                           ADDITIONALLY PROVIDES FOR UPGRADING THE AIRCRAFT
                                           SURVIVABILITY EQUIPMENT TRAINER (ASET IV) AND THE
                                           PROCURING OF THE AN/AVR-2B LASER WARNING RECEIVER
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        FPEE   EE     1991   OPEN          AIRCREW INTEGRATED SYSTEMS
                                           THIS MDEP PROVIDES FUNDING FOR THE AIRCREW VARIANT
                                           OF LAND WARRIOR , THE ARMY‘S BASE SOLDIER SYSTEM
                                           PROGRAM. FUNDS A GROUP OF PROGRAMS TO PROVIDE
                                           SOLDIER SYSTEMS EQUIPMENT THAT IMPROVES AIRCREW
                                           SAFETY, INCREASES AIRCREW SURVIVABLILITY AND
                                           ENHANCES AIRCREW ENDURANCE AND PERFORMANCE
                                           THROUGHOUT THE FLIGHT PROFILE UNDER ALL OPERATIONAL
                                           CONDITIONS AND THREAT ENVIRONMENTS.

        FPEF   EE     1991   OPEN          KIOWA WARRIOR
                                           OH-58D KIOWA WARRIOR IS A SINGLE ENGINE, 4-BLADE MAIN
                                           ROTOR, SCOUT HELICOPTER WITH LOW-LIGHT TELEVISION,
                                           THERMAL IMAGING SYSTEM, AND LASER RANGE
                                           FINDER/DESIGNATOR INCORPORATED INTO A MAST MOUNTED
                                           SIGHT (MMS). A TOTAL OF 385 KIOWA WARRIORS ARE
                                           FIELDED TO DIVISION CAVALRY AND LIGHT DIVISION ATTACK
                                           BATTALIONS. THE ARMED CAPABILITY INCLUDES 50 CALIBER
                                           MACHINE GUN, 2.75 ROCKETS OR AIR-TO-AIR STINGER
                                           MISSILE AND HELLFIRE ANTI-ARMOR MISSILE SYSTEM. THE
                                           KIOWA WARRIOR IS AN INTERIM RECONNAISSANCE
                                           HELICOPTER CAPABLE OF OPERATING IN DAY OR NIGHT
                                           CONDITIONS. THE KIOWA WARRIOR WILL BE REPLACED BY
                                           THE RAH-66 COMMANCHE.

        FPEG   EE     1991   OPEN          BLACKHAWK
                                           RDTE, PROCUREMENT, MILCON AND FIELDING OF UH60
                                           (BLACKHAWK), A TWIN ENGINE, SINGLE ROTOR HELICOPTER
                                           USED IN PERFORMANCE OF THE AIR ASSAULT, AIR CAVALRY,
                                           AND AEROMEDICAL EVACUATION MISSIONS. IT IS DESIGNED
                                           TO CARRY A CREW OF FOUR AND ELEVEN COMBAT-EQUIPPED
                                           TROOPS OR AN EXTERNAL LOAD UP TO 9000 POUNDS. IT
                                           PERFORMS THE MISSIONS OF TRANSPORTING TROOPS AND
                                           EQUIPMENT INTO COMBAT, RESUPPLYING THE TROOPS, AND
                                           PERFORMING ASSOCIATED FUNCTIONS. UNIT SET IS AN
                                           ASSAULT HELICOPTER COMPANY OF FIFTEEN AIRCRAFT OR A
                                           GENERAL SUPPORT COMPANY OF EIGHT AIRCRAFT.


        FPEH   EE     1991   OPEN          CHINOOK-47
                                           MDEP RESOURCES THE CH-47 MODIFICATION PROGRAM
                                           CONSISTING OF RDTE, PROCUREMENT, AND O&M. THE MAJOR
                                           PROGRAMS INCLUDE THE IMPROVED CARGO HELICOPTER
                                           (ICH) WHICH IS A SERVICE LIFE PROGRAM TO ENTEND THE
                                           LIFE OF THE FORTY-YEAR OLD AIRFRAMES BY TWENTY
                                           YEARS. THE OTHER MAJOR MODIFICATION IS AN ENGINE
                                           CONVERSION PROGRAM. THE REMAINDER OF THE FUNDS
                                           PAY FOR MODIFICATIONS FOR SAFETY ISSUES, OPERATIONAL
                                           REQUIREMENTS, OR CONGRESSIONALLY MANDATED
                                           CHANGES.

        FPEL   EE     1991   OPEN          LONGBOW APACHE
                                           THE LONGBOW APACHE IS A HELICOPTER SYSTEM WHICH
                                           CONDUCTS READ, CLOSE, AND DEEP OPERATIONS ON THE
                                           BATTLEFIELD. IT ALSO CONDUCTS DEEP PRECISION STRIKES,
                                           PROVIDES AIR ASSAULT CAPABILITY, AND THE ARMED
                                           RECONNAISSANCE MISSION WHEN REQUIRED.

        FPEP   EE     1991   OPEN          AVIONICS
                                           MDEP PROVIDES RDTE AND PROCUREMENT FOR AVIONICS
                                           PROGRAMS SUPPORTING COMMAND AND CONTROL
                                           DIGITIZATION, NAVIGATION, SURVEILLANCE,
                                           COMMUNICATIONS AND GLOBAL AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT
                                           (GATM) REQUIREMENTS. MDEP PROGRAMS INCLUDE
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                                           IMPROVED DATA MODEM (IDM), AIRBORNE JTRS, AVIATION
                                           MISSION PLANNING SYSTEMS (AMPS), ARC-220 HF LONG
                                           RANGE NLOS, JOINT PRECISION APPROACH AND LANDING
                                           SYSTEM, GPS NAVIGATION SYSTEMS, ARMY AIRBORNE
                                           COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM (A2C2S), AND GATM.
                                           FUNDING ALSO SUPPORTS AVIONICS SPARES. THESE
                                           PROGRAMS ARE TIED TO AIRCRAFT PRODUCTION LINES,
                                           REMANUFACTURING AND SELECTED SYSTEM UPGRADES (P3I).
                                           PROGRAMS SUPPORT IMPROVED COMMAND AND CONTROL,
                                           IMPROVED DIGITIZATION CAPABILITIES AND SIGNIFICANT
                                           IMPROVEMENTS IN NAVIGATION AND LANDING SYSTEMS.

        FPER   EE     1994   2007          COMMANCHE
                                           COMMANCHE WILL BE A LIGHT WEIGHT, TWIN ENGINE,
                                           ADVANCED HELICOPTER TO REPLACE THE CURRENT LIGHT
                                           FLEET OF TACTICALLY OBSOLESCENT AH-1, OH-6, AND OH-58
                                           HELICOPTERS FOR THE PRIMARY MISSIONS OF LIGHT ATTACK
                                           AND ARMED RECONNAISSANCE. COMMANCHE PROVIDES
                                           ANTI-ARMOR, AIR-TO-AIR, AND AREA SUPPRESSIVE FIRE IN
                                           NIGHT ADVERSE WEATHER CONDITIONS AND AT 4000FT/95F.
                                           COMANCHE DEVELOPMENT SUPPORTS THE LEAP-AHEAD
                                           TECHNOLOGY TO POSTURE ARMY AVIATION INTO THE 21ST
                                           CENTURY WITH A SURVIVABLE AND SUPPORTABLE COMBAT
                                           AIRCRAFT THAT CAN FIGHT ACROSS THE SPECTRUM OF
                                           CONFLICT.

        FPES   EE     2005   OPEN          ARMED RECONNAISSANCE HELICOPTER
                                           ARMED RECONNAISSANCE HELICOPTER WILL BE A LIGHT
                                           WEIGHT, ARMED RECONNAISSANCE HELICOPTER TO
                                           REPLACE THE CURRENT LIGHT FLEET OF OH-58KW
                                           HELICOPTERS FOR THE PRIMARY MISSIONS OF LIGHT ATTACK
                                           AND ARMED RECONNAISSANCE. THE ARMED
                                           RECONNAISSANCE HELICOPTER WILL OFFER A RAPIDLY
                                           DEPLOYABLE CAPABILITY CAPABLE OF PROVIDING ARMED
                                           RECONNAISSANCE WITHIN THE MULTI-FUNCTIONAL AVIATION
                                           BRIGADE STRUCTURE.

        FPET   EE     2004   OPEN          LIGHT UTILITY HELICOPTER
                                           THE LIGHT UTILITY HELICOPTERS IS NEEDED TO REPLACE
                                           THE REMAINING UH-1 AND OH-58A/C AIRCRAFT. THE
                                           AIRCRAFT WILL BE A NON-DEVELOPMENTAL, COMMERCIAL
                                           OFF THE SHELF (COTS), FAA CERTIFIED HELICOPTER. THE
                                           LUH AIRCRAFT WAS APPROVED FOR 178 NON-DEPLOYABLE
                                           AIRCRAFT TO FILL TRAINING CENTER, TEST CENTER, AND
                                           GENERATING FORCE MEDEVAC REQUIREMENTS. LUH WAS
                                           ALSO APPROVED FOR 125 ARNG HOME LAND SECURITY
                                           REQUIREMENTS.

        FPFB   EE     1991   OPEN          AIR/ MSLS DEF BATTLE MGMT C41 (AMD BMC41)
                                           AMDCCS ENABLES THE DIGITIZED BATTLEFIELD MANAGEMENT
                                           OF ARMY AIR & MISSILE DEFENSE ASSETS TO INCREASE THE
                                           CHANCE FOR SUCCESSFUL ENGAGEMENT OF HOSTILE AERIAL
                                           TARGETS. FAADC2, CONSISTING OF COMPUTERS AND
                                           SPECIALIZED SOFTWARE, INTEGRATES SENSORS AND
                                           WEAPON PLATFORMS IN AVENGER, LINEBACKER AND
                                           MANPAD UNITS. AMDPCS PROVIDES THE C2 BACKBONE FOR
                                           ARMY AMD BRIGADES AND ARMY AIR & MISSILE DEFENSE
                                           COMMANDS. THE PROGRAMS ARE FULLY INTERGRATED WITH
                                           ARMY COMMAND & CONTROL SYSTEMS (ACCS) AND SERVES
                                           AS THE ACCS AIR DEFENSE NODE. MIDS ENABLES JOINT,
                                           ALLIED AND COALITION AMD INTEROPERABILITY AND THE
                                           EXCHANGE OF CRITICAL REAL TIME DATA VIA JOINT DATA
                                           NETWORK CONNECTIVITY.

        FPFD   EE     1992   OPEN          ENGINEER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
                                           SUPPORTS RDTE, PROCUREMENT, AND FIELDING OF
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                                           TACTICAL FIRE TRUCKS, CRITICAL GENERATOR SYSTEMS FOR
                                           THE PRIME POWER BATTALION (ONLY UNIT IN THE ARMY),
                                           CRITICAL DIVING EQUIPMENT (DECOMPRESSION CHAMBERS,
                                           UNDERWATER CONSTRUCTION SETS AND UPGRADES
                                           LIGHTWEIGHT DIVING SETS .

        FPFE   EE     1991   OPEN          CI/HUMINT SENSORS, SOURCES & PROCESSORS
                                           CI/HUMINT SENSORS, SOURCES & PROCESSORS (CIHSSP) IS A
                                           FAMILY OF SYSTEMS THAT SUPPORT COUNTERINTELLIGENCE
                                           (CI) HUMAN INTELLIGENCE (HUMINT) OPERATIONS. CIHSSP
                                           PRODUCTS PROVIDE THE CI/HUMINT SOLDIER WITH
                                           AUTOMATION SUPPORT FOR THE COLLECTION, ANALYSIS,
                                           PRODUCTION, AND DISSEMINATION OF HUMINT AND CI
                                           INFORMATION. CIHSSP PROGRAMS PROVIDE COMMANDERS
                                           CI AND HUMINT INFORMATION SPECIFICALLY TAILORED FOR
                                           FORCE PROTECTION AND THE WAR ON TERRORISM.

        FPFF   EE     1992   OPEN          INTEGRATED METEOROLOGICAL SYSTEM (IMETS)
                                           INTEGRATED METEOROLOGICAL SYSTEM (IMETS) PROVIDES
                                           COMMANDERS AT ALL ECHELONS WITH AN AUTOMATED
                                           TACTICAL WEATHER SYSTEM THAT RECEIVES, PROCESSES,
                                           AND DISSEMINATES WEATHER OBSERVATIONS, FORECASTS,
                                           AND PROVIDES ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS DECISION AIDS TO
                                           ALL BATTLEFIELD OPERATIONS SYSTEMS.

        FPFJ   EE     1991   OPEN          ARMY BATTLE COMMAND SYSTEM INTEGRATION
                                           PROVIDES FUNDING TO 5 PROGRAMS THAT SUPPORT ABCS
                                           INTEGRATION. COMMON HARDWARE/SOFTWARE (CHS/CSS)
                                           PROVIDE THE COMMON BASELINE AUTOMATION EQUIPMENT
                                           FOR EACH OF FIVE BATTLEFIELD FUNCTIONAL AREA
                                           COMMAND/CONTROL SYSTEMS (MANEUVER, AIR DEFENSE,
                                           INTELLIGENCE/ ELECTRONIC WARFARE, FIRE SUPPORT, AND
                                           COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT). TACTICAL OPERATIONS
                                           CENTERS (TOCS) AND STANDARDIZED INTEGRATED
                                           COMMAND POSTS SYSTEMS (SICPS) PROVIDES THE DIGITAL
                                           INTEGRATED COMMAND POSTS FOR THE WARFIGHTER.
                                           SYSTEMS ENGINEERING AND INTEGRATION (SE&I) PROVIDE
                                           INTEROPERABILITY ENGINEERING, ARCHITECTURE,
                                           PLANNING, AND TESTING OF ABCS TO ENSURE ALL ARMY
                                           SYSTEMS INTEROPERATE.

        FPFK   EE     1991   OPEN          COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT CENTRAL
                                           PROCURES THE BATTLE COMMAND SUSTAINMENT SUPPORT
                                           SYSTEM (BCS3) FOR THE TOTAL ARMY. BCS3 SUPPORTS THE
                                           PLANNING AND DECISION MAKING PROCESSES OF THE
                                           THEATER AND TACTICAL FORCE LEVEL COMMANDER. BCS3
                                           PROVIDES AN INTERFACE AND AN ANALYSIS TOOL BETWEEN
                                           ABCS AND GCSS-ARMY.

        FPFL   EE     1991   OPEN          FIRE SUPPORT C2 SYSTEMS
                                           SUPPORTS ADVANCED FIELD ARTILLERY TACTICAL DATA
                                           SYSTEM (AFATDS) RDA AND FIELDING. AS THE REPLACEMENT
                                           FOR THE OBSOLETE TACFIRE SYSTEM, AND THE INITIAL FIRE
                                           SUPPORT SYSTEMS, AFATDS INCORPORATES ADVANCES IN
                                           COMMUNICATION AND SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGY AND
                                           PROVIDES FULLY AUTOMATED FIRE SUPPORT PLANNING,
                                           COORDINATION, AND EXECUTION OF CLOSE SUPPORT,
                                           COUNTERFIRE, DEEP BATTLE, AND SUPPRESSION OF ENEMY
                                           FIRES. AFATDS PROVIDES AUTOMATED SUPPORT FOR THE
                                           FIRE SUPPORT CONTROL SEGMENT OF ABCS. AFATDS IS THE
                                           ARMY‘S FIRE SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR ALL JOINT FIRES
                                           COORDINATION. COMPATIBILITY AND INTEROPERABILITY IS
                                           ALSO PROGRAMMED WITH ALL EXISTING AND PLANNED U.S.
                                           AND ALLIED FIELD ARTILLERY SYSTEMS AND SENSORS.

        FPFP   EE     1991   OPEN          MANEUVER CONTROL SYSTEM (MCS)
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                                           PRIMARY AUTOMATED COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM TO
                                           MANEUVER COMMANDERS, CORPS AND BELOW. THE
                                           MANEUVER CONTROL SYSTEM (MCS) CONSISTS OF C2
                                           SOFTWARE RUNNING ON COMMON HARDWARE SOFTWARE
                                           (CHS). SYSTEM IS DESIGNED TO ASSIST THE COMMANDERS
                                           AND STAFFS IN CORRELATING, FILTERING, PROCESSING,
                                           STORING, RETRIEVING, AND DISPLAYING DIGITIZED
                                           BATTLEFIELD COMBAT INFORMATION FOR THE COMMANDER.
                                           ALSO PROVIDES ASSISTANCE IN THE PREPARATION,
                                           COORDINATION, AND DISTRIBUTION OF PLANS, BATTLEFIELD
                                           REPORTS, AND OPERATIONAL ORDERS. IMPLEMENTS ONE OF
                                           THE FIVE MAJOR COMPONENTS OF THE ARMY TACTICAL
                                           COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM (ATCCS).

        FPFR   EE     1993   OPEN          GLOBAL C2 SYSTEM-ARMY (GCCS-A)
                                           ARMY GLOBAL COMMAND & CONTROL SYSTEM (AGCCS) IS
                                           THE SECRET C2 STRATEGIC/ THEATER COMPONENT OF THE
                                           ARMY BATTLEFIELD COMMAND SYSTEM. IT IS THE ARMY‘S
                                           PORTION OF THE DEFENSE GLOBAL COMMAND AND CONTROL
                                           SYSTEM. AGCCS INTEGRATES STRATEGIC AND THEATER
                                           FUNCTIONS AND SUPPORTS PREPARATION, PLANNING, AND
                                           EXECUTION TO INCLUDE CRISIS MANAGEMENT FOR
                                           MOBILIZATION, DEPLOYMENT, EMPLOYMENT, AND
                                           SUSTAINMENT OF ARMY FORCES. AGCCS SUPPORTS THE ―C4I
                                           FOR THE WARRIOR‖ CONCEPT AND INTEGRATES COTS
                                           SOFTWARE/HARDWARE REQUIRED TO IMPLEMENT THE
                                           WARFIGHTING DOCTRINE OF THE NATIONAL MILITARY
                                           STRATEGY.

        FPFS   EE     2002   OPEN          ENGINEER C2 SYSTEMS
                                           SUPPORTS RDTE, PROCUREMENT, AND FIELDING OF DIGITAL
                                           TOPOGRAPHIC SUPPORT SYSTEM (DTSS). DTSS IS THE
                                           AUTOMATION SUPPORT TO TOPOGRAPHIC ELEMENTS AT EAC,
                                           CORPS AND DIVISION. DTSS PROVIDES TACTICAL DECISION
                                           AIDS FOR COMBAT TERRAIN ANALYSIS, FUNCTIONS AS
                                           SURVEYING AND MAP REPRODUCTION CAPABILITY, MILITARY
                                           GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION, AND OTHER PHOTOGRAMMIC
                                           AND CARTOGRAPHIC AUTOMATION SUPPORT FOR COMBAT
                                           COMMANDERS. ALSO PROCURES THE QUICK RESPONSE
                                           MULTI-COLOR PRINTER (QRMP). DTSS IS THE COMMANDER‘S
                                           TOPOGRAPHIC SUPPORT SYSTEM THAT PROVIDES TERRAIN
                                           ANALYSIS FOR INTELLIGENCE, FIRE AND MANEUVER.

        FPFV   EE     2005   OPEN          KNOWLEDGE VISUALIZATION SYSTEM (KVS)
                                           KVS IS A FAMILY OF ALL SOURCE ANALYSIS SYSTEMS THAT
                                           AUTOMATE INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS, THE MANAGEMENT OF
                                           INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE RESOURCES, AND
                                           THE PRODUCTION AND DISSEMINATION FOR USE BY THE
                                           WARFIGHTER. THIS PROVIDES ALL-SOURCE FUSED PICTURE
                                           OF THE CURRENT THREAT THAT CAN BE QUICKLY
                                           DISSEMINATED FROM ECHELON ABOVE CORPS (EAC) DOWN
                                           TO BATTALION AND BACK UP TO EAC. ASAS IS A COMPONENT
                                           OF THE ARMY BATTLE COMMAND SYSTEM (ABCS).

        FPHB   EE     1991   OPEN          SELF-PROPELLED HOWITZERS
                                           THE M109A6 PALADIN PROGRAM ALONG WITH ITS COMPANION
                                           VEHICLE, THE FIELD ARTILLERY AMMUNITION SUPPORT
                                           VEHICLE (FAASV), M992A2, ARE M109 FAMILY OF VEHICLES
                                           (FOV). INITIATIVES WHICH UPGRADE EXISTING CHASSIS. THE
                                           PALADIN UPGRADE INCLUDES AN ONBOARD BALLISTIC
                                           COMPUTER AND NAVIGATION SYSTEM, AUTOMATIC GUN
                                           POSITIONING, AUTOMOTIVE IMPROVEMENTS, AND A NUCLEAR
                                           BIOLOGICAL CHEMICAL (NBC) PROTECTION SYSTEM. PALADIN
                                           GREATLY IMPROVES THE SURVIVABILITY AND
                                           RESPONSIVENESS OF CANNON ARTILLERY AND WILL BE AN
                                           IMPORTANT PART OF ARMY XXI.
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        FPHC   EE     1991   OPEN          CANNON ARTILLERY AMMO
                                           MDEP CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING: EXCALIBUR MUNITION
                                           WHICH EXPLOITS THE OPERATIONAL CAPABILITY OF ALL
                                           DIGITIZED 155MM CANNONS WITH THREE PAYLOADS-UNITARY,
                                           SMART, AND DPICM; MACS (MODULAR ARTILLERY CHARGE
                                           SYSTEM) ; MOFA (MULTI-OPTION FUZE ARTILLERY) FOR ALL
                                           105MM AND 155MM CANNONS; AND PIAFS (PORTABLE
                                           INDUCTOR ARTILLERY FUZE SETTER).

        FPHG   EE     1995   2004          CRUSADER
                                           CRUSADER IS THE NEXT GENERATION SELF-PROPELLED
                                           HOWITZER AND ARTILLERY RESUPPLY VEHICLE SUPPORTING
                                           ARMY TRANSFORMATION, MITIGATING RISK TO THE FORCE
                                           WHILE GUARANTEEING WARFIGHTING READINESS, AS WE
                                           MOVE TO THE OBJECTIVE FORCE. CRUSADER IS A CRITICAL
                                           FORCE ENABLER FOR TECHNOLOGICAL AND OPERATIONAL
                                           ADVANCEMENTS REQUIRED FOR THE OBJECTIVE FORCE. IT
                                           WILL DISPLACE THE M109A6 PALADIN SELF-PROPELLED
                                           HOWITZER AND M992 FIELD ARTILLERY AMMUNITION SUPPLY
                                           VEHICLE (FAASV). THE CRUSADER IS TO BE FIELDED TO THE
                                           COUNTERATTACK CORPS SUPPORTING OPERATIONS
                                           THROUGHOUT THE FULL SPECTRUM OF CONFLICT.

        FPJA   EE     1991   OPEN          HEAVY TACTICAL VEHICLE (HTV) SYSTEMS
                                           MDEP PROVIDES FUNDS FOR HEAVY TACTICAL VEHICLE (HTV)
                                           SYSTEMS TO INCLUDE PROCUREMENT OF END ITEMS AND
                                           INITIAL SPARES AND FIELDING OF THE FAMILY OF HEAVY
                                           TACTICAL VEHICLES (FHTV/PLS), HEAVY EQUIPMENT
                                           TRANSPORTERS (HETS), LINE HAUL TRACTORS, ENGINEER
                                           TRACTORS, EXTENDED SERVICE PROGRAMS, AND HEAVY
                                           TRAILERS. INCLUDES SALARIES AND EXPENSES OF THE
                                           PROGRAM MANAGEMENT STAFF PERFORMING SYSTEM
                                           SPECIFIC DUTIES. INCLUDES TOTAL PACKAGE FIELDING, NEW
                                           EQUIPMENT TRAINING, AND FIRST DESTINATION
                                           TRANSPORTATION.

        FPJB   EE     1991   OPEN          LIGHT TACTICAL VEHICLE (LTV) SYSTEMS
                                           MDEP PROVIDES FUNDS FOR LIGHT TACTICAL VEHICLE (LTV)
                                           SYSTEMS TO INCLUDE PROCUREMENT OF END ITEMS AND
                                           INITIAL SPARES AND FIELDING OF THE FAMILY OF LTV
                                           INCLUDING HIGH MOBILITY MULTI-PURPOSE WHEELED
                                           VEHICLES (HMMWV) AND LIGHT TRAILERS. INCLUDES
                                           SALARIES AND EXPENSES OF THE PROGRAM MANAGEMENT
                                           STAFF PERFORMING SYSTEM SPECIFIC DUTIES WHILE
                                           OVERHEAD IS INCLUDED IN PEO COMBAT SUPPORT MDEP,
                                           PEWJ. FUNDING INCLUDES TOTAL PACKAGE FIELDING, NEW
                                           EQUIPMENT TRAINING, AND FIRST DESTINATION
                                           TRANSPORTATION.

        FPJC   EE     1991   OPEN          MEDIUM TACTICAL VEHICLE (MTV) SYSTEMS
                                           MDEP PROVIDES FUNDS FOR PROCUREMENT OF MEDIUM
                                           TACTICAL VEHICLE (MTV) SYSTEMS TO INCLUDE END ITEMS
                                           AND INITIAL SPARES AND FIELDING OF THE FAMILY OF MTV,
                                           M939 SERIES 5 TON, AND MEDIUM TRAILERS. INCLUDES
                                           SALARIES AND EXPENSES OF THE PROGRAM MANAGEMENT
                                           STAFF PERFORMING SYSTEM SPECIFIC DUTIES WHILE
                                           OVERHEAD IS INCLUDED IN PEO COMBAT SUPPORT MDEP,
                                           PEWJ. INCLUDES TOTAL PACKAGE FIELDING, NEW
                                           EQUIPMENT TRAINING, AND FIRST DESTINATION
                                           TRANSPORTATION.

        FPLB   EE     1991   OPEN          JAVELIN
                                           MANPACKED ANTI-ARMOR WEAPON MDEP PROVIDING MISSILE
                                           PROCUREMENT FOR PURCHASE OF COMMAND AND LAUNCH
                                           UNITS (CLU), MISSILES, TRAINING DEVICES, AND SPARES.
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                                           WEAPON WILL BE FIELDED TO LIGHT, AIRBORNE, AIR
                                           ASSAULT, AND MECHANIZED DIVISIONS, AND TO RANGER AND
                                           ENGINEER UNITS (LIGHT, AIRBORNE, AIR ASSAULT, CORPS
                                           LIGHT).

        FPLC   EE     1991   OPEN          FIRE SUPPORT MISSILES
                                           THE ATACMS BLOCK IA MISSILE PROVIDES ALL-WEATHER
                                           GPS-GUIDED ATTACK OF PERSONNEL AND MATERIAL AT
                                           RANGES TO 300 KM. THE ATACMS-BAT MISSILE DELIVERS 13
                                           PRECISION GUIDED SUBMUNITIONS TO 165 KM FOR ATTACK
                                           OF MOVING ARMORED VEHICLES AND, WHEN EQUIPPED WITH
                                           THE P3I BAT WITH BOTH MMW (MILLIMETER WAVE) AND
                                           IMPROVED IR SENSORS, WILL ATTACK COLD, STATIONARY
                                           ARMORED VEHICLES AS WELL AS HIGH PRIORITY, TIME-
                                           CRITICAL TARGETS SUCH AS MRLS (MULTIPLE ROCKET
                                           LAUNCHERS) AND SSM TELS (SURFACE-TO-SURFACE MISSILE
                                           TRANSPORTER-ERECTOR-LAUNCHERS). THE ATACMS
                                           UNITARY MISSILE PROVIDES FOR PRECISION ATTACK OF
                                           TARGETS AT RANGES TO 270 KM IN COMPLEX TERRAIN WITH
                                           MINIMAL COLLATERAL DAMAGE.

        FPLE   EE     1991   OPEN          AVIATION ROCKETS AND MISSILES
                                           HELLFIRE IS THE ARMY‘S PREMIER AIR LAUNCHED MISSILE
                                           WHOSE TARGET SET INCLUDES TANKS, ARMORED VEHICLES,
                                           RADAR SITES, BRIDGES, AIR-DEFENSE UNITS AND OTHER
                                           HARD TARGETS. THE FAMILY OF HELLFIRE INCLUDES THE
                                           RADAR GUIDED LONGBOW HELLFIRE AND THE SEMI-ACTIVE
                                           LASER (SAL) GUIDED HELLFIRE II. THE HELLFIRE II IS A
                                           PRECISION LASER GUIDED MISSILE AND IS FULLY RE-
                                           PROGRAMMABLE TO ADAPT TO CHANGING THREATS AND
                                           HARDENED AGAINST ELECTRO-OPTICAL COUNTERMEASURES.
                                           THE LONGBOW HELLFIRE PROVIDES AN ADVERSE WEATHER,
                                           DAY OR NIGHT, FIRE AND FORGET CAPABILITY WHICH
                                           GREATLY ENHANCES THE LETHALITY AND SURVIVABILITY OF
                                           THE AIRCRAFT AND CREW. THE HELLFIRE MISSILES ARE THE
                                           KEY WEAPONS FOR THE AH-64D LONGBOW APACHE AND THE
                                           RAH-66 COMANCHE AIRCRAFT WHICH ARE OBJECTIVE FORCE
                                           SYSTEMS. THE ADVANCED PRECISION KILL WEAPON SYSTEM
                                           (APKWS) IS A LASER GUIDED ROCKET FOR LIGHT TARGETS
                                           AND BUILDINGS THAT IS A COST EFFECTIVE ALTERNATIVE
                                           WHEN HELLFIRE IS NOT USED. THE APKWS REPLACES THE
                                           UN-GUIDED HYDRA ROCKET FAMILY.

        FPLF   EE     1991   OPEN          MULTIPLE LAUNCH ROCKET SYSTEM (MLRS)
                                           MDEP SUPPORTS FIELD ARTILLERY FIREFINDER COUNTER
                                           MORTAR / BATTERY RADAR SYSTEMS WHOSE PRIMARY
                                           MISSION IS TO LOCATE ENEMY MORTAR AND ARTILLERY
                                           POSITIONS FOR RAPID COUNTERFIRE. AN/TPQ-36(v)8
                                           UPGRADES INCLUDE CONVERSION FROM 70‘S TECHNOLOGY
                                           COMPUTER SYSTEMS TO COMMON HARDWARE / SOFTWARE
                                           (chs). AN/TPQ-37 UPGRADES INCLUDE MECHANICAL
                                           IMPROVEMENTS FOR INCREASED MOBILITY, QUICKER C-130
                                           ROLL-ON/ROLL-OFF CAPABILITY, AND REPLACEMENT OF
                                           FAILING COMPONENTS FOR INCREASED MEAN TIME BETWEEN
                                           FAILURE (MTBF) OF THE SYSTEM. THESE FUNDS ARE IN THE
                                           MOD-IN-SERV LINE. THE AN/TPQ-47 REPLACES THE AGING Q-
                                           37 AND DOUBLES THE ARTILLERY AND ROCKET DETECTION
                                           CAPABILITIES AND ADDS A 300KM MISSILE DETECTION
                                           CAPABILITY. THE Q-47 LINE ALSO INCLUDES FUNDS FOR
                                           TRAINING DEVICES.

        FPLI   EE     2004   OPEN          JOINT COMMON MISSILE
                                           THE JOINT COMMON MISSILE (JCM) IS AN ANTI-ARMOR AND
                                           ANTI-MATERIEL MISSILE EMPLOYED BY ARMY, NAVY AND
                                           MARINE CORPS FIXED AND ROTARY WING AIRCRAFT. JCM
                                           REMAINS A CANDIDATE LETHALITY SYSTEM FOR THE FUTURE
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                                           COMBAT SYSTEMS. JCM WILL REPLACE THE EXISTING FAMILY
                                           OF HELLFIRE MISSILES IN THE ARMY AND MAVERICK AND TOW
                                           MISSILES IN THE NAVY AND MARINE CORPS WITH A SINGLE
                                           MISSILE HAVING INCREASED CAPABILITIES WITH RESPECT TO
                                           RANGE, LETHALITY AND OPERATIONAL FLEXIBILITY, WHILE
                                           MINIMIZING THE LOGISTICS FOOTPRINT. JCM WILL BE
                                           FIELDED INITIALLY TO AH-64D, RAH-66, F/A-18E/F, MH-60, AND
                                           AH-1Z. JCM WILL BE BACKWARD COMPATIBLE TO AH-64A AND
                                           OH-58D.

        FPLK   EE     1991   OPEN          MISSILES
                                           MDEP FUNDS DEVELOPMENT OF CURRENT AND FUTURE
                                           CLOSE COMBAT ANTIARMOR MISSILE AND TARGET
                                           ACQUISTION SYSTEMS. PROVIDES FUNDING FOR THE
                                           DEVELOPMENT AND PROCUREMENT OF IMPROVED TARGET
                                           ACQUISITION SYSTEM (ITAS) ON HMMWV/GND, FUTURE TOW
                                           FOLLOW-ON MISSILE (AMS-H), AND OTHER FUTURE CLOSE
                                           COMBAT ANTI-ARMOR MISSILE SYSTEMS. COMPLETES TOW 2B
                                           PROCUREMENT.

        FPLP   EE     1994   2004          STINGER
                                           A MAN-PORTABLE, SHOULDER FIRED, HEAT SEEKING, AIR
                                           DEFENSE MISSILE.

        FPLR   EE     1994   2006          AVENGER
                                           RESOURCES ACQUISITION AND FIELDING OF AVENGER.
                                           AVENGER IS THE LINE-OF-SIGHT READ COMPONENT OF THE
                                           FORWARD AREA AIR DEFENSE SYSTEM. IT PROVIDES AREA
                                           AND POINT AIR DEFENSE FOR DIVISION REAR AND CORPS
                                           ELEMENTS AND PROVIDES MANEUVER FORCE PROTECTION IN
                                           LIGHT AND CONTINGENCY FORCES.

        FPLW   EE     2003   2025          INDIRECT FIRE PROTECTION CAPABILITY
                                           MDEP Contains RDTE and Procurement resources for a directed &
                                           kinetic energy capability designed to protect military and civilian
                                           infrastructure, maneuver forces and population centers from rockets,
                                           artillery, mortar rounds, UAVs, and cruise missiles.
        FPMA   EE     1991   OPEN          NAVSTAR GPS
                                           EXTREMELY ACCURATE PASSIVE POSITIONING, NAVIGATION,
                                           AND PRECISE TIMING SYSTEM. CONSISTS OF A GROUND
                                           CONTROL SEGMENT, A SPACE SYSTEM OF 24 SATELLITES,
                                           AND AN UNLIMITED NUMBER OF INDIVIDUAL USER RECEIVERS
                                           WHICH TRANSLATE THE SATELLITE SIGNALS INTO
                                           POSITIONING AND TIMING INFORMATION ON A WORLDWIDE
                                           BASIS AND UNDER ALL WEATHER CONDITIONS. THIS MDEP
                                           FUNDS A SHARE OF ARMY USER EQUIPMENTS AND A SHARE
                                           OF ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT OF USER
                                           EQUIPMENT/WEAPONS SYSTEMS AND THE INTEGRATION OF
                                           EQUIPMENT INTO ARMY AIRCRAFT.

        FPMC   EE     1991   OPEN          TACTICAL NETWORK COMMUNICATIONS
                                           MDEP PROVIDES INCREMENTAL UPGRADES TO AREA
                                           TACTICAL COMMUNICATIONS ASSETS IN ORDER TO KEEP
                                           PACE WITH THE COMBATANT COMMANDERS‘ EVER-
                                           INCREASING COMMUNICATIONS NEEDS. PROVIDES WIDE
                                           AREA NETWORK SUPPORT FOR HIGH-SPEED, LONG-RANGE
                                           COMMUNICATIONS FOR VOICE, DATA, AND VIDEO TO
                                           WARFIGHTING COMMAND POSTS – FROM BRIGADE TO
                                           ECHELONS ABOVE CORPS. IMPLEMENTS COMMERCIALLY
                                           BASED TECHNOLOGY INSERTIONS; INCREASES NETWORK
                                           CAPACITY AND INFORMATION SPEED OF SERVICE.

        FPMH   EE     1991   OPEN          DEFENSE SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS
                                           ARMY IS THE LEAD MILITARY DEPARTMENT TO DEVELOP,
                                           PROCURE AND SUSTAIN THE STRATEGIC MILITARY SATELLITE
                                           COMMUNICATIONS TERMINALS, CONTROL, AND RELATED
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                                           EQUIPMENT REQUIRED TO SATISFY THE LONG-HAUL
                                           COMMUNICATIONS REQUIREMENTS OF THE DEPLOYED
                                           WARFIGHTERS AND JCS VALIDATED C3I REQUIREMENTS IN
                                           SUPPORT OF THE PRESIDENT AND JOINT FIELD
                                           COMMANDERS. PROVIDES CRITICAL CONDUIT FOR
                                           INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION TRANSFER TO THE DEPLOYED
                                           FORCES WORLDWIDE. THE DEFENSE SATCOM SYSTEM
                                           PROVIDES REACH-BACK CAPABILITY TO THE SUSTAINING
                                           BASE FOR CORPS FORCES AND ECHELONS ABOVE CORPS.

        FPMJ   EE     1991   OPEN          MILITARY SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS
                                           TACTICAL SATELLITE COMMUNICATION FOR THE GROUND
                                           MOBILE FORCES (GMF). AS DOD LEADS MILITARY
                                           DEPARTMENT FOR THE GMF SATCOM PROGRAM, ARMY IS
                                           RESPONSIBLE TO DEVELOP AND PROCURE SATELLITE
                                           GROUND TERMINALS AND CONTROL SYSTEMS FOR USE BY
                                           ALL SERVICES AND GOVERNMENT AGENCIES. REQUIREMENTS
                                           EXIST FOR SINGLE AND MULTI-CHANNEL COMMUNICATION
                                           SYSTEMS IN THE UHF, SHF, AND EHF FREQUENCY BANDS.

        FPMM   EE     1991   OPEN          TACTICAL RADIOS
                                           SUPPORTS DEVELOPMENT AND PROCUREMENT OF THE JOINT
                                           TACTICAL RADIO SYSTEM (JTRS) FAMILY OF RADIOS AND THE
                                           COMBAT SURVIVOR EVADER LOCATOR (CSEL) RADIO.
                                           SUPPORTS PROCUREMENT OF SINGLE CHANNEL GROUND
                                           AND AIRBORNE RADIO SYSTEMS (SINCGARS) AND TEST
                                           EQUIPMENT. SUPPORTS PROCUREMENT OF THE ENHANCED
                                           POSITION LOCATION REPORTING SYSTEM (EPLRS) DATA
                                           RADIO FOR THE TACTICAL INTERNET. SUPPORTS THE
                                           SINCGARS RADIO REDISTRIBUTION PROGRAM.

        FPQC   EE     1994   OPEN          PATRIOT (ATM)
                                           PATRIOT IS AN ADVANCED SURFACE-TO-AIR GUIDED MISSILE
                                           SYSTEM WITH A HIGH SINGLE-SHOT KILL PROBABILITY
                                           CAPABLE OF OPERATION IN THE PRESENCE OF ELECTRONIC
                                           COUNTERMEASURES (ECM). IN ADDITION, PATRIOT IS
                                           CAPABLE OF CONDUCTING MULTIPLE SIMULTANEOUS
                                           ENGAGEMENTS AGAINST HIGH PERFORMANCE AIR
                                           BREATHING THREATS AND BALLISTIC MISSILES LIKELY TO BE
                                           ENCOUNTERED BY US FORCES. PAC-3 MODIFICATIONS TO
                                           THE SYSTEM INCLUDE RADAR ENHANCEMENTS,
                                           COMMUNICATIONS UPGRADES, AND INCREASED COMMAND,
                                           CONTROL, COMMUNICATION, AND COMPUTER CAPABILITY.
                                           THE PAC-3 MISSILE USES HIT-TO-KILL TECHNOLOGY TO
                                           DEFEAT THREAT TACTICAL BALLISTIC MISSILES.

        FPQF   EE     1994   OPEN          THEATER HIGH-ALT AIR DEFENSE (THAAD)
                                           THEATER HIGH-ALTITUDE AIR DEFENSE (THAAD)
                                           CONSTITUTES THE UPPER TIER OF THE TWO-TIERED
                                           THEATER MISSILE DEFENSE. THAAD IS BEING DESIGNED TO
                                           DESTROY TACTICAL BALLISTIC MISSILES (TBM) AT LONG
                                           RANGES AND HIGH ALTITUDES. IT ALSO PROVIDES AN
                                           OVERLAY AND CUEING TO THE LOWER TIER (PATRIOT AND/OR
                                           CORPS SAM). THIS NETTED AND DISTRIBUTED BA;LISTIC
                                           MISSILE/C3 ARCHITECTURE WILL PROVIDE ROBUST
                                           PROTECTION AGAINST THE ENTIRE TBM AND AIR-BREATHING
                                           THREAT SPECTRUM. A CONTRACT OPTION EXISTS TO
                                           PROCURE A PROTOTYPE SYSTEM, THE USER OPERATIONAL
                                           EVALUATION SYSTEM (UOES), THAT WOULD BE AVAILABLE IN
                                           FY96 OR FY97 FOR EMERGENCY DEPLOYMENT. FIRST UNIT
                                           EQUIPPED DATE IS PROJECTED IN FY2001.

        FPQG   EE     2003   OPEN          MEDIUM EXTENDED AIR DEFENSE SYSTEM (MEADS)
                                           MEADS PROVIDES A ROBUST 360-DEGREE DEFENSE AGAINST
                                           EXPANDED BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT SETS, CRUISE
                                           MISSILES AND OTHER AERIAL TARGETS. FULFILLS A CRITICAL
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                                           VOID IN BM PROTECTION OF MANEUVER FORCES THROUGH
                                           ITS HIGHLY TAILORABLE NETTED AND DISTRIBUTED
                                           ARCHITECTURE, WHICH MAKES MEADS STRATEGICALLY AND
                                           TACTICALLY MOBILE TO PROTECT FORCES THROUGHOUT THE
                                           ENTIRE SPECTRUM OF OPERATIONS. FUNDING TRANSITIONS
                                           THE PROGRAM INTO DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT.

        FPQS   EE     1994   OPEN          JOINT TACTICAL GROUND STATIONS (JTAGS)
                                           MDEP FUNDS THE ARMY‘S JOINT INTEREST PROGRAM TO
                                           DEVELOP, TEST, PRODUCE, DELIVER AND UPGRADE JTAGS
                                           SYSTEMS TO USA JTAGS ORGANIZATIONS. THE JTAGS
                                           SYSTEM PROVIDES IN-THEATER PROCESSING OF BALLISTIC
                                           MISSILE AND OTHER TACTICAL EVENTS OBSERVED BY AN
                                           EXISTING SPACE BASED SENSORS. THE PROGRAM
                                           MANAGEMENT OFFICE SUPPORTS DEPLOYED MISSILE
                                           DEFENSE AND THEATER MISSILE DEFENSE (TMD) ELEMENTS
                                           IN THE AREAS OF EARLY WARNING, CUEING ACTIVE TMD FIRE
                                           CONTROL SENSORS, IMPACT POINT PREDICTION, AND WILL
                                           PROVIDE LAUNCH POINT TO ATTACK OPERATIONS SENSORS
                                           AND WEAPONS.

        FPSA   EE     1991   OPEN          ABRAMS
                                           MDEP FUNDS PROGRAM TO PROVIDE RDTE AND
                                           PROCUREMENT FOR M1A1 (ABRAMS) BLOCK IMPROVEMENTS,
                                           MODIFICATIONS NECESSARY TO ENSURE SAFETY AND TO
                                           PACE THREAT CAPABILITIES, TRAINING DEVICES, AND TANK
                                           SPARES.

        FPSB   EE     1991   OPEN          BRADLEY FIGHTING VEHICLE SYSTEM (BFVS)
                                           MDEP FUNDS RDTE AND PROCUREMENT OF THE BRADLEY
                                           FIGHTING VEHICLE TO INCLUDE M2/M3A1 SURVIVABILITY
                                           IMPROVEMENTS. ALL CURRENT MULTIYEAR CONTRACTS ARE
                                           PROTECTED. PROCURES RETROFIT KITS FOR TOW II AND
                                           OPTICAL IMPROVEMENTS PHASE I AND II. THE TRAINING
                                           DEVICE LINE COMPLETED IN FY88 AND A MODIFICATION LINE
                                           TO UPDATE THE DEVICES BEING UTILIZED. THE BUSHMASTER
                                           MULTIYEAR BUY OUT IS PROTECTED.

        FPSC   EE     1993   OPEN          FORCE XX1 BATTLE COMMAND BRIGADE & BELOW (FBCB2)
                                           THE FORCE XXI BATTLE COMMAND, BRIGADE AND BELOW
                                           (FBCB2) IS A JOINT INTEROPERABLE, DIGITAL, BATTLE
                                           COMMAND INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR BRIGADE LEVEL AND
                                           BELOW. FBCB2 IS DESIGNED TO PROVIDE MOUNTED AND
                                           DISMOUNTED COMBAT ELEMENTS WITH NEAR REAL-TIME,
                                           INTEGRATED SITUATIONAL AWARENESS (SA) AND COMMAND
                                           AND CONTROL (C2) FUNCTIONALITY.

        FPSM   EE     1995   OPEN          MANEUVER AMMUNITION SYSTEM (MAS)
                                           MDEP CONSISTS OF AMMUNITION PROGRAMS THAT SUPPORT
                                           THE ARMY TRANSFORMATION CAMPAIGN PLAN (TCP) BY
                                           PROVIDING THE LETHALITY AND OVERMATCH FOR THE
                                           CURRENT AND FUTURE COMBAT MANEUVER SYSTEMS THAT
                                           USE LARGE-CALIBER AND MEDIUM-CALIBER MUNITIONS. RDTE
                                           PORTION DEVELOPS CURRENT AND FUTURE LARGE-CALIBER
                                           AND MEDIUM-CALIBER AMMUNITION TO MEET THE
                                           WARFIGHTER‘S NEEDS. PM-MAS IS UNIQUE IN THAT IT FUNDS
                                           DEVELOPMENT AND PROCUREMENT THAT SUPPORT THE TCP
                                           IN ALL THREE OF THE TRANSFORMATION FORCES: LEGACY,
                                           INTERIM, AND OBJECTIVE.

        FPSN   EE     1995   OPEN          MINES AND MUNITIONS
                                           THIS MDEP PROVIDES FUNDING FOR MINE, COUNTERMINE,
                                           AND DEMOLITION PROGRAMS. IT INCLUDES THE ADVANCE
                                           DEVELOPMENT AND EMD FOR MINE WARFARE SYSTEMS,
                                           COUNTERMINE SYSTEMS, AND EXPLOSIVE DEMOLITION IN
                                           SUPPORT OF TACTICAL ENGINEERING EFFORTS AND
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                                           DISPOSAL OF UNWANTED ORDANCE.

        FPSS   EE     2000   OPEN          FUTURE COMBAT SYSTEM (FCS)
                                           FCS IS THE NETWORKED SYSTEM OF SYSTEMS THAT WILL
                                           SERVE AS THE CORE BUILDING BLOCK WITHIN ALL MANEUVER
                                           UNIT OF ACTION ECHELONS TO DEVELOP OVERMATCHING
                                           COMBAT POWER, SUSTAINABILITY, AGILITY, AND VERSATILITY
                                           NECESSARY FOR SPECTRUM MILITARY OPERATIONS.

        FPST   EE     2002   OPEN          STRYKER
                                           STRYKER, AKA INTERIM ARMORED VEHICLE (IAV), IS THE
                                           PRIMARY COMBAT AND COMBAT SUPPORT PLATFORM FOR
                                           THE INTERIM BRIGADE COMBAT TEAMS (IBCT) OF THE INTERIM
                                           FORCE. WHILE THE IAV LEVERAGES EXISTING
                                           TECHNOLOGIES TO EQUIP THE INTERIM FORCE, ADVANCES IN
                                           INFORMATION, MATERIALS, AND WEAPONS SYSTEMS
                                           TECHNOLOGIES WILL MAKE IT POSSIBLE FOR OBJECTIVE
                                           FORCE UNITS TO ACHIEVE GREATER CAPABILITY THAN THE
                                           INTERIM FORCE, BUT WITH FEWER AND LIGHTER SYSTEMS:
                                           THE FUTURE COMBAT SYSTEMS. ADDITIONALLY, THE INTERIM
                                           CAPABILITY PROVIDED BY THE IAV WILL ALLOW US TO
                                           RESPOND TO THE IMMEDIATE OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS
                                           THAT CURRENTLY CHALLENGE US. IT WILL ALLOW US TO
                                           TRAIN SOLDIERS AND GROW LEADERS IN THE DOCTRINE AND
                                           ORGANIZATION OF THE INTERIM FORCE‘S IBCTS. THESE
                                           IBCTS WILL BE THE VANGUARD OF THAT FUTURE OBJECTIVE
                                           FORCE; AND IT IS THROUGH THESE FORMATIONS THAT WE
                                           BEGIN TO TRAIN THE LEADERSHIP WE WILL NEED AS THE
                                           OBJECTIVE FORCE FORMATIONS BEGIN TO BE FIELDED.

        FPTA   EE     1993   2004          HORIZONTAL BATTLEFIELD DIGITIZATION
                                           THE ARMY IS EMPHASIZING THE INTEGRATION OF DIGITAL
                                           TECHNOLOGIES ACROSS THE BATTLEFIELD AMONG COMBAT
                                           VEHICLES; C2, COMMUNICATIONS, AND SENSOR SYSTEMS;
                                           AND THEIR SUPPORT DOWN TO THE INDIVIDUAL SOLDIER.
                                           THIS ―DIGITIZATION‖ OF THE BATTLEFIELD IS THE
                                           BREAKTHROUGH CONCEPT WHICH WILL LINK ARMORED AND
                                           LIGHT FORCE SYSTEMS TO PROVIDE REAL AND REAL-TIME
                                           SITUATIONAL AWARENESS AND RAPID FORCE
                                           SYNCHRONIZATION.


FT**           EE                          FIELDING AND WEAPON MATERIEL SYSTEMS

        FTRC   EE     1995   OPEN          ADVANCED COMBAT TECHNOLOGIES

FS**           EE                          CBRN SOLDIER PROTECTION
        FSPS   EE     2012   OPEN          CBRN SOLDIER PROTECTION SYSTEMS PROVIDES
                                           PROTECTION FOR SOLDIERS AND UNITS AGAINST THE ENTIRE
                                           RANGE OF CBRN THREATS AND EFFECTS ALLOWING THEM TO
                                           SAFELY OPERATE, SURVIVE, AND SUSTAIN OPERATIONS IN A
                                           CBRN ENVIRONMENT. THESE SYSTEMS PROVIDE SPECIFIC
                                           CAPABILITIES IN AREAS OF CONTAMINATION AVOIDANCE,
                                           DECONTAMINATION, CBRN WMD-E, BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS,
                                           COLLECTIVE PROTECTION AND INDIVIDUAL PROTECTION.

MP**           EE                          Program Executive Office Managed Information/Communication
                                           Systems

        MPBO   EE     2010   OPEN          Unit Level Biometric Programs
                                           U) A family of programs that support MTOE units in their mission to
                                           capture, catalogue and store biometric information of potential and
                                           real enemy combatants. This package covers the development and
                                           deployment of these biometric data collection systems to MTOE units
                                           and the communication systems required to transmit biometric data to
                                           higher level data storage.
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MT**           EE                          NON-PROGRAM EXECUTIVE OFFICE TACTICAL
                                           INFORMATION/COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS


        MT5Y   EE     1991   OPEN          TACTICAL CE EQUIPMENT REDISTRIBUTION
                                           CORE MDEP CONTAINING FUNDS TO PROVIDE FOR
                                           REFURBISHING AND REDISTRIBUTION OF CE ASSEMBLAGES
                                           WHICH ARE DISPLACED BY NEW EQUIPMENT FIELDINGS. THIS
                                           ALLOWS THE ENTIRE FORCE INCLUDING THE RESERVE
                                           COMPONENT TO MODERNIZE.


MU**           EE                          NON-PROGRAM EXECUTIVE OFFICE SUSTAINING BASE
                                           INFORMATION/COMMUNICATIONS

        MU17   EE     1992   OPEN          ARMY KNOWLEDGE ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE (AKEA)
                                           ARMY KNOWLEDGE ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE (AKEA)
                                           PROVIDES THE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT)
                                           ARCHITECTURE TO SUPPORT THE ARMY‘S TRANSFORMATION
                                           EFFORT. PROGRAM IS NECESSARY TO IMPLEMENT CSA AND
                                           TAP GUIDANCE. PROVIDES THE DISCIPLINED METHODOLOGY
                                           AND PROCESS THAT CREATES THE CONDITIONS (E.G.,
                                           HORIZONTAL FLOW OF INFORMATION, IMPROVED
                                           INFORMATION ACCURACY AND SPEEDS, A COMMON
                                           UNDERSTANDING OF INFORMATION, AND THE ABILITY TO
                                           FIELD CAPABILITY) TO ACHIEVE INFORMATION DOMINANCE ON
                                           THE BATTLEFIELD. IT LINKS MILITARY STRATEGY AND
                                           DOCTRINE TO THE EMPLOYMENT OF INFORMATION
                                           TECHNOLOGY USED IN EXECUTING MILITARY OPERATIONS
                                           AND IS THE FUNDAMENTAL ENABLER OF ACHIEVING ARMY
                                           TRANSFORMATION THROUGHOUT THE FORCE.


MX**           EE                          NON-PROGRAM EXECUTIVE OFFICE
                                           INFORMATION/COMMUNICATION SUPPORT ACTIVITIES

        MX5T   EE     1991   OPEN          INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY
                                           MULTISERVICE PROGRAM THAT PROVIDES FUNDING FOR
                                           RDTE, PROCUREMENT, AND SUSTAINMENT OF
                                           COMMUNICATION SECURITY (COMSEC) SYSTEMS NEEDED TO
                                           SECURE ARMY-WIDE TACTICAL AND STRATEGIC
                                           COMMUNICATIONS, COMMAND AND CONTROL, ELECTRONIC
                                           WARFARE, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS. COMSEC PROVIDES
                                           PROTECTION TO TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION
                                           SYSTEMS THAT PROCESS CLASSIFIED OR NATIONAL
                                           SECURITY RELATED INFORMATION IN ORDER TO PREVENT
                                           EXPLOITATION THROUGH INTERCEPTION, UNAUTHORIZED
                                           ELECTRONIC ACCESS, AS WELL AS ENSURE AUTHENTICITY,
                                           CONFIDENTIALITY, INTEGRITY AND THE AVAILABILITY OF THE
                                           INFORMATION SYSTEM.


        MXSH   EE     1991   OPEN          STRATEGIC C-2 FACILITIES
                                           MDEP PROVIDES RESOURCES FOR C4ISR INFRASTRUCTURE
                                           IN SUPPORT OF THE ALTERNATE NATIONAL MILITARY
                                           COMMAND CENTER (ANMCC), DESIGNATED REGIONAL
                                           COMBATANT COMMAND (RCC)CENTERS, AND THE ARMY
                                           OPERATIONS CENTER (A0C). PROVIDES O&M FUNDING FOR
                                           DESIGNATED RCC AND ARMY GCCS/GCCS-A USER
                                           COMMANDS.



R***           EE                          RDA (NON-IM OR PROGRAM EXECUTIVE OFFICE MANAGED)

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RA**           EE                          CLOSE COMBAT

        RA08   EE     1991   2006          IMPROVED RECOVERY VEHICHLE (IRV)
                                           PROGRAM FUNDS RDT&E AND PROCUREMENT FOR ARMORED
                                           RECOVERY VEHICLES. PROVIDES FUNDING FOR INITIAL
                                           SPARES AND PRODUCTION OF IMPROVED RECOVERY
                                           VEHICLE.

        RA09   EE     1992   OPEN          M113, SELECTED PROCUREMENT & MODIFICATIONS
                                           THE M113 FAMILY OF VEHICLES (FOV) CONSISTS OF 16
                                           DIFFERENT VARIANTS/PLATFORMS IN US ARMY UNITS. THE
                                           M113 FOV PROVIDES TRANSPORT FOR TROOPS, FIRE
                                           DIRECTION, SMOKE, MORTAR, CARGO CARRIER AND
                                           COMMAND & CONTROL SYSTEMS. MODERNIZING THE M113
                                           FOV FROM A2 TO A3 INCREASES MOBILITY AND
                                           SURVIVABILITY, WHICH ALLOWS IT TO KEEP PACE WITH M1
                                           ABRAMS AND M2/3 BRADLEY FIGHTING VEHICLES DURING
                                           MANEUVERS.

        RA11   EE     1991   OPEN          SMALL ARMS
                                           MDEP FUNDS ALL INDIVIDUAL AND CREW SERVED WEAPONS
                                           THROUGH .50 CALIBER, AND INDIVIDUAL AND CREW SERVED
                                           GRENADE LAUNCHERS THROUGH 40MM, INCLUDING
                                           ASSOCIATED ITEMS OF EQUIPMENT, SUPPORT AND
                                           SUSTAINMENT THROUGH ALL PHASES OF THE LIFE CYCLE.
                                           ALSO INCLUDES THOSE SMALL ARMS WEAPONS
                                           MOUNTED/ADAPTED TO/FOR AN AIRCRAFT OR VEHICULAR
                                           ROLE.

        RA14   EE     1991   OPEN          MORTAR SYSTEMS
                                           FUNDS MODIFICATIONS TO MORTAR WEAPON SYSTEM
                                           PROVIDING IMPROVED RANGE, STANDARDIZATION,
                                           TRANSPORTABILITY, AND AMMUNITION PERFORMANCE
                                           CHARACTERISTICS. THE SYSTEM PROVIDES HEAVY MORTAR
                                           FIRE SUPPORT FOR HEAVY FORCES AT BATTALION LEVEL.
                                           THE 120MM MORTAR IS EMPLOYED IN A TOWED VERSION IN
                                           MOTORIZED AND STANDARD INFANTRY DIVISIONS, AND A
                                           CARRIER-MOUNTED VERSION IN HEAVY DIVISIONS.


RB**           EE                          FIRE SUPPORT

        RB03   EE     1991   OPEN          TOWED HOWITZER
                                           THIS MDEP SUPPORTS THE DEVELOPMENT AND ACQUISITION
                                           OF THE LW 155 HOWITZER, TO BE INITIALLY FIELDED TO THE
                                           ARMY‘S SIX INTERIM BRIGADE COMBAT TEAMS AND THEN
                                           FIELDED TO BOTH ACTIVE AND NATIONAL GUARD UNITS,
                                           REPLACING THE M198 HOWITZER, THE GENERAL SUPPORT
                                           WEAPON SYSTEM FOR LIGHT FORCES. SEVERAL PRODUCT
                                           IMPROVEMENTS TO PREVIOUSLY FIELDED SYSTEMS, TO
                                           INCLUDE THE M119 AND THE M198, ARE ALSO SUPPORTED BY
                                           THIS MDEP, MAINTAINING READINESS AND RELEVANCY
                                           ACROSS THE FLEET THROUGHOUT TRANSFORMATION.
                                           ADDITIONALLY, PLATFORM ACCURACY DEVELOPMENTS;
                                           SPECIFICALLY, THE ACQUISITION AND FIELDING OF THE
                                           MUZZLE VELOCITY SYSTEM (MVS) AND THE GUN LAYING AND
                                           POSITIONING SYSTEM (GLPS) ARE ADDRESSED IN THIS MDEP.

        RB12   EE     1992   OPEN          ARTILLERY ACCURACY EQUIPMENT
                                           MDEP SUPPORTS THE FOLLOWING ARTILLERY SYSTEMS: LLDR
                                           (LIGHTWEIGHT LASER DESIGNATOR RANGEFINDER) FOR
                                           LIGHT AND HEAVY FORCES; MMS (METEOROLOGICAL
                                           MEASURING SYSTEM) FOR NATIONAL GUARD FIELD ARTILLERY
                                           SEPARATE BRIGADES AND E-BRIGADEES; AND PROFILER.



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RD**           EE                          AVIATION

        RD12   EE     1991   OPEN          AIRCRAFT COMPONENT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
                                           ACIP MDEP PROVIDES RDT&E FOR ENGINE AND AUXILIARY
                                           POWER UNIT (APU) IMPROVEMENTS, UPGRADES AVIATION
                                           SYSTEMS, AND CORRECTS KNOWN RELIABILITY AND SAFETY
                                           DEFICIENCIES IDENTIFIED IN THE FIELD. THE ACIP PROGRAM
                                           LEVERAGES EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES TO EXTEND SERVICE
                                           LIFE, IMPROVE EQUIPMENT PERFORMANCE, AND REDUCE
                                           OPERATION AND SUPPORT (O&S) COSTS. RETURN ON
                                           INVESTMENT IS 13 TO 1, BASED ON HISTORICAL DATA. MDEP
                                           ALSO FUNDS AIRWORTHINESS CERTIFICATION OF ALL
                                           LEGACY AND INTERIM-TO-OBJECTIVE FORCE AIRCRAFT.

        RD13   EE     1991   OPEN          UTILITY FIXED WING AIRCRAFT
                                           MDEP FUNDS THE ARMY‘S UTILITY FIXED WING AIRCRAFT
                                           AVIONICS UPGRADES TO REPLACE OBSOLETE EQUIPMENT.
                                           FUNDS AIRCRAFT IMPROVEMENT MODS. PROCURES THREE
                                           UC-35A AIRCRAFT PER YEAR FROM FY02 THROUGH FY05,
                                           REPLACING AGED C-12S. IN THE EPP, MDEP FUNDS
                                           PROCUREMENT OF TWO UC-35A AIRCRAFT PER YEAR FROM
                                           FY06 THROUGH FY09 TO REPLACE AGED C-12S. MDEP
                                           PROCURES NINE C-XX SR AIRCRAFT PER YEAR FROM FY09
                                           THROUGH FY12 AND FIFTEEN C-XX SR AIRCRAFT PER YEAR
                                           FOR FY13 AND FY14 TO RETIRE AGED C-12S. PROCURES FOUR
                                           C-XX CARGO AIRCRAFT PER YEAR FOR FY13 AND FY14 TO
                                           RETIRE AGED MTOE C-23S. MDEP FUNDS FY12 C-XX CARGO
                                           SOURCE SELECTION PROCESS.

        RD15   EE     1991   OPEN          AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
                                           MDEP IS USED TO VERIFY AND DEMONSTRATE NEW
                                           CONCEPTS OF CARGO HANDLING EQUIPMENT. PROVIDES
                                           TRANSITION OF SELECTED ITEMS FROM EXPLORATORY TO
                                           ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT RESULTING IN BRASS BOARD
                                           PROTOTYPES FOR AIRCRAFT TESTING. THESE ITEMS WILL
                                           INCREASE PAYLOAD AND IMPROVE FLIGHT HANDLING
                                           CHARACTERISTICS. AVIATION PECULIAR GROUND EQUIPMENT
                                           IS ALSO INCLUDED WHICH WILL ENHANCE THE EFFICIENCY OF
                                           AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE AND SERVICING. THESE PROJECTS
                                           WILL MAXIMIZE AIRCRAFT MISSION AVAILABILITY TO SUPPORT
                                           COMBAT UNITS.

        RD16   EE     1991   OPEN          AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL
                                           MDEP INCLUDES RADAR, GROUND TO AIR COMMUNICATIONS,
                                           CONTROL TOWERS, FLIGHT FOLLOWING AND NAVIGATIONAL
                                           AIDS CAPABILITY TO ACTIVE AND NATIONAL GUARD TACTICAL
                                           AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL UNITS. ESTABLISHES
                                           INTEROPERABILITY AMONG THE SERVICES, THE CIVIL
                                           SECTOR, AND HOST NATIONS FOR FIXED BASE AIR TRAFFIC
                                           CONTROL UNITS IN ACCORDANCE WITH ICAO STANDARDS,
                                           THE JCS MASTER NAVIGATION PLAN, AND THE FEDERAL
                                           RADIO NAVIGATION PLAN BY PROVIDING COMMON RADAR
                                           NAVIGATION AIDS AND LANDING SYSTEMS, COMMUNICATIONS
                                           AND NATIONAL AIRSPACE SYSTEM INTERFACES.


RE**           EE                          AMMUNITION

        RE01   EE     1991   OPEN          TRAINING AMMUNITION
                                           AMMUNITION ITEMS TO SUPPORT ARMY SUSTAINABILITY AND
                                           TRAINING REQUIREMENTS. AMMUNITION HARDWARE
                                           FUNDING FOR SMALL ARMS, MORTARS, ARTILLERY, TANK,
                                           MINES, ROCKETS, SIMULATORS, DEMOLITION AND CAD/PAD
                                           ITEMS ARE INCLUDED. ALL PROCUREMENT OF
                                           CONVENTIONAL AMMUNITION ITEMS EXCEPT THE FOLLOWING
                                           ITEMS ARE INCLUDED: COPPERHEAD, 155MM SADARM, BINARY
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                                           MUNITIONS, HOST NATION SUPPORT AMMUNITION AND
                                           CERTAIN CLASSIFIED PROCUREMENTS.

        RE04   EE     1991   OPEN          AMMUNITION PRODUCTION BASE SMCA
                                           MDEP FUNDS ACQISITION AND MAINTENANCE OF
                                           PRODUCTION BASE FOR CONVENTIONAL AMMUNITION
                                           ASSIGNED TO THE SINGLE MANAGER FOR CONVENTIONAL
                                           AMMO (SMCA) AND INCLUDES PRODUCTION BASE
                                           FACILITIZATION, MODERNIZATION AND EXPANSION,
                                           PROVEOUT AND LAYAWAY OF FACILITIES, AND PRODUCTION
                                           EQUIPMENT, ALSO INCLUDES INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS
                                           PLANNING FOR PEACETIME, SURGE, AND MOBILIZATION,
                                           MAINTENANCE OF LAID AWAY FACILITIES AND MANAGEMENT
                                           OF PLAN EQUIPMENT PACKAGES.

        RE06   EE     2002   OPEN          WAR AND OPERATIONS AMMUNITION
                                           RE06 COMPRISES THE OPERATIONS AND WARFIGHTING
                                           COMPONENT OF ALL CONVENTIONAL AMMUNITION ITEMS
                                           EXCEPT: MODERN AMMO ITEMS ADDRESSED IN WEAPON-
                                           SYSTEM SPECFIC MDEPS, CHEMICAL MUNITIONS, HOST
                                           NATION SUPPORT AMMUNITION, CLASSIFIED ITEMS, AND SOF-
                                           UNIQUE AMMUNITION.


RF**           EE                          ENGINEERING AND MINE WAREFARE

        RF01   EE     1991   OPEN          TACTICAL BRIDGING
                                           MDEP FUNDS DEVELOPMENT AND PROCUREMENT OF
                                           RECONFIGURED, MORE ECONOMICAL TACTICAL BRIDGING
                                           SYSTEMS (FLOAT AND DRY GAP) ON COMMON CARRIER.
                                           ALLOWS INCREASED WEIGHT OF M1 TANK ON HEAVY
                                           EQUIPMENT TRANSPORTER OVER RIVERS WITH 40 METER
                                           GAPS. PROCURES FORTY PERCENT OF FORCE PACKAGE 1
                                           AND 100% OF FORCE PACKAGE 2 REQUIREMENTS (ALL ACTIVE
                                           COMPONENT BRIDGE COMPANIES). THE HDSB (FUE FY01) WILL
                                           REPLACE THE MEDIUM GIRDER BRIDGE AND THE BAILEY
                                           BRIDGE. THE IMPROVED RIBBON BRIDGE (FUE FY01) WILL
                                           SUPPORT HEAVIER LOADS IN FASTER WATER AND OVER
                                           HIGHER BANKS.

        RF02   EE     1991   OPEN          COUNTERMINES
                                           SUPPORTS RDTE, PROCUREMENT, AND FIELDING OF THE
                                           NEXT GENERATION OF COUNTERMINE TECHNOLOGIES WHICH
                                           WILL PROVIDE NEW CAPABILITIES SUCH AS AIRBORNE MINE
                                           DETECTION SYSTEMS, UNMANNED VEHICLE MINE DETECTION
                                           SYSTEMS, IMPROVED CLOSE-IN HAND HELD MINE DETECTOR
                                           SYSTEMS AND FIELDING OF EXPLOSIVE MINEFIELD
                                           BREACHING AND DIRECTED ENERGY BREACHING SYSTEMS.

        RF03   EE     1991   OPEN          CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT
                                           MDEP FUNDS RDTE AND PROCUREMENT FOR TACTICAL
                                           CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT. INCLUDES ALL PIECES OF
                                           CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT WHICH IS CENTRALLY MANAGED
                                           FOR BOTH TACTICAL AND NON-TACTICAL UNITS AND
                                           ORGANIZATIONS. TYPICAL ITEMS FOUND IN THIS MDEP ARE
                                           GRADERS, LOADERS, SCRAPERS, ROLLERS, DITCHING
                                           MACHINES, ROCK CRUSHING MACHINERY, ASPHALT PLANTS,
                                           BULL DOZERS, SMALL EMPLACEMENT EXCAVATORS, VARIOUS
                                           SIZE CRANES, WATER DISTRIBUTORS, AND
                                           CONCRETE/ASPHALT MIXERS.

        RF08   EE     1992   OPEN          ARMORED ENGINEER VEHICLES
                                           THIS MDEP FUNDING PROVIDES THE M1A2 FORCE WITH
                                           COMPATIBLE BREACHING/ BRIDGING CAPABILITY. GRIZZLY
                                           PROVIDES THE HEAVY COMBAT MANEUVER TEAM WITH A
                                           SINGLE MOBILE AND SURVIVABLE SYSTEM TO BREACH SIMPLE
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                                           AND COMPLEX OBSTACLES IN STRIDE. WOLVERINE PROVIDES
                                           THE HEAVY COMBAT MANEUVER TEAM WITH A HIGHLY MOBILE
                                           ASSAULT BRIDGE WHICH CAN CROSS THE M1-BASED FORCE
                                           OVER GAPS UP TO 24 METERS WIDE. THE WOLVERINE WILL
                                           REPLACE THE AVLB ON A ONE-FOR-ONE BASIS IN THE
                                           COUNTERATTACK CORPS.


RG**           EE                          NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL, AND CHEMICAL

        RG04   EE     1991   OPEN          OBSCURANTS AND SCALABLE EFFECTS
                                           ‗SMOKE & OBSCURANTS‘ PROGRAM ENABLES TOTAL
                                           SPECTRAL CONTROL OF THREAT WEAPON SYSTEMS USING
                                           MULTI-SPECTRAL OBSCURANT CAPABILITIES. THE M56
                                           (WHEELED) AND M58 (MECHANIZED) FULL ARMORED SMOKE
                                           GENERATING SYSTEMS PROVIDE THE FIRST LARGE AREA
                                           MULTI-SPECTRAL OBSCURANT (VISUAL, IR AND MMW)
                                           SCREENING CAPABILITY FOR MANEUVER FORCES. MMW P3I
                                           FOR THE M56 & M58 WILL DEFEAT SMART WEAPONS WHILE
                                           OPERATING IN THE MMW REGION OF THE ELECTROMAGNETIC
                                           SPECTRUM. THE M56 AND M58 DISPLACE THE M157A2 AND
                                           M1059 AND ALLOW CASCADING TO COMPOS 2 & 3 UNITS.
                                           PROGRAM FUNDS THE CONDUCT OF ENGINEERING AND
                                           MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT (EMD) FOR SMOKE &
                                           OBSCURANT AGENTS, MUNITIONS, AND DEVICES THAT
                                           ACCOMPLISH THE FOLLOWING: IMPROVE SURVIVABILITY OF
                                           THE COMBINED ARMS FORCE, COMPLEMENT COMBINED
                                           WEAPON SYSTEMS, AND ENHANCE FORCE EFFECTIVENESS
                                           AND COMBAT POWER.


RH**           EE                          INTELLIGENCE ELECTRONIC WARFARE

        RH01   EE     1991   OPEN          TACTICAL INTELLIGENCE & EXPLOITATION
                                           ACQUIRES, ANALYZES AND EXPLOITS FOREIGN EQUIPMENT;
                                           SUPPORTS U.S R&D THROUGH REVERSE ENGINEERING;
                                           DEVELOPS COUNTER-MEASURES. PROVIDES SPECIAL
                                           INFORMATION OPERATIONS (SIO) CAPABILITIES FOR THE
                                           ARMY. PROVIDES INTELLIGENCE SATELLITE
                                           COMMUNICATIONS CAPABILITY, TROJAN SPIRIT FOR SBCTS.


RJ**    RJ**   EE                          COMBAT SUPPORT SERVICE

        RJC0   EE     1992   OPEN          MAINTENANCE & EOD EQUIPMENT
                                           MDEP FUNDS – (1) MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT: THE CONTACT
                                           MAINTENANCE TRUCK (CMT), TRAILER MOUNTED WELDING
                                           SHOP (TMWS), AND SETS, KITS AND OUTFITS (SKOTS). SKOTS
                                           INCLUDES THE STANDARD AUTOMTOIVE TOOL SETS (SATS)
                                           THAT USE STATE-OF-THE-ART COMMERICAL OFF-THE-SHELF
                                           (COTS) EQUIPMENT AND LIFE-TIME WARRENTY TOOLS TO
                                           REDUCE COSTS AND INCREASE SUPPORTBILITY. SATS
                                           SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCES BOTH THE SIZE OF THE TOOL SET
                                           AND THE NUMBER OF TRUCKS TO TRANSPORT THE TOOL SET.
                                           THE CMT PROVIDES CROSS-COUNTRY MOBILE MAINTENANCE
                                           SUPPORT TO MANEUVER UNITS. (2) EOD EQUIPMENT:
                                           ROBOTICS SYSTEMS, HIGH TECH LIGHTWIEGHT X-RAY
                                           SYSTEMS, FIRING DEVICES, BASIC AND UNIQUE EOD TOOLS,
                                           AND REMOTE CONTROL IMPROVISED EXPLOSIVE DEVICE (IED)
                                           COUNTERMEASURE SYSTEMS. SYSTEMS ARE CRITICAL TO
                                           HOMELAND SECURITY, FORCE PROTECTION AND SUPPORT OF
                                           THE GLOBAL WAR ON TERRORISM. THIS EQUIPMENT
                                           PROVIDES EOD SOLDIERS HOME AND ABROAD WITH THE
                                           CAPABILITY TO RECON, IDENTIFY, AND RENDER SAFE
                                           ORDNANCE EFFECTIVELY AND SAFELY.

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        RJC7   EE     1991   OPEN          MATERIEL HANDLING EQUIPMENT (MHE)
                                           MDEP FUNDS TEN ITEMS OF MHE: FORKLIFT, 6K FRONT/SIDE
                                           LOADING FORKLIFT, AND THE 4K CLEAN BURNING DIESEL AS
                                           MAJOR ITEMS OF EQUIPMENT REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE
                                           NEEDS OF MODERN WEAPON SYSTEMS AND THE INCREASED
                                           AMMUNITION CONSUMPTION REQUIREMENTS. IT IS
                                           ANTICIPATED THAT THIS CAPABILITY WILL RESULT IN A
                                           MARKED REDUCTION IN CSS PERSONNEL IN SUPPORT OF AOE
                                           DIVISION AND CORPS ORGANIZATIONS. THIS MHE COUPLED
                                           WITH ROBOTIC AMMUNITION HANDLING CAPABILITY, SMART
                                           MUNITIONS, AND LIQUID PROPELLANTS WILL ENHANCE
                                           RESUPPLY OF COMBAT UNITS.

        RJC9   EE     1991   OPEN          TACTICAL ELECTRIC POWER
                                           MDEP FUNDS DEVELOPMENT AND PROCUREMENT OF
                                           ELECTRIC POWER SOURCES AND THE ASSOCIATED
                                           EQUIPMENT REQUIRED TO SATISFY THE POWER DEMANDS OF
                                           MODERN COMMAND AND CONTROL, INTELLIGENCE, FIRE
                                           CONTROL AND WEAPON SYSTEMS. DEVELOPMENT EFFORTS
                                           WILL MEET POWER GENERATION REQUIREMENTS FOR THE
                                           FUTURE FORCE AS WELL AS MAINTAIN CONNECTIVITY AND
                                           DRASTICALLY IMPROVE SUPPORT TO THE CURRENT FORCE.

        RJL7   EE     1991   OPEN          LIQUID LOGISTICS (FUEL & WATER) EQUIPMENT
                                           MDEP FUNDS RDT&E AND PROCUREMENT OF WATER
                                           PURIFICATION, WATER DISTRIBUTION, PETROLEUM STORAGE
                                           AND DISTRIBUTION EQUIPMENT. FUNDS
                                           ADVANCED/ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT OF PETROLEUM
                                           DISTRIBUTION, FLUIDS TRANSFER SYSTEMS AND QUALITY
                                           ANALYSIS EQUIPMENT. FUNDS THE WATER AND FUELS
                                           HANDLING AND PUMPING EQUIPMENT. INCLUDES STANDARD
                                           EQUIPMENT FOR STORAGE FARMS AND DISTRIBUTION OF
                                           POL.

        RJM5   EE     2001   OPEN          ARMY WATERCRAFT
                                           PROVIDES FOR THE ARMY‘S LOGISTICS OVER THE SHORE
                                           PROGRAM (LOTS) IN DIRECT SUPPORT OF THE AMRY
                                           STRATEGIC MOBILITY PROGRAM (MRS). INCLUDES AWR-3
                                           EXERCISES, DEPLOYMENT TRAINING, AND FORCE
                                           PROJECTION MODELS AND SIMULATIONS.

        RJS1   EE     1991   OPEN          SOLDIER MODERNIZATION
                                           ADVANCED ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT OF CSS EQUIPMENT
                                           FOR BASIC NEEDS OF THE INDIVIDUAL SOLDIER. IMPROVED
                                           CLOTHING, INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT, FABRIC SHELTERS AND
                                           FIELD SERVICE EQUIPMENT TO INCREASE THE EFFICIENCY,
                                           SURVIVABILITY AND SUSTAINMENT OF THE SOLDIER ON THE
                                           BATTLEFIELD. FOOD ITEMS AND FOOD SERVICE EQUIPMENT
                                           DEVELOPMENTS MEET THE HIGH NUTRITIONAL
                                           REQUIREMENTS OF THE COMBAT SOLDIER, REDUCE THE
                                           NUMBER OF COMBAT FOOD SERVICE PERSONNEL REQUIRED,
                                           MINIMIZE FOOD PROCUREMENT COSTS, AND REDUCE
                                           OVERALL FOOD LOGISTICS SUPPORT REQUIREMENTS. THIS
                                           PROGRAM FUNDS DEVELOPMENT OF FOOD AND FOOD
                                           SERVICE EQUIPMENT FOR ALL SERVICES AND DLA UNDER A
                                           DOD PROGRAM MANAGED BY THE ARMY AS EXECUTIVE
                                           AGENT.

        RJS2   EE     1991   OPEN          COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
                                           MDEP FUNDS ITEMS USED FOR THE INDIVIDUAL SOLDIER,
                                           COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT, AND PRODUCT
                                           IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS REQUIRED FOR EXISTING
                                           EQUIPMENT. EXAMPLES ARE HEATERS, MOBILE FIELD
                                           KITCHENS, LAUNDRY UNITS, COMBAT FIELD FEEDING
                                           SYSTEMS, MODIFICATIONS OF IN-SERVICE EQUIPMENT AND
                                           NUMEROUS ITEMS LESS THAN $2M.
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        RJT7   EE    1991    OPEN          TRAILERS & OTHER TACTICAL VEHICLES
                                           MDEP FUNDS PROCUREMENT OF OTHER TACTICAL VEHICLES,
                                           TRAILERS, SEMI TRAILERS, YARD TRACTORS AND FIFTH WHEEL
                                           TOWING DEVICE. PROVIDES FUNDING FOR MODIFICATION OF
                                           IN-SERVICE EQUIPMENT, ITEMS LESS THAN $5.0M, AND
                                           VARIOUS AUTOMOBILE SHOP SETS (TOOL SETS). NO INITIAL
                                           SPARES ARE INCLUDED IN THIS MDEP.



RK**           EE                          SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY BASE

        RK01   EE    1991    OPEN          TECHNOLOGY BASE
                                           MAINTAINS CORPORATE S&T INVESTMENT TO ENSURE FUTURE
                                           LAND CBT TECH SUPERIORITY THRU RSCH & TECH
                                           DEV/MATURATION. FUNDS: 6.1 BASIC RESEARCH–(A)
                                           STRATEGIC RESEARCH AREAS THAT HOLD PROMISE FOR
                                           DEVELOPMENT OF ENABLING BREAKTHROUGH TECHNOLOGIES
                                           FOR ARMY AFTER 2010, SUCH AS BIOMIMETICS, ARMOR
                                           MATERIALS, AND NANOSCIENCE; (B) SUPPORTS ACADEMIC
                                           RSCH VIA 800 GRANTS IN 49 STATES; (C) SUPPORTS ARL
                                           COOPERATIVE RSCH W/ INDUSTRY/ACADEMIC CONSORTIA; (D)
                                           SUPPORTS CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE, INCL INSTITUTE FOR
                                           CREATIVE TECHNOLOGIES, INSTITUTE FOR SOLDIER
                                           NANOTECHNOLOGY, INSTITUTE FOR CREATIVE
                                           BIOTECHNOLOGIES, AUTOMOTIVE RSCH CTR AND
                                           ROTORCRAFT CTRS. 6.2–CAPITALIZES ON TECHNICAL
                                           OPPORTUNITIES TO REDUCE TECHNOLOGY BARRIERS. 6.2
                                           INVESTMENT STRATEGY FOCUSES ON CONCEPTS &
                                           SUPPORTING TECHS FOR FUTURE FORCE AND
                                           ENHANCEMENTS TO CURRENT FORCE. FUNDS TRAINING
                                           RESEARCH AT ARMY RESEARCH INSTITUTE FOR BEHAVIORAL &
                                           SOCIAL SCIENCES AND MILITARY RESEARCH IN TELEMEDICINE.

        RK02   EE    1991    OPEN          FORCE PROTECTION TECHNOLOGY
                                           PROVIDES FOR ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT OF COUNTERMINE
                                           CAPABILITIES. COUNTERMINE RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT
                                           TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING INCLUDES REMOTE DETECTION
                                           OF MINEFIELDS, DETECTION OF INDIVIDUAL MINES, BOOBY
                                           TRAPS AND IMPROVISED EXPLOSIVE DEVICES FROM
                                           DISMOUNT, MOVING VEHICLES, AND TACTICAL UMANNED AIR
                                           VEHICLES (UAVs) THAT WORK AGAINST METAL & ADVANCED-
                                           MATERIAL MINES, AND OTHER DEVICES. DEVELOPS ROUTE
                                           CLEARANCE TECHNIQUES FOR CONVENTIONAL &
                                           ELECTRONICALLY ACTIVATED MINES AND DEVICES THAT CAN
                                           ACT AT A DISTANCE. IN NEAR-TERM, DEMOS INCLUDE
                                           AIRBORNE MULTI-SPECTRAL MINE DETECTION ON A TACTICAL
                                           UAV AND MINE DETECTION FALSE ALARM RATE REDUCTION.

        RK03   EE    1992    OPEN           MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY
                                           FUNDS DOD VACCINE, DRUG, & MATERIEL DEVELOPMENT
                                           PROGRAMS FOR MEDICAL COUNTERMEASURES TO
                                           BATTLEFIELD THREATS, INCLUDING NATURALLY OCCURRING
                                           INFECTIOUS DISEASES OF MILITARY SIGNIFICANCE
                                           (CONGRESSIONAL LEAD AGENT), MEDICAL PROTECTION
                                           AGAINST HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS (HIV), COMBAT
                                           CASUALTY CARE, COMBAT MAXILOFACIAL TRAUMA, MILITARY
                                           OPERATIONAL MEDICINE & TELEMEDICINE RESEARCH.
                                           PROGRAM PROVIDES TRANSITION TO SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT
                                           AND DEMONSTRATION OF MATERIEL SOLUTIONS &
                                           INFORMATIONAL PRODUCTS AND SUPPORTS FOOD & DRUG
                                           ADMINISTRATION REQUIRMENTS FOR VACCINES, DRUGS, AND
                                           MEDICAL DEVICES.

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        RK09   EE    1991    OPEN           SOLDIER TECHNOLOGY
                                            MATURES AND DEMONSTRATES REVOLUTIONARY
                                            TECHNOLOGIES FOR THE INDIVIDUAL SOLDIER. MAIN EFFORT,
                                            OBJECTIVE FORCE WARRIOR (OFW), DEVELOPS INTEGRATED
                                            SOLDIER SYSTEM OF SYSTEMS FOR SIGNIFICANTLY HIGHER
                                            PERFORMANCE WITH DRAMATIC WEIGHT AND POWER
                                            REDUCTION. DEMONSTRATES PRECISION AIR DROP. LEAD
                                            EXECUTIVE AGENT FOR DOD COMBAT FEEDING PROGRAM.
                                            DEMONSTRATES TECHNOLOGIES FOR IMPROVED AMMUNITION
                                            LOGISTICS.

        RK10   EE    1991    OPEN           UNMANNED SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY
                                            EXPLOITS, DEVELOPS, AND INTEGRATES SPACE
                                            TECHNOLOGIES INTO ARMY WARFIGHTING CAPABILITIES.
                                            PROVIDES ADVANCED SPACE TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS IN
                                            BATTLEFIELD OPERATING SYSTEMS TO ACHIEVE CURRENT
                                            AND FUTURE FORCE OBJECTIVES. PROVIDES CAPABILITY TO
                                            LEVERAGE SPACE TECHNOLOGIES FROM OTHER SERVICES,
                                            AGENCIES, GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATIONS AND INDUSTRY;
                                            DEVELOPS AND INTEGRATES SPACE TECHNOLOGIES
                                            ASSOCIATED WITH INTEL, RECON, SURVEILLANCE, TARGET
                                            ACQ & MISSILE WARNING SPACE-FORCE ENHANCEMENT, AND
                                            IN-THEATER SPACE CONTROL SURVEILLANCE AND NEGATION
                                            CAPABILITIES.

        RK11   EE    1991    OPEN           MILITARY ENGINEERING & ENVIROMENTAL TECHNOLOGY
                                            MATURES AND DEMONSTRATES ADVANCED MILITARY
                                            ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGIES THAT ENHANCE FUTURE FORCE
                                            DEPLOYABILITY, SUSTAINABILITY, AND BATTLESPACE
                                            AWARENESS. ALSO MATURES AND DEMONSTRATES
                                            TECHNOLOGIES THAT WILL ASSIST ARMY INSTALLATIONS IN
                                            BECOMING ENVIRONMENTALLY COMPATIBLE WITHOUT
                                            COMPROMISING MILITARY READINESS AND TRAINING CRITICAL
                                            TO THE SUCCESS OF THE FUTURE FORCE.

        RK12   EE    1991    OPEN           CLASSIFIED TECHNOLOGY
                                            FUNDS RESEARCH AND ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY
                                            DEVELOPMENT EFFORTS FOR ARMY SCIENCE AND
                                            TECHNOLOGY SPECIAL ACCESS PROGRAMS.

        RK13   EE    1991    OPEN           ROTORCRAFT TECHNOLOGY
                                            DEVELOPS AND DEMONSTRATES SUBSYSTEM-LEVEL
                                            ROTORCRAFT TECHNOLOGIES FOR UNMANNED AND MANNED
                                            PLATFORMS. MATURE AND INCORPORATE COMPONENT
                                            SUBSYSTEMS INTO SYSTEM DEMONSTRATORS. UAV
                                            DEMONSTRATORS INCLUDE: JOINT THE ARMY/DARPA A-160
                                            HUMMINGBIRD AND UNMANNED COMBAT ARMED ROTORCRAFT;
                                            HUNTER STANDOFF KILLER ACTD; AND AIRBORNE
                                            MANNED/UNMANNED SYSTEM TECHNOLOGY. OTHER
                                            DEMONSTRATIONS INCLUDE SURVIVABLE AFFORDABLE
                                            REPAIRABLE AIRFRAME PROGRAM, ROTORCRAFT DRIVE
                                            SYSTEM 21ST CENTURY, SMALL HEAVY FUEL ENGINE, MANNED
                                            UNMANNED COMMON ARCHITECTURE PROGRAM, AND
                                            UNMANNED AUTONOMOUS COLLABORATIVE OPERATIONS.
                                            LEAD DOD PE RESPONSIBLE FOR R/C 6.2/6.3 S&T.

        RK14   EE    1991    OPEN           ADVANCED SIMULATION
                                            DEV/DEMOS ADV MSLS TECH FOR FUTURE FORCE. EMPHASIS
                                            IS INCREASED LETHALITY, KILL PROBABILITY & PRECISION. KEY
                                            TECHNOLOGIES INCLUDE HARDWARE-IN-THE-LOOP
                                            SIMULATION; COUNTER ACTIVE PROTECTION SYS; LOW-COST,
                                            SMALL, LIGHTWEIGHT PRECISION GUIDANCE & CONTROL;
                                            COMPONENT COMMONALITY FOR FAMILY OF FUTURE MISSILES
                                            INCLUDING DIRECT FIRE, INDIRECT FIRE, LOITER, AIR DEFENSE
                                            AND DEEP OPERATIONS. KEY DEMOS INCLUDE LINE-OF-SIGHT
                                            ANTI-TANK (LOSAT), FCS NETFIRES PRECISION ATTACK AND
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                                           LOITER ATTACK MISSILES AND NETFIRES C3, COMPACT
                                           KINETIC ENERGY MSLS (CKEM), COMMON MISSILE (CM), AND
                                           COUNTER ACTIVE PROTECTION SYSTEMS. EPP – FUNDS KE
                                           AND CE MISSILES FOR FCS BLOCK UPGRADES.

        RK15   EE    1991    OPEN          ISR TECHNOLOGY
                                           DEVELOPS & APPLIES ADVANCED ELECTRONICS, ELECTRONIC
                                           & ELECTRO-OPTIC (EO) COMPONENTS & DEVICES; NIGHT
                                           VISION/EO & RADAR SYSTEM PROTOTYPES (AIRBORNE AND
                                           GROUND-BASED) TO ENHANCE ARMY RECONNAISANCE,
                                           SURVEILLANCE & TARGET ACQUISITION CAPABILITIES; IEW
                                           TECHNIQUES & SYSTEMS (FOR GROUND & AIRBORNE
                                           PLATFORMS) TO INTERCEPT OR DENY ENEMY
                                           COMMUNICATIONS OR CONFUSE OR DECEIVE ENEMY
                                           SENSORS. DEVELOPS SIGNATURE DATA & ESTABLISHES
                                           DATABASES IN MILLIMETER WAVE, IR, ACOUSTIC, LASER &
                                           OTHER EOSENSOR WAVEBANDS. DEVELOPS VEHICLE
                                           SURVIVABILITY EQUIPMENT.

        RK16   EE    1991    OPEN          LETHALITY TECHNOLOGY
                                           DEMOS ADV ARMAMENTS & MUNITIONS FOR FUTURE COMBAT
                                           SYSTEMS (FCS), INCLUDING DIRECT & INDIRECT FIRE
                                           CAPABILITIES. INCLUDES LIGHTWEIGHT 120mm LOS/BLOS
                                           ARMAMENT SYSTEM AND ASSOCIATED MUNITIONS FOR FCS,
                                           ADVANCED KE MUNITIONS TO DEFEAT CURRENT AND FUTURE
                                           THREATS, TANK EXTENDED RANGE MUNITION W/ PRECISION
                                           GUIDANCE, MEMS IMUS FOR AFFORDABLE, LIGHTWEIGHT G&C,
                                           ADV INDIVIDUAL & CREW-SERVED WEAPONS, AND NON-LETHAL
                                           MUNITIONS FOR VARIOUS MISSION REQUIRMENTS.

        RK17   EE    1991    OPEN          GROUND VEHICLE TECHNOLOGY
                                           DEMOS & INTEGRATES ADV TECHNOLOGIES TO ENABLE MORE
                                           CAPABLE FUTURE CMBT SYS (FCS), INCLUDING ARMY SHARE
                                           OF COLLABORATIVE ARMY/DARPA FCS ENABLING
                                           TECHNOLOGIES FOR SPIRALS AND FUTURE INCREMENTS.
                                           DEMOS ENABLING GRND VEH TECH SUCH AS INTEGRATED
                                           SURVIVABILITY (ACTIVE PROTECTION AGAINST CE AND KE
                                           THREATS, ADV STRUCTURAL AND ADD-ON ARMORS,
                                           SIGNATURE MGMT), MOBILITY TECH (WHEELS, LTWT LINKED
                                           TRACK & LINKLESS BAND TRACK, ACTIVE SUSPENSION,
                                           REGENERATIVE BRAKES), AND ADV VEHICLE ELECTRONICS
                                           (CONTROLS, DISPLAYS, ELEC ARCHITECTURES, EMBEDDED
                                           TRG, PROGNOSITICS, DIAGNOSTICS) WITH EMPHASIS ON
                                           PERFORMANCE, PROTECTION, AGILITY, IMPROVED
                                           DEPLOYABILITY, AND REDUCED SUSTAINMENT RQMTS.
                                           ASSESSES INTEGR OF ARMOR, THREAT SENSORS &
                                           COUNTERMEASURES ON FCS TO DETERMINE OPTIMAL,
                                           AFFORDABLE SURVBLTY SUITE. ASSESSES HYBRID ELEC VEH
                                           TECH (BATTERIES, CAPACITORS, SWITCHES, DRIVE TRAINS,
                                           ARCHITECTURES) AND PULSED POWER SYSTEMS FOR FUTURE
                                           ELEC BASED WPNS & PROTECTION AND DEMOS THESE IN SYST
                                           INTEGR LAB; VALIDATES M&S PREFORMANCE MODELS.

        RK19   EE    1991    OPEN          C4 TECHNOLOGY
                                           EXTENDS NEAR-TERM DIGITAL BATTLEFIELD TECH
                                           CAPABILITIES IN SUPPORT OF PRECISION FORCE &
                                           INFORMATION SUPERIORITY WARFIGHTING OBJECTIVES FOR
                                           THE FUTURE FORCE: ADVANCED C3 TECHNOLOGY PROVIDES
                                           REAL-TIME BATTLEFIELD INFORMATION & INTEGRATES SPACE-
                                           BASED TECHNOLOGY INTO ARMY TACTICAL APPLICATIONS.
                                           PROVIDES SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT DEMOS,
                                           COMMUNICATION SYSTEM INTEGRATION AND PROTOTYPE
                                           PRODUCTS FOR DISTRIBUTED, MOBILE, SECURE, FULLY
                                           AUTOMATED RADIO NETWORKS. PROVIDES MULTI-MEDIA
                                           INTER-NETWORKED BATTLE COMMAND WHILE ON-THE-MOVE
                                           WITH COMMERCIAL STANDARD GATEWAY CONNECTIVITY.
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                                            PROVIDES TECHNOLOGY FOR INTEGRATED BATTLEFIELD
                                            SITUATIONAL AWARENESS (SA), SYNCHRONIZATION OF
                                            COMBINED ARMS FORCES, SYNCHRONIZATION OF JOINT
                                            TACTICAL FORCES, C2 ON-THE-MOVE, AND CORRELATION OF
                                            INTELLIGENCE DATA FROM AIRBORNE & SPACE-BASED
                                            SENSORS.

        RK20   EE    1991    OPEN           LOGISTICS TECHNOLOGY
                                            DEMONSTRATES IMPROVED PERSONNEL PERFORMANCE AND
                                            TRAINING TECH THAT RESULT IN ENHANCED SOLDIER & UNIT
                                            PEFORMANCE. NEAR-TERM PRODUCTS INCLUDE: PROTOTYPE
                                            TRAINING SUPPORT PACKAGES AND METHODS FOR FCS;
                                            POTENTIAL BENEFITS FROM PERSONNEL STABILIZATION
                                            UNDER UNIT MANNING; TECHNIQUES FOR ASSESSING ARMY
                                            COMMAND CLIMATE TRENDS; GUIDELINES FOR TRAINING
                                            SOLDIERS TO WORK TOGETHER AT-A-DISTANCE; ON-LINE
                                            MODULES FOR DEVELOPING FUTURE FORCE LEADER SKILLS


RL**           EE                           TEST EVALUATION


        RL02   EE    1991    OPEN           ARMY TEST INFRASTRUCTURE
                                            FUNDS T&E PERSONNEL TO PERFORM TASKS ON ARMY T&E
                                            RANGES AND FACILITIES. FUNDS ATEC AND TEST
                                            DIRECTORATE HQ PERSONNEL. FUNDS SUPPORT OF T&E
                                            RANGES AND TEST FACILITIES FOR OPERATIONAL TESTS/
                                            DEVELOPMENT TESTS AND OTHER TEST AND EVALUATION
                                            SUPPORT PROJECTS NOT CONTAINED IN SEPARATE MDEPS.
                                            FUNDS U.S. ARMY KWAJALEIN ATOLL (USAKA) INSTALLATION
                                            AND MAJOR RANGE AND TEST FACILITY BASE ACTIVITIES AS
                                            WELL AS DOD SPACE OPERATIONAL ACTIVITIES.

        RL03   EE    1991    OPEN           RDTE MANAGEMENT ACTIVITIES
                                            OPERATION OF MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATIVE
                                            FUNCTIONS AT RDTE ACTIVITIES: 1) ACTIVITES
                                            ACCOMPLISHING GENERAL R&D MISSIONS NOT DIRECTLY
                                            RELATED TO SPECIFIC R&D PROJECTS; 2) NDI FEASIBILITY
                                            EVALUATIONS; 3) INTERNATIONAL COOPERATIVE R&D; 4)ARMY
                                            WORKING CAPITAL FUND ASSOCIATED WITH ARMY MEDICAL
                                            R&D.

        RL04   EE    1991    OPEN           TEST ANALYSIS & EVALUATION
                                            FUNDS T&E CIVILIAN SALARIES AND OTHER SUPPORT FOR:
                                            ARMY EVALUATION CENTER (AEC) MISSION OF CONTINUOUS
                                            EVALUATION, ARMY MATERIEL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS ACTIVITY‘S
                                            (AMSAA) MISSION OF MATERIEL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS/STUDIES,
                                            AND SURVIVABILITY LETHALITY ANALYSIS DIRECTORATE (SLAD)
                                            MISSION OF INTEGRATED SURVIVABILITY AND LETHALITY
                                            ANALYSES FOR ALL MAJOR AND DESIGNATED NON-MAJOR
                                            ARMY SYSTEMS.

        RL07   EE    1991    OPEN           TEST AND EVUALUATON INSTRUMENTATION
                                            FUNDS THE TRANSFORMATION OF INSTRUMENTATION,
                                            TARGETS, AND THREAT SIMULATORS FOR ARMY T&E TO
                                            SUPPORT THE 21ST CENTURY TEST RANGE AND THE FUTURE
                                            FORCE. RDTE FUNDS TEST TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT AND
                                            INVESTIGATION, CONCEPT EXPLORATION, ACQUISITION,
                                            PROGRAM MANAGEMENT, SUSTAINMENT OF DT AND OT
                                            INSTRUMENTATION, THREAT SIMULATORS,
                                            MODELING/SIMULATIONS, AND AERIAL AND GROUND TARGETS
                                            (REAL AND VIRTUAL). OPA FUNDS MAJOR OT
                                            INSTRUMENTATION AND THREAT SIMULATORS. OMA FUNDS
                                            THE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF OT INSTRUMENTATION.

        RL11   EE    1991    2005           KWAJALEIN ATOLL
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                                           FUNDS U.S. ARMY KWAJALEIN ATOLL (USAKA) INSTALLATION
                                           AND MAJOR RANGE AND TEST FACILITY BASE ACTIVITIES AS
                                           WELL AS DOD SPACE OPERATIONAL ACTIVITIES. USAKA IS A
                                           KEYSTONE IN THE ARMY‘S APPROACH TO SPACE AND MISSILE
                                           DEFENSE. USAKA‘S MISSION ENSURES TODAY‘S
                                           TECHNOLOGIES AND SYSTEMS WILL SUPPORT TOMORROW‘S
                                           OPERATIONS. MDEP FUNDING ENABLES INTEGRATED SPACE
                                           AND MISSILE DEFENSE TESTING, COMPREHENSIVE TESTING OF
                                           NATIONAL MISSILE DEFENSE TECHNOLOGIES, MONITORING
                                           AND ANALYSIS OF MISSILE LAUNCHES FROM ASIA AND DAILY
                                           TRACKING, ANALYSIS, AND REPORTING OF SPACE OBJECTS.
                                           ALSO FUNDS ALL U.S. ARMY SPACE AND MISSILE DEFENSE
                                           COMMAND (USASMDC) REIMBURSABLE MANPOWER IN DIRECT
                                           SUPPORT OF BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE ORGANIZATION
                                           (BMDO) PROGRAMS. BMDO PROVIDES DIRECT RDT&E FUNDING
                                           FOR USASMDC MANAGEMENT/EXECUTION OF THEATER AND
                                           NATIONAL MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEM AND SUPPORT
                                           TECHNOLOGIES.


RN**           EE                          BASE SUPPORT

        RN04   EE    1991    OPEN          MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY
                                           PROGRAM PROVIDES AFFORDABLILITY AND
                                           MANUFACTURABILITY OF CURRENT AND FUTURE WEAPONS
                                           SYSTEMS. OBJECTIVES INCLUDE ADVANCED MANUFACTURING
                                           PROCESSES, EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS; ENHANCED QUALITY
                                           WITH REDUCTION OF MATERIEL CLOSTS AND THE TRANSITION
                                           OF NEW TECHNOLOGIES TO THE INDUSTRIAL BASE. MAJOR
                                           INVESTMENTS FOCUS ON FUTURE COMBAT SYSTEMS
                                           (INCREMENTED I AND II) AND FUTURE FORCE IN THE AREAS OF
                                           AVIATION SYSTEMS, FIRE SUPPORT SYSTEMS, ARMOR,
                                           SENSORS, ELECTRONICS/POWER SYSTEMS, MUNITIONS AND
                                           FLEXIBLE DISPLAY INITIATIVE.

        RN08   EE    1991    OPEN          PRODUCTION BASE/BASE-LEVEL COMMERCIAL EQUIPMENT
                                           PROVIDES FOR THE EXPANSION, MODERNIZATION AND
                                           REPLACEMENT OF EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES USED IN
                                           PRODUCTION and PRODUCTION TESTING AT GOVERNMENT-
                                           OWNED LOCATIONS FOR LINES OR TEST SETUPS SUPPORTING
                                           THE PRODUCTION OR TESTING OF TWO OR MORE ITEMS.
                                           PROVIDES FOR THE LAYAWAY OF EQUIPMENT THAT ONCE
                                           SUPPORTED QUALIFIED PRODUCTION OR TESTING. PROVIDES
                                           FOR MAINTENANCE OF QUALIFIED EQUIPMENT IN LAYAWAY
                                           STATUS. PROCURES MISSION-ESSENTIAL, COMMERCIALLY
                                           AVAILABLE TDA EQUIP NOT PRODUCED BY THE ARMY. SUCH
                                           EQUIP MUST REPRESENT COMMAND-UNIQUE INVESTMENTS
                                           THAT SUPPORT A TDA AUTHORIZATION. FUNDS FOR
                                           COMMERCIAL EQUIP ARE DIVIDED AMONG 26 MACOMS AND
                                           OPERATING AGENCIES FOR PROCUREMENT OF MATERIAL
                                           HANDLING EQUIMENT, CONTRUCTION EQUIPMENT, KITCHEN
                                           EQUIPMENT, LAUNDRY MACHINES, MAINTENANE EQUIPMENT
                                           AND OFFICE EQUIPMENT AND FOR REPLACEMENT OF OLD
                                           EQUIPMENT NOT ECOMONICALLY REPAIRABLE. REPAIRABLE.


RU**           EE                          RECAPITALIZATION UPGRADE

        RU01   EE    2001    OPEN          ABRAMS UPGRADE RECAP
                                           THE ABRAMS M1A2SEP, A MEMBER OF THE CURRENT FORCE,
                                           SUPPORTS THE ARMY‘S TRANSFORMATION TO THE FUTURE
                                           FORCE BY FULLY MODERNIZING 1CD, 4ID, AND 3ACR. THE
                                           MAJOR SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS OF THE M1A2SEP ARE 2ND
                                           GEN FLIR SENSORS, HUNTER/KILLER CAPABILITY VIA THE
                                           COMMANDER‘S INDEPENDENT THERMAL VIEWER (CITV),
                                           DIGITIAL COMMAND AND CONTROL, THERMAL MANAGEMENT
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                                           SYSTEM, AND AN IMPROVED AGT1500 ENGINE. THE ABRAMS
                                           TANK PROVIDES THE JOINT FORCE COMMANDER WITH MOBILE
                                           PROTECTED FIREPOWER, CLOSING WITH AND DESTROYING
                                           ENEMY FORCES ON AN INTEGRATED BATTLEFIELD USING
                                           MOBILITY, FIREPOWER, AND SHOCK EFFECT. THE 120MM MAIN
                                           GUN AND SPECIAL ARMOR MAKE THE ABRAMS TANK
                                           PARTICULARLY SUITABLE FOR ATTACKING OR DEFENDING
                                           AGAINST LARGE CONCENTRATIONS OF HEAVY ARMOR FORCES
                                           IN A HIGHLY LETHAL BATTLEFIELD. CURRENTLY THERE ARE
                                           TWO UPGRADE PROGRAMS ONGOING WITHIN THE ABRAMS
                                           FLEET. THE FIRST IS THE M1A1 ABRAMS INTEGRATED
                                           MANAGEMENT (AIM) PROGRAM, WHICH RESTORES AND
                                           UPGRADES EXISTING M1A1S TO A LIKE-NEW CONDITION. THE
                                           SECOND PROGRAM IS THE SYSTEM ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM
                                           (SEP), WHICH UPGRADES OLD M1S AND RETROFITS M1A2S
                                           INTO THE M1A2SEP CONFIGURATION. THE CURRENT FORCE
                                           WILL CONTINUE TO PLAY A CRITICAL ROLE IN THE NATION‘S
                                           DEFENSE UNTIL FULLY REPLACED BY THE FUTURE COMBAT
                                           SYSTEM (FCS) AS LATE AS 2032.

        RU02   EE    2001    OPEN          APACHE AH-64D UPGRADE RECAP
                                           THE LONGBOW WEAPON SYSTEM (AH-64D) CONSISTS OF A
                                           REMANUFACTURED AH-64A AIRCRAFT, A FIRE CONTROL RADAR
                                           (FCR) AND A LONGBOW HELLFIRE MISSILE. TWO HUNDRED
                                           TWENTY SEVEN (227) AH-64DS WILL BE EQUIPPED WITH T700-
                                           GE-701C ENGINES FOR IMPROVED PERFORMANCE WHEN
                                           CARRYING THE FCR MISSION KITS. THE LONGBOW WEAPON
                                           SYSTEM WILL PROVIDE THE AH-64D WITH AUTOMATIC TARGET
                                           DETECTION, CLASSIFICATION, PRIORITIZATION AND A TRUE
                                           FIRE-AND-FORGET ENGAGEMENT CAPABILITY, GREATLY
                                           INCREASING WEAPON SYSTEM SURVIVABILITY AND LETHALITY.
                                           THE WEAPON SYSTEM WILL BE EMPLOYABLE DAY OR NIGHT, IN
                                           ADVERSE WEATHER AND IN OBSCURANTS. THE APACHE
                                           LONGBOW WILL EFFECTIVELY ENGAGE AND DESTROY
                                           ADVANCED THREAT ARMOR ON THE BATTLEFIELD OF THE 21ST
                                           CENTURY. TO BE EFFECTIVE AND SURVIVE ON THIS FUTURE
                                           BATTLEFIELD, THE ATTACK HELICOPTER TEAM WILL RAPIDLY
                                           ENGAGE MULTIPLE TARGETS WITH MINIMUM EXPOSURE TIME,
                                           AND DEPLOY A SYSTEM THAT IS INHERENTLY RESISTANT TO
                                           THREAT COUNTERMEASURES (CMS).

        RU03   EE    2001    OPEN          BLACKHAWK UH-60M UPGRADE RECAP
                                           RECAPITALIZES UH-60S, CONVERTING UH-60AS AND UH-60LS
                                           TO UH-60MS AT A RATE DESIGNED TO REDUCE FLEET HALF-
                                           LIFE TO DOD MANDATED AGE OF 10 YEARS BY 2021. PROVIDES
                                           FOR UH-60M ASSOCIATED TRAINING DEVICES, AND TRAINING
                                           DEVICE UPGRADES.

        RU04   EE    2001    OPEN          CHINOOK-47F UPGRADE RECAP
                                           THE CH-47 IS THE AIRFRAME OF CHOICE IN THE GLOBAL WAR
                                           ON TERRORISM, AND IS THE ARMY‘S ONLY HEAVY LIFT
                                           HELICOPTER CAPABLE OF INTER-THEATER CARGO MOVEMENT
                                           OF PAYLOADS GREATER THAN 9,000 POUNDS. CH-47F COCKPIT
                                           UPGRADES ALLOW INTERFACE WITHIN THE DIGITIZED
                                           BATTLEFIELD. AIRFRAME MODIFICATIONS TO REDUCE
                                           VIBRATION WILL IMPROVE RELIABILITY, EXTEND THE
                                           ECONOMIC LIFE OF SUBSYSTEMS, REDUCE CREW FATIGUE,
                                           AND CARGO FLEET O&S SUPPORT COST. IN ADDITION TO THE
                                           CH-47F, THE CARGO HELICOPTER MODIFICATIONS PROGRAM
                                           PROVIDES A SEPARATE ENGINE UPGRADE RESULTING IN A
                                           MORE POWERFUL AND EFFICIENT T55-GA-714A ENGINE FOR
                                           THE CH-47 F AND D FLEETS, AS WELL AS MODIFICATIONS FOR
                                           IMPROVED CROSS SHAFTS, BATTERIES, ENGINE FILTRATION
                                           SYSTEMS, EXTENDED RANGE FUEL SYSTEMS AND LOW
                                           MAINTENANCE ROTOR HEAD DEVELOPMENT. MODERNIZATION
                                           OF CH-47 FLIGHT SIMULATORS IS AN INTEGRAL PART OF THE
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        RU05   EE    2001    OPEN           HERCULES M88A2 UPGRADE RECAP
                                            NO NARRATIVE PROVIDED.

        RU06   EE    2001    OPEN           AVLB UPGRADE RECAP
                                            ARMORED VEHICLE LAUNCHED BRIDGE (AVLB) UPGRADE
                                            RECAP

        RU08   EE    2001    OPEN           BRADLEY UPGRADE RECAP
                                            THE BRADLEY FIGHTING VEHICLE A3 SYSTEM, A MEMBER OF
                                            THE CURRENT FORCE, SUPPORTS THE ARMY‘S
                                            TRANSFORMATION TO THE FUTURE FORCE BY FULLY
                                            MODERNIZING BOTH 1CD AND 4ID. THE MAJOR FEATURES OF
                                            THE A3 ARE THE IMPROVED BRADLEY ACQUISITION SIGHT
                                            (IBAS) (2ND GEN FLIR), 155MM FRAGMENTATION TOP
                                            PROTECTION, THE COMMANDER‘S INDEPENDENT VIEWER (2ND
                                            GEN FLIR), INERTIAL NAVIGATION/GPS, FBCB2, AND THE SQUAD
                                            LEADERS FLAT PANEL DISPLAY. THESE ENHANCEMENTS
                                            PROVIDE THE A3, THEIR CREWS, DISMOUNTS, AND THE
                                            COMBINED ARMS TEAM THE DOMINANT MANEUVER
                                            OVERMATCH REQUIRED TO MAINTAIN THE ARMY‘S NEAR-TERM
                                            WAR-FIGHTING READINESS AS IT TRANSFORMS TO THE
                                            FUTURE FORCE. THE 3RD ACR WILL BE MODERNIZED WITH THE
                                            M3A2 OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM (OIF) VARIANT, AND
                                            ENHANCED VERSION OF THE M3A2 ODS (OPERATION DESERT
                                            STORM). THE CURRENT FORCE WILL CONTINUE TO PLAY A
                                            CRITICAL ROLE IN THE NATION‘S DEFENSE UNTIL FULLY
                                            REPLACED BY THE FUTURE COMBAT SYSTEM (FCS), AS LATE
                                            AS 2032. THE A3 SUPPORTS THE WAR FIGHTER BY PROVIDING
                                            ENHANCED LETHALITY, SURVIVABILITY, AND THE SITUATIONAL
                                            AWARENESS REQUIRED TO QUICKLY ACHIEVE DOMINANT
                                            MANEUVER AND DECISIVELY WIN THE NATION‘S WARS. THE
                                            M3/M2A2 ODS WILL ALSO PLAY A CRITICAL ROLE SINCE IT WILL
                                            BE FIELDED TO THE REMAINING ACTIVE COMPONENT FORCES
                                            NOT EQUIPPED WITH THE A3 OR OIF VARIANTS. THE ODS
                                            VARIANT CONTAINS ENHANCEMENTS DETERMINED TO BE
                                            CRITICAL FOLLOWING OPERATION DESERT STORM. THESE
                                            ODS VARIANTS ARE EQUIPPED WITH AN EYE-SAFE LASER
                                            RANGE FINDER AND GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM TO
                                            INCREASE SYSTEM LETHALITY, WHILE EASING THE DEMANDS
                                            OF NAVIGATION IN FEATURELESS TERRAIN.

        RU09   EE    2001    OPEN           MLRS M270A1 UPGRADE RECAP
                                            MULTIPLE LAUNCHED ROCKET SYSTEM (MLRS) M270A1
                                            UPGRADE RECAP

        RU10   EE    2004    2016           PATRIOT UPGRADE RECAP
                                            THE PATRIOT RECAPITALIZATION PROGRAM IS ACCOMPLISHED
                                            VIA PRODUCTION, DEPOT/OVERHAUL/REBUILD, AND FIELD
                                            RETROFIT. IT IS DESIGNED TO BRING THE GROUND SUPPORT
                                            SYSTEMS TO NEAR-ZERO HOURS/MILES AND APPLY THE PAC-3
                                            UPGRADES OF THE MODERNIZATION PROGRAM WHILE
                                            MINIMIZING INTERFERENCE WITH UNIT DAY-TO-DAY MISSION
                                            REQUIREMENTS. THE RECAP PROGRAM ENCOMPASSES
                                            REBUILD AND SELECTED UPGRADES /TECHNOLOGY
                                            INSERTIONS AND CONSISTS OF TEN INITIATIVES.

        RU11   EE    2001    2004           ARMORED FAMILY OF VEHICLES M113A3 UPGRADE RECAP
                                            ARMORED FAMILY OF VEHICLES (FOV) M113A3 UPGRADE
                                            RECAP

        RU12   EE    2001    OPEN           HEAVY EXPANDED MOBILITY TACTICAL TRUCK ESP UPGRADE
                                            RECAP
                                            HEAVY EXPANDED MOBILITY TACTICAL TRUCK (HEMTT) ESP
                                            UPGRADE RECAP
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        RU14   EE    2001    OPEN          GLIDER (LINE HAUL) M915A4 UPGRADE RECAP
                                           GLIDER (LINE HAUL) M915A4 UPGRADE RECAP


        RU21   EE    2001    OPEN          HMMWV UPGRADE RECAP
                                           HIGH MOBILITY MULTI-PURPOSE WHEELED VEHICLE (HMMWV)
                                           UPGRADE RECAP


V***           EE                          SPECIAL VISIBILITY PROGRAMS

        VAWE   EE    1997    OPEN          ADVANCED WARFIGHTING EXPERIMENTS
                                           THIS SPECIAL VISIBILITY PROGRAM (SVP) SUPPORTS THE
                                           ARMY‘S VISION FOR DESIGNING THE FORCE FOR THE 21ST
                                           CENTURY THROUGH LARGE SCALE EXPERIMENTS AND
                                           EXERCISES. OBJECTIVES OF THE ADVANCED WARFIGHTING
                                           EXPERIMENTS (AWE) IS TO PROVIDE VALIDATION AND
                                           QUANTIFIABLE DATA AND TO SUPPORT CHANGES TO FORCE
                                           DESIGN. THE ARMYS INTENTION IS TO USE AWES AS THE
                                           CENTRAL FOCUS TO IDENTIFY AND VALIDATE CRITICAL
                                           DECISIONS RELATED TO FUTURE ORGANIZATIONS,
                                           EQUIPMENT, TRAINING, AND DOCTRINE. TRADOC WILL BE THE
                                           KEY DECISION-MAKER IN AWE DESIGN AND EXECUTION AS
                                           PART OF FORCE XXI. THE FUNDS IN THIS MDEP SUPPORT CORE
                                           AWE FUNCTIONS.

        VAWG   EE    2006    OPEN          ASYMMETRIC WARFARE GROUP

        VCHM   EE    1991    OPEN          CHEMICAL DEMILITARIZATION
                                           PROVIDES THE CAPABILITY TO DESTROY ALL U.S. CHEMICAL
                                           WARFARE-RELATED MATERIAL WHILE ENSURING MAXIMUM
                                           PROTECTION TO THE PUBLIC, PERSONNEL INVOLVED IN THE
                                           DESTRUCTION EFFORT, AND THE ENVIRONMENT. ENABLES U.S.
                                           GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS TO ASSIST OTHER NATIONS IN
                                           ELIMINATING THEIR CHEMICAL WARFARE RELATED MATERIEL.


        VMSO   EE    2003    OPEN          ARMY MODELS AND SIMULATION
                                           MDEP FUNDS THE SMART INITIATIVE – SIMULATION &
                                           MODELING FOR ACQUISITION, REQUIREMENTS & TRAINING. IN
                                           SUPPORT OF ARMY TRANSFORMATION, SMART ADDRESSES
                                           SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT AND LIFE-CYCLE COSTS BY
                                           CAPITALIZING ON MODELING & SIMULATION (M&S)
                                           TECHNOLOGIES (ACCOMPLISHED THROUGH COLLABORATIVE
                                           EFFORTS OF THE TRAINING/OPERATIONS AND ACQUISTION
                                           COMMUNITIES). MDEP FUNDS ADVANCED CONCEPTS &
                                           REQUIREMENTS (ACR) AGGREGATED M&S FOR ANALYSIS OF
                                           C/CS/CSS CONCEPTS AND OPERATIONS TO PROVIDE
                                           JUSTIFICATION FOR PROGRAM AND INVESTMENT DECISIONS
                                           THAT WILL AFFECT TRANSFORMATION. FUNDS RDA MODELS
                                           AND SIMULATIONS THAT SUPPORT ACQUISITION PROGRAMS,
                                           ACTDS AND ATDS FOR THE FUTURE FORCE. PROMOTES
                                           EFFECTIVE USE OF M&S TO REDUCE TIME, RESOURCES AND
                                           RISK ASSOCIATED WITH THE AQUISTION PROCESS.


        VREF   EE    2008    OPEN          Rapid Equipping Soldier Spt
                                           Provide the Army‘s rapid response capability to develop, prototype and
                                           acquire commercial off-the-shelf/government off-the-shelf material
                                           solutions to meet urgent combat requirements for committed forces. –
                                           Develop and insert selected future force technologies, capabilities and
                                           surrogate material solutions into committed forces, deploying forces
                                           and transforming forces for operational evaluation, assessment and
                                           spiral development. – Plan and execute assessments and studies of

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                                            Army practices and issues concerning current operational needs,
                                            desired future force capabilities and relevant Army business practices
                                            to provide feedback to Army leadership.
        VTBL   EE    1994    2007           BATTLE LABS
                                            FUNDS TRADOC BATTLE LABS‘ PARTICIPATION IN COMBAT
                                            DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES TO DEVELOP AND CARRY OUT
                                            WARFIGHTING EXPERIMENTS THAT SUPPORT MATERIEL AND
                                            OTHER DTLOMS DECISIONS. EFFORTS PARTICULARLY ASSIST
                                            IN DEVELOPMENT AND DOCUMENTATION OF MATERIEL
                                            REQUIREMENTS, AS WELL AS DECISIONS TO INVEST
                                            IMMEDIATELY, DISCARD IDEAS/CONCEPTS, AND/OR
                                            STUDY/EXPERIMENT FURTHER. BATTLE LAB EXPERIMENTS
                                            ASSIST AND COMPLEMENT S&T, R&D AND ACQUISITION
                                            PROCESSES AND DECISIONS. ALSO FUNDS DIRECT COSTS OF
                                            SMDC BATTLE LABS TO DEVELOP WARFIGHTING CONCEPTS,
                                            FOCUS MILITARY SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH,
                                            CONDUCT WARFIGHTING EXPERIMENTS AND MILITARY
                                            OPERATIONAL ANALYSES, DELIVERING INNOVATIONS TO THE
                                            WARFIGHTER THROUGH ADVANCED CONCEPTS AND
                                            TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATING, PROTOTYPING, EXPERIMENTING,
                                            AND OPEARATIONAL ANALYSIS. THIS IS AN EFFECTIVE
                                            APPROACH FOR DEVELOPING ALTERNAIVE MATERIEL AND
                                            DOCTRINAL TACTICS, TECHNIQUES, AND PROCEDURES (TTP)IN
                                            SUPPORT OF THE ARMY‘S TRANSFORMATION TO THE FUTURE
                                            FORCE.

        VTRD   EE    1991    OPEN           COMBAT DEVELOPMENT CORE
                                            FUNDS THE FOLLOWING COMBAT DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES:
                                            DEVELOPS WARFIGHTING CONCEPTS, IDENTIFIES FUTURE
                                            OPERATIONAL CAPABILITIES, SUPPORTS WARFIGHTING
                                            EXPERIMENTS, AND FOCUSES SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY TO
                                            DETERMINE, DOCUMENT, AND DEFEND WARFIGHTING
                                            REQUIREMENTS. THESE REQUIREMENTS WILL ENHANCE THE
                                            ABILITY OF SOLDIERS AND UNITS TO ACCOMPLISH THEIR
                                            MISSION AND WILL STRUCTURE THE FORCE TO OPERATE AND
                                            WIN ON THE FUTURE BATTLEFIELD.

X***    X***   EE                           TABLE OF DISTRIBUTION AND ALLOWANCE ACTIVITIES: ACTIVE
                                            ARMY

        X4SA   EE    1992    OPEN           ARMY ACQUISITION EXECUTIVE SUPPORT
                                            FUNDS CONGRESSIONALLY MANDATED MISSIONS OF THE
                                            ARMY ACQUISITION EXECUTIVE. PROVIDES RESOURCES FOR
                                            SUPPORT OF DEFENSE ACQUISITION WORKFORCE
                                            IMPROVEMENT ACT (DAWIA) AND MAJOR ARMY WEAPONS AND
                                            AUTOMATION PROGRAMS.

Z***    Z***   EE                           STRUCTURE REALIGNMENT COSTS AND SAVINGS (SHORT
                                            TERM PROJECT)

        ZEIG   EE    2006    OPEN           EE PEG IGPBS INCREMENTAL COSTS
                                            TO CAPTURE INCREMENTAL COSTS IN EE PEG OF INTEGRATED
                                            GLOBAL PRESENCE AND BASING STUDY REALIGNMENTS.




                                        II INSTALLATIONS


BR**           II

        BR5A   II     1995   2005           BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE (BRAC) 95 COST
                                            BRAC 95 COSTS. FUNDS IMPLEMENTATION OF BRAC 95
                                            COMMISSION RECOMMENDATIONS INCLUDING CLEANUP OF
                                            THE ENVIRONMENT PRIOR TO DEED TRANSFER AND REUSE.
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                                          REMAINS IN THE ARMY TOTAL OBLIGATION AUTHORITY (TOA)
                                          UNTIL THE BUDGET YEAR AT WHICH TIME THE FUNDS
                                          TRANSFER TO AN OSD ACCOUNT AND ARE APPROPRIATED AS
                                          OSD FUNDS.

        BRAC   II     1996   OPEN         BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE


D***           II

        DA3G   II     1988   OPEN
                                          RESOURCES NEW INITIATIVES DIRECTED/APPROVED BY
                                          SENIOR LEADERSHIP. EFFECTIVE FY2002, RESOURCES THOSE
                                          INSTALLATIONS AND INFRASTRUCTURE COSTS REQUIRED TO
                                          IMPLEMENT ARMY TRANSFORMATION. THESE COSTS INCLUDE
                                          LAND ACQUISITION, ENVIRONMENTAL DOCUMENTATION,
                                          PLANNING AND DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, IMBEDDED FACILITY
                                          INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
                                          CONNECTIVITY TO THE EXISTING INSTALLATION IT BACKBONE,
                                          AND OTHER DIRECT FACILITY RELATED COSTS FOR II PEG
                                          PROPONENT FACILITIES (E.G.BARRACKS, HOUSING, PHYSICAL
                                          FITNESS CENTERS). DA3G IS A CRITICAL ENABLER TO THE
                                          SUCCESSFUL STATIONING, FIELDING, TRAINING AND
                                          OPERATIONS OF THE ARMY‘S INTERIM BRIGADE COMBAT
                                          TEAMS (IBCT) AND ULTIMATELY, THE OBJECTIVE FORCE (OF).
                                          EXCLUDES COSTS FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION OR
                                          RETROFITS/MODERNIZATION OR RESCOPING OF EXISTING
                                          FACILITIES WHEN GENERATED BY NEW MISSION, NEW
                                          DOCTRINE OR NEW SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT (FOR WHICH
                                          COSTS ARE RESOURCED BY THE PROPONENT PEG).

        DA3O   II     2005   OPEN         OBJECTIVE FORCE FACILITY SUPPORT
                                          NARRATIVE: TBD

        DA3S   II     2005   OPEN         SBCT FACILITY SUPPORT
                                          NARRATIVE: TBD

        DA3V   II     2005   OPEN         AVIATION TRANSFORMATION FACILITY SUPPORT
                                          NARRATIVE: TBD

        DFFE   II     2004   OPEN         FIELD FORCE ENGINEERING
                                          PROVIDES AGILE, RESPONSIVE TECHNICAL ENGINEERING AND
                                          CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION SUPPORT CAPABILITIES TO
                                          COCOMS AND THEIR ARMY COMPONENTS WORLDWIDE DURING
                                          CONTINGENCIES, EXERCISES AND PEACETIME ENGAGEMENT
                                          THROUGH THE IMPLEMENTATION OF USACE FIELD FORCE
                                          ENGINEERING DOCTRINE. SUPPORTS COCOMS IN THE
                                          THEATER OF OPERATIONS BY ENABLING FORWARD DEPLOYED
                                          ENGINEER ASSETS TO LEVERAGE CONUS-BASED TECHNICAL
                                          ENGINEERING CENTERS THROUGH REACHBACK SYSTEMS TO
                                          INSTALLATIONS WORLDWIDE. RAPIDLY DESIGN AND
                                          CONSTRUCT ARMY FACILITIES AND INSTALLATIONS TO FULLY
                                          SUPPORT AND SATISFY THE WARFIGHTING NEEDS OF THE
                                          ARMY, SPECIFICALLY THE FORCE PROJECTION, PROTECTION,
                                          READINESS AND TRAINING. FUNDS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS
                                          AND SOFTWARE UPGRADES TO THE THEATER CONSTRUCTION
                                          MANAGEMENT SYSTEM, TELE-ENGINEERING SYSTEM FIELDING
                                          AND PROVIDES FOR ENGINEER PLANNING POSITIONS IN
                                          SUPPORT OF ARMY SERVICE COMPONENT COMMANDERS AND
                                          COCOMS. PROVIDES FUNDING FOR USACE MILITARY
                                          READINESS BY REPLACING USACE REIMBURSABLE FUNDED
                                          SALARIES WHEN PERSONNEL PARTICIPATE IN TRAINING FOR
                                          CONTINGENCIES, OPERATIONS PLANNING, HOMELAND
                                          SECURITY OPERATIONS, TEMPORARY DEPLOYMENTS FOR
                                          JCS/COCOM EXERCISES, OR PROVIDING TECHNICAL
                                          ASSISTANCE TO SUPPORTED COCOMS DURING PEACETIME
                                          ENGAGEMENT ACTIVITIES.
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        DMCS   II     1991   OPEN         MOBILIZATION CONSTRUCTION SUPPORT


E***           II

        E314   II     1991   OPEN         MILITARY CONSTRUCTION ARMY PLANNING AND DESIGN
                                          MILITARY WORKS ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT –
                                          RESOURCE CORPS OF ENGINEERS SUPPORT TO THE ARMY
                                          FOR PLANNING AND DESIGN OF MILITARY CONSTRUCTION
                                          PROJECTS.

        E315   II     1991   OPEN         MINOR CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM
                                          PROVIDES FOR UNSPECIFIED MINOR CONSTRUCTION
                                          PROJECTS WHICH HAVE A FUNDED COST OF $1,500,000 OR
                                          LESS ($3,000,000 OR LESS FOR LIFE, HEALTH, SAFETY
                                          PROJECTS) INCLUDING CONSTRUCTION, ALTERATION OR
                                          CONVERSION OF PERMANENT OR TEMPORARY FACILITIES AS
                                          AUTHORIZED UNDER TITLE 10 USC 2805. ALSO INCLUDES USAR
                                          AND ARNG MILCON FOR MINOR CONSTRUCTION.

        E32H   II     1992   OPEN         ARMY FAMILY HOUSING: OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE,
                                          LEASING
                                          OPERATIONS, MAINTENANCE, LEASING AND DEFICIT
                                          REDUCTION NEW CONSTRUCTION. PROVIDES FOR THE
                                          MINIMAL ESSENTIAL PROGRAM FOR AFH OWNED AND LEASED
                                          UNITS. SUPORTS THE MUST-FUND COST OF OPERATIONS,
                                          LEASING, AND MINIMAL ESSENTIAL MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR.
                                          DOES NOT FUND BACKLOGGED MAINTENANCE OR PREVENT
                                          LONG TERM DETERIORATION. FUNDS DEFICIT REDUCTION NEW
                                          CONSTRUCTION IN KOREA.


        E32R   II     1992   OPEN         REVITALIZATION OF ARMY FAMILY HOUSING
                                          PROVIDE THE AFHO/AFHC NECESSARY TO SUPPORT THE DPG
                                          DIRECTIVE TO ELIMINATE INADEQUATE FAMILY HOUSING
                                          WORLDWIDE BY 2010.

        E33H   II     2003   OPEN         ARMY FAMILY HOUSING: OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE,
                                          LEASING US OVERSEAS
                                          US OVERSEAS OPERATIONS, MAINTENANCE, LEASING AND
                                          DEFICIT REDUCTION NEW CONSTRUCTION. PROVIDES FOR
                                          THE MINIMAL ESSENTIAL PROGRAM FOR AFH OWNED AND
                                          LEASED UNITS. SUPORTS THE MUST-FUND COST OF
                                          OPERATIONS, LESING, AND MINIMAL ESSENTIAL MAINTENANCE
                                          AND REPAIR. DOES NOT FUND BACKLOGGED MAINTENANCE OR
                                          PREVENT LONG TERM DETERIORATION. FUNDS DEFICIT
                                          REDUCTION NEW CONSTRUCTION IN KOREA.

        E33R   II     2003   OPEN         REVITALIZATION OF ARMY FAMILY HOUSING-US OVERSEAS
                                          PROVIDE THE AFHO/AFHC NECESSARY TO SUPPORT THE DPG
                                          DIRECTIVE TO ELIMINATE INADEQUATE FAMILY HOUSING
                                          WORLDWIDE BY 2010 IN US OVERSEAS.

        E34H   II     2003   OPEN         ARMY FAMILY HOUSING: OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE,
                                          LEASING-FOREIGN
                                          FOREIGN OPERATIONS, MAINTENANCE, LEASING AND DEFICIT
                                          REDUCTION NEW CONSTRUCTION. PROVIDES FOR THE
                                          MINIMAL ESSENTIAL PROGRAM FOR AFH OWNED AND LEASED
                                          UNITS. SUPPORTS THE MUST-FUND COST OF OPERATIONS,
                                          LEASING, AND MINIMAL ESSENTIAL MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR.
                                          DOES NOT FUND BACKLOGGED MAINTENANCE OR PREVENT
                                          LONG TERM DETERIORATION. FUNDS DEFICIT REDUCTION FOR
                                          NEW CONSTRUCTION IN KOREA.

        E34R   II     2003   OPEN         REVITALIZATION OF ARMY FAMILY HOUSING-FOREIGN
                                          PROVIDE THE AFHO/AFHC NECESSARY TO SUPPORT THE DPG
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                                          DIRECTIVE TO ELIMINATE INADEQUATE FAMILY HOUSING
                                          WORLDWIDE BY 2010 IN FOREIGN.

        E35H   II     2003   OPEN         ARMY FAMILY HOUSING: OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE,
                                          LEASING-CONUS
                                          CONUS OPERATIONS, MAINTENANCE, LEASING AND DEFICIT
                                          REDUCTION NEW CONSTRUCTION. PROVIDES FOR THE
                                          MINIMAL ESSENTIAL PROGRAM FOR AFH OWNED AND LEASED
                                          UNITS. SUPORTS THE MUST FUND COST OF OPERATIONS,
                                          LEASING, AND MINIMAL ESSENTIAL MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR.
                                          DOES NOT FUND BACKLOGGED MAINTENANCE OR PREVENT
                                          LONG TERM DETERIORATION. FUNDS DEFICIT REDUCTION
                                          FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION IN KOREA.

        E35R   II     2003   OPEN         CONUS REVITALIZATION OF ARMY FAMILY HOUSING

                                          PROVIDE THE CONUS AFHO/AFHC NECESSARY TO SUPPORT
                                          THE DPG DIRECTIVE TO ELIMINATE INADEQUATE FAMILY
                                          HOUSING WORLDWIDE BY 2010.

        E3H6   II     2004   OPEN         UNACCOMPANIED PERSONNEL HOUSING
                                          ENCOMPASSES REVITALIZATION OR CONSTRUCTION OF
                                          ACTIVE, NATIONAL GUARD AND RESERVE UNACCOMPANIED
                                          PERSONNEL HOUSING (UPH) THAT IS NOT PERMANENT PARTY
                                          BARRACKS MODERNIZATION COMPLEXES (E3H7) OR INITIAL
                                          ENTRY TRAINING COMPLEXES (EAFS). INCLUDES
                                          UNACCOMPANIED OFFICER QUARTERS, SENIOR NCO
                                          QUARTERS, ADVANCED SKILLS TRAINING BARRACKS (E.G.,
                                          BASIC AND ADVANCED NCO TRAINING, RANGER AND AIRBORNE
                                          SCHOOLS), RESERVE COMPONENT BARRACKS, AND CADET
                                          BARRACKS.


        E3H7   II     1991   OPEN         PERMANENT PARTY BARRACKS MODERNIZATION PROGRAM
                                          REVITALIZE UNACCOMPANIED PERSONNEL HOUSING FOR
                                          PERMANENT PARTY SOLDIERS. PROVIDES FOR THE
                                          SYSTEMATIC REPLACEMENT OR RENOVATION OF
                                          UNACCOMPANIED PERSONNEL HOUSING FACILITIES,
                                          INCLUDING INITIAL ISSUE FURNISHINGS, TO MODERNIZE TO
                                          CURRENT STANDARDS FOR SOLDIER WELL-BEING AND
                                          MISSION ACCOMPLISHMENT. THIS INCLUDES PROJECTS THAT
                                          ADDRESS FUNCTIONAL AS WELL AS PHYSICAL
                                          OBSOLESCENCE. FACILITIES FUNDED WITHIN THIS MDEP ARE
                                          LISTED UNDER FACILITY CATEGORY GROUP (CG) 720 IN AR 415-
                                          28 AND PARA 7 OF DODI 4165.3. COMPLEXES MAY ALSO
                                          INCLUDE ADMINISTRATIVE FACILITIES (CG 610) ASSOCIATED
                                          WITH THE BARRACKS. FACILITIES WILL SUPPORT MISSION
                                          REQUIREMENTS AND WILL NOT INCLUDE ANY NEW MISSION
                                          INITIATIVES.

        E3H9   II     2009   OPEN         Operational Readiness Training Complex
                                          Encompasses revitalization or construction of ORTCs for transient
                                          collective training to replace World War II wood cantonment facilities.
                                          Supports reserve component Annual Training (AT), Inactive Duty
                                          Training and mobilization facility requirements as well as active
                                          component cantonment requirements when training away from home
                                          station. Complexes include open bay enlisted barracks, officer/senior
                                          NCO housing, Bde, Bn, & Co HQ, maintenance facilities and dinning
                                          facilities. All facilities are austere and designed for temporary
                                          occupancy to support collective training and RC mobilization
        E3RE   II     1991   OPEN         USACE IN SUPPORT TO ARMY
                                          USACE IN SUPPORT TO ARMY FUNDS REAL ESTATE, FACILITIES
                                          ENGINEER AND CONSTRUCTION SUPPORT PROGRAMS AND
                                          USACE HQ, DIVISIONS AND LABORATORY ACTIVITIES.
                                          INCLUDES SALARIES, CONTRACTS, EQUIPMENT, FACILITIES
                                          AND ASSOCIATED COSTS FOR FACILITIES SPACE CRITERIA
                                          (PEACETIME AND MOBILIZATION), TESTS, STUDIES AND
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                                          TERRAIN ANALYSIS.

        EAFS   II     2003   OPEN         FOCUSED FACILITY STRATEGY INVESTMENT PROGRAM
                                          RESOURCES FACILITY CAPITAL INVESTMENT TO SUPPORT
                                          MISSION READINESS. INCLUDES THAT PORTION OF THE ARMY
                                          FACILITY STRATEGY THAT FOCUSES INVESTMENT ON
                                          SELECTED FACILITY TYPES TO BRING QUALITY OF ARMY
                                          FACILITIES TO AN OVERALL RATING OF C2 BY THE END OF
                                          FY2010 AND ELIMINATE FACILITY SHORTFALLS OVER 20 YEARS.
                                          FUNDS ACTIVE COMPONENT, U.S. ARMY RESERVES, AND ARMY
                                          NATIONAL GUARD FACILITY NEW CONSTRUCTION (MCA, MCAR,
                                          MCNG) AND SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION, AND
                                          MODERNIZATION (SRM) TO RENEW, REPLACE, OR CONSTRUCT
                                          FOCUSED FACILITY TYPES (OMA, OMAR, OMNG).

        EAMF   II     2008   OPEN         Facility requirements in support of AMF
                                          Programs incremental facility requirements associated with AMF
                                          moves.
        EGRO   II     2008   OPEN         Grow the Army – Military Construction
                                          Establishes the requirements and assumptions used to provide the
                                          additional facilities in support of recent decisions regarding growth of
                                          the Army. Provides full and timely funding of MILCON (MCA, MCNG,
                                          MCAR, AFHC, AFHO) and their tails to facilitate growth while ensuring
                                          Soldier and Family quality of life are maintained with increase in
                                          demands by the Armed Forces.
        EIGP   II     2008   OPEN         IGPBS
                                          Programs incremental requirements associated with IGPBS moves.
        EITS   II     2011   OPEN         Installation Training Support Facilities

                                          Facilities that meet training support requirements for individual training
                                          that is not related to: Initial Entry Training (IET), Advanced Skill
                                          Individual Training (AIT), and Reception Barracks. Primarily composed
                                          of Advanced Skill Training TDY barracks and Regional Training
                                          Institute requirements. May be built as a complex to include company
                                          operations facilities, barracks, dining facility, classrooms and training
                                          areas.
        ENVR   II     1988   OPEN         ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION PROGRAM
                                          CLEAN UP OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION RESULTING
                                          FROM PAST WASTE DISPOSAL PRACTICES, LEAKS, SPILLS, AND
                                          OTHER ACTIVITIES (REDUCE MOST SERIOUS HEALTH RISKS) AT
                                          ACTIVE ARMY INSTALLATIONS. APPLIES TO CURRENTLY
                                          CONTROLLED REAL PROPERTY AND SITES ADJACENT TO
                                          THESE PROPERTIES. EMPHASIZES IDENTIFICATION,
                                          INVESTIGATION, AND CLEANUP OF HAZARDOUS
                                          SUBSTANCES/WASTES THAT HAVE RESULTED IN RELEASE.
                                          INCLUDES UXO RESPONSE ACTIONS AT CLOSED RANGES ON
                                          ACTIVE INSTALLATIONS.

        ERCI   II     2004   OPEN         RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITIES INITIATIVE (RCI)
                                          RESOURCES THE PRIVATIZATION OF ARMY HOUSING UNDER
                                          THE MILITARY HOUSING PRIVATIZATION INITIATIVE ACT.
                                          INCLUDES ARMY FAMILY HOUSING-OPERATIONS (AFH-O), 1950
                                          ACCOUNT, TO CONDUCT PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENTS OR
                                          OTHER ARRANGEMENTS REQUIRED TO PRIVATIZE FAMILY
                                          HOUSING OPERATIONS. CAPTURES CIVILIAN PAY, TRAVEL,
                                          CONSULTING SERVICES, ACQUISITION ACTIVITIES,
                                          ENVIRONMENTAL AND HISTORIC PROPERTY ASSESSMENTS,
                                          REAL ESTATE SUPPORT, OTHER PLANS AND SERVICES AND
                                          POST-TRANSITION PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT ACTIVITIES (E.G.
                                          MONITORING CONSTRUCTION, RENOVATION, AND SERVICES,
                                          AND AUDITING FINANCES). ALSO INCLUDES ARMY FAMILY
                                          HOUSING-CONSTRUCTION RESOURCES TO MEET OMB
                                          SCORING REQUIREMENTS AND ARMY DIRECT INVESTMENTS IN
                                          FAMILY HOUSING PRIVATIZATION AGREEMENTS.

        ERVT   II     2004   OPEN         MILITARY CONSTRUCTION
                                          PROVIDES FOR THE SYSTEMATIC REPLACEMENT AND
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                                          MODERNIZATION OF OPERATIONAL AND TRAINING FACILITIES
                                          WITH THE GOAL OF MODERNIZING TO CURRENT STANDARDS
                                          OF MISSION ACCOMPLISHMENT. THIS INCLUDES PROJECTS
                                          THAT ADDRESS FUNCTIONAL AS WELL AS PHYSICAL
                                          OBSOLESCENCE. FACILITIES WILL SUPPORT CURRENT MISSION
                                          REQUIREMENTS AND WILL NOT INCLUDE ANY NEW MISSION
                                          INITIATIVES. FACILITIES FUNDED WITH THIS MDEP ARE LISTED
                                          UNDER FACILITY CLASS 100-800 IN AR 415-15 AND PARA 1-8 OF
                                          DODI 4165.3. FACILITY CATEGORY GROUPS INCLUDED IN MDEP
                                          EAFS FOR THE ARMY‘S FACILITY STRATEGY PROGRAM ARE
                                          EXCLUDED FROM THIS MDEP.

        EXCS   II     2004   OPEN         EXCESS INDUSTRIAL FACILITY DISPOSAL
                                          FUNDS THE DISPOSAL OF 13 EXCESS INDUSTRIAL PROPERTIES.
                                          THIS INCLUDES ENVIRONMENTAL CHARACTERIZATION,
                                          LAYAWAY OF INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES, MAINTENANCE OF
                                          INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES, EXPLOSIVE BUILDING
                                          DECONTAMINATION, ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE AND
                                          INSTALLATION CARETAKER COSTS PRIOR TO DISPOSAL. THIS
                                          MDEP CONSOLIDATES ALL OF THE RESOURCES TO SUPPORT
                                          PROPERTY DISPOSAL EXCEPT FOR ER,A FUNDING. ARMY IS
                                          WORKING TO DISPOSE THESE 13 PROPERTIES BY FY 2007, A
                                          GOAL ESTABLISHED BY THE VCSA.


FA**           II                         FIELD OPERATING AGENCIES

        FAPC   II     1988   OPEN         COMMUNITY & FAMILY SUPPORT CENTER
                                          FUNDS THE U.S. ARMY COMMUNITY AND FAMILY SUPPORT
                                          CENTER (USACFSC), OACSIM FOA, WHICH DEVELOPS AND
                                          IMPLEMENTS PROGRAM POLICY, MANAGEMENT, AND
                                          OPERATIONS TO ACHIEVE CONGRESSIONAL, DOD, AND ARMY
                                          OBJECTIVES FOR MWR/FAMILY PROGRAMS AT HQDA LEVEL.
                                          THIS MDEP INCLUDES FUNDING FOR HQDA MANPOWER AND
                                          OPERATIONAL SUPPORT FOR CHILD & YOUTH DEVELOPMENT
                                          SERVICES; ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE, COMMUNITY
                                          RECREATION PROGRAMS; SPORTS AND FITNESS PROGRAMS;
                                          ARMY ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMS; ARMY FAMILY ACTION
                                          PLAN; TRANSITIONAL COMPENSATION; OVERSIGHT OF MWR
                                          PROGRAMS; AND LIMITED SUPPORT OF UTILITIES, REPAIR AND
                                          MAINTENANCE FOR AFRC-EUROPE AND DRAGON HILL LODGE.

HP**           II                         HISTORIC PROPERTIES

        HPIP   II     2003   2007         HISTORIC PROPERTIES IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
                                          THE HISTORIC PROPERTIES IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
                                          CONTINUES A PROGRAM THAT LEVERAGES FUNDS FROM THE
                                          PRIVATE SECTOR, GENERATES BENEFITS TO THE ARMY AND
                                          REDUCES THE NUMBER OF HISTORIC PROPERTIES.


MS**           II                         NON-PROGRAM EXECUTIVE OFFICE INTENSIVELY MANAGED
                                          INFORMATION/COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS

        MS2C   II     1989   OPEN         INSPECTOR GENERAL WORLDWIDE NET
                                          PAYS FOR ADPE TO SUSTAIN AND MODERNIZE ARMY
                                          INSPECTOR GENERAL WORLDWIDE NETWORK. INCLUDES:
                                          E-MAIL HOST, LAN/WAN ADMINISTRATION AND HELP DESK AT
                                          DAIG; POST OFFICE SERVERS AND SOFTWARE AT 115 ACTIVE
                                          ARMY, 53 ARNG, AND 62 USAR SITES; LCM REPLACEMENT AT
                                          20% PER YEAR; NETWORK MAINTENANCE, SECURITY
                                          (ROUTERS), INITIAL TRAINING, AND A STANDARD DATABASE TO
                                          INTEGRATE DATA FROM ALL IG SITES AND FACILITATE
                                          RECOGNITION OF SYSTEMIC PROBLEMS THROUGHOUT ARMY.

        MS3H   II     1988   OPEN         PAPERLESS CONTRACTING
                                          SUPPORTS ARMY AND DOD EFFORTS TO IMPLEMENT
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                                          PAPERLESS CONTRACTING AND ASSOCIATED REPORTING
                                          SYSTEMS. STANDARD PROCUREMENT SYSTEM (SPS):
                                          INVESTMENT AND O&S COSTS FOR DEPLOYMENT AND
                                          OPERATION OF THE DOD STANDARD SYSTEM SUPPORTING
                                          ARMY INSTALLATIONS AND FOR CONTINGENCY CONTRACTING
                                          (BRCCS) IAW STATUTORY REQUIREMENTS. SUPPORTS
                                          QUARTERLY SOFTWARE UPDATES AND VERSION RELEASES.
                                          ARMY SINGLE FACE TO INDUSTRY (ASFI): WEB-ENABLED
                                          FRONT END (FOR INDUSTRY) TO SPS AND LEGACY
                                          CONTRACTING FOR NEW BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. PRWEB:
                                          AUTOMATES REQUIREMENTS GENERATION, TRACKING, AND
                                          ROUTING TO SEAMLESSLY POPULATE THE ARMY INSTALLATION
                                          CONTRACTING SYSTEM. ACQUISITION KNOWLEDGE
                                          MANAGEMENT: DEPLOY TECHNOLOGY TO SHARE KNOWLEDGE
                                          ACROSS ACQUISITION COMMUNITY. WIDE-AREA WORK FLOW
                                          (WAWF): DEPLOY DOD SOLUTION FOR ELECTRONIC RECEIPT
                                          AND ACCEPTANCE OF GOODS, SERVICES AND INVOICES
                                          AMONG INDUSTRY, THE RECEIVER, CONTRACTING OFFICE,
                                          DFAS IN A WEB BASED WORKFLOW. CONTRACTING
                                          REPORTING/BUSINESS SYSTEMS: PAST PERFORMANCE
                                          MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM, WEIGHTED GUIDELINES,
                                          FEDERAL DATA DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM, AND FEDBIZOPS,
                                          REVERSE AUCTIONING.

        MS4X   II     1989   OPEN         COMPUTER SECURITY
                                          INFORMATION ASSURANCE (IA) ARE MEASURES THAT PROTECT
                                          AND DEFEND INFORMATION AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS BY
                                          ENSURING THEIR AVAILABILITY, INTEGRITY, AUTHENTICATION,
                                          CONFIDENTIALITY, AND NON-REPUDIATION TO ACHIEVE A
                                          DEFENSE-IN-DEPTH APPROACH THAT INTEGRATES THE
                                          CAPABILITIES OF PERSONNEL, OPERATIONS, AND
                                          TECHNOLOGY.

        MS4Z   II     1989   2011         MACOM MISSION ADP SUSTAINMENT
                                          SUPPORTS MISSIONS NOT IDENTIFIED WITH A PARTICULAR
                                          FUNCTIONAL AREA OR OTHER CENTRALLY MANAGED
                                          PROGRAMS. IDENTIFIES MACOM AND COMPONENT MISSION
                                          CRITICAL AUTOMATION RESOURCES WHICH INCLUDES SMALL
                                          PROCUREMENT OF ADP HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE, AND
                                          MAINTENANCE. SYSTEMS SUPPORT THE SOLDIER IN THE FIELD
                                          AND AUGMENT BATTLE STAFF IN TIMES OF CRISIS AND/OR
                                          CONTINGENCIES.

        MS5P   II     1989   OPEN         MILITAY POLICE MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
                                          MILITARY POLICE MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
                                          (MPMIS). CONTAINS 5 SUBSYSTEMS, WHICH PROVIDE LAW
                                          ENFORCEMENT REPORTING, CORRECTIONAL TRACKING,
                                          VEHICLE AND WEAPON REGISTRATION, AND MANAGEMENT
                                          PLANNING OF INSTALLATION PHYSICAL SECURITY ACTIVITIES.
                                          ENEMY PRISONER OF WAR ACCOUNTABILITY SYSTEM MEETS
                                          REQUIREMENTS OF ARTICLE 123 OF THE GENEVA
                                          CONVENTION. ALLOWS RAPID DATA RETRIEVAL BY COMMANDS
                                          TO IDENTIFY REPEAT OFFENDERS AND EMPLOY CRIME
                                          PREVENTION MEASURES TO PROTECT SOLDIERS AND
                                          COMMAND SENSITIVE RESOURCES. PROGRAMMED
                                          ENHANCEMENTS WILL MEET REQUIREMENTS OF
                                          CONGRESSIONALLY MANDATED NATIONAL INCIDENT BASED
                                          REPORTING SYSTEM.

        MS6B   II     1992   OPEN         RESERVE COMPONENT AUTOMATION SYSTEM
                                          RESERVE COMPONENT AUTOMATION SYSTEM (RCAS).
                                          SUSTAIN AND MODERNIZE AN AUTOMATED INFORMATION
                                          SYSTEM THAT ENHANCES THE RESERVE COMPONENT‘S
                                          ABILITY TO ACHIEVE AND SUSTAIN CRITICAL AUTOMATION
                                          INTEROPERABILITY AND ACCOMPLISH UNIT MOBILIZATION
                                          PLANNING AND READINESS, DAY TO DAY OPERATIONS AND
                                          ADMINISTRATION. FULLY DEPLOYED, RCAS WILL LINK 10,500
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                                          ARNG AND USAR UNITS AT OVER 4,000 SITES LOCATED IN ALL
                                          50 STATES, DC, GUAM, PUERTO RICO, THE VIRGIN ISLANDS,
                                          EUROPE AND THE PACIFIC RIM. THIS MDEP PROVIDES
                                          ACQUISITION, OPERATIONS AND SUSTAINMENT SUPPORT FOR
                                          THE FULL LIFE CYCLE OF THE SYSTEM.

        MSEC   II     1994   OPEN         ARMY ELECTRONIC BUSINESS/ELECTRONIC COMMERCE
                                          THIS MDEP FUNDS THE DOD BIOMETRICS MANAGEMENT
                                          OFFICE (BMO), WHICH EXECUTES THE ARMY‘S
                                          CONGRESSIONALLY-MANDATED EXECUTIVE AGENT MISSION
                                          FOR DOD BIOMETRICS (AUTOMATED METHODS OF HUMAN
                                          RECOGNITION). THE DOD BMO ALSO SUPPORTS BIOMETRIC
                                          RESEARCH, TESTING, EVALUATION, AND RELATED ACTIVITIES
                                          THROUGH ITS BIOMETRIC FUSION CENTER (BFC) IN
                                          BRIDGEPORT, WV. THE BFC IS THE TECHNICAL ARM OF THE
                                          BMO, PROVIDE DOD‘S BIOMETRIC TESTING AND EVALUATION
                                          CAPABILITY. BY EXECUTING THESE MISSIONS, THE DOD
                                          BIOMETRICS PROGRAM FOCUSES ON AN ENTERPRISE
                                          APPROACH, EMPHASIZING INTEROPERABILITY AND UTILIZING
                                          TESTED BIOMETRIC TECHNOLOGIES FOR INCORPORATION
                                          INTO DOD BUSINESS PROCESSES.


MU**           II                         NON-PROGRAM EXECUTIVE OFFICE SUSTAINING BASE
                                          INFORMATION/COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS

        MU1M   II     1989   OPEN         VISUAL INFORMATION MISSION SUPPORT
                                          PROVIDE FUNDING FOR VISUAL INFORMATION (VI) INVESTMENT
                                          EQUIPMENT, DOCUMENTATION, PRODUCTION, ARMY-WIDE
                                          DISTRIBUTION, AND PRESENTATION SERVICES FOR ALL
                                          REGIONS, MISSIONS AND FUNCTIONS OF THE ARMY, OSD, JCS
                                          AND HQDA. THESE INCLUDE MOTION PICTURE, DIGITAL AND
                                          LINEAR VIDEO PRODUCTION, DIGITAL AND STILL
                                          PHOTOGRAPHY, AUDIO, GRAPHIC ART, WEB READY ACCESS
                                          IMAGE FILES, AND PROVIDE TELE-TRAINING/TELEMEDICINE
                                          MATERIAL DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT. IT ALSO PROVIDES
                                          FUNDING FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF VI ACTIVITIES INCLUDING
                                          CIVILIAN PAY, EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT, SUPPLIES, TRAVEL,
                                          AND CONTRACT SUPPORT.

        MU1P   II     1989   OPEN         ARMY WIDE PUBLISHING
                                          PROVIDES FUNDS FOR PUBLISHING, PRINTING AND
                                          DISTRIBUTION OF ARMY-WIDE MULTI-MEDIA PUBLICATIONS AND
                                          FORMS (TECHNICAL, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLY, TRAINING, FIELD
                                          MANUALS, BULLETINS, AND ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS,
                                          CIRCULARS, AND PAMPHLETS), AND OTHER INFORMATION
                                          MEDIA PRODUCTS. DISSEMINATES ARMY POLICY,
                                          PROCEDURES, GUIDANCE AND INFORMATION THAT
                                          IMPLEMENTS DOD DIRECTIVES AND INSTRUCTIONS.
                                          IMPLEMENTS TITLE 44 USC, AND JOINT (CONGRESSIONAL)
                                          COMMITTEE ON PRINTING (JCP) RULES AND REGULATIONS.
                                          PROVIDES OPERATING FUNDS FOR USAPA.

        MU1U   II     1989   OPEN         MILITARY CONSTRUCTION ARMY INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
                                          INSTALL
                                          PROVIDES COMMUNICATIONS SUPPORT FOR MILITARY
                                          CONSTRUCTION/UPGRADE PROJECTS. PROVIDES TELEPHONE
                                          INSTRUMENTS, SWITCHES, CABLING, AND PERIPHERAL
                                          COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT NEEDED IN NEWLY
                                          CONSTRUCTED BUILDINGS. MODERNIZES
                                          OUTDATED/INADEQUATE FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT.
                                          PROVIDES INITIAL SPARE/REPAIR PARTS. POWER RELIABILITY
                                          AND ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM IMPROVES AND ASSURES THE
                                          RELIABILITY OF ELECTRIC POWER AND OTHER UTILITIES THAT
                                          SUPPORT CRITICAL C4ISR SITES.

        MU1W   II     1989   OPEN         DEFENSE MESSAGE SYSTEM-ARMY
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                                          DEFENSE MESSAGE SYSTEM-ARMY (DMS). DMS IS THE DOD‘S
                                          OFFICIAL SYSTEM OF RECORD FOR ORGANIZATIONAL
                                          MESSAGING, COMMAND AND CONTROL AS ESTABLISHED
                                          UNDER ASD C3I MEMORANDUM DATED 12 APRIL 2001. DMS
                                          PROVIDES A SINGLE, SECURE, GLOBAL INTER-SERVICE
                                          MESSAGING CAPABILITY EXTENDING FROM THE SUSTAINING
                                          BASE TO THE WARFIGHTER. DMS FEATURES ARE: (1) USER
                                          OPERATED SERVICE (2) A SINGLE FORM OF MESSAGING
                                          SERVICE AND SIMPLIFIED MESSAGE FORMAT (3) MULTILEVEL
                                          SECURE PROCESSING THROUGH THE USE OF MULTILEVEL
                                          INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY INITIATIVES (4) AUTOMATED
                                          LOCAL DISTRIBUTION MULTIFUNCTION WORKSTATIONS FOR
                                          MOST USERS

        MU2Z   II     1994   OPEN         INSTALLATION INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE
                                          MODERNIZATION PROGRAM (13MP)
                                          INSTALLATION INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE
                                          MODERNIZATION PROGRAM (I3MP) – MODERNIZES THE VOICE,
                                          DATA AND COMPUTING INFRASTRUCTURE ON THE
                                          INSTALLATION AND THE INTERFACE WITH THE PUBLIC AND DOD
                                          LONG HAUL COMMUNICATIONS NETWORKS. I3MP SUPPORTS
                                          THE DEPLOYED COMMANDER BY UPGRADING THE CAPACITY
                                          AND RELIABILITY OF THE INFRASTRUCTURE TO WHICH HE OR
                                          SHE WILL CONNECT FOR ACCESS TO STAY BEHIND FORCES
                                          AND SUPPORT AGENCIES. IT IS ALSO THE LOCAL DISTRIBUTION
                                          CAPABILITY FOR INFORMATION EXCHANGE FOR BUSINESS
                                          SYSTEMS AND COLLABORATION.


MX**           II                         NON-PROGRAM EXECUTIVE OFFICE
                                          INFORMATION/COMMUNICATION SUPPORT ACTIVITIES

        MXCB   II     1989   OPEN         BASE COMMUNICATIONS
                                          PROVIDES BASE COMMUNICATIONS SUPPORT. FUNCTIONS
                                          SUPPORTED INCLUDE COMMUNICATIONS LEASED FROM LOCAL
                                          VENDORS, MAINTENANCE OF END-USER COMMUNICATIONS
                                          EQUIPMENT (TELEPHONES, RADIOS, FAX, OTHERS), AND ARMY
                                          LAND MOBILE RADIO. INCLUDES CIVILIAN PAY, LOCAL PHONE
                                          SERVICE, COMMERCIAL LONG DISTANCE (NON-FTS), C4 TECH
                                          SUPPORT, CONTRACT MAINTENANCE, PARTS SUPPORT, AND
                                          TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT.

        MXCL   II     1989   OPEN         LONG HAUL COMMUNICATIONS
                                          PROVIDES RESOURCES FOR LONG-HAUL COMMAND AND
                                          CONTROL (C2) COMMUNICATIONS. INCLUDES LONG LINES
                                          LEASED COMMUNICATIONS FACILITIES, ENGINEERING, AND
                                          INSTALLATION. RESOURCES SUPPORT THE DEFENSE
                                          COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS (DCS): DEFENSE SWITCHED
                                          NETWORK (DSN), DEFENSE INFORMATION SERVICES NETWORK
                                          (DISN), NON-SECURE INTERNET PROTOCOL ROUTER NETWORK
                                          (NIPRNET), SECRET INTERNET PROTOCOL ROUTER NETWORK
                                          (SIPRNET), DEFENSE SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM
                                          (DSCS), VIDEO TELECONFERENCE CENTER (VTC), FEDERAL
                                          TECHNOLOGY SERVICES (FTS) 2001, AND DEDICATED VOICE
                                          AND DATA CIRCUITS.

        MXEC   II     1989   OPEN         TECHNICAL SUPPORT OF I SYSTEMS ENGINEERING MISSIONS
                                          PROVIDES RESOURCES TO FACILITATE SYSTEMS
                                          ENGINEERING, SYSTEMS INTEGRATION, QUALITY ASSURANCE,
                                          FIELD ASSISTANCE, SOFTWARE RESEARCH AND ADVANCED
                                          TECHNOLOGY, AND ARMY-WIDE EXECUTIVE SOFTWARE AND
                                          HARDWARE PROCUREMENT AND DEPLOYMENT. ALSO
                                          PROVIDES RESOURCES TO OPERATE AND MAINTAIN TEST BED
                                          HARDWARE, SOFTWARE AND COMMUNICATIONS AS
                                          NECESSARY TO SUPPORT THE DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT,
                                          DEPLOYMENT, AND MAINTENANCE OF ARMY SYSTEMS, TO
                                          INCLUDE SOFTWARE ENGINEERING ARCHITECTURE GUIDANCE
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                                           DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION.

        MXKA    II     1989   OPEN         OCONUS COMMUNICATION INSRASTRUCTURE
                                           INSTALLATION AND WIDE AREA NETWORK COMMUNICATIONS
                                           INFRASTRUCTURE UPGRADE PROJECTS OCONUS.
                                           INFRASTRUCTURE UPGRADES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT
                                           THE TRANSMISSION REQUIREMENTS OF THE MANY ARMY AND
                                           JOINT PROGRAMS, WHICH WILL BE FIELDED IN THE NEXT
                                           DECADE. OCONUS INFRASTRUCTURE MODERNIZATION
                                           SUPPORTS THE DEPLOYED WARFIGHTER BY UPGRADING THE
                                           CAPACITY AND RELIABILITY OF THE COMMUNICATIONS
                                           INFRASTRUCTURE ON AND BETWEEN FORWARD DEPLOYED
                                           OCONUS INSTALLATIONS THAT DEPLOYED FORCES REACH
                                           BACK TOO.

        MXUS    II     1989   OPEN         ARMY WIDE INFORMATION SYSTEMS SUPPORT MACOMS
                                           PROVIDES OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE (O&M) FOR ARMY
                                           ASSIGNED STRATEGIC LEVEL MISSIONS OF DEFENSE
                                           COMBATANT COMMANDERS (COCOMS) AND JCS PROGRAMS AT
                                           ARMY LOCATIONS. IT ALSO SUPPORTS DEFENSE SATELLITE
                                           COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM ARMY EARTH STATIONS, MILITARY
                                           AFFILIATE RADIO SYSTEM (MARS), ANTENNA MAINTENANCE,
                                           AND SUPPORT FOR DEFENSE RED SWITCH NETWORK ARMY
                                           SWITCHES. PROVIDES OTHER PROCUREMENT ARMY (OPA)
                                           DCS MISSIONS AND O&M OF AMCS INFORMATION SYSTEMS
                                           SUPPORT CONTRACTING OFFICE FOR PROCUREMENT OF
                                           ARMY-WIDE INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND THE TECHNOLOGY
                                           APPLICATIONS OFFICE FOR LIFE CYCLE MANAGEMENT OF
                                           SPECIAL ACCESS PROGRAMS. FOCAL POINT FOR ENTERPRISE
                                           WIDE TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICE MANAGEMENT AND
                                           PLANNING TO SUPPORT THE NET-CENTRIC FORCE.


Q***    Q***    II                         STANDARD INSTALLATION ORGANIZATION (SIO)


        QAAF    II     2008   OPEN         Army Airfields (AAF) and Heliports (AHP)
                                           Supports the operations and maintenance for CONUS, OCONUS,
                                           Active, USAR and ARNG AAF/AHP activities minus Air Traffic Control
                                           (ATC). Ensures that AA/AHPs are maintained at a standard level of
                                           service supporting the Army‘s force generation platform capability and
                                           high stated of readiness.
        QAAP    II     1991   OPEN         ALCOHOL ABUSE PROGRAM
                                           INSTALLATION ALCOHOL ABUSE PROGRAM SERVICES FOR
                                           SOLDIERS, DEPENDENTS AND CIVILIANS. SERVICES INCLUDE
                                           TESTING/IDENTIFICATION; PREVENTION, EDUCATION AND
                                           TRAINING; COUNSELING AND REHABILITATIVE TREATMENT.
                                           TESTING REQUIREMENTS INCLUDE DEPT. OF
                                           TRANSPORTATION MANDATES FOR CIVILIAN COMMERCIAL
                                           DRIVER LICENSE HOLDERS. PREVENTION EDUCATION AND
                                           TRAINING INCLUDES SOLDIER, LEADER/SUPERVISOR, AND
                                           FAMILY MEMBERS AVERAGING 19,000 CLASSES AND 700,000
                                           RECIPIENTS ANNUALLY. SUPPORTS THE COUNSELING AND
                                           TREATMENT OF 6,000 CLIENTS/YEAR. HQDA ALCOHOL ABUSE
                                           SERVICES INCLUDE SUPPORT FOR RISK REDUCTION PROGRAM
                                           @ 28 INSTALLATIONS, DRUG/ALCOHOL MANAGEMENT
                                           INFORMATION SYSTEM, INSTALLATION PREVENTION TEAM
                                           TRAINING FOR 20 INSTALLATIONS/YEAR, INITIAL SKILL TRAINING
                                           FOR INSTALLATION PERSONNEL, PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT AND
                                           DISTRIBUTION TO 8000 SOLDIERS DESIGNATED AS UNIT
                                           PREVENTION LEADERS.

        QACS    II     1991   OPEN         ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICES
                                           PROVIDES STATUTORY AND REGULATORY ARMY COMMUNITY
                                           SERVICE (ACS) AND RESERVE COMPONENT FAMILY PROGRAMS
                                           TO SUPPORT THE EXPEDITIONARY FORCE THAT PROMOTE
                                           SELF-RELIANCE AND SATISFACTION WITH MILITARY LIFE
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                                               THROUGH PREVENTION, EDUCATION, AND TRAINING WHICH
                                               AIDS SOLDIER RETENTION, READINESS, MORALE AND FAMILY
                                               PREPAREDNESS. THE CORE PROGRAMS INCLUDE FINANCIAL
                                               READINESS, EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE, EXCEPTIONAL FAMILY
                                               MEMBER PROGRAM, EMPLOYMENT READINESS, FAMILY
                                               ADVOCACY, EMERGENCY PLACEMENT CARE, INFORMATION
                                               AND REFERRAL, OUTREACH, DEPLOYMENT/MOBILIZATION
                                               PROGRAMS, ARMY FAMILY TEAM BUILDING AND ARMY FAMILY
                                               ACTION PLAN. ALSO INCLUDES SERVICES FOR FAMILY
                                               READINESS GROUPS, ARMY EMERGENCY RELIEF, MAYORAL
                                               PROGRAM, TRANSITION ASSISTANCE, AND INSTALLATION
                                               VOLUNTEER SUPPORT.

        QATC   II         1991   OPEN          AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL
                                               NON-TACTICAL AIRSPACE AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL ACTIVITIES.
                                               ACTIVITIES DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: POLICY DEVELOPMENT,
                                               REQUIREMENTS ANALYSIS, PLANNING, OVERSIGHT,
                                               MANAGEMENT, RESOURCE ALLOCATION, AND OPERATION OF
                                               AERONAUTICAL SERVICES AND NON-TACTICAL AIR TRAFFIC
                                               CONTROL (ATC) ACTIVITIES AND FACILITIES WORLDWIDE.

        QCCS   II         1991   2009   QCYS   CHILD DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
                                               CORE CHILD CARE RESOURCES FOR THE TOTAL ARMY TO
                                               SUPPORT FORCE STABILIZATION. FUNDS INSTALLATION
                                               PERSONNEL AT REQUIRED LEVELS TO OPERATE INSTALLATION
                                               CHILD CARE PROGRAMS, AND PARTNERSHIP
                                               AGREEMENTS/CONTRACT SERVICES FOR ARMY SPONSORED
                                               COMMUNITY BASED CHILD CARE. ON AND OFF POST CARE
                                               OPTIONS INCLUDE: CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTERS, FAMILY
                                               CHILD CARE HOMES, SCHOOL-AGE PROGRAMS, AND
                                               OUTREACH SERVICES PROVIDED FOR CHILDREN AGES 4
                                               WEEKS-12 YEARS OF ELIGIBLE ACTIVE AND RESERVE
                                               COMPONENT SOLDIERS. FUNDING ENSURES QUALITY
                                               STANDARDS AND STAFFING LEVELS NECESSARY TO MINIMIZE
                                               RISK OF CHILD ABUSE AND TO ACHIEVE AND MAINTAIN DOD
                                               CERTIFICATION/STATE LICENSING EQUIVALENT AND NATIONAL
                                               ACCREDITATION PER STATUTORY REQUIREMENT AND DOD
                                               POLICY. CHILD CARE PROGRAM IS SUBJECT TO MILITARY
                                               CHILD CARE ACT, WHICH ADDRESSES PERSONNEL AND
                                               TRAINING REQUIREMENTS, PATRON FEES AND APPROPRIATED
                                               FUND SUPPORT.

        QDEC   II         1999   OPEN          COMMISSARY
                                               SUPPORT 126 ARMY COMMISSARIES WORLDWIDE ON A DAY-
                                               TO-DAY BASIS.

        QDEM   II         2000   OPEN          FACILITY REDUCTION PROGRAM
                                               THE FACILITY REDUCTION PROGRAM (FRP) WILL DISPOSE OF
                                               53 MILLION SQUARE FEET OF EXCESS FACILITIES, WHICH ARE
                                               NO LONGER ELIGIBLE FOR SUSTAINMENT RPM FUNDS. THESE
                                               FACILITIES HAVE BEEN REMOVED FROM THE RPM
                                               SUSTAINMENT CALCULATION, AND MUST BE DISPOSED OF AS
                                               FUNDS ARE AVAILABLE. MACOMS COMPETE FOR THESE
                                               FUNDS ANNUALLY, WITH PRIORITY GOING TO THOSE WHO CAN
                                               QUICKLY AND COST EFFECTIVELY DISPOSE OF FACILITIES.

        QDOC        II    1991   OPEN          DIRECTORATE OF CONTRACTING/CONTRACTING DIVISION
                                               RESOURCES INSTALLATION CONTRACTING OFFICES
                                               WORLDWIDE, INCLUDING THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE
                                               DIRECTOR OF CONTRACTING AND/OR THE CONTRACTING
                                               DIVISION AT EACH ARMY INSTALLATION, CONTRACTING
                                               CENTER. INCLUDES THE EXECUTION OF CONTRACTING AND
                                               PURCHASING FUNCTIONS AT THE POST, CAMP, AND STATION
                                               LEVEL FOR THE INSTALLATION MANAGEMENT, MACOM MISSION
                                               SUPPORT, WORLD WIDE CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS AND
                                               INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY E-COMMERCE AND COMMERCIAL
                                               CONTRACTING.
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        QDPC   II     1991   OPEN            SOLDIER REC AND COMMUNITY SPT
                                             COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTIVITIES – CORE ―L‖ ACCOUNT (LESS
                                             YOUTH) FUNDS THE MANAGEMENT, ADMINISTRATION AND
                                             OPERATION OF DPCA STAFF; COMMON SUPPORT FUNCTIONS;
                                             AND COMMUNITY RECREATION AND LEISURE PROGRAMS AT
                                             INSTALLATIONS. COMMON SUPPORT FUNCTIONS INCLUDE
                                             INSTALLATION MWR DIVISION CHIEFS, THEIR STAFFS AND ALL
                                             MWR CONSOLIDATED SUPPORT FUNCTIONS. RECREATION
                                             AND LEISURE PROGRAMS INCLUDE LIBRARIES; SPORTS AND
                                             FITNESS; ARTS AND CRAFTS; AUTOMOTIVE SKILLS;
                                             RECREATION CENTERS; ENTERTAINMENT; OUTDOOR
                                             RECREATION; BOWLING (12 LANES OR LESS); INFORMATION,
                                             TICKETING AND REGISTRATION; AND AS DESIGNATED BY
                                             CONGRESS, CATEGORY C MWR ACTIVITIES AT REMOTE AND
                                             ISOLATED SITES. QDPC INCLUDES SUPPORT FOR RESERVE
                                             COMPONENTS AND U.S. ARMY ACCESSIONS COMMAND.

        QDPW   II     1997   OPEN            PUBLIC WORKS & MUNICIPAL ACTIVITIES
                                             BASOPS(-) – PUBLIC WORKS, MUNICIPAL SERVICES AND FIRE &
                                             EMERGENCY: A ACCOUNT – REAL ESTATE LEASES,
                                             GSA/COMMERCIAL LEASES TO INCLUDE DOD RECRUITING
                                             SERVICES AND THE MILITARY ENTRANCE PROCESSING
                                             STATIONS OPERATIONS. THE PENTAGON LEASE AND
                                             RENOVATION COSTS ARE INCLUDED IN MDEP QPNT; J
                                             ACCOUNT – UTILITIES SERVICES-PROCUREMENT, PRODUCTION
                                             AND DISTRIBUTION OF UTILITIES INCLUDING EXPENSES FOR
                                             CONNECTION CHARGES, PRIVATIZATION IMPACTS,
                                             ALTERNATIVELY FINANCED ENERGY SAVINGS CONTRACTS,
                                             PURCHASED ELECTRICITY, STEAM, HOT WATER, FUELS AND
                                             OTHER UTILITIES, AND OPERATION OF ELECTRICAL, HEATING,
                                             AIR CONDITIONING, REFRIGERATION, WATER DISTRIBUTION,
                                             AND WASTEWATER COLLECTION AND TREATMENT PLANTS AND
                                             SYSTEMS; M ACCOUNT – MUNICIPAL SERVICES-CUSTODIAL,
                                             PEST CONTROL, REFUSE HANDLING OPERATIONS, REMOVAL,
                                             SNOW/ICE/SAND REMOVAL AND STREET SWEEPING, GROUNDS
                                             MAINTENANCE. N ACCOUNT – PUBLIC WORKS MANAGEMENT
                                             AND ENGINEERING SERVICES; P ACCOUNT FIRE & EMERENCY
                                             SERVICES, LIFE/SAFETY/HEALTH PROGRAMS FOR FIRE
                                             FIGHTERS & INSTALLATIONS. ACCOUNT 9.0 – UNACCOMPANIED
                                             PERSONNEL HOUSING AND REPLACEMENT FURNISHINGS-
                                             MANAGE AND FURNISH ARMY UPH. OPERATION AND
                                             ADMINISTRATION OF UPH, INCLUDING CONTROL, MOVING,
                                             HANDLING AND REPLACEMENT OF FURNISHINGS, PURCHASE
                                             OF REPLACEMENT FURNISHINGS, REIMBURSEMENT FOR
                                             FAMILY HOUSING SERVICES TO INCLUDE PERSONNEL
                                             SALARIES, AND COSTS FOR OPERATING AND RENTING.

        QFMC   II     1997   OPEN            FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT ACTIVITIES
                                             RESOURCES FOR DIRECTORATE OF RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
                                             (DRM) AND BASE SUPPORT FOR ARMY TENANTS RESIDENT ON
                                             OR RECEIVING SUPPORT FROM OMA AND RDTE INSTALLATIONS
                                             IN THE US WITHIN THE ARMY WORKING CAPITAL FUND.
                                             FUNCTIONS OF THE DRM INCLUDE PROGRAM, BUDGET,
                                             MANPOWER, DOCUMENTATION, FINANCE, ACCOUNTING AND
                                             MANAGEMENT ANALYSIS – CORE U ACCOUNT. ARMY TENANT
                                             RESOURCES FOR UNITS AND ACTIVITIES TO REIMBURSE THE
                                             GARRISON FOR BASE SUPPORT. THE SERVICES INCLUDED
                                             FOR BASE SUPPORT INCLUDE REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE;
                                             BASOPS(-); FAMILY PROGRAMS; ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMS;
                                             BASE COMMUNICATIONS; AND BASE AUDIO VISUAL.

        QFMD   II     1991   2009   QAAP     FAMILY MEMBER SUBSTANCE ABUSE
                                             FAMILY MEMBER SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROGRAM IS
                                             ADMINISTERED VIA THE ADOLESCENT SUBSTANCE ABUSE
                                             COUNSELING SERVICE (ASACS) CONTRACT. ASACS PROVIDES
                                             SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION EDUCATION, IDENTIFICATION
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                                          AND REFERRAL, AND TREATMENT SERVICES TO ELIGIBLE
                                          MILITARY YOUTH OCONUS.

        QLOG   II     1997   OPEN         LOGISTICS ACTIVITIES
                                          ESSENTIAL INSTALLATION TRANSPORTATION SERVICES.
                                          INCLUDES THE OPERATION OF TRANSPORTATION MOTOR
                                          POOLS, INSTALLATION TRANSPORTATION OFFICES, INTRA-
                                          INSTALLATION RAIL EQUIPMENT. COST OF MOTOR POOL
                                          OPERATION INCLUDE MASS TRANSIT AND LEASED VEHICLES. D
                                          ACCOUNT INCLUDES STORAGE AND MOVEMENT OF PRIVATELY-
                                          OWNED HOUSEHOLD GOODS OF MILITARY PERSONNEL (AND
                                          CIVILIAN PERSONNEL IN OVERSEAS AREAS) IN CONNECTION
                                          WITH ASSIGNMENT, REASSIGNMENT, OR TERMINATION OF
                                          GOVERNMENT-FURNISHED FAMILY HOUSING WHEN NO
                                          PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION ORDERS ARE ISSUED.
                                          EXCLUDES OSA AND WATERCRAFT. E ACCOUNT FUNDS 17
                                          GOVERNMENT OWNED-CONTRACTOR OPERATED (GOCO)
                                          GOVERNMENT OWNED AND OPERATED (GOGO) FACILITIES; 12
                                          GOCO-GOGO DRY CLEANING FACILITIES; 18 CONTRACTOR
                                          OWNED CONTRACTOR OPERATED FACILITES (THAT SBCCOM IS
                                          AWARE OF TO DATE); L/D FUNDS FOR CLEANING SOLDIER
                                          FIELD & HOSPITAL CLOTHING/SPECIAL ISSUED
                                          CLOTHING/EQUIPMENT(S); CIVILIAN PAY/BENEFITS,
                                          CONTRACTS, SUPPLIES AND SUPPORT OF L/D FOR
                                          INSTALLATION & ORGANIZATIONAL RECURRING SERVICES, L/D
                                          TRAINING AND MISSION TDY. QLOG(B) – INSTALLATION SUPPLY
                                          OPERATIONS. QLOG(C) – DS/GS SUPPORT MAINTENANCE (NON-
                                          TACTICAL SUPPORT). QLOG(F) – FUNDS THE OPERATION OF 343
                                          AC DINING FACILITIES: PAY OF CIVILIANS, FULL FOOD SERVICE
                                          AND ATTENDANT CONTRACTS; OPERATING SUPPLIES AND
                                          EQUIPMENT; 6 USAR AND 31 NG DINING FACILITY CONTRACTS
                                          AND INTERSERVICE SUPPORT REIMBURSEMENTS.

        QLPR   II     1997   OPEN         LAW ENFORCEMENT, PHYSICAL SECURITY, PLANS, TRAINING
                                          AND MOBILIZATION ACTIVITIES
                                          PROVIDES RESOURCES FOR ALL LAW ENFORCEMENT AND
                                          OTHER PROVOST MARSHAL SERVICES TO ARMY
                                          INSTALLATIONS AND MISSION REQUIREMENTS. ENFORCES
                                          LAWS AND REGULATIONS; MAINTAINS ORDER; INVESTIGATES
                                          CRIMES; MANAGES THE ARMY MILITARY WORKING DOG
                                          PROGRAM; PROVIDES CONFINEMENT SERVICES FOR PRE-
                                          TRIAL AND POST-TRIAL MILITARY PRISONERS. (EXCLUDES
                                          SECURITY FORCES AND TECHNICIANS (SEE XXXX75.L0).

        QMIS   II     1993   OPEN         ARMY INSTALLATION SUPPORT
                                          PROVIDES HQDA FUNDS FOR ARMY-WIDE PROGRAMS
                                          SUPPORTING INSTALLATIONS. MACOMS MAY NOT REPROGRAM
                                          WITHOUT PRIOR HQDA APPROVAL. PROVIDES FUNDS TO
                                          MACOMS SERVING AS EXECUTIVE AGENTS FOR HQDA FOR THE
                                          FOLLOWING PROGRAMS: BASE SUPPORT REQUIREMENTS
                                          ANALYSIS, ACOE, FACILITIES ASSESSMENT SYSTEM,
                                          INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT SUPPORT, UPH OVERSIGHT,
                                          AND ADMINISTRATION DINING FACILITIES, SUPPORT FOR IFS-M,
                                          AIM-HI MODEL, ASIP, HOMES, RPLANS, ISR, POST PRODUCTION
                                          SOFTWARE SUPPORT (PPSS), ARMY ENERGY CONSERVATION
                                          PROGRAMS, AAFES MANAGEMENT OF CLOTHING SALES AND
                                          REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT. FUNDS IMA REGION HQS (CIVILIAN
                                          SPACES), IMA-HQ RESERVES DIVISION (CIVILIAN SPACES) AND
                                          BUSINESS INITIATIVES COUNCIL.

        QNMG   II     1991   OPEN         INSTALLATION COMMAND & MANAGEMENT
                                          RESOURCES FOR OFFICES OF THE COMMANDER, INSPECTOR
                                          GENERAL, STAFF JUDGE ADVOCATE, CHAPLAIN, EQUAL
                                          EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY, INTERNAL REVIEW, PUBLIC
                                          AFFAIRS, AND SAFETY OFFICE FOR INSTALLATIONS. ACTIVITY
                                          IS RESPONSIBLE FOR CONDUCT AND INTEGRATION OF BASE
                                          OPERATIONS FUNCTIONS DURING PEACETIME, MOBILIZATION,
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                                          AND POST-MOBILIZATION. THIS MDEP SUPPORTS CIVILIAN PAY
                                          AND BENEFITS, TRAINING, DUTY TRAVEL, PCS COSTS,
                                          SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT, AND CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
                                          FOR INSTALLATION COMMAND AND MANAGEMENT ACTIVITIES.

        QOIM   II     1991   OPEN         BASE INFORMATION MANAGEMENT OPERATIONS
                                          BASOPS AUTOMATION (X ACCOUNT): PROVIDES FOR THE
                                          ADMINISTRATION AND OPERATION OF THE OFFICE OF THE
                                          DIRECTOR OF INFORMATION MANAGEMENT/CHIEF OF
                                          INFORMATION MANAGEMENT AND FOR ALL BASE OPERATIONS
                                          AUTOMATION ACTIVITIES, TO INCLUDE OFFICE AUTOMATION.
                                          NO AUTOMATION/OFFICE AUTOMATION COSTS WILL BE
                                          CHARGED TO ANY OTHER STANDARD INSTALLATION
                                          ORGANIZATION BASE OPERATIONS ACCOUNT. DOCUMENT
                                          MANAGEMENT (Y ACCOUNT): ALL ACTIVITIES CONCERNED
                                          WITH RECORD MANAGEMENT, RECORDS HOLDING AREAS, MAIL
                                          DISTRIBUTION CENTERS, PRINT PLANTS, OTHER PRINTING AND
                                          PUBLICATIONS, FORMS MANAGEMENT, FOIA, PRIVACY ACT,
                                          AND COPIER MANAGEMENT.

        QPNT   II     1996   OPEN         PENTAGON RESERVATION FACILITY
                                          PROVIDES OMA FUNDS FOR OPERATION AND RENOVATION OF
                                          ARMY ASSIGNED SPACE IN THE PENTAGON, NAVY ANNEX AND
                                          MODULARS (PENTAGON RENOVATION OFFICE). INCLUDES
                                          FUNDING FOR THE PENTAGON RESERVATION MAINTENANCE
                                          REVOLVING FUND (PRMRF). PROVIDES OPA FUNDS FOR THE
                                          PROJECT MANAGER, INFORMATION MANAGEMENT AND
                                          TELECOMMUNICATION‘S MODERNIZATION EFFORTS IN
                                          CONJUNCTION WITH THE CONSTRUCTION PORTION OF THE
                                          PENTAGON RENOVATION.

        QPSG   II     1991   OPEN         PERSONNEL SUPPORT
                                          RESOURCES FOR MILITARY PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT AND
                                          ADMINISTRATION, REENLISTMENT SUPPORT, AND OTHER
                                          PERSONNEL SUPPORT. FUNDING IS IN THE ―M‖ ACCOUNT.

        QPSM   II     2005   OPEN         PHYSICAL SECURITY MATTERS
                                          PROVIDES RESOURCES FOR PHYSICAL SECURITY PROGRAMS
                                          AND EQUIPMENT TO SUPPORT ARMY INSTALLATIONS
                                          REQUIREMENTS. PROCURES, INSTALLS, MAINTAINS AND/OR
                                          LEASES PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT TO INCLUDE, BUT
                                          NOT LIMITED TO, BARRIERS; BLAST MITIGATION DEVICES;
                                          COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS; EXPLOSIVE DETECTION DEVICES;
                                          INTRUSION DETECTION SYSTEMS AND DEVICES; PERSONNEL
                                          PROTECTION (EXCLUDING HARD CARS); SENSORS; SITE
                                          IMPROVEMENTS; MANAGEMENT/PLANNING; AND SECURITY
                                          FORCES AND TECHNICIANS.

        QPTO   II     2002   OPEN         PLANNING, TRAINING, AND MOBILIZATION OPERATIONS
                                          NO NARRATIVE PROVIDED.

Q****          ll                          Standard Installation Organization (SIO)
        QCYS   ll     2010   OPEN          Child and Youth Services (CYS)
                                           (U)Core child care and youth resources for The Total Army to support
                                           Force Stabilization. Funds installation personnel at required levels to
                                           operate Garrison Child Care and Youth Programs, and Partnership
                                           Agreements/Contract Services for off-post Army Sponsored
                                           Community Based Child Care and Youth Programs. Implements AI2
                                           (Army Family Covenant Soldier Family Action Plan initiatives)
                                           acceleration of child care spaces to meet 80% of child care demand ,
                                           35% of youth program demand , and enduring child and youth
                                           requirements to support the Expeditionary Force thereby helping to
                                           mitigate the impact of persistent conflict/parental absences on Army
                                           children and youth. Child Care Programs serve children birth to 12
                                           years of age. On and off post child care and youth options include:
                                           Child Development Centers, Family Child Care Homes, School-Age
                                           Programs, and Outreach Services. Youth Programs serve children
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                                             and youth 6 to 18 years of age and include: Youth Sponsorship
                                             (statutory requirement) and the Army Middle School Program for youth
                                             (ages 11-15 years) who are too old for child care and too young to
                                             have a job. Key components of the Youth Program include Youth
                                             Centers, Teen Centers, School Liaison/Transition Services, Youth
                                             Sports and Fitness, Home Work Centers, Youth Computer Labs and
                                             Instructional Programs. Child and Youth Programs are available for
                                             eligible Active and Reserve Component Soldiers and DoD civilians.
                                             Funding ensures quality child and youth standards and staffing levels
                                             necessary to minimize risk of child abuse, achieve and maintain DoD
                                             Certification/State licensing equivalent and National Accreditation per
                                             statutory requirement and DoD policy, provide supervision during out
                                             of school hours and prevention initiatives to mitigate youth violence,
                                             gang activities, substance abuse and other at-risk behaviors. The
                                             Army Child Care Program is subject to Military Child Care Act, which
                                             addresses personnel and training requirements, patron fees and
                                             appropriated fund support.

        QHFM   II     2010    OPEN           Unaccompanied Personnel Housing Management and Fur
                                             Provides for management of Unaccompanied Personnel Housing and
                                             other associated costs, purchase, control, moving, management and
                                             handling of lifecycle replacement and repair for all facilities
                                             unaccompanied personnel housing furnishings. Includes all costs of
                                             replacement furnishings procured for items in existing inventory and
                                             includes cost of new items added to the appropriate Table of
                                             Allowances. Includes cost of Government-owned specialized
                                             equipment for handling furnishings. Excludes management costs for
                                             reception stations, processing centers, disciplinary barracks, and
                                             confinement facilities.
        QRCS   II     1991   OPEN           RESERVE COMPONENT SUPPORT ON INSTALLATIONS
                                            QRCS IS THE CORE ―Q‖ ACCOUNT. MDEP FUNDING PROVIDES
                                            FOR TRAINING SUPPORT OF USAR UNITS AND SOLDIERS AT
                                            ACTIVE, SEMI-ACTIVE, AND USAR INSTALLATIONS. THE FUNDS
                                            ARE USED TO REIMBURSE INSTALLATIONS FOR SURGE
                                            PERIODS WHEN TEMPORARY EMPLOYEES ARE HIRED TO
                                            SUPPORT USAR TRAINING. THE RESOURCES ALSO FUND
                                            CIVILIAN OVERTIME, AND ADDITIONAL INCREMENTAL
                                            OVERHEAD COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH USAR TRAINING.

        QRPA   II     1992   OPEN           REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE
                                            QRPA PROVIDES THE PRINCIPAL FUNDS TO SUSTAIN ARMY
                                            REAL PROPERTY. SUSTAINMENT ADDRESSES MAINTENANCE
                                            AND REPAIR OF REAL PROPERTY. QRPA CAN ALSO FUND
                                            MINOR CONSTRUCTION NTE $300K (EXCEPT SAFETY AND
                                            HEALTH NTE $1M) TO ADD, EXPAND, EXTEND, ALTER, CONVERT,
                                            REPLACE OR RELOCATE EXISTING REAL PROPERTY FACILITIES.

        QSEC   II     1991   OPEN           DIRECTORATE OF SECURITY
                                            THIS PROGRAM FUNDS SECURITY AND SOME
                                            COUNTERINTELLIGENCE (CI) ACTIVITIES ON ARMY
                                            INSTALLATIONS. FUNDED ACTIVITIES PROVIDE PERSONNEL
                                            (SALARIES) AND RESOURCES TO PROVIDE SUPPORT TO FORCE
                                            PROTECTION AND INCLUDES PERSONNEL SECURITY;
                                            INTELLIGENCE AND SECURITY SUPPORT TO ANTI-TERRORISM
                                            (AT); SUPPORT TO FOREIGN DISCLOSURE AND INDUSTRIAL
                                            SECURITY; AND INFORMATION SECURITY.

        QUTM   II     2000   OPEN           UTILITIES MODERNIZATION
                                            PROVIDES FUNDS FOR IMPLEMENTING REPAIR AND UPGRADE
                                            OF CENTRAL HEATING PLANTS AT ARMY INSTALLATIONS. THIS
                                            PROGRAM WAS ESTABLISHED UNDER THE CSA EFFICIENCIES
                                            INITIATIVE, SAVES ENERGY, REDUCES FUTURE COSTS OF
                                            OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AND IMPROVES
                                            ENVIRONMENTAL EMISSIONS (UNTIL MOD).

        QYDP   II     1991   2009    QCYS   YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
                                            CORE RESOURCES FOR YOUTH PROGRAMS FOR THE TOTAL
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                                          ARMY TO SUPPORT FORCE STABILIZATION. FUNDS
                                          INSTALLATION PERSONNEL AT REQUIRED LEVELS TO OPERATE
                                          INSTALLATION YOUTH PROGRAMS; AND PARTNERSHIP
                                          AGREEMENTS/CONTRACT SERVICES FOR OFF POST ARMY
                                          SPONSORED COMMUNITY BASED YOUTH SERVICES. PROGRAM
                                          INCLUDES YOUTH SPONSORSHIP, A STATUTORY REQUIREMENT
                                          AND THE ARMY MIDDLE SCHOOL PROGRAM FOR YOUTH (AGES
                                          11-15 YEARS) WHO ARE ―TOO OLD FOR CHILD CARE AND TOO
                                          YOUNG TO HAVE A JOB.‖ KEY COMPONENTS INCLUDE YOUTH
                                          CENTERS, TEEN CENTERS, SCHOOL LIAISON/TRANSITION
                                          SERVICES, YOUTH SPORTS AND FITNESS, HOME WORK
                                          CENTERS, YOUTH COMPUTER LABS AND INSTRUCTIONAL
                                          PROGRAMS. FUNDING ENSURES QUALITY STANDARDS AND
                                          STAFFING LEVELS NECESSARY TO PROVIDE SUPERVISION
                                          DURING OUT OF SCHOOL HOURS AND PREVENTION INITIATIVES
                                          TO MITIGATE YOUTH VIOLENCE, GANG ACTIVITIES, SUBSTANCE
                                          ABUSE AND OTHER AT-RISK BEHAVIORS. SERVES CHILDREN
                                          AND YOUTH AGES 6-18 YEARS OF ACTIVE COMPONENT,
                                          ACTIVATED GUARD, RESERVE, AND DOD CIVILIAN FAMILIES


RJ**           II                         COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT

        RJT0   II     1991   OPEN         NON-TACTICAL VEHICLE (NTV)
                                          MDEP PROVIDES FUNDS FOR PROCUREMENT AND SUPPORT
                                          OF COMMERCIAL DESIGN NON-TACTICAL VEHICLES REQUIRED
                                          TO SUPPORT TRAINING, SECURITY, MEDICAL, SANITATION,
                                          FACILITY MAINTENANCE, INTELLIGENCE, CRIMINAL
                                          INVESTIGATION, RECRUITING, AND OTHER ESSENTIAL
                                          FUNCTIONS AT ARMY INSTALLATIONS WORLDWIDE. ARMY NTV
                                          FLEET WILL CONSIST OF APPROXIMATELY 24,000 VEHICLES.
                                          FUNDS ARE REQUIRED FOR CONUS VEHICLES NOT
                                          CONVERTED (SPECIAL PURPOSE VEHICLES) AND OCONUS
                                          REQUIREMENTS.


V***           II                         SPECIAL VISIBILITY PROGRAMS
        VCWM   II     2010   OPEN         CIVIL WORKS CORE
                                          (U)VISIBLE CIVIL WORKS MANPOWER – NORMAL CIVIL WORKS
                                          PROJECTS. INCLUDES DREDGING OPERATIONS AND
                                          MAINTENANCE OF INLAND WATERWAYS. MPA IS REIMBURSED.
                                          MILITARY AND CIVILIAN AUTHORIZATIONS ARE DOCUMENTED IN
                                          TAADS.
        VCWM   II     1992   2007         CIVIL WORKS CORE
                                          VISIBLE CIVIL WORKS MANPOWER – NORMAL CIVIL WORKS
                                          PROJECTS. INCLUDES DREDGING OPERATIONS AND
                                          MAINTENANCE OF INLAND WATERWAYS. MPA IS REIMBURSED.
                                          MILITARY AND CIVILIAN AUTHORIZATIONS ARE DOCUMENTED IN
                                          TAADS.

        VEMR   II     2004   OPEN         ENVIRONMENTAL SUPPORT TO RANGES AND MUNITIONS
                                          ENVIRONMENTAL SUPPORT TO MUNITIONS AND RANGES;
                                          PROVIDES RESOURCES FOR MUNITIONS RESPONSES ON
                                          RANGES, STUDIES, AND PROGRAM MANAGEMENT. INCLUDES
                                          COSTS FOR ALL ACTIONS NECESSARY TO CONDUCT STUDIES,
                                          ASSESSMENTS, AND RESPONSES TO UNEXPLODED ORDNANCE
                                          (UXO), MUNITIONS AND EXPLOSIVES OF CONCERN (MEC), AND
                                          MUNITIONS CONSTITUENTS (MC) ON CLOSED, TRANSFERRING,
                                          AND TRANSFERRED RANGES AND NON-OPERATIONAL RANGE
                                          AREAS OF ACTIVE INSTALLATIONS (EXCLUDING BRAC AND
                                          FUDS). INCLUDES ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT ON
                                          OPERATIONAL RANGES IN SUPPORT OF SUSTAINABLE RANGE
                                          MANAGEMENT, ALL ACTIONS NECESSARY TO CONDUCT SITE-
                                          SPECIFIC STUDIES AND ASSESSMENTS TO CHARACTERIZE
                                          IMPACTS OF TRAINING AND TESTING, INCLUDING MEC AND MC,
                                          TO SUPPORT COMPLIANCE WITH ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS, AND
                                          TO RESPOND TO IMMINENT AND SUBSTANTIAL THREATS TO
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                                          HUMAN HEALTH AND THE ENVIRONMENT. INCLUDES
                                          PROGRAMMATIC STUDIES, SUCH AS DATA GATHERING,
                                          MONITORING, SAMPLING AND DATA ANALYSIS TO SUPPORT
                                          DEVELOPMENT OF TECHNICAL GUIDANCE, TOOLS AND
                                          METHODS FOR RANGE SUSTAINABILITY AND MUNITIONS
                                          RESPONSE. INCLUDES PROJECTS AND PERSONNEL TO
                                          PROVIDE APPLICABLE PROGRAM MANAGEMENT.

        VENC   II     1990   OPEN         ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE
                                          COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH INSTALLATION AND TENANT
                                          ACTIVITY COMPLIANCE WITH ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS,
                                          REGULATIONS, AND AGREEMENTS. INCLUDES CONSTRUCTION,
                                          REPAIR, AND UPGRADE COSTS TO MEET ENVIRONMENTAL
                                          STANDARDS FOR ALL TYPES OF FACILITIES AND OPERATIONS
                                          SUCH AS WASTEWATER AND HAZARDOUS/SOLID WASTES
                                          TREATMENT/DISPOSAL, UTILITY PRODUCTION, ARMY FAMILY
                                          HOUSING, ETC. ALSO INCLUDES ASBESTOS, RADON & LEAKING
                                          UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK ABATEMENT; MANAGEMENT
                                          OF REGULATED MEDICAL, HAZARDOUS, RADIOLOGICAL, AND
                                          MIXED WASTES. INCLUDES EQUIPMENT PROCUREMENT,
                                          STORAGE & DISPOSAL; RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT;
                                          PROGRAM MANAGEMENT, SALARY & TRAINING; PERMITS &
                                          LICENSE COSTS; PLANS, STUDIES, ASSESSMENTS & AUDITS;
                                          GROUND WATER MONITORING, LABORATORY ANALYSIS, ETC.

        VENN   II     1998   OPEN         ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
                                          LEGALLY DRIVEN COSTS FOR INSTALLATION AND TENANT
                                          ACTIVITY CONSERVATION OF NATURAL AND CULTURAL
                                          RESOURCES IN ACCORDANCE WITH LAWS, REGULATIONS AND
                                          AGREEMENTS. INCLUDES COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH
                                          PERFORMANCE OF SURVEYS, INVENTORIES, OR
                                          ASSESSMENTS; PREPARATION AND EXECUTION OF
                                          MANAGEMENT PLANS; COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS; AND
                                          CONSULTATION WITH FEDERAL, STATE, LOCAL AND TRIBAL
                                          ENTITIES. TOPICAL AREAS INCLUDE: WILDLIFE (INCLUDING
                                          THREATENED & ENDANGERED SPECIES), ECOSYSTEM
                                          MANAGEMENT, SOIL STABILIZATION, SEDIMENT REDUCTION,
                                          HISTORIC PRESERVATION, ARCHEOLOGY AND
                                          ARCHEOLOGICAL COLLECTIONS, NATIVE AMERICAN
                                          RESOURCES AND ACTIVITIES, AND NOXIOUS PLANT/PEST
                                          ERADICATION.

        VENQ   II     2010   OPEN         Environmental Quality
                                          Resources manpower and programmatic requirements necessary to
                                          achieve, evaluate, and sustain compliance with appropriate Federal,
                                          State, and local environmental laws, Executive Orders, DoD Directives,
                                          regulations, and overseas country-specific Final Governing Standards
                                          (FGS), in order to protect human health and safety and reduce total
                                          cost to the Army through environmental compliance, conservation,
                                          pollution prevention and sustainability. Enables installations to comply
                                          with legal environmental mandates and critical stewardship
                                          responsibilities that impact management and modernization of
                                          installations, while sustaining natural and cultural resources in a
                                          manner that provides continued access and long-term use of training
                                          lands to support the Army s installation missions. Also includes costs
                                          to address environmental tails associated with MILCON to address
                                          one-time, non-construction mitigation and other required actions.
                                          Excludes compliance related cleanup activities addressed in MDEP
                                          ENVR and execution costs associated with NEPA, which are the
                                          responsibility of the project/undertaking proponent. [VENQ comprises
                                          former MDEPs: VENC, VENN, VEPP]. (VENQ)

        VEPP   II     1995   OPEN         ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION PREVENTION
                                          PROVIDES RESOURCES TO ACHIEVE AND/OR SUSTAIN
                                          COMPLIANCE WITH ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS, REGULATIONS AND
                                          EXECUTIVE ORDERS THROUGH ACTIONS TO REDUCE OR
                                          ELIMINATE USE OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS AND GENERATION
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                                          OF POLLUTANTS OR EMISSIONS OF TOXIC MATERIALS TO THE
                                          ENVIRONMENT. INCLUDES PROCUREMENT AND INSTALLATION
                                          OF MATERIALS OR PROCESSES; STUDIES, PLANS, AND
                                          ASSESSMENTS; ACQUISITION AND INSTALLATION OR RETROFIT
                                          OF EQUIPMENT; AND COSTS OF CHANGING OPERATING
                                          PROCEDURES. PROMOTES INTEGRATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL
                                          CONSIDERATIONS AND POLLUTION PROTECTION INTO THE
                                          SYSTEMS ACQUISITION PROCESS.

        VEQT   II     2001   OPEN         ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TECHNOLOGY
                                          INCLUDES ALL EFFORTS ASSOCIATED WITH DEMONSTRATION
                                          AND VALIDATION USED TO EVALUATE GENEAL UTILITY OR
                                          COST REDUCTION POTENTIAL OF TECHNOLOGY WHEN APPLIED
                                          TO HIGH-PRIORITY ARMY ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
                                          TECHNOLOGY (EQT) REQUIREMENTS AS IDENTIFIED BY THE
                                          ARMY ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS AND TECHNOLOGY
                                          ASSESSMENTS (AERTA) PROCESS. THE ARMY MUST VALIDATE
                                          TECHNOLOGY TO ENSURE THAT THE TECHNOLOGY MEETS
                                          USER NEEDS AND POSSESSES A HIGH POTENTIAL TO RESOLVE
                                          USER PROBLEMS. FOCUSES ON VALIDATION OF AND
                                          MANAGEMENT SUPPORT FOR TECHNOLOGY TO INCLUDE
                                          PROTOTYPE EVALUATIONS AND PROOF-OF-PRINCIPLE
                                          DEMONSTRATIONS TO HELP SOLVE ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
                                          (EQ) PROBLEMS. THE NATIONAL DEFENSE CENTER FOR
                                          ENVIRONMENTAL EXCELLENCE (NDCEE) WILL BE USED AS
                                          MUCH AS POSSIBLE AND REASONABLE ACROSS ALL MILITARY
                                          SERVICE AND FEDERAL AGENCIES TO DEMONSTRATE AND
                                          VALIDATE TECHNOLOGY AND ADDRESS BOTH WEAPON
                                          SYSTEM ACQUISITION AND INSTALLATION/BASE OPERATIONS
                                          NEEDS. INCLUDES OVERSIGHT AND RESOURCING ASSOCIATED
                                          WITH THE MANAGEMENT SUPPORT OF THE ARMY ACQUISITION
                                          POLLUTION PREVENTION PROGRAM AND TO SUPPORT
                                          TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER TO HELP RESOLVE EQT
                                          REQUIREMENTS.

        VFRA   II     2010   OPEN         FAMILY READINESS SUPPORT ASSISTANTS (FRSA)
                                          Provides the Commander/Rear Detachment Commander (RDC) and
                                          the Family Readiness Group (FRG) Leader with administrative
                                          assistance in support of Family Readiness programs and activities. The
                                          Family Readiness Support Assistants (FRSA) also work closely with
                                          community resource agencies to provide appropriate referrals for the
                                          Commander, RDC, FRG Leader and Family members.
        VHOA   II     1997   OPEN         HOWEOWNERS ASSISTANCE PROGRAM, DEFENSE
                                          THIS APPROPRIATION IS FOR USE IN THE HOMEOWNERS
                                          ASSISTANCE FUND ESTABLISHED PURSUANT TO SECTION
                                          1013(D) OF THE DEMONSTRATION CITIES AND METROPLITAN
                                          DEVELOPMENT ACT OF 1966 (PUBLIC LAW 89-754, AS
                                          AMENDED).

        VIPP   II     2004   OPEN         INSTALLATION PREPAREDNESS PROGRAM
                                          RESOURCES AN INTEGRATED PROGRAM FOR PREPARING U.S.
                                          ARMY INSTALLATIONS‘ POWER PROJECTION AND
                                          MOBILIZATION SITES TO EFFECTIVELY AND SAFELY RESPOND
                                          TO WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION (WMD) INCIDENTS
                                          WHILE SUSTAINING THE CAPABILITY TO EXECUTE THE
                                          NATIONAL MILITARY STRATEGY.

        VTER   II     1991   OPEN         ANTI-TERRORISM
                                          PROVIDES FOR A SECURITY PROGRAM THAT PROTECTS
                                          PERSONNEL, FACILITIES, AND CRITICAL ASSETS. ANTI-
                                          TERRORISM APPLIES DEFENSE MEASURES USED TO REDUCE
                                          VULNERABILITIES OF INDIVIDUALS AND PROPERTY. FUNDS
                                          SUPPORT THE FOLLOWING: ANTI-TERRORISM MANAGEMENT,
                                          ANTI-TERRORISM TRAINING AND AWARENESS EFFORTS,
                                          PROTECTION OF DESIGNATED HIGH-RISK TARGETS (HRT),
                                          PROTECTIVE SERVICE DETAILS (CID) INCLUDING ADVANCE

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                                           WORK, IMPLEMENTATION OF RANDOM ANT-ITERRORISM
                                           SECURITY MEASURES PROGRAM (RAMP), IMPLEMENTATION OF
                                           TERRORIST FP CONDITION MEASURES, CONDUCT OF ANTI-
                                           TERRORISM EXERCISES, ASSESSMENT OF TERRORIST
                                           THREAT, ASSESSMENT OF VULNERABILITY OF PERSONNEL AND
                                           FACILITIES (TO INCLUDE AT OPERATIONAL ASSESSMENTS) TO
                                           TERRORIST ACTS, AND OTHER SUCH MEASURES WHICH
                                           DEFEND AGAINST THE TERRORIST THREAT AND DO NOT
                                           EASILY FIT INTO OTHER SECURITY CATEGORIES. THIS CODE
                                           EXCLUDES COMPUTER NETWORK SECURITY (SEE MDEP:
                                           MS4X); EXCLUDES COMSEC (SEE MDEP: MX5T); AND EXCLUDES
                                           SECURITY GUARDS (SEE XXXX75.L0).


Z***    Z***                               STRUCTURE REALIGNMENT COSTS AND SAVINGS
                                           (SHORT TERM PROJECT)

        ZIAC    II     2006   2007         AC Modular Forces Incremental Costs
                                           To capture incremental costs in II PEG of active component
                                           Army Modular Force incremental cost.

        ZIIG    II     2006   2007         II PEG IGPS INCREMENTAL COSTS
                                           TO CAPTURE INCREMENTAL COSTS IN II PEG OF
                                           INTEGRATED GLOBAL PRESENCE AND BASING STUDY
                                           REALIGNMENTS.

        ZTII    II     1999   2004         TIM WEDGE (THIS MDEP IS FOR PROGRAMMING AND
                                           BUDGETING PURPOSES AND IS NOT TO BE USED FOR
                                           ACCOUNTNG.)
                                           TBD




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                                         MM MANNING

AR**           MM                         ARMY RESERVE

        AREN   MM    1991   2007          RESERVE COMPONENT ENLISTED INCENTIVES
                                          USAR BASE PROGRAM FOR ENLISTMENT, REENLISTMENT, AND
                                          AFFILIATION BONUS AND EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS (MGIB) TO
                                          ATTRACT, DIRECT AND RETAIN HIGH QUALITY NPS/PS
                                          SOLDIERS IN USAR TPU.

        ARFT   MM    1991   OPEN          US ARMY RESERVE FULL TIME SUPPORT (FTS) ABOVE MAJOR
                                          US ARMY RESERVE COMMAND (MUSARC)
                                          USAR FTS AT HQS ABOVE MUSARC LEVEL. INCLUDES DA
                                          CIVILIANS, AGR, AND ACTIVE COMPONENTS. DOES NOT
                                          INCLUDE FULL TIME SUPPORT CONTAINED IN ARMY/ JOINT
                                          MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS MDEPS XMGI, XMGH.

        ARIM   MM    1991   OPEN          INDIVIDUAL MOBILIZATION AUGMENTEE (IMA) PROGRAM
                                          USAR BASE PROVIDING PAY FOR THE TRAINING OF IMA
                                          PERSONNEL ASSIGNED TO AUGMENT ACTIVE COMPOENT, DOD
                                          AGENCIES, FEMA, ORSSS ORGANIZATION POSITIONS THAT
                                          MUST BE FILLED ON OR SHORTLY AFTER MOBILIZATION.
                                          INCLUDES BACKFILL OF PROFIS FILLERS – KEY MEDICAL
                                          PERSONNEL DEPLOYED WITH TOE UNITS. THIS IS A USAR
                                          BASE PROGRAM, GOVERNED BY DODD 1235.11 TO SUPPORT A
                                          MINIMUM OF 12 DAYS OF ANNUAL TRAINING W/AGENCY AND
                                          ATTENDANCE AS REQUIRED PDE TRAINING.



FA**           MM                         FIELD OPERATING AGENCIES

        FAAC   MM    2004   OPEN          ACCESSIONS COMMAND SUPPORT
                                          THE U.S. ARMY ACCESSIONS COMMAND (USAAC) IS THE
                                          SUBORDINATE COMMAND OF TRADOC CHARGED WITH
                                          PROVIDING INTEGRATED COMMAND AND CONTROL OF THE
                                          RECRUITING AND INITIAL MILITARY TRAINING FOR THE ARMY‘S
                                          OFFICER, WARRANT OFFICER, AND ENLISTED SOLDIERS.
                                          DESIGNED TO MEET THE HUMAN RESOURCE NEEDS OF THE
                                          ARMY FROM FIRST HANDSHAKE TO FIRST UNIT OF
                                          ASSIGNMENT, THE COMMAND TRANSFORMS VOLUNTEERS
                                          INTO SOLDIERS AND LEADERS FOR THE ARMY. THE USAAC
                                          COMMANDER PROVIDES COMMAND AND CONTROL OVER THE
                                          U.S. ARMY CADET COMMAND, U.S. ARMY RECRUITING
                                          COMMAND (USAREC), AND THE U.S. ARMY TRAINING CENTER –
                                          FORT JACKSON; IS DUAL HATTED AS THE TRADOC DCG-IET;
                                          AND EXERCISES HQDA-DIRECTED EXECUTIVE AGENT
                                          RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE U.S. MILITARY ENTRANCE
                                          PROCESSING COMMAND (USMEPCOM). FAAC RESOURCES
                                          SUPPORT USAAC HEADQUARTERS CIVILIAN PAY AND
                                          OPERATIONS, RESEARCH STUDIES, USAREC LEADERSHIP
                                          COMMUNICATIONS, THE ACCESSIONS SUPPORT BRIGADE,
                                          MISSION BATTALION TOURING EXHIBITS, THE U.S. ARMY
                                          PARACHUTE TEAM, AND THE U.S. ARMY MARKSMANSHIP UNIT.

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        FAAR   MM    1988   2005          ARMY RESERVE – PERSONNEL COMMAND (AR-PERSCOM)
                                          CORE OPERATIONS OF THE ARMY RESERVE-PERSONNEL
                                          COMMAND (AR-PERSCOM). INCLUDES COMMUNICATIONS,
                                          MANPOWER RESOURCES, TRAVEL, SUPPLIES, AND OTHER
                                          COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH DAY-TO-DAY OPERATIONS. THIS
                                          MDEP DOES NOT INCLUDE RESOURCES FOR MOBILIZATION
                                          AND TRAINING OF THE IRR.

        FACB   MM    1988   OPEN          OFFICE CHIELF OF CHAPLIANS (OCCH)
                                          U.S. ARMY OFFICE CHIEF OF CHAPLAINS (OCCH) PROVIDES
                                          OPERATIONAL AND MISSION SUPPORT TO THE CHIEF OF
                                          CHAPLAINS. THE OCCH MAINTAINS OPERATIONAL
                                          REQUIREMENTS FOR PLANNING, PROGRAMMING, BUDGETING
                                          AND EXECUTION OF CHAPLAIN‘S MISSION; ADMINISTERS
                                          POLICY DEVELOPMENT, TRAINING, RESOURCE MANAGEMENT,
                                          FORCE STRUCTURE MANAGEMENT, BRANCH PROPONENCY,
                                          LOGISTICS MATERIEL AND INFORMATION MANAGEMENT AS
                                          THEY AFFECT THE U.S. ARMY RELIGIOUS SUPPORT MISSION;
                                          ADMINISTERS ALL CHAPLAIN OFFICER PERSONNEL LIFE-CYCLE
                                          OPERATIONS SUCH AS RECRUITING, CERTIFICATION,
                                          ACCESSIONING, ASSIGNMENT, TRAINING AND RETIREMENT OF
                                          CHAPLAINS. THE OCCH PROVIDES FOR THE CHIEF OF
                                          CHAPLAIN‘S SOLDIER MINISTRY MISSION TO INCLUDE
                                          PASTORAL EDUCATION, FAMILY LIFE MINISTRY TRAINING,
                                          RELIGIOUS EDUCATION, PROCUREMENT OF ECCLESIASTICAL
                                          AND RELIGIOUS MATERIALS, SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT,
                                          CHAPLAIN‘S KITS, PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT TRAINING,
                                          RETENTION OF SHORTAGE OF FAITH GROUP CHAPLAINS,
                                          FAMILY MEMBER SUICIDE PREVENTION TRAINING, PREVENTION
                                          OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT TRAINING AND RESEARCH EFFORTS
                                          TO DETERMINE RELIGIOUS REQUIREMENTS FOR
                                          SOLDIERS/FAMILIES.

        FAME   MM    1988   OPEN          US MILITARY ENTRANCE PROCESSING COMMAND
                                          THE US MILITARY ENTRANCE PROCESSING COMMAND
                                          (MEPCOM) QUALIFIES AND PROCESSES APPLICATIONS FOR ALL
                                          MILITARY SERVICES AND THE COAST GUARD DURING
                                          PEACETIME, AND PROCESSES APPLICANTS AND INDUCTEES IN
                                          CONJUCTION WITH THE SELECTIVE SERVICE SYSTEM DURING
                                          MOBILIZATION. THESE MISSIONS ARE CRITICAL TO
                                          SUPPORTING THE PERSONNEL PROCUREMENT FOR THE
                                          ARMED SERVICES. THE APPLICANTS ARE PROCESSED AT 65
                                          MILITARY ENTRANCE PROCESSING STATIONS (MEPS) WITHIN
                                          THE CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES, HAWAII, ALASKA, AND
                                          PUERTO RICO. RESOURCES FUND CIVILIAN MEPS EMPLOYEES,
                                          ENLISTED AND STUDENT APTITUTDE TESTING, MILITARY AND
                                          CIVILIAN TDY, MEPS UTILITIES AND APPLICANT MEALS,
                                          LODGING AND TRAVEL, AND ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT.

        FAPM   MM    1988   OPEN          HUMAN RESOURCES COMMAND (HRC)
                                          PROVIDE RESOURCES FOR OPERATION OF HUMAN
                                          RESOURCES COMMAND (FORMERLY PERSCOM & AR-
                                          PERSCOM). FUNDING PERMITS THE DEVELOPMENT AND
                                          IMPLEMENTATION PROCEDURES FOR THE ASSIGNMENT AND
                                          PROPER UTILIZATION OF ACTIVE AND RESERVE OFFICER AND
                                          ENLISTED PERSONNEL; MANAGEMENT, ANALYZE AND OPERATE
                                          SOLDIER LIFE-CYCLE SUPPORT FUNCTIONS; ADMINISTER
                                          PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS; PROVIDES AND
                                          OPERATES PERSONNEL SERVICE SUPPORT SYSTEMS.

        FARC   MM    1988   OPEN          ARMY RECRUITING COMMAND
                                          ARMY RECRUITING, ADVERTISING, AND SPECIAL RETENTION
                                          PROGRAMS. US ARMY RECRUITING COMMAND (USAREC), US
                                          ARMY RESERVE COMMAND (USARC), AND THE US ARMY
                                          NATIONAL GUARD BUREAU (USARNGB) ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR
                                          TOTAL ARMY ENLISTED ACCESSIONS, SPECIAL RECRUITING
                                          AND RETENTION MISSIONS WHICH INCLUDES OFFICERS
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                                          CANDIDATE SCHOOL, WARRANT OFFICER, WARRANT OFFICER
                                          FLIGHT TRAINING, ARMY NURSE CORPS, THE RETENTION &
                                          TRANSIITION DIVISION, MOBILE RETENTION TRAINING TEAM,
                                          STRENGTH MANAGEMENT, AND SPECIAL FORCES MISSIONS.
                                          THE RECRUITING FORCE CONSISTS OF OVER 7350 ACTIVE, 1700
                                          USAR, AND OVER 2700 ARNG RECRUITING PERSONNEL.
                                          RESOURCES SUPPORT HEADQUARTERS OPERATIONS, CIVILIAN
                                          PAY & ALLOWANCES, APPLICANT MEALS, LODGING AND
                                          TRAVEL, MILITARY AWARDS, GSA VEHICLES, EQUIPMENT, AND
                                          ADVERTISING.


GP**           MM                         NATIONAL FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE PROGRAM

        GPSI   MM    2002   OPEN          PERSONNEL SECURITY INVESTIGATIONS
                                          RESOURCES PERSONNEL SECURITY INVESTIGATIONS IN
                                          SUPPORT OF ACCESSIONS, COMMISSIONING, SPECIALTY AND
                                          JOB ASSIGNMENTS, FACILITY AND SYSTEM ACCESS, AND
                                          SECURITY CLEARANCES ON ARMY MILITARY AND CIVILIAN
                                          PERSONNEL.


J***           MM                         JOINT/DOD ACTIVITIES

        JCES   MM    1996   2004          NATIONAL COMMITTEE FOR EMPLOYER SUPPORT OF THE
                                          GUARD AND THE RESERVE (NCESGR)
                                          AS THE DOD EXECUTIVE AGENT, ARMY PROVIDES FUNDING
                                          FOR THE NATIONAL COMMITTEE FOR EMPLOYER SUPPORT OF
                                          THE GUARD AND RESERVE (NCESGR). THIS MDEP FUNDS
                                          TRAVEL EXPENSES, POLICY GUIDANCE, AND TRAINING TO
                                          COMMITTEE MEMBERS IN SUPPORT OF THEIR VOLUNTARY
                                          SERVICE AND ACTIVITIES THAT PROMOTE COOPERATION AND
                                          UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEES
                                          WHO ARE MEMBERS OF THE RESERVE COMPONENTS AND TO
                                          ASSIST IN THE RESOLUTION OF CONFLICTS ARISING FROM AN
                                          EMPLOYEE‘S MILITARY COMMITMENT.


MP**           MM                         PROGRAM EXECUTIVE OFFICE MANGED
                                          INFORMATION/COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS

        MPT3   MM    1991   OPEN          PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT‘S PERSONNEL EMPLOYEE
                                          RECORDS I SYSTEM (PM PERMS)
                                          PERMS SUPPORTS THE ARMY‘S MILITARY PERSONNEL
                                          MANAGEMENT MISSION AS REQUIRED BY TITLE 10 AND TITLE
                                          44, US CODE. PERMS IS THE SYSTEM OF RECORD FOR THE
                                          OFFICIAL MILITARY PERSONNEL FILE (OMPF) AND IS USED BY
                                          ARMY MANAGERS AND SOLDIERS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD
                                          AS THE AUTHORITATIVE SOURCE FOR ARMY PERSONNEL
                                          DOCUMENTS. THE DOCUMENTS IN PERMS ARE CRITICAL TO
                                          THE ARMY SELECTION AND PROMOTION BOARD PROCESS FOR
                                          BOTH ENLISTED AND OFFICER RANKS. THE MILLIONS OF OMPF
                                          DOCUMENTS IN PERMS SUPPORT ACTIVE ARMY, ARMY
                                          RESERVE, AND ARMY NATIONAL GUARD PERSONNEL
                                          FUNCTIONS AT ALL COMMAND LEVELS AND ARE AVAILABLE TO
                                          THE INDIVIDUAL SOLDIER VIA THE INTERNET. PERMS WILL
                                          INTEGRATE DIRECTLY INTO THE DEFENSE INTEGRATED
                                          MILITARY HUMAN RESOURCE SYSTEM (DIMHRS) AND WILL
                                          SUPPORT OTHER ACTIVITIES SUCH AS THE DEPARTMENT OF
                                          VETERANS AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, AND FEDERAL,
                                          STATE, AND LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES.

        MPT7   MM    1997   OPEN          ARMY ACCESSIONS COMMAND INTEGRATED AUTOMATION
                                          ARCHITECTURE (AAC-IAA)
                                          ARMY ACCESSIONS COMMAND INTEGRATED AUTOMATION
                                          ARCHITECTURE (AAC-IAA). MDEP PROVIDES INFORMATION
                                          TECHNOLOGY (IT) SUPPORT FOR THE ARMY‘S OFFICER AND
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                                          ENLISTED RECRUITING AND ACCESSIONING MISSION (RA,
                                          USAR, ARNG) THAT OPERATES PRIMARILY IN THE PUBLIC AND
                                          EDUCATIONAL SPACE TO PROSPECT, SELL, CONTRACT, AND
                                          ACCESS INDIVIDUAL INTO THE ARMY. THE AAC-IAA IS THE IT
                                          ENABLER FOR PROSPECTING MANAGING CAPTURING AND
                                          FEEDING SOURCE ACCESSION DATA TO FUTURE FORCE
                                          SOLDIER PERSONNEL AND STRENGTH SYSTEMS. RESOURCES
                                          IT ACQUISITION AND SUSTAINMENT REQUIREMENTS
                                          (INCLUDING: HARDWARE, SOFTWARE, COPIERS, LIFE CYCLE
                                          REPLACEMENT, TRAVEL TRAINING, AND CIVILIAN/CONTRACTOR
                                          PAY) FOR THE US ARMY ACCESSIONS COMMAND HQ, US ARMY
                                          RECRUITING COMMAND, US ARMY CADET COMMAND, AND
                                          ARMY NATIONAL GUARD.

        MPT8   MM    2002   OPEN          PERSONNEL TRANSFORMATION
                                          RESOURCES THE PERSONNEL TRANSFORMATION AUTOMATION
                                          REQUIREMENTS IN SUPPORT OF THE ARMY‘S
                                          TRANSFORMATION INITIATIVE. PERSONNEL AND HUMAN
                                          RESOURCE SUPPORT FOR WEB-ENABLING THE FORCES THAT
                                          MATCH THE ARMY TRANSFORMATION FULLY WEB-BASED
                                          OBJECTIVE FORCE. REDESIGN OF PERSONNEL TASKS AND
                                          FUNCTIONS REQUIRED TO SUPPORT SOLDIERS, COMMANDERS
                                          AND FAMILY MEMBERS. FUNDS THE INTEGRATED TOTAL ARMY
                                          PERSONNEL DATABASE (ITAPDB).

        MPTV   MM    1991   OPEN          STANADARD INSTALLATION DIVISION PERSONNEL SYSTEM-3
                                          SIDPERS-3 REPLACES THE ACTIVE ARMY, USAR, & ARNG
                                          SYSTEMS WITH ONE STANDARD SOFTWARE SYSTEM FOR
                                          WARTIME OPERATIONS AND SUPPORT FOR THE ACTIVE
                                          COMPONENT IN PEACETIME. SIDPERS-3 WILL BE A MAJOR
                                          CONTRIBUTOR TO THE TOTAL ARMY PERSONNEL DATA
                                          BASE(TAPDB) AND IS TO BE THE CORNERSTONE OF A MORE
                                          RELIABLE AND RESPONSIBLE AUTOMATED PERSONNEL
                                          INFORMATION SYSTEM IN SUPPORT OF BASIC ARMY MISSIONS.


MS**           MM                         NON-PROGRAM EXECUTIVE OFFICE INTENSIVELY MANAGED
                                          INFORMATION/COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS

        MS5B   MM    1989   OPEN          KEYSTONE SYSTEMS
                                          KEYSTONE IS AN INTERACTIVE, ON-LINE AUTOMATED
                                          PERSONNEL SYSTEM WHICH SUPPORTS ALL COMPONENTS
                                          (ACTIVE, RESERVE, AND NATIONAL GUARD) OF THE ARMY. IT
                                          PROVIDES CRITICAL SUPPORT TO THE ACCESSION, TRAINING,
                                          ASSIGNMENT, RETENTION, RECLASSIFICATION, AND
                                          MOBILIZATION PROCESSES IN PEACE AND WAR. IT SUPPORTS
                                          OVER 2,500 USERS WORLDWIDE, TRACKS OVER 300,000
                                          TRAINING SEATS AND MAINTAINS MOS SKILL QUALIFICATIONS,
                                          ENLISTMENT PROGRAMS AND ASSIGNMENT/ENLISTMENT
                                          GUARANTEES.

        MS5C   MM    1989   OPEN          PERSONNEL ENTERPRISE SYSTEM-AUTOMATION (PES-A)
                                          THE PERSONNEL ENTERPRISE SYSTEM-AUTOMATION (PES-A)
                                          IS A MULTI-COMPONENT INVESTMENT THAT SUPPORTS THE
                                          ARMY PERSONNEL COMMUNITY COMPRISED OF THE ACTIVE
                                          ARMY, ARMY NATIONAL GUARD BUREAU, ARMY RESERVE, AND
                                          THE ENLISTED RECORDS AND EVALUATION CENTER (EREC).
                                          THE PES-A MISSION IS TO PROVIDE THE INTEGRATED,
                                          AUTOMATED INFRASTRUCTURE (HARDWARE, SOFTWARE, AND
                                          TELECOMMUNICATIONS) AND SUPPORT SERVICES FOR THE
                                          ARMY PERSONNEL COMMUNITY. IN SUPPORT OF THIS
                                          MISSION, PES-A ACQUIRES, OPERATES, AND MAINTAINS THE
                                          INFRASTRUCTURE, ENVIRONMENT, AND PLATFORMS
                                          NECESSARY TO OPERATE THE 200+ APPLICATIONS/DATABASES
                                          USED BY THE ARMY PERSONNEL COMMUNITY TO PUT THE
                                          ―RIGHT PEOPLE, IN THE RIGHT PLACE, AT THE RIGHT TIME.‖

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        MS5G   MM    1989   2007          MILITARY ENTRANCE PROCESSING COMMAND JOINT
                                          COMPUTER CENTER (MEPCOM JCC)
                                          US MEPCOM JOINT COMPUTER CENTER(JCC) SUPPORT FOR
                                          PERSONNEL ACCESSIONS. PROVIDES
                                          AUTOMATION/TELECOMMUNICATIONS SUPPORT TO US
                                          MEPCOM AND THE SELECTIVE SERVICE SYSTEM, FOR THEIR
                                          MILITARY ACCESSIONS MISSIONS DURING PEACETIME AND
                                          MOBILIZATION. RESOURCES SUPPORT MANPOWER
                                          REGISTRATION/ADJUDICATION AND APPLICANT PROCESSING,
                                          WHICH INCLUDES APTITUDE TESTING, MEDICAL EXAMINING,
                                          AND ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESSING FOR ALL SERVICES.

        MS5H   MM    1989   OPEN          ARMY TRAINING REQUIREMENTS AND RESOURCES SYSTEM
                                          PROVIDES FOR THE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF THE
                                          ARMY TRAINING REQUIREMENTS AND RESOURCES SYSTEM
                                          (ATRRS). ATRRS IS THE HQDA AUTOMATED INFORMATION
                                          SYSTEM OF RECORD FOR MANAGING TOTAL ARMY PERSONNEL
                                          ATTENDING BOTH RESIDENT AND DISTANCE LEARNING
                                          COURSES. THIS ONLINE, REAL-TIME SYSTEM DOCUMENTS
                                          PROJECTED TRAINING REQUIREMENTS AND RESOURCED
                                          TRAINING PROGRAMS, STUDENT REGISTRATION AND
                                          ATTENDANCE, AND STATISTICAL DATA FOR ALL INSTITUTIONAL
                                          COURSES. IT IS KEY TO THE PERSONNEL READINESS MISSION
                                          OF THE DCSPER FOR A TRAINED AND READY FORCE.

        MS5Z   MM    1989   OPEN          HUMAN RESOURCES COMMAND CORE AUTOMATION SUPPORT
                                          U.S. ARMY HUMAN RESOURCES COMMAND CORE AUTOMATION
                                          SUPPORT. PROVIDES CRITICAL RESOURCES (INCLUDING
                                          CIVILIAN PAY) FOR CORE DA SYSTEMS SUPPORTING
                                          PERSONNEL PROCESSES DIRECTLY AFFECTING ARMY-WIDE
                                          READINESS. MAINTAINS THE ARMY HUMAN RESOURCE
                                          COMMAND (AHRC) OPERATIONAL CAPABILITY BY MANAGING
                                          APPLICATIONS SOFTWARE AND DATABASES (TAPDB/ITAPDB)
                                          FOR CRITICAL SYSTEMS THAT SUPPORT THE PROCUREMENT,
                                          TRAINING, DISTRIBUTION, SUSTAINMENT, AND SEPARATION OF
                                          ARMY PERSONNEL AS WELL AS SUPPORT FOR RETIREES,
                                          VETERANS, AND FAMILY MEMBERS. PROVIDES IT SOLUTIONS
                                          FOR AHRC BUSINESS PROCESSES AS WELL AS BASIC
                                          TELECOMMUNICATIONS, PRINTING, AND POSTAL SERVICES
                                          BETWEEN AHRC MANAGERS AND THE FIELD.


MU**           MM                         NON-PROGRAM EXECUTIVE OFFICE SUSTAINING BASE
                                          INFORMATION/COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS

        MU2L   MM    1992   OPEN          RECORDS MANAGEMENT
                                          RESOURCES ARMY RECORDS PROGRAMS AND THE DOD
                                          RECORDS PROGRAMS FOR WHICH THE ARMY IS THE
                                          EXECUTIVE AGENT. INCLUDED ARE THE ACTIVE, NATIONAL
                                          GUARD, AND THE RESERVE ARMY‘S RECORDS MANAGEMENT;
                                          DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY FREEDOM OF INFORMATION AND
                                          PRIVACY ACT, QUALITY OF INFORMATION; ARMY POSTAL AND
                                          OFFICIAL MAIL; DECLASSIFICATION PROGRAMS; ARMED
                                          FORCES CENTER FOR UNIT RECORDS RESEARCH; AND THE
                                          NARA RECORDS REIMBURSEMENT PROGRAM FOR BOTH
                                          ACTIVE ARMY AND RESERVE. PROVIDES THE ARMY WITH A
                                          STANDARD METHODOLOGY FOR COLLECTING, PROTECTING,
                                          ACCESSING AND DECLASSIFYING RECORDS INFORMATION,
                                          BOTH HARD COPY AND ELECTRONIC, SUPPORTING THE
                                          GLOBAL WAR ON TERRORISM, THE ARMY‘S TRANSFORMATION
                                          PROGRAM, AND JOINT VISION 2020.

        MU2P   MM    1992   OPEN          MILITARY ENTRANCE PROCESSING COMMAND JOINT
                                          COMPUTER CENTER & INTEGRATED RESOURCE SYS (MEPCOM
                                          JCC & IRR)
                                          US MEPCOM JOINT COMPUTER CENTER (JCC) & INTEGRATION
                                          RESOURCE SYSTEM (IRR). ARMY IS THE DOD EXECUTIVE
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                                           AGENT FOR MIRS, A JOINT SYSTEM THAT PROVIDES
                                           AUTOMATION/ TELECOMMUNICATIONS SUPPORT TO US
                                           MEPCOM AND THE SELECTIVE SERVICE SYSTEM FOR THEIR
                                           MILITARY ACCESSIONS MISSIONS DURING PEACETIME AND
                                           MOBILIZATION PROCESSES. ALL NEW ENLISTED ACCESSION
                                           (ENLISTEES) INTO THE ARMED FORCES. RESOURCES SUPPORT
                                           MANPOWER REGISTRATION/ ADJUDICATION AND APPLICANT
                                           PROCESSING, WHICH INCLUDES APTITUDE TESTING, MEDICAL
                                           EXAMINING, AND ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESSING FOR ALL
                                           SERVICES. MIRS PROVIDES THE AUTOMATION
                                           INFRASTRUCTURE AND SUPPORT REQUIRED FOR OPERATIONS
                                           65 MEPS & HQ MEPCOM. RESOURCES THE MEPCOM JOINT
                                           COMPUTER CENTER.


MX**            MM                         NON-PROGRAM EXECUTIVE OFFICE
                                           INFORMATION/COMMUNITCATION SUPPORT ACTIVITIES

        MXAR    MM    1991   2005          ARMY RESERVE- PERSONNEL COMMAND CORE ADP
                                           RESOURCES O&M FOR AR-PERSCOM‘S DATA PROCESSING,
                                           DATA COLLECTION, COMMUNICATIONS, ADP PROGRAMMING,
                                           SECURITY, COOP, VISUAL TRACTOR INFORMATION,
                                           MAINTENANCE AND CONTRACTOR SUPPORT ACTIVITY IN
                                           SUPPORT OF THE USAR AND OTHER AGENCIES. ALSO
                                           PROVIDES LIMITED O&M TO USARC AND OCAR.


NG**    NG**    MM                         NATIONAL GUARD ACTIVITIES

        NG6H    MM    1991   OPEN          RESERVE COMPONENT MEDICAL READINESS
                                           PROVIDES FOR FORCE HEALTH PROTECTION/MEDICAL
                                           READINESS FOR THE RESERVE COMPONENTS. COSTS
                                           INCLUDE: READINESS REQUIREMENTS; PHYSICAL
                                           EXAMINATIONS (OVER 40; UNDER 40, SCHOOL, RETENTION,
                                           PROMOTIONS, ETC.); CONTRACTS FOR MEDICAL CONTRACTS,
                                           HIV TESTING; IMMUNIZATIONS; HEALTH PROMOTION PROGRAM.
                                           DOES NOT INCLUDE COSTS FOR MEDICAL PERSONNEL.

        NGTP    MM    1991   OPEN          ARMY NATIONAL GUARD MILITARY TECHNICIANS
                                           NATIONAL GUARD MISSION SUPPORT TECHNICIAN PAY,
                                           TRAINING AND BENEFITS. PAY FOR NATIONAL GUARD
                                           LOGISTICS AND TRAINING TECHNICIANS EMPLOYED BY THE
                                           STATE ADJUTANTS GENERALS AS STAFF, TRAINING AND
                                           ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANCE, MAINTENANCE, SUPPLY AND
                                           ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPLY SPECIALISTS IN ORGANIZATIONS AND
                                           UNITS OF TROOP COMMAND.


PA**    PA**    MM                         PAY AND SUBSISTENCE ACTIVE COMPONENT

        PACS    MM    1991   OPEN          PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION TRAVEL
                                           TRAVEL, TRANSPORTATION, STORAGE COSTS, AND
                                           DISLOCATION ALLOWANCES FOR REASSIGNMENT OF
                                           SOLDIERS AND FAMILY MEMBERS TRAVELING INDIVIDUALLY OR
                                           AS PART OF AN ORGANIZED UNIT. CONSISTS PRIMARILY OF
                                           ENTITLEMENTS SUCH AS DISLOCATION ALLOWANCE,
                                           SHIPMENT OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS, TEMPORARY AND NON-
                                           TEMPORARY STORAGE OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS, TEMPORARY
                                           LODGING EXPENSE, AND MEMBER MILEAGE AND PER DIEM.

        PADH    MM    2003   OPEN          MILITARY RETIREE HEALTH CARE ACCRUAL TRUST FUND-AC
                                           THE PRIMARY PURPOSE OF THE FUND IS TO ACCRUE HEALTH
                                           CARE BENEFITS FOR MILITARY PERSONNEL CURRENTLY
                                           SERVING ON ACTIVE DUTY. THE INTENT IS TO MATCH
                                           SERVICES PERFORMED BY MILITARY PERSONNEL WITH THE
                                           EXPECTED MEDICARE-ELIGIBLE BENEFITS AT AGE 65 AND
                                           OVER. IN ESSENCE, THIS ESTABLISHES AN ACCRUAL
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                                           ACCOUNTING SYSTEM, WHICH RECORDS EXPENSES IN THE
                                           PERIOD THEY ARE INCURRED. THE TRUST FUND WILL ASSIST
                                           IN DEFRAYING THE COST OF THE RECENTLY EXPANDED
                                           CHAMPUS/TRICARE FOR LIFE BENEFITS FOR MILITARY
                                           RETIREES.

        PAID    MM    2003   OPEN          ENLISTED ARMY INCENTIVES
                                           FUNDS ALL ACTIVE COMPONENT ENLISTED PERSONNEL
                                           INCENTIVES FOR ENLISTED BONUSES, ARMY COLLEGE FUND
                                           AND LOAN REPAYMENT PROGRAM. PAYMENTS ARE USED AS
                                           ACCSSION INCENTIVES TO FILL CRITICAL ARMY MILITARY
                                           OPERATIONAL SKILL (MOS) POSITIONS WITH QUALIFIED
                                           SOLDIERS.

        PAMP    MM    1997   OPEN          PAY AND ALLOWANCES (MILITARY PERSONNEL)
                                           PAY AND ALLOWANCES, MILITARY PERSONNEL.
                                           COMPENSATION FOR ENLISTED AND OFFICER PERSONNEL,
                                           INCLUDING LENGTH OF SERVICE INCREMENTS AND
                                           ALLOWANCES. THIS INCLUDES BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR
                                           ENLISTED SUBSISTANCE. COMPENSATION ALSO INCLUDES
                                           THE BASIC PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF MILITARY ACADEMY
                                           CADETS. FUNDS ACTIVE MILITARY PAY FOR
                                           RETIRED/DISABILITY MILITARY PAY ACCRUAL. THE DEFENSE
                                           BUDGET WILL INCLUDE ONLY THE ACCRUING LIABILITY FOR
                                           MILITARY PERSONNEL NOT YET RETIRED.

        PAOT    MM    1988   OPEN          MILITARY PAY-OTHER
                                           EXPENSES FOR APPREHENSION OF DESERTERS, DEATH
                                           GRATUITY, UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION, SURVIVOR
                                           BENEFITS, ADOPTION EXPENSES, AMORITIZATION PAYMENTS,
                                           SOLDIER INTEREST ON DEPOSITS, AND MASS TRANSIT
                                           SUBSIDY.

        PARC    MM    2004   OPEN          BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING-RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITIES
                                           INITIATIVE (BAH-RCI)
                                           BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING (BAH) ENTITLEMENT FOR
                                           SOLDIERS LIVING IN PRIVATIZED MILITARY HOUSING UNDER
                                           THE RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITIES INITIATIVE (RCI) ONLY AND AS
                                           AUTHORIZED BY THE MILITARY HOUSING PRIVATIZATION ACT.

        PARF    MM    2004   OPEN          AC-SUBSISTENCE
                                           PROVIDES FOR THE SUBSISTENCE REQUIREMENTS OF ACTIVE
                                           DUTY OFFICERS, ENLISTED SOLDIERS, AND CADETS.
                                           SUBSISTENCE IS MET THROUGH EITHER THE PAYMENT OF
                                           AUTHORIZED BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE (BAS) OR
                                           SUBSISTENCE-IN-KIND (SIK). ALSO, INCLUDES THE FAMILY
                                           SUBSISTENCE SUPPLEMENTAL ALLOWANCE FOR ELIGIBLE
                                           PERSONNEL.


PN**    PN**    MM                         PAY AND SUBSISTENCE NATIONAL GUARD

        PNBE    MM    1991   OPEN          NATIONAL GUARD BONUS PROGRAM
                                           PROVIDES FOR FINANCIAL INCENTIVES USED TO SUPPORT
                                           EARLY DEPLOYING UNITS, CRITICAL SKILL SHORTAGES AND
                                           ASSISTS THE ARNG IN MEETING AND SUSTAINING MANPOWER
                                           REQUIREMENTS; BONUSES (ENLISTMENT, REENLISTMENT AND
                                           AFFILIATION BONUS, STUDENT LOAN REPAYMENT PROGRAM,
                                           HEALTH PROFESSIONAL INCENTIVES), EDUCATIONAL
                                           ASSISTANCE BENEFITS (MONTGOMERY GI BILL), AND
                                           SELECTIVE RESERVE TRANSITION ASSISTANCE FOR M-DAY
                                           AND AGR SOLDIERS. TEMPORARY EARLY RETIREMENT
                                           AUTHORITY (TERA) IS USED TO SHAPE THE AGR FORCE AND
                                           ASSIST IN MEETING MANDATED END STRENGTH LEVELS.


PR**    PR**    MM                         PAY AND SUBSISTENCE US ARMY RESERVE
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        PRAG   MM    2000   OPEN          RESERVE COMPONENT ACTIVE DUTY GUARD/RESERVE
                                          PROGRAM
                                          PROVIDES FOR PAY AND ALLOWANCES, RPA AND NGPA, AND
                                          TRAVEL FOR THOSE WHO PROVIDE FULL-TIME SUPPORT FOR
                                          ALL MISSIONS OF THE USAR AND ARNG, INCLUDING
                                          ORGANIZING, ADMINISTERING, RECRUITING, AND INSTRUCTION
                                          AND TRAINING. THESE POSITIONS ARE SUPPORT OF THREE
                                          FUNCTIONAL AREAS: ADMINISTRATION/PERSONNEL,
                                          SUPPLY/LOGISTICS, AND OPERATIONS/TRAINING.

        PRAT   MM    2000   OPEN          RESERVE COMPONENT PAY AND ALLOWANCES-ANNUAL
                                          TRAINING
                                          PROVIDES FOR PAY AND ALLOWANCES, RPA AND NGPA,
                                          TRAVEL, CLOTHING AND SUBSISTENCE FOR STATUTORY 15
                                          DAYS ANNUAL TRAINING (AT). INCLUDES ADDITIONAL DAYS (IN
                                          EXCESS OF 14 AT DAYS) FOR COMBAT TRAINING CENTER (CTC)
                                          EVENTS, DEPLOYMENTS FOR TRAINING AFTER AT CYCLES, I.E.
                                          ADVANCE/REAR PARTY, PRE-CAMP/SITE RECON, ADMIN/LOG,
                                          AND ANY SHORTFALLS DURING AT FOR PEACETIME TRAINING
                                          SUPPORT, MESS, MEDICAL, AVIATION, ETC.. ALSO PROVIDES
                                          DEATH GRATUITY PAYABLE TO SURVIVORS OF RC MEMBERS
                                          WHO DIE WHILE PERFORMING ADT OR IDT, OR ENROUTE TO
                                          SUCH TRAINING OR DUTY NOT TO EXCEED $6000 WHICH IS
                                          BASED ON SIX MONTHS BASIC PAY OF THE DECEDENT;
                                          INCAPACITATION PAY AND ALLOWANCES AUTHORIZED TO
                                          ELIGIBLE RC M-DAY SOLDIERS WITH AN APPROVED LINE OF
                                          DUTY WHEN AN INJURY, ILLNESS, OR DISEASE IS INCURRED;
                                          DISABILITY SEVERANCE PAY FOR SOLDIERS WHO ARE
                                          SEPARATED DUE TO PHYSICAL DISABILITY; MEALS CONSUMED
                                          BY RC ENLISTED PERSONNEL WHILE HOSPITALIZED.

        PRDH   MM    2003   OPEN          MILITARY RETIREE HEALTH CARE ACCRUAL TRUST FUND-RC
                                          THE INTENT IS TO MATCH SERVICES PERFORMED BY MILITARY
                                          PERSONNEL WITH THE EXPECTED MEDICARE-ELIGIBLE
                                          BENEFITS AT AGE 65 AND OVER. IN ESSENCE, THIS
                                          ESTABLISHES AN ACCRUAL ACCOUNTING SYSTEM, WHICH
                                          RECORDS EXPENSES IN THE PERIOD THEY ARE INCURRED.
                                          THE TRUST FUND WILL ASSIST IN DEFRAYING THE COST OF
                                          THE RECENTLY EXPANDED CHAMPUS/TRICARE FOR LIFE
                                          BENEFITS FOR MILITARY RETIREES.

        PRID   MM    2000   OPEN          RESERVE COMPONENT PAY INACTIVE DUTY TRAINING
                                          PROVIDES PAY AND ALLOWANCES , RPA AND NGPA, CLOTHING
                                          AND SUBSISTENCE FOR RC MEMBERS ON INACTIVE DUTY
                                          TRAINING (IDT) FOR A MINIMUM OF 48 TRAINING PERIODS.
                                          ANNUALLY, ANY UNIT TRAINING ASSEMBLIES (UTA), AND AN
                                          AVERAGE OF 24 FLIGHT TRAINING PERIODS FOR AVIATORS TO
                                          ACHIEVE AND SUSTAIN FLIGHT READINESS REQUIREMENTS.

        PROI   MM    2008   OPEN          RC Officer Incentives
                                          Funds accession and retention incentives for Health Care
                                          Professionals and basic branch officers for the Army Reserve and the
                                          Health Professional Scholarship Program supporting 80% of AC
                                          Doctors, Dentists, and Veterinarians accessions. Provides officer MGIB
                                          1606 and 1607 educational benefit payments.
        PRTF   MM    2000   OPEN          RESERVE COMPONENT PAY STUDENT INITIAL ENTRY TRAINING
                                          PROVIDES FOR (1) PAY GROUP F PAY AND ALLOWANCES, RPA
                                          AND NGPA, TRAVEL, CLOTHING AND SUBSISTENCE FOR RC
                                          PERSONNEL ATTENDING BASIC TRAINING (BT) AND ADVANCED
                                          INDIVIDUAL TRAINING (AIT) ; (2) PAY GROUP P PAY AND
                                          ALLOWANCES, RPA AND NGPA, AND SUBSISTENCE FOR RC
                                          PERSONNEL PERFORMING INACTIVE DUTY TRAINING (IDT)
                                          PRIOR TO ATTENDING BASIC TRAINING WITH PAY GROUP P (HS
                                          GRADUATES) ALLOWED 36 PAID DRILLS AND PAY GROUP P
                                          (NON-HS GRADUATES ALLOWED 12 PAID DRILLS).

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Q***           MM                         STANDARD INSTALLATION ORGANIZATION

        QBND   MM    1994   OPEN          US ARMY BANDS
                                          RESOURCES EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, TRAVEL, SERVICES,
                                          MAINTENANCE, PRINTING, RENTALS, AUTOMATION, AND
                                          CIVILIAN PAY FOR THE US ARMY BAND, KNOWN AS
                                          ―PERSHING‘S OWN,‖ WHICH INCLUDES THE ARMY CHORUS,
                                          CEREMONIAL BAND, CHORALE, BLUES, HERALD TRUMPET AND
                                          STROLLING STRINGS, AND THE US ARMY FIELD BAND, WHICH
                                          INCLUDES THE SOLDIERS‘ CHORUS, JAZZ AMBASSADORS, AND
                                          VOLUNTEERS AND THE US MILITARY ACADEMY(USMA) BAND,
                                          WHICH INCLUDES THE CONCERT BAND, STAGE BAND, FIELD
                                          MUSIC GROUP AND SUPPORT GROUP. AKSI FUNDS THE US
                                          CONTINENTAL ARMY BAND (HQ TRADOC) AND BANDS
                                          ALLOCATED TO TRADOC (FORTS HUACHUCA, BLISS, SILL,
                                          RUCKER, KNOX, JACKSON, BENNING, LEE, LEONARD WOOD,
                                          AND GORDON), AMC (ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND &
                                          HEADQUARTERS), AND MEDCOM (FORT SAM HOUSTON).

T***           MM                         TRAINING

TA**           MM                         ACTIVE FORCE

        TACE   MM    2001   OPEN          ARMY CIVILIAN EDUCATION AND TRAINING
                                          THE ARMY CIVILIAN EDUCATION AND TRAINING SYSTEM
                                          (ACTEDS) RESOURCES PROFESSIONAL AND LEADERSHIP
                                          TRAINING IF UNCUMBENT AND POTENTIAL MANAGERS AND
                                          EXECUTIVES. PROGRAM OBJECTIVES ARE TO ANTICIPATE AND
                                          MEET CONTINUING AND FUTURE NEEDS OF THE CIVILIAN
                                          PERSONNEL BY EDUCATING AND TRAINING PERSONNEL TO BE
                                          HIGHLY SKILLED AND QUALIFIED TO FULFILL THEIR MISSION
                                          REQUIREMENTS.

        TACV   MM    1991   OPEN          ARMY CIVILIAN INTERN PROGRAM
                                          THE ARMY CIVILIAN INTERN PROGRAM FUNDS THE SALARY,
                                          TRAVEL, TRAINING, AND ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS OF
                                          CENTRALLY MANAGED CAREER ORIENTED INTERNS. THIS
                                          SYSTEMATIC INTAKE AND TRAINING OF QUALITY CIVILIANS IS
                                          NEEDED TO FILL KEY TECHNICAL, MANAGERIAL, AND
                                          EXECUTIVE POSTITIONS.

TR**           MM                         ARMY RESERVE

        TRJR   MM    1991   OPEN          JUNIOR RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS (ROTC)
                                          PROVIDES CORE-LEVEL RESOURCES TO OPERATE THE ARMY‘S
                                          JR ROTC PROGRAM IN CONUS AND OCONUS LOCATIONS AS
                                          MANDATED BY THE U.S. CONGRESS. IT FUNDS RETIRED
                                          MILITARY INSTRUCTOR SALARIES, COSTS OF UNIT SUPPLIES,
                                          AND EQUIPMENT TO INCLUDE CADET UNIFORMS, SUMMER
                                          CAMPS FOR 10% OF THE ENROLLED CADETS, AND TRAVEL AND
                                          PER DIEM COSTS FOR INSTRUCTORS. WITHOUT THESE
                                          RESOURCES THE ARMY COULD NOT CONTINUE ITS JROTC
                                          PROGRAM WHICH HAS STRONG PUBLIC SUPPORT AND
                                          PROVIDES MANY CANDIDATES FOR SERVICE ACADEMIES,
                                          SENIOR ROTC PROGRAMS AND ENLISTEES FOR AMERICA‘S
                                          ARMY.

        TRRS   MM    1991   OPEN          SENIOR RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS SCHOLARSHIPS
                                          PROVIDES SENIOR ROTC SCHOLARSHIPS AND CADET PAY
                                          PORTIONS OF THE ARMY‘S OFFICER ACCESSION
                                          REQUIREMENTS. FUNDS SCHOLARSHIPS, TUITION, BOOKS, LAB
                                          FEES, AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES OF THE SCHOLARSHIP
                                          RECIPIENTS AS WELL AS CADET PAY, STIPENDS, TRAVEL AND
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        TRST   MM    1992   OPEN          RESERVE COMPONENT SUSTAINMENT TRAINING
                                          DIRECTLY SUPPORTS OPTEMPO READINESS TRAINING
                                          STRATEGIES. FUNDS SUSTAINMENT TRAINING FOR RC UNITS,
                                          IRR, AND IMA SOLDIERS. PROVIDES FOR PLANNING AND
                                          SUPPORT OF READINESS TRAINING EXERCISES, MOBILIZATION
                                          EXERCISES, PARTICIPATION IN EXERCISE PLANNING
                                          ACTIVITIES, CTC SUPPORT, AVIATION SIMULATION TRAINING
                                          AND SUPPORT, AND SHORT TOURS DIRECTLY AFFECTING
                                          READINESS.



        TRVP   MM    1991   OPEN          VETERANS EDUCATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (VEAP)
                                          VETERANS EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (VEAP).
                                          OBLIGATION INCURRED CONTRACTUALLY BY MULTIPLE
                                          ACCESSION CONTRACT FROM 1 JANUARY 1977. RESOURCES
                                          ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT DOD/DA CONTRIBUTIONS TO VEAP
                                          (KICKERS FROM $2000 TO 12000) IMPLEMENTED 1 JANUARY 1979
                                          THROUGH 30 JUNE 1985 FOR NON-PRIOR SERVICE, HIGH
                                          SCHOOL DIPLOMA GRADUATES IN MENTAL CATEGORY I-IIIA
                                          WHO ENLISTED IN DESIGNATED SKILLS AND TO PROVIDE 2:1
                                          MATCHING FUNDS FOR OFFICERS & ENLISTED MEMBERS WHO
                                          CONTRACTED FOR ACTIVE SERVICE AFTER 31 DECEMBER 1976.
                                          FAILURE TO FULLYFUND MAY RESULT IN BREACHED
                                          CONTRACTS AND/OR VIOLATE PL 94-502 REQUIRING SERVICES
                                          TO MATCH FUNDS RETROACTIVELY.


V***           MM                         SPECIAL VISIBILITY PROGRAMS

        VABS   MM    1991   OPEN          ARMY BROADCASTING SERVICE (ABS)
                                          THE ARMY BROADCASTING SERVICE (ABS) IS A
                                          CONGRESSIONALLY MANDATED PROGRAM THAT CENTRALLY
                                          MANAGES RESOURCES TO PROVIDE COMMAND INFORMATION,
                                          NEWS, SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT RADIO AND TELEVISION
                                          SERVICES TO SERVICE MEMBERS AND FAMILIES OVERSEAS.
                                          DOD EXECUTIVE AGENT FOR AFRTS BROADCAST SERVICES IN
                                          DIRECT SUPPORT OF COMBATANT COMMANDERS IN USEUCOM,
                                          USSOUTHCOM, USPACOM, USCENTCOM AND USFK AND IS
                                          THEIR MEANS FOR RAPID MASS COMMUNICATIONS IN BOTH
                                          PEACE AND WAR. ABS IS A BATTLEFIELD SUPPORT AGENCY
                                          WHOSE VALUE HAS BEEN VALIDATED IN ALL MAJOR
                                          CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS INCLUDING AND SINCE
                                          OPERATION DESERT STORM.

        VACE   MM    1991   OPEN          ARMY CONTINUING EDUCATION SYSTEM (ACES)
                                          RESOURCES CORE ARMY CONTINUING EDUCATION SYSTEM.
                                          COVERS ALL NON-TUITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS AND
                                          SERVICES, INCLUDING FUNCTIONAL ACADEMIC SKILLS
                                          TRAINING (FAST), EDUCATIONAL COUNSELING, TESTING,
                                          ARMY/AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION REGISTRY
                                          TRANSCRIPT SYSTEM (AARTS), AND CREDENTIALING
                                          OPPORTUNITIES ON-LINE (COOL) FOR ENLISTED AND OFFICER
                                          PERSONNEL OF THE ACTIVE AND RESERVE COMPONENTS;
                                          STAFFING, AND PROGRAM
                                          MANAGEMENT/ADMINISTRATION/OPERATIONS FOR ALL
                                          PROGRAMS AND SERVICES AT 117 EDUCATION CENTERS, AND
                                          HUNDREDS MORE MULTI-USE LEARNING FACILITIES, ARMY-
                                          WIDE.

        VAMP   MM    2004   OPEN          ARMY MARKETING PROGRAM
                                          THE ARMY‘S MARKETING PROGRAM RESOURCES THE ARMY
                                          MESSAGE THROUGH CONSISTENT BRANDING AND
                                          ADVERTISING TO ENSURE THE ACTIVE ARMY AND USAR
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                                          ACHIEVE ITS ACCESSION MISSIONS.

        VAQN   MM    1991   OPEN          ACQUISITION CORPS EDUCATION
                                          FUNDS EDUCATION, TRAINING, EXPERIENCE AND
                                          ASSIGNMENTS NECESSARY FOR CAREER PROGRESSION FOR
                                          MILITARY AND CIVILIAN MEMBERS OF THE ARMY ACQUISITION
                                          CORPS (ACC) IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE DEFENSE
                                          ACQUISITION WORKFORCE IMPROVEMENT ACT (DAWIA), TITLE
                                          10, USC, CHAPTER 87 (NATIONAL DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION
                                          ACT FOR FY 1991). THIS INCLUDES ADVANCED DEGREES,
                                          LEADERSHIP TRAINING, OPERATIONAL EXPERIENCE, AND
                                          DEVELOPMENTAL, ROTATIONAL, AND BROADENING
                                          ASSIGNMENTS FROM ACCESSION THROUGH ALL STAGES OF
                                          CAREER PROGRESSION LEADING TO THE MOST SENIOR
                                          ACQUISITION POSITIONS. FUNDING PROVIDES A FRAMEWORK
                                          FOR THE CONTINUING EDUCATIONAL AND PROFESSIONAL
                                          DEVELOPMENT REQUIREMENTS OF THE AAC IN ACCORDANCE
                                          WITH DAWIA AND THE USD(A&T) POLICY ON CONTINUOUS
                                          LEARNING FOR THE DEFENSE ACQUISITION WORKFORCE.

        VATA   MM    1995   OPEN          ARMY TUITION ASSISTANCE
                                          RESOURCES ACTIVE ARMY TUITION FUNDS TO PROVIDE UP TO
                                          4,500 DOLLARS ANNUALLY (WITH A CAP OF 250 DOLLARS PER
                                          SEMESTER HOUR) OF 100 PERCENT TUITION FOR POST-
                                          SECONDARY EDUCATION (INCLUDING LOVER LEVEL, UPPER
                                          LEVEL, GRADUATE, AND CERTIFICATE PROGRAM COURSES), IN
                                          ACCORDANCE WITH OSD POLICY. THE ARMY TA PROGRAM IS
                                          AUTHORIZED BY TITLE 10, SC 2005 AND 2007. ALSO FUNDS
                                          RESERVE COMPONENT TA GOVERNED BY DIFFERING POLICY.


        VBSA   MM    1992   OPEN          BOY/GIRL SCOUT ACTIVITY SUPPORT
                                          PROVIDES RESOURCES FOR THE CONDUCT OF THE
                                          QUADRENNIAL BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA NATIONALJAMBOREE
                                          AT FORT A. P. HILL WHICH IS A MAJOR NATIONAL-
                                          INTERNATIONAL MEDIA EVENT. THE ARMY PROVIDES BASIC
                                          SUPPORT IN MEDICAL, SIGNAL, MILITARY POLICE, PUBLIC
                                          AFFAIRS, AVIATION, ETC. ARMY SUPPORT TO THE SCOUTING
                                          PROGRAM IS A RESULT OF CONGRESSIOANL LEGISLATION IN
                                          1972. GIRL SCOUT EVENTS ARE HELD IN ALTERNATE YEARS AT
                                          FORT A. P. HILL.

        VCAP   MM    1991   OPEN          ARMY CAREER ALUMNI PROGRAM
                                          ARMY CAREER ALUMNI PROGRAM (ACAP) IS THE ARMY‘S
                                          PROGRAM THAT DELIVERS THE MANDATED TRANSITION
                                          SERVICES REQUIRED BY SECTIONS 1142 AND 1143, TITLE X
                                          U.S.C. ACAP PROVIDES SEPARATING AND RETIRING SOLDIERS,
                                          CIVILIANS AND THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS WITH THE SKILLS THEY
                                          NEED TO OBTAIN APPROPRIATE POST-ARMY EMPLOYMENT
                                          AND TO MAXIMIZE THE USE OF THEIR BENEFITS THEY EARNED
                                          THROUGH THEIR ARMY SERVICE. ACAP OFFERS A COMPLETE
                                          SPECTRUM OF PRESEPARATION COUNSELING, TRANSITION
                                          SERVICE ACTIVITIES AND INFORMATION RELATING TO
                                          TRANSITION ASSISTANCE BENEFITS AND JOB SEARCH SKILLS.

        VCND   MM    1991   OPEN          COUNTER NARCOTICS/DEMAND REDUCTION
                                          COUNTER NARCOTICS DEMAND REDUCTION (ACTUVE, USAR,
                                          ARNG) RECORDS CURRENT BUDGET AND PROGRAM YEAR
                                          RESOURCES CONTAINED IN THE DOD DRUG INTERDICTION AND
                                          COUNTER NARCOTICS APPROPRIATION AND POM FOR ACTIVE,
                                          ARNG, AND USAR DRUG TREATMENT, TESTING AND
                                          REHABILITATION. RESOURCES INSTALLATION PRE-
                                          SCREENING, QUALITY CONTROL, SYSTEMS UPGRADE, AND
                                          CIVILIAN PAY. MILITARY END STRENGTH AND FUNDING ARE
                                          RETAINED IN THE ARMY‘S BUDGET AND POM ARE PROVIDED AS
                                          MEMO ENTRY ONLY.

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        VCPR   MM    1995   OPEN          ARMY CIVILIAN PERSONNEL REGIONALIZATION
                                          PROVIDES FOR THE RECRUITMENT, ACCESSION,
                                          ADMINISTRATION AND SEPARATION OF THE ARMY‘S CIVILIAN
                                          EMPLOYEES THROUGH OPERATION OF CIVILIAN PERSONNEL
                                          CENTERS, MARKETING/ADVERTISING PROGRAMS, AND
                                          AUTOMATED MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS/ APPLICATIONS.

        VDS3   MM    2006   OPEN          DISABLED SOLDIER SYSTEM SUPPORT (DS3)
                                          TO ASSIST SOLDIERS BY INCORPORATING AND INTEGRATING
                                          EXISTING PROGRAMS AND SYSTMES THAT PROVIDE SUPPORT
                                          SERVICES TO SEVERELY DISABLED SOLDIERS AND THEIR
                                          FAMILIES THROUGH A PHASED APPROACH. THESE PHASES
                                          INCLUDE: PHASE I – NOTIFICATION AND EVACUATION; PHASE II
                                          – MEDICAL CARE AND BOARD EVAULUATION; AND PHASE III –
                                          REINTEGRAION INTO THE ARMY OR TRANSITION TO CIVILIAN
                                          EMPLOYMENT.

        VFGN   MM    1991   2005          US ARMY PARACHUTE TEAM (GOLDEN KNIGHTS)
                                          PROVIDES RESOURCES FOR THE OPERATIONS, TRAINING,
                                          MAINTENANCE, AND SUPPORT OF THE U.S. ARMY PARACHUTE
                                          TEAM (THE GOLDEN KNIGHTS). THIS TEAM HAS A THREE-FOLD
                                          MISSION: (1) PERFORM LIVE AERIAL DEMONSTRATIONS FOR
                                          THE PUBLIC AND IN PROMOTION OF THE ARMY‘S PUBLIC
                                          RELATIONS AND RECRUITMENT EFFORTS. (2) COMPETE IN
                                          NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL PARACHUTING COMPETITIONS
                                          AND (3) TEST AND EVALUATE NEW PARACHUTING EQUIPMENT
                                          AND TECHNIQUES FOR IMPROVED OPERATION AND SAFETY

        VIRS   MM    2000   OPEN          SPECIAL PROGRAM FOR RECRUITING INITIATIVES BY
                                          SECRETARY OF THE ARMY
                                          SPECIAL VISIBILITY PROGRAMS PROPOSED BY THE
                                          SECRETARY OF THE ARMY AS RECRUITING & RENTENTION
                                          INITIATIVES. THE PROGRAM PURPOSE IS TO KEEP THE
                                          RECRUITING SALE FORCE UP-TO-DATE, TO POSITION THE
                                          SALES FORCE GEOGRAPHICALLY, TO CONTINUALLY EVALUTE
                                          THE ARMY‘S MEDIA MIX AND STRATEGY, TO POSITION THE
                                          ARMY AS A PLACE TO WHICH HIGHLY MOTIVATED YOUNG
                                          PEOPLE AR ATTRACTED, TO TURN NON-HIGH SCHOOL
                                          GRADUATES INTO QUALITY HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES, TO
                                          CONTINUE TO EXPAND ENLISTED RECRUITING INTO THE
                                          COLLEGE MARKET. THE PROGRAM IS CONTROLLED AN
                                          MANAGED BY THE ASA (M&RA).

        VJAL   MM    1991   OPEN          CONFINEMENT FACILITIES
                                          CONFINEMENT & CORRECTIONAL SERVICES FOR SOLDIERS IN
                                          ARMY/FOREIGN CONFINEMENT. INCLUDES RESOURCES TO
                                          COVER ALL EXPENSES INCIDENT TO CONFINEMENT &
                                          CORRECTIONAL TREATMENT OF PRE- & POST-TRIAL MILITARY
                                          PRISONERS IN ARMY CUSTODY. INCLUDES ARMY PRISONERS
                                          CONFINED IN CONUS CIVILIAN JAILS. INCLUDES COSTS OF
                                          PROFESSIONAL TREATMENT SERVICES, VOCATIONAL
                                          TRAINING, CUSTODY & CONTROL, EDUCATION,
                                          ADMINISTRATION & MANAGEMENT REQUIRED AT ALL ARMY
                                          CONFINEMENT & CORRECTIONS FACILITIES. INCLUDES
                                          EXPENSES INCIDENTAL TO GUARD TRAVEL IN CONNECTION
                                          WITH TRANSFER OF PRISONERS. INCLUDES SUPPORT TO US
                                          MILITARY PERSONNEL CONFINED IN FOREIGN PENAL
                                          INSTITUTIONS WHEN SUPPORT-IN-KIND CANNOT BE GIVEN.

        VMBH   MM    2000   OPEN          MILITARY BURIAL HONORS
                                          MILITARY BURIAL HONORS. LAW REQUIRES THE SERVICES TO
                                          SUPPORT MILITARY BURIAL HONORS FOR ALL VETERANS,
                                          REGARDLESS OF SERVICE IN WHICH THEY SERVED.
                                          RESOURCES INLCUDE PAY, PER DIEM, TRAVEL, SUPPLIES, AND
                                          CONTRACTS.

        VRAE   MM    1991   OPEN          RECEPTION STATIONS
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                                           ACTIVE ARMY ENLISTED PROCESSING AT ARMY BASIC
                                           TRAINING CENTERS. RESOURCES ADMINISTRATIVE
                                           PROCESSING AND ACCESSING OF APPLICATIONS FOR
                                           ENLISTMENT INTO THE ARMY. INCLUDES CIVILIAN PAY
                                           STATION EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES AND OTHER VARIABLE COSTS
                                           RELATED TO INDIVIDUAL PROCESSING.

        VREM    MM    1991   OPEN          DISPOSITION OF REMAINS POW-MIA
                                           SUPPORTS OPERATIONAL EXPENSES FOR HEADQUARTERS,
                                           CASUALTY AND MEMORIAL AFFAIRS OPERATIONS CENTER
                                           (CMAOC), TO INCLUDE POLICY GUIDANCE, OPERATIONAL
                                           CONTROL OVER ARMY CASUALTY OPERATIONS (REPORTING,
                                           NOTIFICATION AND ASSISTANCE) AND MORTUARY AFFAIRS
                                           (CARE OF REMAINS). PROVIDES OPERATIONAL EXPENSES FOR
                                           IDENTIFICATION OF REMAINS AT ARMED FORCES INSTITUTE OF
                                           PATHOLOGY (AFIP). PROVIDES TRAVEL AS FOLLOWS: (1)
                                           ROUND TRIP TRAVEL AND PER DIEM COSTS FOR ESCORTS
                                           WHO ACCOMPANY REMAINS OF ARMY PERSONNEL WHO DIE
                                           ON ACTIVE DUTY; (2) ROUND TRIP TRAVEL TO PLACE OF
                                           INTERMENT AND LIVING EXPENSES INCIDENT TO SUCH TRAVEL
                                           OF NEXT-OF-KIN AND CERTAIN RELATIVES OF DECEASED ARMY
                                           MILITARY PERSONNEL WHO DIE ON ACTIVE DUTY, WHILE IN
                                           CAPTIVITY OR MISSING-IN-ACTION AND WHOSE REMAINS ARE
                                           RETURNED TO ANY OF THE 54 STATES AND TERRITORIES; AND,
                                           (3) FAMILY MEMBER TRAVEL AND EXPENSES TO THE VERY
                                           SERIOUSLY ILL OR INJURED SOLDIER AS AUTHORIZED BY
                                           STATUE AND AR 600-8-1 AND AR 638-2.

        VULB    MM    2004   OPEN          UNIFIED LEGISLATIVE BUDGETING
                                           THE UNIFIED LEGISLATION AND BUDGETING (ULB) PROCESS, A
                                           COMPLEMENT TO THE LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE PROCESS. A
                                           JOINT FORUM FOR THE DEVELOPMENT, REVIEW, AND
                                           COORDINATION OF LEGISLATIVE INITIATIVES AFFECTING THE
                                           PERSONNEL AND READINESS FUNCTIONS.

        VWWP    MM    2008   OPEN          Wounded Warrior Program
                                           The U.S. Army Wounded Warrior Program (AW2) mission is to
                                           champion policy changes and provide personalized Soldier services. It
                                           strictly adheres to the Army‘s Warrior ethos of ―Never Leave a Fallen
                                           Comrade.‖


Z***    Z***    MM                         STRUCTURE REALIGNMENT COSTS AND SAVINGS (SHORT
                                           TERM PROJECT)

        ZMIG    MM    2006   2007          MM PEG IGPBS INCREMENTAL COSTS
                                           TO CAPTURE INCREMENTAL COSTS IN MM PEG OF INTEGRATED
                                           GLOBAL PRESENCE AND BASING STUDY REALIGNMENTS.




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                                        OO ORGANIZING


FA**           OO                         FIELD OPERATING AGENCIES

        FAAA   OO    1988   OPEN          US ARMY AUDIT AGENCY
                                          OPERATE AND SUPPORT THE ARMY AUDIT AGENCY. THIS
                                          MDEP CONTAINS CORE LEVEL RESOURCES FOR THE
                                          OPERATION AND SUPPORT OF THE U.S. ARMY AUDIT AGENCY.
                                          AAA PROVIDES INDEPENDENT AND OBJECTIVE INTERNAL
                                          AUDITING AND ATTESTATION SERVICES, UNLIMITED IN SCOPE,
                                          TO THE DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY THROUGH AN
                                          APPROPRIATE MIX OF FINANCIAL, COMPLIANCE, ECONOMY,
                                          EFFICIENCY, AND PROGRAM AUDITS TO SATISFY STATUTORY
                                          AND FIDUCIARY RESPONSIBILITIES.

        FACS   OO    1988   OPEN          ARMY SAFETY CENTER
                                          PROVIDES RESOURCING FOR ARMY SAFETY CENTER AND
                                          INTEGRATING AGENTS FOR STRATEGIC SAFETY INITIATIVES
                                          DIRECTED BY THE SECRETARY OF THE ARMY AND THE CHIEF
                                          OF STAFF, AND FOUND IN THE ARMY SAFETY STRATEGIC PLAN.
                                          SAFETY CENTER CONDUCTS CENTRALIZED ACCIDENT
                                          INVESTIGATIONS; MANAGES, MAINTAINS ARMY SAFETY
                                          MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM TO COLLECT, ANALYZE
                                          AND DISSEMINATE INFORMATION ON ACCIDENTS TO ARMY;
                                          PROVIDES HQDA OVERSIGHT FOR ACAT I & II SYSTEMS AND
                                          DEVELOPS ARMY POLICY FOR SYSTEM SAFETY IN MATERIAL
                                          DEVELOPMENT, ACQUISITION, FIELDING AND MODIFICATION
                                          PROCESS.

        FAFC   OO    1988   OPEN          PURCHASE OF FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SERVICES
                                          PURCHASE OF FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SERVICES. THE
                                          RESOURCES IN THIS MDEP PAY FOR ALL ARMY FINANCE &
                                          ACCOUNTING SUPPORT SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE DEFENSE
                                          FINANCE & ACCOUNTING SERVICE (DFAS).

        FAFM   OO    1999   OPEN          ARMY KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT
                                          RESOURCE ARMY KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT (AKM) TO
                                          ENABLE THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE ARMY INTO A
                                          NETWORK-CENTRIC, KNOWLEDGE-BASED FORCE, CAPABLE OF
                                          PROVIDING PERVASIVE ACCESS TO ARMY KNOWLEDGE
                                          ACROSS ALL LEVELS OF WAR, ALLOWING US TO BRING FUTURE
                                          FORCE CAPABILITIES INTO THE CURRENT FORCE.

        FAIG   OO    1988   OPEN          INSPECTOR GENERAL AGENCY
                                          INSPECTOR GENERAL AGENCY. PROVIDES CIVILIAN PAY AND
                                          OPERATING FUNDS FOR USAIGA TO PERFORM MULTITUDE OF
                                          INSPECTIONS INCLUDING SA/CSA DIRECTED INSPECTIONS OF
                                          NUCLEAR REACTOR FACILITIES, AND THE BIOLOGICAL AND
                                          CHEMICAL SURETY PROGRAM. OFFICE OF THE INSPECTOR
                                          GENERAL HAS RESPONSIBILITIES FOR INTELLIGENCE
                                          OVERSIGHT INSPECTIONS OF SPECIAL ACCESS PROGRAMS AS
                                          WELL AS ARMY‘S MILITARY INTELLIGENCE AND OTHER
                                          SENSITIVE ACTIVITIES. OTIG PERFORMS INVESTIGATIONS OF
                                          SENIOR ARMY OFFICIALS, POST BOARD SCREENINGS, AND
                                          TRAINING FOR ALL INSPECTOR GENERALS.

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        FAJA   OO    1988   OPEN          JUDGE ADJUTANT GENERAL ORGANIZATIONS/CLAIMS
                                          MDEP FUNDS ADMINISTRATIVE, PERSONNEL AND LOGISTICAL
                                          SUPPORT FOR ARMY CENTRALIZED LEGAL FUNCTIONS
                                          EXECUTED BY JAGC ORGANIZATIONS (USALSA, USARCS,
                                          LAAWS, CLAMO) AND ARMY CLAIMS FUND. US ARMY LEGAL
                                          SERVICES AGENCY (USALSA) PROVIDES CENTRALIZED ARMY
                                          LEGAL FUNCTIONS AS REQUIRED BY LAW OR SECRETARIAL
                                          DIRECTIVE (INCLUDES ARMY COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS,
                                          GOVERNMENT AND DEFENSE APPELLATE DIVISIONS, TRIAL
                                          DEFENSE SERVICE (WORLDWIDE), TRIAL JUDICIARY
                                          (WORLDWIDE) AND ARMY LITIGATION CENTER). ADMINISTERS
                                          ARMY VICTIM/WITNESS SERVICES PROGRAM. US ARMY CLAIMS
                                          SERVICE (USARCS) SUPERVISED APPROXIMATELY 120 CLAIMS
                                          OFFICES WORLDWIDE AND ADMINISTERS THE ARMY CLAIMS
                                          FUND. CLAIMS INCLUDE ENVIRONMENTAL, SOFA, AND ABCMR
                                          CLAIMS. LEGAL AUTOMATION ARMY-WIDE SYSTEM (LAAWS) IS
                                          AN AKO PARTNER PROVIDING AUTOMATION SUPPORT FOR A
                                          CENTRALLY MANAGED NETWORK OF LEGAL OFFICES
                                          WORLDWIDE. THIS IS THE JAG CORPS‘ ON-LINE MILITARY
                                          LEGAL RESOURCE. CRITICAL FOR FIELD/DEPLOYED JAS.

        FANG   OO    1988   OPEN          FIELD ACTIVITY NATIONAL GUARD
                                          PROVIDES PAY AND BENEFITS FOR TITLE V DEPARTMENT OF
                                          ARMY CIVILIANS (DACS) EMPLOYED BY THE NATIONAL GUARD
                                          BUREAU (NGB) FIELD OPERATING ACTIVITY.

        FAOC   OO    1988   OPEN          ARMY NUCLEAR & CHEMICAL AGENCY
                                          ARMY NUCLEAR AND CHEMICAL AGENCY PROVIDES CIV PAY,
                                          TDY & OVERHEAD FOR USANCA (TRADOC FOA). PROVIDES
                                          EXPERT TECHNICAL SUPPORT AND ASSISTANCE TO ALL ARMY
                                          ELEMENTS WORLDWIDE AND TO OTHER U.S. GOVERNMENT
                                          AND NATO AGENCIES ENGAGED IN NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL, AND
                                          CHEMICAL (NBC) PROGRAMS. PROVIDES JOINT PUBS ON
                                          NUCLEAR TARGETING, ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA FOR
                                          SURVIVABILITY OF CRITICAL EQUIPMENT IN NBC
                                          ENVIRONMENTS, PRIORITIES FOR NUCLEAR EFFECTS
                                          RESEARCH, INTERNATIONAL NBC STANDARDIZATION
                                          AGREEMENTS, SYSTEM ANALYSES, REGULATORY OVERSIGHT
                                          OF ARMY NUCLEAR REACTORS, AND MANAGEMENT OF ARMY
                                          NUCLEAR OFFICERS (FUNCTIONAL AREA 52).

        FAOD   OO    1988   OPEN          CENTER FOR MILITARY HISTORY (CMH)
                                          CIV PAY AND GEN OPS. CMH WRITES ARMY‘S OFFICIAL
                                          HISTORY, SUPPORTS THE ARMY STAFF & SECRETARIAT WITH
                                          HISTORICAL BACKGROUND MATERIAL ON CURRENT ISSUES,
                                          PROVIDES POLICY & STAFF SUPERVISION ON ARMY‘S
                                          HISTORICAL PROGRAM, & ENSURES ARMY COMPLIANCE WITH
                                          FEDERAL LAW & STATUES ON HISTORICAL & ARCHIVAL ISSUES.
                                          EXCLUDES REQUIREMENTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE MUSEUM
                                          AND NATIONAL MUSEUM DIVISION OF CMH.

        FARD   OO    1988   2004          CONTRACT SUPPORT AGENCY
                                          USA CONTRACT SUPPORT AGENCY CIV PAY, OVERHEAD, &
                                          TDY. USACSA HAS ARMY‘S CONTRACT MANAGEMENT
                                          RESPONSIBILITIES – REPORTS PROCUREMENT STATISTICS;
                                          SECRETARIATE & ARMY-WIDE PROCUREMENT POLICIES &
                                          OVERSITE; PROPONENT FOR ARMY CONTINGENCY
                                          CONTRACTING; IMPLEMENTATION OF ACQUISITION REFORM
                                          INITIATIVES.

        FASS   OO    1988   OPEN          SECRETARY OF THE ARMY FIELD OPERATING ACTIVITIES
                                          SECRETARY OF THE ARMY FIELD OPERATING ACTIVITIES
                                          (FOAS) FUNDS CIVILIAN SALARIES, TRAVEL, CONTRACTUAL,
                                          AND ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT COSTS. FOAS ARE THE
                                          DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY REVIEW BOARDS AGENCY (ARBA)
                                          AND THE CIVILIAN PERSONNEL FIELD AGENCY (CPFA).

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HS**    HS**   OO                         HEALTH SERVICES/MEDICAL ACTIVITIES

        HSBD   OO    1995   OPEN          JOINT MEDICAL BIOLOGICAL-DEFENSE
                                          MEDICAL BIOLOGICAL-DEFENSE. PROVIDES PERSONNEL
                                          SUPPORT TO MEDICAL BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAMS
                                          WITHIN THE JOINT PROGRAM OFFICE (JPO).

        HSDH   OO    1997   OPEN          DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM
                                          DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM. ACCOUNTS FOR ARMY DHP-
                                          FUNDED MEDICAL END STRENGTH ENGAGED IN PEACETIME
                                          HEALTH CARE & HEALTH EDUCATION & TRAINING.

        HSMR   OO    2000   OPEN          MEDICAL COMBAT DEVELOPMENT
                                          PROVIDES FOR ARMY MEDICAL DEPARTMENT COMBAT
                                          DEVELOPMENT AND SUPPORT STRUCTURE TO ENSURE
                                          DOTMLPF ALIGNMENT OF THE MEDICAL FORCE STRUCTURE TO
                                          MEET COMBATANT COMMANDERS‘ NEEDS.


J***           OO                         JOINT/DOD ACTIVITIES

        JDJT   OO    1991   OPEN          JOINT/ DEFENSE ACTIVITIES
                                          CIVILIAN PAY, TDY, AND OVERHEAD FOR UNIFIED AND
                                          SPECIFIED COMMANDS (DOES NOT INCLUDE THE OFFICE OF
                                          THE JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF). MANPOWER PERFORMS NON-
                                          AMHA, NON-GDIP, NON-COUNTER DRUG FUNCTIONS FOR THE
                                          REGIONAL COMBATANT COMMANDERS. ARMY EXECUTIVE
                                          AGENT FOR SOUTHCOM, EUCOM, AND US FORCES KOREA.

        JDSP   OO    1988   OPEN          JOINT DOD SUPPORT
                                          FUNDS CIVILIAN MANPOWER AND ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT
                                          COSTS FOR THE JOINT AND DOD AGENCIES AND ACTIVITIES
                                          FOR WHICH THE ARMY IS ASSIGNED EXECUTIVE AGENT
                                          RESPONSIBILITIES. THESE AGENCIES AND ACTIVITIES
                                          PROVIDE BOTH DIRECT AND INDIRECT SUPPORT TO THE
                                          ENTIRE ARMY. PAYS FOR OPERATIONAL FUNCTIONS
                                          PERFORMED BY OFFICE OF ADMIN ASSISTANT, AND AGENCIES
                                          AND ACTIVITIES WHICH PROVIDE DIRECT AND INDIRECT
                                          SUPPORT TO THE ENTIRE ARMY, OTHER SERVICES AND DOD
                                          ACTIVITIES.


MS**           OO                         NON-PROGRAM EXECUTIVE OFFICE INTENSIVELY MANAGED
                                          INFORMATION/COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS

NG**           OO                         NATIONAL GUARD ACTIVITIES

        NG7S   OO    1991   OPEN          ARMY NATIONAL GUARD MILITARY SUPPORT AND
                                          COMMUNICATIONS AGENCIES
                                          NON-STANDARD MILITARY COMMUNICATIONS AND
                                          OPERATIONAL EQUIPMENT COSTS AND SERVICES FOR
                                          OPERATIONS CENTERS AND UNITS, WHERE REQUIRED.
                                          FACILITATES RAPID RESPONSE OF NATIONAL GUARD FORCES
                                          FOR DOMESTIC SUPPORT MISSIONS, NGB, AND JOINT FORCE
                                          STATE HEADQUARTERS TO SUPPORT MOBILIZATIONS,
                                          DOMESTIC SUPPORT MISSIONS, DAILY OPERATIONS,
                                          CONTINUITY OF OPERATIONS (COOP) AND OTHER AGENCIES.

TA**           OO                         ACTIVE FORCE

        TAFM   OO    1995   OPEN          ARMY FORCE MANAGEMENT TRAINING
                                          SUPPORTS THE ARMY FORCE MANAGEMENT SCHOOL (AFMS)
                                          CO-LOCATED WITH THE ARMY MANAGEMENT STAFF COLLEGE
                                          AT FORT BELVOIR, VIRGINIA. AFMS SUPPORTS OVERALL ARMY
                                          FORCE MANAGEMENT PLANNING, INTEGRATION AND
                                          EXECUTION BY PROVIDING OR AUGMENTING ARMY
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                                          CAPABILITIES TO STANDARDIZE AND INTEGRATE MISSIONS,
                                          FUNCTIONS AND EXECUTION; PROVIDES IN-DEPTH
                                          INTEGRATED EDUCATION AND TRAINING; DEVELOPS AND
                                          PREPARES SUPPORTIVE, EXECUTABLE POLICIES AND
                                          PROCEDURES; PREPARES, CONDUCTS, AND EVALUATES
                                          RELATED STUDIES AND ASSESSMENTS; AND PROVIDES
                                          RELATED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT AND SUPPORT.

V***           OO                         SPECIAL VISIBILITY PROGRAMS

        VARY   OO    1991   OPEN          RAND ARROYO CENTER
                                          FUNDS THE ARMY FEDERALLY FUNDED RESEARCH AND
                                          DEVELOPMENT CENTER (FFRDC) FOR POLICY AND STRATEGY
                                          ANALYSIS AT RAND. THE ARROYO CENTER PERFORMS MID-TO-
                                          LONG-TERM ANALYSIS IN SUPPORT OF ARMY PLANNING AND
                                          PROGRAMMING FOR LONG-TERM, FAR-REACHING ISSUES OF
                                          CRITICAL IMPORTANCE TO SENIOR ARMY LEADERSHIP.

        VBNK   OO    1991   OPEN          OVERSEAS BANKING
                                          ARMY‘S SHARE OF DOD OVERSEAS BANKING COSTS (65%);
                                          PAYS OPERATION/MANAGEMENT FEES FOR OVERSEAS
                                          BANKING CONTRACT, UPGRADE OF FACILITIES; REPLACEMENT
                                          OF BANKING EQUIPMENT; TRANSITION COSTS ASSOCIATED
                                          WITH AWARDING NEW CONTRACT, AND BAD DEBT COST OF
                                          SERVICE MEMBERS UNTIL COLLECTED BY DEBT MANAGEMENT.

        VDMO   OO    1997   OPEN          DIRECTED MILITARY OVERSTRENGTH (DMO) PROGRAM
                                          ARMY‘S SHARE OF DOD OVERSEAS BANKING COSTS (65%);
                                          PAYS OPERATION/MANAGEMENT FEES FOR OVERSEAS
                                          BANKING CONTRACT, UPGRADE OF FACILITIES; REPLACEMENT
                                          OF BANKING EQUIPMENT; TRANSITION COSTS ASSOCIATED
                                          WITH AWARDING NEW CONTRACT, AND BAD DEBT COST OF
                                          SERVICE MEMBERS UNTIL COLLECTED BY DEBT MANAGEMENT.

        VDTS   OO    2004   OPEN          DEFENSE TRAVEL SYSTEM (DTS)
                                          FUNDS ARMY PORTION OF DTS DEPLOYMENT/FIELDING, DFAS
                                          POST PAYMENT AUDITS, OPERATIONAL COSTS TO
                                          CONTRACTOR, AND THE DFAS LEAD DEFENSE TRAVEL
                                          ADMINISTRATION SUPPORT.

        VGFB   OO    2004   OPEN          GENERAL FUND ENTERPRISE BUSINESS SYSTEM
                                          GFEBS PILOT WAS ESTABLISHED BY PBD 708 IN DECEMBER
                                          2003. THE GOAL OF THE PILOT IS TO REENGINEER BUSINESS
                                          PROCESSES AND IMPLEMENT A STANDARD, COMPLIANT,
                                          INTEROPERABLE ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING (ERP)
                                          FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM. THIS WILL BE A JOINT
                                          EFFORT IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE DEFENSE FINANCE AND
                                          ACCOUNTING SERVICE (DFAS), THE AIR FORCE, AND THE NAVY.
                                          THE INITIATIVE WILL: DOCUMENT CURRENT BUSINESS
                                          PROCESSES; DEVELOP STANDARD, DEPARTMENT-WIDE.


        VINA   OO    1991   OPEN          INAUGURATION AND SPIRIT OF AMERICA
                                          MILITARY SUPPORT TO PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURATIONS AND
                                          SPIRIT OF AMERICA. ARMY PROGRAMS AND THEN PAYS
                                          EXPENSES FOR THE ARMED FORCES INAUGURAL COMMITTEE
                                          (AFIC) WHO PURCHASES MATERIALS, SUPPLIES AND
                                          CONTRACTS FOR SERVICES AND DIRECT CEREMONIAL
                                          SUPPORT OPERATIONS.

        VINJ   OO    1991   OPEN          CIVILIAN INJURY COMPENSATION
                                          ARMY MUST FUND ALL COSTS OF PAYMENTS FOR EMPLOYEE
                                          WORK INJURIES OR WORK RELATED ILLNESSES. REIMBURSES
                                          DEPARTMENT OF LABOR (DOL) FOR COMPENSATION & MEDICAL
                                          COSTS PAID FOR ARMY CIVILIANS. REIMBURSEMENT COMES
                                          TWO YEARS AFTER PAYMENT IS MADE TO EMPLOYEES.

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        VINK   OO    2004   OPEN          FEDERAL EMPLOYEES COMPENSATION ACT (FECA)
                                          BEGINNING IN FY 2004, THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION PROPOSES
                                          TO REQUIRE EACH FEDERAL AGENCY TO COVER THE
                                          ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS OF THE FEDERAL EMPLOYEES‘
                                          COMPENSATION ACT (FECA) PROGRAM. THE FY2004 BUDGET
                                          WILL PROPOSE LANGUAGE TO THE GENERAL PROVISIONS OF
                                          THE TREASURY-POSTAL APPROPRIATIONS BILL TO PERMIT THE
                                          DEPARTMENT OF LABOR TO ADD AN ADMINISTRATIVE
                                          SURCHARGE TO EACH AGENCY‘S FECA BILLS. THE
                                          DEPARTMENT OF LABOR WILL COMPUTE THIS SURCHARGE AS
                                          A PERCENTAGE OF FECA COMPENSATION COSTS. IN THE
                                          PAST, THIS COST HAS BEEN HANDLED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF
                                          LABOR. THE OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT & BUDGET (OMB) HAS
                                          PROVIDED ADDITIONAL TOP LINE FUNDING TO DOD FOR FECA
                                          COSTS IN THE FY2004 BUDGET AS WELL AS IN THE OUTYEARS.
                                          INCREASES PROVIDED FOR ARMY O&M ACCOUNTS ONLY.

        VMTS   OO    2000   OPEN          PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION BENEFIT PROGRAM
                                          PAYMENTS TO SUBSIDIZE THE COMMUTING COSTS OF ARMY
                                          CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES WHO USE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION.

        VMUS   OO    1991   OPEN          NATIONAL ARMY MUSEUM PROGRAM
                                          RESOURCES THE MANAGEMENT AND OPERATION OF THE
                                          ARMY‘S MUSEUM PROGRAM. FUNDS MANPOWER AND
                                          OPERATING EXPENSES FOR THE OVERSIGHT AGENCY (CMH),
                                          ARMY MUSEUMS, AND MUSEUM ACTIVITIES. PROVIDES FOR:
                                          THE LEGAL AND REGULATORY COLLECTION; OVERSIGHT AND
                                          CARE OF THE ARMY‘S HISTORIC ARTIFACT AND FINE ART
                                          COLLECTION (INCLUDING THOSE OBJECTS NOT ASSIGNED TO A
                                          MUSEUM). FUNDS THE AUTOMATED ARMY MUSEUM
                                          INFORMATION SYSTEM (AMIS) AND PROPERTY BOOK;
                                          LOGISTICAL CONTRACTS TO ASSIST WITH INVENTORY AND
                                          DATA ENTRY; ENVIRONMENTALLY CONTROLLED WAREHOUSES
                                          AND GALLERIES; MUSEUM QUALITY CASES AND EQUIPMENT;
                                          STABLIZATION AND CONSERVATION SUPPLIES AND
                                          CONTRACTS; SECURITY; ART AND ARTIFACT APPRAISALS AND
                                          THE MOVEMENT AND TRANSFER OF $1M+ ARTIFACTS WITHIN
                                          THE ARMY MUSEUM SYSTEM. PROVIDES FOR REGULATORY,
                                          STATUTORY, PROFESSIONAL COMPLIANCE ASSURANCE
                                          PROGRAM; COMMAND PROGRM REVIEWS AND ASSISTANCE
                                          PROGRAM; AND MUSEUM CERTIFICATION INSPECTIONS TO
                                          ENSURE MUSEUMS MEET STATUTORY, REGULATORY, AND
                                          ETHICAL STANDARDS. FUNDS EXHIBIT DEVELOPMENT AND
                                          FABRICATION. PROVIDES FOR TRAINING FOR THE MUSUEM
                                          PROFESSIONAL. PAYS FOR THE ARMY ARTIST PROGRAM.
                                          PROVIDES FUNDS FOR DEVELOPMENT OF OPD AND NCO
                                          TRAINING PROGRAMS. FUNDS THE PROJECT I, DEVELOPMENT
                                          AND EVENTUAL O&M COSTS OF THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF
                                          THE UNITED STATES ARMY (NMUSA).

        VPBE   OO    2010   OPEN          Automation Support for PPB Development
                                          U) Identify resources that are HQDA Army-wide systems developed in
                                          direct support of the President‘s Budget justification requirements,
                                          including the OSD program and budget review process. These systems
                                          include the Planning Programming Budget Operating System (PPB
                                          BOS), Integrated Resource Management Information System (IRMIS),
                                          and Structure And Manpower Allocation System (SAMAS).
        VPRN   OO    1991   OPEN          OPM NACI FINGERPRINTING
                                          ARMY REIMBURSEMENT TO OFFICE OF PERSONNEL
                                          MANAGEMENT (OPM) FOR FINGERPRINTING/NATIONAL AGENCY
                                          CHECKS ON NEWLY HIRED FULL AND PART-TIME ARMY CIVILIAN
                                          AND CONTRACTOR EMPLOYEES. NCLUDES NATIONAL AGENCY
                                          CHECK INVESTIGATIONS (NACI) FOR NON CRITICAL/NON
                                          SECURE SENSITIVE POSITIONS AND ACCESS NATIONAL
                                          AGENCY CHECKS (ANACI) WHERE THE EMPLOYEE WILL HAVE
                                          ACCESS TO CRITICAL SENSITIVE POSITIONS.
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        VPUB   OO    1988   OPEN          PUBLIC AFFAIRS
                                          PROVIDES RESOURCES TO SUPPORT MANDATED WORLDWIDE
                                          ARMY PUBLIC AFFAIRS AND INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS.
                                          INCLUDES ALL FUNCTIONS AND ACTIVITIES WHICH ARE
                                          PERFORMED TO SUPPORT OFFICIAL INFORMATION AND
                                          COMMUNICATIONS ON BEHALF OF THE US ARMY AND RELATED
                                          DEFENSE AGENCIES, AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF PUBLIC
                                          AFFAIRS INFORMATION STRATEGIES AND SERVICES. ALSO
                                          THIS MDEP PROVIDES PUBLIC AFFAIRS BATTLEFIELD,
                                          DOMESTIC AND INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT IN ALL MAJOR
                                          OPERATIONS IN DIRECT SUPPORT OF WARFIGHTING
                                          COMBATANT COMMANDERS.

        VSEU   OO    1992   OPEN          EUROPE STOVEPIPE
                                          MDEP IS FORCE STRUCTURE MDEP ONLY. MDEP CAPTURES
                                          ALL STOVEPIPE FORCE STRUCTURE RESOURCES WHICH
                                          SUPPORT THE EUROPEAN THEATER. RESOURCES MAY BE
                                          DOCUMENTED ON EITHER AN OCUNUS OR A CONUS UNIT.
                                          MDEP CREATED TO GAIN VISIBILITY OF STOVEPIPE
                                          RESOURCES AND PREVENT DOUBLE DIPPING OF COMMANDS
                                          AS FORCE REDUCTIONS OCCUR.

        VSKS   OO    1992   OPEN          KOREA STOVEPIPE
                                          MDEP IS A FORCE STRUCTURE MDEP ONLY. CAPTURES ALL
                                          STOVEPIPE FORCE STRUCTURE RESOURCES WHICH SUPPORT
                                          THE KOREAN THEATER. RESOURCES MAY BE DOCUMENTED
                                          ON EITHER AN OCONUS OR A CONUS UNIT. MDEP CREATED TO
                                          GAIN VISIBILITY OF STOVEPIPE RESOURCES AND PREVENT
                                          DOUBLE DIPPING OF COMMANDS AS FORCE REDUCTIONS
                                          OCCUR.

        VSPC   OO    1992   OPEN          PACIFIC STOVEPIPE
                                          MDEP IS FORCE STRUCTURE MDEP ONLY. MDEP CAPTURES
                                          ALL STOVEPIPE FORCE STRUCTURE RESOURCES WHICH
                                          SUPPORT THE EUROPEAN THEATER. RESOURCES MAY BE
                                          DOCUMENTED ON EITHER AN OCONUS OR CONUS UNIT. MDEP
                                          CREATED TO GAIN VISIBILITY OF STOVEPIPE RESOURCES AND
                                          PREVENT DOUBLE DIPPING OF COMMANDS AS FORCE
                                          REDUCTIONS OCCUR.

        VSSO   OO    1992   OPEN          PANAMA STOVEPIPE
                                          MDEP IS A FORCE STRUCTURE MDEP ONLY. MDEP CAPTURES
                                          ALL STOVEPIPE FORCE STRUCTURE RESOURCES WHICH
                                          SUPPORT THE PANAMA THEATER. RESOURCES MAY BE
                                          DOCUMENTED ON EITHER AN OCONUS OR A CONUS UNIT.
                                          MDEP CREATED TO GAIN VISIBILTY OF STOVEPIPE RESOURCES
                                          AND PREVENT DOUBLE DIPPING OF COMMANDS AS FORCE
                                          REDUCTIONS OCCUR.

        VSSP   OO    1998   OPEN          OVERSEA STOVEPIPES
                                          MDEP IS FORCE STRUCTURE MDEP ONLY. MDEP CAPTURES
                                          ALL STOVEPIPE FORCE STRUCTURE RESOURCES WHICH
                                          SUPPORT: USAREUR, KOREA, PANAMA, AND THE PACIFIC.
                                          MDEP WAS CREATED TO GAIN VISIBILITY OF STOVEPIPE FORCE
                                          STRUCTURE.

        VSTD   OO    1991   OPEN          HQDA STUDIES PROGRAM
                                          PROVIDES FUNDING NECESSARY TO ENHANCE ARMY SENIOR
                                          LEADERSHIP‘S UNDERSTANDING OF COMPLEX ISSUES AND
                                          IMPROVE THE QUALITY AND TIMELINESS OF ARMY POLICY
                                          DEVELOPMENT AND DECISION-MAKING. IT ALSO ALLOWS
                                          ORGANIZATIONS WITH A HIGH LEVEL OF SKILL TO UTILIZE THE
                                          CONCEPTS AND TECHNIQUES OF ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION,
                                          OUTSIDE THE ARMY, TO IDENTIFY AND RECOMMEND
                                          SOLUTIONS TO COMPLEX PROBLEMS.

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        VSUR   OO    2005   OPEN          ARMY BIOLOGICAL SURETY PROGRAM
                                          THE PURPOSE OF THE ARMY BIOLOGICAL SURETY PROGRAM IS
                                          TO ENSURE THAT OPERATIONS WITH THE BIOLOGICAL SELECT
                                          AGENTS AND TOXINS (BSAT) ARE CONDUCTED IN A SAFE,
                                          SECURE, AND RELIABLE MANNER. THE CHARACTERISTICS OF
                                          BSAT WARRANT MEASURES TO ENSURE THEY ARE PROPERLY
                                          SAFEGUARDED AGAINST THEFT, LOSS, UNAUTHORIZED
                                          ACCESS OR USE. THE ARMY BIOLOGICAL SURETY PROGRAM
                                          APPLIES TO ALL U.S. ARMY RDTE LABORATORIES AND
                                          FACILITIES, CLINICAL DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORIES, AS WELL AS
                                          CONTRACTORS AND CONSULTANTS THAT WORK WITH OR
                                          STORE BSAT PROVIDED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
                                          (DOD).

        VTFS   OO    1998   OPEN          FORCE STRUCTURE HOLDING ACCOUNT
                                          MDEP WILL BE USED FOR EITHER POSITIVE OR NEGATIVE
                                          FORCE STRUCTURE WEDGES (NO DOLLARS). FDF WILL DIRECT
                                          THE PEG ON DISTRIBUTION OF FORCE STRUCTURE DURING
                                          THE POM BUILD.

        VTTS   OO    1991   OPEN          TTHS
                                          NO NARRATIVE PROVIDED.

        VUPC   OO    1991   OPEN          CIVILIAN UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION
                                          MANDATORY LEGAL REQUIREMENT TO REIMBURSE
                                          DEPARTMENT OF LABOR FOR UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS PAID
                                          TO FORMER CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES OF ACTIVE, RESERVE AND
                                          GUARD COMPONENTS THAT QUALIFY FOR UNEMPLOYMENT
                                          COMPENSATION. DEFENSE CIVILIAN PERSONNEL
                                          MANAGEMENT SERVICE VALIDATES THE CLAIMS TO ENSURE
                                          ACCURACY BETWEEN SERVICE COMPONENTS AND WITHIN
                                          SERVICE COMPONENTS.

        VX01   OO    1995   OPEN          VOLUNTARY SEPARATION INCENTIVE PAY (VSIP)
                                          THIS IS THE ARMY‘S ESTIMATE FOR THE VOLUNTARY
                                          SEPARATION INCENTIVE PAY (VSIP).

        VX03   OO    1995   2004          15% REMITTANCE TO CIVIL SERVICE RETIREMENT AND
                                          DISABILITY FUND (CSRDF)
                                          VSIP/VERA TAX. THIS IS FOR THE ARMY‘S ESTIMATE OF THE
                                          TAX DUE TO OPM FOR EMPLOYEES THAT ACCEPT BOTH A VSIP
                                          BOUNS AND WHO RETIRE USING VERA.

X***           OO                         TABLE OF DISTRIBUTION AND ALLOWANCES (TDA) ACTIVITIES:
                                          ACTIVE ARMY

        XLD2   OO    2000   2004          ARMY NATIONAL GUARD PHASE 1: DIVISION XXI CONVERSION
                                          THIS MDEP WILL FUND ARNG MILCON ASSOCIATED WITH
                                          CONVERSION OF THEIR HEAVY COMBAT FORCES TO THE
                                          PHASE 1: DIVISION XXI DESIGN WITH THE INTENT TO INCREASE
                                          READINESS, MODERNIZATION, CAPABILITY, AND
                                          COMBATABILITY OF ARNG COMBAT UNITS. (SDT COSTS
                                          ASSOCIATED WITH PHASE 1: DXXI MAY BE ADDED TO THIS
                                          MDEP.)

        XMCA   OO    1991   OPEN          MILITARY CONSTRUCTION ARMY (MCA) SUPPORT OF
                                          EQUIPMENT MODERNIZATION
                                          MINIMUM ESSENTIAL FACILITIES REQUIRED TO FIELD FORCE
                                          MODERNIZATION EQUIPMENT. SUPPORTS: SGT YORK,
                                          PATRIOT, AH64, UH60, RPV, AHIP, BRADLEY FIGHTING VEHICLE,
                                          MLRS, CUCV AND OTHERS. THE PROJECTS IN THIS MDEP HAVE
                                          BEEN IDENTIFIED AS GENERIC TO MORE THAN ONE SYSTEM
                                          RATHER THAN SPECIFIC TO ONLY ONE; HOWEVER THE
                                          PROJECTS ARE REQUIRED TO FIELD AND SUPPORT THE
                                          SYSTEMS.

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        XMGF   OO    2000   OPEN          ARMY MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS ACTIVITIES (AMHA) IN
                                          FIELD OPERATING ACTIVITIES
                                          DUE TO AMHA REVIEW, MDEP TO REFLECT MANPOWER AND
                                          DOLLARS WITHIN FOAS AND SSAS SHOULD BE RE-DESIGNATED
                                          AS MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS ACTIVITIES (MHA).

        XMGH   OO    1991   OPEN          MAJOR MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS ACTIVITIES.
                                          PROVIDES MILITARY AND CIVILIAN MANPOWER AND DOLLARS
                                          FOR CIVILIAN PAY AND OTHER SUPPORT COSTS (TRAVEL,
                                          CONTRACTS, SUPPLIES AND SERVICES) FOR CIVILIAN AND
                                          MILITARY FOR ARMY MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS
                                          ACTIVITIES, TO INCLUDE: OSA, OCSA, MACOM HQS, ASCCS,
                                          UNIFIED COMMAND HQS, AND THEIR DIRECT SUPPORT
                                          ORGANIZATIONS PERFORMING AMHA FUNCTIONS. ACTIVITIES
                                          DEVELOP POLICY AND GUIDANCE, PERFORM LONG-RANGE
                                          PLANNING, PROGRAMING AND BUDGETING, MANAGEMENT AND
                                          DISTRIBUTION OF RESOURCES, AND CONDUCT PROGRAM
                                          PERFORMANCE REVIEW AND EVALUATION. AMHA CROSSES
                                          ALL APPROPRIATIONS AND IS A CONGRESSIONALLY
                                          CONTROLLED FUNCTION WITH A CONGRESSIONALLY
                                          CONTROLLED CEILING.

        XMGI   OO    1991   OPEN          MAJOR MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS ACTIVITIES-IM
                                          PROVIDES MILITARY AND CIVILIAN MANPOWER AND DOLLARS
                                          FOR CIVILIAN PAY AND OTHER SUPPORT COSTS (TRAVEL,
                                          CONTRACTS, SUPPLIES AND SERVICES) FOR CIVILIAN AND
                                          MILITARY FOR INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SUPPORT TO ARMY
                                          MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS ACTIVITIES, TO INCLUDE: OSA,
                                          OCSA, MACOM HQS, ASCCS, UNIFIED COMMAND HQS, AND
                                          THEIR DIRECT SUPPORT ORGANIZATIONS PERFORMING AMHA
                                          FUNCTIONS. ACTIVITIES DEVELOP POLICY AND GUIDANCE,
                                          PERFORM LONG-RANGE PLANNING, PROGRAMING AND
                                          BUDGETING, MANAGEMENT AND DISTRIBUTION OF
                                          RESOURCES, AND CONDUCT PROGRAM PERFORMANCE
                                          REVIEW AND EVALUATION. AMHA CROSSES ALL
                                          APPROPRIATIONS AND IS A CONGRESSIONALLY CONTROLLED
                                          FUNCTION WITH A CONGRESSIONALLY CONTROLLED CEILING.

        XMGN   OO    2000   OPEN          ARMY SUPPORT TO INTERNATIONAL MILITARY HEADQUARTERS
                                          PROVIDES MILITARY AND CIVILIAN MANPOWER AND DOLLARS
                                          FOR CIVILIAN PAY AND OTHER SUPPORT COSTS (TRAVEL,
                                          CONTRACTS, SUPPLIES AND SERVICES) FOR CIVILIAN AND
                                          MILITARY FOR INTERNATIONAL MILITARY HEADQUARTERS.

        XMGS   OO    2001   OPEN          PENTAGON INFORMATION TECNNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE

                                          US ARMY INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AGENCY (ITA) – AS
                                          ARMY EXECUTIVE AGENT, FUNDS OPERATIONS AND
                                          MAINTENANCE OF PENTAGON COMMON INFORMATION
                                          TECHNOLOGY (CIT) SERVICES AS DIRECTED IN DODD 8220.1,
                                          SUBJECT: SAM FOR ITS. INCLUDES O&M OF COMMAND &
                                          CONTROL (C2) VOICE SWITCHES, BACKBONE NETWORK
                                          INFRASTRUCTURE, THE NETWORK MANAGEMENT CENTER, THE
                                          COMMAND & CONTROL (C2) CONSOLIDATED TECHNICAL
                                          CONTROL FACILITY, IT SECURITY, AND ENGINEERING
                                          TECHNICAL SERVICES. ALSO INCLUDES O&M OF OTHER IT (OIT)
                                          SERVICES, INCLUDING MESSAGING AND BUSINESS DATA
                                          CENTER. MESSAGING INCLUDES DEFENSE MESSAGE SYSTEM
                                          (DMS) AND THE PARALLEL OPERATION OF AUTODIN, AND DOD
                                          EMAIL (POSTMASTER) OPERATIONS. DATA CENTER INCLUDES
                                          ADP PLATFORM AND SOFTWARE APPLICATION SUPPORT FOR
                                          HQDA, SAF AND OSD. SUPPORTS LOGISTICS, MANPOWER
                                          MANAGEMENT, FORCE PLANNING, TRAINING, BUDGET
                                          FORMULATION, AND MEDICAL OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
                                          MISSIONS AND OTHER DOD DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS.
                                          SPECIFICALLY EXCLUDES HQDA DESKTOP AUTOMATION.

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        XXSW   OO    1991   OPEN          SUPPORT TO NON-DOD AGENCIES
                                          REIMBURSES SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF
                                          STATE AND THE US TREASURY TO ARMY WHICH INCLUDE
                                          INTERNATIONAL COOPERATIVE ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT
                                          SERVICE (ICASS)/ FORMERLY UNDER FOREIGN AFFAIRS
                                          ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT (FAAS), LOSS OF FUNDS (LOF), AND
                                          EAGLE CASH/STORED VALUE CARD/MILITARY PAPER CHECK
                                          CONVERSION.

Z***                                      STRUCTURE REALIGNMENT COSTS AND SAVINGS (SHORT
                                          TERM PROJECT)

        ZAMH   OO    2002   2007          TDA RESTRUCTURE (THIS MDEP IS VALID FOR PROGRAMMING
                                          AND BUDGETING PURPOSES AND IS NOT TO BE USED FOR
                                          ACCOUNTING.)
                                          WEDGE FOR SAVINGS DERIVED FROM TDA RESTRUCTURING
                                          AS A RESULT OF STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT STUDIES AND
                                          OTHER INITIATIVES


        ZC12   OO    1995   OPEN          TRANSITION COSTS (THIS MDEP MAY BE USED FOR
                                          ACCOUNTING.)
                                          TRANSITION COSTS. VOLUNTARY SEPARATION INCENTIVE PAY
                                          (VSIP).




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                                         SS SUSTAINING


A***           SS                          LOGISTICS/TRANSPORTATION

A2**           SS                          SECOND DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION

        A2AA   SS    1990   OPEN           SECOND DESTINATION TRANSPROTATION ARMY/AIR FORCE
                                           EXCHANGE SERVICE
                                           PROVIDES FOR OVER-OCEAN TRANSPORTATION OF
                                           MERCHANDISE TO OVERSEAS EXCHANGES AS AUTHORIZED BY
                                           AR 215-1. PAYS TO MOVE CARGO BY SEA, LAND, AND AIR.
                                           INCLUDES STUFFING OF CONTAINERS, PORT HANDLING
                                           CHARGES AND MOVEMENT TO FIRST INLAND DESTINATION
                                           OVERSEAS. EXCLUDES TRANSPORTATION OF PERSONAL
                                           PROPERTY FOR NAF EMPLOYEES AND NAF FUNDED
                                           TRANSPORTATION OF CARGO.


        A2AP   SS    1990   OPEN           SECOND DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION FOR APO MAIL
                                           PROVIDES OVER-OCEAN AND INLAND TRANSPORTATION FOR
                                           APO MAIL TO AND FROM OVERSEAS LOCATIONS. INCLUDES
                                           MOVEMENT OF MAIL BY AIR, LAND, AND SEA, WHICH IS
                                           PROVIDED BY BOTH USTRANSCOM AND COMMERCIAL
                                           CARRIERS. SUPPORTS US FORCES AT OVERSEAS LOCATIONS.

        A2DR   SS    1990   OPEN           SECOND DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION FOR DIRECTED
                                           MATERIEL MOVEMENT AND REDISTRIBUTION
                                           PROVIDES FOR THE MOVEMENT OF EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES,
                                           AND GENERAL CARGO BY AIR, LAND, AND SEA, BOTH OVER-
                                           OCEAN AND INLAND. IT ALSO COVERS PORT HANDLING
                                           CHARGES AND THE OVER-OCEAN TRANSPORTATION CHARGES
                                           FOR DLA. MANAGED CLASS IX ITEMS. SUPPORTS
                                           REQUIREMENTS FOR THE MOVEMENT OF PRESIDENTIAL
                                           DIRECTED SHIPMENTS, MWR EQUIPMENT, OCONUS CIVILIAN
                                           PERSONAL PROPERTY PCS MOVES, AND DODDS SUPPLIES.
                                           OTHER COSTS INCLUDE THE ARMY‘S PROPORTIONATE SHARE
                                           OF THE DEFENSE TRANSPORTATION TRACKING SYSTEM (DTTS)
                                           AND THE FINANCIAL AND AIR CLEARANCE TRANSPORTATION
                                           SYSTEM (FACTS).

        A2FM   SS    2003   OPEN           SECOND DESTINATION TRANSPOPRTATION FORCE
                                           MODERNIZATION/RECAP
                                           PROVIDES FUNDING FOR TRANSPORTATION COSTS; INCLUDING
                                           OVER OCEAN, PORT HANDLING AND INLAND CHARGES
                                           ASSOCIATED WITH THE MOVEMENT OF BOTH NEW EQUIPMENT
                                           AND EQUIPMENT THAT IS BEING RECAPITALIZED (BOTH
                                           REBUILT AND UPGRADED). FOR NEW EQUIPMENT FIELDING, IT
                                           COVERS THE OVER-OCEAN TRANSPORTATION COST, AS WELL
                                           AS ANY OCONUS INLAND TRANSPORTATION CHARGES. FOR
                                           EQUIPMENT BEING REBUILT OR UPGRADED IT COVERS THE
                                           TRANSPORTATION COSTS TO AND FROM MILITARY DEPOTS
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                                          AND CONTRACTOR FACILITIES. SYSTEMS INCLUDED RANGE
                                          FROM THE ABRAMS, BRADLEY AND AIRCRAFT REBUILD/
                                          UPGRADE PROGRAMS TO THE MULTIPLE LAUNCHED ROCKET
                                          SYSTEM (MLRS) AND HIGH MOBILITY MULTI-PURPOSE
                                          WHEELED VEHICLE (HMMWV) UPGRADES. ALSO INCLUDES CS
                                          AND CSS SYSTEMS PROCURED AND FIELDED WITHIN THE
                                          EQUIPPING PEG.

        A2WN   SS    1994   OPEN          SCOND DESTINATION TRANSPORTATIN FOR WAR RESERVES
                                          (NON-AMMUNITION)
                                          PROVIDES FOR OVER-OCEAN TRANSPORTATION OF ARMY
                                          PREPOSITIONED STOCKS EXCLUDING AMMUNITION. INCLUDES
                                          OVER-OCEAN COSTS, PORT HANDLING CHARGES, AND
                                          MOVEMENT TO FIRST INLAND DESTINATION OVERSEAS.

        A2WR   SS    1993   OPEN          SECOND DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION FOR WAR RESERVES
                                          (AMMUNITION)
                                          PROVIDES FOR OVER-OCEAN TRANSPORTATION OF WAR
                                          RESERVES AMMUNITION STOCKS, INCLUDING MISSILES, AND
                                          WAR RESERVES AMMUNITION FOR ALLIES. INCLUDES OVER-
                                          OCEAN COST, PORT HANDLING CHARGES, AND MOVEMENT TO
                                          FIRST INLAND DESTINATION OVERSEAS.

        AACS   SS    1991   OPEN          AMMUNITION FOR SINGLE MANAGER CONVENTIONAL
                                          AMMUNITION (SMCA)
                                          PROVIDES RESOURCES FOR ACQUISITION PLANNING AND
                                          LOGISTIC SUPPORT BASE FOR CONVENTIONAL AMMO
                                          ASSIGNED TO THE SINGLE MANAGER CONVENTIONAL
                                          AMMUNITION (SMCA), AS DESCRIBED IN DODD 5160.65, PARA
                                          E.6.–THIS INCLUDES SUPPLY DEPOT OPERATIONS, SUPPLY
                                          MANAGEMENT OPERATIONS, CENTRAL PROCUREMENT
                                          ACTIVITIES, LOGISTIC ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT. INCLUDES
                                          STOCKPILE RELIABILITY PROGRAMS, OPERATION OF THE
                                          NATIONAL INVENTORY CONTROL POINT (NICP) AND NATIONAL
                                          MAINTENANCE POINT (NMP) FOR CONVENTIONAL AMMO.
                                          INCLUDES EXPLOSIVE EFFECTS RESEARCH AND TESTING IN
                                          SUPPORT OF EXPLOSIVES SAFETY STANDARDS. EXCLUDES
                                          COSTS FOR ACTIVITIES AND MUNITIONS DEFINED AS NON-
                                          SMCA IN DODD 5160.65., PARA E.7.

        AANS   SS    1991   OPEN          CONVENTIONAL AMMUNTION (NON-SMCA)
                                          ARMY CONVENTIONAL AMMO ACTIVITIES NOT FUNDED AS
                                          SINGLE MGR CONVENTIONAL AMMO (SMCA). RESOURCES ARMY
                                          CONVENTIONAL AMMUNITION ACTIVITIES DEFINED IN DODD
                                          5160.65 PARA 3.7, WHICH ARE NOT FUNDED UNDER THE SINGLE
                                          MGR CONVENTIONAL AMMO (SMCA). INCLUDES SDT, MAJOR
                                          MAINT, MAINT ENGINEERING SPT, DEVELOPMENT OF
                                          CONFIGURATION CONTROL DATA, TECH DATA & QUALITY
                                          CONTROL STANDARDS FOR CONV AMMO. INCLUDES
                                          PREPARATION OF PUBS (TECH MANUALS, DEPOT MAINT WORK
                                          REQUIREMENTS & TECH DATA PACKAGES). INCLUDES LOG SPT
                                          FOR NON-SMCA ITEMS. PROVIDES SURVIVABLE, FLEXIBLE,
                                          RESPONSIVE & MOBILE MUNITIONS LOG SUPPLY SYSTEMS FOR
                                          POWER PROJECTION FORCE.

AD**           SS                         ARMY WORKING CAPITAL FUND – LOGISTICS ACTIVITIES

        ADAA   SS    1992   OPEN          ARMY WORKING CAPITAL FUND (AWCF)
                                          ARSENALS/AMMUNITION PLANTS
                                          FOR MPR PROGRAM AND BUDGET REPORTING. DOLLARS IN YR
                                          OF EXECUTION ONLY. AWCF ARSENALS AND AMMUNITION
                                          PLANTS.

        ADMD   SS    1992   OPEN          AWCF MAINTENANCE DEPOTS
                                          FOR MPR PROGRAM AND BUDGET REPORTING. DOLLARS IN YR
                                          OF EXECUTION ONLY. AWCF MAINTENANCE DEPOTS. OLD
                                          MDEP: AAMD
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        ADSM   SS    1992   OPEN          AWCF SUPPLY OPERATIONS INTEGRATED MATERIEL MANAGER
                                          (IMM)
                                          FOR MPR PROGRAM AND BUDGET REPORTING. DOLLARS IN YR
                                          OF EXECUTION ONLY. AWCF SUPPLY OPERATIONS (IMM). OLD
                                          MDEPS ASC2 AND PART OF ASFR.

        ADTR   SS    1992   OPEN          AWCF TRANSPORTATION/TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT
                                          FOR MPR PROGRAM AND BUDGET REPORTING. DOLLARS IN YR
                                          OF EXECUTION ONLY. AWCF TRANSPORTATION AND TRAFFIC
                                          MGMT. OLD MDEP: AAMO.

        AF2S   SS    1990   OPEN          FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION/SECOND DESTINATION
                                          TRANSPORTATION FOR SUBSISTENCE ITEMS
                                          PROVIDES FIRST AND SECOND DESTINATION
                                          TRANSPORTATION OF SUBSISTENCE ITEMS FOR DINING
                                          FACILITIES AND FIELD FEEDING OPERATIONS. INCLUDES
                                          TRANSPORTATION BY LAND, SEA, AIR, PORT HANDLING AND
                                          FDT MOVEMENT OF OVERSEAS PROCURED ITEMS TO OCONUS
                                          LOCATIONS.

        AIEI   SS    1992   OPEN          NATIONAL INVENTORY CONTROL POINT (NICP) OPERATIONS
                                          NATIONAL INVENTORY CONTROL POINT (NICP) OPERATIONS
                                          AND LOGISTICS SUPPORT AGENCY (LOGSA) OPERATIONS:
                                          SUPPORTS MAJOR END ITEM (WEAPON SYSTEM) INVENTORY
                                          MANAGEMENT AT NICPS AND MAINTAINS THE ARMY CENTRAL
                                          LOGISTICS DATA BANK (ACLDB) AT LOGSA. ITEM MANAGERS
                                          DETERMINE AND VALIDATE MAJOR END ITEM REQUIREMENTS,
                                          DIRECT DISTRIBUTION AND REDISTRIBUTION OF END ITEM
                                          ASSETS, PROCESS REQUISITIONS, AND DETERMINE AND
                                          EXECUTE MATERIEL DISPOSITION. LOGSA MAINTAINS THE
                                          MASTER ITEM DATA REFERENCE TO COLLECT, VALIDATE,
                                          STORE AND DISSEMINATE LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT DATA
                                          WORLDWIDE. LOGSA ALSO ASSIGNS, MODIFIES AND DELETES
                                          LINE ITEM NUMBERS (LIN), DETERMINES TYPE CLASSIFICATION,
                                          AND REIMBURSES DLA FOR CATALOGING FUNCTIONS. THIS
                                          MDEP INCLUDES MANPOWER AUTHORIZATIONS, PECULIAR AND
                                          SUPPORT EQUIPMENT, AND ASSOCIATED COSTS OF END ITEM
                                          INVENTORY CONTROL POINT OPERATIONS. EXCLUDES
                                          CONVENTIONAL AMMUNITION AND SECONDARY ITEM
                                          INVENTORY CONTROL POINT OPERATIONS.

        ALTF   SS    2002   OPEN          LEAD THE FLEET
                                          PURPOSE: THE PURPOSE OF THE PROGRAM IS TO IMPROVE
                                          THE READINESS AND SUSTAINMENT OF ARMY AIRCRAFT
                                          FLEETS. GOALS: THE GOALS OF THIS PROGRAM ARE TO
                                          REDUCE GROUNDINGS, REDUCE ACCIDENTS, REDUCE
                                          OPERATIONS AND SUSTAINMENT (O & S) COSTS, REDUCE THE
                                          MAINTENANCE BURDEN, AND IMPROVE READINESS. EXPECTED
                                          POSITIVE SIDE EFFECTS OF THE PROGRAM ARE IMPROVED
                                          SUPPLY AVAILABILITY RATES, REDUCED CONTROLLED
                                          EXCHANGE RATES, AND PROVIDING FEEDBACK ON THE
                                          SUCCESS OF THE ARMY‘S RECAPITALIZATION PROGRAMS.
                                          ADDITIONALLY, REDUCING THE MAINTENANCE BURDEN
                                          SHOULD IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR OUR SOLDIERS.
                                          PROGRAM: THE PROGRAM HAS TWO FACETS, ONE THAT
                                          FOCUSES ON FINDING PROBLEMS BEFORE THEY AFFECT THE
                                          ENTIRE FLEET, AND THE SECOND FOCUSES ON FIXING
                                          EXISTING PROBLEMS. · THE FIRST FACET OF THE PROGRAM IS
                                          PROACTIVE IN NATURE AND INVOLVES FLYING PARTICIPATING
                                          AIRCRAFT AT TWICE THE ARMY FLEET OPTEMPO RATE, IN
                                          REPRESENTATIVE OPERATIONAL MISSION PROFILES. THIS
                                          WILL ALLOW AIRCRAFT READINESS AND SUSTAINMENT
                                          PROBLEMS TO BE IDENTIFIED AHEAD OF THE RESPECTIVE
                                          FLEET. SOLUTIONS TO THESE PROBLEMS WOULD THEN BE
                                          DEVELOPED FOR IMPLEMENTATION PRIOR TO THE FLEET
                                          EXPERIENCING THE SAME PROBLEMS. THIS SHOULD IN TURN
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                                          RESULT IN REDUCED FLEET GROUNDINGS AND ACCIDENTS.
                                          ULTIMATELY IT WOULD IMPROVE READINESS AND POSSIBLY
                                          IMPROVE SUPPLY AVAILABILITY AND REDUCE CONTROLLED
                                          EXCHANGE AMONG THE RESPECTIVE FLEETS. THE SECOND
                                          FACET OF THE PROGRAM FOCUSES ON IMPROVING EXISTING
                                          FLEET POSITIONS RELATIVE TO O & S COSTS AND
                                          MAINTENANCE BURDEN. SOLUTIONS FOR IMPROVING THE TOP
                                          COST AND READINESS DRIVING COMPONENTS OF EACH FLEET
                                          WILL BE EVALUATED, TESTED AND READIED FOR
                                          IMPLEMENTATION. ADDITIONALLY, SOLUTIONS TO REDUCE THE
                                          TOP MAINTENANCE BURDEN DRIVERS OF EACH FLEET
                                          (EXTENDING THE SERVICE LIFE OF COMPONENTS, INCREASING
                                          INSPECTION/MAINTENANCE INTERVALS, ELIMINATING
                                          UNNECESSARY INSPECTIONS/MAINTENANCE) WILL BE
                                          EVALUATED, TESTED AND READIED FOR IMPLEMENTATION.
                                          CRITICAL TO THIS ASPECT OF THE PROGRAM IS PROGRAM
                                          MANAGER (PM) INPUT FOR THE RESPECTIVE FLEET.
                                          PARTICIPATING FLEETS: THE FLEETS THAT WILL PARTICIPATE
                                          IN THE PROGRAM BEGINNING IN FY02 INCLUDE: AH64A, AH64D,
                                          OH58D, UH60A, UH60L AND CH47D. IN FY03 THE CH47F WILL BE
                                          ADDED. IN FY04 THE UH60M WILL BE ADDED.
                                          RESPONSIBILITIES: THE ARSTAF PROPONENT FOR THE
                                          PROGRAM IS DCS, G-4. SPECIFICALLY, DALO-SMV WILL BE
                                          RESPONSIBLE FOR OVERALL PROGRAM MANAGEMENT AS
                                          WELL AS CREATING AND IMPLEMENTING HQDA POLICY FOR
                                          THE LTF PROGRAM. DALO-DPL WILL BE THE PROGRAMMING
                                          POC FOR THE LTF PROGRAM. LTF IS EXEMPT FROM ALL TAXES
                                          AND REPROGRAMMING. PROGRAM MANAGEMENT AND
                                          EXECUTION IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE ARMY MATERIAL
                                          COMMAND (AMC) AND ITS SUBORDINATE COMMAND THE
                                          AVIATION AND MISSILE COMMAND (AMCOM). THIS PROGRAM
                                          WILL EFFICIENTLY LEVERAGE THE RESOURCES (FACILITIES,
                                          TEST EQUIPMENT, MANPOWER, AIRCRAFT AND MAINTENANCE
                                          SUPPORT) OF THE AVIATION TECHNICAL TEST CENTER (ATTC)
                                          AT FORT RUCKER, AL. AMC WILL DEVELOP AGREEMENTS,
                                          POLICIES AND CONTROLS NECESSARY TO ENSURE THE GOALS
                                          OF PROGRAM AS STATED ABOVE ARE ACCOMPLISHED
                                          THROUGH AMCOM, ATTC AND PEO AVIATION. THE ATTC WILL
                                          COLLECT AND PROVIDE DATA BASED UPON THE TAILORED
                                          REQUIREMENTS SPECIFIED BY AMC. AMC WILL COMPLETE
                                          DATA ANALYSIS AND THEN EITHER IMPLEMENT ACTION OR
                                          RECOMMEND ACTION BY HQDA WITHIN APPROPRIATE
                                          DECISION AUTHORITY. REPORTS: AMC WILL SEND A WRITTEN
                                          QUARTERLY REPORT TO HQDA SUMMARIZING THE SPECIFIC
                                          RESULTS OF THE PROGRAM FOR THAT QUARTER. THIS
                                          QUARTERLY REPORT WILL BE ORGANIZED BY FLEET AND BY
                                          PROGRAM GOALS (AS OUTLINED ABOVE). IT WILL
                                          QUANTIFIABLY DOCUMENT THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE
                                          PROGRAM FOR THAT QUARTER. AMC WILL SEND A WRITTEN
                                          ANNUAL REPORT TO HQDA SUMMARIZING THE LAST FOUR
                                          QUARTERS AND PROGRAM BENEFITS TO ARMY AVIATION.

AM**           SS                         MAINTENANCE ACTIVITIES

        AMAE   SS    1991   OPEN          DEPOT MAINTENANCE OF AIRCRAFT END ITEMS
                                          AMAE DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTRACT OR ORGANIC) OF
                                          AVIATION END ITEMS. SUPPORTED SYSTEMS INCLUDE, BUT
                                          NOT ARE LIMITED TO, AH-1, AIRBORNE STINGER, AH-64, CH-47D,
                                          AVIONICS TEST EQUIPMENT AND AVIONICS RADAR SETS.
                                          FUNDS ACTIVE COMPONENT, ARNG, AND USAR. CRASH
                                          DAMAGE IS NOT CURRENTLY FUNDED. IT IS ONLY FUNDED IN
                                          THE YEAR OF EXECUTION. THIS, HOWEVER, EXACERBATES
                                          THE SHORTAGE OF EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE TO FIELD UNITS.

        AMCE   SS    2001   OPEN          DEPOT MAINTENANCE COMMUNICATINS-ELECTRONIC END
                                          ITEMS
                                          AMCE DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTRACT OR ORGANIC) OF
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                                          COMMUNICATION-ELECTRONICS END ITEMS. SUPPORTED END
                                          ITEMS INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO, FIRE-FINDER,
                                          TACTICAL SATELLITE COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT,
                                          STRATEGIC SATELLITE COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT,
                                          MANEUVER CONTROL SYSTEMS, MOBILE SUBSCRIBER
                                          EQUIPMENT, INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE
                                          EQUIPMENT, AND TACTICAL COMMUNICATION SWITCHES.
                                          FUNDS ACTIVE COMPONENT, ARNG, AND USAR.

        AMLC   SS    1991   OPEN          DEPOT MAINTENANCE OF LIFE CYCLE SOFTWARE SUPPORT
                                          AMLC DEPOT MAINTENANCE FOR WEAPON SYSTEM SPECIFIC
                                          POST PROD SOFTWARE SUPPORT (PPSS). SUPPORTS THE
                                          TOTAL FORCE. PPSS IS A SUBSET OF LIFE CYCLE SOFTWARE
                                          SUPPORT (LCSS) AND BEGINS WITH THE COMPLETION OF
                                          WEAPON SYSTEM HARDWARE PRODUCTION. PPSS EXECUTION
                                          BEGINS THE FIRST FISCAL YEAR AFTER THE HARDWARE
                                          PRODUCTION OF THE WEAPON SYSTEM IS COMPLETED.

        AMME   SS    1991   OPEN          DEPOT MAINTENANCE OF MISSILE END ITEMS
                                          AMME DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTRACT OR ORGANIC) OF
                                          MISSILE END ITEMS. SUPPORTED SYSTEMS INCLUDE, BUT ARE
                                          NOT LIMITED TO, PATRIOT, ATACMS, HELLFIRE, AND AVENGER.
                                          FUNDS ACTIVE COMPONENT, AND ARNG.

        AMTE   SS    1990   OPEN          DEPOT MAINTENANCE OF OTHER END ITEMS
                                          AMTE DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTRACT OR ORGANIC) OF
                                          OTHER END ITEMS. END ITEMS INCLUDED ARE:
                                          CONSTRUCTION EQUIP, SHIPS, RAIL EQUIPMENT, & GENERAL
                                          EQUIP END ITEMS. SUPPORTED SYSTEMS INCLUDE, BUT ARE
                                          NOT LIMITED TO, BULLDOZERS AN/TSC-85/93, N/USC-28, TACCS,
                                          SMALL ARMS, TOWED HOWITZER, TROOP SUPPORT
                                          EQUIPMENT. FUNDS ACTIVE COMPONENT, ARNG AND USAR.

        AMTV   SS    2000   OPEN          ARMY TACTICAL WHEELED VEHICLE OTHER MAINTENANCE
                                          AMTV FUNDS THE SUSTAINMENT MAINTENANCE OF TACTICAL
                                          WHEELED VEHICLES (TWV), OTHER THAN NORMAL RECURRING
                                          OPTEMPO. SUSTAINMENT MAINTENANCE IS PERFORMED ON
                                          TWVS AS A RESULT OF THE CASCADE OF TWVS TO THE
                                          RESERVE COMPONENTS IN LESS THAN 10/20 STANDARDS.
                                          COSTS OF TWV SUSTAINMENT MAINTENANCE INCLUDE LABOR,
                                          REPAIR PARTS AND SUPPLIES.

        AMW    SS    1991   OPEN          DEPOT MAINTENANCE OF COMBAT VEHICLE END ITEMS
        E
                                          AMWE DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTRACT OR ORGANIC) OF
                                          COMBAT VEHICLE END ITEMS. SUPPORTED SYSTEMS INCLUDE,
                                          BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO, SP ARTILLERY, M113 FOV, BFVS AND
                                          TANKS. FUNDS ACTIVE COMPONENT, ARNG AND USAR.

AS**           SS                         SUPPLY ACTIVITIES

        ASAS   SS    1990   OPEN          INTEGRATED LOGISTICS SUPPORT (ILS) PROGRAM
                                          MANAGEMENT
                                          PROGRAM MANAGEMENT FUNDS U. S. ARMY MATERIEL
                                          COMMAND (USAMC) WEAPON SYSTEM MANAGEMENT OFFICES
                                          RESPONSIBLE FOR INTEGRATED LOGISTICS SUPPORT.
                                          INCLUDES USAMC WEAPON SYSTEM MANAGERS AND THEIR
                                          STAFFS WHICH DIRECT AND MANAGE ALL ASPECTS OF ILS FOR
                                          USAMC MANAGED WEAPON SYSTEMS. FUNDS ILS
                                          ASSESSMENT FUNCTION PERFORMED BY THE ARMY
                                          EVALUATION CENTER (AEC) FOR ODCS, G-4. FUNDS MATERIEL
                                          SYSTEMS RELIABILITY, AVAILABILITY AND MAINTAINABILITY
                                          ANALYSES TO INCLUDE SYSTEM END ITEM AND COMPONENTS
                                          COST MODELING; BEST VALUE ACQUISITION AND WARRANTY
                                          COST-BENEFIT ANALYSES; AND DECISION RISK ANALYSES.
                                          RESOURCES MATRIX SUPPORT NEGOTIATION TO INCLUDE
                                          WEAPON SYSTEM TRANSITION MANAGEMENT. PROVIDES
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                                          REIMBURSABLE ILS TO PROGRAM EXECUTIVE OFFICE (PEO)
                                          MANAGED WEAPON SYSTEM/PROGRAM/PROJECT/PRODUCT
                                          MANAGERS.

        ASCE   SS    1991   OPEN          END ITEM PROCUREMENT OPERATIONS
                                          USAMC END ITEM PROCUREMENT OPERATIONS: PROVIDES
                                          LIFE CYCLE ACQUISITION PLANNING, AND SOLICITATION,
                                          NEGOTIATION, AWARD, EXECUTION, AND MANAGEMENT FOR
                                          WEAPON SYSTEMS CONTRACTS. SUPPORTS PEO, PEO-PM,
                                          AND AMC-PROGRAM/PRODUCT/PROJECT MANAGER R&D
                                          PROGRAMS AND STUDY EFFORTS. SUPPORTS RDEC
                                          CONTRACTS, WEAPON SYSTEM TESTING, AND PROCUREMENT
                                          AND SUSTAINMENT CONTRACTS. CONTRACT SERVICES
                                          PERFORMED INCLUDE RECEIVE AND EVALUATE PROPOSALS,
                                          NEGOTIATE SETTLEMENTS, SIGN, ISSUE, MODIFY, MANAGE,
                                          ADMINISTER AND CLOSEOUT CONTRACTS, AND MONITOR AND
                                          REPORT ON CONTRACT PERFORMANCE. LEGAL SERVICES
                                          PERFORMED INCLUDE REVIEWING PROPOSALS,
                                          SOLICITATIONS, CONTRACTS AND MODIFICATIONS; ADVISE AND
                                          PARTICIPATE IN SOURCE SELECTIONS; REVIEW DIRECTIVES,
                                          REGULATIONS AND LEGISLATIVE ACQUISITION PROPOSALS;
                                          AND PROVIDE ADVICE ON CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION,
                                          DEFECTIVE PRICING, TERMINATIONS, AND PROCUREMENT
                                          FRAUD. COMMAND ANALYSIS SERVICES PERFORMED INCLUDE
                                          COORDINATING AND PROVIDING ASSISTANCE CONCERNING
                                          DESIGN-TO-COST, TECHNICAL MONITORING OF SYSTEMS, AND
                                          COST AND SCHEDULE SYSTEMS CRITERIA.

        ASDE   SS    1992   OPEN          CONVENTIONAL AMMUNITION DEMILITARIZATION
                                          FUNDS DEMILITARIZATION OF ALL DOD CONVENTIONAL
                                          MUNITIONS WHEN SUCH ACTION IS REQUIRED PRIOR TO
                                          ACCEPTANCE BY THE PROPERTY DISPOSAL ACTIVITY FOR
                                          FINAL DISPOSAL. FUNDS PREPARATION PRIOR TO
                                          DISPOSAL/DEMILITARIZATION AND HAZARDOUS WASTE
                                          DISPOSAL. INCLUDES PECULIAR AND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT,
                                          NECESSARY FACILITIES AND ASSOCIATED COSTS
                                          IDENTIFIABLE TO DEMILITARIZATION TO INCLUDE RDTE IN
                                          DEVELOPMENT OF NEW AND ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY
                                          DEMIL EFFORTS.

        ASEI   SS    1992   OPEN          END ITEM SUPPLY DEPOT OPERATIONS
                                          END ITEM SUPPLY DEPOT OPERATIONS AND
                                          DEMILITARIZATION: SUPPORTS END ITEM AND MISSILE
                                          MUNITIONS RECEIPT, STORAGE, CARE OF SUPPLIES IN
                                          STORAGE (COSIS), ISSUE, INVENTORY, AND REWAREHOUSING.
                                          PRESERVATION AND PACKAGING ABOVE LEVEL ―C‖
                                          COMMERCIAL PACK, SET ASSEMBLY/DISASSEMBLY, AND
                                          STORAGE IN DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY (DLA) AND ARMY
                                          DEPOTS AND ARSENALS, AND CONTRACTOR FACILITIES ARE
                                          INCLUDED IN THIS MDEP. SUPPORTS EQUIPMENT
                                          PREPARATION FOR DISPOSAL/ DEMILITARIZATION BY REMOVAL
                                          OF CONTAMINANTS, I.E. HALON REMOVAL, INERT
                                          CERTIFICATION, BIOLOGICAL TESTING, DRAINING FLUIDS, AND
                                          DISPOSAL OF RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL. EXCLUDES SDO AND
                                          DEMILITARIZATION OF CONVENTIONAL AMMUNITION.

        ASFM   SS    2001   OPEN          NON-ARMY SOURCE OF SUPPLY ASSET MANAGEMENT
                                          NON-ARMY MANAGED ITEMS COMMODITY BUSINESS UNIT
                                          (NAMI-CBU). NAMI MISSION ESTABLISHED AT THE DIRECTION OF
                                          THE CSA IN 1997 IN SUPPORT OF THE SSF INITIATIVE. ARMY
                                          MATERIEL COMMAND (AMC) IN FY99 ASSIGNED THE NAMI
                                          MISSION TO TACOM. NAMI IS ORGANIZED AS A COMMODITY
                                          BUSINESS UNIT (CBU) UNDER THE DEPUTY FOR SYSTEMS
                                          ACQUISITION AND LIFE CYCLE MANAGEMENT THAT REPORTS
                                          TO THE TACOM-RI SITE MANAGER. THE NAMI-CBU WAS
                                          ESTABLISHED BY AMC TO ACCOMMODATE THE REQUIREMENTS
                                          OF THE SINGLE STOCK FUND (SSF) PROGRAM. NAMI
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                                          FUNCTIONS INCLUDE: SCREENING ARMY REQUISITIONS FOR
                                          NAMI ITEMS TO FILL FROM REDISTRIBUTION; FUNDING AND
                                          PASSING TO SOURCE OF SUPPLY (SOS), SARSS-1/AMCISSS
                                          REPLENISHMENT REQUISITIONS NOT FILLED FROM
                                          REDISTRIBUTION; MAINTAINING INVENTORY RECORDS FOR
                                          ARMY ASSETS; AWCF BUDGETING AND PROGRAM EXECUTION
                                          FOR ALL NAMI ITEMS STOCKED AT AWCF-SMA SARSS SITES;
                                          AND RECEIVING AND GRANTING CREDIT – (3 PERCENT FOR ALL
                                          SERVICEABLE). THE PRIMARY MISSION OF THE NAMI ASSET
                                          MANAGER IS TO ASSURE MAXIMUM UTILIZATION OF ARMY
                                          OWNED, BUT OTHER SOS (E.G., DLA, GSA, NAVY, ETC.)
                                          MANAGED ASSETS. NAMI WILL PROVIDE WORLDWIDE ASSET
                                          VISIBILITY WHERE NONE PREVIOUSLY EXISTED. THE PURPOSE
                                          OF THE SSF NAMI MANAGEMENT IS TO ACHIEVE FINANCIAL
                                          SAVINGS FOR THE ARMY FROM THE REDISTRIBUTION OF
                                          PREVIOUSLY PURCHASED NON-ARMY MANAGED ASSETS.
                                          EXCESS ASSETS WILL BE HELD IN PLACE FOR AN ESTABLISHED
                                          NUMBER OF DAYS FOR POTENTIAL REDISTRIBUTION TO OTHER
                                          ARMY USERS PRIOR TO REPORTING TO SOS FOR CREDIT
                                          AND/OR DISPOSITION INSTRUCTIONS. DEFENSE INFORMATION
                                          SYSTEM AGENCY (DISA) DEFENSE ENTERPRISE COMPUTING
                                          CENTER (DECC) IS THE HOST FOR THE NAMI COMMODITY
                                          COMMAND STANDARD SYSTEM (CCSS). DECC PROVIDES THE
                                          AUTOMATION PROCESSING ENVIRONMENT TO INCLUDE ALL
                                          MAINFRAME COMPUTER HARDWARE, SOFTWARE,
                                          COMMUNICATIONS, AS WELL AS MANUAL APPLICATION
                                          SUPPORT, SYSTEMS MONITORING, APPLICATION RELEASE
                                          MANAGEMENT AND DATABASE MANAGEMENT. ALL NAMI
                                          CUSTOMER TRANSACTION PROCESSING—APPROXIMATELY 75
                                          PERCENT OF ALL ARMY REQUISITIONS—PROCESSES THROUGH
                                          THE DECC.

        ASIE   SS    1991   OPEN          INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS OPERATIONS
                                          FUNDS OPERATIONS RELATING TO CLASS II, VII AND IX ITEMS
                                          (EXCLUDING MUNITIONS) TO ASSURE THAT AN INDUSTRIAL
                                          BASE WILL BE AVAILABLE TO SUPPORT PEACETIME
                                          PRODUCTION AND RESPOND TO THE RELEVANT NATIONAL
                                          SECURITY OBJECTIVES AS PROVIDED FOR IN THE STRATEGIC
                                          PLANNING GUIDANCE AND DA READINESS GOALS. COST
                                          DRIVERS/PERFORMANCE FACTORS: INDUSTRIAL BASE
                                          OFFSETS TO WAR RESERVE SHORTFALLS/ALT &
                                          PLT/STRATEGIC PLANNING GUIDANCE/COCOM OPLANS
                                          REQUIREMENTS, ARMY TRANSFORMATION/ACQUISITION
                                          REFORM INITIATIVES AND GUIDANCE.

        ASIP   SS    1990   OPEN          INDUSTRIAL MOBILIZATION CAPACITY
                                          FUNDS TO MAINTAIN CAPABILITY TO MEET READINESS
                                          REQUIREMENTS THAT ARE ABOVE PEACETIME LEVELS. IMC
                                          DIRECT FUNDS THE COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH RETENTION OF
                                          INDUSTRIAL CAPACITY REQUIRED TO SATISFY SURGE OR
                                          REPLENISHMENT REQUIREMENTS ABOVE PEACETIME DEMAND.

        ASLS   SS    1990   OPEN          LOGISTICS ASSISTANCE/OIL ANALYSIS PROGRAMS
                                          LOGISTICS ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (LAP) PROVIDES SUPPORT
                                          TO COMBATANT COMMANDERS THROUGH REGIONAL
                                          LOGISTICS SUPPORT ELEMENTS (LSES), WORLDWIDE
                                          LOGISTICS ASSISTANCE OFFICES (LAOS), AND TO FIELD
                                          COMMANDERS AND SOLDIERS THROUGH THE CUSTOMER
                                          SUPPORT CENTERS. LSES DEPLOY AT THE REQUEST OF THE
                                          COCOM/ARFOR/JTF COMMANDER TO PERFORM DOCTRINAL
                                          USAMC MISSIONS FORWARD. PRIMARY MISSIONS INCLUDE
                                          LOGISTICS ASSISTANCE, SUPPLY, MAINTENANCE, AND
                                          READINESS ENHANCEMENT. LAOS ARE STAFFED BY
                                          MAINTENANCE, SUPPLY AND READINESS LOGISTICS
                                          ASSISTANCE REPRESENTATIVES (LARS) WHO PROVIDE
                                          SUSTAINMENT TRAINING ON FIELDED EQUIPMENT, LOGISTICS
                                          INTELLIGENCE TO USAMC AND FIELD UNITS, AND ENSURES
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                                          ASSISTANCE CONTINUITY DURING MOBILIZATION, HOSTILITIES
                                          AND OOTW. ARMY OIL ANALYSIS PROGRAM (AOAP) IS A PART
                                          OF A DOD WIDE EFFORT TO DETERMINE IMPENDING
                                          COMPONENT FAILURES AND TO DETERMINE LUBRICANT
                                          CONDITION THROUGH PERIODIC LABORATORY EVALUATION OF
                                          USED OIL SAMPLES. BY PINPOINTING PROBLEMS EARLY, OIL
                                          ANALYSIS: ENHANCES FLIGHT SAFETY; IMPROVES EQUIPMENT
                                          READINESS; EXTENDS COMPONENT LIFE; AND REDUCES
                                          OPERATING COSTS AND MAINTENANCE DOWN TIME.
                                          ANOTHER IMPORTANT PURPOSE OF AOAP IS TO CONSERVE
                                          PETROLEUM RESOURCES BY EXTENDING OIL LIFE. THIS IS
                                          DONE BY ON CONDITION OIL CHANGES. THIS MEANS OIL IS
                                          CHANGED ONLY WHEN LAB-DIRECTED, RATHER THAN
                                          ACCORDING TO LUBE ORDERS.

        ASLT   SS    1990   OPEN          LOGISTICS SUPPORT PROGRAMS
                                          LOGISTICS TECHNICAL SUPPORT FUNDS THE DEVELOPMENT,
                                          SUSTAINMENT AND POLICY AND TECHNICAL SUPPORT OF THE
                                          ARMY‘S CRITICAL CORE LOGISTICS, READINESS, ASSET
                                          MANAGEMENT, DISTRIBUTION, AND REQUISITIONING SYSTEMS
                                          FOR ALL CLASSES OF SUPPLY. INCLUDES THE FUNDING OF
                                          THE LOGISTICS SUPPORT ELEMENT (F) FOR THE SBCT. ALSO
                                          FUNDS FOR THE DISPOSAL OF LOW LEVEL RADIOACTIVE
                                          WASTE (LLRW), RESOURCES THE ARMY‘S DOMESTIC
                                          STANDARDIZATION PROGRAM AS MANDATED BY THE OSD
                                          BLUEPRINT FOR CHANGE, FUNDS THE DOD SMALL ARMS DEMIL
                                          PROGRAM, THE ARMY HERALDIC PROGRAM, THE ARMY
                                          CORROSION PREVENTION PROGRAM, THE ARMY PETROLEUM
                                          CENTER (APC), ARMY TOOL MODERNIZATION PROGRAM, FUNDS
                                          THE ARMY EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL TECHNICAL
                                          DETACHMENT DEVELOPING COMMON TOOLS, EQUIPMENT AND
                                          PUBLICATIONS FOR JOINT SERVICE TECHNICAL EOD MANUALS,
                                          FUNDS VALUE ENGINEERING, GOVERNMENT-INDUSTRY DATA
                                          EXCHANGE PROGRAM, CEREMONIAL RIFLES, LOGTECH
                                          EDUCATION PROGRAM, DONATIONS PROGRAM, FIRING TABLES
                                          AND BALLISTICS TEAM, CENTER FOR MILITARY HISTORY, AND
                                          DEPOT TRAINING.

        ASPO   SS    1991   OPEN          TRANSPORTATION OPERATIONS
                                          PROVIDES FOR DIRECT REIMBURSEMENT OF TWCF TO
                                          SURFACE DEPLOYMENT AND DISTRIBUTION COMMAND (SDDC)
                                          FOR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT, PORT HANDLING COSTS FOR
                                          MILITARY DOCUMENTATION, READINESS CARGO PLANNING,
                                          SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE AND RELATED TRANSPORTATION
                                          ACTIVITIES.

        ASTC   SS    2000   OPEN          CHEMICAL WEAPON STOCKPILE & MATERIEL STORAGE
                                          PROVIDES FOR MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONS OF TOXIC
                                          CHEMICAL MUNITIONS AND RELATED MATERIEL AT CONUS
                                          STORAGE FACILITIES, INCLUDING BASE OPERATIONS
                                          SUPPORT, EQUIPMENT ACQUISITION, AND INVENTORY
                                          CONTROL POINT ACTIVITIES. IT ALSO INCLUDES QUALITY
                                          ASSURANCE, SURVEILLANCE, RELIABILITY, OTHER TECHNICAL
                                          SURETY SUPPORT AND ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT TO THESE
                                          FACILITIES. RESOURCES IN FY00-01 OPERATIONS FOR U.S.
                                          ARMY, PACIFIC, PER PUBLIC LAW 99–145 AND THE CHEMICAL
                                          WEAPONS CONVENTIONAL (CWC). FUNDS USED TO STORE,
                                          SERVICE, MAINTAIN, AND TRANSPORT STOCKPILED CHEMICAL
                                          WEAPONS TO THE DISPOSAL FACILITY ON JOHNSTON ISLAND.
                                          INCLUDES ENVIRONMENTAL FUNCTIONS AT JOHNSTON ISLAND.

FA**           SS                         FIELD OPERATING AGENCIES

        FALO   SS    1988   OPEN          OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF G4 FIELD SUPPORT
                                          SUPPORTS ODCS, G-4 MISSIONS PERFORMED BY LOGISTICS
                                          INTEGRATION AGENCY (LIA). PROVIDES FUNDING AND
                                          MANPOWER FOR LIA. LIA IS THE G-4‘S INTEGRATOR OF
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                                          LOGISTICS SYSTEMS AND PROCESSES. ADDITIONALLY,
                                          LOGISTICS PROPONENCY OFFICE PROVIDES CAREER
                                          MANAGEMENT SUPPORT TO THE TRANSPORTATION, SUPPLY,
                                          AND MAINTENANCE CAREER FIELDS.

FL**           SS                         FIELDING SYSTEMS (INTENSIVELY MANAGED NON-PROGRAM
                                          EXECUTIVE OFFICE)

        FL8H   SS    1996   OPEN          EMERGING LOGISTICS TECHNOLOGIES
                                          PROVIDES FOR TECHNOLOGY EXPLORATION AND
                                          SUBSEQUENT LOGISTICS APPLICATION IN AN OPERATIONAL
                                          ENVIRONMENT. THIS REQUIRES CONTINUOUS REVIEW AND
                                          ASSESSMENT OF OPERATIONAL SHORTFALLS AND
                                          IDENTIFICATION OF OPPORTUNITIES FOR IMPROVEMENT IN
                                          THE LOGISTICS PROCESS; AWARENESS OF
                                          EMERGED/EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES THROUGH INDUSTRY
                                          OUTREACH, INTERFACE WITH GOVERNMENT, COMMERCIAL
                                          TECHNOLOGY ORGANIZATIONS, AND ACADEMIA; EVALUATION
                                          OF TECHNOLOGY INSERTION OPPORTUNITIES, ASSESSMENT
                                          OF POTENTIAL OPERATIONAL PAYBACK THROUGH RISK AND
                                          TRADE-OFF ANALYSIS. FL8H BEGAN AS A MEANS TO APPLY
                                          CORRECTIVE ACTIONS FOR LOGISTICS DISTRIBUTION
                                          DEFICIENCIES IDENTIFIED IN OPERATION DESERT
                                          SHIELD/STORM. WHILE GREAT STRIDES HAVE BEEN MADE,
                                          WORK REMAINS TO BE DONE, AS EVIDENCED BY THEATER
                                          DISTRIBUTION PROBLEMS, INCOMPLETE/INADEQUATE ASSET
                                          VISIBILITY AND LOGISTICS CONNECTIVITY PROBLEMS
                                          DOCUMENTED IN RECENT LESSONS LEARNED/AFTER ACTION
                                          REPORTS. TECHNOLOGY EXPLORATION WILL INCLUDE BUT
                                          NOT BE LIMITED TO MOLECULAR MEMORY/SELF ASSEMBLY,
                                          NANO AND PHOTON TECHNOLOGY, MICRO-ELECTRICAL
                                          MECHANICAL SYSTEMS, NEXT GENERATION RADIO
                                          FREQUENCY IDENTIFICATION (RFID) TECHNOLOGY, SENSE AND
                                          RESPOND LOGISTICS APPLICATIONS, AND USE OF PASSIVE
                                          RFID FOR SUPPLY CHAIN INTEGRATION. THE METHODOLOGY
                                          REMAINS THE SAME: IDENTIFICATION OF A
                                          REQUIREMENT/SHORTFALL, IDENTIFICATION OF
                                          EMERGING/EVOLVING TECHNOLOGY, BUSINESS PROCESS
                                          ANALYSIS, PROTOTYPE DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION,
                                          PROOFS OF CONCEPT, LIVE-ENVIRONMENT DEMONSTRATIONS,
                                          AND TRANSITION TO AN APPROPRIATE PM.

HS**           SS                         HEALTH SERVICES

        HSCB   SS    1991   OPEN          MEDICAL NBC DEFENSE
                                          ENHANCES MEDICAL NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL
                                          (NBC) READINESS BY FIELDING MEDICAL COUNTERMEASURES
                                          USED IN THE PRETREATMENT AND TREATMENT OF INJURY TO
                                          THE INDIVIDUAL SOLDIER CAUSED BY NBC AGENTS. PROVIDES
                                          BIOLOGICAL ANTIBIOTICS, CHEMICAL ANTIDOTES, CHEMICAL
                                          PRE-TREATMENTS, SKIN PROTECTANTS AGAINST CHEMICAL
                                          AGENTS, CHEMICAL AGENT PATIENT TREATMENT MEDICAL
                                          EQUIPMENT SETS, CHEMICAL PATIENT WRAPS, NUCLEAR
                                          ANTIEMETICS, RADIOPROTECTANTS, AND OTHER NBC RELATED
                                          MEDICAL COUNTERMEASURES TO UNITS. ENHANCES
                                          CHEMICAL-BIOLOGICAL-RADIOLOGICAL-NUCLEAR (CBRN)
                                          MEDICAL CAPABILITIES FOR BOTH DEPLOYED AND HOMELAND
                                          DEFENSE FORCES THROUGH REQUIREMENTS ANALYSIS OF
                                          THE IMPACT OF THE NBC THREAT AND PROFESSIONAL
                                          MEDICAL NBC TRAINING AND EXERCISES.

        HSUK   SS    1991   OPEN          MEDICAL POTENCY & DATED SUPPLY READINESS
                                          THE MEDICAL POTENCY AND DATED (P&D) PROGRAM
                                          SUPPORTS REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL ECHELONS ABOVE
                                          DIVISION (EAD) MEDICAL UNITS DEPLOYING FROM CONUS WITH
                                          THEIR BASIC LOAD OF P&D MEDICAL MATERIEL, CONFIGURED
                                          AS UNIT DEPLOYMENT PACKAGES (UDPS). DEPLOYMENTS
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                                          INVOLVE CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS, STABILITY AND
                                          SUPPORT OPERATIONS, HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE,
                                          HOMELAND SECURITY AND SUPPORT FOR GLOBAL WAR ON
                                          TERRORISM (GWOT).


J***           SS                         JOINT/DOD ACTIVITIES

        JDFM   SS    1992   OPEN          FOREIGN MILITARY SALES MANPOWER SUPPORT
                                          MANPOWER RESOURCES FOR THE FOREIGN MILITARY SALES
                                          (FMS) PROGRAM WHICH SELLS MILITARY EQUIPMENT,
                                          SERVICES, AND TRAINING TO FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS.
                                          PERSONNEL ADMINISTER AND SUPPORT THE ARMY‘S FMS
                                          PROGRAM WORLDWIDE. PERSONNEL AND OTHER SUPPORT
                                          COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH THIS PROGRAM ARE EITHER PAID
                                          FOR BY INDIVIDUAL FMS CASES (WITH A FOREIGN COUNTRY)
                                          OR BY THE FMS TRUST FUND ACCOUNT (8242). EFFECTIVE 1
                                          JAN 90, MILITARY PERSONNEL COSTS FOR FMS
                                          ADMINISTRATION ARE PAID UNDER THE MILITARY PERSONNEL
                                          APPROPRIATION.

        JDMA   SS    1992   OPEN          FOREIGN MILITARY FINANCING PROGRAM
                                          MANPOWER RESOURCES FOR THE FOREIGN MILITARY
                                          FINANCING PROGRAM (FMFP) WHICH PROVIDES DEFENSE
                                          ARTICLES AND SERVICES TO RECIPIENTS ON A
                                          NON-REIM BURSABLE (GRANT) BASIS (FORMERLY MILITARY
                                          ASSISTANCE PROGRAM-MAP). PERS ONNEL UNDER THIS MDEP
                                          ADMINISTER AND SUPPORT THE ARMY‘S FMFP WORLDWIDE
                                          AND PROVIDE INTERNATIONAL MILITARY EDUCATION AND
                                          TRAINING (IMET). COSTS ARE PAID UNDER APPROPRIATION
                                          1082 FOR ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT, AND UNDER
                                          APPROPRIATION 1081 FOR IMET.

M***           SS                         INFORMATION MANAGEMENT

MP**    MP**   SS                         PROGRAM EXECUTIVE OFFICE MANAGED
                                          INFORMATION/COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS

        MPE0   SS    2008   OPEN          CSS SATCOM Sustainment
                                          Sustains the transformation of logistics processes and systems via
                                          CSS Satellite Communications (CSS SATCOM) Very Small Aperture
                                          Terminal Satellite (VSAT) and Combat Service Support Automated
                                          Information Systems Interface (CAISI). CAISI provides high data rate
                                          secure wireless LAN and is used to connect Combat Service Support
                                          computer systems (Sensitive But Unclassified only) deployed within the
                                          tactical battle space. CSS SATCOM provides a global, commercial
                                          satellite based network capability to support the operating forces‘
                                          automation systems. This system uses commercial-off-the-shelf
                                          (COTS) satellite terminals to compliment the CAISI and connect key
                                          logistics nodes including warehouses, hospitals, ammunition supply
                                          points and major supply chain distribution nodes. The satellite network
                                          connects directly to the Army‘s LandWarNet and provides broadband
                                          connectivity for Combat Service Support systems operating at up to the
                                          Sensitive But Unclassified (SBU) level.
        MPEH   SS    2008   OPEN          STAMIS and LOG AUTO Systems Sustainment
                                          Sustains the current Standard Army Management Information Systems
                                          (STAMIS) & Logistics Automated Systems (SARSS, SAAS, SAMS,
                                          ULLS Ground & Air, PBUSE, TC-AIMS II, FMTP) that enable the
                                          Army‘s Logistics processes, automating the mission areas of supply,
                                          ammunition, maintenance, property accountability, transportation &
                                          distribution, finance & resource management. They provide the
                                          processes, procedures & accountability for all users in support of
                                          current operations. These systems will remain the primary enabler of
                                          the Army‘s operating forces until the objective system Single Army
                                          Logistics Enterprise (SALE) is fully operational at all levels to the
                                          Future Force. Provides the Information Technology (IT) infrastructure to
                                          support planning, scheduling, movement and distribution of units,
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                                          equipment, and materiel to support deployment and battlefield
                                          distribution. As needed, leverage commercially proven and available
                                          information and communication technologies, commercial business
                                          process and organization redesign to provide the infrastructure capable
                                          of integrating digitized technical data for all Services and DoD
                                          Agencies. Develop and execute strategy to reengineer and deliver to
                                          the Warfighter improved logistics automation acquisition system
                                          engineering, and business processes to enhance readiness with
                                          current systems until replaced by the SALE.
        MPEI   SS    2008   OPEN          SALE Sustainment
                                          Sustains the Single Army Logistics Enterprise (SALE) as the enabling
                                          technology for integrating the supply chain utilizing commercial best
                                          practice Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) technologies and
                                          processes which provide modern, integrated services for logisticians,
                                          resource managers and commanders in a seamless, national to tactical
                                          system. Provides immediate improvements to the Army‘s logistics
                                          business process and automation capabilities, leverages best business
                                          practices and uses off-the-shelf technologies. Includes GCSS-Army
                                          Field Tactical, Product Lifecycle Management Plus and links to the
                                          Army Woprking Capital Fund (AWCF) supported Logistics
                                          Modernization Program (LMP). SALE supports logistics business
                                          processes at the strategic, operational, and tactical levels. SALE
                                          incorporates the Product Development Cycle, supports the PEO/PM
                                          lifecycle management functions, and incorporates product data and
                                          provides a single source of accurate product/master data to all users,
                                          Army wide. SALE eliminates 300+ discrete legacy information
                                          technology investments.
        MPT0   SS    2005   OPEN          LOGISTICS NETWORK
                                          SUPPORTS THE TRANSFORMATION TO LOGISTICS AUTOMATION
                                          VIA COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT AUTOMATED INFORMATION
                                          SYSTEMS INTERFACE (CAISI). CAISI PROVIDES HIGH DATA
                                          RATE SECURE WIRELESS LAN AND IS USED TO CONNECT
                                          COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT COMPUTER SYSTEMS (SENSITIVE
                                          BUT UNCLASSIFIED ONLY) DEPLOYED WITHIN THE TACTICAL
                                          BATTLE SPACE. PROVIDES FOR ACQUISITION, TESTING,
                                          INTEGRATED LOGISTICS SUPPORT, AND FIELDING OF CAISI
                                          HARDWARE AND SUPPORTING SOFTWARE FOR LOGISTICS
                                          SYSTEMS.

        MPT1   SS    2005   2005          AUTOMATED INDENTIFICATION TECHNOLOGY (AIT)
                                          AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION TECHNOLOGY (AIT) IS A CRITICAL
                                          COMBAT SUPPORT/COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT (CS/CSS) AND
                                          LOGISTICS TRANSFORMATION ENABLER WITHIN THE
                                          LOGISTICS TECHNOLOGY (LOG TECH) MDEP. LOG TECH
                                          SUPPORTS THE WARFIGHTER BY PROVIDING CRITICAL
                                          LOGISTICAL INFORMATION. THE ARMY WILL INTEGRATE AIT
                                          INTO AUTOMATED LOGISTICAL PROCESSES INCLUDING THE
                                          DEPLOYMENT OF TROOPS AND EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, RE-
                                          SUPPLY, AND MAINTENANCE. UTILIZING AIT WILL REDUCE
                                          COST, REDUCE LOGISTICS FOOTPRINT, AND PROVIDE AN AGILE
                                          AND FLEXIBLE FORCE; THUSLY ENHANCING READINESS. ARMY
                                          AIT IMPLEMENTATION UTILIZES A VARIETY OF MEDIA AND
                                          SUPPORTING TECHNOLOGIES, DATA AND TIMELINESS
                                          STANDARDS, INFRASTRUCTURE ARCHITECTURE, BUSINESS
                                          PROCESS IMPROVEMENT, AND EXPLOITS INDUSTRY BEST
                                          PRACTICES TO ACHIEVE TOTAL ASSET VISIBILITY. AIT IS A
                                          FAMILY OF DEVICES THAT FACILITATES THE ACCURATE
                                          CAPTURE, STORAGE, RETRIEVAL, TRANSFER AND
                                          TRANSMISSION OF SOURCE DATA INFORMATION TO REDUCE
                                          PROCESSING TIMES, IMPROVE ACCURACY, AND ENHANCE
                                          ASSET VISIBILITY.

        MPT2   SS    1991   2004          ARMY FOOD MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
                                          MODERNIZES THE CURRENT GARRISON ARMY FOOD
                                          MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (AFMIS) – THE CORE
                                          SOFTWARE PROGRAM USED BY INSTALLATION DINING
                                          FACILITIES WORLDWIDE TO PLAN MENUS, ORDER FOOD FROM
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                                          SUBSISTENCE PRIME VENDORS THROUGH DEFENSE
                                          LOGISTICS AGENCY, REPORT HEADCOUNT, CHARGE THE COST
                                          OF CASH MEALS TO SOLDIERS THROUGH DEFENSE FINANCE
                                          AND ACCOUNTING SYSTEM, AND MANAGE FOOD INVENTORIES.

        MPT9   SS    2005   2011          LOGISTICS TRANSFORMATION AUTOMATION ENABLERS
                                          PROVIDES ARMY EQUIPMENT OPERATORS, MECHANICS AND
                                          SUPERVISORS WITH RAPID DIGITAL ACCESS TO IMPROVED
                                          TECHNICAL DATA ON THE BATTLEFIELD, IN THE MOTOR POOL,
                                          AND DURING INSTITUTIONAL TRAINING OF THE WARFIGHTER
                                          AND TACTICAL USER. TLDD USES CUTTING EDGE
                                          TECHNOLOGY IN THE FORM OF PERSONAL DIGITAL
                                          ASSISTANTS (PDAS), LAPTOPS AND COMMERCIAL OFF-THE-
                                          SHELF (COTS) WIRELESS LOCAL AREA NETWORK
                                          TECHNOLOGIES TOGETHER WITH SOFTWARE ENABLERS (ETM-
                                          I, DLB, DPMCS) FOR RAPIDLY PROCESSING PREVIOUSLY
                                          MANUALLY MAINTENANCE DATA. TLDD IS ONE OF THE KEY
                                          ENABLERS OF THE COMMON LOGISTICS OPERATING
                                          ENVIRONMENT (CLOE).

        MPTA   SS    1991   OPEN          PROJECT MANAGER GLOBAL COMMAND SUPPORT SYSTEM-
                                          ARMY
                                          PROJECT MANAGER GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM (PM
                                          GCSS-ARMY) PROVIDES MANAGEMENT OVERSIGHT OF
                                          AMMUNITION, MAINTENANCE, SUPPLY, TRANSPORTATION AND
                                          PROPERTY ACCOUNTABILITY. THESE SYSTEMS INCLUDE
                                          MIGRATION SYSTEMS: STANDARD ARMY AMMUNITION SYSTEM
                                          (SAAS), STANDARD ARMY MAINTENANCE SYSTEM (SAMS),
                                          STANDARD ARMY RETAIL SUPPLY SYSTEM (SARSS), UNIT
                                          LEVEL LOGISTICS SYSTEM (ULLS)/ STANDARD ARMY PROPERTY
                                          BOOK SYSTEM-REDESIGN (SPBS-R), AND THE GLOBAL COMBAT
                                          SUPPORT SYSTEM (GCSS-ARMY).

        MPTC   SS    1991   OPEN          STANDARD ARMY AMMUNITION SYSTEM (SAAS)
                                          SAAS IS THE ARMY‘S PEACE AND WAR AMMUNITION
                                          MANAGEMENT SYSTEM. IT ACCOMPLISHES ALL STOCK
                                          CONTROL ACCOUNTING AND SUPPLY MANAGEMENT FROM
                                          DIVISION THROUGH THEATER. FUNDS SUPPORT MAINTENANCE
                                          TO INCLUDE CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE HELP DESK AND
                                          EMERGENCY FIXES ONLY.

        MPTD   SS    1991   OPEN          STANDARD ARMY MAINTENANCE SYSTEM
                                          SAMS AUTOMATES DAY-TO-DAY WEAPON SYSTEM AND SUB-
                                          COMPONENT READINESS STATUS, MAINTENANCE AND
                                          RELATED REPAIR PARTS INFORMATION AND MANAGEMENT
                                          FUNCTIONS FROM THE TACTICAL DS/GS LEVEL MAINTENANCE
                                          ACTIVITIES AND NON-TACTICAL I/TDA TO MACOM/THEATER
                                          MAINTENANCE PROGRAM OPERATIONS. FUNDS SUPPORT
                                          MAINTENANCE TO INCLUDE CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE HELP
                                          DESK AND EMERGENCY FIXES ONLY.

        MPTE   SS    1991   2005          LOGISTICS POST PRODUCTION SOFTWARE SUPPORT
                                          PROVIDES FOR MANAGEMENT OVERSIGHT AND SUSTAINMENT
                                          OF CURRENT LOGISTICS SYSTEMS WHICH INCLUDE:
                                          AMMUNITION, MAINTENANCE, SUPPLY, LOGISTICS AND
                                          PROPERTY ACCOUNTABILITY. THESE INCLUDE MIGRATION
                                          SYSTEMS: STANDARD ARMY AMMUNITION SYSTEM (SAAS),
                                          STANDARD ARMY MAINTENANCE SYSTEM (SAMS), STANDARD
                                          ARMY RETAIL SUPPLY SYSTEM (SARSS), UNIT LEVEL LOGISTICS
                                          SYSTEM (ULLS)/STANDARD ARMY PROPERTY BOOK SYSTEM –
                                          REDESIGN (SPBS-R), AND INTEGRATED LOGISTICS ANALYSIS
                                          PROGRAM (ILAP). THESE SYSTEMS WILL BE REPLACED ONCE
                                          GCSS-ARMY IS IMPLEMENTED THROUGH AN ENTERPRISE
                                          RESOURCE PLANNING TECHNICAL SOLUTION. FUNDS PROVIDE
                                          FOR HARDWARE AND POST DEPLOYMENT SOFTWARE
                                          SUPPORT WHICH INCLUDES CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE, HELP
                                          DESK, EMERGENCY FIXES AND CORPS THEATER ADP SERVICE
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                                          CENTER (CTASC).

        MPTG   SS    1991   OPEN          UNIT LEVEL LOGISTICS SYSTEM
                                          ULLS IS A STANDARD, AUTOMATED LOGISTICS SYSTEM FOR
                                          UNIT SUPPLY AND MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT OPERATIONS.
                                          REPAIR PARTS SUPPLY FUNCTIONS, MAINTENANCE
                                          MANAGEMENT OPERATIONS, AIRCRAFT RECORDS AND
                                          HISTORICAL DATA ARE AUTOMATED TO IMPROVE ACCURACY
                                          AND TIMELINESS. IT CONSISTS OF THREE APPLICATIONS:
                                          GROUND, AVIATION AND S4. ULLS/SPBS-R IS THE BASE
                                          SYSTEM FOR GENERATING AMSS AND CBS-X MATERIAL
                                          STATUS AND ASSET VISIBILITY REPORTS. FUNDS SUPPORT
                                          MAINTENANCE TO INCLUDE CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE HELP
                                          DESK AND EMERGENCY FIXES ONLY.

        MPTH   SS    1991   OPEN          LOGISICS AUTOMATION-CURRENT
                                          JOINT COMPUTER AIDED ACQ & LOG SPT (JCALS) EXECUTES
                                          THE DOD CALS STRATEGY TO REENGINEER ACQUISITION,
                                          LOGISTICS AND SYSTEM ENGINEERING BUSINESS PROCESSES
                                          SUPPORTING MAJOR WEAPON SYSTEMS. IT PROVIDES AN
                                          INFRASTRUCTURE CAPABLE OF INTEGRATING DIGITIZED
                                          TECHNICAL DATA FOR THE JOINT SERVICES AND DEFENSE
                                          AGENCIES. INFRASTRUCTURE PRODUCTS INCLUDE GLOBAL
                                          DATA MANAGEMENT SYSTEM, WORKFLOW MANAGER,
                                          REFERENCE LIBRARY, AND PC CLIENT. FUNDING SUPPORTS
                                          AN INFRASTRUCTURE (COMMERCIAL OFF THE SHELF (COTS)
                                          HARDWARE PLUS COTS AND GOVERNMENT OFF THE SHELF
                                          (GOTS) SOFTWARE) CAPABLE OF GENERATING & EXCHANGING
                                          DIGITIZED WEAPON SYSTEMS, ACQUISITION AND LOGISTICS
                                          TECHNICAL INFORMATION WITHIN AND AMONG THE SERVICES,
                                          DEFENSE AGENCIES AND INDUSTRY. THE FIRST JCALS JOINT
                                          FUNCTIONAL CAPABILITY, JOINT TECHNICAL MANUALS (JTM)
                                          SUPPORTS BUSINESS PROCESS IMPROVEMENTS TO ALLOW
                                          THE JOINT SERVICES AND DEFENSE AGENCIES TO BETTER
                                          MANAGE, ACQUIRE, IMPROVE, PUBLISH, STOCK AND
                                          DISTRIBUTE JOINT TECHNICAL MANUALS.

        MPTI   SS    2000   OPEN          SINGLE ARMY LOGISTICS ENTERPRISE (SALE)
                                          GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM-ARMY (GCSS-ARMY) IS
                                          THE PRIMARY CSS BUSINESS/TACTICAL AUTOMATION ENABLER
                                          FOR THE ARMY TRANSFORMATION AND A PRINCIPLE ELEMENT
                                          OF THE ARMY LOGISTICS ENTERPRISE STRATEGY. GCSS-
                                          ARMY WILL SUPPORT THE CSS FUNCTIONS OF MANNING,
                                          ARMING, FUELING, FIXING, MOVING, AND SUSTAINING
                                          SOLDIERS AND THEIR SYSTEMS. IT WILL ENABLE A SEAMLESS,
                                          INTEGRATED, AND INTERACTIVE CSS INFORMATION
                                          MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONS SYSTEM FOR ALL USERS AT
                                          ALL ECHELONS. IT WILL SATISFY THE ARMY‘S AIS AND
                                          LOGISTICS MODERNIZATION REQUIREMENTS BY PROVIDING A
                                          TECHNOLOGICALLY ADVANCED, ENTERPRISE RESOURCE
                                          PLANNING (ERP) SYSTEM, CAPABLE OF MANAGING THE FLOW
                                          OF CSS RESOURCES AND INFORMATION. THE SYSTEM WILL
                                          USE AN ARCHITECTURE COMPRISED OF THE USER AND A
                                          CENTRALIZED NATIONAL-LEVEL DATABASE AND ERP
                                          APPLICATION SOFTWARE WITH INTERFACES TO OTHER
                                          SYSTEMS AS REQUIRED.

        MPTM   SS    1991   2005          TACTICAL LOGISTICS AUTOMATION INTEGRATION AND
                                          SUSTAINMENT
                                          GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM-ARMY (GCSS-ARMY) IS THE
                                          PRIMARY CSS BUSINESS/TACTICAL AUTOMATION ENABLER FOR
                                          THE ARMY TRANSFORMATION AND A PRINCIPLE ELEMENT OF
                                          THE ARMY LOGISTICS ENTERPRISE STRATEGY. GCSS-ARMY
                                          WILL SUPPORT THE CSS FUNCTIONS OF MANNING, ARMING,
                                          FUELING, FIXING, MOVING, AND SUSTAINING SOLDIERS AND
                                          THEIR SYSTEMS. IT WILL ENABLE A SEAMLESS, INTEGRATED,
                                          AND INTERACTIVE CSS INFORMATION MANAGEMENT AND
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                                          OPERATIONS SYSTEM FOR ALL USERS AT ALL ECHELONS. IT
                                          WILL SATISFY THE ARMY‘S AIS AND LOGISTICS MODERNIZATION
                                          REQUIREMENTS BY PROVIDING A TECHNOLOGICALLY
                                          ADVANCED, ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING (ERP) SYSTEM,
                                          CAPABLE OF MANAGING THE FLOW OF CSS RESOURCES AND
                                          INFORMATION. THE SYSTEM WILL USE AN ARCHITECTURE
                                          COMPRISED OF THE USER AND A CENTRALIZED NATIONAL-
                                          LEVEL DATABASE AND ERP APPLICATION SOFTWARE WITH
                                          INTERFACES TO OTHER SYSTEMS AS REQUIRED.

MS**           SS                         NON-PROGRAM EXECUTIVE OFFICE INTENSIVELY MANAGED
                                          INFORMATION/COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS

        MS10   SS    1992   OPEN          AMC LOGISTICS SYSTEM OPERATIONS
                                          FUNDS AMC APPLICATIONS PROCESSING SUPPORT
                                          PERFORMED AT THE DEFENSE ENTERPRISE COMPUTING
                                          CENTERS. FUNCTIONAL AREA INFORMATION PROCESSED
                                          INCLUDES FINANCIAL AND LOGISTICS DATA. PROVIDES
                                          REIMBURSEMENT FOR SERVICES PERFORMED BY THE
                                          DEFENSE INFORMATION SYSTEMS AGENCY.

        MS31   SS    1995   2005          LOGISTICS SUPPORT SYSTEM SUSTAINMENT
                                          SUPPORTS THE MANAGEMENT, PROCESSING AND
                                          MAINTENANCE OF AMC AUTOMATED LOGISTICS SYSTEMS.
                                          USERS SPAN ALL OF DOD. FUNDS USAMC
                                          PERSONNEL/CONTRACTOR COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH
                                          SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT AND MAINTENANCE, SITE LICENSES,
                                          AND OFFICE AUTOMATION HARDWARE/SOFTWARE
                                          ACQUISITION AND MAINTENANCE. ALSO SUPPORTS
                                          PROCESSING SERVICES PROVIDED UNDER THE LOGISTICS
                                          MODERNIZATION PROGRAM, AND TECHNICAL AND FUNCTIONAL
                                          SUPPORT FOR SUSTAINMENT OF FIELDED TACTICAL ADP LOG
                                          SYSTEMS.

        MS3A   SS    1989   2004          COMMODITY COMMAND STANDARD SYSTEM
                                          FUNDING SUPPORTS MAINTENANCE OF THE COMMODITY
                                          COMMAND STANDARD SYSTEM AT FOUR USAMC MAJOR
                                          SUBORDINATE COMMANDS. THIS SYSTEM IS THE WORLD‘S
                                          LARGEST INTEGRATED BUSINESS SYSTEM WITH OVER 300
                                          SEPARATE SUBSYSTEMS AND 1600 SEPARATE PROGRAMS,
                                          SUPPORTING AN ANNUAL PROCUREMENT BUDGET FOR
                                          SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT IN EXCESS OF $23 BILLION
                                          DOLLARS AND A FULL TIME PROGRAMMING AND SYSTEMS
                                          ANALYSIS STAFF AT THE LOGISTICS SYSTEMS SUPPORT
                                          CENTER.

        MS3E   SS    1989   2004          STANDARD DEPOT SYSTEM
                                          FUNDING IN THIS MDEP PROVIDES AUTOMATION SUPPORT FOR
                                          A WIDE BAND OF DEPOT RELATED LOGISTICS FUNCTIONS. THE
                                          STANDARD DEPOT SYSTEM (SDS) SUPPORTS DEPOT
                                          MAINTENANCE, AMMUNITION MANAGEMENT, PROCUREMENT,
                                          AND WAR RESERVE FUNCTIONS. IT IS AN INTEGRATED
                                          BUSINESS SYSTEM WITH 36 APPLICATIONS AND 11.2 MILLION
                                          LINES OF CODE AND IS MAINTAINED BY A FULL TIME
                                          PROGRAMMING SYSTEMS AND ANALYSIS STAFF OF OVER 200
                                          PEOPLE AT THE CENTRAL DESIGN ACTIVITY. SDS SUPPORTS
                                          THE ARMY‘S IMPLEMENTATION OF THE INTEGRATED
                                          SUSTAINMENT MAINTENANCE AND CENTRALIZED ASSET
                                          MANAGEMENT. THE SDS CUSTOMER BASE INCLUDES CONUS
                                          AND OCONUS: AMMUNITION PLANTS, MAJOR COMMANDS,
                                          PROVING GROUNDS, LABORATORIES, AND ARMY PREPO SITES.

        MSB2   SS    1989   OPEN          FORCE PROJECTION AUTOMATION
                                          PROVIDES FOR THE AUTOMATION OF MOBILITY/DEPLOYMENT
                                          OPERATIONS FOR CONTINGENCY AND WARTIME. FACILITATES
                                          MOVEMENT‘S MANAGEMENT OF PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT AND
                                          SUPPLIES FROM THE HOME STATION TO THE AREA OF
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                                          OPERATIONS AND BACK. INCLUDES: TRANSPORTATION
                                          COORDINATORS‘ AUTOMATED INFORMATION FOR MOVEMENT
                                          SYSTEM II (TC-AIMS II), AUTOMATED AIR LOAD PLANNING
                                          SYSTEM (AALPS), FORCE PROJECTION INFORMATION CENTER
                                          REPOSITORY (FPIC), INTEGRATED COMPUTERIZED
                                          DEPLOYMENT SYSTEM (ICODES), WORLDWIDE PORT SYSTEM
                                          (WPS)AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION TECHNOLOGY/IN TRANSIT
                                          VISIBILITY (AIT/ITV), INTELLIGENT ROAD AND RAILROAD
                                          INFORMATION SYSTEM (IRRIS), ENHANCED LOGISTICS
                                          INTRATHEATER SUPPORT TOOL (ELIST), FORCE PROJECTION
                                          MODELING PROGRAM (FPM) ALONG WITH LEGACY
                                          TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS.


RJ**    RJ**                              COMBAT SUPPORT SERVICE

        RJT9   SS    1991   OPEN          FORCE PROJECTION OUTLOAD
                                          PROVIDES FUNDING TO INCREASE POWER PROJECTION
                                          OUTLOAD CAPABILITY OF PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, AND
                                          SUSTAINING SUPPLIES AS WELL AS AN ACQUISITION OF
                                          ESSENTIAL RAIL EQUIPMENT AND INTERMODAL CONTAINERS
                                          REQUIRED FOR RAPID POWER PROJECTION. INCLUDES
                                          ANNUAL SEDRES, DEPLOYMENT ANALYSIS/TOOLS, AND
                                          RESERVE COMPONENT PARTICIPATION IN SEDRES AND OTHER
                                          EXERCISES/READINESS TRAINING.


RR**           SS                         REBUILD RECAPITALIZATION

        RR01   SS    2001   OPEN          ABRAMS M1A1 AIM XXI REBUILD RECAP
                                          NO NARRATIVE PROVIDED.
        RR02   SS    2002   2004          APACHE AH-64A REBUILD RECAP
                                          NO NARRATIVE PROVIDED.
        RR03   SS    2001   OPEN          BLACKHAWK UH-60A REBUILD RECAP
                                          NO NARRATIVE PROVIDED.
        RR04   SS    2001   OPEN          CHINOOK CH-47D REBUILD RECAP
                                          NO NARRATIVE PROVIDED.
        RR05   SS    2001   OPEN          RECOVERY VEHICLE M88A1 REBUILD RECAP
                                          NO NARRATIVE PROVIDED.
        RR06   SS    2004   OPEN          AVLB RECAP OMA SUPPORT
                                          NO NARRATIVE PROVIDED.
        RR07   SS    2001   OPEN          ARMORED COMBAT EARTH MOVER M9 REBUILD RECAP
                                          NO NARRATIVE PROVIDED.
        RR08   SS    2001   OPEN          M2 BRADLEY RECAP OMA SUPPORT
                                          NO NARRATIVE PROVIDED.
        RR09   SS    2004   OPEN          MLRS RECAP OMA SUPPORT
                                          NO NARRATIVE PROVIDED.
        RR10   SS    2001   OPEN          PATRIOT REBUILD RECAP
                                          NO NARRATIVE PROVIDED.
        RR11   SS    2004   OPEN          FOV RECAP OMA SUPPORT
                                          NO NARRATIVE PROVIDED.
        RR12   SS    2001   2004          HEAVY EXPANDED MOBILITY TACTICAL TRUCK REBUILD RECAP
                                          NO NARRATIVE PROVIDED.
        RR13   SS    2001   OPEN          SMALL EMPLACEMENT EXCAVATOR (SEE) REBUILD RECAP
                                          NO NARRATIVE PROVIDED.
        RR15   SS    2001   OPEN          FIREFINDER REBUILD RECAP
                                          NO NARRATIVE PROVIDED.
        RR16   SS    2001   OPEN          ELECTRONIC SHOP SHELTER REBUILD RECAP
                                          NO NARRATIVE PROVIDED.
        RR17   SS    2001   OPEN          FIELD ARTILLERY AMMUNITION SUPPLY VEHICLE M992 REBUILD
                                          RECAP
                                          NO NARRATIVE PROVIDED.
        RR18   SS    2O01   OPEN          BULLDOZER D7 REBUILD RECAP
                                          NO NARRATIVE PROVIDED.
        RR19   SS    2001   OPEN          SMALL UNIT SUPPORT VEHICLE M973A1 REBUILD RECAP
                                          NO NARRATIVE PROVIDED.
        RR20   SS    2001   OPEN          SCRAPER REBUILD RECAP
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        RR21   SS    2002   NONE          HIGH MOBILITY MULTI-PURPOSE WHEELED VEHICLE (HMMWV)
                                          RECAPITALIZATION REBUILD
                                          NO NARRATIVE PROVIDED.

S***           SS                         SUSTAINING SYSTEMS

        SAAA   SS    1998   OPEN          SSTS ARTILLERY, GRND ARMAMENT SUB-SYS, SMALL ARMS
                                          SUSTAINMENT SYSTEMS TECHNICAL SUPPORT (SSTS) –
                                          ARTILLERY & GROUND ARMAMENT SUB-SYSTEMS, SMALL
                                          ARMS, THERMAL, MORTAR & SMOKE SYSTEMS. ENGINEERING
                                          AND TECH SPT TO POST-PRODUCTION FIELDED WEAPON
                                          SYSTEMS. ENGINEERING AND TECH SPT TO POST-
                                          PRODUCTION FIELDED WEAPON SYSTEMS. SSTS BEGINS THE
                                          FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR AFTER THE LAST ITEM IS PRODUCED
                                          FROM THE PRODUCTION LINE. INCLUDES LOGISTIC
                                          ASSISTANCE REPS (LARS) AND USAMC ORGANIC INDUSTRIAL
                                          BASE ENGR & TECH SPT PERSONNEL. CONTINUES ORIGINAL
                                          EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURER (OEM) ENGINEERING,
                                          RELIABILITY, AND MAINTAINABILITY CONTRACTS ORIGINATED
                                          IN WEAPON SYSTEM RDA. OEM CONTRACTS PROVIDE: ACCESS
                                          TO THE TECH DATA PKG (TDP) FOR ENGINEERING SERVICES,
                                          ENGR CHG PROPOSALS (ECPS) & MODIFICATION WORK
                                          ORDERS (MWOS) FOR THE WPN SYS & ITS TEST, MEAS &
                                          DIAGNOSTIC EQUIP (TMDE); UPDATES TO FIELD LEVEL
                                          MAINTENANCE MANUALS, REPAIR PARTS & SPECIAL TOOL
                                          LISTS, & DEPOT MAINTENANCE WORK REQUESTS; CONTRACT
                                          ENGR & LOG TECH REPS (CETS/LETS).

        SAVN   SS    1998   OPEN          SSTS AVN, AVIONICS, AIR ARMAMENT SUB-SYSTEMS AI
                                          SUSTAINMENT SYSTEMS TECHNICAL SUPPORT (SSTS) –
                                          AVIATION, AVIONICS, AIR ARMAMENT SUB-SYSTEMS, TOOLS
                                          SETS, AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL & GRND SPT EQUIP.
                                          ENGINEERING AND TECH SPT TO POST-PRODUCTION FIELDED
                                          WEAPON SYSTEMS. SSTS BEGINS THE FIRST FULL FISCAL
                                          YEAR AFTER THE LAST ITEM IS PRODUCED FROM THE
                                          PRODUCTION LINE. INCLUDES LOGISTIC ASSISTANCE REPS
                                          (LARS) AND USAMC ORGANIC INDUSTRIAL BASE ENGR & TECH
                                          SPT PERSONNEL. CONTINUES ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT
                                          MANUFACTURER (OEM) ENGINEERING, RELIABILITY, AND
                                          MAINTAINABILITY CONTRACTS ORIGINATED IN WEAPON
                                          SYSTEM RDA. OEM CONTRACTS PROVIDE: ACCESS TO THE
                                          TECH DATA PKG (TDP) FOR ENGINEERING SERVICES, ENGR
                                          CHG PROPOSALS (ECPS) & MODIFICATION WORK ORDERS
                                          (MWOS) FOR THE WPN SYS & ITS TEST, MEAS & DIAGNOSTIC
                                          EQUIP (TMDE); UPDATES TO FIELD LEVEL MAINTENANCE
                                          MANUALS, REPAIR PARTS & SPECIAL TOOL LISTS, & DEPOT
                                          MAINTENANCE WORK REQUESTS; CONTRACT ENGR & LOG
                                          TECH REPS (CETS/LETS).

        SCCC   SS    1998   OPEN          SUSTAINMENT SYSTEMS TECHNICAL SUPPORT (SSTS)-
                                          COMMAND, CONTRIL, COMMUNICATIONS-ELECTRONICS,
                                          COMPUTER MOBILE POWER
                                          SUSTAINMENT SYSTEMS TECHNICAL SUPPORT (SSTS) –
                                          COMMAND, CONTROL, COMMUNICATIONS-ELECTRONICS,
                                          COMPUTER, MOBILE POWER, HEATERS & AIR CONDITIONERS.
                                          ENGINEERING AND TECH SPT TO POST-PRODUCTION FIELDED
                                          WEAPON SYSTEMS. SSTS BEGINS THE FIRST FULL FISCAL
                                          YEAR AFTER THE LAST ITEM IS PRODUCED FROM THE
                                          PRODUCTION LINE. INCLUDES LOGISTIC ASSISTANCE REPS
                                          (LARS), USAMC ORGANIC INDUSTRIAL BASE ENGR & TECH SPT
                                          PERSONNEL & LIMITED CONTRACT SUPPORT. PERFORMS
                                          ENGINEERING, RELIABILITY, AND MAINTAINABILITY FUNCTIONS
                                          TO ENSURE STRATEGIC, THEATER, & TACTICAL C4 CAPABILITY.
                                          PROVIDES: ACCESS TO THE TECH DATA PKG (TDP) FOR
                                          ENGINEERING SERVICES, ENGR CHG PROPOSALS (ECPS) &
                                          MODIFICATION WORK ORDERS (MWOS) FOR THE SYSTEM & ITS
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                                          TEST, MEAS & DIAGNOSTIC EQUIP (TMDE); UPDATES TO FIELD
                                          LEVEL MAINTENANCE MANUALS, REPAIR PARTS & SPECIAL
                                          TOOL LISTS, & DEPOT MAINTENANCE WORK REQUESTS.

        SMSL   SS    1998   OPEN          SUSTAINMENT SYSTEMS I SUPPORT (SSTS)-MISSILES
                                          SUSTAINMENT SYSTEMS TECHNICAL SUPPORT (SSTS) –
                                          MISSILE SYSTEMS IN SUPPORT OF THEATER MISSILE DEFENSE,
                                          AIR DEFENSE, FIELD ARTILLERY, MANUEVER LIGHT, & AVIATION
                                          EQUIP. ENGINEERING AND TECH SPT TO POST-PRODUCTION
                                          FIELDED WEAPON SYSTEMS. SSTS BEGINS THE FIRST FULL
                                          FISCAL YEAR AFTER THE LAST ITEM IS PRODUCED FROM THE
                                          PRODUCTION LINE. INCLUDES LOGISTIC ASSISTANCE REPS
                                          (LARS) AND USAMC ORGANIC INDUSTRIAL BASE ENGR & TECH
                                          SPT PERSONNEL. CONTINUES ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT
                                          MANUFACTURER (OEM) ENGINEERING, RELIABILITY, AND
                                          MAINTAINABILITY CONTRACTS ORIGINATED IN WEAPON
                                          SYSTEM RDA. OEM CONTRACTS PROVIDE: ACCESS TO THE
                                          TECH DATA PKG (TDP) FOR ENGINEERING SERVICES, ENGR
                                          CHG PROPOSALS (ECPS) & MODIFICATION WORK ORDERS
                                          (MWOS) FOR THE WPN SYS & ITS TEST, MEAS & DIAGNOSTIC
                                          EQUIP (TMDE); UPDATES TO FIELD LEVEL MAINTENANCE
                                          MANUALS, REPAIR PARTS & SPECIAL TOOL LISTS, & DEPOT
                                          MAINTENANCE WORK REQUESTS; CONTRACT ENGR & LOG
                                          TECH REPS (CETS/LETS).

        SOTH   SS    1998   OPEN          SUSTAINMENT SYSTEMS TECHNICAL SUPPORT-OTHER
                                          TECHNICAL SUPPORT PROGRAMS
                                          SUSTAINMENT SYSTEMS TECHNICAL SUPPORT (SSTS) – OTHER
                                          TECH SUPPORT PROGRAMS (NON-COMMODITY SPECIFIC).
                                          RESOURCES USAMC LOGISTICS SUPPORT ACTIVITY (LOGSA)
                                          TO RESOLVE SYSTEMIC SUSTAINMENT LOGISTICS
                                          ENGINEERING, PROVISIONING & INTEGRATED LOGISTICS
                                          ISSUES. FUNDS THE PUBLICATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF ALL
                                          POST-PRODUCTION WEAPON SYSTEMS TECHNICAL
                                          PUBLICATIONS. FUNDS US ARMY MATERIEL SYSTEMS
                                          ANALYSIS AGENCY (USAMSAA) EXECUTIVE AGENCY FOR THE
                                          SAMPLE DATA COLLECTION (SDC) PROGRAM TO INCLUDE THE
                                          FIELD EXERCISE DATA COLLECTION PROGRAM (FEDC), THE
                                          OPTIMUM STOCKAGE REQUIREMENTS ANALYSIS ACTIVITY
                                          PROGRAM (OSWRAP), AND THE ARMY WAR RESERVE
                                          REQUIREMENTS ANALYSIS PROGRAM (AWRAP) WHICH
                                          DETERMINE TOTAL ARMY STOCKAGE REQUIREMENTS AND
                                          FORM THE BASIS FOR VELOCITY MANAGEMENT & O&S COST
                                          REDUCTION INITIATIVES.


SP**           SS                         PROGRAM EXECUTIVE OFFICE SUSTAINING SYSTEMS
                                          (INTENSIVELY MANAGED)

        SPAR   SS    2002   OPEN          READINESS SPARE PARTS
                                          THE READINESS SPARES REQUIREMENT IS FOR THOSE PARTS
                                          THAT DIRECTLY IMPACT THE ARMY‘S CAPABILITY TO SUSTAIN
                                          UNITS AS THEY DEPLOY AND THE TIMELY EXECUTION OF THE
                                          RECAPITALIZATION (RECAP) PROGRAM. REQUIREMENTS ARE
                                          NON-RECURRING BUT IF NOT FUNDED IN THE CURRENT FISCAL
                                          YEAR, THEY WILL ROLL FORWARD INTO THE NEXT FISCAL
                                          YEAR. THE FOLLOWING ORDER IS THE PRIORITY FOR SPARES
                                          FUNDING: 1) STRATEGIC SUSTAINMENT, 2) RECAP, 3) ASL
                                          ROUND OUT PACKAGES. FUNDING FOR ALL THREE OF THESE
                                          SPARES PROGRAMS DIRECTLY SUPPORTS ARMY READINESS.
                                          THE OBJECTIVE OF THE READINESS SPARES PROGRAM IS TO
                                          AUTHORIZE, ACQUIRE, PREPOSITION, PRE-STOCK, AND
                                          MAINTAIN IN SERVICEABLE, READY TO USE CONDITION, ALL
                                          SPARE PARTS NEEDED TO SUPPORT THE WARTIME ACTIVITIES
                                          SPECIFIED IN THE WAR AND MOBILIZATION PLAN. THIS
                                          OBJECTIVE SUPPORTS THE ARMY‘S TITLE 10 RESPONSIBILITIES
                                          AND THE NATIONAL MILITARY STRATEGY IN CONSONANCE
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                                          WITH GUIDANCE ISSUED BY THE OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY
                                          OF DEFENSE. READINESS SPARE PARTS HAS
                                          CONGRESSIONAL AND OSD INTEREST AND VISIBILITY. GAO
                                          RECENTLY CONDUCTED AN AUDIT ON SPARE PARTS
                                          SHORTAGES IN THE ARMY, AND CONGRESS HAS TASKED OSD
                                          TO HAVE AN INDEPENDENT STUDY OF DOD SECONDARY
                                          INVENTORY AND PARTS SHORTAGES. ADDITIONALLY, THE
                                          HOUSE APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE SECURITY AND
                                          INVESTIGATIONS OFFICE HAS PERFORMED TWO
                                          ASSESSMENTS OF THE CAPABILITY OF ARMY ASLS TO SUSTAIN
                                          UNITS DURING INITIAL DEPLOYMENTS WITH UNFAVORABLE
                                          RESULTS.

        SSSS   SS    1998   OPEN          SUSTAINMENT SYSTEMS TECHNICAL SUPPORT-SOLDIER
                                          SUPPORT SYSTEMS
                                          SUSTAINMENT SYSTEMS TECHNICAL SUPPORT (SSTS) –
                                          SOLDIER SUPPORT SYSTEMS – DEPLOYABLE MEDICAL, FIELD
                                          FEEDING, HYGIENE, SHELTERS, NBC, AND REFRIGERATION.
                                          ENGINEERING AND TECH SPT TO POST-PRODUCTION FIELDED
                                          WEAPON SYSTEMS. SSTS BEGINS THE FIRST FULL FISCAL
                                          YEAR AFTER THE LAST ITEM IS PRODUCED FROM THE
                                          PRODUCTION LINE. INCLUDES LOGISTIC ASSISTANCE REPS
                                          (LARS), USAMC ORGANIC INDUSTRIAL BASE ENGR & TECH SPT
                                          PERSONNEL & LIMITED CONTRACT SUPPORT. PERFORMS
                                          ENGINEERING, RELIABILITY, AND MAINTAINABILITY FUNCTIONS
                                          TO ENSURE SOLDIER SUPPORT NEEDS ARE MET. PROVIDES:
                                          ACCESS TO THE TECH DATA PKG (TDP) FOR ENGINEERING
                                          SERVICES, ENGR CHG PROPOSALS (ECPS) & MODIFICATION
                                          WORK ORDERS (MWOS) FOR THE SYSTEM & ITS TEST, MEAS &
                                          DIAGNOSTIC EQUIP (TMDE); UPDATES TO FIELD LEVEL
                                          MAINTENANCE MANUALS, REPAIR PARTS & SPECIAL TOOL
                                          LISTS, & DEPOT MAINTENANCE WORK REQUESTS.

        STAC   SS    1998   OPEN          SUSTAINMENT SYSTEMS TECHNICAL SUPPORT-TACTICAL &
                                          COMBAT VEHICLES, WATERCRAFT, RAIL, BRIDGING
                                          SUSTAINMENT SYSTEMS TECHNICAL SUPPORT (SSTS) –
                                          TACTICAL & COMBAT VEHICLES, WATERCRAFT, RAIL,
                                          BRIDGING, MATERIEL HANDLING EQUIP, ENGINEER EQUIP, &
                                          PETROLEUM, WATER, LUBRICANT SYSTEMS. ENGINEERING
                                          AND TECH SPT TO POST-PRODUCTION FIELDED WEAPON
                                          SYSTEMS. SSTS BEGINS THE FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR AFTER
                                          THE LAST ITEM IS PRODUCED FROM THE PRODUCTION LINE.
                                          INCLUDES LOGISTIC ASSISTANCE REPS (LARS) AND USAMC
                                          ORGANIC INDUSTRIAL BASE ENGR & TECH SPT PERSONNEL.
                                          CONTINUES ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURER (OEM)
                                          ENGINEERING, RELIABILITY, AND MAINTAINABILITY CONTRACTS
                                          ORIGINATED IN WEAPON SYSTEM RDA. OEM CONTRACTS
                                          PROVIDE: ACCESS TO THE TECH DATA PKG (TDP) FOR
                                          ENGINEERING SERVICES, ENGR CHG PROPOSALS (ECPS) &
                                          MODIFICATION WORK ORDERS (MWOS) FOR THE WPN SYS &
                                          ITS TEST, MEAS & DIAGNOSTIC EQUIP (TMDE); UPDATES TO
                                          FIELD LEVEL MAINTENANCE MANUALS, REPAIR PARTS &
                                          SPECIAL TOOL LISTS, & DEPOT MAINTENANCE WORK
                                          REQUESTS; CONTRACT ENGR & LOG TECH REPS (CETS/LETS).

V***           SS                         SPECIAL VISIBILITY PROGRAMS

        VALT   SS    2002   OPEN          ARMY LOGISTICS TRANSFORMATION
                                          FUNDS MISSION SUPPORT TO ODCS, G4 REQUIREMENTS TO
                                          MANAGE, INTEGRATE, AND SYNCHRONIZE ARMY LOGISTICS
                                          TRANSFORMATION TO ACHIEVE THE ARMY VISION‘S MANDATE
                                          OF ENHANCED DEPLOYMENT, REDUCTION OF THE LOGISTICS
                                          FOOTPRINT, AND REDUCTION IN LOGISTICS COSTS WITHOUT
                                          JEOPARDIZING READINESS AND JOINT WARFIGHTING. FUNDS
                                          IDENTIFICATION, DEVELOPMENT, AND DEMONSTRATION OF
                                          SOLUTION SETS TO MEET MOBILITY, DEPLOYABILITY, AND
                                          SUSTAINMENT CHALLENGES IDENTIFIED IN LINE OF OPERATION
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                                          NINE, ARMY TRANSFORMATION CAMPAIGN PLAN, AND
                                          MANEUVER SUSTAINMENT FOR THE OBJECTIVE FORCE. THESE
                                          REQUIREMENTS AND INITIATIVES REPRESENT CRITICAL
                                          COMPONENTS OUTLINED IN THE OBJECTIVE FORCE WHITE
                                          PAPER FUNCTIONAL ANNEX, AND CONSIST OF A JOINT
                                          LOGISTICS CORPORATE ENTERPRISE, DISTRIBUTION BASED
                                          LOGISTICS, DEMAND REDUCTION, AND PERFORMANCE BASED
                                          LOGISTICS. EACH IS CRITICAL TO THE ARMY‘S DEVELOPMENT,
                                          AND INTEGRATION OF THE ARMY KNOWLEDGE ENTERPRISE
                                          ARCHITECTURE AND OBJECTIVE FORCE ENTERPRISE
                                          ARCHITECTURE. FUNDS IDENTIFICATION, INSERTION, AND
                                          INTEGRATION OF TECHNOLOGIES THAT IMPROVE LOGISTICS
                                          EFFICIENCY, REDUCE FUEL, POWER AND MUNITIONS
                                          REQUIREMENTS, AND IMPROVE RESPONSIVENESS FROM THE
                                          SUSTAINING BASE TO THE TACTICAL BATTLESPACE. FUNDS
                                          ENABLERS REQUIRED FOR A COMMON LOGISTICS OPERATING
                                          ENVIRONMENT, DII PILOT PROJECTS AS DIRECTED BY OSD IN
                                          CONJUNCTION WITH THE SERVICES, AND DEVELOPMENT AND
                                          DEMONSTRATION OF CONCEPTS FOR TACTICAL LOGISTICS
                                          REPLENISHMENT IN THE UNIT OF ACTION AND UNIT OF
                                          EMPLOYMENT BATTLESPACE. FUNDS ENABLERS LINKED TO
                                          DOD‘S FUTURE LOGISTICS ENTERPRISE, IMPROVED LIFE CYCLE
                                          WEAPON SYSTEM MANAGEMENT, AND REDUCTION IN TOTAL
                                          OWNERSHIP COSTS.

        VFMS   SS    1991   OPEN          TECHNOLOGY EXPORT CONTROL
                                          FUNDS ARMY MANPOWER AND ASSOCIATED COSTS TO
                                          EXECUTE DA- AND DOD-DIRECTED MISSIONS SUPPORTING:
                                          EXPORT CONTROL OF ARMY MANAGED ITEMS AND
                                          TECHNOLOGIES; ASSESSMENT OF FOREIGN TECHNOLOGIES;
                                          ARMY PARTICIPATION IN DOD-SPONSORED AIR AND TRADE
                                          SHOWS; CONDUCT OF PRESIDENTIAL DRAWDOWNS;
                                          RECOVERY OF USG INVESTMENT IN ARMY DEVELOPED ITEMS;
                                          SUPPORT TO SPECIAL LITIGATION REGARDING FMS; AND,
                                          PAYMENT OF WAIVED FEES TO DFAS.

        VLCA   SS    1991   OPEN          LOGISTICS CIVIL AUGMENTATION PROGRAM (LOGCAP)
                                          PROGRAM EXPANDED TO COVER ALL ASPECTS OF CIVIL
                                          AUGMENTATION INCLUDING CONTRACTORS ACCOMPANYING
                                          THE FORCE (CAF). LOGCAP IS IDENTIFIED AS A LOGISTICS
                                          TRANSFORMATION FORCE SUSTAINMENT ENABLER. LOGCAP
                                          PROVIDES THE ARMY WITH A FOCAL POINT FOR
                                          CONTRACTORS ACCOMPANYING THE FORCE, PROVIDES
                                          POLICY, DIRECTION AND DOCTRINAL INPUT. PM LOGCAP
                                          PROVIDES OVERSIGHT OF NEW CAF AND CIVILIAN
                                          AUGMENTATION ISSUES. PROVIDES COMMANDERS WITH
                                          ADDITIONAL OPTIONS TO MEET LOGISTICS AUGMENTATION
                                          NEEDS. THE USAMC CONTRACT PROVIDES A CONTRACTOR,
                                          WORLD-WIDE MANAGEMENT PLAN, 24-HOUR RESPONSE
                                          CAPABILITY, AND A WORLD-WIDE VENDOR DATABASE. THE
                                          CONTRACT ALSO PROVIDES PRE-PLANNING, EVENT
                                          EXECUTION, FTX/CPX PARTICIPATION AND SPECIAL STUDIES.
                                          LOGCAP TAKES ADVANTAGE OF GLOBAL AND REGIONAL
                                          CORPORATE ASSETS AND CIVILIAN EXPERTISE TO MEET
                                          MACOM/COCOM AUGMENTATION REQUIREMENTS.

        VTSS   SS    1991   OPEN          SUBSISTENCE SUPPORT PROGRAMS
                                          PROVIDES RESOURCES FOR EXECUTION OF THE DOD COMBAT
                                          FEEDING PROGRAM THROUGH NATICK SOLDIER CENTER;
                                          EXECUTION OF THE ARMY G-4 FOOD SERVICE PROGRAM
                                          THROUGH THE ARMY CENTER OF EXCELLENCE, SUBSISTENCE
                                          (ACES); SUSTAINMENT OF THE SOFTWARE THAT OPERATES
                                          THE ARMY FOOD MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
                                          (AFMIS); AND PURCHASE OF DINING FACILITY EQUIPMENT FOR
                                          MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, ARMY PROJECTS.

        VWPF   SS    1991   OPEN          ODCS G-4 TRANSFORMATION SUPPORT
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                                          FUNDS LOGISTICS PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SUPPORT
                                          FUNCTIONS INTO OBJECTIVE FORCE DEVELOPMENT AND
                                          LEGACY/INTERIM FORCE SUSTAINMENT. VWPF FUNDS
                                          RESOURCES TO SEAMLESSLY IMPLEMENT THE G-4S UNIT SET
                                          MODERNIZATION STRATEGY AND INTEGRATE POLICY IN
                                          SUPPORT OF THE CSA‘S TRANSFORMATION TO THE OBJECTIVE
                                          FORCE. PROVIDES RESOURCES FOR RESEARCH, ANALYTICAL,
                                          PROCESS IMPROVEMENT, AND PROGRAM MANAGEMENT
                                          SUPPORT FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF THE ARMY VISION
                                          THROUGH LINE OF OPERATION 9 OF THE TRANSFORMATION
                                          CAMPAIGN PLAN (TCP). RESOURCES DISTRIBUTION
                                          MANAGEMENT TEAM FOR LOGISTICS ANALYSIS THAT FINDS
                                          AND ELIMINATES NON-VALUE ADDED PROCESSES THAT DELAY
                                          THE ARMY‘S SUPPLY CHAIN – PROVIDING A MORE MOBILE AND
                                          EFFICIENT LOGISTICS SYSTEM FOR THE WARFIGHTER.
                                          PROVIDES MANPOWER FOR THE MANAGEMENT, COLLECTION,
                                          DEVELOPMENT, MAINTENANCE, VALIDATION, REVIEW, AND
                                          DISSEMINATION OF ARMY LOGISTICS PLANNING FACTORS,
                                          CONSUMPTION RATES AND DATA. FUNDS THE G-4‘S
                                          PARTICIPATION IN FOCUSED LOGISTICS WARGAME DESIGNED
                                          TO RESOLVE JOINT LOGISTICS ISSUES BY IDENTIFYING NEW
                                          TECHNOLOGIES, DOCTRINE CHANGES, AND POM SUBMISSIONS.
                                          PROVIDES FUNDING TO MANAGE, PUBLISH AND DISTRIBUTE
                                          THE ARMY LOGISTICIAN PUBLICATION.

        VWR1   SS    1994   OPEN          ARMY PREPOSITIONED STOCKS (APS-1/CONUS)
                                          VWR1 PROVIDES FUNDING FOR ARMY OPERATIONAL
                                          PROJECTS STORED IN THE CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES
                                          (CONUS) TO SUPPORT BOTH CONUS AND OCONUS MISSION
                                          REQUIREMENTS. THESE STOCKS ARE STORED IN DLA AND AMC
                                          DEPOTS AND AT POSTS, CAMPS, AND STATIONS. VWR1 FUNDS
                                          PERSONNEL, STORAGE, TRANSPORTATION, SERVICE
                                          CONTRACTS, SYSTEM SUPPORT, TRAINING AND RELATED
                                          ADMINISTRATIVE AND MATERIEL MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS
                                          ASSOCIATED WITH STORAGE AND CARE OF SUPPLIES IN
                                          STORAGE. THIS MDEP ALSO SUPPORTS THE OPERATIONS OF
                                          FIELD SUPPORT COMMAND (FSC) THAT PROVIDES WORLDWIDE
                                          COMMAND AND CONTROL OF THE ARMY MATERIEL COMMAND‘S
                                          ARMY PREPOSITIONED STOCKS (APS) OPERATIONS.

        VWR2   SS    1993   OPEN          ARMY PREPOSITIONED STOCKS (APS-2/EUROPE)
                                          VWR2 FUNDS OPERATIONS AND SUPPORT COSTS FOR APS-2,
                                          WHICH CURRENTLY CONSISTS OF 3 BRIGADES, 1 FIELD
                                          ARTILLERY BATTALION (FOR THE NATO COMPOSITE FORCE),
                                          USAREUR IMMEDIATE READY FORCE, OPERATIONAL
                                          PROJECTS, AND MEDICAL SETS, KITS AND OUTFITS STORED IN
                                          EUROPE. INCLUDES WAR RESERVE STOCKS FOR ALLIES-
                                          ISRAEL. AT ARMY‘S REQUEST, USAREUR PROPOSED A
                                          BRIGADE-MINUS CONFIGURATION SPECIFICALLY TAILORED TO
                                          SUPPORT EUCOM CONTINGENCY REQUIREMENTS. THE ARMY
                                          LEADERSHIP APPROVED THE RECONFIGURATION ON 11 DEC
                                          01. EXCESS APS-2 EQUIPMENT IS NOW BEING USED TO
                                          ENHANCE COMBAT POWER AND IMPROVE READINESS IN APS-3,
                                          APS-4 AND APS-5 SETS. ON 27 SEP 01, CSA DIRECTED
                                          ACCELERATED FILL OF APS-5 AND APS-3 SHORTAGES.

        VWR3   SS    1994   OPEN          ARMY PREPOSITIONED STOCKS (APS-3/AFLOAT)
                                          ESSENTIAL ARMY PREPOSITIONED STOCKS (AFLOAT) TO
                                          SUPPORT WARFIGHTING REQUIREMENTS, OPERATIONS, AND
                                          SUPPORT ASSOCIATED WITH MAINTAINING READINESS OF
                                          THREE EACH 1 X 1 BRIGADE SETS, AND OPERATIONAL
                                          PROJECTS / SUSTAINMENT STOCKS ABOARD THREE ARMY
                                          REGIONAL FLOTILLAS, STRATEGICALLY STATIONED TO
                                          PROVIDE A FLEXIBLE RESPONSE OPTION TO CONTINGENCIES
                                          IN CRITICAL REGIONS.

        VWR4   SS    1993   OPEN          ARMY PREPOSITIONED STOCKS (APS-4/KOREA/JAPAN/HAWAII
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                                          VWR4 FUNDS OPERATIONS AND SUPPORT FOR A COMBAT
                                          BRIGADE SET (STORED IN KOREA), 5 HOSPITAL SETS (JAPAN
                                          AND KOREA), SECTIONS OF 9 OPERATIONAL PROJECTS
                                          (STORED IN KOREA, JAPAN/OKINAWA, HAWAII AND CONUS),
                                          MUNITIONS (KOREA AND JAPAN), PREPOSITIONED
                                          WATERCRAFT (JAPAN), AND SUSTAINMENT STOCKS (KOREA
                                          AND JAPAN). INCLUDES WAR RESERVE STOCKS FOR ALLIES-
                                          KOREA STORED IN KOREA AND JAPAN; THESE ARE U.S.-OWNED
                                          STOCKS THAT ARE INTENDED FOR TRANSFER TO ROK VIA FMS
                                          CASE IN THE EVENT OF A NATIONAL EMERGENCY.

        VWR5   SS    2000   OPEN          ARMY PREPOSITONED STOCKS (APS-5/SWA)
                                          VWR5 FUNDS OPERATIONS AND SUPPORT COSTS ASSOCIATED
                                          WITH ONE COMBAT BRIGADE SET IN KUWAIT, SUPPORTING
                                          CS/CSS UNITS INCLUDING THEATER OPENING CAPABILITY
                                          (QATAR), 2 HOSPITAL SETS (QATAR), OPERATIONAL PROJECTS,
                                          SUPPORTING MUNITIONS, PREPOSITIONED WATERCRAFT, AND
                                          MAJOR AND SECONDARY ITEM SUSTAINMENT STOCKS. ALSO
                                          PROVIDES FUNDING FOR THE ARMY‘S PORTION OF THE
                                          BAHRAIN LEASE AND OMAN ACCESS FEE FOR USE OF
                                          STORAGE FACILITIES IN THESE COUNTRIES.

        VWSI   SS    2000   OPEN          WAR RESERVE SECONDARY ITEMS
                                          ARMY WAR RESERVE SECONDARY ITEMS ARE THE WARTIME
                                          SUSTAINMENT PIECE OF THE ARMY PREPOSITIONED STOCKS
                                          (APS) PROGRAM. THESE STOCKS ARE PURCHASED IN
                                          PEACETIME TO MEET THE WARTIME STRATEGIC PLANNING
                                          GUIDANCE (SPG) REQUIREMENTS TO SUSTAIN THE DEPLOYED
                                          FORCES IN THEATER UNTIL NORMAL RE-SUPPLY OPERATIONS
                                          AND SEA LINES OF COMMUNICATION ARE ESTABLISHED. VWSI
                                          REPRESENTS REQUIREMENT FOR SUPPLY CLASS I, II, III(P), IV,
                                          VIII AND IX TO SUPPORT THE WAR FIGHT. IT ALSO INCLUDES
                                          AUTHORIZED STOCKAGE LIST (ASL) AND PRESCRIBED LOAD
                                          LIST (PLL) FOR THE 6 PREPOSITIONED COMBAT BRIGADE SETS
                                          IN EUROPE, KOREA AND PREPOSITIONED AFLOAT. ALSO
                                          INCLUDED ARE 9 HOSPITAL SETS, 10 MINIMAL CARE UNITS AND
                                          THE REQUIREMENT FOR 14 ARMY OPERATIONAL PROJECT
                                          STOCKS.

        XCAP   SS    1997   OPEN          CHEMICAL ACTIVITY PACIFIC
                                          RESOURCES OPERATIONS FOR US ARMY CHEMICAL ACTIVITY,
                                          PACIFIC (USACAP) IAW PUBLIC LAW 99-145 AND CHEMICAL
                                          WEAPONS TREATY PROGRAM. FUNDS ARE USED TO STORE,
                                          SERVICE, MAINTAIN FOR SAFETY, AND TRANSPORT
                                          STOCKPILED CHEMICAL WEAPONS TO DISPOSAL FACILITY ON
                                          JOHNSTON ISLAND.


Z***           SS                         STRUCTURE REALIGNMENT COSTS AND SAVINGS (SHORT
                                          TERM PROJECT)

        ZMFM   SS    1999   2005          REIMBURSABLE GS COMPONENT REPAIR
                                          PROVIDES THE PERSONNEL AND FUNDING TO SUPPORT GS
                                          COMPONENT REPAIR FOR REPAIR AND RETURN TO THE
                                          SUPPLY SYSTEM UNDER SSF. CONTAINS ALL OPERATING
                                          FUNDS, TO INCLUDE PAY OF PERSONNEL, TDY, SUPPLIES,
                                          EQUIPMENT, CONTRACTS, ETC., FOR THEATER AND REGIONAL
                                          SUSTAINMENT MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT OFFICES
                                          (TSMM/RSMM), LOCAL SUSTAINMENT MAINTENANCE
                                          MANAGEMENT (LSMM) PERSONNEL WHO SPEND MORE THAN
                                          50% OF THEIR TIME ON GS COMPONENT REPAIR, ALL TDA
                                          MILITARY AND CIVILIAN MANPOWER PERFORMING GS
                                          COMPONENT MAINTENANCE, AND THAT PART OF GS
                                          COMPONENT MAINTENANCE PERFORMED UNDER CONTRACT.
                                          FUNDING ALSO INCLUDES THE TRANSPORTATION, PACKING,
                                          HANDLING, AND CRATING COSTS FOR MOVING COMPONENTS
                                          TO AND FROM INSTALLATION/THEATER MAINTENANCE SITES.
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                                          (THIS MDEP IS FOR PROGRAMMING AND BUDGETING
                                          PURPOSES AND IS NOT TO BE USED BY ACCOUNTING.)

        ZSFM   SS    1999   2011          REIMBURSABLE AWCF SUPPLY OPERATIONS
                                          NO NARRATIVE PROVIDED. (THIS MDEP IS FOR PROGRAMMING
                                          AND BUDGETING PURPOSES AND IS NOT TO BE USED BY
                                          ACCOUNTING.)

        ZSIG   SS    2006   OPEN          SS PEG IGPBS INCREMENTAL COSTS
                                          TO CAPTURE INCREMENTAL COSTS IN SS PEG OF INTEGRATED
                                          GLOBAL PRESENCE AND BASING STUDY REALIGNMENTS.

        ZZMF   SS    2001   2011          SSF MACOM WEDGE FOR ZMFM (REIMB GS COMPOPONENT
                                          REPAIR) (THIS MDEP IS FOR PROGRAMMING AND BUDGETING
                                          PURPOSES AND IS NOT TO BE USED FOR ACCOUNTING,)
                                          NO NARRATIVE PROVIDED.

        ZZSF   SS    2001   2004          SSF MACOM WEDGE FOR ZSFM (REIMB AWCF SUP OPNS) (THIS
                                          MDEP IS FOR PROGRAMMING AND BUDGETING PURPOSES AND
                                          IS NOT TO BE USED FOR ACCOUNTING,)
                                          NATIONAL MAINTENANCE PROGRAM (NMP)/SINGLE STOCK
                                          FUND (SSF) INITIATIVE. THE SSF IS A HQDA INITIATIVE TO
                                          IMPROVE AND STREAMLINE THE ARMY‘S LOGISTICS AND
                                          FINANCIAL SYSTEMS THROUGH REENGINEERING OF
                                          INVENTORY MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS AND ASSOCIATED
                                          FINANCIAL PROCESSES. THE NMP COMPLEMENTS THE SSF
                                          INITIATIVE. THE NMP WILL CENTRALIZE MANAGEMENT OF ALL
                                          ARMY WORKING CAPITAL FUND SUPPLY MANAGEMENT, ARMY
                                          (AWCF SMA) MAINTENANCE DECISIONS AND ACTIVITIES IN
                                          SUPPORT OF AWCF SMA. THIS ENCOMPASSES MAINTENANCE
                                          OF ALL SECONDARY ITEMS THAT THE ARMY MANAGES. THE
                                          NMP ALSO ESTABLISHES A SINGLE NATIONAL MAINTENANCE
                                          MANAGER – THE ARMY MATERIEL COMMAND (AMC).
                                          ASSOCIATED LOGISTICS ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS PROVIDE
                                          SUPPLY, MAINTENANCE, AND READINESS ENHANCEMENTS IN
                                          THEATERS OF OPERATIONS THROUGH ON THE GROUND
                                          REPRESENTATIVES FROM U.S. ARMY MATERIEL COMMAND
                                          (AMC).




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                                          TT TRAINING

AM**           TT                         MAINTENANCE ACTIVITIES

        AMAS   TT    1990   OPEN          FIXED WING LIFE CYCLE CONTRACT SUPPORT
                                          AMAS PROVIDES MAINTENANCE SUPPORT SERVICES FOR ALL
                                          PM MANAGED ACTIVE, RESERVE AND NATIONAL GUARD ARMY
                                          FIXED WING AIRCRAFT. CIVILIAN CONTRACT PERSONNEL
                                          PROVIDE ALL FUNCTIONS AND LEVELS OF MAINTENANCE
                                          SUPPORT FOR THE C-12, RC-12, UC-35, C-37, C-20, C-26, AND C-
                                          23 AIRCRAFT. IT DOES NOT INCLUDE THE MAINTENANCE OF
                                          MISSION EQUIPMENT FOR THE SEMA AIRCRAFT.
                                          SPECIFICALLY, AMAS PROVIDES FOR ROUTINE MAINTENANCE;
                                          BASE OPS SUPPORT; SUPPLIES & SERVICES (CONTRACT TERM
                                          FOR SITE LABOR); CONTRACT DEPOT LABOR; PROGRAMMATIC
                                          & TECHNICAL SUPPORT; HOT SECTION & AIRCRAFT CONDITION
                                          INSPECTIONS; PAINTING; LANDING GEAR; PROPELLER &
                                          ENGINE OVERHAULS; OVER AND ABOVE (UN-FORECASTED)
                                          MAINTENANCE; PARTS & MATERIALS TO ENSURE THAT THE
                                          AIRCRAFT ARE SAFE AND MISSION CAPABLE.


AR**           TT                         US ARMY RESERVE (USAR)

        ARFU   TT    1992   2009          USAR FULL TIME SUPPORT
                                          PROVIDES FOR FULL TIME SUPPORT (FTS) CIVILIAN
                                          PERSONNEL AT MAJOR USAR COMMAND HQS AND BELOW.

        ARP2   TT    1993   OPEN          USAR SURFACE OPTEMPO
                                          PAYS FOR USAR DIRECT GROUND OPTEMPO FOR POL, REPAIR
                                          PARTS (CLASS IX), AND DEPOT LEVEL REPAIRABLES. PAYS
                                          FOR INDIRECT GROUND OPTEMPO FOR CONTRACTUAL
                                          SERVICES AND SUPPLIES FOR AT/IDT. PROCUREMENT OF
                                          OCIE, AND CLASS II, IV, AND VIII. PROVIDES TRAVEL AND
                                          TRANSPORTATION FOR UNITS DURING AT AND IDT. PAYS FOR
                                          MAINTENANCE MILITARY TECHNICIANS.

E***           TT                         ENGINEER REVITALIZATION ACTIVITIES
        EMAP   TT    1992   OPEN          TERRAIN & TOPOGRAPHIC SUPPORT
                                          PROVIDES ARMY-SPECIFIC GEOSPATIAL INFORMATION
                                          PRODUCTS AND SERVICES NOT PRODUCED BY THE NATIONAL
                                          IMAGERY AND MAPPING AGENCY (NIMA). THESE PRODUCTS
                                          AND SERVICES ARE BEYOND THE ORGANIC CAPABILITIES, AND
                                          IN SUPPORT OF, ARMY FIELD UNITS. EXAMPLES INCLUDE
                                          TERRAIN ANALYSIS, TERRAIN AND BATTLEFIELD
                                          VISUALIZATION, COMMERCIAL IMAGERY ACQUISITION AND
                                          ANALYSIS, WATER DETECTION AND TECHNICAL SUPPORT TO
                                          THE ARMY.

FA**           TT                         FIELD OPERATING AGENCIES

        FAJC   TT    2002   OPEN          JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL CORPS LEADER DEVELOPMENT
                                          TRAINING
                                          RESOURCES THE OPERATING COSTS FOR THE JUDGE
                                          ADVOCATE GENERAL‘S SCHOOL TO SUPPORT LEADER
                                          DEVELOPMENT TRAINING. PROVIDES FUNDING FOR THE
                                          JUDGE ADVOCATE OFFICER GRADUATE COURSE, WARRANT
                                          OFFICER ADVANCED COURSE, AND SELECT LEADER
                                          DEVELOPMENT AND SKILLS TRAINING COURSES.

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        FAJM   TT    2002   OPEN          JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL CORPS MILITARY OCCUPATIONAL
                                          SPECIALITY QUALIFICATION
                                          RESOURCES THE OPERATING COSTS FOR THE JUDGE
                                          ADVOCATE GENERAL‘S SCHOOL TO SUPPORT MILITARY
                                          OCCUPATIONAL SPECIALTY (MOS) QUALIFICATION. PROVIDES
                                          FUNDING FOR THE JUDGE ADVOCATE OFFICER BASIC COURSE,
                                          WARRANT OFFICER BASIC COURSE, MILITARY JUDGE COURSE
                                          AND ENLISTED COURT REPORTER COURSE.

        FAJS   TT    1991   OPEN          CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION AND JUDGE ADVOCATE
                                          GENERAL SCHOOL ACTIVITIES
                                          RESOURCES THE RESIDENT AND NON-RESIDENT
                                          PROFESSIONAL LEGAL AND RELATED EDUCATION FOR THE
                                          ARMY; LEGAL RESEARCH; AND DEVELOPMENT OF LEGAL
                                          DOCTRINE, FORCE STRUCTURE, MATERIAL AND TRAINING
                                          REQUIREMENTS FOR THE JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL‘S
                                          CORPS. SUPPORTS THE JAG CORPS IN THE FIELD. PROVIDES
                                          FUNDING FOR THE ARMY LAW LIBRARY SERVICE (ALLS), WHICH
                                          PURCHASES AND DISTRIBUTES LAW MATERIALS TO OVER 220
                                          LIBRARIES WORLDWIDE.

        FAWC   TT    1991   OPEN          US ARMY WAR COLLOEGE
                                          RESOURCES THE U.S. ARMY WAR COLLEGE‘S CORE MISSIONS
                                          OF EDUCATION, STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS, AND
                                          RESEARCH AND PUBLICATION. FUNDING SUPPORTS THE
                                          SENIOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTION‘S
                                          RESIDENT EDUCATION, DISTANCE EDUCATION AND GENERAL
                                          OFFICER CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSES; CENTER FOR
                                          STRATEGIC LEADERSHIP; STRATEGIC STUDIES INSTITUTE;
                                          PEACEKEEPING AND STABILITY OPERATIONS INSTITUTE; AND
                                          ARMY HERITAGE AND EDUCATION CENTER.

GP**           TT                         NATIONAL FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE PROGRAM

        GPCI   TT    2002   OPEN          ARMY COUNTER-INTELLIGENCE
                                          COUNTERINTELLIGENCE (CI), HUMAN INTELLIGENCE (HUMINT),
                                          AND OTHER INTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES WHICH SUPPORT
                                          FORCE PROTECTION, TECHNOLOGY PROTECTION, AND
                                          INFRASTRUCTURE PROTECTION WHICH INCLUDE THOSE THAT
                                          SUPPORT HOME LAND DEFENSE AND SECURITY, THE EFFORTS
                                          AGAINST TERRORISM, AND ARMY TRANSFORMATION.
                                          SUPPORTS THE FULL RANGE OF CI, HUMINT, AND OTHER
                                          INTELLIGENCE RELATED ACTIVITIES TAKEN TO PRESERVE THE
                                          COMBAT POWER OF THE FORCE, PROTECT PERSONNEL,
                                          SAFEGUARD DEFENSE SYSTEMS AND INFORMATION
                                          NETWORKS, CRITICAL PHYSICAL AND CYBER
                                          INFRASTRUCTURE, AND TECHNICAL DATA IN THE ACQUISITION
                                          PROCESS.

        GPIR   TT    2002   OPEN          INTELLIGENCE READINESS
                                          MAINTAINS ARMY INTELLIGENCE READINESS THROUGH
                                          TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES WHICH SUSTAIN HIGHLY
                                          PERISHABLE MILITARY INTELLIGENCE SKILLS. ACHIEVES
                                          READINESS THROUGH THE READINESS TRAINING PROGRAM
                                          (REDTRAIN) AND THE ARMY RESERVE COMPONENTS
                                          INTELLIGENCE PROGRAM (ARCIP). REDTRAIN PRODUCES
                                          TRAINED MI SOLDIERS BY SUPPORTING LIVE ENVIRONMENT
                                          TRAINING INDIVIDUAL MI TECHNICAL SKILLS, CERTIFICATION IN
                                          SPECIFIC INTELLIGENCE DISCIPLINES, SYSTEMS, AND
                                          EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES. REDTRAIN ALSO TRAINS TACTICAL
                                          HUMINT AND CI SOLDIERS TO PROVIDE MORE RELEVANT,
                                          TIMELY REPORTING WHICH IS CROSS CUED WITH OTHER
                                          COLLECTORS ON THE BATTLE-SPACE ARCIP PROVIDES.

        GPIS   TT    2002   OPEN          INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT TO OPERATIONS
                                          PROVIDES CRITICAL INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT TO TACTICAL
                                          LEVEL AND ARMY COMPONENT COMMANDERS BY ENABLING
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                                          THE ARMY TO LEVERAGE NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE SYSTEMS,
                                          CONDUCT TACTICAL INTELLIGENCE COLLECTIONS AND
                                          SATCOM DISSEMINATION, REGULARLY ACCESS STRATEGIC
                                          LEVEL IMAGERY FOR TRAINING AND OPERATIONAL USE,
                                          PROVIDE CONNECTIVITY TO THE STRATEGIC INTELLIGENCE
                                          COMMUNITY, AND EXPLOIT OPEN SOURCE DOCUMENTS WITHIN
                                          THE USARPAC AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY.


HS**           TT                         HEALTH SERVICES/MEDICAL ACTIVITIES

        HSDP   TT    1991   OPEN          USAR MEDICAL REGIONAL TRAINING SITES
                                          PROVIDES FOR MEDICAL RTS THAT SUPPORT SPECIALIZED
                                          MEDICAL TRAINING AND AREA BIOMEDICAL REPAIR SUPPORT.
                                          INCLUDES TRAINING AT THE INDIVIDUAL, COLLECTIVE, AND
                                          UNIT LEVELS. COURSES INCLUDE COMBAT LIFESAVING,
                                          COMBAT CAUSUALTY, ADVANCED TRAUMA LIFE SUPPORT, ETC.

J***           TT                         JOINT/DOD ACTIVITIES

        JATT   TT    2006   OPEN          JOINT ARMY TRAINING TRANSFORMATION
                                          RESOURCES IMPLEMENTATION OF THE DOD TRAINING
                                          TRANSFORMATION (T2) PROGRAM. T2 EXPANDS JOINT
                                          WARFIGHTER CAPABILITIES IN SUPPORT OF NATIONAL
                                          SECURITY REQUIREMENTS ACROSS THE FULL SPECTRUM OF
                                          JOINT, INTERAGENCY, INTERGOVERNMENTAL, AND
                                          MULTINATIONAL OPERATIONS. T2 HAS THREE DOMAINS: THE
                                          JOINT NATIONAL TRAINING CAPABILITY (JNTC), THE JOINT
                                          KNOWLEDGE DEVELOPMENT AND DISTRIBUTION CAPABILITY
                                          (JKDDC), AND THE JOINT ASSESSMENT AND ENABLING
                                          CAPABILITY (JAEC). JNTC SUPPORTS THE TRANSFORMATION
                                          OF JOINT COLLECTIVE TRAINING CAPABILITIES BY APPLYING
                                          FOUR ‗PILLARS‘, REALISTIC COMBAT TRAINING, FREE-THINKING
                                          OPPOSING FORCES, COMMON GROUND TRUTH, AND HIGH-
                                          QUALITY FEEDBACK. A KEY ENABLER OF THIS CAPABILITY IS
                                          THE CREATION OF AN INTEGRATED LIVE, VIRTUAL AND
                                          CONSTRUCTIVE TRAINING ENVIRONMENT. JKDDC SUPPORTS
                                          THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE INDIVIDUAL TRAINING OF OUR
                                          MILITARY FORCES BY CREATING AND IMPARTING KNOWLEDGE
                                          TO ENHANCE AN INDIVIDUAL‘S ABILITY TO THINK INTUITIVELY
                                          JOINT. A MAJOR PROGRAM WITHIN JKDDC IS THE BATTLE
                                          COMMAND KNOWLEDGE SYSTEM (BCKS). BCKS WILL
                                          LEVERAGE THE NEW CAPABILITIES OF A NET-CENTRIC
                                          LEARNING ENVIRONMENT. TRANSFORMS HOW WE PREPARE
                                          THE FORCE BY DEVELOPING A TRAINING ENTERPRISE THAT
                                          CREATES A SECURE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT ENABLING
                                          PEOPLE, ORGANIZATIONS, LEADERS TO EXPLOIT INFORMATION
                                          TO LEARN, IMPROVISE, AND ADAPT FOR ARMY OPERATIONS.
                                          JAEC ENSURES SYSTEMATIC ASSESSMENT OF T2 PLANS,
                                          PROGRAMS, AND INVESTMENTS THROUGH OUT DOD. IT WILL
                                          ALSO LINK JOINT TRAINING TO READINESS REPORTING.

        JDHB   TT    1995   OPEN          DEVELOPING COUNTRY‘S COMBINED EXERCISE PROGRAM
                                          DIRECTLY SUPPORTS THE NATIONAL SECURITY STRATEGY
                                          (NSS) AND NATIONAL MILITARY STRATEGY (NMS) BY PAYING
                                          INCREMENTAL EXPENSES OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
                                          PARTICIPATION IN BILATERAL OR MULTINATIONAL EXERCISES
                                          WHICH DIRECTLY SUPPORT THE THEATER SECURITY
                                          COOPERATION PLANS (TSCP) OF TWO COMBATANT
                                          COMMANDERS.

        JDHC   TT    1991   OPEN          HUMANITARIAN CIVIC ASSISTANCE
                                          PROVIDES FUNDING FOR HUMANITARIAN CIVIC ASSISTANCE
                                          (HCA) PROJECTS. THE HCA PROJECTS ARE CONDUCTED IN
                                          CONJUNCTION WITH AUTHORIZED MILITARY OPERATIONS OR
                                          EXERCISES AND ARE ISO THE COMBATANT COMMANDER‘S
                                          REGIONAL ENGAGEMENT STRATEGY AND THEATER SECURITY
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                                          COOPERATION PLANS (TSCP). THE ACTIVITIES ARE INTENDED
                                          TO ENHANCE THE OPERATIONAL READINESS SKILLS OF ARMY
                                          SOLDIERS AND REQUIRE SECSTATE AND SECDEF APPROVAL.

        JSTF   TT    2006   OPEN          JOINT STANDING TASK FORCE
                                          FUNDS TRAVEL/TDY, CONTRACTS, CIV PAY, SUPPLIES, TECH
                                          SPT, EQUIPMENT, OVERHEAD, AND MGMT FOR THREE
                                          STANDING JOINT FORCE HQ‘S (SOUTHCOM, EUCOM, AND MDW).
                                          SUPPORTS THE PREPARATION, PLANNING, AND EXEUCTION
                                          FOR MOB/DEMOB, DEPLOYMENT, EMPLOYMENT AND
                                          SUSTAINMENT OF JOINT FORCES. ASLO FUNDS SUPPORT
                                          HARDWARE AND POST-DEPLOYMENT SOFTWARE, INCLUDING
                                          LIFE-CYCLE REPLACEMENT.

MS**           TT                         NON-PROGRAM EXECUTIVE OFFICE INTENSIVELY MANAGED
                                          INFORMATION/COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS

        MS4D   TT    1989   OPEN          ARMY MODEL IMPROVEMENT AND SIMULATION TECHNOLOGY
                                          PROVIDES FOR THE STANDARDIZATION OF SIMULATION
                                          TECHNOLOGY AND INCLUDES THE ARMY MODEL IMPROVEMENT
                                          PROGRAM (AMIP) AND THE SIMULATION TECHNOLOGY
                                          (SIMTECH) PROGRAM. PROMOTES THE DEVELOPMENT OF
                                          SIMULATION ACTIVITIES SUPPORTING THE ARMY‘S THREE
                                          MODEL AND SIMULATION DOMAINS – TRAINING, ACQUISITION,
                                          CONCEPTS AND REQUIREMENTS –WITH EMPHASIS ON
                                          REDUCING COST AND IMPROVING CREDIBILITY,
                                          INTEROPERABILITY, AND REUSE. THE PROGRAM DEVELOPS
                                          STANDARDS AND ACCELERATES PROMISING SIMULATION
                                          TECHNOLOGIES.

MU**                                      NON-PROGRAM EXECUTIVE OFFICE SUSTAINING BASE
                                          INFORMATION/COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS

        MU1L   TT    1989   OPEN          NATIONAL SCIENCE CENTER
                                          PROVIDES SECRETARY OF THE ARMY-DIRECTED SUPPORT FOR
                                          A JOINT PRIVATE FOUNDATION/ARMY EFFORT THAT FINANCES,
                                          OPERATES, AND MAINTAINS A MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR
                                          NATIONAL SCIENCE CENTER, WHICH SUPPORTS TEACHERS
                                          AND EDUCATES STUDENTS NATIONWIDE IN THE AREAS OF
                                          PHYSICAL SCIENCE, MATH, AUTOMATION, COMMUNICATIONS-
                                          ELECTRONICS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY.

        MU2B   TT    1989   OPEN          HQDA COMMAND & CONTROL (ENHANCED)
                                          A HIGHLY SENSITIVE, CLASSIFIED PROGRAM PROVIDING
                                          REDUNDANT COMMAND, CONTROL AND GUIDANCE FOR AN
                                          EFFECTIVE CONTINUITY OF OPERATIONS PROGRAM IN
                                          SUPPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY DURING
                                          NATIONAL SECURITY EMERGENCIES AND PEACETIME
                                          DISASTER.

NG**           TT                         NATIONAL GUARD ACTIVITIES
        NGBA   TT    1991   OPEN          NATIONAL GUARD ENHANCED SEPARATE BRIGADES
                                          PROVIDES PAY & ALLOWANCES (P&A) OVER AND BEYOND
                                          ANNUAL TRAINING (AT) AND INACTIVE DUTY TRAINING (IDT)
                                          REQUIREMENTS. THIS PERTAINS TO ARNG ENHANCED
                                          SEPARATE BRIGADES, STRYKER BRIGADES, AND OTHER ARNG
                                          UNITS REQUIRED TO ACCOMPLISH TRAINING FOR CTC
                                          ROTATIONS; TO INCLUDE BATTLE COMMAND TRAINING
                                          PROGRAM (BCTP) AND BRIGADE COMMAND AND BATTLE STAFF
                                          TRAINING (BCBST).

        NGFB   TT    1991   OPEN          OPERATIONAL SUPPORT AIRLIFT AGENCY COMMAND (OSACOM)
                                          ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT
                                          NGFB PROVIDES THE RESOURCING REQUIRED TO EXECUTE
                                          THE DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY‘S OPERATIONAL SUPPORT
                                          AIRLIFT AGENCY‘S (OSAA) WORLDWIDE OPERATIONAL
                                          SUPPORT AIRLIFT MISSIONS. THESE MISSIONS SUPPORT
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                                          JOINT WARTIME READINESS, NATIONAL DEFENSE STRATEGY
                                          FOR HOMELAND SECURITY AND HOMELAND DEFENSE, AND
                                          SUPPORT PEACETIME CONTINGENCIES FOR THE ARMY (TO
                                          INCLUDE ALL STATES AND TERRITORIES). NGFB PROVIDES
                                          MISSION CRITICAL/TIME SENSITIVE SECURE TRANSPORTATION
                                          REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DOD‘S SENIOR LEADERSHIP ON A
                                          REOCCURRING AND FREQUENT BASIS. THE PROGRAM
                                          PROVIDES TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE NECESSARY TO RETAIN
                                          A POOL OF SEASONED, MISSION-READY, FIXED WING
                                          AVIATORS IN THE ARMY.

        NGP2   TT    1991   OPEN          NATIONAL GUARD GROUND OPTEMPO
                                          PROVIDES DIRECT AND INDIRECT OPTEMPO FOR ARMY
                                          NATIONAL GUARD SURFACE EQUIPMENT. THIS INCLUDES
                                          PETROLEUM, OIL, LUBRICANTS (POL), REPAIR PARTS, AND
                                          DEPOT LEVEL REPAIRABLES (DLR).


T***           TT                         TRAINING

TA**           TT                         ACTIVE FORCE

        TADT   TT    1991   OPEN          THE ARMY DISTRIBUTED LEARNING PROGRAM
                                          RESOURCES THE ARMY DISTRIBUTED LEARNING PROGRAM
                                          (TADLP), WHICH INCLUDES DIGITAL TRAINING FACILITY (DTF)
                                          ACQUISITION, COURSEWARE REDESIGN, SUSTAINMENT,
                                          PROGRAM MANAGEMENT, AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
                                          TRAINING (E-LEARNING) TO PROVIDE STANDARDIZED TRAINING
                                          THROUGH THE ARMY SCHOOL SYSTEM (TASS) FACILITIES AND
                                          ARMY DISTANCE LEARNING TRAINING SITES THAT INCREASES
                                          AND SUSTAINS READINESS. THE APPLICATION OF
                                          TECHNOLOGY WILL DELIVER TRAINING TO SOLDIERS, ADDRESS
                                          STATE/FEDERAL REQUIREMENTS, AND SUPPORT DOD INTENT
                                          TO DELIVER.

        TADV   TT    1991   OPEN          TRAINING DEVELOPMENT
                                          RESOURCES THE ARMY‘S DEVELOPMENT OF TRAINING,
                                          TRAINING PRODUCTS, AND MATERIALS THAT SUPPORT
                                          RESIDENT AND UNIT TRAINING PROGRAMS. PROVIDES FOR
                                          THE ANALYSIS, DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT, MANAGEMENT
                                          STANDARDIZATION OF PROCESSES AND PRACTICES,
                                          INTEGRATION, AND OPERATIONS OF ARMY TRAINING
                                          INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND AUTOMATION OF THE TRAINING
                                          DEVELOPMENT PROCESS. PROVIDES EXTERNAL EVALUATION
                                          THROUGH ACCREDITATION OF ARMY TRAINING INSTITUTIONS,
                                          ASSESSING THE COMPETENCY OF GRADUATES AND
                                          EFFECTIVENESS OF PROPONENT PRODUCTS.

        TAGP   TT    2002   OPEN          GRADUATE PILOT TRAINING
                                          RESOURCES ALL GRADUATE FLIGHT TRAINING (OTHER THAN
                                          FOR FLYING HOURS) TO INCLUDE ADVANCED ROTARY WING
                                          AIRCRAFT QUALIFICATIONS, FIXED WING QUALIFICATION,
                                          MAINTENANCE TEST PILOT COURSES, AND INSTRUCTOR PILOT
                                          COURSES. PROVIDES FUNDING FOR THE SUPPORT AIRCRAFT
                                          MAINTENANCE/REFUEL CONTRACT, FIXED WING CONTRACT,
                                          OPERATION OF AIRFIELDS AND AIRFIELD EQUIPMENT, AND
                                          CIVILIAN PAY, AS WELL AS PAY AND ALLOWANCES, TRAVEL,
                                          AND PER DIEM FOR RESERVE COMPONENT (RC) INSTRUCTORS
                                          AND SUPPORT PERSONNEL. TRAINING GENERATES FULLY
                                          QUALIFIED AVIATORS FOR THE ARMY, U.S. AIR FORCE, SCHOOL
                                          OF THE AMERICAS, AND FOREIGN MILITARY SALES.

        TAIG   TT    1991   OPEN          INSPECTOR GENERAL TRAINING
                                          PROVIDES RESOURCES TO CONDUCT A TRAINING PROGRAM
                                          FOR INSPECTORS GENERAL (IGS) CONSISTING OF COURSES
                                          FOR NEWLY ASSIGNED IGS, IG NETWORK ADMINISTRATORS,
                                          AND IG INVESTIGATORS OF ALL SERVICES. THE COURSES
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                                          FOCUS ON IG ACTIONS TO COMPLY WITH AR 20-1. THEY
                                          ENABLE THE IG TO CARRY OUT HIS/HER STATUTORY
                                          RESPONSIBILITIES OF INSPECTIONS, INQUIRIES, AND
                                          INVESTIGATIONS THROUGHOUT THE ARMY.

        TAMC   TT    1994   OPEN          MARSHALL CENTER
                                          SUPPORT A TRANS-ATLANTIC DEFENSE EDUCATIONAL
                                          INSTITUTION DEDICATED TO ADVANCING DEMOCRATIC
                                          DEFENSE INSTITUTIONS AND RELATIONSHIPS, PROMOTING
                                          ACTIVE, SECURITY COOPERATION, AND ENHANCING ENDURING
                                          PARTNERSHIPS AMONG THE NATIONS OF NORTH AMERICA,
                                          EUROPE, AND EURASIA, TO INCLUDE THE NEW INDEPENDENT
                                          STATES OF THE FORMER SOVIET UNION.

        TANC   TT    1991   OPEN          MILITARY TRAINING FOR TABLES OF DISTRIBUTION AND
                                          ALLOWANCES ORGAINIZATIONS
                                          FUNDS THE TRAVEL, PER DIEM, TUITION AND CONTRACTS FOR
                                          ACTIVE COMPONENT SOLDIERS ASSIGNED TO TDA
                                          ORGANIZATIONS TO ATTEND INSTITUTIONAL TRAINING (TDY
                                          AND RETURN) AND TRAINING CENTRALLY MANAGED BY
                                          HEADQUARTERS, DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY AND U.S. ARMY
                                          SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND.

        TAOC   TT    1991   OPEN          OFFICER CANIDATE SCHOOL (OCS)
                                          RESOURCES THE OPERATING COSTS FOR OFFICER CANDIDATE
                                          TRAINING AT THE OFFICER CANDIDATE SCHOOLS (OCS) AT
                                          FORT BENNING AND VARIOUS RESERVE COMPONENT (RC)
                                          TRAINING SITES IN SUPPORT OF THE ARMY‘S OFFICER
                                          ACCESSION PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS. PROVIDES FUNDING
                                          FOR THE OFFICER ACCESSION TRAINING COURSE,
                                          ASSOCIATED CIVILIAN PAY, SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT, AS
                                          WELL AS PAY AND ALLOWANCES, TRAVEL, AND PER DIEM FOR
                                          RC INSTRUCTORS AND SUPPORT PERSONNEL.

        TAPE   TT    1991   OPEN          PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION
                                          PROVIDES PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION FOR OFFICERS,
                                          WARRANT OFFICERS AND CIVILIAN LEADERS. RESOURCES
                                          OPERATING COSTS, INCLUDING INSTRUCTORS AND SUPPORT
                                          PERSONNEL, FOR THE OFFICER EDUCATION SYSTEM,
                                          SPECIFICALLY WARRANT OFFICERS, CAPTAINS AND MAJORS
                                          (INTERMEDIATE LEVEL STAFF COLLEGE). RESOURCES
                                          ADVANCED CIVIL SCHOOLING.

        TATC   TT    1991   OPEN          ARMY TRAINNG CENTER OPERATIONS
                                          RESOURCES THE OPERATING COSTS FOR THE ARMY‘S INITIAL
                                          ENTRY TRAINING (IET) (BASIC COMBAT TRAINING (BCT), ONE
                                          STATION UNIT TRAINING (OSUT) AND ADVANCED INDIVIDUAL
                                          TRAINING (AIT)), OFFICER BASIC COURSE (OBC) AND WARRANT
                                          OFFICER BASIC COURSE (WOBC) AT THIRTEEN INSTITUTIONAL
                                          TRAINING FACILITIES.

        TATM   TT    1992   OPEN          INTEGRATED TRAINING AREA MANAGEMENT (ITAM)
                                          INCLUDES O&M FUNDS TO IMPROVE TRAINING EFFICIENCY,
                                          SOLDIER AND UNIT READINESS AND SURVIVABILITY BY
                                          SUSTAINING REALISTIC TRAINING AND TESTING LANDS
                                          THROUGH INTEGRATION OF LAND USE REQUIREMENTS WITH
                                          LAND CAPABILITY. ITAM DEVELOPS METHODS TO CREATE
                                          NATURAL ENVIRONMENTS THAT ARE RESILIENT AND
                                          RESISTANT TO MILITARY USE, PROVIDES CAPABILITIES TO
                                          ESTABLISH LAND CONDITION MONITORING ON TRAINING
                                          LANDS, PROVIDES AN AWARENESS PROGRAM FOR LAND
                                          USERS, AND PROVIDES MEANS TO APPLY TRAINING LOADS TO
                                          LAND CAPABILITIES RESULTING IN LAND MANAGEMENT THAT
                                          AVOIDS NON-COMPLIANCE WITH ENVIRONMENTAL LAW, AND
                                          SUSTAINS THE ARMY‘S LIVE TRAINING CAPABILITY.

        TAVI   TT    1991   OPEN          VISUAL INFORMATION TRIANING SUPPORT CENTERS
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                                          RESOURCES OPERATING COSTS WITHIN IMA REGIONS,
                                          USARPAC AND TSAK (EIGHT ARMY) FOR THE TRAINING
                                          SUPPORT CENTERS (TSCS) THAT MANAGE TRAINING AIDS
                                          DEVICES, SIMULATORS AND SIMULATION (TADSS),
                                          PRODUCTION AND FABRICATION OF TRAINING DEVICES, LOAN
                                          AND ISSUES OF TADSS AND ALL OTHER TADSS SUPPORT THAT
                                          ENABLES THE MISSION COMMANDER TO EXECUTE INDIVIDUAL
                                          AND COLLECTIVE TRAINING AT MACOM INSTALLATIONS AND
                                          TRADOC SCHOOLS.

        TAVN   TT    1991   OPEN          UNDERGRADUATE FLIGHT TRAINING
                                          RESOURCES THE INITIAL ENTRY ROTARY WING (IERW)
                                          UNDERGRADUATE FLIGHT TRAINING (OTHER THAN FOR FLYING
                                          HOURS). PROVIDES FUNDING FOR THE SUPPORT AIRCRAFT
                                          MAINTENANCE/REFUEL CONTRACT, OPERATION OF AIRFIELDS
                                          AND AIRFIELD EQUIPMENT, AND CIVILIAN PAY. TRAINING
                                          GENERATES AVIATORS FOR THE ARMY, U.S. AIR FORCE, OTHER
                                          DEPARTMENTS, AND FOREIGN MILITARY SALES.

        TAWE   TT    2001   OPEN          TRAINING FOR ARMY WARFIRGHTER EXPERIMENTS
                                          PROVIDES AN EXPERIMENTATION CAPABILITY, COORDINATED
                                          WITH THE ARMY TRANSFORMATION-CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT
                                          EXPERIMENTATION CAMPAIGN PLAN (AT-CDEP), TO
                                          ACCELERATE AND TRANSFORM CURRENT AND FUTURE FORCE
                                          TRAINING. IDENTIFIES FUTURE FORCE TRAINING CAPABILITIES
                                          AND EXTENDS TRAINING IDEAS, METHODS, AND CAPABILITIES
                                          TO THE CURRENT FORCE. TRAINS AND PREPARES LEADERS,
                                          SOLDIERS, AND ANALYSTS TO PARTICIPATE IN ―SOLDIER-IN-
                                          THE LOOP‖ JOINT AND ARMY DEVELOPMENTAL, INTEGRATING,
                                          CAPSTONE AND EXPLORATORY /PROTOTYPING EXPERIMENTS.
                                          PROVIDES ANALYSIS AND DOCUMENTATION OF TRAINING,
                                          LEADERSHIP AND EDUCATION ISSUES, FIXES,
                                          RECOMMENDATIONS AND LESSONS LEARNED RESULTING
                                          FROM EXPERIMENTS TO FURTHER DEVELOP PROMISING
                                          TRAINING CONCEPTS AND CAPABILITIES.

TB**           TT                         SIMULATORS/TRAINING DEVICES

        TBAS   TT    1991   OPEN          MANEUVER/CLOSE COMBAT NON-SYSTEM (TADSS)
                                          FOR THE LIVE TRAINING ENVIRONMENT, RESOURCES ARMY
                                          APPROVED, NON-SYSTEMS TRAINING AIDS, DEVICES AND
                                          SIMULATORS THAT TRAIN AND PREPARE SOLDIERS FOR
                                          COMBAT, COMBAT SUPPORT, AND COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT
                                          OPERATIONS. DEVICES TRAIN SOLDIERS AND UNITS TO
                                          EFFICIENTLY AND EFFECTIVELY EMPLOY THEIR EQUIPMENT
                                          AND SKILLS TO SUPPORT EXECUTION OF APPROPRIATE
                                          COMBINED ARMS TRAINING STRATEGIES AND PROGRAMS OF
                                          INSTRUCTION. THIS PROGRAM COMPLIMENTS LIVE OPTEMPO
                                          BY PROVIDING TOOLS THAT ALLOW MEANINGFUL EXECUTION
                                          OF FLYING HOURS AND TANK MILES.


        TBIS   TT    1994   OPEN          ADVANCED SIMULTATIONS TECHNOLOGIES
                                          PROVIDES THE ARMY VISION, STRATEGY, OVERSIGHT, AND
                                          MANAGEMENT FOR MAJOR MODEL AND SIMULATION (M&S)
                                          CROSS-DOMAIN INITIATIVES IN SUPPORT OF ARMY
                                          TRANSFORMATION. IN COORDINATION WITH THE OBJECTIVE
                                          FORCE TASK FORCE AND SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (S&T)
                                          COMMUNITY, IDENTIFIES, SUPPORTS, AND TRANSITIONS M&S
                                          LEAP-AHEAD AND HIGH PAYOFF OPPORTUNITIES TO THE ARMY
                                          M&S DOMAINS. AMONG ONGOING EFFORTS ARE ONE SEMI-
                                          AUTOMATED FORCES (ONESAF) DEVELOPMENT, FIELDING, AND
                                          SUSTAINMENT; FUNCTIONAL AREA 57 (SIMULATIONS
                                          OPERATIONS OFFICER) PROPONENCY; ARMY M&S
                                          ENVIRONMENTAL DATABASE (EDB); ARMY MODEL AND
                                          SIMULATION EXECUTIVE COUNCIL (AMSEC) COORDINATION;
                                          AND LIAISON WITH THE S&T COMMUNITY.
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        TBWG   TT    1991   OPEN          ARMY CONSTRUCTIVE TRAINING FEDERATION
                                          RESOURCES THE SYSTEM ENGINEERING DESIGN,
                                          DEVELOPMENT, ACQUISITION AND INTEGRATION OF THE
                                          CURRENT AND NEXT GENERATION WARGAME SIMULATIONS
                                          MODELS TO SUPPORT ARMY TITLE 10 LEADER AND
                                          BATTLESTAFF TRAINING, AND JOINT TRAINING. CENTRALLY
                                          FUNDS THE ACQUISITION AND FIELDING OF CONSTRUCTIVE
                                          SIMULATION EQUIPMENT WORLD-WIDE TO SUPPORT THE ARMY
                                          CONSTRUCTIVE TRAINING FEDERATION REQUIREMENTS,
                                          INCLUDING LIFE CYCLE HARDWARE REFRESH. ALSO
                                          DEVELOPS AND PROCURES TACTICAL INTELLIGENCE TRAINING
                                          AND MISSION REHEARSAL SYSTEMS TO ADDRESS THE
                                          INTELLIGENCE, SURVEILLANCE, AND RECONNAISSANCE (ISR)
                                          REQUIREMENTS OF THE MANEUVER COMMANDER, HIS
                                          BATTLESTAFF (G-2, G-3) AND INTELLIGENCE STAFF
                                          (COLLECTION MANAGERS, ANALYST/OPERATORS).


TC**                                      COMBINED TRAINING CENTERS

        TCAT   TT    1994   OPEN          COMBINED ARMS TACTICAL TRAINERS (CATT)
                                          FOR THE VIRTUAL TRAINING ENVIRONMENT, RESOURCES ARMY
                                          APPROVED, NON-SYSTEMS TRAINING AIDS, DEVICES AND
                                          SIMULATORS THAT TRAIN AND PREPARE SOLDIERS FOR
                                          COMBAT, COMBAT SUPPORT, AND COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT
                                          OPERATIONS. DEVICES TRAIN SOLDIERS AND UNITS TO
                                          EFFICIENTLY AND EFFECTIVELY EMPLOY THEIR EQUIPMENT
                                          AND SKILLS TO SUPPORT EXECUTION OF APPROPRIATE
                                          COMBINED ARMS TRAINING STRATEGIES AND PROGRAMS OF
                                          INSTRUCTION. THIS PROGRAM COMPLEMENTS LIVE TRAINING
                                          BY PROVIDING TRAINING CONDITIONS AND CAPABILITIES THAT
                                          WOULD OTHERWISE BE TOO DANGEROUS OR REQUIRE TOO
                                          MANY RESOURCES TO TRAIN.

        TCBC   TT    1991   OPEN          BATTLE COMMAND TRAINING PROGRAM
                                          THE BATTLE COMMAND TRAINING PROGRAM (BCTP) PROVIDES
                                          REALISTIC, STRESSFUL, JOINT AND COMBINED ARMS TRAINING
                                          FOR BRIGADE, DIVISION, CORPS, AND ARMY COMPONENT
                                          COMMANDERS AND STAFFS IN THE CONTEXT OF A COMPUTER
                                          SIMULATION-DRIVEN EXERCISE. EXERCISES CAN BE DESIGNED
                                          TO COVER THE FULL RANGE OF MILITARY OPERATIONS FROM
                                          STABILITY AND SUPPORT OPERATIONS TO HIGH INTENSITY
                                          CONFLICT IN A CONTEMPORARY OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENT.
                                          REALISM IS ACHIEVED BY THE USE OF A PROFESSIONAL
                                          WORLD CLASS OPPOSING FORCE ABLE TO REPLICATE ANY
                                          THREAT CONDITION. TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS IS ENHANCED
                                          BY THE USE OF SENIOR OBSERVERS AND PROFESSIONAL
                                          OBSERVER CONTROLLERS WHO PROVIDE FEEDBACK TO THE
                                          UNIT AND LESSONS LEARNED TO THE ARMY. TRAINING
                                          CAPABILITY OUTPUT IS TO PRODUCE TRAINED AND COMBAT
                                          READY UNITS AND LEADERS PREPARED FOR THE FULL
                                          SPECTRUM OF OPERATIONS.

        TCCM   TT    1991   2005          COMBAT MANUEVER TRAINING CENTER
                                          THE COMBAT MANEUVER TRAINING CENTER (CMTC) AT
                                          HOHEHFELS, GERMANY, EXERCISES USAREUR MANEUVER
                                          BRIGADES WITH SUPPORT SLICES BY PUTTING A BATTALION
                                          TASK FORCE IN FORCE-ON-FORCE SCENARIOS AGAINST A
                                          DEDICATED AND SKILLED OPPOSING FORCE AT THE
                                          HOHENFELS TRAINING AREA. CMTC PROVIDES TRAINING BUILT
                                          AROUND REALISTIC WARFIGHTING SCENARIOS PORTRAYING
                                          ALL ASPECTS OF BATTLE AND AN OPPORTUNITY TO CONDUCT
                                          MISSION REHEARSAL EXERCISES PRIOR TO DEPLOYMENT. IT
                                          IS ONE OF THE LAST MANEUVER TRAINING AREAS IN USAREUR
                                          THAT US UNITS CAN USE.

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T***           TT                         CIVILIAN TRAINING

        TCIV   TT    2010   OPEN          CIVILIAN TRAINING
        TCJT   TT    1991   2005          JOINT READINESS TRAINING CENTER
                                          JOINT READINESS TRAINING CENTER (JRTC), FORT POLK, LA,
                                          PROVIDES TRAINING IN BRIGADE OPERATIONS WITH A FOCUS
                                          ON LIGHT BATTALION TASK FORCES DEPLOYING WITH THEIR
                                          BRIGADE SUPPORT SLICE FOR ENGAGEMENT IN LOW-TO MID-
                                          INTENSITY CONFLICT. JRTC PROVIDES A REALISTIC COMBAT
                                          ENVIRONMENT IN WHICH MANEUVER BATTALIONS, SPECIAL
                                          FORCES, NAVY, ARMY AVIATION, AND USAF ASSETS ARE
                                          TRAINED IN RECONNAISSANCE, LIGHT, LIGHT/HEAVY, JOINT,
                                          AND/OR CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS. TRAINING INCLUDES
                                          BATTALION FORCE-ON-FORCE AND PLATOON LIVE-
                                          FIRE/AMBUSH SCENARIOS.

        TCNT   TT    1991   OPEN          COMBAT TRAINING CENTER (CTC) MODERNIZATION
                                          SUPPORTS THE MODERNIZATION OF COMBAT TRAINING
                                          CENTERS (CTCS) (NATIONAL TRAINING CENTER, JOINT
                                          READINESS TRAINING CENTER, AND THE COMBAT MANEUVER
                                          TRAINING CENTER); OPPOSING FORCES (OPFOR);
                                          INSTRUMENTATION, TRAINING AIDS, DEVICES, SIMULATORS,
                                          AND SIMULATIONS (ITADSS); AND FACILITIES TO PROVIDE A
                                          REALISTIC TRAINING ENVIRONMENT FOR ARMY BRIGADES IN
                                          FORCE-ON-FORCE AND LIVE FIRE SCENARIOS. ENSURES CTCS
                                          REMAIN RELEVANT BY SUPPORTING THE CHANGING
                                          OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENT WITHIN A JOINT CONTEXT.
                                          ENABLES DOCTRINALLY-BASED FEEDBACK TO SOLDIERS AND
                                          LEADERS, WHICH RESULTS IN CERTIFICATION FOR COMBAT.
                                          TRAINING CAPABILITY OUTPUT IS TO PRODUCE TRAINED AND
                                          READY COMBAT UNITS, LEADERS, AND SOLDIERS PREPARED
                                          FOR FULL-SPECTRUM OPERATIONS.

        TCSC   TT    1991   OPEN          BATTLE SIMULATION CENTERS
                                          TCSC IS THE BATTLE COMMAND TRAINING MDEP. IT
                                          RESOURCES BATTLE SIMULATION CENTER (BSCS), BATTLE
                                          COMMAND TRAINING CAPABILITY (BCTC) THROUGHOUT THE
                                          ACTIVE AND RESERVE COMPONENTS AND ELEMENTS OF THE
                                          NATIONAL SIMULATION CENTER (NSC), PROVIDING
                                          COMMANDERS THE CAPABILITY TO TRAIN INDIVIDUAL
                                          OPERATORS, LEADERS AND BATTLE STAFFS ACROSS THE FULL
                                          SPECTRUM OF OPERATIONS, INCLUDING MISSION REHEARSAL
                                          AND REACH CAPABILITIES. BCTCS AND BSCS DIRECTLY
                                          SUPPORT THE EXECUTION OF DAY-TO-DAY OPERATIONS AND
                                          EXERCISE SUPPORT FOR ALL LEADERS AND BATTLE STAFF
                                          TRAINING REQUIRED BY THE COMBINED ARMS TRAINING
                                          STRATEGIES (CATS), MACOM 350-1 TRAINING DIRECTIVES AND
                                          ARMY TRAINING STRATEGIES TO ACHIEVE COMBAT READINESS
                                          IN SERVICE, JOINT AND/OR COMBINED TRAINING
                                          ENVIRONMENTS. THE NSC SUPPORTS ALL THE MACOM BSCS
                                          AND BCTCS IN ACCOMPLISHING THEIR TRAINING MISSIONS BY
                                          MAINTAINING THE TRAINING RELEVANCY OF THE FIELDED
                                          SIMULATIONS, RECOMMENDS REQUIREMENTS FOR FUTURE
                                          SIMULATIONS TO REPLICATE THE OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENT
                                          AND INTEGRATES THE LIVE-VIRTUAL-CONSTRUCTIVE (LVC)
                                          SYSTEMS IN COMPLIANCE WITH DOD TRAINING
                                          TRANSFORMATION (T2).

        TCWA   TT    2003   OPEN          DEEP ATTACK CENTER OF EXCELLENCE
                                          PROGRAM IS TO ESTABLISH A DEEP ATTACK CENTER OF
                                          EXCELLENCE (DACE) AT THE WESTERN ARMY NATIONAL GUARD
                                          AVIATION TRAINING SITE (WAATS) TO TRAIN AVIATION BDE
                                          THROUGH CO LEVEL UNITS TO CONDUCT DEEP ATTACKS IN
                                          SUPPORT OF JOINT OR COALITION COMBINED ARMS
                                          OPERATIONS.


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TD**           TT                         JOINT/DEFENSE
        TDDU   TT    1991   OPEN          NATIONAL DEFENSE UNIVERSITY
                                          RESOURCES THE PERFORMANCE OF THE ARMY‘S EXECUTIVE
                                          AGENT FUNCTIONS FOR THE NATIONAL DEFENSE UNIVERSITY
                                          (NDU) AT FORT MCNAIR. SUPPORTS THE NATIONAL WAR
                                          COLLEGE, INDUSTRIAL COLLEGE OF THE ARMED FORCES,
                                          INFORMATION RESOURCES MANAGEMENT COLLEGE,
                                          INSTITUTE FOR NATIONAL STRATEGIC STUDIES, RESERVE
                                          COMPONENTS NATIONAL SECURITY COURSE, GENERAL
                                          OFFICER CAPSTONE COURSE, NATO STAFF OFFICERS
                                          ORIENTATION COURSE. ALSO INCLUDES SECRETARY OF
                                          DEFENSE STRATEGIC STUDIES GROUP (SDSSG). SUPPORTS
                                          NDU EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY/INFORMATION AGE UNIVERSITY
                                          STRATEGIC ACTION PLAN.

        TDLP   TT    2002   OPEN          DEFENSE LANGUAGE PROGRAM
                                          SUPPORT DOD GWOT FOREIGN LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS.
                                          EXECUTES DOD‘S FOREIGN LANGUAGE EDUCATION PROGRAMS
                                          TO MEET THE TOTAL SERVICE FOREIGN LANGUAGE LINGUIST
                                          REQUIREMENTS (DLI-MONTEREY: 23 LANGUAGES PLUS
                                          SEVERAL DIALECTS/DLI-WASHINGTON: OVER 85 LANGUAGES
                                          AND DIALECTS) AND ASSESSES DLIFLC‘S ABILITY TO MEET
                                          THEM. PROVIDES A WIDE-RANGING TRAINED LINGUIST
                                          CAPABILITY THAT MEETS OPERATIONAL LINGUIST
                                          REQUIREMENTS. SUSTAINS AND IMPROVES THE PROFICIENCY
                                          OF DOD LINGUISTS THROUGHOUT THEIR CAREERS. SUPPORTS
                                          DOD OPERATIONAL COMMUNITY‘S LANGUAGE NEEDS VIA AN
                                          EMERGING LANGUAGE (GWOT) TASK FORCE, LANGUAGE
                                          TRAINING DETACHMENTS, MOBILE TRAINING TEAMS (MTTS),
                                          VIDEO TELECONFERENCE TRAINING (VTT), LANGUAGE
                                          SURVIVAL KITS, TECHNOLOGICAL ENHANCEMENTS AND
                                          SPECIALIZED FAMILIARIZATION COURSES.


TF**           TT                         OTHER SERVICES

        TFAO   TT    1997   OPEN          STRATEGIC LEADERSHIP TRAINING
                                          PROVIDES QUALIFIED AND CAPABLE FOREIGN AREA OFFICERS,
                                          STRATEGISTS AND SPECIALLY EDUCATED LEADERS TO
                                          PROVIDE THE STRATEGIC ADVICE AND GUIDANCE IN MATTERS
                                          OF INTERNATIONAL SECURITY COOPERATION,
                                          INTEROPERABILITY, AND POLICY PLANNING; PROVIDE
                                          STRATEGIC ANALYSIS TO GUIDE POLICY FORMULATION AND
                                          POLITICAL/MILITARY DESCISION MAKERS; AND PROVIDE
                                          OPPORTUNITIES TO ENHANCE LEADERSHIP QUALITIES IN THE
                                          ARMY.

        TFNC   TT    1997   OPEN          SPECIAL SKILLS TRAINING
                                          RESOURCES THE OPERATING COSTS TO SUPPORT THE ARMY
                                          SCHOOLS SYSTEM (TASS) AND OTHER TRAINING INSTITUTIONS
                                          FOR SPECIAL SKILLS AND REFRESHER PROFICIENCY TRAINING.
                                          INCLUDES PAY AND ALLOWANCES, TRAVEL, AND PER DIEM FOR
                                          RESERVE COMPONENT (RC) INSTRUCTOR AND SUPPORT
                                          PERSONNEL FOR THE SCHOOLS AND INSTITUTIONS.


TR**           TT                         ARMY RESERVE

        TRCS   TT    2001   OPEN          RESERVE COMPONENT TRAINING SUPPORT
                                          PROVIDE RESOURCES TO IMPLEMENT THE ARMY NATIONAL
                                          GUARD COMBAT READINESS REFORM ACT OF 1992 AND
                                          PROGRAM FOR ACTIVE COMPONENT SUPPORT OF RESERVES.
                                          THE PROGRAM PROVIDES ACTIVE COMPONENT (AC) ADVISERS
                                          AND RESOURCES TO ACHIEVE THE CONGRESSIONAL MANDATE
                                          TO REDUCE POST-MOBILIZATION TRAINING TIME OF RESERVE
                                          COMPONENT (RC) UNITS THROUGH DIRECTED TRAINING
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                                          SUPPORT AND READINESS OVERSIGHT AT THE INDIVIDUAL,
                                          COLLECTIVE, AND BATTLE STAFF LEVELS. OCAR/USARC
                                          PROVIDES RESERVE PERSONNEL, ARMY FUNDS, AND 11,000
                                          ARMY RESERVE SOLDIERS.

        TRIT   TT    1991   OPEN          RESERVE COMPONENT INITIAL SKILLS TRAINING ATTENDANCE
                                          RESOURCES RESERVE COMPONENT (RC) SOLDIER EXPENSES
                                          TO ATTEND INITIAL SKILLS ACQUISITION TRAINING COURSES
                                          (LESS BCT/AIT & LANGUAGE TRAINING COURSES INCLUDED IN
                                          TATC AND TDLP). TRAINING CATEGORIES INCLUDE MOSQ
                                          RECLASSIFICATION; OFFICER AND WARRANT OFFICER
                                          CANDIDATE AND BASIC COURSES; CHAPLAIN‘S PRACTICUM;
                                          PHYSICIAN‘S ASSISTANT COURSES; MOST AVIATION
                                          CATEGORIES AND FUNCTIONAL COURSES WHICH PRODUCE
                                          ADDITIONAL SKILL IDENTIFIERS (ASIS)/SKILL QUALIFICATION
                                          IDENTIFIERS (SQIS).

        TRNC   TT    2002   OPEN          RESERVE COMPONENT PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
                                          SCHOOLS
                                          RESOURCES THE OPERATING COSTS TO SUPPORT THE ARMY
                                          SCHOOLS SYSTEM FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT.
                                          INCLUDES PAY AND ALLOWANCES, TRAVEL, AND PER DIEM FOR
                                          RESERVE COMPONENT INSTRUCTORS AND SUPPORT
                                          PERSONNEL FOR THE SCHOOLS AND INSTITUTIONS.

        TRNM   TT    2002   OPEN          RESERVE COMPONENT MOS QUALIFICATIONS SCHOOLS
                                          RESOURCES OPERATING COSTS TO SUPPORT THE ARMY
                                          SCHOOLS SYSTEM (TASS) FOR MOSQ RECLASSIFICATION, TO
                                          INCLUDE THE MISSION OF AUGMENTING TRADOC INITIAL
                                          ENTRY TRAINING AND ROTC INSTRUCTOR SUPPORT.
                                          INCLUDES PAY AND ALLOWANCES, TRAVEL, AND PER DIEM FOR
                                          RC INSTRUCTORS AND SUPPORT PERSONNEL FOR THE
                                          SCHOOLS AND INSTITUTIONS.

        TROE   TT    1991   OPEN          RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS ENHANCED SKILLS
                                          TRAINING
                                          RESOURCES DIAGNOSTIC TECHNIQUES AMONG ROTC CADETS
                                          AT ALL COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES TO IDENTIFY
                                          ACADEMICALLY AT-RISK CADETS‘ DEFICIENCIES IN BASIC
                                          ENGLISH LANGUAGE SKILLS. RESOURCES SPECIFIC SKILLS
                                          ENHANCEMENT TRAINING AND SUPPORTS THE ARMY MISSION
                                          OF ACCESSING FOREIGN LANGUAGE SPEAKERS AND ENSURES
                                          ARMY ROTC CADETS MEET DA DIRECTED LANGUAGE
                                          STANDARDS FOR COMMISSIONING.

        TROS   TT    1991   OPEN          RESERVE COMPONENT OVERSEAS DEPLOYMENT
                                          RESOURCE RC SUPPORT TO COCOM THEATER ENGAGEMENT,
                                          SECURITY COOPERATION, FORWARD PRESENCE AND
                                          STABILIZATION ACTIVITIES. THESE ACTIVITIES INCLUDE
                                          OVERSEAS MISSION SUPPORT (OMS) AND NATION ASSISTANCE
                                          MISSIONS OF THE RC FORCES IN SUPPORT OF VALIDATED
                                          COCOM AND ARMY MACOM REQUIREMENTS. THE ODT
                                          PROGRAM SERVES AS A RESOURCE FOR RC UNITS TO
                                          SUPPORT AND PARTICIPATE IN JOINT, COMBINED, AND
                                          INTERAGENCY OPERATIONS IN THE JOINT OPERATIONS AREA
                                          TO ENHANCE REGIONAL COOPERATIVE SECURITY, WHILE
                                          PROVIDING RC UNITS AN OPPORTUNITY TO CONDUCT UNIT-
                                          BASED COLLECTIVE METL TRAINING THAT INCORPORATES
                                          MOBILIZATION, DEPLOYMENT, DEPLOYMENT, RECEPTION,
                                          EXECUTION OF TRAINING, AND REDEPLOYMENT ACTIVITIES.

        TROT   TT    1991   OPEN          SENIOR RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS
                                          THE OPERATIONS OF THE ARMY‘S SENIOR ROTC PROGRAM
                                          THAT RECRUITS, TRAINS, AND COMMISSIONS 2LTS THROUGH
                                          THE OPERATION OF SROTC BATTALIONS, PARTNERSHIP
                                          SCHOOLS, NATIONAL CAMPS, AND THE TRAINING AND
                                          CERTIFICATION OF CADRE. PROVIDES FUNDING FOR CIVILIAN
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                                          PAY, SCHOOL OPERATIONS, AUTOMATION, CAMP OPERATIONS,
                                          CADRE CAMP TRAVEL, CADRE TRAINING AND TRAINING
                                          SUPPORT.

        TRPD   TT    1992   OPEN          RESEVE COMPONENT PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
                                          TRAINING
                                          RESOURCES THE RESERVE COMPONENT (RC) SOLDIERS‘
                                          EXPENSES (I.E PAY, TRAVEL AND PER DIEM) TO ATTEND
                                          REQUIRED PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT TRAINING AND
                                          REFRESHER/PROFICIENCY TRAINING COURSES TO ATTAIN OR
                                          MAINTAIN THE REQUIRED LEVEL OF PROFICIENCY IN ANY
                                          PARTICULAR MILITARY SPECIALTY FOR WHICH A MEMBER HAS
                                          BEEN INITIALLY QUALIFIED (OTHER THAN MOSQ).


TS**           TT                         SUPPORT

        TSAM   TT    1991   OPEN          PROGRAM EXECUTIVE OFFICE SIMULATION, TRAINING AND
                                          SIMULATION
                                          PROVIDES CONSOLIDATED OVERHEAD MANAGEMENT OF
                                          PROGRAM EXECUTIVE OFFICE SIMULATION, TRAINING, AND
                                          INSTRUMENTATION (PEO STRI) HEADQUARTERS, ASC/ASA(ALT).
                                          MDEP INCLUDES DA CIVILIAN SALARIES, TRAVEL, SUPPORT IAW
                                          JOINT ARMY/NAVY ISSA FOR COMMAND OPERATIONS AND
                                          SUPPORT TO FIVE PROGRAM MANAGERS (PMS). THESE ARE;
                                          PM COMBINED ARMS TACTICAL TRAINER (PM CATT), PM
                                          FUTURE FORCE (SIMULATIONS) (PM FF(S)), PM TRAINING AIDS
                                          AND DEVICES (PM TRADE), PM INSTRUMENTATION, TARGETS,
                                          AND THREAT SIMULATORS (PM ITTS), AND PM CONSTRUCTIVE
                                          SIMULATIONS (PM CS). MDEP ALSO SUPPORTS THE
                                          RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, AND ACQUISITION MISSIONS OF
                                          THE PMS AND THE CONTRACTED LOGISTICAL SUPPORT (CLS)
                                          MAINTENANCE MISSION OF THE OPERATIONS DIRECTORATE
                                          FOR SYSTEM AND NON-SYSTEM TRAINING AIDS, DEVICES,
                                          SIMULATORS AND SIMULATIONS (TADSS) IN EXECUTION OF THE
                                          ARMY‘S GLOBAL MISSION OF MODELING AND SIMULATIONS.

        TSGT   TT    2002   OPEN          NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
                                          RESOURCES THE OPERATING COSTS FOR THE NON-
                                          COMMISSIONED OFFICER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
                                          ACADEMIES AND COURSES (PRIMARY LEADERSHIP
                                          DEVELOPMENT COURSE (PLDC), BASIC NON-COMMISSIONED
                                          OFFICER COURSE (BNCOC), ADVANCED NON-COMMISSIONED
                                          OFFICER COURSE (ANCOC), DRILL SERGEANT SCHOOLS, FIRST
                                          SERGEANTS COURSE, AND BATTLE STAFF NCO COURSE).

        TSMA   TT    1997   OPEN          U.S. ARMY SERGEANTS MAJOR ACADEMY
                                          RESOURCES THE OPERATING COSTS FOR THE U.S. ARMY
                                          SERGEANTS MAJOR ACADEMY (SMA), WHICH IS THE ARMY‘S
                                          SENIOR NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICER (NCO) PROFESSIONAL
                                          DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTION. PROVIDES FUNDING FOR THE
                                          RESIDENT AND NON-RESIDENT SERGEANTS MAJOR COURSE
                                          (SMC), COMMAND SERGEANTS MAJOR COURSE, AND SPOUSE
                                          TRAINING. ALSO RESOURCES THE NCO JOURNAL.

        TSPU   TT    1991   OPEN          TRAINING SUPPORT TO UNITS
                                          RESOURCES ARMY-WIDE TRAINING SUPPORT TO UNITS.
                                          PROVIDES FUNDING FOR THE OPERATION OF THE U.S. ARMY
                                          TRAINING SUPPORT CENTER, WHICH PLANS AND INTEGRATES
                                          TRAINING SUPPORT SERVICES, PRODUCTS AND PROGRAMS
                                          THAT SUPPORT INDIVIDUAL AND COLLECTIVE TRAINING;
                                          PROCURES, PRODUCES AND DISTRIBUTES INSTRUCTIONAL
                                          MATERIALS; AND OVERSEES THE ARMY-WIDE AVIATION
                                          STANDARDS PROGRAM.

        TSSO   TT    1991   OPEN          SOUTHCOM, USARSO, JTF-B
                                          SUPPORTS OPERATIONAL COSTS OF THE ARMY PRESENCE IN
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                                          USSOUTHCOM AOR. SUPPORTS OCONUS DEPLOYMENT FOR
                                          TRAINING OF ACTIVE/RESERVE COMPONENT UNITS TO THE
                                          AOR (INCLUDES IN-COUNTRY COSTS OF THIS TRAINING), INTRA-
                                          THEATER AIRLIFT AND THE OPERATING COST OF JOINT TASK
                                          FORCE-BRAVO (JTF-B). INCLUDES REQUIREMENTS FOR THE
                                          RELOCATION OF USARSO, ARMY TENANTS, USSOUTHCOM AND
                                          TOP EXECUTIVE AGENT.

        TTDY   TT    1991   OPEN          MILITARY TRAINING SPECIFIC ALLOTMENT
                                          FUNDS THE TRAVEL AND PER DIEM EXPENSES OF ACTIVE
                                          COMPONENT SOLDIERS ASSIGNED TO TOE AND TDA
                                          ORGANIZATIONS TO ATTEND SELECTED TDY COURSES OF
                                          INSTRUCTION (139 DAYS OR LESS) CONDUCTED AT TRADOC
                                          (OES, NCOES, FUNCTIONAL AREA, ASI/SQI EN ROUTE, MOS
                                          RECLASSIFICATION EN ROUTE), AMEDDCTR&SCHOOL (BNCOC,
                                          ANCOC, OBC, WOBC, CC, AND MEDICAL PRE COMMAND),
                                          JFKSWC&S (SFAS, ANCOC, WOBC, SF PRE COMMAND),
                                          SELECTED SISTER SERVICE SCHOOLS, AND SELECTED DOD
                                          SCHOOLS, TO INCLUDE SELECTED CENTRALLY MANAGED
                                          COURSES AT HQDA LEVEL (PUBLIC AFFAIRS TRAINING, GO
                                          TRAINING, FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, AND US ARMY SAFETY
                                          CENTER).

        TWOJ   TT    2002   OPEN          WARRANT OFFICER CANDIDATE COURSE
                                          RESOURCES THE OPERATING COSTS FOR WARRANT OFFICER
                                          CANDIDATE TRAINING AT THE WARRANT OFFICER CAREER
                                          CENTER (WOCS) AT FORT RUCKER IN SUPPORT OF THE ARMY‘S
                                          OFFICER ACCESSION PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS. PROVIDES
                                          FUNDING FOR THE WARRANT OFFICER ACCESSION TRAINING
                                          COURSE, ASSOCIATED CIVILIAN PAY, SUPPLIES AND
                                          EQUIPMENT, AS WELL AS PAY AND ALLOWANCES, TRAVEL, AND
                                          PER DIEM FOR INSTRUCTORS AND SUPPORT PERSONNEL.

        TWOS   TT    2002   OPEN          SENIOR WARRANT OFFICER TRAINING
                                          RESOURCES THE OPERATING COSTS OF THE WARRANT
                                          OFFICER CAREER CENTER THAT DEVELOPS AND CONDUCTS
                                          SENIOR LEADER TRAINING AND EDUCATION OF THE ARMY‘S
                                          WARRANT OFFICERS. PROVIDES FUNDING FOR THE RESIDENT
                                          AND NON-RESIDENT WARRANT OFFICER SENIOR STAFF
                                          COURSE (WOSSC).


USM*           TT                         US MILITARY ACADEMY

        USMA   TT    1991   OPEN          UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY
                                          ESSENTIAL OPERATIONS TO RECRUIT, EDUCATE, AND TRAIN
                                          THE CORPS OF CADETS TO PROVIDE 2ND LIEUTENANTS FOR
                                          THE ACTIVE COMPONENT EACH YEAR. PROCESSES INCLUDE:
                                          CANDIDATE ADMISSIONS AND CADET LEADER DEVELOPMENT,
                                          ACADEMIC, MILITARY, PHYSICAL, OFFICE OF THE
                                          SUPERINTENDENT, AND FUNCTIONAL STAFF OPERATIONS
                                          SUCH AS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT) STRATEGIC AND
                                          CAPITAL PLANNING; THE ARMY‘S OFFICE FOR ECONOMIC &
                                          MANPOWER ANALYSIS, THE ARMY OPERATION RESEARCH
                                          CENTER, AND FOREIGN ACADEMY EXCHANGE
                                          PROGRAM/SUPPORT TO OTHER NATIONS.

        USMB   TT    1991   OPEN          UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY PREPARATORY SCHOOL
                                          RESOURCES THE OPERATING COSTS FOR THE UNITED STATES
                                          MILITARY ACADEMY PREPARATORY SCHOOL, WHICH PROVIDES
                                          FOCUSED ACADEMIC, MILITARY AND PHYSICAL INSTRUCTION IN
                                          A MORAL-ETHICAL MILITARY ENVIRONMENT TO PREPARE AND
                                          MOTIVATE CANDIDATES FOR SUCCESS AT THE UNITED STATES
                                          MILITARY ACADEMY.


V***                                      SPECIAL VISIBILITY PROGRAMS
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        VBGM   TT    2006   2010          NATIONAL GUARD BORDERS MISSION
                                          Provides the required training and support to adequately prepare DoD
                                          personnel for execution of the Army National Guard Southwest Border
                                          mission.
        VCAT   TT    1991   OPEN          CIVIC ACTION TEAMS
                                          PROVIDES CONSTRUCTION SUPPORT TO AID IN BASIC
                                          INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT AND IMPROVEMENTS TO
                                          THE MICRONESIAN ISLANDS; ASSIST WITH THE
                                          TRAINING/TRANSFER OF CONSTRUCTION SKILLS TO THE LOCAL
                                          POPULATION, AND PROVIDE A POSITIVE U.S. PRESENCE.

        VCNA   TT    1991   OPEN          ARMY COUNTERDRUG FLYING HOUR PROGRAM
                                          PROVIDES FUNDS TO SUPPORT THE OPTEMPO AND FLYING
                                          HOUR COSTS FOR ACTIVE AND RESERVE COMPONENT
                                          SUPPORT TO COUNTER-DRUG OPERATIONS. INCLUDES POL,
                                          REPAIR AND SPARES. EXCLUDES PERSONNEL COSTS.

        VCNG   TT    1991   OPEN          NATIONAL GUARD COUNTERNARCOTICS
                                          COUNTER-NARC REIMB FOR OPTEMPO AND FLYING HOURS
                                          NGB. NEGATIVE MDEP IN ALL BUT EXECUTION YEAR.


        VCST   TT    2005   OPEN          CIVIL SUPPORT TEAMS
                                          CAPTURES THE FUNDING AND MANPOWER REQUIREMENTS TO
                                          SUPPORT THE CIVIL SUPPORT TEAMS. PROVIDES RESOURCES
                                          UNIQUE TO CIVIL SUPPORT TEAMS THAT ARE REQUIRED FOR
                                          TRAINING, OPERATIONAL DEPLOYMENTS, EQUIPPING,
                                          SUSTAINING, DEVELOPING DOCTRINE, AND EVALUATING
                                          TEAMS. PROVIDE ARMY NATIONAL GUARD COMMAND AND
                                          CONTROL AND CONTINGENCY PLANNING IN DIRECT SUPPORT
                                          OF THE STATE‘S CIVIL AUTHORITIES.

        VCWT   TT    1992   OPEN          CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL TREATIES
                                          RESOURCES IMPLEMENTATION AND COMPLIANCE WITH
                                          CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS TREATIES (BWC AND
                                          CWC). SUPPORTS ARMY REQUIREMENTS ASSOCIATED WITH
                                          PREPARING AND SUPPORTING ON-SITE INSPECTIONS OF
                                          CHEMICAL WEAPONS STORAGE, FORMER PRODUCTION,
                                          LIMITED PERMITTED PRODUCTION AND DESTRUCTION
                                          FACILITIES. INCLUDES MULTILATERAL CHALLENGE
                                          INSPECTIONS OF ANY ARMY INSTALLATION. RESOURCES
                                          ARMY REQUIREMENTS UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF
                                          BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS (BW) ARMS CONTROL TREATIES AND
                                          AGREEMENTS, (THE BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS CONVENTION
                                          [BWC]) TO INCLUDE SITE FACILITY ASSESSMENTS, DATA
                                          SUBMISSIONS AND THE CONDUCT OF ON-SITE ACTIVITIES AND
                                          EXERCISES.

        VFHM   TT    1994   OPEN          AVIATION CONTRACT SERVICES
                                          PROVIDES FOR AVIATION CONTRACT LOGISTIC MAINTENANCE
                                          SUPPORT FOR AIRCRAFT.


        VFHP   TT    1991   OPEN          FLYING HOUR PROGRAM
                                          FLYING HOUR PROGRAM FOR ROTARY AND FIXED WING
                                          AIRCRAFT FOR MTOE AND TDA UNITS. INCLUDES POL, REPAIR
                                          PARTS AND SPARES. EXCLUDES PERSONNEL COSTS. FUNDS
                                          ONLY POL FOR FIXED WING AIRCRAFT.

        VFRE   TT    2000   2010          ENDURING FREEDOM
                                          MILITARY OPERATIONS IN RESPONSE TO THE TERRORIST
                                          INCIDENTS IN NYC AND THE PENTAGON – SPECIAL VISIBILITY
                                          MDEP ESTABLISHED TO TRACK COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH
                                          ―OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM‖ FOR MILITARY OPERATIONS
                                          TO COMBAT TERRORISM. THIS CODE EXCLUDES COSTS

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                                          ASSOCIATED WITH MDEPS VTER AND QLPR FOR SECURITY
                                          MEASURES TO PROTECT PERSONNEL AND FACILITIES FROM
                                          ACTS OF TERRORISM.

        VFRP   TT    2004   OPEN          GLOBAL WAR ON TERRORISM/GUANTANAMO BAY OPERATIONS
                                          PROVIDES OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE SUPPORT FOR
                                          THE ASSIGNED INTELLIGENCE MISSIONS AND PERSONNEL IN
                                          SUPPORT OF JTF GTMO DETAINEE OPERATIONS. OPERATIONS
                                          ARE IN DIRECT SUPPORT OF THE GLOBAL WAR ON TERRORISM
                                          (GWOT). THE PROGRAM PROVIDES SECURITY AND
                                          ACTIONABLE INTELLIGENCE.

        VHUR   TT    1992   OPEN          DOMESTIC DISASTERS
                                          TRACKS COSTS INCURRED IN SUPPORT OF DISASTER RELIEF
                                          OPERATIONS TO INCLUDE HURRICANES, FLOODS, AND OTHER
                                          NATIONAL EMERGENCIES AND CRISES. FY92 & FY93 TRACKED
                                          ARMY COSTS INCURRED IN SUPPORT OF HURRICANE ANDREW
                                          DISATER RELIEF OPERATIONS IN FLORIDA AND LOUISIANNA.
                                          FY94 TRACKED ARMY COSTS INCURRED IN SUPPORT OF
                                          SOUTHEASTERN US FLOODING RELIEF OPERATIONS.

        VIAD   TT    2010   OPEN          Homeland Integrated Air Defense System
                                          Funds the Secretary of Defense (SECDEF) mandated the National
                                          Capitol Region Integrated Air Defense System (NCR-IADS) and
                                          Deployable Homeland Air and Cruise Missile Defense (D-HACMD)
                                          missions to protect critical national assets, and to respond to National
                                          Special Security Events (NSSE) on a nation-wide basis. Includes
                                          resources for Soldier billeting, transportation, Contracted Logistics
                                          Support (CLS), system maintenance and sustainment, training, Mission
                                          Rehearsal Exercises (MRE), command data and communications
                                          equipment support.
        VIRQ   TT    2002   2010          MILITARY ACTIONS AGAINST IRAQ
                                          MILITARY OPERATIONS IN SUPPORT OF THE DISARMANENT OF
                                          IRAQ. SPECIAL VISIBILITY MDEP ESTABLISHED TO TRACK
                                          COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH MILITARY OPERATIONS IN IRAQ AND
                                          SUBSEQUENT STABLIZATION SUPPORT OPERATIONS FOR THE
                                          REGIME CHANGE.

        VJCS   TT    1991   OPEN          COMBINED JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF EXERCISES
                                          RESOURCES ARMY PARTICIPATION IN CJCS EXERCISES.
                                          FUNDS INCREMENTAL COSTS FOR ARMY PARTICIPATION IN
                                          APPROXIMATELY 80 CJCS EXERCISES ANNUALLY. LINKED TO
                                          OJCS TRANSPORTATION FUNDS (AIRLIFT, SEALIFT, INLAND
                                          TRANSPORTATION AND PORT HANDLING).

        VLDR   TT    1993   OPEN          LEADER DEVELOPMENT & TRAINING AMMO MANAGEMENT
                                          DEVELOP CSA LEADER TRAINING PROGRAM AND MAINTAIN
                                          ESSENTIAL TRAINING AMMUNITION MANAGEMENT AND NEW
                                          EQUIPMENT TRAINING DATABASES. THIS LEADER TRAINING
                                          PROGRAM COVERS THE ENTIRE ARMY – ACTIVE/RESERVE –
                                          (CIVILIAN, NCO, WARRANT OFFICER AND OFFICER) SPECTRUM
                                          OF LEADERSHIP. DEPARTMENTAL OVERSIGHT AND
                                          MANAGEMENT IS IN DAMO-TRI. THE DATABASES SUPPORT
                                          CALCULATION AND JUSTIFICATION OF MANAGEMENT OF ALL
                                          ARMY TRAINING AMMUNITION AND DEVELOPMENT AND
                                          MANAGEMENT OF ALL ARMY NEW AND DISPLACED EQUIPMENT
                                          TRAINING IN SUPPORT OF FORCE MODERNIZATION.

        VLWA   TT    1996   OPEN          INFORMATION OPERATIONS (LAND INFORMATION WARFARE
                                          ACTIVITY (LIWA))
                                          SUPPORTS INTEGRATION OF INFORMATION OPERATIONS (IO)
                                          INTO EVERY ASPECT OF THE ARMY. PROVIDES FULL
                                          SPECTRUM IO SUPPORT DURING OPERATIONS, EXERCISES,
                                          AND DEVELOPMENTAL ACTIVITIES TO ARMY AND JOINT
                                          WARFIGHTERS. PROVIDES A PREVIOUSLY UNREALIZED
                                          OPERATIONAL ADVANTAGE TO ARMY, LAND COMPONENT, AND
                                          JOINT TASK FORCE COMMANDERS, INCLUDING PROTECTING
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                                          THEIR INFORMATION AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS; AFFECTING
                                          ADVERSARY INFORMATION AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS, AND
                                          PROVIDING WARFIGHTERS WITH IO PLANNING AND FIELD
                                          SUPPORT. SUPPORTS TRAINING OF SELECTED IO CORE
                                          CAPABILITIES.

        VONE   TT    2005   2006          EXPENDITURES FOR OPERATION NOBLE EAGLE
                                          VISIBILITY OF ONE EXECUTION.

        VOPR   TT    1997   OPEN          LAND FORCES READINESS
                                          PROVIDES RESOURCES TO MTO&E UNITS FOR ARMY LEARNING
                                          CENTERS SUPPORT AND ASSOCIATED CONTRACTED TRAINING,
                                          ARMY PERSONNEL TESTING/CONTRACTED TESTING, STUDENT
                                          TRAVEL, EMERGENCY LEAVE TRAVEL, CIVILIAN PAY, AND FORT
                                          POLK GARRISON HEADQUARTERS OPTEMPO.

        VOTS   TT    2008   OPEN          OEF-TS

        VREO   TT    2008   OPEN          Rapid Equipping Force (REF) Operations
                                          Provides funds for the Rapid Equipping Force (REF). Funds provide for
                                          day-to-day operations support and civilian pay. Provides funds
                                          associated with operation and maintenance of all REF organizational
                                          equipment and facilities; purchasing equipment and supplies;
                                          production of audiovisual instructional materials and training aids;
                                          operation of service-wide and establishment-wide activities for
                                          recruiting, training and education (including cost of training civilian
                                          employees in the program from which the salaries are payable), welfare
                                          and morale, and information management.
        VRFM   TT    1991   OPEN          RESIDUAL FORCE MISSIONS (SWA)
                                          CAPTURES COSTS FOR RESIDUAL OPERATIONS MISSIONS IN
                                          CENTRAL COMMMAND (CENTCOM) AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY
                                          (AOR). CURRENT MISSIONS INCLUDE OPERATIONS PROVIDE
                                          COMFORT, NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN WATCH AND DESERT
                                          SPRING.

        VRSC   TT    2003   OPEN          REGIONAL SECURITY CENTERS
                                          RESOURCES ARMY EXECUTIVE AGENT RESPONSIBILITIES FOR
                                          THE OPERATION OF THE CENTER FOR HEMISPHERIC DEFENSE
                                          STUDIES (CHDS), THE NEAR EAST SOUTH ASIAN CENTER FOR
                                          SECURITY STUDIES (NESA), AND THE AFRICA CENTER FOR
                                          SECURITY STUDIES (ACSS). PROVIDES DEFENSE EDUCATION
                                          ON CIVIL-MILITARY RELATIONS; CIVILIAN CONTROL OF THE
                                          MILITARY; DEFENSE AND SECURITY PLANNING; DEFENSE
                                          DECISION-MAKING AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT; RESPECT
                                          FOR HUMAN RIGHTS, INDIVIDUAL DIGNITY, AND DEMOCRATIC
                                          INSTITUTIONS; AND PROMOTES REGIONAL SECURITY AMONG
                                          THE CIVILIAN AND MILITARY PERSONNEL OF LATIN AMERICA,
                                          THE CARIBBEAN STATES, AFRICA, THE NEAR EAST, AND SOUTH
                                          ASIA.

        VRSI   TT    1994   OPEN          STANDARDIZAION & INTEROPERABILITY PROGRAMS
                                          PROVIDES FOR SECURITY COOPERATION PROGRAMS
                                          SUPPORTING ARMY ACTIVITIES DESIGNED TO PROMOTE AND
                                          FACILITATE MULTINATIONAL FORCE COMPATIBILITY AND
                                          ENHANCE THE ARMY‘S ABILITY TO FIGHT AS A MEMBER OF AN
                                          ALLIANCE OR COALITION. INCLUDES: CSA DIRECTED ARMY-TO-
                                          ARMY STAFF TALKS; MULTILATERAL PROGRAMS WITHIN NATO;
                                          AMERICAN, BRITISH, CANADIAN, AND AUSTRALIAN (ABCA)
                                          ARMIES STANDARDIZATION PROGRAM; ABCA EXERCISE
                                          PROGRAM; BILATERAL PROGRAMS SUCH AS SUBJECT MATTER
                                          EXPERT EXCHANGES (SMEES); DATA EXCHANGE AGREEMENTS
                                          (DEAS); ENGINEER-SCIENTIST EXCHANGE PROGRAM (ESEP);
                                          SENIOR NATIONAL REPRESENTATIVES (ARMY); AMC
                                          INTERNATIONAL TECHNOLOGY CENTERS ) CONUS; AND OTHER
                                          COOPERATIVE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES.
                                          ALSO MEETS THE INTERNATIONAL STANDARDIZATION
                                          STAFFING REQUIREMENTS OF THE DEFENSE
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        VSCC   TT    1995   OPEN          MISCELLANEOUS WORLDWIDE CONTINGENCIES/DRAWDOWNS
                                          THIS SPECIAL VISIBILITY MDEP TRACKS THE COSTS INCURRED
                                          BY MACOMS, THEIR SUBORDINATE ACTIVITIES, AND UNITS
                                          ASSIGNED TO EXECUTE DESIGNATED WORLDWIDE ARMY
                                          CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS. INCLUDES COSTS FOR
                                          PREDEPOLYMENT PREPARATION, FORCE DEPLOYMENT,
                                          OPERATIONS AND SUSTAINMENT IN THE AO, REDEPLOYMENT,
                                          AND FORCE RECONSTITUTION (DRAWDOWN).

        VSCW   TT    1991   OPEN          TRAINING RANGE OPERATIONS
                                          FUNDS RANGE OPERATIONS TO INCLUDE CIVPAY FOR RANGE
                                          DIVISIONS IN THE AC AND USAR, SOME REIMBURSABLE CIVPAY
                                          IN THE ARNG. FUNDS DAY-TO-DAY RANGE OPERATIONS
                                          EXPENSES TO INCLUDE OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE (O&M)
                                          RANGE MOD PROJECTS, CONSUMABLE SUPPLIES ON RANGES
                                          (EG TARGET MATERIALS), LOCAL RANGE OPS AND
                                          TARGET/INSTRUMENTATION MAINTENANCE CONTRACTS,
                                          OPERATIONAL UXO CLEARANCE, UXO CLEARANCE FOR MCA
                                          RANGE PROJECTS, NEPA FOR RANGE PROJECTS AND LAND
                                          ACQUISITION, MISC SERVICES AND PERSONNEL TRAINING AND
                                          TRAVEL. FUNDS SUPPORT TO ARMY RANGE PROGRAMS
                                          PROVIDED BY THE EXECUTIVE AGENT AND AGENCIES
                                          MANAGING ARMY-WIDE RANGE PROGRAM PROJECTS AND
                                          INITIATIVES, INCLUDING RANGE PROGRAM SUPPORT
                                          MANPOWER FUNCTIONS FOR USACE, PEO-STRI, ATSC.
                                          INCLUDES ALL TRAINING SUPPORT MANPOWER IN USAREUR &
                                          USARPAC, FORT AP HILL AND FORT LEE.

        VSRM   TT    2005   OPEN          SUSTAINABLE RANGE MODERNIZATION
                                          FUNDS RANGE MODERNIZATION TO INCLUDE MILCON LEVEL
                                          PROJECTS, RDTE AND OPA FOR THE DEVELOPMENT,
                                          ACQUISITION AND FIELDING OF RANGE TARGETRY,
                                          INSTRUMENTATION AND OTHER TECHNOLOGY. INCLUDES
                                          MSLS FUNDS FOR SUPPORT OF ADA UNIT STRAC
                                          QUALIFICATION.

        VTFE   TT    2008   OPEN          JOINT TASK FORCE – EAST (JTF-E)
                                          The JTF-E will constitute a lean and agile command and
                                          control headquarters and include an Army BCT rotational force which
                                          will conduct unit training, joint and multinational training events, and
                                          operate out of Joint Forward Operating Sites (FOS) in Romania and
                                          Bulgaria. JTF-E provides EUCOM with opportunities for expeditionary
                                          training as well as power projection across the EUCOM AOR. It
                                          supports key DoD and EUCOM global posture and transformation
                                          efforts to conduct training missions and Theater Security Cooperation
                                          activities in eastern Europe, and to access and stabilize the region
                                          through presence and security cooperation, while ensuring that U.S.
                                          Forces are trained and optimally positioned to respond to any
                                          contingency, at any time, at any location. This MDEP will provide
                                          resources to train, operate, and sustain troops at the FOSs in support
                                          of JTF-E headquarters and the rotational brigade, but will not provide
                                          OPTEMPO funds for rotating units.
        VTRE   TT    1991   OPEN          CONVENTIONL ARMS CONTROL TREATIES
                                          RESOURCES IMPLEMENTATION AND COMPLIANCE WITH
                                          CONVENTIONAL TREATIES (CFE, TIA/GEMI AND OS). SUPPORTS
                                          ARMY REQUIREMENTS ASSOCIATED WITH PREPARING FOR
                                          AND SUPPORTING THE CONVENTIONAL FORCES IN EUROPE
                                          (CFE) TREATY AND VIENNA DOCUMENT `99 (VD99) AGREEMENT,
                                          WHICH ESTABLISH A BALANCE OF CONVENTIONAL ARMED
                                          FORCES IN EUROPE AT LOWER LEVELS AND SUPPORT CSBMS
                                          THAT PROMOTE TRANSPARENCY OF CONVENTIONAL MILITARY
                                          FORCES IN EUROPE. ALSO SUPPORTS COSTS INCURRED AS A
                                          RESULT OF THE TREATY ON OPEN SKIES (OS), INCLUDING
                                          COLLECTION OF MISSION IMPACT DATA AND OVERFLIGHT
                                          NOTIFICATIONS AND NOTIFICATION SYSTEMS. INCLUDES DATA
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                                          COLLECTION/REPORTING AND MANAGEMENT COSTS FOR THE
                                          CFE, VD99 AND THE TRANSPARENCY IN ARMAMENTS/GLOBAL
                                          EXCHANGE OF MILITARY INFORMATION (TIA/GEMI) TREATIES.
                                          ALSO FUNDS HQDA TRAVEL AND CONTRACT SUPPORT
                                          REQUIREMENTS.

        VTSM   TT    1994   OPEN          STRATEGIC ARMS CONTROL TREATIES
                                          RESOURCES IMPLEMENTATION AND COMPLIANCE OF THE
                                          STRATEGIC TREATIES (START AND INF). INCLUDES SUPPORT
                                          FOR ARMY ON-SITE INSPECTIONS, HOST PREPARATIONS,
                                          SPECIAL RIGHT OF ACCESS VISITS (SAVS) AND DATA
                                          EXCHANGES IAW DOD PLANNING GUIDANCE.

        VWMD   TT    2000   OPEN          Weapons of Mass Destruction Domestic Response
                                          Provides resources for concepts and doctrinal development, training,
                                          exercises, operational support and readiness oversight for Reserve
                                          Component Army forces missioned in support of Civil Authorities in
                                          response to the consequences of incidents involving Chemical,
                                          Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and High-Yield Explosives (CBRNE),
                                          and Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) events
        VYUG   TT    1993   OPEN          OPERATIONS IN FORMER YUGOSLAVIA REPUBLIC OF
                                          MACEDONIA
                                          PROGRAM DIRECTLY SUPPORTS DAYTON PEACE ACCORDS
                                          AND EUCOM COMMANDERS‘ MISSIONS IN THE BALKANS.
                                          DIRECTLY SUPPORTS INTERNATIONAL TREATIES, DEPARTMENT
                                          OF STATE MISSIONS, AND NATIONAL POLICIES. PROGRAM
                                          CAPTURES INCREMENTAL COST OF OPERATIONS IN BOSNIA
                                          (JOINT FORGE, DELIBERATE FORGE) AND KOSOVO (JOINT
                                          GUARDIAN). SUPPORTS TRAINING MAN-DAYS FOR SFOR AND
                                          KFOR ROTATIONS, SIX MONTH PRE-DEPLOYMENT AND THREE
                                          MONTH REDEPLOYMENT.


W***           TT                         MTOE ORGANIZATIONS

        WASC   TT    2002   OPEN          9TH ARMY SIGNAL COMMAND
                                          PROVIDES ENTERPRISE MANAGEMENT AND NETWORK
                                          OPERATIONS, COMPUTER NETWORK DEFENSE, AND CRITICAL
                                          PEACETIME AND WARTIME SIGNAL SUPPORT TO COMBATANT
                                          COMMANDERS, ARMY SERVICE COMPONENT COMMANDERS,
                                          AND WARFIGHTING UNITS IN A JOINT ENVIRONMENT.
        WBSB   TT    2010   OPEN          BATTLEFIELD SURVEILANCE BRIGADES (BFSB)
                                          SUPPORT OF A PRESCRIBED LEVEL OF TRAINING READINESS
                                          AND RECURRING UNIT SUSTAINMENT; DIRECT OR INDIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO(AG11) OR SUSTAINMENT ENABLERS(AG12). DIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO COSTS ARE REPAIR PARTS AND POL REQUIRED TO
                                          SUPPORT EXECUTION OF COMMANDER‘S TRAINING STRATEGY
                                          AT BOTH HOME STATION AND THE COMBAT TRAINING
                                          CENTERS. INDIRECT COSTS ARE ALL OTHER COSTS INCURRED
                                          BY THE UNIT NOT BASED UPON TRAINING ACTIVITY. INDIRECT
                                          COSTS INCLUDE SEVERAL CLASSES OF SUPPLY (SUCH AS
                                          SMALL TOOLS, NBC DEFENSE EQUIPMENT, BARRIER
                                          MATERIALS, AIR DROP ITEMS, AND SOME MEDICAL SUPPLIES),
                                          TRAVEL, CONTRACTOR LOGISTICS SUPPORT, AND OTHER
                                          COSTS NOT INCLUDED IN DIRECT OPTEMPO. SUSTAINMENT
                                          ENABLERS COSTS PRIMARILY INCLUDE CIVILIAN PAY.
        WCCM   TT    1997   OPEN          COMBAT MANEUVER TAINING CENTER (OPTEMPO)
                                          PROVIDES ROTATIONS AT THE COMBAT MANEUVER TRAINING
                                          CENTER (CMTC) IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE WORLDWIDE
                                          TRAINING SCHEDULING CONFERENCE. IMPROVE UNIT
                                          READINESS BY PROVIDING HIGHLY REALISTIC, STRESSFUL,
                                          JOINT AND COMBINED ARMS TRAINING ACROSS THE FULL
                                          SPECTRUM OF CONFLICT THAT SUPPORTS THE JOINT
                                          NATIONAL TRAINING CAPABILITY (JNTC) AND JOINT,
                                          INTERAGENCY, MULTI-NATIONAL (JIM) OPERATIONS. PROVIDES
                                          AN INTEGRATED LIVE-VIRTUAL-CONSTRUCTIVE (L-V-C)

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                                          ENVIRONMENT TO SUPPORT THE COMBATANT COMMANDER‘S
                                          INTEGRATED PRIORITY LISTS (IPLS) AND THE ARMY‘S FUTURE
                                          FORCE. SOF OPERATIONS WILL BE INTEGRATED THROUGHOUT
                                          THE ROTATION AS WELL AS REALISTIC CSS PLAY TO STRESS
                                          THE LOGISTICS STRUCTURE. PROVIDE DOCTRINALLY-BASED
                                          FEEDBACK TO ROTATIONAL UNITS, THE ARMY AS A WHOLE,
                                          AND THE JOINT COMMUNITY IN ORDER TO DEVELOP SOLDIERS,
                                          LEADERS AND UNITS WITH A JOINT EXPEDITIONARY MINDSET.
                                          TRAINING CAPABILITY OUTPUT IS TO PRODUCE TRAINED AND
                                          COMBAT READY UNITS AND LEADERS PREPARED FOR THE
                                          FULL SPECTRUM OF OPERATIONS.

        WCDE   TT    1999   OPEN          CHEMICAL DEFENSE EQUIPMENT FOR MODIFIED TABLES OF
                                          EQUIPMENT (MTOE) UNITS
                                          PROVIDES FUNDING FOR CHEMICAL DEFENSE EQUIPMENT FOR
                                          MTOE UNITS.

        WCJT   TT    1997   OPEN          JOINT READINESS TRAINING CENTER (OPTEMPO)
                                          PROVIDES ROTATIONS AT THE JOINT READINESS TRAINING
                                          CENTER (JRTC) IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE WORLD WIDE
                                          TRAINING SCHEDULING CONFERENCE. IMPROVE UNIT
                                          READINESS BY PROVIDING HIGHLY REALISTIC, STRESSFUL,
                                          JOINT AND COMBINED ARMS TRAINING ACROSS THE FULL
                                          SPECTRUM OF CONFLICT THAT SUPPORTS THE JOINT
                                          NATIONAL TRAINING CAPABILITY (JNTC) AND JOINT,
                                          INTERAGENCY, MULTI-NATIONAL (JIM) OPERATIONS. PROVIDES
                                          AN INTEGRATED LIVE-VIRTUAL-CONSTRUCTIVE (L-V-C)
                                          ENVIRONMENT TO SUPPORT THE COMBATANT COMMANDER‘S
                                          INTEGRATED PRIORITY LISTS (IPLS) AND THE ARMY‘S FUTURE
                                          FORCE. SOF OPERATIONS WILL BE INTEGRATED THROUGHOUT
                                          THE ROTATION AS WELL AS REALISTIC CSS PLAY TO STRESS
                                          THE LOGISTICS STRUCTURE. PROVIDE DOCTRINALLY-BASED
                                          FEEDBACK TO ROTATIONAL UNITS, THE ARMY AS A WHOLE,
                                          AND THE JOINT COMMUNITY IN ORDER TO DEVELOP SOLDIERS,
                                          LEADERS AND UNITS WITH A JOINT EXPEDITIONARY MINDSET.
                                          TRAINING CAPABILITY OUTPUT IS TO PRODUCE TRAINED AND
                                          COMBAT READY UNITS AND LEADERS PREPARED FOR THE
                                          FULL SPECTRUM OF OPERATIONS.

        WCLS   TT    1997   OPEN          TRAINING AIDS, DEVICES, SIMULATORS AND SIMULATIONS
                                          (TADSS) CONTRACTOR LOGISTICS SUPPORT (CLS)
                                          SUPPORTS OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE VIA
                                          OUTSOURCING OF FIELDED SYSTEM AND NON-SYSTEM
                                          TRAINING AIDS, DEVICES, SIMULATORS AND SIMULATIONS
                                          (TADSS) TO MAINTAIN TRAINING READINESS OF UNITS AND
                                          SUPPORT OF CTC EXERCISES. INCLUDES PERSONNEL COSTS
                                          TO MANAGE CONTRACTS AND COSTS TO RELOCATE TADSS
                                          ASSOCIATED WITH FORCE STRUCTURE CHANGES. DOES NOT
                                          INCLUDE SUPPORT TO MODERNIZE EXISTING TADSS (BOTH
                                          HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE) OR PROCUREMENT OF
                                          ADDITIONAL TADSS. SUPPORT FOR MODERNIZATION IS
                                          PROGRAMMED IN THE VARIOUS SYSTEM/NON-SYSTEM MDEPS
                                          USING RDA APPROPRIATIONS. SUPPORTS ARMY NATIONAL
                                          GUARD UNIQUE ACTIVITIES ASSOCIATED WITH TADSS.

        WCNT   TT    1997   OPEN          NATIONAL TRIANING CENTER (NTC) (OPTEMPO)
                                          THE NTC PROVIDES REALISTIC, STRESSFUL, JOINT AND
                                          COMBINED ARMS TRAINING FOR CONUS ARMY MODULAR,
                                          HEAVY / LIGHT BRIGADE COMBAT TEAMS IN A LIVE TRAINING
                                          ENVIRONMENT. TRAINING SCENARIOS EXERCISE BRIGADE
                                          ELEMENTS IN FORCE–ON–FORCE AND LIVE FIRE EXERCISES.
                                          EXERCISES CAN BE DESIGNATED TO COVER THE FULL RANGE
                                          OF MILITARY OPERATIONS FROM STABILITY AND SUPPORT
                                          OPERATIONS TO HIGH INTENSITY CONFLICT IN A
                                          CONTEMPORARY OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENT, REALISM IS
                                          ENHANCED BY THE USE OF A HIGHLY SKILLED AND
                                          PROFESSIONAL OPPOSING FORCE ABLE TO REPLICATE ANY
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                                          THREAT CONDITION. TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS IS ENHANCED
                                          BY THE USE OF PROFESSIONAL OBSERVER CONTROLLERS
                                          WHO PROVIDE FEEDBACK TO THE UNIT AND LESSONS
                                          LEARNED TO THE ARMY. INSTRUMENTATIONS AND TARGET
                                          ENGAGEMENT SIMULATIONS SUPPORT FEEDBACK BY GIVING
                                          AN ACCURATE PICTURE OF THE SITUATIONAL CONTEXT AT ANY
                                          MOMENT DURING A BATTLE OR EVENT AND LINKAGE TO JOINT
                                          ARCHITECTURES. TRAINING CAPABILITY OUTPUT IS TO
                                          PRODUCE TRAINED AND COMBAT READY UNITS AND LEADERS
                                          PREPARED FOR THE FULL SPECTRUM OF OPERATIONS.

        WCTC   TT    2005   OPEN          COMBAT TRAINING CENTER (CTC) SUPPORT ACTIVITIES
                                          PROVIDES FOR CTC PROGRAM MANAGEMENT AND SUPPORT
                                          ACTIVITIES. PROVIDES PRODUCTS AND SERVICES THAT ARE
                                          ESSENTIAL TO SUPPORT THE PROGRAM AND INCLUDES THE
                                          COMBAT TRAINING CENTER DIRECTORATE (CTCD), CENTER
                                          FOR ARMY LESSONS LEARNED (CALL), NATIONAL SIMULATION
                                          CENTER (NSC), ARMY TRAINING SUPPORT CENTER (ATSC),
                                          COMBINED ARMS SUPPORT COMMAND (CASCOM), TRADOC
                                          DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF FOR INTELLIGENCE (DCSINT), AND
                                          HQ, DA, G3 TRAINING.

        WDAC   TT    2004   OPEN          DEEP ATTACK CENTER
                                          RESOURCES THE DEEP ATTACK CENTER OF EXCELLENCE
                                          (DACE). PROVIDES O & M FUNDING FOR THREE (3) ANNUAL
                                          ROTATIONS FOR DEEP OPERATIONS COLLECTIVE TRAINING
                                          FOCUSED ON CORPS AH64 BATTALIONS, BDE AND CORPS
                                          HICON, CORPS SLICE ELEMENTS, AND JOINT COMPONENTS
                                          OPERATING IN A HIGH-THREAT CONTEMPORARY OPERATIONAL
                                          ENVIRONMENT. TRAINING SCENARIOS EXERCISE CORPS
                                          AVIATION ELEMENTS IN REALISTIC FORCE-ON-FORCE AND LIVE
                                          FIRE MISSIONS.

        WEAD   TT    1995   OPEN          NON-DIVISIONAL MODIFIED TABLES OF EQUIPMENT UNITS
                                          SUPPORT OF A PRESCRIBED LEVEL OF TRAINING READINESS
                                          AND RECURRING UNIT SUSTAINMENT; DIRECT OR INDIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO (AG11) OR SUSTAINMENT ENABLERS (AG12). DIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO COSTS ARE PARTS, REPAIRABLES, AND POL
                                          REQUIRED TO SUPPORT EXECUTION OF COMMANDER‘S
                                          TRAINING STRATEGY. INDIRECT COSTS ARE ALL OTHER COSTS
                                          INCURRED BY THE UNIT NOT BASED UPON TRAINING ACTIVITY.
                                          EXAMPLES OF INDIRECT COST INCLUDE CIVILIAN PAY
                                          (MAINTENANCE AND CTC SUPPORT CIVILIANS),
                                          ORGANIZATIONAL CLOTHING, TRAVEL, CONTRACTOR
                                          LOGISTICS SUPPORT, AND OTHER COST NOT INCLUDED IN
                                          DIRECT OPTEMPO. TRAINING STRATEGY ALTERNATIVES ARE
                                          BASED ON UNIT TRAINING STRATEGIES (BATTALION LEVEL
                                          TRAINING MODEL-BLTM) WITH DETAILED COST CONTAINED IN
                                          THE TRAINING RESOURCE MODEL (TRM). SUSTAINMENT
                                          ENABLERS COSTS PRIMARILY INCLUDE CIVILIAN PAY (EXCEPT
                                          FOR MAINTENANCE AND/OR CTC SUPPORT CIVILIANS (AS
                                          APPROPRIATE).

        WGDC   TT    1993   OPEN          AMRY NATIONAL GUARD FORCE STRUCTURE
                                          ALL ARMY NATIONAL GUARD CADR DIVISION FORCES.

        WGMD   TT    2005   OPEN          GROUND BASED MID COURSE DEFENSE
                                          SUPPORT OF A PRESCRIBED LEVEL OF TRAINING READINESS
                                          AND RECURRING UNIT SUSTAINMENT ASSOCIATED WITH
                                          GROUND-BASED MIDCOURSE DEFENSE (GMD) AS ESTABLISHED
                                          IN NATIONAL SECURITY PRESIDENTIAL DIRECTIVE (NSPD) – 23
                                          DATED 16 DEC 02. INCLUDES DIRECT OR INDIRECT OPTEMPO
                                          (AG11) AND SUSTAINMENT ENABLERS (AG12). DIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO COSTS ARE PARTS, REPAIRABLES, AND POL
                                          REQUIRED TO SUPPORT CONTINUOUS READINESS OF THE
                                          CAPABILITY AND EXECUTION OF THE COMMANDER‘S TRAINING
                                          STRATEGY. INDIRECT COSTS ARE ALL OTHER COSTS
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                                          INCURRED BY THE UNIT NOT BASED UPON TRAINING ACTIVITY.
                                          INDIRECT COSTS INCLUDE OMA CIVILIAN PAY,
                                          ORGANIZATIONAL CLOTHING, TRAVEL, CONTRACTOR
                                          LOGISTICS AND OPERATIONAL SUPPORT, CONTRACTOR
                                          SUPPORT TO TRAINING, SIMULATION SUPPORT, AND OTHER
                                          COST NOT INCLUDED IN DIRECT OPTEMPO. SUSTAINMENT
                                          ENABLERS INCLUDE AUTHORIZED ACTIVE COMPONENT TO THE
                                          RESERVE COMPONENTS, SUSTAINMENT AND OPERATION OF
                                          GMD TRAINING FACILITIES, , COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH
                                          MISSION DEDICATED INTELLIGENCE AND COMMUNICATIONS
                                          SYSTEM, DEPOT LEVEL SUPPORT FOR BOTH MISSION
                                          PECULIAR AND MILITARY STANDARD WEAPONS AND
                                          EQUIPMENT, AND GMD-RELATED COMBAT DEVELOPMENT
                                          ACTIVITIES.

        WNET   TT    2010   OPEN          NETCOM Network Operations and Security Centers
                                          Operate, manage and defend the Army LandWarNet (LWN) via the
                                          Army Global and Theater Network Operations and Security Centers
                                          (AGNOSC/TNOSCs). The NOSCs provide defense against cyber
                                          threats, Army LWN situational awareness, restoral of outages, and
                                          operational management of the Army networks. Includes NOSC
                                          operational expenses, development of network tools and protocols, and
                                          some life-cycle sustainment of hardware and software. This MDEP is a
                                          major enabler of the Army‘s ability to conduct net-centric warfare and to
                                          communicate across the spectrum of warfighters, the national
                                          command authority, and the sustaining base.
        WRFT   TT    1997   OPEN          USAR AGR FULLTIME SUPPORT AUTHORIZATIONS
                                          USAR AGR FULLTIME SUPPORT AUTHORIZATIONS

        WRSQ   TT    1993   OPEN          US ARMY RESERVE FORCE STRUCTUTE
                                          USAR TROOP PROGRAM UNIT STRUCTURE. MDEP CONTAINS
                                          USAR TOE UNITS WITH ASSOCIATED TDA AUGMENTATION, IN
                                          THE FORCE STRUCTURE THROUGHOUT THE PROG-RAM
                                          PERIOD. DOES NOT INCLUDE USAR SOF, OR TDA
                                          ORGANIZATIONS.

        WSFA   TT    1991   OPEN          SPECIAL OPERATIONS FORCES (SOF) (ACTIVE COMPONENT)
                                          CONTAINS ACTIVE COMPONENT SPECIAL OPERATIONS FORCES
                                          (SOF) MANPOWER AND OPTEMPO DOLLARS TO SUPPORT BOTH
                                          OMA STOCK FUNDED REPARABLES FOR GROUND EQUIPMENT
                                          AND ARMY COMMON OCIE. REQUIREMENTS ARE BASED UPON
                                          THE TRAINING RESOURCE MODEL AND USACEAC COST
                                          FACTORS. SOF UNIQUE OCIE REPARABLES AND OCIE TO
                                          INCLUDE BDUS AND OTHER ORGANIZATIONAL REQUIREMENTS
                                          ARE FUNDED IN MFP 11 BY SOCOM.

        WSUS   TT    1995   OPEN          MTOE UNIT EQUIPMENT SUPPORT
                                          PROVIDES CIVILIAN PAY AND OTHER RESOURCES REQUIRED
                                          TO SUPPORT MTOE EQUIPMENT. INCLUDES DS/GS
                                          MAINTENANCE OF TACTICAL EQUIPMENT PERFORMED BY
                                          INSTALLATION/SATELLITE MAINTENANCE SUPPORT ACTIVITY
                                          (SMSA), SUPPORTING CONTRACTORS, OR MTOE MAINTENANCE
                                          UNITS WHICH AUGMENT INSTALLATION/SMSAS . INCLUDES
                                          OTHER CONSOLIDATED EXPENSES SUPPORTING FIELDED
                                          SYSTEMS (SUCH AS DEPMEDS, COMMUNICATIONS
                                          CONNECTIVITY FOR TROJAN, CENTRALLY MANAGED
                                          CONTRACT LOGISTIC SUPPORT ETC) AND RESOURCES TO
                                          SUPPORT MTOE UNITS FOR CONSOLIDATED TABLE UPDATES.
                                          INCLUDES RESOURCES FORMERLY CONTAINED IN MDEP XTEQ
                                          PRIOR TO FY2002.

        W1AD   TT    1997   OPEN          1ST ARMOR DIVISION
                                          SUPPORT OF A PRESCRIBED LEVEL OF TRAINING READINESS
                                          AND RECURRING UNIT SUSTAINMENT; DIRECT OR INDIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO (AG11) OR SUSTAINMENT ENABLERS (AG12). DIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO COSTS ARE PARTS, REPAIRABLES, AND POL
                                          REQUIRED TO SUPPORT EXECUTION OF COMMANDER‘S
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                                          TRAINING STRATEGY. INDIRECT COSTS ARE ALL OTHER COSTS
                                          INCURRED BY THE UNIT NOT BASED UPON TRAINING ACTIVITY.
                                          INDIRECT COSTS INCLUDE CIVILIAN PAY (MAINTENANCE AND
                                          CTC SUPPORT CIVILIANS), ORGANIZATIONAL CLOTHING,
                                          TRAVEL, CONTRACTOR LOGISTICS SUPPORT, AND OTHER
                                          COST NOT INCLUDED IN DIRECT OPTEMPO. TRAINING
                                          STRATEGY ALTERNATIVES ARE BASED ON UNIT TRAINING
                                          STRATEGIES (BATTALION LEVEL TRAINING MODEL-BLTM) WITH
                                          DETAILED COST CONTAINED IN THE TRAINING RESOURCE
                                          MODEL (TRM). SUSTAINMENT ENABLERS COSTS PRIMARILY
                                          INCLUDE CIVILIAN PAY (EXCEPT FOR MAINTENANCE AND/OR
                                          CTC SUPPORT CIVILIANS (AS APPROPRIATE)).

        W1ID   TT    1997   OPEN          IST INFANTRY DIVISION
                                          SUPPORT OF A PRESCRIBED LEVEL OF TRAINING READINESS
                                          AND RECURRING UNIT SUSTAINMENT; DIRECT OR INDIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO (AG11) OR SUSTAINMENT ENABLERS (AG12). DIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO COSTS ARE PARTS, REPAIRABLES, AND POL
                                          REQUIRED TO SUPPORT EXECUTION OF COMMANDER‘S
                                          TRAINING STRATEGY. INDIRECT COSTS ARE ALL OTHER COSTS
                                          INCURRED BY THE UNIT NOT BASED UPON TRAINING ACTIVITY.
                                          EXAMPLES OF INDIRECT COST INCLUDE CIVILIAN PAY
                                          (MAINTENANCE AND CTC SUPPORT CIVILIANS),
                                          ORGANIZATIONAL CLOTHING, TRAVEL, CONTRACTOR
                                          LOGISTICS SUPPORT, AND OTHER COST NOT INCLUDED IN
                                          DIRECT OPTEMPO. TRAINING STRATEGY ALTERNATIVES ARE
                                          BASED ON UNIT TRAINING STRATEGIES (BATTALION LEVEL
                                          TRAINING MODEL-BLTM) WITH DETAILED COST CONTAINED IN
                                          THE TRAINING RESOURCE MODEL (TRM). SUSTAINMENT
                                          ENABLERS COSTS PRIMARILY INCLUDE CIVILIAN PAY (EXCEPT
                                          FOR MAINTENANCE AND/OR CTC SUPPORT CIVILIANS (AS
                                          APPROPRIATE).

        W170   TT    2010   OPEN          170TH HEAVY BRIGADE COMBAT TEAM (HBCT)
                                          SUPPORT OF A PRESCRIBED LEVEL OF TRAINING READINESS
                                          AND RECURRING UNIT SUSTAINMENT; DIRECT OR INDIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO(AG11) OR SUSTAINMENT ENABLERS(AG12). DIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO COSTS ARE REPAIR PARTS AND POL REQUIRED TO
                                          SUPPORT EXECUTION OF COMMANDER‘S TRAINING STRATEGY
                                          AT BOTH HOME STATION AND THE COMBAT TRAINING
                                          CENTERS. INDIRECT COSTS ARE ALL OTHER COSTS INCURRED
                                          BY THE UNIT NOT BASED UPON TRAINING ACTIVITY. INDIRECT
                                          COSTS INCLUDE CIVILIAN PAY(SAFETY OFFICERS), SEVERAL
                                          CLASSES OF SUPPLY (SUCH AS SMALL TOOLS, NBC DEFENSE
                                          EQUIPMENT, BARRIER MATERIALS, AIR DROP ITEMS, AND SOME
                                          MEDICAL SUPPLIES), TRAVEL, CONTRACTOR LOGISTICS
                                          SUPPORT, AND OTHER COSTS NOT INCLUDED IN DIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO. SUSTAINMENT ENABLERS COSTS PRIMARILY
                                          INCLUDE CIVILIAN PAY.
        W172   TT    2010   OPEN          172ND HEAVY BRIGADE COMBAT TEAM (HBCT)
                                          SUPPORT OF A PRESCRIBED LEVEL OF TRAINING READINESS
                                          AND RECURRING UNIT SUSTAINMENT; DIRECT OR INDIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO(AG11) OR SUSTAINMENT ENABLERS(AG12). DIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO COSTS ARE REPAIR PARTS AND POL REQUIRED TO
                                          SUPPORT EXECUTION OF COMMANDER‘S TRAINING STRATEGY
                                          AT BOTH HOME STATION AND THE COMBAT TRAINING
                                          CENTERS. INDIRECT COSTS ARE ALL OTHER COSTS INCURRED
                                          BY THE UNIT NOT BASED UPON TRAINING ACTIVITY. INDIRECT
                                          COSTS INCLUDE CIVILIAN PAY(SAFETY OFFICERS), SEVERAL
                                          CLASSES OF SUPPLY (SUCH AS SMALL TOOLS, NBC DEFENSE
                                          EQUIPMENT, BARRIER MATERIALS, AIR DROP ITEMS, AND SOME
                                          MEDICAL SUPPLIES), TRAVEL, CONTRACTOR LOGISTICS
                                          SUPPORT, AND OTHER COSTS NOT INCLUDED IN DIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO. SUSTAINMENT ENABLERS COSTS PRIMARILY
                                          INCLUDE CIVILIAN PAY.
        W173   TT    2010   OPEN          173RD INFANTRY BRIGADE COMBAT TEAM (HBCT)
                                          SUPPORT OF A PRESCRIBED LEVEL OF TRAINING READINESS
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                                          AND RECURRING UNIT SUSTAINMENT; DIRECT OR INDIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO(AG11) OR SUSTAINMENT ENABLERS(AG12). DIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO COSTS ARE REPAIR PARTS AND POL REQUIRED TO
                                          SUPPORT EXECUTION OF COMMANDER‘S TRAINING STRATEGY
                                          AT BOTH HOME STATION AND THE COMBAT TRAINING
                                          CENTERS. INDIRECT COSTS ARE ALL OTHER COSTS INCURRED
                                          BY THE UNIT NOT BASED UPON TRAINING ACTIVITY. INDIRECT
                                          COSTS INCLUDE CIVILIAN PAY(SAFETY OFFICERS), SEVERAL
                                          CLASSES OF SUPPLY (SUCH AS SMALL TOOLS, NBC DEFENSE
                                          EQUIPMENT, BARRIER MATERIALS, AIR DROP ITEMS, AND SOME
                                          MEDICAL SUPPLIES), TRAVEL, CONTRACTOR LOGISTICS
                                          SUPPORT, AND OTHER COSTS NOT INCLUDED IN DIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO. SUSTAINMENT ENABLERS COSTS PRIMARILY
                                          INCLUDE CIVILIAN PAY.
        W2ID   TT    1997   OPEN          2ND INFANTRY DIVISION
                                          SUPPORT OF A PRESCRIBED LEVEL OF TRAINING READINESS
                                          AND RECURRING UNIT SUSTAINMENT; DIRECT OR INDIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO (AG11) OR SUSTAINMENT ENABLERS (AG12). DIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO COSTS ARE PARTS, REPAIRABLES, AND POL
                                          REQUIRED TO SUPPORT EXECUTION OF COMMANDER‘S
                                          TRAINING STRATEGY. INDIRECT COSTS ARE ALL OTHER COSTS
                                          INCURRED BY THE UNIT NOT BASED UPON TRAINING ACTIVITY.
                                          EXAMPLES OF INDIRECT COST INCLUDE CIVILIAN PAY
                                          (MAINTENANCE AND CTC SUPPORT CIVILIANS),
                                          ORGANIZATIONAL CLOTHING, TRAVEL, CONTRACTOR
                                          LOGISTICS SUPPORT, AND OTHER COST NOT INCLUDED IN
                                          DIRECT OPTEMPO. TRAINING STRATEGY ALTERNATIVES ARE
                                          BASED ON UNIT TRAINING STRATEGIES (BATTALION LEVEL
                                          TRAINING MODEL-BLTM) WITH DETAILED COST CONTAINED IN
                                          THE TRAINING RESOURCE MODEL (TRM). SUSTAINMENT
                                          ENABLERS COSTS PRIMARILY INCLUDE CIVILIAN PAY (EXCEPT
                                          FOR MAINTENANCE AND/OR CTC SUPPORT CIVILIANS (AS
                                          APPROPRIATE)).

        W24D   TT    2000   OPEN          24TH INFANTRY DIVISION (MECHANIZED) INTEGRATED DIVISION
                                          HEADQUARTERS
                                          PROVIDES THE OPTEMPO AND OPERATIONAL RESOURCES FOR
                                          THE HQS AT FORT RILEY, KS. FUNDS MAINTAIN THE DIVISION
                                          HEADQUARTERS AND PROVIDE MISSION TRAVEL BY ACTIVE
                                          COMPONENT PERSONNEL IN THE HEADQUARTERS.

        W25D   TT    1997   OPEN          25TH INFANTRY DIVISION
                                          SUPPORT OF A PRESCRIBED LEVEL OF TRAINING READINESS
                                          AND RECURRING UNIT SUSTAINMENT; DIRECT OR INDIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO(AG11) OR SUSTAINMENT ENABLERS (AG12). DIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO COSTS ARE PARTS, REPAIRABLES, AND POL
                                          REQUIRED TO SUPPORT EXECUTION OF COMMANDER‘S
                                          TRAINING STRATEGY. INDIRECT COSTS ARE ALL OTHER COSTS
                                          INCURRED BY THE UNIT NOT BASED UPON TRAINING ACTIVITY.
                                          EXAMPLES OF INDIRECT COST INCLUDE CIVILIAN PAY
                                          (MAINTENANCE AND CTC SUPPORT CIVILIANS),
                                          ORGANIZATIONAL CLOTHING, TRAVEL, CONTRACTOR
                                          LOGISTICS SUPPORT, AND OTHER COST NOT INCLUDED IN
                                          DIRECT OPTEMPO. TRAINING STRATEGY ALTERNATIVES ARE
                                          BASED ON UNIT TRAINING STRATEGIES (BATTALION LEVEL
                                          TRAINING MODEL-BLTM) WITH DETAILED COST CONTAINED IN
                                          THE TRAINING RESOURCE MODEL (TRM). SUSTAINMENT
                                          ENABLERS COSTS PRIMARILY INCLUDE CIVILIAN PAY (EXCEPT
                                          FOR MAINTENANCE AND/OR CTC SUPPORT CIVILIANS (AS
                                          APPROPRIATE))

        W3ID   TT    1997   OPEN          3RD INFANTRY DIVISION
                                          SUPPORT OF A PRESCRIBED LEVEL OF TRAINING READINESS
                                          AND RECURRING UNIT SUSTAINMENT; DIRECT OR INDIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO(AG11) OR SUSTAINMENT ENABLERS(AG12). DIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO COSTS ARE PARTS, REPAIRABLES, AND POL
                                          REQUIRED TO SUPPORT EXECUTION OF COMMANDER‘S
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                                          TRAINING STRATEGY. INDIRECT COSTS ARE ALL OTHER COSTS
                                          INCURRED BY THE UNIT NOT BASED UPON TRAINING ACTIVITY.
                                          EXAMPLES OF INDIRECT COST INCLUDE CIVILIAN PAY
                                          (MAINTENANCE AND CTC SUPPORT CIVILIANS),
                                          ORGANIZATIONAL CLOTHING, TRAVEL, CONTRACTOR
                                          LOGISTICS SUPPORT, AND OTHER COST NOT INCLUDED IN
                                          DIRECT OPTEMPO. TRAINING STRATEGY ALTERNATIVES ARE
                                          BASED ON UNIT TRAINING STRATEGIES (BATTALION LEVEL
                                          TRAINING MODEL-BLTM) WITH DETAILED COST CONTAINED IN
                                          THE TRAINING RESOURCE MODEL (TRM). SUSTAINMENT
                                          ENABLERS COSTS PRIMARILY INCLUDE CIVILIAN PAY (EXCEPT
                                          FOR MAINTENANCE AND/OR CTC SUPPORT CIVILIANS (AS
                                          APPROPRIATE)).

        W501   TT    1988   OPEN          101ST INFANTRY DIVISION
                                          SUPPORT OF A PRESCRIBED LEVEL OF TRAINING READINESS
                                          AND RECURRING UNIT SUSTAINMENT; DIRECT OR INDIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO(AG11) OR SUSTAINMENT ENABLERS (AG12). DIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO COSTS ARE PARTS, REPAIRABLES, AND POL
                                          REQUIRED TO SUPPORT EXECUTION OF COMMANDER‘S
                                          TRAINING STRATEGY. INDIRECT COSTS ARE ALL OTHER COSTS
                                          INCURRED BY THE UNIT NOT BASED UPON TRAINING ACTIVITY.
                                          EXAMPLES OF INDIRECT COST INCLUDE CIVILIAN PAY
                                          (MAINTENANCE AND CTC SUPPORT CIVILIANS),
                                          ORGANIZATIONAL CLOTHING, TRAVEL, CONTRACTOR
                                          LOGISTICS SUPPORT, AND OTHER COST NOT INCLUDED IN
                                          DIRECT OPTEMPO. TRAINING STRATEGY ALTERNATIVES ARE
                                          BASED ON UNIT TRAINING STRATEGIES (BATTALION LEVEL
                                          TRAINING MODEL-BLTM) WITH DETAILED COST CONTAINED IN
                                          THE TRAINING RESOURCE MODEL (TRM). SUSTAINMENT
                                          ENABLERS COSTS PRIMARILY INCLUDE CIVILIAN PAY (EXCEPT
                                          FOR MAINTENANCE AND/OR CTC SUPPORT CIVILIANS (AS
                                          APPROPRIATE)).

        W51C   TT    1988   OPEN          1ST CAVALRY DIVISION
                                          SUPPORT OF A PRESCRIBED LEVEL OF TRAINING READINESS
                                          AND RECURRING UNIT SUSTAINMENT; DIRECT OR INDIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO (AG11) OR SUSTAINMENT ENABLERS (AG12). DIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO COSTS ARE PARTS, REPAIRABLES, AND POL
                                          REQUIRED TO SUPPORT EXECUTION OF COMMANDER‘S
                                          TRAINING STRATEGY. INDIRECT COSTS ARE ALL OTHER COSTS
                                          INCURRED BY THE UNIT NOT BASED UPON TRAINING ACTIVITY.
                                          EXAMPLES OF INDIRECT COST INCLUDE CIVILIAN PAY
                                          (MAINTENANCE AND CTC SUPPORT CIVILIANS),
                                          ORGANIZATIONAL CLOTHING, TRAVEL, CONTRACTOR
                                          LOGISTICS SUPPORT, AND OTHER COST NOT INCLUDED IN
                                          DIRECT OPTEMPO. TRAINING STRATEGY ALTERNATIVES ARE
                                          BASED ON UNIT TRAINING STRATEGIES (BATTALION LEVEL
                                          TRAINING MODEL-BLTM) WITH DETAILED COST CONTAINED IN
                                          THE TRAINING RESOURCE MODEL (TRM). SUSTAINMENT
                                          ENABLERS COSTS PRIMARILY INCLUDE CIVILIAN PAY(EXCEPT
                                          FOR MAINTENANCE AND/OR CTC SUPPORT CIVILIANS(AS
                                          APPROPRIATE)).

        W510   TT    1988   OPEN          10TH INFANTRY DIVISION MOUNTAIN
                                          SUPPORT OF A PRESCRIBED LEVEL OF TRAINING READINESS
                                          AND RECURRING UNIT SUSTAINMENT; DIRECT OR INDIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO (AG11) OR SUSTAINMENT ENABLERS (AG12). DIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO COSTS ARE PARTS, REPAIRABLES, AND POL
                                          REQUIRED TO SUPPORT EXECUTION OF COMMANDER‘S
                                          TRAINING STRATEGY. INDIRECT COSTS ARE ALL OTHER COSTS
                                          INCURRED BY THE UNIT NOT BASED UPON TRAINING ACTIVITY.
                                          EXAMPLES OF INDIRECT COST INCLUDE CIVILIAN PAY
                                          (MAINTENANCE AND CTC SUPPORT CIVILIANS),
                                          ORGANIZATIONAL CLOTHING, TRAVEL, CONTRACTOR
                                          LOGISTICS SUPPORT, AND OTHER COST NOT INCLUDED IN
                                          DIRECT OPTEMPO. TRAINING STRATEGY ALTERNATIVES ARE
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                                          BASED ON UNIT TRAINING STRATEGIES (BATTALION LEVEL
                                          TRAINING MODEL-BLTM) WITH DETAILED COST CONTAINED IN
                                          THE TRAINING RESOURCE MODEL (TRM). SUSTAINMENT
                                          ENABLERS COSTS PRIMARILY INCLUDE CIVILIAN PAY (EXCEPT
                                          FOR MAINTENANCE AND/OR CTC SUPPORT CIVILIANS (AS
                                          APPROPRIATE)).

        W511   TT    2010   OPEN          11TH ARMORED CAVALRY REGIMENT (ACR)
                                          SUPPORT OF A PRESCRIBED LEVEL OF TRAINING READINESS
                                          AND RECURRING UNIT SUSTAINMENT; DIRECT OR INDIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO(AG11) OR SUSTAINMENT ENABLERS(AG12). DIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO COSTS ARE REPAIR PARTS AND POL REQUIRED TO
                                          SUPPORT EXECUTION OF COMMANDER‘S TRAINING STRATEGY
                                          AT BOTH HOME STATION AND THE COMBAT TRAINING
                                          CENTERS. INDIRECT COSTS ARE ALL OTHER COSTS INCURRED
                                          BY THE UNIT NOT BASED UPON TRAINING ACTIVITY. INDIRECT
                                          COSTS INCLUDE CIVILIAN PAY(SAFETY OFFICERS), SEVERAL
                                          CLASSES OF SUPPLY (SUCH AS SMALL TOOLS, NBC DEFENSE
                                          EQUIPMENT, BARRIER MATERIALS, AIR DROP ITEMS, AND SOME
                                          MEDICAL SUPPLIES), TRAVEL, CONTRACTOR LOGISTICS
                                          SUPPORT, AND OTHER COSTS NOT INCLUDED IN DIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO. SUSTAINMENT ENABLERS COSTS PRIMARILY
                                          INCLUDE CIVILIAN PAY.

        W52C   TT    1993   OPEN          2ND CAVALRY DIVISION (91 REPLACEMENT)
                                          SUPPORT OF A PRESCRIBED LEVEL OF TRAINING READINESS
                                          AND RECURRING UNIT SUSTAINMENT; DIRECT OR INDIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO (AG11) OR SUSTAINMENT ENABLERS (AG12). DIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO COSTS ARE PARTS, REPAIRABLES, AND POL
                                          REQUIRED TO SUPPORT EXECUTION OF COMMANDER‘S
                                          TRAINING STRATEGY. INDIRECT COSTS ARE ALL OTHER COSTS
                                          INCURRED BY THE UNIT NOT BASED UPON TRAINING ACTIVITY.
                                          EXAMPLES OF INDIRECT COST INCLUDE CIVILIAN PAY
                                          (MAINTENANCE AND CTC SUPPORT CIVILIANS),
                                          ORGANIZATIONAL CLOTHING, TRAVEL, CONTRACTOR
                                          LOGISTICS SUPPORT, AND OTHER COST NOT INCLUDED IN
                                          DIRECT OPTEMPO. TRAINING STRATEGY ALTERNATIVES ARE
                                          BASED ON UNIT TRAINING STRATEGIES (BATTALION LEVEL
                                          TRAINING MODEL-BLTM) WITH DETAILED COST CONTAINED IN
                                          THE TRAINING RESOURCE MODEL (TRM). SUSTAINMENT
                                          ENABLERS COSTS PRIMARILY INCLUDE CIVILIAN PAY (EXCEPT
                                          FOR MAINTENANCE AND/OR CTC SUPPORT CIVILIANS (AS
                                          APPROPRIATE)).

        W53A   TT    1988   OPEN          3RD ARMORED CAVALRY REGIMENT
                                          SUPPORT OF A PRESCRIBED LEVEL OF TRAINING READINESS
                                          AND RECURRING UNIT SUSTAINMENT; DIRECT OR INDIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO (AG11) OR SUSTAINMENT ENABLERS (AG12). DIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO COSTS ARE PARTS, REPAIRABLES, AND POL
                                          REQUIRED TO SUPPORT EXECUTION OF COMMANDER‘S
                                          TRAINING STRATEGY. INDIRECT COSTS ARE ALL OTHER COSTS
                                          INCURRED BY THE UNIT NOT BASED UPON TRAINING ACTIVITY.
                                          EXAMPLES OF INDIRECT COST INCLUDE CIVILIAN PAY
                                          (MAINTENANCE AND CTC SUPPORT CIVILIANS),
                                          ORGANIZATIONAL CLOTHING, TRAVEL, CONTRACTOR
                                          LOGISTICS SUPPORT, AND OTHER COST NOT INCLUDED IN
                                          DIRECT OPTEMPO. TRAINING STRATEGY ALTERNATIVES ARE
                                          BASED ON UNIT TRAINING STRATEGIES (BATTALION LEVEL
                                          TRAINING MODEL-BLTM) WITH DETAILED COST CONTAINED IN
                                          THE TRAINING RESOURCE MODEL (TRM). SUSTAINMENT
                                          ENABLERS COSTS PRIMARILY INCLUDE CIVILIAN PAY (EXCEPT
                                          FOR MAINTENANCE AND/OR CTC SUPPORT CIVILIANS (AS
                                          APPROPRIATE)).

        W54M   TT    1988   OPEN          4TH INFANTRY DIVISION
                                          SUPPORT OF A PRESCRIBED LEVEL OF TRAINING READINESS
                                          AND RECURRING UNIT SUSTAINMENT; DIRECT OR INDIRECT
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                                          OPTEMPO (AG11) OR SUSTAINMENT ENABLERS (AG12). DIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO COSTS ARE PARTS, REPAIRABLES, AND POL
                                          REQUIRED TO SUPPORT EXECUTION OF COMMANDER‘S
                                          TRAINING STRATEGY. INDIRECT COSTS ARE ALL OTHER COSTS
                                          INCURRED BY THE UNIT NOT BASED UPON TRAINING ACTIVITY.
                                          EXAMPLES OF INDIRECT COST INCLUDE CIVILIAN
                                          PAY(MAINTENANCE AND CTC SUPPORT CIVILIANS),
                                          ORGANIZATIONAL CLOTHING, TRAVEL, CONTRACTOR
                                          LOGISTICS SUPPORT, AND OTHER COST NOT INCLUDED IN
                                          DIRECT OPTEMPO. TRAINING STRATEGY ALTERNATIVES ARE
                                          BASED ON UNIT TRAINING STRATEGIES (BATTALION LEVEL
                                          TRAINING MODEL-BLTM) WITH DETAILED COST CONTAINED IN
                                          THE TRAINING RESOURCE MODEL (TRM). SUSTAINMENT
                                          ENABLERS COSTS PRIMARILY INCLUDE CIVILIAN PAY (EXCEPT
                                          FOR MAINTENANCE AND/OR CTC SUPPORT CIVILIANS (AS
                                          APPROPRIATE)).

        W582   TT    1988   OPEN          82ND AIRBORNE DIVISION
                                          SUPPORT OF A PRESCRIBED LEVEL OF TRAINING READINESS
                                          AND RECURRING UNIT SUSTAINMENT; DIRECT OR INDIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO (AG11) OR SUSTAINMENT ENABLERS (AG12). DIRECT
                                          OPTEMPO COSTS ARE PARTS, REPAIRABLES, AND POL
                                          REQUIRED TO SUPPORT EXECUTION OF COMMANDER‘S
                                          TRAINING STRATEGY. INDIRECT COSTS ARE ALL OTHER COSTS
                                          INCURRED BY THE UNIT NOT BASED UPON TRAINING ACTIVITY.
                                          EXAMPLES OF INDIRECT COST INCLUDE CIVILIAN PAY
                                          (MAINTENANCE AND CTC SUPPORT CIVILIANS),
                                          ORGANIZATIONAL CLOTHING, TRAVEL, CONTRACTOR
                                          LOGISTICS SUPPORT, AND OTHER COST NOT INCLUDED IN
                                          DIRECT OPTEMPO. TRAINING STRATEGY ALTERNATIVES ARE
                                          BASED ON UNIT TRAINING STRATEGIES (BATTALION LEVEL
                                          TRAINING MODEL-BLTM) WITH DETAILED COST CONTAINED IN
                                          THE TRAINING RESOURCE MODEL (TRM). SUSTAINMENT
                                          ENABLERS COSTS PRIMARILY INCLUDE CIVILIAN PAY (EXCEPT
                                          FOR MAINTENANCE AND/OR CTC SUPPORT CIVILIANS (AS
                                          APPROPRIATE)).

        W7ID   TT    2000   OPEN          7TH INFANTRY DIVISION (LIGHT) INTEGRADTED DIVISION
                                          HEADQUARTES
                                          PROVIDES THE OPTEMPO AND OPERATIONAL RESOURCES FOR
                                          THE HEADQUARTERS AT FORT CARSON, COLORADO. FUNDS
                                          MAINTAIN THE DIVISION HEADQUARTERS AND PROVIDE
                                          MISSION TRAVEL BY ACTIVE COMPONENT PERSONNEL IN THE
                                          HEADQUARTERS.


X***           TT                         TABLES OF DISTRIBUTION AND ALLOWANCE ACTIVITIES

        XCID   TT    1989   OPEN          CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION DIVISION ACTIVITIES
                                          RESOURCES OPERATING COSTS OF THE ARMY CRIMINAL
                                          INVESTIGATION COMMAND‘S UNITS ACROSS THE OPERATIONAL
                                          CONTINUUM TO CONDUCT AND CONTROL INVESTIGATIONS OF
                                          FELONY CRIMES CONCERNING PERSONS, PROPERTY AND
                                          CONTRACTS OF THE U.S. ARMY, AND PROVISION OF
                                          INDEPENDENT CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIVE SUPPORT, DOMESTIC
                                          THREAT INTELLIGENCE, INFORMATION ASSURANCE AND
                                          LOGISTICS SECURITY TO ALL ARMY COMMANDERS. ALSO
                                          RESOURCES THE OPERATION OF THE U.S. ARMY CRIME
                                          RECORDS CENTER, U.S. ARMY COMPUTER CRIMES
                                          INVESTIGATIVE UNIT AND U.S. ARMY CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION
                                          LABORATORY. FUNDS READINESS AND CERTIFICATION
                                          TRAINING FOR SPECIAL AGENTS AND THE PURCHASE OF
                                          SPECIAL INVESTIGATIVE AND FORENSIC LABORATORY
                                          EQUIPMENT.

        XISH   TT    1991   OPEN          NATIONAL ALLIANCE AND TREATY ORGANIZATION
                                          RESOURCES THE U.S. CONTRIBUTION (ABOUT 25%) OF NATO‘S
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                                          OPERATING BUDGET. SUPPORTS INTERNATIONAL MILITARY
                                          HEADQUARTERS AND ACTIVITIES ASSOCIATED WITH NATO AND
                                          THE NATO CIVIL BUDGET (NATO INDUSTRIAL ADVISORY GROUP
                                          (NIAG). SPECIFICALLY SUPPORTS NATO MILITARY
                                          HEADQUARTERS, ALLIED COMMAND OPERATIONS (ACO),
                                          ALLIED COMMAND TRANSFORMATION (ACT), AFNORTH,
                                          AFSOUTH, MEWSG, INFO SYSTEM AGENCY (NC3I), NATO
                                          MAINTENANCE SUPPLY AGENCY (NAMSA), NATO
                                          STANDARDIZATION AGENCY, US MISSION TO NATO, US
                                          DELEGATION TO NATO, US ARMY REP TO NATO
                                          STANDARDIZATION AGENCY, US ARMY NATO, CENTRAL
                                          EUROPE OPERATING AGENCY (CEOA), NATO AWACS, NATO
                                          RAPID DEPLOYMENT CORPS, AND OTHER NATO ACTIVITIES.
                                          ALSO SUPPORTS NATO OUT-OF-AREA OPERATIONS.
                                          RESOURCES U.S. PORTION OF NATO SCHOOL IN
                                          OBERAMMERGAU.

        XISQ   TT    1991   OPEN          INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT, OTHER
                                          PROVIDES ADMINISTRATIVE AND LOGISTICS SUPPORT OF
                                          POLITICO-MILITARY INTERACTION (PMI) PROGRAMS. INCLUDES
                                          SUPPORT FOR: TRADITIONAL COMMANDER ACTIVITIES (TCA),
                                          LATIN AMERICAN COOPERATION (LATAM COOP), SECURITY
                                          ASSISTANCE OFFICES (SAO‘S), WESTERN HEMISPHERIC
                                          INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY COOPERATION (WHINSEC), USARPAC
                                          SECURITY COOPERATION, USARJ BILATERAL EXERCISES,
                                          MILITARY REVIEW (SPANISH/PORTUGUESE EDITIONS), OFFICES
                                          OF DEFENSE COOPERATION, CONFERENCE OF AMERICAN
                                          ARMIES EXECUTIVE AGENCY (USARSO), DCSOPS NATO
                                          PLANNING, FOREIGN DIGNITARY VISITS AND U.N. OBSERVERS.
                                          SUPPORTS OSD DIRECTED MISSIONS IN SUPPORT OF OTHER
                                          NATIONS TO PROMOTE REGIONAL STABILITY AND SHAPE THE
                                          INTERNATIONAL SECURITY ENVIRONMENT IN WAYS THAT
                                          FAVOR U.S. NATIONAL SECURITY.


Z***    Z***   TT                         STRUCTURE REALIGNMENT COSTS AND SAVINGS (SHORT
                                          TERM PROJECT)

        ZTAR   TT    2006   2007          TT PEG USAR MODULAR FORCES INCREMENTAL COSTS
                                          TO CAPTURE INCREMENTAL COSTS IN TT PEG OF USAR ARMY
                                          MODULAR FORCE INCREMENTAL COSTS.

        ZTIG   TT    2006   2007          TT PEG IGPBS INCREMENTAL COSTS
                                          TO CAPTURE INCREMENTAL COSTS IN TT PEG OF INTEGRATED
                                          GLOBAL PRESENCE AND BASING STUDY REALIGNMENTS.

        ZTNG   TT    2006   2007          TT PEG NGB MODULAR FORCES INCREMENTAL COSTS
                                          TO CAPTURE INCREMENTAL COSTS IN TT PEG OF NGB ARMY
                                          MODULAR FORCE INCREMENTAL COSTS.




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                                         UU UNASSIGNED



V***    V***                               SPECIAL VISIBILITY

        V712    UU    2004   OPEN          PBD712 MILITARY TO CIVILIAN CONVERSIONS

                                           TO TRACK PB05 PBD 712 MILITARY TO CIVILIAN CONVERSIONS
                                           (THIS MDEP IS VALID FOR PROGRAMMING AND BUDGETING
                                           PURPOSES AND IS NOT TO BE USED BY ACCOUNTING.)

        VANC    UU    2010   OPEN          ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY (ANC)
                                           (U) Operation, maintenance, administration and construction, as
                                           authorized by law, at Arlington National Cemetery (ANC). ANC costs
                                           associated with management of Burial Honors Program or direct costs
                                           of Burial Honor Details for deceased (not limited to Army) active duty
                                           personnel, retirees, and veterans. Includes civilian pay, transportation
                                           or reimbursement for transportation, per diem expenses, material,
                                           equipment and training for active duty or veteran service organizations
                                           and other authorized providers who perform Military Burial Honors.
                                           DOES NOT INCLUDE cost of disposition or preparation of remains
                                           covered by AR638-2.
        VBRC    UU    2009   2009          BRAC COSTS IN OTHER APPROPRIATIONS
                                           Captures funding provided from other appropriations for BRAC related
                                           requirements

Z***    Z***                               STRUCTURE REALIGNMENT COSTS AND SAVINGS (SHORT
                                           TERM PROJECT)

        ZGRO    UU    2008   2013          Growth of the Army
                                           Reflects resources related to Army Growth.

        ZKEM    UU    1988   2017          HOLD MDEP
                                           (U)MDEP TO PLACE EITHER POSITIVES OR NEGATIVES THE
                                           PEGS or macoms WILL HAVE TO DISTRIBUTE DURING THE POM
                                           BUILD (EXTENDING DATABASE, POTENTIAL TOA CHANGES ETC.)
        ZK2C    UU    2010   2017          Contractor to Civilian Conversions
                                           FY2010 only contractor to civilian conversions with 60% replacement
                                           rate based on OSD guidance for efficiencies.

        ZNET    UU    1999   OPEN          SPECIAL PROJECTS
                                           NARRATIVE WAS NOT PROVIDED. (THIS MDEP MAY BE USED
                                           FOR ACCOUNTING.)




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