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					SEPTEMBER 5, 2012                                                                   DFAS-IN MANUAL 37-100-13
                                     THE ARMY MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE
                                 STANDARD ARMY ACCOUNTING CLASSIFICATION
                                      MANAGEMENT DECISION PACKAGE

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, 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

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                          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

                          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)
                      *
                      *
                      *




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                      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

                          USM*    US MILITARY ACADEMY

                      V           SPECIAL VISIBILITY
                      *
                      *
                      *

                          VCN*    COUNTERNARCOTIC PROGRAMS

                      W           MTOE ORGANIZATIONS
                      *
                      *
                      *

                          WO**    TDA ACTIVITIES: ACTIVE ARMY

                      X           TDA ACTIVITIES: ACTIVE ARMY
                      *
                      *
                      *



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                       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
                 21 *1005                        ACCOUNTS
                  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
                 21 * 2031 &         APA         AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, ARMY (DIRECT PROGRAM ONLY –
                 PSEUDOS                         REPORTING OF REIMBURSABLE PROGRAM IS NO LONGER
                                                 REQUIRED)


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               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,
               PSEUDOS                             ARMY (DIRECT PROGRAM ONLY – REPORTING OF REIMBURSABLE
                                                   PROGRAM IS NO LONGER REQUIRED)
               21 * 2034 &            APA          PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, ARMY (DIRECT PROGRAM ONLY
               PSEUDO                              – REPORTING OF REIMBURSABLE PROGRAM IS NO LONGER
                                                   REQUIRED)
               21 * 2035 &            APA          OTHER PROCUREMENT, ARMY (DIRECT PROGRAM ONLY –
               PSEUDOS                             REPORTING OF 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-
                    PSEUDO                         YEAR)
                    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




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C.       PROGRAM EVALUATION GROUP

                               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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FY 2013 Updates
    Additions       Deletion/Term      Change Title Or   COMMENTS             Change #
                                       Definition
                                       MS5Z                                   CHG 05
                                       MU2L                                   CHG 05
                                       MU2P                                   CHG 05
                                       NG6H                                   CHG 05
                                       NGBA                                   CHG 05
                                       NGTP                                   CHG 05
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                                       TRST                                   CHG 05
                                       TRVP                                   CHG 05
                                       USMA                                   CHG 05
                                       USMB                                   CHG 05
                                       VABS                                   CHG 05
                                       VACE                                   CHG 05
                                       VATA                                   CHG 05
                                       VCND                                   CHG 05
                                       VCPR                                   CHG 05
                                       VDS3                                   CHG 05
                                       VIRS                                   CHG 05
                                       VMBH                                   CHG 05
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                                       VULB                                   CHG 05
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                         FPDE                                          Chg 02
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                         FPEG                                   Chg 02
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                         RD15                                   Chg 02
                         RD16                                   Chg 02
                         RE01                                   Chg 02

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                         RE06                                   Chg 02
                         RF01                                   Chg 02
                         RF02                                   Chg 02
                         RF03                                   Chg 02
                         RF08                                   Chg 02
                         RG04                                   Chg 02
                         RH01                                   Chg 02
                         RJC0                                   Chg 02
                         RJC7                                   Chg 02
                         RJC9                                   Chg 02
                         RJL7                                   Chg 02
                         RJM5                                   Chg 02
                         RJS1                                   Chg 02
                         RJS2                                   Chg 02
                         RJS3                                   Chg 02
                         RJT7                                   Chg 02
                         RK01                                   Chg 02
                         RK02                                   Chg 02
                         RK03                                   Chg 02
                         RK09                                   Chg 02
                         RK10                                   Chg 02
                         RK12                                   Chg 02
                         RK13                                   Chg 02
                         RK14                                   Chg 02
                         RK15                                   Chg 02
                         RK16                                   Chg 02
                         RK17                                   Chg 02
                         RK19                                   Chg 02
                         RK20                                   Chg 02
                         RK23                                   Chg 02
                         RL02                                   Chg 02
                         RL03                                   Chg 02
                         FAME                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         VJCS                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         ASOC                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         AMCE                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         VOPR                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         VMUS                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         FANG                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         JDJT                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         VPUB                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         TAVI                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         TBWG                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         TCNT                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         TSAM                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         VSCW                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         VSRM                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         WCLS                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         AMLC                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         SCCC                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         RR05                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         RR03                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         RR04                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         RR10                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         RR17                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         TCAT                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         TCSC                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         WNET                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         E34H                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         E33H                                   BASIC MANUAL
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FY 2012 Changes
    Additions       Deletion/Term      Change Title Or   COMMENTS                      Change #
                                       Definition
                                       VHUR              CHG TMFY TO 2013              CHG 50
                                       VANC                                            CHG 50
                                       XISH                                            CHG 49
                                                         V712 – CHANGED TMFY TO 2012   CHG 49
                                                         ZNET - CHANGED TMFY TO 2012   CHG 49
                                       VANC                                            CHG 49
                                       WSCC                                            CHG 49
                                       VSAT                                            CHG 49
                                       XMGI                                            CHG 49
                                       W1ID                                            CHG 49
                                       W501                                            CHG 49
                                       WGDC                                            CHG 49
                                                         VFRE – CHANGED TMFY TO        CHG 49
                                                         2013
                                                         VSCC - CHANGED TMFY TO        CHG 44
                                                         2012
                                                         ZTEE - CHANGED TMFY TO        CHG 36
                                                         2019
                                                         VOTS – OLD PEG OO/NEW TT      CHG 35
                                                         VCAT – OLD PEG OO/NEW TT      CHG 35
                                                         JDHC – OLD PEG OO/NEW TT      CHG 35
                                                         JDHB – OLD PEG OO/NEW TT      CHG 35
                                                         VANC – OLD PEG UU/NEW II      CHG 35
                                       ZTEE              CHANGED TMFY TO 2018          CHG 33
                                       SAAA                                            CHG 32
                                       SCCC                                            CHG 32
                                       STAC                                            CHG 32
                                       SMSL                                            CHG 32
                                       SSSS                                            CHG 32
                                       SAVN                                            CHG 32
                                       SOTH                                            CHG 32
                                       ZKEM              CHANGED TMFY TO OPEN          CHG 28
                                       RK11                                            CHG 27
                                       AIEI                                            CHG 27
                                       FPQG                                            CHG 26
                                       RK17                                            CHG 26
                                       MU2Z                                            CHG 26
                                       QDOC                                            CHG 26
                                       QAAP                                            CHG 26
                                       JATT                                            CHG 26
                                       TCNT                                            CHG 26
                                       TCSC                                            CHG 26
                                       TSAM                                            CHG 26
                                       RK13                                            CHG 26
                                       MSEL                                            CHG 26
                                       WCLS                                            CHG 26
                                       ASOC                                            CHG 26
                                       A2AA                                            CHG 26
                                       ASPO                                            CHG 26
                                                         HSMR OLD PEG OO/NEW EE        CHG 22
                                       RB12                                            CHG 22
                                       SAAA                                            CHG 22
                                       RU06                                            CHG 22
                                       RR19                                            CHG 22
                                       RR12                                            CHG 22
                                       VINJ                                            CHG 22
                                       VIRS                                            CHG 22
                                       VWMD                                            CHG 22
                                       WCLS                                            CHG 22
                                       WEAD                                            CHG 22

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                              MXUS                                    CHG 22
                              MXEC                                    CHG 22
                              PRAG                                    CHG 22
                              RR06                                    CHG 22
                              RR09                                    CHG 22
                              RB03                                    CHG 22
                              RK11                                    CHG 22
                              MPTD                                    CHG 22
                              MXAR                                    CHG 22
                              MS5C                                    CHG 22
                              MS5Z                                    CHG 22
VKUT                                                                  CHG 22
                              QSEC                                    CHG 22
                              FPMC                                    CHG 22
                              FPMH                                    CHG 22
                              FPQF                                    CHG 22
                              FPQG                                    CHG 22
                              MX5T                                    CHG 22
                              ASAS                                    CHG 22
                              ASEI                                    CHG 22
                              FASP                                    CHG 22
                              FPDL                                    CHG 22
                              FPED                                    CHG 22
                              FPFR                                    CHG 22
                              FPQS                                    CHG 22
                              FPSC                                    CHG 22
                              E33R          E33R – CHG TMFY TO 2012   CHG 19
                              E34R          E34R – CHG TMFY TO 2012   CHG 19
                              E35R          E35R – CHG TMFY TO 2012   CHG 19
                                            VBGM – CHG TMY TO OPEN    CHG 19
                              FAPC                                    CHG 19
                              MUIW                                    CHG 19
                              QCYS                                    CHG 19
                              QDPW                                    CHG 19
                              QPSG                                    CHG 19
                              VEQT                                    CHG 19
                              VTER                                    CHG 19
                              ASIP                                    CHG 19
                              QPNT                                    CHG 19
                              FPFB                                    CHG 19
                              FPFR                                    CHG 19
                                            VTPA – CHG TMFY TO 2003   CHG 16
                                            ZSFM – CHG TMFY TO 2007   CHG 16
                                            QRCS – CHG TMFY TO 2011   CHG 16
                    RA35                    TERMINATED                CHG 15
                              MXCL          UPDATED NARRATIVE         CHG 15
                              VRSC          CHG TMFY TO 2023          CHG 14
                              QRCS          CHG TMFY TO OPEN          CHG 14
                              ARFU          CHG TMFY TO 2009          CHG 14
                              A2AA          CHG TMFY TO 2023          CHG 14
                              ASPO                                    CHG 14
                    ALTF                    TERMINATED                CHG 03
                    ASAS                    TERMINATED                CHG 03
                    DMCS                    TERMINATED                CHG 03
                    FPSA                    TERMINATED                CHG 03
                    FPSB                    TERMINATED                CHG 03
                    MPT9                    TERMINATED                CHG 03
                    MPTA                    TERMINATED                CHG 03
                    MPTC                    TERMINATED                CHG 03
                    MPTD                    TERMINATED                CHG 03
                    MPTG                    TERMINATED                CHG 03
                    MS4D                    TERMINATED                CHG 03
                    MXCB                    TERMINATED                CHG 03
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                    PNBE                    TERMINATED               CHG 03
                    QCCS                    TERMINATED - SUCC QCYS   CHG 03
                    QYDP                    TERMINATED - SUCC QCYS   CHG 03
                    RR06                    TERMINATED               CHG 03
                    RR09                    TERMINATED               CHG 03
                    RR11                    TERMINATED               CHG 03
                    RR13                    TERMINATED               CHG 03
                    RR18                    TERMINATED               CHG 03
                    RR19                    TERMINATED               CHG 03
                    RR20                    TERMINATED               CHG 03
                    RU03                    TERMINATED               CHG 03
                    RU06                    TERMINATED               CHG 03
                    RU10                    TERMINATED               CHG 03
                    RU14                    TERMINATED               CHG 03
                    SPAR                    TERMINATED               CHG 03
                    TAMC                    TERMINATED               CHG 03
                    TANC                    TERMINATED               CHG 03
                    TAWE                    TERMINATED               CHG 03
                    TCWA                    TERMINATED               CHG 03
                    TDDU                    TERMINATED               CHG 03
                    TROE                    TERMINATED               CHG 03
                    TROS                    TERMINATED               CHG 03
                    VABS                    TERMINATED               CHG 03
                    VINK                    TERMINATED               CHG 03
                    VPRN                    TERMINATED               CHG 03
                    XCAP                    TERMINATED               CHG 03
                    XMCA                    TERMINATED               CHG 03
                    XMGF                    TERMINATED               CHG 03
                              MPTH                                   CHG 03
                              MPTI                                   CHG 03
                              TROT                                   CHG 03
                              VCAT                                   CHG 03
                              VIRQ                                   CHG 03
                              VOTS                                   CHG 03
                              XISH                                   CHG 03
                              ADAA                                   CHG 03
                              ADMD                                   CHG 03
                              ADSM                                   CHG 03
                              ADTR                                   CHG 03
                              AIEI                                   CHG 03
                              AMTV                                   CHG 03
                              AMWE                                   CHG 03
                              ASLS                                   CHG 03
                              ASOC                                   CHG 03
                              ASPO                                   CHG 03
                              ASTC                                   CHG 03
                              FALO                                   CHG 03
                              FL8H                                   CHG 03
                              HSCB                                   CHG 03
                              HSUK                                   CHG 03
                              MPEI                                   CHG 03
                              MS10                                   CHG 03
                              RJT9                                   CHG 03
                              RR01                                   CHG 03
                              RR03                                   CHG 03
                              RR04                                   CHG 03
                              RR05                                   CHG 03
                              RR07                                   CHG 03
                              RR08                                   CHG 03
                              RR10                                   CHG 03
                              RR15                                   CHG 03
                              RR16                                   CHG 03
                              RR17                                   CHG 03
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                         SOTH                                   CHG 03
                         VALT                                   CHG 03
                         VLCA                                   CHG 03
                         VTSS                                   CHG 03
                         VWPF                                   CHG 03
                         VWR1                                   CHG 03
                         VWR2                                   CHG 03
                         VWR3                                   CHG 03
                         VWR4                                   CHG 03
                         VWR5                                   CHG 03
                         VWSI                                   CHG 03
                         ZZMF                                   CHG 03
                         AMAS                                   CHG 03
                         EMAP                                   CHG 03
                         FAWC                                   CHG 03
                         GPIR                                   CHG 03
                         GPIS                                   CHG 03
                         HSDP                                   CHG 03
                         JATT                                   CHG 03
                         JDHB                                   CHG 03
                         MSEC                                   CHG 03
                         NGBA                                   CHG 03
                         NGFB                                   CHG 03
                         NGP2                                   CHG 03
                         TADT                                   CHG 03
                         TADV                                   CHG 03
                         TAGP                                   CHG 03
                         TAIG                                   CHG 03
                         TAOC                                   CHG 03
                         TATC                                   CHG 03
                         TATM                                   CHG 03
                         TAVN                                   CHG 03
                         TBAS                                   CHG 03
                         TBIS                                   CHG 03
                         TCAT                                   CHG 03
                         TCBC                                   CHG 03
                         TCIV                                   CHG 03
                         TCNT                                   CHG 03
                         TDLP                                   CHG 03
                         TFAO                                   CHG 03
                         TFNC                                   CHG 03
                         TRCS                                   CHG 03
                         TRPD                                   CHG 03
                         TRIT                                   CHG 03
                         TRNM                                   CHG 03
                         TSAM                                   CHG 03
                         TSMA                                   CHG 03
                         TSPU                                   CHG 03
                         TSSO                                   CHG 03
                         VCNA                                   CHG 03
                         VCWT                                   CHG 03
                         VFHP                                   CHG 03
                         VLDR                                   CHG 03
                         VLWA                                   CHG 03
                         VOPR                                   CHG 03
                         VREO                                   CHG 03
                         VSCW                                   CHG 03
                         VYUG                                   CHG 03
                         WASC                                   CHG 03
                         WCCM                                   CHG 03
                         WCJT                                   CHG 03
                         WCLS                                   CHG 03
                         WCNT                                   CHG 03
                         WCTC                                   CHG 03

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                              WDAC                                                CHG 03
                              ZK2C                                                CHG 03
                                            DELETED DUPLICATE LINE –              CHG 02
                                            MU1P PEG II
                                            UPDATED FORMAT OF                     CHG 01
                                            MESSAGE CHANGES
EFPO                                                                              BASIC MANUAL
FPSV                                                                              BASIC MANUAL
MS3Q                                                                              BASIC MANUAL
MSEL                                                                              BASIC MANUAL
MSNS                                                                              BASIC MANUAL
RJS3                                                                              BASIC MANUAL
RK23                                                                              BASIC MANUAL
RU22                                                                              BASIC MANUAL
V712                                                                              BASIC MANUAL
VANC                                                                              BASIC MANUAL
VCFO                                                                              BASIC MANUAL
VCSF                                                                              BASIC MANUAL
VEXA                                                                              BASIC MANUAL
VSAT                                                                              BASIC MANUAL
W520                                                                              BASIC MANUAL
WADC                                                                              BASIC MANUAL
WCID                                                                              BASIC MANUAL
WENG                                                                              BASIC MANUAL
WFBD                                                                              BASIC MANUAL
WINT                                                                              BASIC MANUAL
WMEB                                                                              BASIC MANUAL
WMPB                                                                              BASIC MANUAL
WSCC                                                                              BASIC MANUAL
WSIG                                                                              BASIC MANUAL
WSUB                                                                              BASIC MANUAL
                    KZEM                    Does not exist in GOLD; this could    BASIC MANUAL
                                            be a possible typing error confused
                                            with ZKEM
                    VSHP                    Posting error BGFY is 2013            BASIC MANUAL
                    VSPV                    Posting error BGFY is 2013            BASIC MANUAL
                    E4H6                    Posting error BGFY is 2013            BASIC MANUAL
                    E4H7                    Posting error BGFY is 2013            BASIC MANUAL
                    VCSF                    Posting error BGFY is 2013            BASIC MANUAL
                    EIBR                    Posting error BGFY is 2013            BASIC MANUAL
                              EFPO          Changed PEG from Ii to II             BASIC MANUAL
                              MPT0          Changed PEG from SS to EE             BASIC MANUAL
                              MPTH          Changed PEG from SS to EE             BASIC MANUAL
                              MPTI          Changed PEG from SS to EE             BASIC MANUAL
                              MSB2          Changed PEG from SS to EE             BASIC MANUAL
                              TROT          Changed PEG from TT to MM             BASIC MANUAL
                              VAQN          Changed PEG from MM to TT             BASIC MANUAL
                              VAWG          Changed PEG from EE to TT             BASIC MANUAL
                              VCAP          Changed PEG from MM to II             BASIC MANUAL
                              VGFB          Changed PEG to OO and not             BASIC MANUAL
                                            zeroes
                              VJAL          Changed PEG from MM to II             BASIC MANUAL
                              VMTS          Changed PEG from 00 to OO             BASIC MANUAL
                              VMUS          Changed PEG from 00 to OO             BASIC MANUAL
                              VSCC          Changed PEG from TT to UU             BASIC MANUAL
                              VSUR          Changed PEG from 00 to OO             BASIC MANUAL
                              AIEI                                                BASIC MANUAL
                              ARFT                                                BASIC MANUAL
                              ASIP                                                BASIC MANUAL
                              ASPO                                                BASIC MANUAL
                              E32H                                                BASIC MANUAL
                              E32R                                                BASIC MANUAL
                              E33H                                                BASIC MANUAL
                              E34H                                                BASIC MANUAL
                              E35H                                                BASIC MANUAL
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                         EMAP                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         EMAP                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         FACB                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         FACS                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         FAJA                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         FAJC                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         FAJM                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         FAME                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         FAOC                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         FAPM                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         FARC                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         FASP                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         FASS                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         FAWC                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         FL8H                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         FPDB                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         FPDQ                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         FPED                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         FPEH                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         FPES                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         FPET                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         FPFF                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         FPFP                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         FPJA                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         FPLI                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         FPMH                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         FPMJ                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         FPQF                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         FPQS                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         FPSS                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         HSBD                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         JATT                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         JDFM                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         MPTV                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         MSB2                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         MSEC                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         MS4X                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         MS5C                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         MS5P                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         MS5Z                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         MU17                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         MU2P                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         NGFB                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         NG6H                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         NG7S                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         PACS                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         PRAG                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         PRTF                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         QAAP                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         QDOC                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         QLPR                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         QUTM                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         RK01                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         RR01                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         RR04                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         RR05                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         RR07                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         RR08                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         RR17                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         RR21                                   BASIC MANUAL
                         RU04                                   BASIC MANUAL
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                              RU21                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              SAAA                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              SAVN                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              SCCC                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              SMSL                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              SOTH                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              SSSS                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              STAC                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              TADT                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              TAOC                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              TAVI                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              TBIS                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              TCNT                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              TRRS                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              TRST                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              TSAM                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              TSGT                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              VACE                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              VALT                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              VBNK                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              VCPR                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              VFRE                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              VLCA                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              VLWA                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              VMUS                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              VSCC                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              VTFE                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              VWPF                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              VX01                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              VYUG                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              WDAC                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              WGDC                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              WGDM                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              WSUS                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              W172                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              W173                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              XMGS                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              ZK2C                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              ZNET                                          BASIC MANUAL
                              ZZMF                                          BASIC MANUAL
                    MU1P                    Change BGFY from 2011 to 1989   BASIC MANUAL
                    QMPO                    Change BGFY from 2011 to 2009   BASIC MANUAL
                    VFRE                    Change BGFY from 2011 to 2000   BASIC MANUAL
                    VFRP                    Change BGFY from 2004 to 2003   BASIC MANUAL
                    VIRQ                    Change BGFY from 2011 to 2002   BASIC MANUAL
                    ZKEM                    Change BGFY from 1988 to 2009   BASIC MANUAL
                    ZMOD                    Change BGFY from 2010 to 2007   BASIC MANUAL
                    ZTII                    Change BGFY from 2010 to 2004   BASIC MANUAL
                    FPLR                    Change TMFY from 2006 to OPEN   BASIC MANUAL
                    VDS3                    Change TMFY from 2023 to 2011   BASIC MANUAL
                    VFRE                    Change TMFY from 2011 to 2012   BASIC MANUAL
                    QMPO                    Change TMFY from OPEN to 2012   BASIC MANUAL
                    VBGM                    Change TMFY from 2010 to 2012   BASIC MANUAL




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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 Army Reserve (AR)/National Guard (NG) fielding for displaced
                                               (cascaded) equipment. Includes displaced equipment training, travel,
                                               second destination transportation (SDT), minor facility modifications,
                                               and 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
                                               Funds operation and maintenance (O&M) efforts for special access
                                               programs.
FA**                EE                         FIELD OPERATING AGENCIES

         FADI       EE    1988   OPEN          ARMY SPECTRUM MANAGEMENT
                                               Supports total Army with spectrum management/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 development,
                                               enhancement, and clarification of communications operating methods,
                                               procedures, and instructions.
         FASP       EE    1989   OPEN          ARMY SPACE/MISSILE DEFENSE COMMAND
                                               Provides funds for research, development and management of Army
                                               space and missile defense programs as well as systems and functions
                                               being executed by the Army component to U.S. Strategic Command
                                               (USSTRATCOM).
FL**                EE                         FIELDING SYSTEMS (INTENSIVELY MANAGED NON-PROGRAM
                                               EXECUTIVE OFFICE)

         FLTT       EE    1990   OPEN          OTHER FOR MODERNIZATION FIELDING
                                               Funds RDTE for horizontal battlefield digitization. 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.
         FL6P       EE    1988   OPEN          UNMANNED AERIAL SYSTEMS (UAS)
                                               The Army has three distinct (program of record) unmanned aircraft
                                               systems (UAS): the RQ-11B Raven small UAS, which provides the
                                               small unit commander (battalion and below) with enhanced situational
                                               awareness and increased force protection by providing expanded
                                               reconnaissance and surveillance coverage of marginal maneuver
                                               areas; the RQ-7B Shadow tactical UAS which provides Army brigade
                                               combat team (BCT) commanders with tactical level reconnaissance,
                                               surveillance, target acquisition (RSTA) and battle damage assessment
                                               (BDA); and the MQ-1C Gray Eagle UAS (formerly extended
                                               range/multi-purpose), is assigned to the combat aviation brigade
                                               (CAB) and it provides actionable intelligence 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

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                                              the capability to automate the command and control functions required
                                              to control fire support assets.
         FL8D       EE   1989   OPEN          COMBAT SUPPORT MEDICAL
                                              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
                                              Provides funds to develop, test, procure, and field the Integrated
                                              Family of Test Equipment (IFTE) which includes the Next Generation
                                              Automatic Test Systems (NGATS) and maintenance support devices;
                                              and test, maintenance and diagnostic equipment which includes
                                              calibration sets equipment and test equipment modernization
                                              (TEMOD) items.
         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 operations and
                                              support (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.

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

         FPDB       EE   1991   OPEN          ENHANCED MEDIUM ALTITUDE RECON SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM
                                              Enhanced Medium Altitude Recon Surveillance System (EMARSS) is
                                              an Airborne Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Target Acquisition
                                              (RSTA)/Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR)
                                              capability directly supporting tactical commanders. EMARSS will
                                              provide real-time, persistent, precision, networked, wide-area, high-
                                              capacity, multi-sensor intelligence collection capability throughout the
                                              joint battlespace with focus on support to BCT operations. EMARSS
                                              will be capable of worldwide deployment carrying multiple sensor
                                              payloads and intelligence processing, appropriate air/ground/satellite
                                              data links, on-board analysts, and air crew. The RSTA/ISR payload
                                              will consist of a suite of modular, scalable SIGINT and IMINT sensors
                                              and processors that can operate alone or simultaneously. The
                                              intelligence processing suite onboard EMARSS and in the ground
                                              station, provided by DCGS-A, will integrate products from EMARSS
                                              sensor payloads as well as sensor feeds from other Army and Joint
                                              force sensors to provide a correlated near-real-time picture of the
                                              tactical battlespace with the greatest degree of granularity possible.
         FPDD       EE   1992   OPEN          JOINT TACTICAL TERMINAL (JTT)
                                              Joint Tactical Terminal (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 night vision electro-optic
                                              (NVEO) devices. NVEO 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
                                              Provides cruise missile defense funds for development, integration
                                              and procurement of capabilities for the Army Air Missile Defense
                                              (AMD) system of systems efforts in support of the joint integrated air
                                              missile defense activities. The resources enable the Army contribution

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                                              to the joint integrated fire control network at the tactical, operational
                                              and strategic levels and to focus modernization paths to counter the
                                              lower end of the threat spectrum to better position the Army AMD in
                                              support of the current fight into the future.
         FPDH       EE   1991   OPEN          TARGET ACQUISITION SENSORS
                                              Supports multiple 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 a
                                              new radar processor and other upgrades to improve reliability and
                                              maintainability of the system. AN/TPQ-37 upgrades include
                                              mechanical improvements for increased mobility, quicker C-130 roll-
                                              on/roll-off capability, and replacement of the radar processor and
                                              upgrades to the antenna array and operations control shelter for
                                              increased mean time between failure (MBTF) of the system. These
                                              funds are in the mod-in-service line. The EQ-36 is a state-of-the-art
                                              360 degree counterfire radar that replaces the aging firefinder radars
                                              on a one for one basis. Supports the development & testing,
                                              procurement, and fielding activities for the AN/TPQ-50 LCMR. This
                                              radar system is a 360 degree manportable and HMMWV mountable
                                              lightweight counter-fire and sense and warn radar system which
                                              locates rocket, artillery, and mortar munitions points of origin (POO)
                                              and points of impact (POI) out to 10km. This system is interoperable
                                              with AFATDS and FAADC2 and a critical sensor to the C-RAM system
                                              of systems constructed systems, and hybrid electric power.
         FPDL       EE   1991   OPEN          INTEL, SURVEILLANCE & RECON ISRGROUND COLLECTION
                                              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) is an ACAT IAM
                                              Major Automated Information System (MAIS) system that connects
                                              commanders from company to Army Service Component Command
                                              (ASCC) to the Defense Intelligence Information Enterprise (DI2E). It
                                              modernizes, consolidates, and improves Intelligence, Surveillance and
                                              Reconnaissance (ISR) Tasking, Processing, Exploitation, and
                                              Dissemination (TPED) and analysis and production capabilities and
                                              provides multi-intelligence capabilities with a reduced forward
                                              footprint. DCGS-A improves commanders’ capabilities to enhance
                                              effects, shift battle focus rapidly, achieve situational understanding,
                                              and protect the force. It is the ISR component of the Army’s mission
                                              command Family of Systems (FOS) and Army’s component of the
                                              DoD distributed common ground/surface system FOS and DI2E.
         FPDQ       EE   1992   OPEN          COMBAT ID
                                              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 SURVIVABILITY EQUIPMENT (ASE)

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                                              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.
         FPEE       EE   1991   OPEN          AIRCREW INTEGRATED SYSTEMS
                                              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, increase
                                              aircrew survivability and enhance 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 day/night, all-weather, single-engine, 4-
                                              bladed main rotor, armed reconnaissance helicopter with a mast
                                              mounted sight housing a low-light television, thermal imaging system
                                              and laser rangefinder/designator. A total of 300 Kiowa Warriors are
                                              fielded to medium and light combat aviation brigades (CAB). The
                                              armed capability includes a .50-caliber machine gun and 2.75” rockets
                                              or hellfire anti-armor missile system. The Kiowa Warrior will be
                                              modernized with a nose mounted sensor and upgraded control display
                                              system via the cockpit and sensor upgrade program beginning in
                                              FY14 and is projected to be sustained through FY2025.
         FPEG       EE   1991   OPEN          BLACKHAWK
                                              Provides funding to include RDTE, procurement, and military
                                              construction (MILCON) in support of fielding an aviation platform to be
                                              used in the performance of the Air Assault, Air Cavalry, and Aero
                                              Medical Evacuation missions. The current platform is the UH60 twin
                                              engine, single rotor helicopter (Black Hawk).

         FPEH       EE   1991   OPEN          CH-47
                                              Resources the CH-47 modification program consisting of RDTE,
                                              procurement, and operations and maintenance (O&M). The major
                                              programs include the Improved Cargo Helicopter (ICH) which is a
                                              service life program to extend 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
                                              reconnaissance, 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
                                              Provides RDTE and procurement for avionics programs supporting
                                              command and control communications, navigation, surveillance,
                                              platform digital networking /integration, and Global Air Traffic
                                              Management (GATM) requirements. Programs include the Aviation
                                              Tactical Communications System (ATCS), Joint Tactical Radio
                                              System (JTRS) AMF, GPS navigation systems, Global Air Traffic
                                              Management (GATM) transponder systems, Aviation Mission Planning
                                              Systems (AMPS), Joint Precision Approach and Landing System
                                              (JPALS), Internal Data Modem (IDM), AH-64 interoperability, and the
                                              Aviation Data Exploitation Capability (ADEC). 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
                                              communication, navigation, surveillance 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

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                                              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 AERIAL SCOUT (AAS)
                                              Provides a rapidly deployable light attack and armed reconnaissance
                                              capability within the multi-functional aviation brigade. Rotary wing or
                                              unmanned functional capability has not been determined. The Armed
                                              Aerial Scout (AAS) will fulfill the capability gap for armed aerial
                                              reconnaissance; will replace the Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter
                                              (ARH) program which was cancelled by the DAE in October 2008. The
                                              AAS program is the current initiative to replace OH-58KW helicopter.
         FPET       EE   2004   OPEN          LIGHT UTILITY HELICOPTER (LUH)
                                              Provides funding for the procurement and fielding of the Light Utility
                                              Helicopter (LUH). The LUH is being procured as a Federal Aviation
                                              Administration (FAA) certified Commercial Off-the-Shelf/Non-
                                              Developmental Item (COTS/NDI) aircraft. It is a dual engine aircraft
                                              designed to carry six personnel or two NATO litters and a crew of four.
                                              It will be supported by a full Contracted Logistics Support (CLS)
                                              program for active component (AC) and a hybrid CLS for the Army
                                              National Guard (ARNG). The LUH is designed to conduct a wide
                                              range of missions as part of an integrated effort with other services,
                                              government agencies, nongovernmental organizations, and civil
                                              organizations. These missions include homeland security support
                                              operations, general support operations, medical evacuation
                                              operations, and support for Combat Training Centers (CTC) and Army
                                              Test and Evaluation Command (ATEC). The LUH will only operate in
                                              permissive environments. The LUH is fielded to selected table of
                                              distribution and allowance (TDA) units and ARNG security and support
                                              battalions (S&S Bn) table of organization and equipment (TOE) units.
                                              The LUH provides an affordable, modular, and standardized single
                                              airframe to replace the legacy OH-58A/C and UH-1H aircraft. There
                                              are seven LUH variants being fielded: utility, MEDEVAC, VIP, ARNG
                                              S&S Bn configuration.
         FPFB       EE   1991   OPEN          AIR/ MSLS DEF BATTLE MGMT C41 (AMD BMC41)
                                              Air Missile Defense (AMD) Battle Management Command, Control,
                                              Communications, Computers and Intelligence (BMC4I) enables the
                                              digitized battlefield management of Army air & missile defense
                                              sensors and shooters to provide effective defense against hostile
                                              aerial targets. It provides the automated support to collaborative
                                              defense planning, warning and alerting, third-dimensional situational
                                              awareness, airspace management, visualization of airspace activity,
                                              track acquisition, dissemination, and interoperability for Army, joint,
                                              allied and coalition AMD forces. The resources enable the Army
                                              contribution to the joint network at the tactical, operational, and
                                              strategic levels and to focus modernization paths to counter threat
                                              spectrums to better position the Army AMD in support of the current
                                              fight into the future.
         FPFD       EE   1992   OPEN          ENGINEER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
                                              Supports RDTE, procurement, and fielding of tactical fire trucks,
                                              critical generator systems for the prime power battalion (only unit in
                                              the army), and 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,
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                                              INFORMATION. CIHSSP PROGRAMS PROVIDE COMMANDERS
                                              CI AND HUMINT INFORMATION SPECIFICALLY TAILORED FOR
                                              FORCE PROTECTION AND THE WAR ON TERRORISM.

         FPFF       EE   1992   OPEN          ISR UAV SENSORS
                                              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 five programs that support Army Battle Command
                                              System (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          TACTICAL BATTLE COMMAND (TBC)
                                              Tactical Battle Command (TBC) serves as a mission critical tactical C2
                                              system allowing commanders and staffs to visualize and synchronize
                                              the elements of combat power for execution of combat operations.
                                              TBC provides mission critical collaborative and situation awareness
                                              tools to support decision making, planning, rehearsal and execution
                                              management. TBC provides the tactical core environment and
                                              common services baseline for executive decision, maneuver functional
                                              and battle staff tools, and enterprise services and infrastructure. TBC
                                              products and services include the Command Post of the Future
                                              (CPOF), Battle Command Common Services (BCCS) servers, MCS,
                                              joint convergence effort with the Marine Corps and tactical share point
                                              web portal. TBC achieves coalition interoperability of Command and
                                              Control Information Systems (C2IS) through the Multilateral
                                              Interoperability Program (MIP). TBC also provides integrating
                                              capability for the Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear
                                              (CBRN) information systems capabilities currently being developed by
                                              Joint Program Executive Office (JPEO) chemical and biological
                                              defense which includes Joint Warning and Reporting Network
                                              (JWARN) and Joint Effects Model (JEM).
         FPFR       EE   1993   OPEN          GLOBAL COMMAND & CONTROL SYSTEM - ARMY (GCCS-A)
                                              Provides funding for the Army Global Command & Control System
                                              (AGCCS) which is the secret C2 strategic/ theater component
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                                              Battle Command Systems (ABCS) for situational awareness data. It is
                                              the Army's portion of the Defense Global Command and Control
                                              System (DGCCS). 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.
         FPFS       EE   2002   OPEN          ENGINEER C2 SYSTEMS
                                              Provides for the RDTE, procurement, and fielding of Digital
                                              Topographic Support System (DTSS). DTSS is the automation
                                              support to topographic elements at echelons above corps, 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)
                                              Provides funding for the Knowledge Visualization System (KVS) which
                                              is a family of All Source Analysis Systems (ASAS) that automate
                                              intelligence analysis, the management of intelligence and electronic
                                              warfare resources, and the production and dissemination for use by
                                              the warfighter. ASAS-Light is a component of the Army Battle
                                              Command System (ABCS) and automated interfaces with ABCS and
                                              Global Command and Control System (GCCS) provides enemy,
                                              weather, and terrain information to the warfighter. This provides all-
                                              source fused picture of the current threat that can be quickly
                                              disseminated from echelons above corps down to battalion and back
                                              up to echelons above corps.
         FPHB       EE   1991   OPEN          SELF-PROPELLED HOWITZERS
                                              Provides funding for the M109A6 Paladin program along with its
                                              companion vehicle, the Field Artillery Ammunition Support vehicle
                                              (FAASV), M992A2, are M109 Family of Vehicles (FOV). Supports
                                              Paladin systems technical support and program office requirements,
                                              and the Paladin Integrated Management (PIM). PIM is an Army
                                              moderization program that addresses a critical capability gap created
                                              by the Non-Line of Sight (NLOS) cannon termination in June 2009;
                                              obsolescence and Size/Weight and Power (swap) issues in the M109
                                              FOV current fleet. PIM integrates current Bradley Fighting Vehicle
                                              (BFV) engine, drive train and suspension items, Future Combat
                                              Systems (FCS) electric drives with the current fleet M109 FOV fire
                                              control systems into a new chassis that better protects the force and is
                                              more survivable than the current M109 FOV. PIM will replace the
                                              currently fielded M109 FOV on a one-for-one basis in the Cannon
                                              Fires Battalions in Heavy Brigade Combat Teams (HBCT) and
                                              echelons above brigade.
         FPHC       EE   1991   OPEN          CANNON ARTILLERY AMMO
                                              Provides funding for the following: Excalibur munition which exploits
                                              the operational capability of all digitized 155mm cannons with three
                                              payloads - unitary, smart, and DPICM; Modular Artillery Charge
                                              System (MACS); Multi-Option Fuze Artillery (MOFA) for all 105mm
                                              and 155mm cannons; and Portable Inductor Artillery Fuze Setter
                                              (PIAFS).
         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.

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         FPJA       EE   1991   OPEN          HEAVY TACTICAL VEHICLE SYSTEMS
                                              Provides funds to develop, test, procure, and field Heavy Tactical
                                              Vehicle (HTV) systems to include: Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical
                                              Truck (HEMTT) variants such as light equipment transporters and load
                                              handling systems; Heavy Equipment Transporters (HET); line haul
                                              truck tractors; Palletized Load System (PLS) trucks, trailers, cargo
                                              beds, and container handling units; PLS extended service program;
                                              HTV modifications; and HTV protection kits.
         FPJB       EE   1991   OPEN          LIGHT TACTICAL VEHICLE (LTV) SYSTEMS
                                              Provides funds to develop, test, procure, and field Light Tactical
                                              Vehicle (LTV) systems to include: High Mobility Multi-purpose
                                              Wheeled Vehicles (HMMWV) and trailers, and Joint Light Tactical
                                              Vehicles (JLTV) and trailers.
         FPJC       EE   1991   OPEN          MEDIUM TACTICAL VEHICLE (MTV) SYSTEMS
                                              Provides funds to develop, test, procure, and field the Family of
                                              Medium Tactical Vehicles (FMTV) systems to include: Light Medium
                                              Tactical Vehicles (LMTV) and Medium Tactical Vehicles (MTV) cargo,
                                              tractor, van, wrecker, load handling system and dump truck variants;
                                              LMTV and MTV trailers; and MTV protection kits.
         FPLB       EE   1991   OPEN          JAVELIN
                                              Provides procurement funding for the manpacked anti-armor weapon
                                              missile. Includes the purchase of Command and Launch Units (CLU),
                                              missiles, training devices, and spares. 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
                                              Provides funding for the Army Tactical Missile System (ATACMS)
                                              Block IA missile. ATACMS 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 Multiple Rocket Launchers (MRLs) and Surface-to-
                                              Surface Missile Transporter-Erector-Launchers (SSM TELs). 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
                                              Provides funding for Hellfire. 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.
         FPLF       EE   1991   OPEN          MULTIPLE LAUNCH ROCKET SYSTEM (MLRS)
                                              Provides funding for 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 AIR-TO-GROUND MISSILE (JAGM)
                                              Provides funding for Joint Air-to-Ground Missile (JAGM). JAGM is a
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                                              launched missile system that provides advanced line-of-sight (LOS)
                                              and beyond-line-of-sight (BLOS) capabilities, including precision point
                                              targeting (both active and passive) and fire-and-forget seeker
                                              technologies; increased range; and increased lethality against soft and
                                              hardened moving and stationary targets. The JAGM will replace
                                              aviation-launched TOW, the Hellfire family of missiles and the Navy's
                                              Maverick family of missiles.
         FPLK       EE   1991   OPEN          MISSILES
                                              Funds development of current and future close combat anti-armor
                                              missile and target acquisition 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   OPEN          AVENGER
                                              Provides funding for the 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
                                              Provides funding for research, development and procurement of
                                              directed and kinetic energy capabilities 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
                                              Provides funding for the Navstar Global Positioning System (GPS).
                                              GPS is an 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. Funds a share of Army user equipment 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
                                              Provides funding for 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. Provides funding for RDTE, procurement, and sustainment of
                                              Communication Security (COMSEC) and key management
                                              operational services needed to secure army-wide tactical and strategic
                                              communications security.
         FPMH       EE   1991   OPEN          STRATEGIC WIDEBAND SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS SATCOM
                                              Provides funding to develop, procure and sustain the strategic military
                                              satellite communications terminals, control, and related 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          MILSATCOM
                                              Provides development and procurement funds for tactical satellite
                                              communication for the Ground Mobile Forces (GMF). As DoD lead
                                              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.

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                                              Requirements exist for single and multi-channel communication
                                              systems in the UHF, SHF, and EHF frequency bands.
         FPMM       EE   1991   OPEN          TACTICAL RADIOS
                                              Provides funding for the 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)
                                              Provides funding for Patriot. 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 U.S. 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          TERMINAL HIGH-ALT AREA DEF (THAAD)
                                              Provides research, development, and procurement of Terminal High-
                                              Altitude Area Defense (THAAD). THAAD constitutes the upper tier of
                                              the two-tiered theater or regional missile defense. THAAD is 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). This netted and distributed ballistic missile/C3 architecture
                                              will provide robust protection against the entire TBM. Supports the
                                              funding of RDTE and procurement of THAAD equipment should the
                                              responsibility pass from the Missile Defense Agency (MDA) to the
                                              Army.
         FPQG       EE   2003   OPEN          MISSILE SEGEMENT ENHANCEMENT (MSE)/PATRIOT
                                              Provides development, integration, and procurement funding for the
                                              Patriot missile system. The Patriot is an advanced surface-to-air
                                              guided missile system designed to defeat cruise missiles, tactical
                                              ballistic missiles and aircraft, including in multiple, simultaneous
                                              engagements. PATRIOT is capable of operating in the presence of
                                              Elecronic Countermeasures (ECM). Ongoing and near-term upgrades
                                              to the system include development, integration and procurement of the
                                              Missile Segment Enhancement (MSE) expanding upon the size of the
                                              PAC-3 battlespace, communications upgrades, improved warfighter
                                              interface and software upgrades to address current and emerging
                                              threats.
         FPQS       EE   1994   OPEN          JOINT TACTICAL GROUND STATION (JTAGS)
                                              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   2011          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   2011          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
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                                              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 XXI BATTLE COMMAND BRIGADE & BELOW (FBCB2)
                                              Funds the Force XXI Battle Command, Brigade and Below (FBCB2), 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. FBCB2 enhances the ability of tactical commanders to
                                              better synchronize their forces, achieve agility, and enable units to be
                                              both more survivable and more lethal.
         FPSM       EE   1995   OPEN          MANEUVER AMMUNITION SYSTEM (MAS)
                                              Provides funding for 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
                                              Force.
         FPSN       EE   1995   OPEN          MINES AND MUNITIONS
                                              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 disposal of unwanted ordnance.
         FPSS       EE   2000   OPEN          BRIGADE COMBAT TEAM (BCT) MODERNIZATION
                                              Provides development and procurement for Brigade Combat Team
                                              (BCT) modernization. BCT modernization is a networked set of
                                              capabilities enhancing BCT lethality and survivability for full 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.

         FPSV       EE   2011   OPEN          GROUND COMBAT VEHICLE (GCV)
                                              Provides development and procurement funding for the Ground
                                              Combat Vehicle (GCV). The GCV is a critical combat and combat
                                              support platform for the Heavy Brigade Combat Team (HBCT). The
                                              GCV provides required and essential capability for the Army and the
                                              joint warfighting force to be successful in the future from 2017 to 2050.
                                              This platform will provide versatile mobile armored protection and
                                              utility across the range of military operations, in virtually any terrain,
                                              weather, and against a variety of hybrid threats. The first variant of the
                                              GCV will be an Infantry Fighting Vehicle (IFV) to replace the Bradley
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                                              mission roles within the HBCT. The GCV leverages existing
                                              technologies to equip the current force and will incrementally upgrade
                                              as advances in information, materials, and weapons systems
                                              technologies mature. The interim capability provided by the GCV will
                                              allow us to respond to immediate and future operational threats.
         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.


FS**                EE                        CBRN SOLDIER PROTECTION (CSP)
         FSPS       EE   2012   OPEN          Provides development and procurement funds for warfighter protection
                                              against the full range of Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and
                                              Nuclear (CBRN) threats and effects, allowing individual soldiers to
                                              survive and conduct sustained operations in a CBRN contaminated
                                              environment.

FT**                EE                        FIELDING AND WEAPON MATERIEL SYSTEMS
         FTRC       EE   1995   OPEN          ADVANCED COMBAT TECHNOLOGIES
                                              Funds operational system development and other support equipment
                                              for special access programs.
HS**                EE                        HEALTH SERVICES/MEDICAL ACTIVITIES
         HSMR       EE   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.



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

         MPBO       EE   2010   OPEN          UNIT LEVEL BIOMETRIC PROGRAMS
                                              Provides development and procurement funding for 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.
         MPTH       EE   1991   OPEN          LOGISICS AUTOMATION-CURRENT
                                              Provides funding for common support (such as infrastructure costs
                                              and hardware refresh requirements) for the suite of existing logistic
                                              automation systems.
         MPTI       EE   2000   OPEN          SINGLE ARMY LOGISTICS ENTERPRISE (SALE)
                                              Provides funding for Single Army Logistics Enterprise (SALE). SALE
                                              will support logistics business processes at the tactical, strategic, and
                                              operational levels. It is the enabling technology that fully integrates the
                                              Logistics Automation Network (supply, maintenance, accountability,
                                              etc.). Based on commercially proven Enterprise Resource Planning
                                              (ERP) technologies which provide a modern, integrated tool for
                                              logisticians, resource managers and others in a seamless tactical to
                                              national system.
         MPT0       EE   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
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                                              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.

MS**                EE                        NON-PROGRAM EXECUTIVE OFFICE INTENSIVELY MANAGED
                                              INFORMATION/COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS
         MSB2       EE   1989   OPEN          TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION SYSTEMS
                                              Provides funding for transportation management systems in support of
                                              unit movement and the logistics distribution function. Includes the
                                              Transportation Coordinator Automated Information Management
                                              System (TC-AIMS II) and the Cargo Movement Operation System
                                              (CMOS).
         MS3Q       EE   1989   OPEN          ULLS
                                              Provides resources for functions performed in support of concept
                                              development, design, test and evaluation, fielding and sustainment of
                                              the Unit Level Logistics System (ULLS). ULLS is designed to create
                                              unit level supply transactions, maintain document control registers,
                                              and provide supply, maintenance, and financial status reports.
MT**                EE                        NON-PROGRAM EXECUTIVE OFFICE TACTICAL
                                              INFORMATION/COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS


         MT5Y       EE   1991   OPEN          TACTICAL CE EQUIPMENT REDISTRIBUTION
                                              Provides funds for refurbishing and redistribution of Comm-Electronics
                                              (CE) assemblages which are displaced by new equipment fieldings.
                                              This allows the entire force including the Reserve Component (RC) to
                                              modernize.

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

         MU17       EE   1992   OPEN          ARMY ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE (AEA)
                                              Provides funding for the Army's Information Technology (IT)
                                              architecture transformation effort referred to as the Army Enterprise
                                              Architecture (AEA). 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 IT 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

         MXSH       EE   1991   OPEN          STRATEGIC C-2 FACILITIES
                                              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 (AOC). Provides O&M funding for designated RCC and Army
                                              GCCS/GCCS-A user commands.
         MX5T       EE   1991   OPEN          INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY
                                              Army is the lead military department to develop, procure and sustain
                                              the strategic military satellite communications terminals, control, and
                                              related equipment to satisfy the long-haul communications
                                              requirements of the deployed warfighters and JCS validated
                                              Command, Control, Communications & Information (C3I) requirement
                                              in support of the the president and the joint field commanders.
                                              Provides critical conduit for intelligence information transfer to
                                              deployed forces worldwide. The Defense SATCOM system provides
                                              reach-back capability to the sustaining base for corps forces and
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                                              echelons above corps.

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

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
                                              Provides resources for the M113 Family of Vehicles (FOV) which
                                              consists of 16 different variants/platforms. 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 (BFV) during
                                              maneuvers.
         RA11       EE   1991   OPEN          SMALL ARMS
                                              Provides resources for 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 include 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
                                              Provides funding for the development and acquisition of the M777A2
                                              howitzer, which have been fielded to the Army's seven active Stryker
                                              Brigade Combat Teams (BCTs), one National Guard (NG) Stryker
                                              BCT, and to the fires brigades in both active and NG units, replacing
                                              the M198 howitzer. Also supports acquisition of the M119 howitzer to
                                              meet Army modularization requirements, and supports the application
                                              of modernization system enhancements and includes the integration
                                              of digital fire control components to the M119 howitzer.
         RB12       EE   1992   OPEN          ARTILLERY ACCURACY EQUIPMENT
                                              Provides funding for the following field artillery support systems whose
                                              primary mission is to provide data to facilitate the accurate location
                                              and action in targeting efforts: Lightweight Laser Designator
                                              Rangefinder (LLDR) and the Joint Effects Targeting System (JETS) for
                                              light and heavy forces; AN/TMQ-52 Profiler Meteorological Measuring
                                              System(MMS) for active Army and National Guard (NG) stryker,
                                              heavy, light, and fires brigades; and the CMD-Profiler.

RD**                EE                        AVIATION

         RD12       EE   1991   OPEN          AIRCRAFT COMPONENT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
                                              Provides development, testing and evaluation funding 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. Also funds airworthiness certification of all Legacy and
                                              Interim-to-Objective Force aircraft.
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         RD13       EE   1991   OPEN          UTILITY FIXED WING AIRCRAFT
                                              Funds the Army's utility fixed wing aircraft modernization to include
                                              cockpit and avionics upgrades for 300+ aircraft. Cockpit modifications
                                              include EFIS and proline upgrades, avionics include SATCOM radios,
                                              Mode S and Mode 5 capabilities. Also procures 4 T-6 aircraft and 2
                                              new C-12s for AMC and FORSCOM. Supports modifications to the
                                              VIP aircraft fleet which involves SLC3S modifications required by
                                              OSD. In the extended programming period (EPP), funds procurement
                                              of a future utility aircraft to replace the old legacy C-12s.
         RD15       EE   1991   OPEN          AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
                                              Provides for the development, upgrade, and fielding of aviation logistic
                                              and maintenance tools and test equipment necessary for the
                                              sustainment of current and future force Army aircraft. It currently
                                              includes Aviation Ground Power Unit (AGPU) upgrades, Aviation
                                              Intermediate Maintenance (AVIM) shop sets+, Battle Damage
                                              Assessment and Repair kits (BDAR), Non-Destructive Test Equipment
                                              (NDTE), tool sets upgrades, Standard Aircraft Towing System (SATS),
                                              fuel quantity test equipment, swaging kits, maintenance platforms,
                                              pilot systems test equipment, vibrations analyzers, and the aviation
                                              Shop Equipment Contact Maintenance (SECM).
         RD16       EE   1991   OPEN          AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL
                                              Funds radar, ground to air communications, control towers, flight
                                              following and navigational aids capability to active and National Guard
                                              (NG) 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
                                              Procures ammo items (tank, artillery, mortar, small & medium caliber,
                                              grenades, demolitions, pyrotechnics, simulators) required for STRAC
                                              (DA PAM 350-38), Institutional POI, CTC, Special Ops & CTA 50-909
                                              (non-STRAC) training. Items require 12-24 month lead time. Supports
                                              individual, crew, team, squad, system qualifications and training.
                                              Minimally supports a few small R&D efforts.
         RE04       EE   1991   OPEN          AMMUNITION PRODUCTION BASE SMCA
                                              Provides funding to maintain the production base for conventional
                                              ammo for DoD. Efforts include production base facilitization,
                                              modernization, prove-out and layaway of facilities and production
                                              equipment; correction of environmental deficiencies; industrial
                                              preparedness planning for peacetime, surge, and mobilization;
                                              maintenance and management of laid away facilities and plant
                                              equipment; preservation, storage and ultimate asset disposal. Funds
                                              efforts which reduce product and asset ownership costs through the
                                              Armament Retooling and Manufacturing Support (ARMS) program.
         RE06       EE   2002   OPEN          WAR AND OPERATIONS AMMUNITION
                                              Procures conventional war and operational stocks of ammunition to
                                              support directed war and operations capabilities.

RF**                EE                        ENGINEERING AND MINE WAREFARE

         RF01       EE   1991   OPEN          TACTICAL BRIDGING
                                              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 40% of force
                                              package 1 and 100% of force package 2 requirements (all active
                                              component bridge companies). The HDSB (FY01) replaced the
                                              medium girder bridge and the bailey bridge. The improved ribbon
                                              bridge (FY01) supported heavier loads in faster water and over higher
                                              banks.
         RF02       EE   1991   OPEN          COUNTERMINES

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                                              Supports research, development, test, evaluation, 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
                                              Provides research, development, testing, evaluation and procurement
                                              funding 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 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
                                              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 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          PROTECTIVE SYSTEMS
                                              Provides resources required to support force protection capabilities to
                                              the warfighters. Multiple systems identified in two subgroups provide
                                              various levels of force protection to the warfighter in the full spectrum
                                              of military operations. The first group of systems enables our soldiers
                                              to safely perform security and force protection missions in a persistent
                                              threat environment. The programs of record for the first group are
                                              Battlefield Anti-Intrusion System (BAIS), Light Kit Motion Detector
                                              (LKMD), Gunshot Detection (GSD), Non-Intrusive Inspection System
                                              (NIIS), Acoustic Hailing Device (AHD) and Launched Electrode Stun
                                              Device (LESD)/Taser). The second Group contains smoke and
                                              obscurants to enable the warfighter to have total spectral control of
                                              threat weapon systems using multi-spectral obscurant capabilities.

RH**                EE                        INTELLIGENCE ELECTRONIC WARFARE

         RH01       EE   1991   OPEN          TACTICAL INTELLIGENCE & EXPLOITATION
                                              Provides funds to acquire, analyze, and exploit foreign equipment;
                                              supports U.S. R&D through reverse engineering; develops counter
                                              measures. Provides Intelligence Satellite Communications Capability,
                                              TROJAN SPIRIT for Brigade Combat Teams (BCTs). Allows the Army
                                              component of a Joint Task Force (JTF) to conduct special Information
                                              Operations (IO) against threat country or threat organization
                                              information systems. Lacking the capability, the commander must
                                              employ conventional means with less flexibility, at a greater risk and
                                              expense (Classified Program).

RJ**     RJ**       EE                        COMBAT SUPPORT SERVICE

         RJC0       EE   1992   OPEN          MAINTENANCE & EOD EQUIPMENT
                                              Provides funds to develop, test, procure, and field maintenance
                                              equipment which includes Forward Repair System (FRS), Hydraulic
                                              Systems Test and Repair Unit (HSTRU), Shop Equipment Contact
                                              Maintenance (SECM), Shop Equipment Welding (SEW), and Standard
                                              Automotive Tool Set (SATS). Also procures and fields Explosive
                                              Ordnance Disposal (EOD) equipment which includes robotics
                                              systems, lightweight x-ray systems, firing devices, basic and unique
                                              EOD tools, and remote control Improvised Explosive Device (IED)
                                              countermeasure systems.
         RJC7       EE   1991   OPEN          MATERIEL HANDLING EQUIPMENT (MHE)
                                              Provides funds to develop, test, procure, and field Material Handling
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                                              Equipment (MHE) which includes the 5k Light Capability Rough
                                              Terrain (LCRT) forklift, the All Terrain Lifting Army System (ATLAS),
                                              and the Rough Terrain Container Handler (RTCH); provide funds for
                                              modification kits and MHE extended service program.
         RJC9       EE   1991   OPEN          TACTICAL ELECTRIC POWER
                                              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
                                              Provides funds to develop, test, procure, and field water purification,
                                              water storage and distribution, and petroleum storage and distribution
                                              equipment which includes Hippo water distribution systems, modular
                                              fuel systems, and unit water pod systems. Funds
                                              advanced/engineering development of petroleum distribution, fluid
                                              transfer systems, and quality analysis equipment.
         RJM5       EE   2001   OPEN          ARMY WATERCRAFT
                                              Provides funds to develop, test, procure, and field joint high speed
                                              vessels; provides funds for the Logistics Support Vessel (LSV),
                                              Landing Craft Utility (LCU), Service Life Extension Program (SLEP)
                                              and the Army's Logistics Over the Shore program (LOTS).
         RJS1       EE   1991   OPEN          SOLDIER MODERNIZATION
                                              Funds 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. Funds development of food and food service equipment
                                              for all services and DLA under a DoD program managed by the Army
                                              as Executive Agent (EA).
         RJS2       EE   1991   OPEN          COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
                                              Provides funds to develop, test, procure, and field 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, mobile integrated
                                              remains collection systems, and items less than $5M.
         RJS3       EE   2011   OPEN          UNMANNED SOLDIER SYSTEMS
                                              Provides funding for sensors and robotics designed to support
                                              dismounted operations through surveillance, reconnaissance and
                                              early warning while limiting Soldier exposure to particularly dangerous
                                              areas. Allows dismounted Soldiers to gain situational awareness of
                                              potentially hazardous terrain such as rooms, sewers, caves or NBC
                                              contaminated areas prior to exposing themselves to potential ambush,
                                              EIF or chemical attack.

         RJT7       EE   1991   OPEN         TRAILERS & OTHER TACTICAL VEHICLES
                                             Provides funds to develop, test, procure, and field other tactical
                                             vehicles, trailers, semi trailers, yard tractors and fifth wheel towing
                                             device; provides funds for modification of in-service equipment to
                                             include Mine-Resistant Ambush-Protected (MRAP) vehicles and items
                                             less than $5M.


RK**                EE                       SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY BASE

         RK01       EE   1991   OPEN         RESEARCH-TECHNOLOGY BASE
                                             Funds systematic study directed toward greater knowledge and
                                             understanding of fundamental phenomena unfettered by a requirement
                                             for specific application towards processes or products . It includes all
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                                             fundamental knowledge and understanding in those fields of physical,
                                             engineering, environmental, and life sciences related to long-term Army
                                             needs. It is farsighted, high payoff research in areas such as
                                             nanotechnology, biotechnology, robotics, immersive environments for
                                             soldier training, and directed energy, that provides the basis for
                                             technical progress in providing future operating capabilities for the
                                             warfighter.
         RK02       EE   1991   OPEN         FORCE PROTECTION TECHNOLOGY
                                             Funds the development, maturation and demonstration of technologies
                                             that enable organizations, platforms, and soldiers to avoid detection,
                                             acquisition, hit, penetration, and kill. This includes advanced armor,
                                             countermine detection and neutralization, combat ID, aircraft
                                             survivability, active protection systems, obscurants and camouflage.
                                             Major efforts include the Kinetic Energy Active Protection Systems,
                                             counter-Improvised Explosive Device (IED) efforts, tactical vehicle and
                                             aircraft survivability, and tactical high energy lasers to counter Rockets,
                                             Artillery and Mortars (RAM).
         RK03       EE   1992   OPEN          MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY
                                             Funds the development, maturation and demonstration of promising
                                             medical technologies that protect and treat soldiers that lead to
                                             increase deployability and availability by reducing casualties and loss of
                                             life. Program includes vaccine and drug development to prevent and
                                             treat naturally occurring infectious disease of military relevance,
                                             inclusive of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), combat casualty
                                             care, and military operational medicine (to include force health
                                             protection). Program provides transition to system development and
                                             demonstration of materiel solutions and informational products. All
                                             research complies with U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
                                             requirements for medical devices, as well as controlled clinical testing
                                             of experimental (previously unproven in humans) vaccines, diagnostics,
                                             and therapeutic drugs for safety and effectiveness.
         RK09       EE   1991   OPEN         SOLDIER TECHNOLOGY
                                             Funds the development, maturation and demonstration of technology to
                                             support the future soldier, including enhanced ballistic protection;
                                             compact power and power management; dismounted warrior situational
                                             awareness; advances in clothing and equipment; sustenance and
                                             nutritional enhancements; advanced training tools and methods to
                                             enhance warfighter and commander abilities and performance; human
                                             factors engineering to ensure human-system physical compatibility; and
                                             cognitive engineering concepts to avoid information overload and
                                             optimize task allocation for enhanced warfighter effectiveness. Major
                                             efforts include the Future Force Warrior Advanced Technology
                                             Demonstration.
         RK10       EE   1991   OPEN         UNMANNED SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY
                                             Funds the development, maturation and demonstration of technologies
                                             to significantly enhance the effectiveness of unmanned air and ground
                                             systems through improved perception, cooperative behaviors and
                                             increased autonomy. Major efforts include intelligent decision aids for
                                             increased autonomy and decreased need for human intervention;
                                             intelligent agent software for improved robot - Soldier and robot - robot
                                             mission collaboration; sensor and perception hardware for improved
                                             situational awareness; and UAV rotor and drive train designs for
                                             increased load, range and mission endurance.
         RK11       EE   1991   OPEN         MILITARY ENG & ENVIRON TECH,SIMULATION & COMPUTING
                                             FUNDS THE DOD HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING
                                             MODERNIZATION PROGRAM TO INCLUDE DOD
                                             SUPERCOMPUTING RESOURCE CENTERS, SOFTWARE
                                             APPLICATIONS AND SIMULATION DEVELOPMENT AND SUPPORT,
                                             NETWORKING AND SECURITY. ENABLE CAPABILITIES THAT
                                             EMPOWER, UNBURDEN AND PROTECT OUR SOLDIERS WHILE
                                             BEING GOOD STEWARDS OF THE ENVIRONMENT. FUNDS
                                             RESEARCH, TECHNOLOGIES, AND DEMONSTRATIONS FOR:
                                             SUSTAINABLE RANGES AND LANDS; MILITARY MATERIALS IN
                                             THE ENVIRONMENT; POLLUTION PREVENTION; AND ADAPTIVE
                                             AND RESILIENT INSTALLATIONS. THIS INCLUDES
                                             TECHNOLOGIES FOR COMPLIANCE WITH ENVIRONMENTAL

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                                             REGULATIONS AND LAWS TO OPERATE TRAINING AREAS, AND
                                             TO VACATE MILITARY LAND IN CONJUNCTION WITH BRAC
                                             ACTIONS. IT ALSO INCLUDES MITIGATING IMPACTS TO
                                             ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS SURROUNDING BASES AND TRAINING
                                             RANGES, AND PREDICTING TOXICOLOGICAL IMPACTS ON THE
                                             ENVIRONMENT.
         RK12       EE   1991   OPEN         CLASSIFIED TECHNOLOGY
                                             Funds applied research and advanced technology development efforts
                                             for Army Science and Technology (S&T) special access programs.
         RK13       EE   1991   OPEN         AIR PLATFORM TECHNOLOGY
                                             Funds the development, maturation and demonstration of technologies
                                             to enhance the performance and effectiveness of current and future
                                             rotorcraft. Major efforts include the small heavy fuel engine
                                             development; joint heavy lift concept refinement; rotor, avionics,
                                             structures and drive train improvements; flight controls; networked air
                                             operations; and low cost self-protection hardware for rotorcraft
                                             survivability.
         RK14       EE   1991   OPEN         ADVANCED SIMULATION
                                             Funds the development, maturation and demonstration of simulation
                                             technologies that provide increasingly realistic environments (e.g.
                                             asymmetric warfare, urban operations) and systems to support
                                             acquisition, requirements development, and training. Major efforts
                                             include Learning with Adaptive Simulation and Training (LAST);
                                             networked live, virtual and constructive simulations; immersive
                                             embedded training; virtual environments; and range systems for live
                                             use.
         RK15       EE   1991   OPEN         ISR TECHNOLOGY
                                             Funds the development, maturation and demonstration of sensor
                                             processing and sensor technologies to enable persistent and integrated
                                             situational awareness and understanding. Enables actionable
                                             intelligence that is specific to the needs of the Soldier, across the range
                                             of military operations. Major efforts include 3rd generation FLIR,
                                             Mission Equipment Packages (MEP) for UAVs, Soldier Mobility Vision
                                             Systems (SMVS), and Sense Through the Wall (STTW) systems.
         RK16       EE   1991   OPEN         LETHALITY TECHNOLOGY
                                             Funds the development, maturation and demonstration of technologies
                                             to enhance the lighter forces and to provide both lethal and non-lethal
                                             effect options for the Future Force. This includes components and end
                                             items such as energetic materials, warheads, submunitions, precision
                                             guidance devices, tactical missiles, soldier weapons, tank guns,
                                             ammunition, artillery projectiles and non-lethal weapons. Major efforts
                                             include NLOS-LS variants, SLC missiles, 120mm Mid-Range Munition
                                             (MRM), Common Smart Submunitions (CSS) and non-lethal munitions.
         RK17       EE   1991   OPEN         GROUND PLATFORM TECHNOLOGY
                                             Funds a prioritized, balanced porfolio of technologies focused on
                                             current and future Army ground capabilities that empower, unburden
                                             and protect our soldiers and warfighters. Funds the development,
                                             maturation and demonstration of techologies for protection for currently
                                             fielded and future force ground platforms, including advanced armor,
                                             Counter Mines (CM)/Improvised Explosive Device (IED) and Rockets,
                                             Artillery and Mortar (RAM). Develops technologies for medium and
                                             large caliber weapons, munitions, missiles, lethal and non-lethal
                                             technology, and directed energy weapons, ground unmanned systems,
                                             and hybrid electric power.
         RK19       EE   1991   OPEN         C4 TECHNOLOGY
                                             Funds the development, maturation and demonstration of command,
                                             control and communications technologies that enable decision
                                             superiority and allow precision maneuver to positions of advantage and
                                             will virtually link every Soldier, leader, unit into a seamless battlefield
                                             network. Major efforts include network enabled battle command,
                                             advanced antennas, advanced communications waveforms and
                                             protocols, and network security.
         RK20       EE   1991   OPEN         LOGISTICS TECHNOLOGY
                                             Funds the development, maturation and demonstration of technologies
                                             to enhance deployability and reduce logistics demand. Major efforts
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                                             technology to support force projection, efficient power sources and
                                             hybrid electric drive for reduced fuel consumption, water purification and
                                             recovery systems and prognostics and diagnostics for improved
                                             sustainment.
         RK23       EE   2012   OPEN         TECHNOLOGY MATURATION INITIATIVES
                                             Provides funding for evaluating integrated technologies and to expedite
                                             technology transition to programs of record. Funds technology
                                             maturation efforts, including competitive prototyping, for selected pre-
                                             Milestone B programs. Enables the Army to meet the Weapons System
                                             Review Act (WSARA) 2009 goal of ensuring competition while maturing
                                             Science and Technology (S&T) projects to Technology Readiness Level
                                             (TRL) 7, and to close the gap between S&T completion and program
                                             initiation.

RL**                EE                       TEST EVALUATION


         RL02       EE   1991   OPEN         ARMY TEST INFRASTRUCTURE
                                             Funds Test and Evaluation (T&E) personnel to perform tasks on Army
                                             T&E ranges and facilities. Funds Army Test and Evaluation Command
                                             (ATEC) and test directorate HQ personnel. Funds support of T&E
                                             ranges and test facilities for operational tests/development tests and
                                             other T&E 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
                                             Funds 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; and 4) defense business operating 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
                                             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.

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                                             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
                                             Funds the Abrams System Enhancement Program (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 Generation FLIR
                                             sensors, Hunter/Killer capability via the Commander's Independent
                                             Thermal Viewer (CITV), digitial command and control, thermal
                                             management 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 SEP, which upgrades old M1s and retrofits M1A2s into the
                                             M1A2SEP configuration. The current force will continue to play a critical

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                                             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
                                             Funds the Longbow Weapon System (AH-64D) consisting 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   2011         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         CH-47F UPGRADE RECAP
                                             Funds the CH-47, the airframe of choice in the global War on Terrorism
                                             and 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 Cargo Helicopter Modernization
                                             Program.
         RU05       EE   2001   OPEN         HERCULES M88A2 UPGRADE RECAP
                                             Funds the Hercules M88A2 upgrade recapapitalization.
         RU06       EE   2001   2011         ARMORED VEHICLE LAUNCHED BRIDGE AVLB UPGRADE RECAP
                                             ARMORED VEHICLE LAUNCHED BRIDGE (AVLB) UPGRADE
                                             RECAP

         RU08       EE   2001   OPEN         BRADLEY UPGRADE RECAP
                                             Funds 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 Generation
                                             FLIR), 155MM fragmentation top protection, the commander's
                                             independent viewer (2nd Generation 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

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                                             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 GPS to increase system lethality, while easing the
                                             demands of navigation in featureless terrain.
         RU09       EE   2001   OPEN         MLRS M270A1 UPGRADE RECAP
                                             Funds the Multiple Launched Rocket System (MLRS) M270A1 upgrade
                                             recapitalization.
         RU10       EE   2004   2011         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         HEMTT ESP UPGRADE RECAP
                                             Funds the Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Truck (HEMTT)
                                             recapitalization program, which modernizes older HEMMT models to
                                             armor capable vehicles.
         RU14       EE   2001   2011         GLIDER (LINE HAUL) M915A4 UPGRADE RECAP
                                             GLIDER (LINE HAUL) M915A4 UPGRADE RECAP


         RU21       EE   2001   OPEN         HMMWV UPGRADE RECAP
                                             Funds the High Mobility Multi-purpose Wheeled Vehicles (HMMWV)
                                             recapitalization program which includes up-armored and unarmored
                                             vehicles.
         RU22       EE   2012   OPEN         STRYKER UPGRADE PROGRAM
                                             Provides funds for the Stryker Family of Vehicles which consists of 10
                                             variants that have been procured to meet the SBCT requirements.
                                             Many new capabilities have been integrated into the Stryker platform
                                             based on lessons learned during recent deployments to OIF and OEF.
                                             As a result, the vehicle has reached its space, weight, power, and
                                             cooling capacity and will require an upgrade program to regain its lost
                                             capacity and to enable future growth and network interoperability.

V***                EE                       SPECIAL VISIBILITY PROGRAMS

         VAWE       EE   1997   OPEN         ADVANCED WARFIGHTING EXPERIMENTS
                                             Funds the Special Visibility Program (SVP) supporting 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 Army's 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. Supports core AWE functions.

         VCHM       EE   1991   OPEN         CHEMICAL DEMILITARIZATION
                                             Funds 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

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                                             Funds the Army Modeling and Simulation Cross-Command
                                             Collaboration and Integration (M&SC3I); promotes the Army’s goal to
                                             achieve affordable, interoperable and networked Models and Simulation
                                             (M&S) capabilities. In support of Army Operating and Generating Force
                                             functions, and institutional processes, M&SC3I addresses analytical
                                             efforts underlying decision making, capability development and life-
                                             cycle costs by capitalizing on M&S technologies (accomplished through
                                             collaborative efforts of the training/operations and acquisition
                                             communities). Funds programs that (1) promote Army M&S standards,
                                             (2) develop new M&S models and improve existing M&S models to
                                             reduce time, resources and risk associated with operational/institutional
                                             decision-making and the acquisition process and (3) advance the
                                             following RDTE programs: M&S research, analysis and
                                             experimentation; simulation technology; simulation-to-C4I
                                             interoperability; and M&S tools and services.

         VREF       EE   2008   OPEN         RAPID EQUIPPING SOLDIER SPT
                                             Funds the planning and execution of assessments and studies of 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 (S&T) 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 (AAE). Provides resources for support of the 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

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

         ZTEE       EE   2011   2018         EE PEG WEDGE
                                             Holding account for undistributed wedges within the EE PEG to be
                                             cleared in later sub-cycles of the current POM cycle.




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                                           II INSTALLATIONS


BR**                II

        BRAC        II    1996   OPEN         BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE

        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.
                                              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.


D***                II

        DFFE        II    2004   OPEN         FIELD FORCE ENGINEERING
                                              Funds the 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 reach-back 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
                                              ASCCs and COCOMs. Provides funding for USACE participation in
                                              training for contingencies, operations planning, Homeland Security
                                              operations (including power projection), temporary deployments for
                                              JCS/Warfighter exercises, and providing technical assistance to
                                              supported COCOMs during peacetime engagement activities.
        DMCS        II    1991   2011         MOBILIZATION CONSTRUCTION SUPPORT

        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         RESTRUCTURE & FUTURE FORCE SUPPORT
                                              Resources installation and infrastructure facility requirements
                                              supporting approved Future Force structure changes, system fielding or
                                              other approved programs/policies. Principally includes specified
                                              projects or DA approved initiatives with COCOM, ACOM, ASCC or

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                                              DRU interest that requires increased visibility. Intended to provide
                                              programming visibility on facility requirements for a temporary period
                                              until the program is absorbed in a dedicated MDEP or within the
                                              existing baseline MDEP structure.
        DA3S        II    2005   2010         SBCT FACILITY SUPPORT
                                              NARRATIVE: TBD

        DA3V        II    2005   OPEN         AVIATION TRANSFORMATION FACILITY SUPPORT
                                              NARRATIVE: TBD



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
                                              Funds unspecified minor construction projects which have a cost of
                                              $2,000,000 or less ($3,000,000 or less for life, health, and 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 (AFH) NEW CONSTRUCTION
                                              Funds construction of new residences to reduce housing deficits in U.S.
                                              and foreign locations. Provides for construction of new residences to
                                              replace existing residences in U.S. and foreign locations, when
                                              restoration or improvement costs exceed 50% of replacement value.
        E32R        II    1992   OPEN         ARMY FAMILY HOUSING REVITALIZATION IMPROVEMENTS
                                              Funds the cost for improvements to existing family housing residences
                                              through revitalization. Captures the costs of improvements, in U.S. and
                                              foreign locations, when the costs are less than 50% of the replacement
                                              value.
        E33H        II    2003   OPEN         ARMY FAMILY HOUSING: OPERATIONS
                                              Funds all costs associated with the operations of a residence to include
                                              management, services, furnishing and utilities – in the U.S. and foreign
                                              locations, excludes leased housing.
        E33R        II    2003   2012         REVITALIZATION OF ARMY FAMILY HOUSING-US OVERSEAS
                                              Funds major revitalization and Maintenance and Restoration (M&R)
                                              projects to eliminate inadequate Army Family Housing and sustain the
                                              residual owned inventory in: Hawaii, Alaska and Puerto Rico.
        E34H        II    2003   OPEN         ARMY FAMILY HOUSING MAINTENANCE
                                              Funds all costs for sustainment and maintenance of residences – in the
                                              U.S. and foreign locations. Excludes leased housing.
        E34R        II    2003   2012         REVITALIZATION OF ARMY FAMILY HOUSING-FOREIGN
                                              Funds major revitalization and Maintenance and Restoration (M&R)
                                              projects to eliminate inadequate Army family housing and sustain the
                                              residual owned foreign inventory.
        E35H        II    2003   OPEN         ARMY FAMILY HOUSING LEASING
                                              Funds all costs associated to locating and executing leases, and to
                                              furnish and manage leased residences to include high cost leases, – in
                                              the U.S. and foreign locations.
        E35R        II    2003   2012         CONUS REVITALIZATION OF ARMY FAMILY HOUSING
                                              Funds major revitalization and Maintenance and Restoration (M&R)
                                              projects to eliminate inadequate Army family housing and sustain the
                                              residual owned CONUS inventory.
        E3H6        II    2004   OPEN         INITIAL ENTRY TRAINING BARRACKS
                                              Funds the Initial Entry Training (IET) Barracks Buyout (FY15 funded –
                                              FY17 occupancy): encompasses revitalization or construction of IET,
                                              Advanced Individual Training (AIT), and Reception barracks to include
                                              initial issue furnishings for new construction. Construction programming
                                              terminates in FY15. In addition to major construction costs, facility costs
                                              include project tails as outlined in IAW AR 420-1 for: land acquisition,

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                                                  National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) compliance, imbedded
                                                  facility Information Technology (IT) connectivity to the existing
                                                  installation IT backbone; common user support, baseline, and core IT
                                                  services; standard furnishings, fixtures, and equipment; and Intrusion
                                                  Detection Systems (IDS).

        E3H7        II        1991   OPEN         PERMANENT PARTY BARRACKS MODERNIZATION PROGRAM
                                                  Funds the Permanent Party Barracks Buyout (FY13 funded – FY15
                                                  occupancy): revitalizes 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 current standards for Soldier well-
                                                  being and mission accomplishment. This includes projects that address
                                                  functional as well as physical obsolescence. Facilities funded are
                                                  barracks and dining facilities. Complexes may also include
                                                  administrative facilities associated with the barracks, typically company
                                                  operations facilities, and battalion and brigade headquarters.
                                                  Construction programming terminates in FY13.
        E3H9        II        2009   OPEN         OPERATIONAL READINESS TRAINING COMPLEX
                                                  Funds the revitalization or construction of Operational Readiness
                                                  Training Complex (ORTCs) for transient collective training to replace
                                                  World War II wood cantonment and other outdated facilities. Supports
                                                  reserve component Annual Training (AT), Inactive Duty Training (IDT)
                                                  and mobilization facility requirements; Active Component (AC)
                                                  cantonment requirements when training away from home station and all
                                                  cadet summer training requirements. Complexes include open bay
                                                  enlisted barracks, officer/senior NCO housing, brigade, battalion, &
                                                  company headquarters, maintenance facilities and dining facilities. All
                                                  facilities are austere and designed for temporary occupancy to support
                                                  collective training, Reserve Component (RC) mobilization and cadet
                                                  summer training. In addition to major construction costs, facility costs
                                                  include project tails as outlined in IAW AR 420-1 for: land acquisition,
                                                  National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) compliance, imbedded
                                                  facility Information Technology (IT) connectivity to the existing
                                                  installation IT backbone; common user support, baseline, and core IT
                                                  services; standard furnishings, fixtures, and equipment; and Intrusion
                                                  Detection Systems (IDS).
        E3RE        II        1991   OPEN         USACE IN SUPPORT TO ARMY
                                                  Provides resources for command, control and operation functions for
                                                  Major Subordinate Commands. Resources USACE Executive Direction
                                                  and Management for designated (statutory) and assigned missions to
                                                  provide facilities, infrastructure, real estate services, and related
                                                  technical services to the Army and under Executive Agent (EA)
                                                  responsibilities, the Air Force and DOD Agencies too. Provides
                                                  engineering, construction, real estate, standards development and
                                                  installation public works assistance and technical support to HQDA,
                                                  ACOMs, DRUs, ASCCs and COCOMs, IAW ACP.
        E4H6        Ii        2013   OPEN         UNACCOMPANIED PERSONNEL HOUSING - INITIAL ENTRY
                                                  Provides funding for the revitalization or recapitalization/construction of
                                                  Legacy (non-buyout) Initial Entry Training (IET), Advanced Individual
                                                  Training (AIT), Reception Barracks, and Cadet Barracks. Includes
                                                  leases and initial issue furnishings for new construction. In addition to
                                                  major construction costs, facility costs include project tails as outlined in
                                                  IAW AR 420-1 for: land acquisition, National Environmental Policy Act
                                                  (NEPA) compliance, imbedded facility Information Technology (IT)
                                                  connectivity to the existing installation IT backbone; common user
                                                  support, baseline, and core IT services; standard furnishings, fixtures,
                                                  and equipment; and Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS).
        E4H7        II        2013   OPEN         UNACCOMPANIED PERSONNEL HOUSING - PERMANENT PARTY
                                                  Provides funding for the revitalization or recapitalization/construction of
                                                  Legacy (non-buyout) Permanent Party Barracks, including leases and
                                                  initial issue furnishings for new construction. Facilities funded are
                                                  barracks and dining facilities. Complexes may also include
                                                  administrative facilities associated with the barracks, typically company
                                                  operations facilities, and battalion and brigade headquarters. In addition
                                                  to major construction costs, facility costs include project tails as outlined

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                                                 in IAW AR 420-1 for: land acquisition, National Environmental Policy
                                                 Act (NEPA) compliance, imbedded facility Information Technology (IT)
                                                 connectivity to the existing installation IT backbone; common user
                                                 support, baseline, and core IT services; standard furnishings, fixtures,
                                                 and equipment; and Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS).
        EAFS        II    2003   OPEN            FOCUSED FACILITY STRATEGY INVESTMENT PROGRAM
                                                 Funds military construction for the AC/USAR/ARNG to satisfy
                                                 installation deficit requirements. Achieves an investment program that
                                                 ensures Army installations eliminate installation facility deficits
                                                 generated and documented by the RPLANs model. Ensure that
                                                 leadership priorities are applied within certain facility categories to build-
                                                 out deficit requirements within a period of time as determined by senior
                                                 leadership. In addition to major construction costs, facility costs include
                                                 project tails as outlined in IAW AR 420-1 for: land acquisition, National
                                                 Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) compliance, imbedded facility
                                                 Information Technology (IT) connectivity to the existing installation IT
                                                 backbone; common user support, baseline, and core IT services;
                                                 standard furnishings, fixtures, and equipment; and Intrusion Detection
                                                 Systems (IDS).
        EAMF        II    2008   OPEN            FACILITY REQUIREMENTS IN SUPPORT OF AMF
                                                 Funds incremental facility requirements to support conversion of Army
                                                 forces from legacy to modular organizations. In addition to major
                                                 construction costs, facility costs include project tails as outlined in IAW
                                                 AR 420-1 for: land acquisition, National Environmental Policy Act
                                                 (NEPA) compliance, imbedded facility Information Technology (IT)
                                                 connectivity to the existing installation IT backbone; common user
                                                 support, baseline, and core IT services; standard furnishings, fixtures,
                                                 and equipment; and Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS).
        EFPO        II    2012   OPEN   RJT9     FORCE PROJECTION OUTLOAD CONSTRUCTION
                                                 Provides funding to construct deployment infrastructure that increases
                                                 power projection outloading capability of personnel, equipment,
                                                 ammunition, and sustaining supplies at Army installations to meet
                                                 required deployment timelines. In addition to major construction costs,
                                                 facility costs include project tails as outlined in IAW AR 420-1 for: land
                                                 acquisition, National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) compliance,
                                                 imbedded facility Information Technology (IT) connectivity to the
                                                 existing installation IT backbone; common user support, baseline, and
                                                 core IT services; standard furnishings, fixtures, and equipment; and
                                                 Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS).
        EGRO        II    2008   OPEN            GROW THE ARMY - MILITARY CONSTRUCTION
                                                 Funds additional facilities in support of decisions regarding growth of
                                                 the Army (MCA, MCNG, MCAR, AFHC, and AFHO). Construction
                                                 programming terminates in FY13. In addition to major construction
                                                 costs, facility costs include project tails as outlined in IAW AR 420-1 for:
                                                 land acquisition, National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) compliance,
                                                 imbedded facility Information Technology (IT) connectivity to the
                                                 existing installation IT backbone; common user support, baseline, and
                                                 core IT services; standard furnishings, fixtures, and equipment; and
                                                 Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS).
        EIBR        II    2013   OPEN            INDUSTRIAL BASE RECAPITALIZATION
                                                 Funds military construction (MCA, MCNG and MCAR) with associated
                                                 tails for infrastructure and facility requirements for the recapitalization of
                                                 Army industrial base installations. This includes Army depots, other
                                                 depot-level maintenance activities, Army ammunition plants, and Army
                                                 Pre-Positioned Stocks sites in support of production efficiency,
                                                 equipment modernization, and an improved quality of work
                                                 environment. In addition to major construction costs, facility costs
                                                 include project tails as outlined in IAW AR 420-1 for: land acquisition,
                                                 National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) compliance, imbedded
                                                 facility Information Technology (IT) connectivity to the existing
                                                 installation IT backbone; common user support, baseline, and core IT
                                                 services; standard furnishings, fixtures, and equipment; and Intrusion
                                                 Detection Systems (IDS).
        EIGP        II    2008   OPEN            INTEGRATED GLOBAL POSTURE BASING STUDY (IGPBS)
                                                 Funds incremental requirements associated with Integrated Global
                                                 Posture Basing Study (IGPBS) restationing. Construction programming

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                                              terminates in FY13. In addition to major construction costs, facility costs
                                              include project tails as outlined in IAW AR 420-1 for: land acquisition,
                                              National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) compliance, imbedded
                                              facility Information Technology (IT) connectivity to the existing
                                              installation IT backbone; common user support, baseline, and core IT
                                              services; standard furnishings, fixtures, and equipment; and Intrusion
                                              Detection Systems (IDS).
        EITS        II    2011   OPEN         INSTALLATION TRAINING SUPPORT FACILITIES

                                              Funds facilities that meet training support requirements for additional
                                              skills or advanced training that is not related to Initial Entry Training
                                              (IET) or Advanced Individual Training (AIT). Primarily composed of
                                              Advanced/Additional Skill Training barracks, General Instruction
                                              Buildings (GIB), and Regional Training Institute requirements. May be
                                              built as a complex to include company operations facilities, barracks,
                                              dining facilities, classrooms (in addition to GIB) and training areas.
                                              Includes NCO Academies, Ranger, Sapper, Airborne, and Drill
                                              Sergeant Schools. In addition to major construction costs, facility costs
                                              include project tails as outlined in IAW AR 420-1 for: land acquisition,
                                              National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) compliance, imbedded
                                              facility Information Technology (IT) connectivity to the existing
                                              installation IT backbone; common user support, baseline, and core IT
                                              services; standard furnishings, fixtures, and equipment; and Intrusion
                                              Detection Systems (IDS).
        ENVR        II    1988   OPEN         ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION PROGRAM
                                              Funds the clean up of environmental contamination (resulting from past
                                              waste disposal practices, leaks, spills, and other activities) to reduce
                                              most serious 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 a release to the environment,
                                              includes response actions at closed other than operational ranges on
                                              active installations being covered under the Military Munitions
                                              Response Program (MMRP). Supports the objectives as defined in the
                                              Army Environmental Cleanup Strategy and Strategic Plan. Develops
                                              program guidance and tools, and initiates munitions response action at
                                              other than operational ranges on active installations. Develops program
                                              guidance and initiates cleanup at applicable compliance sites.
        ERCI        II    2004   OPEN         RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITIES INITIATIVE (RCI)
                                              Funds the privatization of Army Family Housing. Resources in Army
                                              Family Housing-Operations (AFHO), 1950 account, support program
                                              operations/implementation. Includes environmental assessments, real
                                              estate surveys, developer award fees, acquisition requirements, due
                                              diligence, development and management plan negotiations, legal
                                              services, civilian pay, travel, and contracts. Army Family Housing-
                                              Construction (AFHC) provides resources to meet OMB scoring
                                              requirements and Army direct investments in family housing
                                              privatization agreements.
        ERVT        II    2004   OPEN         REVITALIZATION AND RECAPITALIZATION CONSTRUCTION
                                              Provides Funding for facility revitalization and recapitalization
                                              construction for the AC/ARNG/USAR. Fund facilities quality
                                              improvement required to achieve elimination of Q4/Q3 Installation
                                              Status Report (ISR) – rated facilities. Includes both Military Construction
                                              (MILCON) and Operations and Maintenance (O&M) Restoration and
                                              Modernization (R&M) funding. Does not contain R&M requirements for
                                              specialized or functional facilities such as ranges, power projection
                                              platforms, and barracks (unless these facilities are part of a unit
                                              complex and not the dominant primary facility in the complex). In
                                              addition to major construction costs, facility costs include project tails as
                                              outlined in IAW AR 420-1 for: land acquisition, National Environmental
                                              Policy Act (NEPA) compliance, imbedded facility Information
                                              Technology (IT) connectivity to the existing installation IT backbone;
                                              common user support, baseline, and core IT services; standard
                                              furnishings, fixtures, and equipment; and Intrusion Detection Systems
                                              (IDS).
        EXCS        II    2004   OPEN         EXCESS INDUSTRIAL FACILITY DISPOSAL

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                                              Funds the disposal of non-BRAC excess industrial properties. This
                                              includes environmental characterization, layaway of industrial facilities,
                                              maintenance of industrial and deactivated nuclear power plant facilities,
                                              explosive building decontamination, radiological facility
                                              decontamination, environmental compliance and installation caretaker
                                              costs prior to disposal. Also, consolidates all resources to support
                                              property disposal except for ER,A funding.

FA**                II                        FIELD OPERATING AGENCIES

        FAPC        II    1988   OPEN         COMMUNITY & FAMILY SUPPORT CENTER
                                              Provides funding for manpower and operational support of Child, Youth
                                              & School Services; Family Programs, sports, Fitness and Community
                                              Recreation Programs; Army Entertainment Programs; Transitional
                                              Compensation; Red Cross Travel (Executive Agent); and utilities,
                                              municipal services, security/guest protection and real property
                                              Sustainment, Restoration/Modernization (SRM) at the Army Forces
                                              Recreation Centers. The installation management command G-9
                                              develops and implements program guidance, management, and
                                              operations to achieve congressional, DOD, and Army objectives for
                                              Family and Morale Welfare Recreation Programs.
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

        MSEL        II    2012   OPEN         ENTERPRISE LICENSE AGREEMENTS
                                              PROVIDES FUNDING FOR ARMY WIDE ENTERPRISE LICENSE
                                              AGREEMENT (ELA) COSTS. INCLUDES SOFTWARE ASSURANCE
                                              (SA) ON EXISTING ARMY LICENSES, ENTERPRISE SERVER
                                              LICENSES, TECHNICAL TRAINING, AND SA BENEFITS SUCH AS
                                              TIERED SUPPORT AND ENGINEERING SERVICES.
        MSNS        II    2012   OPEN         NETWORK SERVICES
                                              Provides funds for the awareness of, access to, and delivery of user
                                              facing services, to include, but not limited to, user access (Portal),
                                              collaboration (voice, text, and video), messaging, computing support,
                                              Enterprise Directory Services, Enterprise Email, and Enterprise Service
                                              Desk.

        MS2C        II    1989   OPEN         INSPECTOR GENERAL WORLDWIDE NET
                                              Funds ADPE to sustain and modernize the Army Inspector General
                                              Applications and data in support of worldwide IG operations. Includes
                                              system and database administration and help desk support at DAIG for
                                              the Agency and 300 IG sites at home station, as well as deployed IGs
                                              supporting combat and contingency operations worldwide; development
                                              and maintenance of standard databases to integrate data from all IG
                                              sites and facilitate recognition of systemic problems throughout Army.
        MS3H        II    1988   OPEN         PAPERLESS CONTRACTING
                                              Funds the support of Army and DoD efforts to implement paperless
                                              contracting and associated reporting systems. Includes 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; funds 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
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                                              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, and 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         INFO ASSURANCE
                                              Funds Information Assurance (IA). 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
                                              Funds missions not identified within a particular functional area or other
                                              centrally managed programs. Identifies ACOM 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         MP MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
                                              Funds the Military Police (MP) Management Information System (MIS).
                                              MP MIS is made up of five modules – Military Police Reporting System
                                              (MPRS), Army Correctional Information System (ACIS), Detainee
                                              Reporting System (DRS), Army Review Board Agency (ARBA) and
                                              Vehicle Registration System (VRS). This software allows Army
                                              Commands in CONUS and OCONUS the ability to register both
                                              vehicles and weapons of individuals living on an installation (VRS);
                                              maintain a database of service members who have committed crimes
                                              as they move from one installation to another (MPRS); track inmates in
                                              the Army’s Regional Confinement Facilities (ACIS); meet the
                                              requirements of Article 123 of the Geneva Convention to maintain
                                              accountability of detainees in theater (DRS) and congressionally
                                              mandated reporting requirements for the Defense Incident Based
                                              Reporting System (DIBRS) and the National Incident Based Reporting
                                              System (NIBRS). The ARBA module receives information from ACIS to
                                              complete clemency and parole actions.
        MS6B        II    1992   OPEN         RESERVE COMPONENT AUTOMATION SYSTEM
                                              Funds the Reserve Component Automation System (RCAS). Sustains
                                              and modernizes an automated information system that enhances the
                                              Reserve Component's (RC) 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 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. Provides acquisition, operations
                                              and sustainment support for the full life cycle of the system.
MU**                II                        NON-PROGRAM EXECUTIVE OFFICE SUSTAINING BASE
                                              INFORMATION/COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS

        MU1M        II    1989   OPEN         VISUAL INFORMATION MISSION SUPPORT
                                              Provides funding for strategic and tactical multimedia visual information
                                              (M/VI) products and services in support of the National Strategic
                                              Communications Objectives, commanders decision making process,
                                              and training. Enables the ability to provide the services required by the
                                              Common Levels of Support (CLS), Joint Basing Common Output Levels
                                              Standard (COLS), and mandates of the Code of Federal Regulation 36.
                                              These services include photography, video production, graphics, and
                                              presentation support for Army installations, OSD, JCS and HQDA.
                                              Imagery is captured, created, and exploited in support of training,
                                              intelligence, public affairs, telemedicine, humanitarian, and information
                                              operations. Responsible for the delivery of the command information
                                              channel, Pentagon channel, and closed circuit television for training
                                              products on Army and joint installations. Provides web casting and web
                                              portal access to support forward deployed elements with video on
                                              demand products. Supports high end or large volume M/VI products

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                                              and services through Enterprise M/VI Support Centers. Utilizes
                                              centralized management of M/VI investment dollars to maintain
                                              standardized formats, architectural integration standards, and enable
                                              effective enterprise transformation. It also provides funding for the
                                              management of VI activities including civilian pay, equipment
                                              replacement, supplies, travel, and contract support.
        MU1U        II    1989   2010         MILITARY CONSTRUCTION ARMY INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
                                              INSTALLATION
                                              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
                                              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
                                              TRANSITIONS TO SUSTAINMENT IN FY11. DMS PROVIDES A
                                              SINGLE, SECURE, GLOBAL INTER-SERVICE MESSAGING
                                              CAPABILITY EXTENDING FROM THE SUSTAINING BASE TO THE
                                              WARFIGHTER. PROVIDES: (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 TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE
                                              PROVIDES RESOURCES TO MODERNIZE INFORMATION
                                              TECHNOLOGY (IT) INFRASTRUCTURE AND SYSTEMS FOR
                                              ROBUST, RELIABLE AND TRUSTED CYBER OPERATIONS.
                                              RESOURCES THE INSTALLATION, INFORMATION,
                                              INFRASTRUCTURE MODERNIZATION PROGRAM (I3MP) CHARGED
                                              WITH MODERNIZING THE IT INFRASTRUCTURE ON OUR
                                              INSTALLATIONS WORLDWIDE TO SUPPORT STATE-OF-THE-ART
                                              CYBER OPERATIONS. I3MP EMBRACES UNIFIED CAPABILITIES
                                              (UC) DELIVERING A SECURE, CONVERGED VOICE, DATA, VIDEO
                                              AND MESSAGING INFRASTRUCTURE. THIS INFRASTRUCTURE IS
                                              AN IMPERATIVE TO PROVIDE ARMY BASELINE IT SERVICES
                                              (ABITS) FOR INSTALLATION CUSTOMERS AND COMBATANT
                                              COMMANDERS. ALL END USERS TRAVERSE THE UC ENABLED
                                              BY THE I3MP TO REACH THE DOD/JOINT GLOBAL UNIFIED
                                              CAPABILITIES. PROVIDES THE RESOURCES FOR ENGINEERING
                                              IT INTO MILITARY CONSTRUCTION ARMY (MCA) AND
                                              RESTORATION AND MODERNIZATION (RM) PROJECTS AS WELL
                                              AS UPGRADE AND MAINTENANCE OF THE ARMY'S REPOSITORY
                                              FOR IT INFRASTRUCTURE. FUNDS THE IT PORTION OF THE OSD
                                              DIRECTED KOREAN TRANSFORMATION. RESOURCES THE ARMY
                                              DATA CENTER CONSOLIDATION PROGRAM (ADCCP),
                                              ELIMINATING REDUNDANT DATA CENTERS AND APPLICATIONS
                                              TO GARNER SIZABLE EFFICIENCIES, REDUCE EXPOSURE TO
                                              CYBER EXPLOITATION, AND STREAMLINE INFORMATION
                                              OPERATIONS.

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

        MXCB        II    1989   2011         BASE COMMUNICATIONS
                                              PROVIDES BASE COMMUNICATIONS SUPPORT. FUNCTIONS
                                              SUPPORTED INCLUDE COMMUNICATIONS LEASED FROM LOCAL

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                                              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
                                              RESOURCES LONG-HAUL COMMUNICATIONS FOR ARMY
                                              INSTALLATIONS TO INTERCONNECT THROUGH THE GLOBAL
                                              INFORMATION GRID (GIG) FOR COMMON USER
                                              TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES (VOICE, DATA, VIDEO,
                                              MESSAGING, ETC.). IT INCLUDES LONG LINES, LEASED
                                              COMMUNICATIONS FACILITIES, ENGINEERING, AND
                                              INSTALLATION. RESOURCES SUPPORT COMMUNICATIONS FOR
                                              THE DEFENSE INFORMATION SYSTEMS NETWORK (DISN):
                                              DEFENSE SWITCHED NETWORK (DSN), DEFENSE RED SWITCH
                                              NETWORK (DRSN), VOICE OVER SECURE INTERNET PROTOCOL
                                              (VOSIP), VOICE OVER INTERNET PROTOCOL (VOIP), NON-
                                              SECURE INTERNET PROTOCOL ROUTER NETWORK (NIPRNET),
                                              SECRET INTERNET PROTOCOL ROUTER NETWORK (SIPRNET),
                                              JOINT WORLDWIDE INTELLIGENCE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS
                                              (JWICS), DEFENSE SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS
                                              (DSCS), VIDEO TELECONFERENCE CENTER (VTC), DIGITAL
                                              VIDEO SERVICES (DVS), NETWORX CONTRACT SERVICES,
                                              SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS PROVIDING BANDWIDTH, AND
                                              DEDICATED CIRCUITS.
        MXEC        II    1989   OPEN         TECHNICAL SUPPORT OF INFOMATION 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. Core funding for the Computer
                                              Hardware, Enterprise Software and Solutions (CHESS) to develop,
                                              implement and manage commercial information technology contracts
                                              that provide enterprise-wide net-centric hardware, software and support
                                              services for the Army. Core funding for the Information Systems
                                              Engineering Command (ISEC) to provide systems engineering,
                                              installation, integration, implementation, and evaluation support for
                                              communications and information technology systems worldwide. Core
                                              funding for the Software Engineering Center (SEC) supporting Standard
                                              Army Automated Information Systems (STAMIS), Automation
                                              Information System (AIS), and automation projects throughout the
                                              phases of the automation life cycle.
        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         INFORMATION SYSTEMS SUPPORT TO ACOMS/ASCCS/DRUS
                                              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 AMC's information systems support
                                              contracting office for procurement of Army-wide information systems

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                                              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. Provides funding for the Army CIO/G6 to execute
                                              directed executive agency requirements, support and sustain special
                                              purpose networks, classified programs, theater specific networks, and
                                              unique programs.

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         FAMILY READINESS INITIATIVES AND PROGRAMS
                                              PROVIDES FOR ALL COMPONENTS AND ENCOMPASSES
                                              PROGRAMS RESPONSIBLE FOR DEVELOPING POLICY,
                                              PROVIDING OVERSIGHT AND SECURING RESOURCES FOR THE
                                              EXECUTION OF THE ARMY SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROGRAM
                                              (ASAP), AND THE ADOLESCENT SUBSTANCE ABUSE
                                              COUNSELING SERVICE (ASACS). THE ASAPS ARE DESIGNED TO
                                              EMULATE A PUBLIC HEALTH MODEL CONSISTING OF
                                              PREVENTION AND TREATMENT - WITH THE EMPHASIS ON
                                              PREVENTION. INSTALLATION, DEPOT, ARSENAL AND
                                              AMMUNITION PLANT ASAPS TYPICALLY PROVIDE THE
                                              FOLLOWING SERVICES AND PERFORM THE FOLLOWING
                                              FUNCTIONS FOR SOLDIERS AND CIVILIANS ALIKE: 1)SUBSTANCE
                                              ABUSE PREVENTION EDUCATION AND TRAINING, 2) DRUG
                                              TESTING -INCLUDING TESTING FOR DEPARTMENT OF
                                              TRANSPORTATION CIVILIAN COMMERCIAL DRIVER LICENSE
                                              HOLDERS AND THE TESTING OF DESIGNATED POSITIONS (TDP)
                                              PER EXECUTIVE ORDER 12564 (A DRUG-FREE FEDERAL
                                              WORKPLACE), 3) EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE, 4) RISK REDUCTION,
                                              5) INSTALLATION-LEVEL SUICIDE PREVENTION PROGRAM
                                              MANAGEMENT, AND 6) COUNSELING AND REHABILITATIVE
                                              TREATMENT. THE MDEP FUNDS RISK REDUCTION PROGRAM
                                              MANAGEMENT SUPPORT AND PROVIDES THE RESOURCES
                                              NEEDED TO UNDERTAKE MAJOR SUBSTANCE ABUSE
                                              PREVENTION INITIATIVES -- PRESCRIPTION DRUG ABUSE, THAT
                                              GUY, ANTI-STIGMA, ETC. ALSO FOUND HERE IS THE DRUG AND
                                              ALCOHOL MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (DAMIS), THE
                                              ASAP-WIDE REPOSITORY FOR ALL THINGS PERTINENT TO THE
                                              PROGRAM. INCLUDED IN DAMIS ARE SOLDIER AND CIVILIAN
                                              TESTING RECORDS, TRAINING REPORTS, A MULTITUDE OF
                                              OTHER REPORTS, CANNED AND UNIQUE QUERIES ALONG WITH
                                              A WIDE VARIETY OF ASAP INFORMATION TO HELP AID
                                              COMMANDERS IN THEIR EFFORTS TO CURTAIL SUBSTANCE
                                              ABUSE. THE ASACS IS AN INVALUABLE COUNSELING SERVICE
                                              PROVIDED THROUGH CONTRACT SUPPORT TO ADOLESCENT
                                              DEPENDENTS IN AN EFFORT TO MINIMIZE EARLY RETURN OF
                                              DEPLOYMENTS (ERODS) AND KEEP FAMILIES TOGETHER
                                              DURING OCONUS DEPLOYMENTS.
        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
                                              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

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                                              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   2009         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   2011         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.

        QCYS        II    2010   OPEN         CHILD AND YOUTH SERVICES (CYS)
                                              Provides funding and manpower for core child care, youth and school
                                              support resources for the total Army to support force stabilization.
                                              Funds installation personnel at required levels to operate Garrison Child
                                              Care, Youth and School Support Programs, and Partnership
                                              Agreements/Contract Services for off-post Army Sponsored Community
                                              Based Child Care and Youth Programs. Implements the Army Family
                                              Covenant initiatives of acceleration of child care spaces to meet 80% of
                                              child care demand, 35% of youth program demand, school support to
                                              ease the transitions for military students, and enduring child, youth and
                                              school support requirements to support ARFORGEN 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, School Support Services, and Outreach Services. Youth
                                              Programs serve children 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, Youth Sports and Fitness, Home Work
                                              Centers, Youth Computer Labs and Instructional Programs. School
                                              Support Services are provided for students, parents, and local school
                                              personnel and include: school transition support, deployment support,
                                              home school support, post secondary preparation, and
                                              installation/school/community partnerships. Child, Youth and School
                                              Support 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
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                                              DoD policy, provide supervision during out of school hours, prevention
                                              initiatives to mitigate youth violence, gang activities, substance abuse
                                              and other at-risk behaviors and school transition and support services.
                                              The Army 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     ARMY CONTRACTING SERVICES
                                              RESOURCES CONTRACTING OFFICES AND PURCHASING
                                              FUNCTIONS, WHICH ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR PLANNING,
                                              INTEGRATING, AWARDING, AND ADMINISTERING/MANAGING
                                              CONTRACTS IN SUPPORT OF THE ARMY GENERATING FORCE.
                                              THIS MISSION ACCOMPLISHMENT SUPPORT IS PROVIDED
                                              THROUGH A TRAINED, PROFESSIONAL WORKFORCE
                                              IMPLEMENTING ACQUISITION LIFECYCLE OVERSIGHT VIA
                                              CONTRACTED MATERIAL AND SERVICES SOLUTIONS TO
                                              SUPPORTED ARMY COMMANDS, THE US ARMY RESERVE,
                                              DIRECT REPORTING UNITS, OTHER ORGANIZATIONS, SOLDIERS
                                              AND THEIR FAMILIES.
        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: ACCOUNT - REAL ESTATE LEASES (POINT
                                              ACCOUNT: T/R), 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;
                                              ACCOUNT - UTILITIES (POINT ACCOUNT: 1/2/3/4/5/6) 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; ACCOUNT - MUNICIPAL

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                                              SERVICES (POINT ACCOUNT: D/E/F/G/V/Z) -CUSTODIAL, PEST
                                              MANAGEMENT, SOLID WASTE OPERATIONS, REFUSE HANDLING
                                              OPERATIONS, REMOVAL, SNOW/ICE/SAND REMOVAL AND
                                              STREET SWEEPING, GROUNDS MAINTENANCE. ACCOUNT - REAL
                                              PROPERTY MANAGEMENT AND ENGINEERING SERVICES (POINT
                                              ACCOUNT: A/B/C/S), MASTER PLANNING, REAL ESTATE/REAL
                                              PROPERTY ADMINISTRATION AND UPKEEP FOR TRANSITORY
                                              AND NON-INVENTORY FACILITIES. FIRE & EMERGENCY
                                              SERVICES (POINT ACCOUNT:P) LIFE, SAFETY AND HEALTH
                                              PROGRAMS FOR FIRE FIGHTERS AND INSTALLATION.
        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         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
                                              AND REFERRAL, AND TREATMENT SERVICES TO ELIGIBLE
                                              MILITARY YOUTH OCONUS.

        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.
        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

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                                              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
                                              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.

        QMPO        II    2009   2012         MILITARY PAY OFFICES DIMHRS
                                              (U) RESOURCES FOR MILITARY PAY FUNCTION ASSOCIATED
                                              WITH DIMHRS

        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,
                                              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. THIS
                                              MDEP ALSO RESOURCES ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES, WHICH IS
                                              MANAGEMENT OF INFORMATION FROM CREATION TO FINAL
                                              DISPOSITION PER FEDERAL LAWS AND ARMY RECORD KEEPING
                                              REQUIREMENTS, AS WELL AS INSTALLATION PLANS, ANALYSIS
                                              AND INTEGRATION OFFICE (PAIO) AND MANAGEMENT OF DPTMS
                                              SERVICES.
        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

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                                              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 FUNDS FOR THE 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 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 PERSONNEL SERVICES TO SOLDIERS,
                                              CIVILIANS, AND FAMILY MEMBERS. INCLUDES CAREER
                                              RETENTION, PERSONNEL PROCESSING, DEPLOYMENT CYCLE
                                              SUPPORT, CASUALTY OPERATIONS, INDIVIDUAL PERSONNEL
                                              ACTIONS, RETIREMENT SERVICES, AND SURVIVOR OUTREACH
                                              SERVICES.
        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   2010         PLANNING, TRAINING, AND MOBILIZATION OPERATIONS
                                              NO NARRATIVE PROVIDED.

        QRCS        II    1991   2011         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         ARMY SECURITY PROGRAM
                                              FUNDS ARMY COMMAND SECURITY ACTIVITIES SUPPORTING:
                                              INFORMATION SECURITY, PERSONNEL SECURITY, INDUSTRIAL
                                              SECURITY, COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY (COMSEC) POLICY,
                                              SECURITY EDUCATION, TRAINING AND AWARENESS (SETA),
                                              SPECIAL ACCESS PROGRAM (SAP) SECURITY, SENSITIVE
                                              COMPARTMENTED INFORMATION (SCI) SECURITY, FOREIGN
                                              DISCLOSURE, AND TECHNOLOGY PROTECTION.
        QUTM        II    2000   OPEN         ARMY ENERGY & UTILITY PROGRAM

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                                              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   2011         YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
                                              CORE RESOURCES FOR YOUTH PROGRAMS FOR THE TOTAL
                                              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

        VANC        II   2010    OPEN         ARMY NATIONAL AND POST CEMETERIES
                                              OPERATION, MAINTENANCE, ADMINISTRATION AND
                                              CONSTRUCTION, AS AUTHORIZED BY LAW, AT ARMY
                                              NATIONAL AND POST CEMETERIES. 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 AR 638-2.
        VCAP        II    1991   OPEN         ARMY CAREER ALUMNI PROGRAM

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                                              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.

        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   2010         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
                                              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   2010         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   2009         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

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                                              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 ASSOCIATED WITH RANGE
                                              MILCON TO ADDRESS ONE-TIME MITIGATION ACTIONS.
                                              EXCLUDES: COMPLIANCE RELATED CLEANUP ACTIVITIES
                                              ADDRESSED IN MDEP ENVR, COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH
                                              PREPARING NEPA DOCUMENTATION (PROPONENT BILL), AND
                                              ALL NON-RANGE MILCON MITIGATION ACTIONS.
        VEPP        II    1995   2010         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
                                              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
                                              PROVIDES RESOURCES TO THE ARMYS ENVIRONMENTAL
                                              QUALITY TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS. PROVIDES SUPPORT FOR
                                              THE NATIONAL DEFENSE CENTER FOR ENERGY AND
                                              ENVIRONMENT, THE UNEXPLODED ORDNANCE CENTER OF
                                              EXCELLENCE, ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
                                              MANAGEMENT, AND THE ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE
                                              ACQUISITION/LOGISTICS PROGRAMS. SUPPORTS GOALS AND
                                              OBJECTIVES IN THE ARMY STRATEGY FOR THE ENVIRONMENT
                                              BY FOCUSING ON DEMONSTRATING, VALIDATING AND
                                              TRANSFERRING COMMERICALLY AVAILABLE AND/OR PROVEN
                                              APPLIED RESEARCH TECHNOLOGIES THAT REDUCE OR
                                              ELIMINATE HIGH PRIORITY ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGES TO
                                              INSTALLATION OPERATIONS, AND INTEGRATES
                                              ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ISSUES AND CONCERNS INTO THE
                                              SYSTEM ACQUISITION PROCESS.
        VFRA        II    2010   OPEN         FAMILY READINESS SUPPORT ASSISTANTS (FRSA)
                                              PROVIDES THE COMMANDER/REAR DETACHMENT COMMANDER

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                                              (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 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
                                              PROGRAM TO PROVIDE INSTALLATION EMERGENCY
                                              PREPAREDNESS, MITIGATION, RESPONSE, AND RECOVERY
                                              ASSETS AND SERVICES TO PROTECT SOLDIERS, CIVILIANS, AND
                                              THEIR FAMILIES FROM ALL HAZARDS, INCLUDING CHEMICAL,
                                              BIOLOGICAL, RADIOLOGICAL, NUCLEAR, AND HIGH-YIELD
                                              EXPLOSIVE (CBRNE) INCIDENTS IN A COST EFFECTIVE, SAFE
                                              AND SUSTAINABLE MANNER.
        VJAL        II    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.

        VTER        II    1991   OPEN         ANTI-TERRORISM
                                              ARMY ANTITERRORISM IS A DEFENSIVE PROGRAM TO PROTECT
                                              AGAINST TERRORISM. SUPPORTING THE FOLLOWING:
                                              ANTITERRORISM INSTALLATION AND MISSION REQUIREMENTS:
                                              COMBATANT COMMANDS (COCOM) ANTITERRORISM
                                              REQUIREMENTS (ARMY AS EXECUTIVE AGENT),
                                              ANTITERRORISM PROGRAM MANAGEMENT, ANTITERRORISM
                                              TRAINING AND AWARENESS EFFORTS (AOR SPECIFIC, LEVEL I
                                              ANTITERRORISM AWARENESS TRAINING, LEVEL II
                                              ANTITERRORISM OFFICERS TRAINING, LEVEL III PRE-COMMAND
                                              TRAINING, AND LEVEL IV ANTITERRORISM EXECUTIVE
                                              SEMINAR), PROTECTION OF HIGH RISK PERSONNEL (HRP) TO
                                              INCLUDE SUPPORT REQUIREMENTS (EQUIPMENT), EXECUTION
                                              OF ANTITERRORISM ASSESSMENTS (TERRORISM
                                              VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENTS, SPECIAL EVENT
                                              ASSESSMENTS, PRE-DEPLOYMENT VULNERABILITY
                                              ASSESSMENTS, AND COMPREHENSIVE ANTITERRORISM
                                              REVIEWS) DESIGNED TO IDENTIFY AND FIX PROTECTION
                                              VULNERABILITIES THAT WILL PROTECT PERSONNEL AND
                                              FACILITIES FROM TERRORIST ACTS, INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT
                                              TO ARMY ANTITERRORISM, CONDUCT ANNUAL ANTITERRORISM
                                              EXERCISES DESIGNED TO EXECUTE ANTITERRORISM PLANS,
                                              AND THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE RANDOM ANTITERRORISM
                                              MEASURES PROGRAM (RAMP) AND THE FORCE PROTECTION
                                              CONDITION (FPCON) SYSTEM. THIS CODE EXCLUDES
                                              COMPUTER NETWORK SECURITY (SEE MDEP - MS4X),
                                              EXCLUDES COMSEC (SEE MDEP - MX5T), AND EXCLUDES

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                                              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    2004   OPEN         II PEG WEDGE
                                              USED FOR TEMPORARY APPROVED WEDGES IN INSTALLATION
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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          ARMY RESERVE MILITARY TECHNICIANS PROGRAM
                                              Provides pay and allowances, incentives, bonuses, and awards, for
                                              Army Reserve (AR) military technicians in organizational and
                                              functional commands, Regional Support Commands (RSC), training
                                              commands, and subordinate units to include military technicians in
                                              ground and air maintenance facilities in direct support to AR units.
                                              Also pays for AR personnel, logistics, and training technicians in direct
                                              support of staff, training, and administrative missions to include
                                              maintenance, supply, and personnel administration in organizations
                                              and units supporting troop commands.
        ARIM        MM   1991   OPEN          INDIVIDUAL MOBILIZATION AUGMENTEE (IMA) PROGRAM
                                              Provides pay for the training of Individual Mobilization Augmentation
                                              (IMA) personnel assigned to augment Active Component (AC), DoD
                                              agencies, FEMA, ORSSS organization positions, that must be filled on
                                              or shortly after mobilization, including backfill of PROFIS fillers. This
                                              program supports a minimum of 14 days of annual training and 48 drill
                                              assemblies with agency. Also supports IRR readiness training to
                                              maintain proficiency in high demand, critical skills by providing 12 days
                                              of annual training.


FA**                MM                        FIELD OPERATING AGENCIES

        FAAC        MM   2004   OPEN          ACCESSIONS COMMAND SUPPORT
                                              Funds U.S. Army Accessions Command (USAAC), a subordinate
                                              command of TRADOC charged with providing integrated command
                                              and control of the recruiting and initial military training for the Army’s
                                              officers, warrant officers, 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 (USACC), 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 (EA) responsibility for the U.S.
                                              Military Entrance Processing Command (USMEPCOM). 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.
        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 CHAPLAINS (OCCH)
                                              Funds the U.S. Army Office Chief of Chaplains (OCCH) which
                                              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

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                                              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
                                              (USMEPCOM)
                                              Funds U.S. Military Entrance Processing Command (MEPCOM).
                                              MEPCOM qualifies and processes applications for all military services
                                              and the Coast Guard during peacetime, and processes applicants and
                                              inductees in conjunction 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
                                              aptitude testing, military and civilian TDY, MEPS utilities and applicant
                                              meals, lodging and travel, and administrative support.
        FAPM        MM   1988   OPEN          HR COMMAND (HRC)
                                              Provides resources for operation of Human Resources Command
                                              (HRC) (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
                                              Funds 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 officer
                                              candidate school, warrant officer, warrant officer flight training, Army
                                              nurse corps, the retention and transition division, mobile retention
                                              training team, strength management, and special forces missions.
                                              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 (PSI) in support of
                                              accessions, commissioning, enlisted promotions, specialty
                                              designations, job assignments, facility and information management
                                              system access, and security clearances for uniformed and civilian
                                              personnel. Resources the USA Centralized Clearance Facility (CCF)
                                              to adjudicate, grant, deny, and revoke security clearances and conduct
                                              suitability screens/reviews.

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
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                                              ASSIST IN THE RESOLUTION OF CONFLICTS ARISING FROM AN
                                              EMPLOYEE'S MILITARY COMMITMENT.


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

        MPTV        MM   1991   OPEN          AHRS
                                              Funds the Army Human Resource System (AHRS). AHRS is a system
                                              of systems consisting of the Electronic Military Personnel Office
                                              (eMILPO), Personnel Tempo (PERSTEMPO), the Deployed Theater
                                              Accounting Software (DTAS), the Enterprise Datastore (ED), My
                                              Enlisted Record Brief (MyERB), the Tactical Personnel System (TPS)
                                              and the Army Company Information System (ARCIS). These systems
                                              are the field commander's automated tools for managing soldiers
                                              assigned to their units.

        MPT3        MM   1991   OPEN          PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT'S PERSONNEL EMPLOYEE
                                              RECORDS MANAGMENT SYSTEM (PM PERMS)
                                              Funds the Personnel Employee Records Management System
                                              (PERMS) supporting 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 (AR), and
                                              Army National Guard (ARNG) 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)
                                              Funds the Army Accessions Command’s (USAAC) Enterprise
                                              Information Technology (IT) framework that supports our operating
                                              systems and networks. Provides Information Technology (IT) support
                                              for the Army's officer and enlisted accessioning missions (RA, USAR,
                                              and ARNG) that operate primarily in the public and educational
                                              environment to prospect, inform, contract, and access individuals into
                                              the Army. It provides the IT enabler for provisioning of leads,
                                              managing the accessioning process, capturing data from the
                                              processes, and providing accessions data to stakeholders. The
                                              enterprise also provides updated information internally to USAAC and
                                              to Army personnel and strength systems. Resources the Recruiter
                                              Work Stations (RWS), which are crucial technology for recruiting
                                              operations, and other IT acquisition and sustainment requirements
                                              (hardware, software, copiers, life cycle replacement, travel, training,
                                              and civilian/contractor pay) for the USAAC Headquarters, U.S. Army
                                              Recruiting Command (USAREC), U.S. Army Cadet Command
                                              (USACC), and Army National Guard (ARNG).
        MPT8        MM   2002   OPEN          PERSONNEL TRANSFORMATION
                                              Resources design and automation requirements in support of the
                                              congressionally-mandated system to provide integrated personnel and
                                              pay. This system will create automated pay procedures so that
                                              personnel actions automatically trigger associated pay events.

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

        MS5B        MM   1989   OPEN          KEYSTONE SYSTEMS
                                              Funds Keystone, 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,

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                                              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)
                                              Funds the Personnel Enterprise Support - Automation (PES-A)
                                              Program providing timely, reliable, and accurate delivery of critical IT
                                              infrastructure and automated services to the Army Human Resources
                                              (HR) community in support of the Soldier and affecting Army-wide
                                              readiness. In support of this mission, PES-A procures, manages, and
                                              maintains a large portion of the technical infrastructure and support
                                              services necessary to execute day-to-day operations within the Active
                                              Army and its components (e.g., strength accounting, personnel
                                              movement, assignment actions, career management, training,
                                              recruiting, reenlistment, and mobilization).
        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 (O&M) 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          HRC CORE AUTOMATION SUPPORT
                                              Provides critical resources, including civilian pay, enabling timely,
                                              reliable, and accurate delivery of core DA systems to the Army Human
                                              Resource (HR) Community in support of the Soldier, retirees,
                                              veterans, and family members. Core automation support develops and
                                              maintains application software and databases for systems that provide
                                              critical Army operational HR capabilities (e.g., strength accounting,
                                              personnel movement, assignment actions, career management,
                                              training, mobilization, promotions) directly affecting Army-wide
                                              readiness. Additional services include IT solutions for Army Human
                                              Resources Command (HRC) business processes, basic
                                              telecommunications, printing, and postal services between HRC
                                              managers and the field.

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

        MU2L        MM   1992   OPEN          RECORDS MANAGEMENT
                                              Provides funding which allows access to military records in
                                              compliance with statutory and federal records programs and DoD
                                              Programs. Included are Department of the Army (DA) Freedom of
                                              Information and Privacy Act and declassification programs. As the
                                              executive agent, Army implements presidential and congressional
                                              directives on government transparency. Provides the Army with a
                                              methodology for collecting, protecting, accessing and declassifying
                                              hard copy and electronic records, supports the War on Terrorism and
                                              our nation’s veterans.
        MU2P        MM   1992   OPEN          MEPCOM JCC & IRR
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                                              Command (USMEPCOM) Joint Computer Center (JCC) and
                                              Integration Resource System (MIRS). Army is the DoD Executive
                                              Agent for MIRS, a joint system that provides
                                              automation/telecommunications support to USMEPCOM and the
                                              Selective Service System for their military accessions missions during
                                              peacetime and mobilization. USMEPCOM 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.

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

        MXAR        MM   1991   2005          ARMY RESERVE- PERSONNEL COMMAND CORE AUTOMATED
                                              DATA PROCESSING
                                              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

        NGBA        MM   1991   OPEN          NATIONAL GUARD ENHANCED SEPARATE BRIGADES
                                              Provides pay and allowances, Retired Pay and Accruals (RPA), and
                                              travel outside of statutory Annual Training (AT) and Inactive Duty
                                              Training (IDT) requirements. Training events support the operational
                                              readiness capability of the ARNG through conduct of Combat Training
                                              Centers (CTC) rotations and battalion and brigade command
                                              exercises.

        NGTP        MM   1991   OPEN          ARMY NATIONAL GUARD MILITARY TECHNICIANS
                                              Funds National Guard (NG) support technician pay, training and
                                              benefits. Pays 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.

        NG6H        MM   1991   OPEN          RC MEDICAL READINESS
                                              Provides funds for Force Health Protection/Medical Readiness for the
                                              Reserve Components (RC). 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.

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

        PACS        MM   1991   OPEN          PCS TRAVEL
                                              Provides travel, transportation, storage costs, and dislocation
                                              allowances for reassignment of Soldiers and family members traveling
                                              individually or as part of an organized unit in a PCS move status.
                                              Specifically, these moves support Soldier accessions and separations,
                                              CONUS based stationing, and inbound to and outbound from
                                              OCONUS. Requirements 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
                                              Provides resources for the accruement of health care benefits for
                                              military personnel currently serving on active duty. The intent is to
                                              match services performed by military personnel with the expected
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                                              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.
        PAID        MM   2003   OPEN          ENLISTED ARMY INCENTIVES
                                              Provides resources for Army Active and Reserve Component (RC)
                                              enlisted recruiting and retention bonuses and education incentives.
                                              Payments are used as accession and retention incentives to fill critical
                                              Army Military Operational Skill (MOS) positions with qualified Soldiers.
        PAMP        MM   1997   OPEN          PAY AND ALLOWANCES (MILITARY PERSONNEL)
                                              Provides pay and allowances for enlisted and officer personnel,
                                              including length of service increments and allowances. This includes
                                              basic allowance for enlisted subsistence. Also includes the basic pay
                                              and allowances of Military Academy Cadets including subsistence.
                                              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
                                              Provides resources for the apprehension of deserters, death gratuity,
                                              unemployment compensation, survivor benefits, adoption expenses,
                                              amortization payments, soldier interest on deposits, and mass transit
                                              subsidy.
        PARC        MM   2004   2011          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 resources for the subsistence requirements of active duty
                                              officers and enlisted soldiers. 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   2011          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

        PRAG        MM   2000   OPEN          RESERVE COMPONENT PAY AND ALLOWANCES - ACTIVE
                                              GUARD & RESERVE
                                              Provides pay and allowances, Retired Pay and Accruals (RPA), Basic
                                              Allowances for Subsistence and Housing(BAS/BAH), other pay and
                                              allowances, mission essential travel, Permanent Change of Station
                                              (PCS), and medical travel for personnel providing full-time support
                                              (AGR) in the USAR and ARNG.
        PRAT        MM   2000   OPEN          RESERVE COMPONENT PAY AND ALLOWANCES-ANNUAL
                                              TRAINING
                                              Provides pay and allowances, Retired Pay and Accruals (RPA), travel,
                                              clothing, Death Gratuity, incapacitation pay, and Basic Allowances for
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                                              Housing and Subsistence (BAH/BAS) for statutory Annual Training
                                              (AT) program. Includes additional days in excess of statutory
                                              requirements for ARFORGEN events, deployments for training before
                                              or after AT cycles, i.e. advance/rear party, pre-camp/site
                                              reconnaissance, and administration/logistics.
        PRDH        MM   2003   OPEN          MILITARY RETIREE HEALTH CARE ACCRUAL TRUST FUND-RC
                                              Provides resources 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, Retired Pay and Accruals (RPA),
                                              clothing, and Basic Allowance for Subsistence (BAS) for ARNG and
                                              USAR members on Inactive Duty Training (IDT) for a minimum of 48
                                              Unit Training Assemblies (UTA); Additional Flight Training Periods
                                              (AFTPs); Readiness Man-day Assemblies (RMAs); medical/dental
                                              readiness man-days, and other special pays.
        PROI        MM   2008   OPEN          RESERVE COMPONENT OFFICER INCENTIVES
                                              Funds accession and retention incentives for health care professionals
                                              and basic branch officers for the Army Reserve (AR) and Army
                                              National Guard (ARNG) and the Health Professional Scholarship
                                              Program supporting 80% of AC doctors, dentists, and veterinarians
                                              accessions. Provides officer Montgomery GI Bill (MGIB) 1606 and
                                              1607 educational benefit payments.
        PRTF        MM   2000   OPEN          RESERVE COMPONENT PAY - INITIAL ENTRY TRAINING
                                              Provides pay and allowances, Retired Pay and Accruals (RPA), travel,
                                              clothing, and subsistence for ARNG and USAR personnel attending
                                              Basic Training (BT), One Station Unit Training (OSUT), and Advanced
                                              Individual Training (AIT). Provides pay and allowances, Retired Pay
                                              and Accruals (RPA), and Basic Allowance for Subsistence (BAS) for
                                              ARNG and USAR personnel performing Inactive Duty Training (IDT)
                                              prior to attending BT, with high school graduates allowed 36 paid drills
                                              and non-high school graduates allowed 12 paid drills. Provides for
                                              Basic Officer Leader Course (BOLC) pay and allowances, travel,
                                              clothing, BAS, and retired pay and accruals for USAR officers (OCS
                                              and ROTC) and ARNG officers (ROTC only). Pays for USAR Chaplain
                                              Basic Course and Chaplain Candidate Practicum.

Q***                MM                        STANDARD INSTALLATION ORGANIZATION

        QBND        MM   1994   OPEN          US ARMY BANDS
                                              Provides resources for equipment, supplies, travel, services,
                                              maintenance, printing, rentals, automation, and civilian pay for the
                                              U.S. Army Band, known as "Pershing's Own," which includes the Army
                                              Chorus, Ceremonial Band, Chorale, Blues, Herald Trumpet and
                                              Strolling Strings, and the U.S. Army Field Band, which includes the
                                              Soldiers' Chorus, Jazz Ambassadors, and Volunteers and the U.S.
                                              Military Academy (USMA) Band, which includes the Concert Band,
                                              Stage Band, Field Music Group and Support Group. Also funds the
                                              U.S. 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
                                              Provides resources for professional and leadership training if
                                              incumbent 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

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                                              Provides funds for 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 positions.
TR**                MM                        ARMY RESERVE

        TRJR        MM   1991   OPEN          JUNIOR RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS (ROTC)
                                              Provides core-level resources to operate the Army's Junior ROTC
                                              (JROTC) program in CONUS and OCONUS locations as mandated by
                                              congress. Resources JROTC operations at HQ, U.S. Army Cadet
                                              Command (USACC), brigades, and high schools. Resources summer
                                              training courses, curriculum, civilian pay, instructor and cadet travel,
                                              cadre training and training support, instructor salaries, civilian pay,
                                              school operations, cadet uniforms, and cadet meals.
        TROT        MM   1991   OPEN          SENIOR RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS
                                              Provides funds for the Army Senior ROTC (SROTC) program that
                                              recruits, trains, retains, and commissions Basic Officer Leader Course
                                              (BOLC) I trained 2LTs through the operation of SROTC battalions,
                                              partnership schools, summer training courses, and the training and
                                              certification of cadre. The Army SROTC program provides the
                                              foundation in common tasks and supporting skills, knowledge, and
                                              attributes required of all lieutenants. Provides funding for civilian pay,
                                              school operations, summer training courses operations and cadre
                                              travel, cadre training and training support.
        TRRS        MM   1991   OPEN          SR ROTC SCHOLARSHIPS
                                              Provides resources for Senior ROTC (SROTC) scholarships at
                                              universities and colleges across the nation. Program funds tuition,
                                              books, lab fees, school supplies, cadet pay, bonuses, stipends, meals,
                                              travel, and uniforms.

        TRST        MM   1992   OPEN          RC SUSTAIN TRAINING
                                              Provides funds for sustainment training for RC units and additional
                                              training days in support of ARFORGEN. Directly supports OPTEMPO
                                              readiness training strategies. 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. Also provides
                                              ADOS support for Consequence Management Response.


        TRVP        MM   1991   OPEN          VETERANS EDUCATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (VEAP)
                                              Funds the 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 $2,000 to $12,000) 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 and enlisted
                                              members who contracted for active service after 31 December 1976.
                                              Failure to fully fund 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   2011          ARMY BROADCASTING SERVICE (ABS)
                                              Funds the Soldiers Media Center (SMC). The SMC
                                              centrally manages Army AFRTS resources to provide
                                              tailored radio and television programming to service
                                              members and families overseas, and serves as the
                                              DoD Executive Agent (EA) responsible for direct AFRTS
                                              support for USEUCOM, USSOUTHCOM and USFK
                                              Combatant Commanders for mass communications
                                              during training and hostile operations. The SMC
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                                              and international understanding of the Army and to
                                              enhance readiness and morale for Soldiers.
        VACE        MM   1991   OPEN          ARMY CONTINUING EDUCATION SYSTEM (ACES)
                                              Provides resources for core Army Continuing Education System
                                              (ACES). Covers all non-Tuition Assistance (TA) 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 (AC/RC); staffing, and program
                                              management/administration/operations for all programs and services
                                              at 117 Active Army education centers, 16 Reserve Education Offices
                                              at Regional Readiness Commands and 54 National Guard State and
                                              Area Commands, 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
                                              ACHIEVE ITS ACCESSION MISSIONS.

        VATA        MM   1995   OPEN          ARMY TUITION ASSISTANCE
                                              Provides resources for Active Army tuition providing up to 4,500
                                              dollars annually (with a cap of 250 dollars per semester hour) of 100
                                              percent tuition for post-secondary education (including lower 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 (RC) 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.

        VCND        MM   1991   OPEN          COUNTER NARCOTICS/DEMAND REDUCTION
                                              Provides resources 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 provided as memo entry only.
        VCPR        MM   1995   OPEN          ARMY CIVILIAN PERSONNEL OPERATIONS
                                              Provides resources for all activities associated with accessing and
                                              sustaining Army's civilian force to include recruitment, force shaping,
                                              development, pay and benefits and employee relations. Services are
                                              provided by a network of strategically located operations and advisory
                                              centers through use of an automated infrastructure of systems and
                                              applications.
        VDS3        MM   2006   2011   VWWP   DISABLED SOLDIER SYSTEM SUPPORT (DS3)
                                              Provides resources for incorporating and integrating existing programs
                                              and systems 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 Evaluation; and Phase III - Reintegration 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
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                                              NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL PARACHUTING COMPETITIONS
                                              AND (3) TEST AND EVALUATE NEW PARACHUTING EQUIPMENT
                                              AND TECHNIQUES FOR IMPROVED OPERATION AND SAFETY

        VIRS        MM   2000   OPEN          ARMY RECRUITING AND RETENTION INITIATIVES
                                              Funds special visibility programs proposed by the Secretary of the
                                              Army as recruiting & retention initiatives for all Army components.
                                              Allows the Army to test recruiting and retention pilot programs to
                                              ensure the Army uses best practices to attract and retain high quality
                                              recruits/Soldiers. Successful initiatives' requirements will be relocated
                                              to permanent MDEPs within 2-3 years of pilot initiative.
        VMBH        MM   2000   OPEN          MILITARY BURIAL HONORS
                                              Funds Military Burial Honors. Law requires the Services to support
                                              military burial honors for all eligible veterans, regardless of Service in
                                              which they served. Resources include pay, per diem, travel, supplies,
                                              and contracts.
        VRAE        MM   1991   OPEN          RECEPTION STATIONS
                                              Funds 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
                                              Provides resources for 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.
        VSPV        MM   2013   OPEN          SUICIDE PREVENTION
                                              Provides resources to fund headquarters and installation suicide
                                              prevention training and synchronization, the compliance monitoring of
                                              suicide prevention, and the associated policy and the program
                                              execution. It includes Suicide Prevention Program Managers (SPPMs)
                                              at installations worldwide.
        VULB        MM   2004   OPEN          UNIFIED LEGISLATIVE BUDGETING
                                              Provides resources for 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
                                              Funds the U.S. Army Wounded Warrior Program (AW2) mission 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         COMBAT READINESS 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.

         FAJA       OO   1988   OPEN         JAG ORGS/CLAIMS JAG ORGS/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

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                                             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
                                             FIELD ACTIVITY NATIONAL GUARD (FANG) PROVIDES CIVILIAN
                                             MANPOWER AND DOLLARS FOR CIVILIAN PAY AND OTHER
                                             SUPPORT COSTS FOR TITLE V DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
                                             CIVILIANS EMPLOYED BY THE NATIONAL GUARD BUREAU.
         FAOC       OO   1988   OPEN         ARMY NUCLEAR, CHEMICAL, & WEAPONS MASS DESTRUCTION
                                             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
                                             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         SEC ARMY FOAS
                                             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).


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

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


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         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.

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-
                                             GDIP, NON-COUNTER DRUG FUNCTIONS FOR THE REGIONAL
                                             COMBATANT COMMANDERS.
         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

MU**                OO                       NON-PROGRAM EXECUTIVE OFFICE SUSTAINING BASE
                                             INFORMATION/COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS
         MU1P       OO   1989   OPEN         ARMY WIDE PUBLISHING
                                             (U) 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.
         MU2B       OO   1989   OPEN         HQDA COMMAND & CONTROL (ENHANCED)
                                             A HIGHLY SENSITIVE, CLASSIFIED PROGRAM PROVIDING
                                             REDUNDANT COMMAND, CONTROL AND GUIDANCE FOR AN
                                             EFFECTIVE CONTINUITY OF OPERATIONS (COOP) PROGRAM IN
                                             SUPPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY DURING
                                             NATIONAL SECURITY EMERGENCIES AND PEACETIME
                                             DISASTER.

NG**                OO                       NATIONAL GUARD ACTIVITIES

         NG7S       OO   1991   OPEN         MSCA NON STANDARD COMMUNICATIONS & EQUIP
                                             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)
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                                             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
                                             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 MILITARY BANKING 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.

         VCFO       OO   2011   OPEN         ARMY CHIEF FINANCIAL OPERATIONS & SYSTEMS
                                             TO CAPTURE NON-AMHA REQUIREMENTS AND RESOURCES OF
                                             THE ASA(FM&C) MISSION AS THE ARMY'S CHIEF FINANCIAL
                                             OFFICER

         VCWT       OO   1992   OPEN         CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL TREATIES
                                             IMPLEMENTATION OF AND COMPLIANCE WITH THE BIOLOGICAL
                                             WEAPONS CONVENTION (BWC) AND THE CHEMICAL WEAPONS
                                             CONVENTION (CWC).
         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.




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         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 AND ILLNESS 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.

         VINK       OO   2004   2011         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
                                             PROVIDES RESOURCES TO SUPPORT THE
                                             MANAGEMENT AND OPERATION OF THE ARMY'S
                                             MUSEUM PROGRAM. FUNDS THE PROJECT
                                             MANAGEMENT, 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   2011         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.

         VPUB       OO   1988   OPEN         PUBLIC AFFAIRS
                                             PROVIDES RESOURCES TO SUPPORT WORLDWIDE ARMY
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                                             PUBLIC AFFAIRS AND INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS. INCLUDES
                                             ALL FUNCTIONS AND ACTIVITIES WHICH ARE PERFORMED TO
                                             SUPPORT OFFICIAL INFORMATION AND STRATEGIC
                                             COMMUNICATIONS ON BEHALF OF THE US ARMY AND THE
                                             DEVELOPMENT OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS INFORMATION STRATEGIES
                                             AND SERVICES. ALSO 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.

         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,

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                                             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.

         VTRE       OO   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
                                             COLLECTION/REPORTING AND MANAGEMENT COSTS FOR THE
                                             CFE, VD99 AND THE TRANSPARENCY IN ARMAMENTS/GLOBAL
                                             EXCHANGE OF MILITARY INFORMATION (TIA/GEMI) TREATIES.
                                             ALSO RESOURCES COMBATING WEAPONS OF MASS
                                             DESTRUCTION (WMD) PLANNING AND POLICY OVERSIGHT IN
                                             THE FUNCTIONAL AREAS OF COUNTERPROLIFERATION, NON-
                                             PROLIFERATION AND CONSEQUENCE MANAGEMENT. ALSO
                                             FUNDS HQDA TRAVEL AND CONTRACT SUPPORT
                                             REQUIREMENTS.
         VTSM       OO   1994   OPEN         STRATEGIC ARMS CONTROL TREATIES
                                             RESOURCES ARMY IMPLEMENTATION AND COMPLIANCE WITH
                                             THE STRATEGIC AND NUCLEAR TREATIES. INCLUDES SUPPORT
                                             FOR ARMY ON-SITE INSPECTIONS, HOST PREPARATIONS, AND
                                             DATA EXCHANGES IAW DOD PLANNING GUIDANCE.
         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         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.


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X***                OO                       TABLE OF DISTRIBUTION AND ALLOWANCES (TDA) ACTIVITIES:
                                             ACTIVE ARMY
         XISH       OO   1991   OPEN         NATO
                                             INVESTMENT SUSTAINS NATO COALITION CAPABILITIES
                                             ALREADY USED SUCCESSFULLY IN CONFLICTS IN THE
                                             BALKANS, AFGHANISTAN, IRAQ; AND OTHER NATO CRISIS
                                             RESPONSE OPERATIONS (CROS). VISIBLE AND CAPABLE NATO
                                             COALITION CAPABILITIES ARE AN INTEGRAL PART OF AN
                                             ACTIVE GLOBAL STRATEGY TO ENSURE SECURITY AND
                                             STABILITY. PARTICIPATION IN NATO MILITARY FORCES
                                             ESTABLISH IMPORTANT MILITARY AND POLITICAL
                                             INTERACTIONS, BUILDING TRUST AND CONFIDENCE BETWEEN
                                             THE UNITED STATES AND ITS MULTINATIONAL PARTNERS, AS
                                             WELL AS FACILITATES THE USE OF NATO MILITARY COALITION
                                             CAPABILITIES.
         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   2011         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.

         XMGF       OO   2000   2011         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,

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                                             PERFORM LONG-RANGE PLANNING, PROGRAMMING 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 IT INFRUSTRUCTURE
                                             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.

         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).


                                           SS SUSTAINING


A***                SS                       LOGISTICS/TRANSPORTATION
         AACS       SS   1991   OPEN         AMMUNITION FOR SINGLE MANAGER CONVENTIONAL
                                             AMMUNITION (SMCA)

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                                             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
                                             (U)FOR MPR PROGRAM AND BUDGET REPORTING. DOLLARS IN
                                             YR OF EXECUTION ONLY. DEFENSE BUSINESS OPERATING
                                             FUND(DBOF). ARSENALS AND AMMUNITION PLANTS
         ADMD       SS   1992   OPEN         AWCF MAINTENANCE DEPOTS
                                             (U)FOR MPR PROGRAM AND BUDGET REPORTING. DOLLARS IN
                                             YR OF EXECUTION ONLY DEFENSE BUSINESS OPERATING
                                             FUND(DBOF). MAINTENANCE DEPOTS. OLD MDEP:AAMD
         ADSM       SS   1992   OPEN         AWCF SUPPLY OPERATIONS INTEGRATED MATERIEL MANAGER
                                             (IMM)
                                             (U)FOR MPR PROGRAM AND BUDGET REPORTING. DOLLARS IN
                                             YR OF EXECUTION ONLY DEFENSE BUSINESS OPERATING
                                             FUND(DBOF). SUPPLY OPERATIONS(IMM).OLD MDEPS ASC2 AND
                                             PART OF ASFR.
         ADTR       SS   1992   OPEN         AWCF TRANSPORTATION/TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT
                                             (U)FOR MPR PROGRAM AND BUDGET REPORTING. DOLLARS IN
                                             YR OF EXECUTION ONLY DEFENSE BUSINESS OPERATING
                                             FUND(DBOF). 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         LCM/LOGSA OPNS
                                             FUNDS MANPOWER AUTHORIZATIONS AND ASSOCIATED COSTS
                                             FOR LIFE CYCLE MANAGEMENT COMMANDS (LCMC)
                                             OPERATIONS AND LOGISTICS SUPPORT AGENCY (LOGSA).
                                             LOGSA MANAGES THE ARMY'S LOGISTICS INFORMATION

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                                             WAREHOUSE (LIW), THE AUTHORITATIVE REPOSITORY OF
                                             LOGISTICS DATA; PROVISION OF TACTICAL, OPERATIONAL AND
                                             STRATEGIC LOGISTICS INFORMATION AND EXPERTISE IN
                                             SUPPORT OF ARFORGEN, AND OTHER READINESS MODELS.
                                             LOGSA MANAGES ISSUANCE OF DODAACS, RECORD
                                             IDENTIFICATION CODES (RIC), AND DA PROJECT CODES;
                                             SUSTAINMENT OF AUTOMATED LOGISTICS PROCESSES AND
                                             TOOLS; PROVISION OF ARMY-WIDE SUPPORT BY PROCESSING
                                             RETAIL LEVEL LOGISTICS DATA, SUPPORTING SUPPLY CLASSES
                                             AND INTERFACE WITH THE ARMY FINANCIAL SYSTEMS. ALSO
                                             RESPONSIBLE FOR PROVISION OF TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE AND
                                             TESTING IN PACKAGING, STORAGE, TRANSPORTATION, AND
                                             HAZARDOUS MATERIALS; PROVISION OF SUPPORT TO DATA
                                             CLEANSING, VALIDATION AND INVENTORY CONTROL POINT
                                             OPERATIONS (ITEM MANAGEMENT, SUPPLY, MAINTENANCE,
                                             READINESS, DISTRIBUTION, REDISTRIBUTION AND DISPOSAL).
                                             FUNDS DLA CATALOGING FUNCTIONS. EXCLUDES
                                             CONVENTIONAL AMMUNITION AND SECONDARY ITEM
                                             OPERATIONS.
         ALTF       SS   2002   2011         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 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

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                                             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
                                             DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTRACT OR ORGANIC) OF
                                             COMMUNICATION-ELECTRONICS END ITEMS SUPPORTS
                                             THE READINESS OF COMMAND, CONTROL,
                                             COMMUNICATIONS, COMPUTERS, INTELLIGENCE,
                                             SURVEILLANCE AND RECONNAISSANCE (C4ISR) FOR
                                             SUSTAINMENT READINESS ACROSS THE LIFE CYCLE OF
                                             C4ISR SYSTEMS. PROVIDES READINESS AND
                                             SUSTAINMENT SUPPORT FOR ARMY C4ISR HARDWARE
                                             CONUS AND OCONUS. THIS READINESS ENABLER SETS
                                             THE CONDITIONS FOR THE JOINT WARFIGHTER TO
                                             CONTROL TIME, SPACE, AND THE ENVIRONMENT, WHILE
                                             GREATLY ENHANCING SURVIVABILITY AND LETHALITY.
                                             SUPPORTS READINESS FOR COMMUNICATIONS AND
                                             ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT CAPABILITIES.
         AMLC       SS   1991   OPEN         DEPOT MAINTENANCE OF LIFE CYCLE SOFTWARE SUPPORT
                                             DEPOT MAINTENANCE FOR WEAPON SYSTEM SPECIFIC POST
                                             PRODUCTION SOFTWARE SUPPORT (PPSS) SUPPORTS THE
                                             OPERATIONAL READINESS FOR TACTICAL AND STRATEGIC
                                             WEAPON SYSTEMS AND COMMODITIES WHICH INCLUDES
                                             SUSTAINMENT FOR THE ARMY’S COMMAND, CONTROL,
                                             COMMUNICATIONS, COMPUTERS, INTELLIGENCE,
                                             SURVEILLANCE, AND RECONNAISSANCE (C4ISR), AVIATION,
                                             MISSILES, TACTICAL VEHICLES, AND UNMANNED AERIAL
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                                             VEHICLES. PPSS DIRECTLY SUPPORTS THE READINESS OF
                                             ARMY NETWORK SYSTEMS, MISSION CAPABILITIES, AND
                                             NETWORK MODERNIZATION EFFORTS.
         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
                                             DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTRACT OR ORGANIC) OF COMBAT
                                             TACTICAL WHEELED VEHICLES (TMV) END ITEMS. SUSTAINMENT
                                             MAINTENANCE IS PERFORMED ON TMV TO MAXIMIZE THE USE
                                             OF LIMITED FUNDING TO OBTAIN COST EFFECTIVE RESULTS AS
                                             THE ARMY REBALANCES THE FLEET. SUPPORTS ACTIVE
                                             COMPONENT, ARMY NATIONAL GUARD AND U.S. ARMY
                                             RESERVES.
         AMWE       SS   1991   OPEN         DEPOT MAINTENANCE OF COMBAT VEHICLE END ITEMS
                                             DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTRACT OR ORGANIC) OF COMBAT
                                             VEHICLE END ITEMS. AMWE WILL SUPPORT FLEET
                                             MANAGEMENT STRATEGY AND SUSTAIN COMBAT SYSTEMS
                                             THAT INCLUDE BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING: MINE
                                             RESISTANCE AMBUSH PROTECTION (MRAP), ABRAMS, BRADLEY,
                                             STRYKER, AVLB, ETC. SUPPORTS ACTIVE COMPONENT, ARMY
                                             NATIONAL GUARD AND U.S. ARMY RESERVES
AS**                SS                       SUPPLY ACTIVITIES

         ASAS       SS   1990   2011         INTEGRATED LOGISTICS SUPPORT 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
                                             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

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                                             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 & DEMILITARIZATION
                                             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
                                             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.
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                                             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 (IMC)
                                             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
                                             THE LOGISTICS ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (LAP) PROVIDES
                                             SUPPORT TO COMBATANT COMMANDERS AND FIELD
                                             COMMANDERS THROUGH REGIONAL LOGISTICS SUPPORT
                                             ELEMENTS (LSES), WORLDWIDE LOGISTICS ASSISTANCE
                                             OFFICES (LAOS) AND CUSTOMER SUPPORT CENTERS. LAOS
                                             ARE STAFFED BY MAINTENANCE, AMMUNITION, SUPPLY AND
                                             READINESS LARS WHO PROVIDE SUSTAINMENT TRAINING ON
                                             FIELDED EQUIPMENT, LOGISTICS INTELLIGENCE TO USAMC AND
                                             FIELD UNITS WHILE ENSURING ASSISTANCE CONTINUITY
                                             DURING MOBILIZATION, HOSTILITIES AND OTHER OPERATIONS.
                                             THE AOAP IS PART OF A DOD-WIDE EFFORT TO DETERMINE
                                             IMPENDING COMPONENT FAILURES AND LUBRICANT CONDITION
                                             THROUGH PERIODIC LABORATORY EVALUATION OF USED OIL
                                             SAMPLES. THIS EARLY DIAGNOSIS FACILITATES ENHANCED
                                             RELIABILITY AND READINESS OF ARMY SYSTEMS AND KEY
                                             COMPONENT ASSEMBLIES. AN IMPORTANT FUNCTION OF THE
                                             AOAP IS PETROLEUM CONSERVATION SINCE IT EXTENDS OIL
                                             LIFE THROUGH ON-CONDITION OIL CHANGES – OIL CHANGES
                                             THAT ARE MADE ONLY WHEN LAB-DIRECTED -- NOT BY LUBE
                                             ORDERS. CORROSION PREVENTION AND CONTROL IS
                                             EMBEDDED IN EACH LEVEL OF MAINTENANCE. THIS MDEP
                                             FUNDS THE ARMY MANAGEMENT OF THE CORROSION
                                             PREVENTION PROGRAM TO INCLUDE CPC IMPROVEMENT
                                             PROJECTS, AND A CPC OFFICE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE
                                             COLLECTION OF DATA AND THAT WILL DETERMINE THE RETURN
                                             ON INVESTMENT (ROI) FOR INVESTING IN THE CPC.
         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

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                                             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.

         ASOC       SS   2010   OPEN         ORG CLOTHING & INDIV EQUIPMENT (OCIE) SUSTAINMENT
                                             FUNDS THE REPLACEMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF
                                             ORGANIZATIONAL CLOTHING AND INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT
                                             (OCIE) THAT IS CENTRALLY MANAGED IN THE CENTRAL ISSUE
                                             FACILITIES. SUPPORTS OCIE LAUNDRY AND REDISTRIBUTION
                                             OF STOCKAGE, ABOVE REQUISITION OBJECTIVE (RO), ARMY
                                             WIDE. SUPPORTS REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF ITEMS LOST
                                             OR DAMAGED. FUNDS THE PERSONNEL REQUIRED TO
                                             PERFORM CENTRAL MANAGEMENT AT THE OCIE CENTRAL
                                             MANAGEMENT OFFICE FOR THE ACTIVE COMPONENT AS WELL
                                             AS NON DESTRUCTIVE TEST EQUIPMENT AND AUTOMATION
                                             UPGRADES IN SUPPORT OF OCIE MANAGEMENT IMPROVEMENT.
         ASPO       SS   1991   OPEN         SECOND DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION OPERATIONS
                                             PROVIDES FOR DIRECT REIMBURSEMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
                                             WORKING CAPITAL FUND (TWCF) FUNDS TO THE UNITED
                                             STATES TRANSPORTATION COMMAND (USTRANSCOM)
                                             HEADQUARTERS AS THE DISTRIBUTION PROCESS OWNER
                                             (DPO) AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS PORTFOLIO MANAGER.
                                             ALSO PROVIDES REIMBURSEMENT TO SURFACE DISTRIBUTION
                                             AND SURFACE COMMAND (SDDC) FOR STRATEGIC WARTIME
                                             PLANNING, TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT, PORT HANDLING COSTS
                                             FOR MILITARY DOCUMENTATION, READINESS CARGO
                                             PLANNING, SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE AND RELATED
                                             TRANSPORTATION ACTIVITIES. FUNDING IS DIRECTED BY THE
                                             OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE (OSD), IN
                                             ACCORDANCE WITH PROGRAM BUDGET DIRECTIVE (PBD) 426.
         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. PROVIDES FOR THE SAFE, SECURE AND
                                             ENVIRONMENTALLY COMPLIANT STORAGE PENDING DISPOSAL.
                                             RESOURCES CLEANUP AND CLOSURE COSTS RELATED TO THE
                                             COMPLETION OF DISPOSAL OPERATIONS AND TRANSFER OF
                                             EQUIPMENT AND PROPERTY TO THE APPROPRIATE AUTHORITY.
A2**                SS                       SECOND DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION

         A2AA       SS   1990   2023         SDT AAFES
                                             PROVIDES FOR OVER-OCEAN TRANSPORTATION OF U.S
                                             MERCHANDISE TO OVERSEAS EXCHANGES, AS AUTHORIZED BY
                                             AR 215-8 (TRANSPORTATION FINANCIAL POLICY ON ARMY AND
                                             AIR FORCE EXCHANGE SERVICES). PAYS TO MOVE CARGO BY
                                             SEA, LAND, AND AIR. INCLUDES STUFFING OF CONTAINERS,

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                                             PORT HANDLING CHARGES, AND MOVEMENT TO FIRST INLAND
                                             DESTINATION OVERSEAS. EXCLUDES TRANSPORTATION OF
                                             PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR NONAPPROPRIATED FUND(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
                                             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.

FA**                SS                       FIELD OPERATING AGENCIES

         FALO       SS   1988   OPEN         OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF G4 FIELD SUPPORT
                                             FUNDS THE MANPOWER AND BUSINESS OPERATING EXPENSES
                                             OF THE LOGISTICS INNOVATION AGENCY (LIA), THE FIELD

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                                             OPERATING AGENCY OF THE G-4 AS DESCRIBED IN AR 10-25.
                                             LIA'S MISSION IS TO PROVIDE INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS FOR
                                             IMPROVED OPERATIONAL AND TACTICAL LOGISTICS
                                             READINESS. ALSO FUNDS THE COMBINED LOGISTICS CAREER
                                             MANAGEMENT OFFICE WHICH PROVIDES CAREER
                                             MANAGEMENT SUPPORT TO THE TRANSPORTATION, SUPPLY,
                                             AND MAINTENANCE CAREER FIELDS. ADDITIONALLY, SUPPORTS
                                             THE ARNG WITH PAY AND ALLOWANCES NECESSARY TO
                                             CONDUCT STATE, REGIONAL AND NATIONAL EVALUATIONS
                                             BOARDS IN SUPPORT OF THE COMBINED LOGISTICS
                                             EXCELLENCE AWARDS.
FL**                SS                       FIELDING SYSTEMS (INTENSIVELY MANAGED NON-PROGRAM
                                             EXECUTIVE OFFICE)

         FL8H       SS   1996   OPEN         ARMY LOGISTICS TECH EXPLORATION
                                             SUPPORTS THE MISSION AND FUNCTIONS OF THE LOGISTICS
                                             INNOVATION AGENCY (LIA), THE FIELD OPERATING AGENCY OF
                                             THE G-4, AS DESCRIBED IN AR 10-25. FUNDS ASSESSMENT OF
                                             TECHNOLOGIES AND PROCESSES TO IMPROVE TACTICAL AND
                                             OPERATIONAL LOGISTICS RESPONSIVENESS. THESE
                                             ASSESSMENTS INCLUDE INVESTIGATING AND EVALUATING
                                             LEADING-EDGE TECHNOLOGIES WHICH HAVE THE POTENTIAL
                                             TO OFFER SIGNIFICANT MILITARY ADVANTAGES IN IMPROVING
                                             LOGISTICS RESPONSIVENESS. THIS MDEP ALSO FUNDS THE
                                             REVIEW AND APPLICATION OF INNOVATIVE BUSINESS
                                             PROCESSES THAT SUPPORT THE END TO END LOGISTICS
                                             PROCESS, AND OPERATIONAL SENSING, WHICH COLLECTS AND
                                             SYNTHESIZES LOGISTICS INFORMATION AND DATA TO IDENTIFY
                                             PROBLEMATIC AND EMERGING LOGISTICS ISSUES.
HS**                SS                       HEALTH SERVICES

         HSCB       SS   1991   OPEN         MEDICAL NBC DEFENSE
                                             PROVIDES MEDICAL MATERIEL COUNTERMEASURES AND
                                             OTHER CAPABILITIES TO ENABLE OPERATIONS AND PROVIDE
                                             FORCE PROTECTION AGAINST CBRN THREATS. SUSTAINS THE
                                             INITIAL ISSUE INVENTORY OF CONSUMABLE MEDICAL CBRN
                                             MATERIEL COUNTERMEASURES FOR DEPLOYING AND
                                             FORWARD DEPLOYED FORCES BASED ON ARMY FORCE SIZING
                                             CONSTRUCT. THESE COUNTERMEASURES PROVIDE THE
                                             INDIVIDUAL SOLDIER WITH THE CAPABILITY TO GIVE SELF-AID
                                             OR BUDDY AID TO TREAT INJURIES RESULTING FROM CBRN
                                             WARFARE AGENTS. SUSTAINS POTENCY AND DATED ITEMS FOR
                                             CHEMICAL AGENT PATIENT TREATMENT MEDICAL EQUIPMENT
                                             SETS. ALSO PROVIDES CAPABILITIES FOR DOTMLPF ANALYSIS
                                             TO DETERMINE MEDICAL CBRN REQUIREMENTS AND FOR
                                             PROGRAM MANAGEMENT OF MEDICAL CBRN DEFENSE
                                             MATERIEL.
         HSUK       SS   1991   OPEN         MEDICAL POTENCY & DATED SUPPLY READINESS
                                             THE MEDICAL POTENCY AND DATED (P&D) PROGRAM
                                             SUPPORTS REQUIREMENTS FOR CONUS EARLY DEPLOYING
                                             ECHELON ABOVE BRIGADE (EAB) MEDICAL UNITS WITHIN THE
                                             FIRST 31 DAYS OF CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS WITH THEIR
                                             BASIC LOAD OF P&D MEDICAL MATERIEL, CONFIGURED AS UNIT
                                             DEPLOYMENT PACKAGES (UDPS). DEPLOYMENTS INVOLVE
                                             MAJOR COMBAT OPERATIONS, CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS,
                                             STABILITY AND SUPPORT OPERATIONS, HUMANITARIAN
                                             ASSISTANCE, HOMELAND SECURITY AND SUPPORT FOR OTHER
                                             CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS (OCO).

J***                SS                       JOINT/DOD ACTIVITIES

         JDFM       SS   1992   OPEN         FMS MANPOWER SPT
                                             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

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                                             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, EQUIPMENT, AND
                                             MATERIEL TO SUPPORT DEPLOYMENT AND BATTLEFIELD
                                             DISTRIBUTION. AS NEEDED, LEVERAGE COMMERCIALLY
                                             PROVEN AND AVAILABLE INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION

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                                             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, A FEDERATED
                                             APPROACH BETWEEN GFEBS AND GCSS-ARMY FINANCIAL
                                             SYSTEMS AND USES OFF-THE-SHELF TECHNOLOGIES.
                                             INCLUDES GCSS-ARMY FIELD TACTICAL, ARMY ENTERPRISE
                                             SYSTEMS INTEGRATION PROGRAM (FORMALLY CALLED
                                             LIFECYCLE MANAGEMENT PLUS) AND LINKS TO THE ARMY
                                             WORKING 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. SUPPORTS AR DATA MIGRATION
                                             AND CHANGE MANAGEMENT NEED TO TRANSITION FROM
                                             CURRENT LEGACY SYSTEMS TO GCSS-A.
         MPTA       SS   1991   2011         PROJECT MANAGER GLOBAL COMMAND SUPPORT SYSTEM-
                                             ARMY (GCSS-A)
                                             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   2011         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   2011         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

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                                             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
                                             CENTER (CTASC).

         MPTG       SS   1991   2011         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.

         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
                                             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.

         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

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                                             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
                                             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).

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

         MS10       SS   1992   OPEN         AMC LOGISTICS SYSTEM OPERATIONS
                                             FUNDS ARMY MATERIEL COMMAND (AMC) APPLICATION
                                             PROCESSING SUPPORT PERFORMED AT THE DEFENSE
                                             ENTERPRISE COMPUTING CENTERS. FUNCTIONAL AREA
                                             INFORMATION PROCESSING INCLUDES FINANCIAL AND
                                             LOGISTICS DATA. PROVIDES REIMBURSEMENT FOR SERVICES
                                             PERFORMED BY THE DEFENSE INFORMATION SYSTEMS
                                             AGENCY TO THE ARMY'S WHOLESALE BUSINESS ACTIVITIES.
         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

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                                             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.

         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.


RJ**     RJ**                                COMBAT SUPPORT SERVICE

         RJT9       SS   1991   OPEN         FORCE PROJECTION OUTLOAD
                                             PROVIDES FUNDING TO INCREASE POWER PROJECTION
                                             OUTLOADING CAPABILITY OF PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, AND
                                             SUSTAINING SUPPLIES AS WELL AS ACQUISITION OF ESSENTIAL
                                             RAIL EQUIPMENT REQUIRED FOR RAPID POWER PROJECTION.
                                             INCLUDES ANNUAL DEPLOYMENT READINESS EXERCISES,
                                             STRATEGIC MOBILITY ANALYSES, AND RESERVE COMPONENT
                                             MISSION SUPPORT/PARTICIPATION IN DEPLOYMENT READINESS
                                             EXERCISES. SUPPORTS COCOM OPLANS, STRATEGIC PLANNING
                                             GUIDANCE, AND THE ARMY CAMPAIGN PLAN.

RR**                SS                       REBUILD RECAPITALIZATION

         RR01       SS   2001   OPEN         ABRAMS M1 REBUILD RECAP
                                             DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTRACT OR ORGANIC) OF M1
                                             ABRAMS MODELS TO BRING THE FLEET AS CLOSE AS POSSIBLE
                                             TO A ZERO MILE/ZERO HOUR STANDARD. THIS REQUIREMENT
                                             COULD HAVE OPTIONAL MODERNIZATION INVOLVED AND WILL
                                             REQUIRE THE SYNCHRONIZATION OF PROCUREMENT
                                             APPROPRIATION TO OBTAIN THE FINISHED PRODUCT. THIS
                                             EFFORT WILL ASSIST IN REBALANCING THE FLEET
         RR02       SS   2002   2004         APACHE AH-64A REBUILD RECAP
                                             NO NARRATIVE PROVIDED.
         RR03       SS   2001   OPEN         BLACKHAWK UH-60A REBUILD RECAP
                                             DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTRACT OR ORGANIC) OF UH-60
                                             BLACKHAWK MODELS SUPPORTS THE READINESS OF AVIATION
                                             LIFT ASSETS AND BRINGS THE FLEET AS CLOSE AS POSSIBLE
                                             TO A ZERO MILE/ZERO HOUR STANDARD. AERO MEDICAL
                                             EVACUATION COMMAND AND CONTROL, SPECIAL OPERATION
                                             AND OVERALL MOBILITY FOR TROOP MOVEMENT AND CARGO
                                             LIFT CAPABILITY IS CRITICAL FOR BATTLEFIELD MANUEVER,
                                             SUSTAINMENT AND MEDICAL EVACUATION. EFFORT IMPROVES
                                             SYSTEM RELIABILITY, OPERATIONAL AVAILABILITY AND
                                             READINESS WHILE SUPPORTING THE ARMY'S CRITICAL
                                             MODERNIZATION STRATEGY FOR THIS PLATFORM.
         RR04       SS   2001   OPEN         CHINOOK CH-47D REBUILD RECAP
                                             DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTRACT OR ORGANIC) OF CH-47
                                             CHINOOK MODELS SUPPORTS THE READINESS OF THE ARMY’S
                                             ONLY HEAVY ROTARY WING LIFT CAPABILITY AND BRINGS THE
                                             FLEET AS CLOSE AS POSSIBLE TO A ZERO MILE/ZERO HOUR
                                             STANDARD. THIS REQUIREMENT COULD HAVE OPTIONAL
                                             MODERNIZATION INVOLVED AND WILL REQUIRE THE
                                             SYNCHRONIZATION OF PROCUREMENT APPROPRIATION TO
                                             OBTAIN THE FINISHED PRODUCT. THIS EFFORT WILL ASSIST IN

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                                             IMPROVING EQUIPMENT RELIABILITY AND OPERATIONAL
                                             AVAILABILITY IN SUPPORT OF CURRENT AND FUTURE
                                             READINESS FOR CONTINGENCY EFFORTS. THE CH47 IS THE
                                             WORK HORSE IN SUPPORT OF MANUEVER AND SUSTAINMENT
                                             OPERATIONS.
         RR05       SS   2001   OPEN         RECOVERY VEHICLE M88 REBUILD RECAP
                                             SUSTAINMENT SYSTEMS TECHNICAL SUPPORT (SSTS)
                                             SUPPORTS THE LIFE CYCLE OF C4ISR SYSTEMS THROUGH
                                             LOGISTIC ASSISTANCE REPRESENTATIVES (LARS) AND
                                             ENGINEERS WHO ASSESS AND RESOLVE SYSTEMS ISSUES. IT
                                             PROVIDES CRITICAL UPDATES TO FIELD LEVEL MAINTENANCE
                                             MANUALS, REPAIR PARTS, SPECIAL TOOL LISTS, AND DEPOT
                                             MAINTENANCE WORK REQUESTS IN SUPPORT OF READINESS
                                             REQUIREMENTS FOR COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS
                                             EQUIPMENT CAPABILITIES.
         RR06       SS   2004   2011         ARMORED VEHICLE LAUNCH BRIDGE RECAP OMA SUPPORT
                                             PROVIDES OMA RECAPITALIZATION FUNDS FOR ARMORED
                                             VEHICLE LAUNCH BRIDGES (AVLB).
         RR07       SS   2001   OPEN         ARMORED COMBAT EARTHMOVER (ACE) M9 REBUILD RECAP
                                             DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTRACT OR ORGANIC) OF M9
                                             ARMORED COMBAT EARTHMOVER (ACE) MODELS TO BRING THE
                                             FLEET AS CLOSE AS POSSIBLE TO A ZERO MILE/ZERO HOUR
                                             STANDARD. THIS REQUIREMENT COULD HAVE OPTIONAL
                                             MODERNIZATION INVOLVED AND WILL REQUIRE THE
                                             SYNCHRONIZATION OF PROCUREMENT APPROPRIATION TO
                                             OBTAIN THE FINISHED PRODUCT. THIS EFFORT WILL ASSIST IN
                                             REBALANCING THE FLEET.
         RR08       SS   2001   OPEN         M2/M3 BRADLEY RECAP OMA SUPPORT
                                             DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTRACT OR ORGANIC) OF BRADLEY
                                             M2 AND M3 MODELS TO BRING THE FLEET AS CLOSE AS
                                             POSSIBLE TO A ZERO MILE/ZERO HOUR STANDARD. THIS
                                             REQUIREMENT COULD HAVE OPTIONAL MODERNIZATION
                                             INVOLVED AND WILL REQUIRE THE SYNCHRONIZATION OF
                                             PROCUREMENT APPROPRIATION TO OBTAIN THE FINISHED
                                             PRODUCT. THIS EFFORT WILL ASSIST IN REBALANCING THE
                                             FLEET.
         RR09       SS   2004   2011         MULTIPLE LAUCH ROCKET SYSTEM RECAP OMA SUPPORT
                                             PROVIDES OMA RECAPITALIZATION FUNDS FOR MULTIPLE
                                             LAUNCH ROCKET SYSTEM (MLRS).
         RR10       SS   2001   OPEN         PATRIOT REBUILD RECAP
                                             DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTRACT OR ORGANIC) OF PATRIOT
                                             MODEL SUPPORTS THE READINESS OF THE PATRIOT AIR AND
                                             MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEM AND BRINGS THE FLEET AS CLOSE
                                             AS POSSIBLE TO A ZERO MILE/ZERO HOUR STANDARD. PATRIOT
                                             ITEMS ARE APPROACHING 30 YEARS IN AGE AND THERE IS NO
                                             SUCCESSOR SYSTEM. PATRIOT RECAPITALIZATION MITIGATES
                                             RISK ASSOCIATED WITH AGING SYSTEMS BY RETURNING
                                             PATRIOT GROUND EQUIPMENT TO ZERO MILE/ZERO HOUR
                                             STANDARD AND ALSO FACILITATES MODERNIZATION THROUGH
                                             SYNCHRONIZAITION OF PROCUREMENT APPROPRIATIONS.
                                             RECAPITALIZATION IS CRUCIAL TO KEEP THIS HIGH-DEMAND
                                             SYSTEM RELEVANT AND READY.
         RR11       SS   2004   2011         FOV RECAP OMA SUPPORT
                                             NO NARRATIVE PROVIDED.
         RR12       SS   2001   2004         HEAVY EXPANDED MOBILITY TACTICAL TRUCK (HEMTT)
                                             REBUILD RECAP
                                             NO NARRATIVE PROVIDED.
         RR13       SS   2001   2011         SMALL EMPLACEMENT EXCAVATOR (SEE) REBUILD RECAP
                                             NO NARRATIVE PROVIDED.
         RR15       SS   2001   OPEN         FIREFINDER REBUILD RECAP
                                             FIREFINDER REBUILD RECAP
         RR16       SS   2001   OPEN         ELECTRONIC SHOP SHELTER REBUILD RECAP
                                             DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTRACT OR ORGANIC) OF ALL
                                             ELECTRONIC SHOP SHELTER TO BRING THE FLEET AS CLOSE
                                             AS POSSIBLE TO A ZERO MILE/ZERO HOUR STANDARD. THIS
                                             REQUIREMENT COULD HAVE OPTIONAL MODERNIZATION
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                                             INVOLVED AND WILL REQUIRE THE SYNCHRONIZATION OF
                                             PROCUREMENT APPROPRIATION TO OBTAIN THE FINISHED
                                             PRODUCT. THIS EFFORT WILL ASSIST IN REBALANCING THE
                                             FLEET
         RR17       SS   2001   OPEN         FAASV M992 REBUILD RECAP
                                             DEPOT MAINTENANCE (CONTRACT OR ORGANIC) OF
                                             FAASV/PALADIN MODELS SUPPORTS THE READINESS OF THE
                                             ARMY'S PRIMARY AMMUNITION SUPPLY VEHICLE THAT
                                             PROVIDES DIRECT SUPPORT TO THE M109A6 PALADIN, THE
                                             ARMY'S PRIMARY INDIRECT FIRE SUPPORT TO HBCTS, AND
                                             BRINGS THE FLEET AS CLOSE AS POSSIBLE TO A ZERO
                                             MILE/ZERO HOUR STANDARD. THIS REQUIREMENT COULD HAVE
                                             OPTIONAL MODERNIZATION INVOLVED AND WILL REQUIRE THE
                                             SYNCHRONIZATION OF PROCUREMENT APPROPRIATION TO
                                             OBTAIN THE FINISHED PRODUCT. THIS EFFORT WILL ASSIST IN
                                             REBALANCING THE FLEET AND MAINTAINING THE FLEET AGE
                                             NEAR THE 10 YEAR GOAL.
         RR18       SS   2O01   2011         BULLDOZER D7 REBUILD RECAP
                                             NO NARRATIVE PROVIDED.
         RR19       SS   2001   2011         SMALL UNIT SUPPORT VEHICLE (SUSV) M973A1 REBUILD RECAP
                                             NO NARRATIVE PROVIDED.
         RR20       SS   2001   2011         SCRAPER REBUILD RECAP
                                             NO NARRATIVE PROVIDED.
         RR21       SS   2002   NONE         HMMWV RECAPITALIZATION REBUILD
                                             HIGH MOBILITY MULTI-PURPOSE WHEELED VEHICLE (HMMWV)
                                             RECAPITALIZATION REBUILD (RR21)

S***                SS                       SUSTAINING SYSTEMS

         SAAA       SS   1998   OPEN         SSTS ARTILLERY, GRND ARMAMENT SUB-SYSTEM
                                             SUSTAINMENT SYSTEMS TECHNICAL SUPPORT (SSTS) -
                                             ARTILLERY, GROUND ARMAMENT SUB-SYSTEMS, SMALL ARMS,
                                             THERMAL, MORTAR & SMOKE SYSTEMS. ENGINEERING AND
                                             TECH SUPPORT TO POST-PRODUCTION FIELDED WEAPON
                                             SYSTEMS. SSTS BEGINS THE FIRST FISCAL YEAR AFTER THE
                                             END OF PRODUCTION, DEFINED AS THE LAST ITEM FIELDED.
                                             INCLUDES LOGISTIC ASSISTANCE REPS (LARS) AND U.S. ARMY
                                             MATERIEL COMMAND ORGANIC INDUSTRIAL BASE
                                             ENGINEERING & TECH SUPPORT PERSONNEL. CONTINUES
                                             ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURER (OEM) ENGINEERING,
                                             RELIABILITY, AND MAINTAINABILITY CONTRACTS ORIGINATED IN
                                             WEAPON SYSTEM RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT AND
                                             ACQUISITION. OEM CONTRACTS PROVIDE: ACCESS TO THE
                                             TECH DATA PACKAGE (TDP) FOR ENGINEERING SERVICES,
                                             ENGINEER CHANGE PROPOSALS (ECPS) & MODIFICATION WORK
                                             ORDERS (MWOS) FOR THE WEAPON SYSTEM & ITS TEST,
                                             MEASUREMENT & DIAGNOSTIC EQUIPMENT (TMDE); UPDATES
                                             TO FIELD LEVEL MAINTENANCE MANUALS, REPAIR PARTS &
                                             SPECIAL TOOL LISTS, & DEPOT MAINTENANCE WORK
                                             REQUESTS; CONTRACT ENGINEER & LOGISTICS TECHNICAL
                                             REPRESENTATIVES (CETS/LETS).
         SAVN       SS   1998   OPEN         SSTS AVN, AVIONIC, AIR ARMAMENT
                                             SUSTAINMENT SYSTEMS TECHNICAL SUPPORT (SSTS) -
                                             AVIATION, AVIONICS, AIR ARMAMENT SUB-SYSTEMS, TOOLS
                                             SETS, AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL & GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT.
                                             ENGINEERING AND TECH SUPPORT TO POST-PRODUCTION
                                             FIELDED WEAPON SYSTEMS. SSTS BEGINS THE FIRST FISCAL
                                             YEAR AFTER THE END OF PRODUCTION, DEFINED AS THE LAST
                                             ITEM FIELDED. INCLUDES LOGISTIC ASSISTANCE REPS (LARS)
                                             AND USAMC ORGANIC INDUSTRIAL BASE ENGINEERING & TECH
                                             SUPPORT PERSONNEL. CONTINUES ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT
                                             MANUFACTURER (OEM) ENGINEERING, RELIABILITY, AND
                                             MAINTAINABILITY CONTRACTS ORIGINATED IN WEAPON
                                             SYSTEM RDA. OEM CONTRACTS PROVIDE: ACCESS TO THE
                                             TECH DATA PACKAGE (TDP) FOR ENGINEERING SERVICES,
                                             ENGINEERING CHG PROPOSALS (ECPS) & MODIFICATION WORK

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                                             ORDERS (MWOS) FOR THE WEAPON SYS & ITS TEST,
                                             MEASUREMENT & DIAGNOSTIC EQUIP (TMDE); UPDATES TO
                                             FIELD LEVEL MAINTENANCE MANUALS, REPAIR PARTS &
                                             SPECIAL TOOL LISTS, & DEPOT MAINTENANCE WORK
                                             REQUESTS; ENGINEERING SERVICES RELATED TO IDENTIFIED
                                             AIRWORTHINESS RELEASE (AWR), SAFETY OF FLIGHT (SOF)
                                             AND QUALITY DEFICIENCY REPORTS (QDR) ISSUES. CONTRACT
                                             FIELD SERVICE REPRESENTATIVES (CFSRS).
         SCCC       SS   1998   OPEN         SSTS CMD, CNTRL, COMM-EL, COMPUTER
                                             SUSTAINMENT SYSTEMS TECHNICAL SUPPORT (SSTS)
                                             SUPPORTS THE LIFE CYCLE OF C4ISR SYSTEMS THROUGH
                                             LOGISTIC ASSISTANCE REPRESENTATIVES (LARS) AND
                                             ENGINEERS WHO ASSESS AND RESOLVE SYSTEMS ISSUES. IT
                                             PROVIDES CRITICAL UPDATES TO FIELD LEVEL MAINTENANCE
                                             MANUALS, REPAIR PARTS, SPECIAL TOOL LISTS, AND DEPOT
                                             MAINTENANCE WORK REQUESTS IN SUPPORT OF READINESS
                                             REQUIREMENTS FOR COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS
                                             EQUIPMENT CAPABILITIES.
         SMSL       SS   1998   OPEN         SSTS MISSILES
                                             SUSTAINMENT SYSTEMS TECHNICAL SUPPORT (SSTS) - MISSILE
                                             SYSTEMS IN SUPPORT OF THEATER MISSILE DEFENSE, AIR
                                             DEFENSE, FIELD ARTILLERY, MANEUVER LIGHT, & AVIATION
                                             EQUIP. ENGINEERING AND TECH SUPPORT TO POST-
                                             PRODUCTION FIELDED WEAPON SYSTEMS. SSTS BEGINS THE
                                             FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR AFTER THE LAST ITEM IS PRODUCED,
                                             DEFINED AS THE LAST ITEM FIELDED, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF
                                             LOGISTIC ASSISTANCE REP (LAR) REQUIREMENTS WHICH MAY
                                             BEGIN ONE YEAR PRIOR TO INITIAL EQUIPMENT FIELDINGS.
                                             INCLUDES LARS AND ORGANIC INDUSTRIAL BASE ENGINEER &
                                             TECH SUPPORT PERSONNEL. CONTINUES ORIGINAL
                                             EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURER (OEM) ENGINEERING,
                                             RELIABILITY, AND MAINTAINABILITY CONTRACTS ORIGINATED IN
                                             WEAPON SYSTEM RDA. OEM CONTRACTS PROVIDE: ACCESS TO
                                             THE TECH DATA PACKAGE (TDP) FOR ENGINEERING SERVICES,
                                             ENGINEER CHG PROPOSALS (ECPS) & MODIFICATION WORK
                                             ORDERS (MWOS) FOR THE WEAPON SYS & ITS TEST,
                                             MEASUREMENT & DIAGNOSTIC EQUIP (TMDE); UPDATES TO
                                             FIELD LEVEL MAINTENANCE MANUALS, REPAIR PARTS &
                                             SPECIAL TOOL LISTS, & DEPOT MAINTENANCE WORK
                                             REQUESTS; CONTRACT ENGINEER & LOG TECH REPS
                                             (CETS/LETS); AND THE MISSILE STOCKPILE RELIABILITY
                                             PROGRAM.
         SOTH       SS   1998   OPEN         SSTS OTHER TECH SPT PRGS
                                             SUSTAINMENT SYSTEMS TECHNICAL SUPPORT (SSTS) - OTHER
                                             TECH SUPPORT PROGRAMS (NON-COMMODITY SPECIFIC).
                                             RESOURCES U.S. ARMY MATERIEL COMMAND 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 , PS MAGAZINE AND PUBLICATION
                                             UPDATES FOR THE CALIBRATION AND REPAIR OF TEST,
                                             MEASUREMENT AND DIAGNOSTIC EQUIPMENT (TMDE). PER AR
                                             750-1, FUNDS THE U.S. ARMY MATERIEL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS
                                             AGENCY (AMSAA) AS THE HQDA G4 RESPONSIBLE AGENCY FOR
                                             THE ARMY'S SAMPLE DATA COLLECTION (SDC) PROGRAM.
                                             CONDUCT OF DATA COLLECTION AND ANALYSIS AT THE SERIAL
                                             NUMBER LEVEL DETAIL ACROSS A SAMPLE OF AVIATION,
                                             GROUND COMBAT, AND TACTICAL WHEELED VEHICLE SYSTEMS.
                                             PROVIDES SUBJECT MATTER EXPERTISE AND LABORATORY
                                             FACILITIES TO SUPPORT THE CONDITION BASED MAINTENANCE
                                             - PLUS COMMUNICATIONS ARCHITECTURE DEVELOPMENT;
                                             MODELING & SIMULATION (M&S), TESTING AND ANALYSIS, AND
                                             INFORMATION ASSURANCE STUDIES USING THE
                                             COMMUNICATIONS/ELECTRONICS RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT
                                             AND ENGINEERING CENTER (CERDEC).

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

         SPAR       SS   2002   2011         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 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         SSTS SOLDIER SUPPORT SYSTEMS
                                             SUSTAINMENT SYSTEMS TECHNICAL SUPPORT (SSTS) -
                                             DEPLOYABLE MEDICAL, FIELD FEEDING, HYGIENE, SHELTERS,
                                             NBC, AND REFRIGERATION. ENGINEERING AND TECH SUPPORT
                                             TO POST-PRODUCTION FIELDED WEAPON SYSTEMS. SSTS
                                             BEGINS THE FIRST FISCAL YEAR AFTER THE LAST ITEM IS
                                             PRODUCED, DEFINED AS THE LAST ITEM FIELDED. INCLUDES
                                             LOGISTIC ASSISTANCE REPS (LARS), USAMC ORGANIC
                                             INDUSTRIAL BASE ENGINEERING & TECH SUPPORT PERSONNEL
                                             & LIMITED CONTRACT SUPPORT. PERFORMS ENGINEERING,
                                             RELIABILITY, AND MAINTAINABILITY FUNCTIONS TO ENSURE
                                             SOLDIER SUPPORT NEEDS ARE MET. PROVIDES: ACCESS TO
                                             THE TECH DATA PACKAGE (TDP) FOR ENGINEERING SERVICES,
                                             AIRWORTHINESS CERTIFICATION, ENGINEERING CHG
                                             PROPOSALS (ECPS) & MODIFICATION WORK ORDERS (MWOS)
                                             FOR THE SYSTEM & ITS TEST, MEASUREMENT & DIAGNOSTIC
                                             EQUIP (TMDE); UPDATES TO FIELD LEVEL MAINTENANCE
                                             MANUALS, REPAIR PARTS & SPECIAL TOOL LISTS, & DEPOT
                                             MAINTENANCE WORK REQUESTS.
         STAC       SS   1998   OPEN         SSTS TACTICAL/COMBAT VEHICLES
                                             SUSTAINMENT SYSTEMS TECHNICAL SUPPORT (SSTS) -
                                             TACTICAL/CBT VEHS, WATERCRAFT, RAIL, BRIDGING, MATERIEL
                                             HANDLING EQUIPMENT, ENGINEER EQUIP, & PETROLEUM,
                                             WATER, LUBRICANT SYSTEMS. ENGINEERING AND TECH
                                             SUPPORT TO POST-PRODUCTION FIELDED WEAPON SYSTEMS.
                                             SSTS BEGINS THE FIRST FISCAL YEAR AFTER THE END OF
                                             PRODUCTION, DEFINED AS LAST ITEM FIELDED. INCLUDES
                                             LOGISTIC ASSISTANCE REPS (LARS) AND U.S.ARMY MATERIEL
                                             COMMAND ORGANIC INDUSTRIAL BASE ENGINEERING & TECH
                                             SUPPORT PERSONNEL. CONTINUES ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT
                                             MANUFACTURER (OEM) ENGINEERING, RELIABILITY, AND
                                             MAINTAINABILITY CONTRACTS ORIGINATED IN WEAPON

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                                             SYSTEM RDA. OEM CONTRACTS PROVIDE: ACCESS TO THE
                                             TECH DATA PACKAGE (TDP) FOR ENGINEERING SERVICES,
                                             ENGINEERING CHG PROPOSALS (ECPS) & MODIFICATION WORK
                                             ORDERS (MWOS) FOR THE WEAPON SYS & ITS TEST,
                                             MEASUREMENT & DIAGNOSTIC EQUIP (TMDE); UPDATES TO
                                             FIELD LEVEL MAINTENANCE MANUALS, REPAIR PARTS &
                                             SPECIAL TOOL LISTS, & DEPOT MAINTENANCE WORK
                                             REQUESTS; CONTRACT ENGINEERING & LOG TECH REPS
                                             (CETS/LETS).
V***                SS                       SPECIAL VISIBILITY PROGRAMS

         VALT       SS   2002   OPEN         ARMY LOGISTICS INNOVATION
                                             SUPPORTS THE MISSION AND FUNCTIONS OF THE LOGISTICS
                                             INNOVATION AGENCY (LIA), THE FIELD OPERATING AGENCY OF
                                             THE G-4, AS DESCRIBED IN AR 10-25. FUNDS INNOVATIVE
                                             LOGISTICS PROJECTS WHICH DEMONSTRATE, ASSESS AND
                                             TRANSITION SOLUTIONS TO ADDRESS LOGISTICS GAPS. THESE
                                             SOLUTIONS ARE FOCUSED ON IMPROVING OPERATIONAL AND
                                             TACTICAL LOGISTICS CAPABILITIES. ADDITIONALLY, FUNDS
                                             LOGISTICS ASSESSMENTS, BUSINESS CASE AND COST-BENEFIT
                                             ANALYSES OF "AS-IS" AND PROPOSED "TO-BE" LOGISTICS
                                             PROCESS IMPROVEMENTS, AND THE DELIVERY OF NET-
                                             CENTRIC, SEAMLESS AND INTEGRATED DECISION SUPPORT
                                             CAPABILITIES THAT PROVIDE THE ABILITY TO RAPIDLY ACT ON
                                             LOGISTICS DOMAIN KNOWLEDGE. THE OUTCOME OF SUCH
                                             EFFORTS IS THE TIMELY TRANSITION OF PROVEN
                                             TECHNOLOGIES AND PROCESSES, SUPPORTED BY COST
                                             BENEFIT ANALYSES, THAT HAVE PROVEN THEIR VALUE TO THE
                                             LOGISTICS ENTERPRISE.
         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)
                                             LOGISTICS CIVIL AUGMENTATION PROGRAM (LOGCAP) IS A
                                             PROGRAM IN THE UNITED STATES ARMY TO PLAN FOR AND
                                             EXECUTE CONTRACTED SUPPORT SERVICES IN CONJUNCTION
                                             WITH THE ARMY FIELD SUPPORT BRIGADE AND CONTRACT
                                             SUPPORT BRIGADE FOR DEPLOYED FORCES PERFORMING
                                             MISSIONS DIRECTED OR SUPPORTED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF
                                             DEFENSE DURING GLOBAL CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS.
                                             LOGCAP PROVIDES FULL-SPECTRUM LOGISTICS AND BASE
                                             SUPPORT SERVICES THROUGH THE USE OF CONTRACTS AND
                                             IS A MAJOR SUBSET OF OPERATIONAL CONTRACT SUPPORT
                                             (OCS) AS PRESCRIBED IN ARMY REGULATION 715-9. BASE
                                             PROGRAM OBJECTIVES ARE TO: (1) PROVIDE LOGCAP-SPECIFIC
                                             TRAINING, EDUCATION, AND EXERCISE SUPPORT AS A SUBSET
                                             OF OCS; (2) INTEGRATE LOGCAP SERVICES INTO OPERATION
                                             PLANS AND OPERATIONS ORDERS; (3) COORDINATE
                                             CONTRACTED LOGISTICS AND BASE SERVICES IN SUPPORT OF
                                             GLOBAL CONTINGENCIES TO INCLUDE MOBILIZATION, WHEN
                                             REQUESTED; AND (4) CONDUCT OVERALL PROGRAM
                                             MANAGEMENT AND OVERSIGHT.
         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

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                                             THE ARMY FOOD MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (AFMIS).
         VWPF       SS   1991   OPEN         ODCS G-4 LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT SUPPORT
                                             FUNDS LOGISTICS PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SUPPORT
                                             FUNCTIONS FOR LOGISTICS FORCE DEVELOPMENT AND
                                             SUSTAINMENT. PROVIDES RESOURCES TO SEAMLESSLY
                                             IMPLEMENT THE G-4S READINESS REVIEW AND RESET
                                             ANALYSIS STRATEGY AND INTEGRATE POLICY IN SUPPORT OF
                                             THE CSA'S TRANSFORMATION. PROVIDES RESOURCES FOR
                                             RESEARCH, ANALYTICAL, PROCESS IMPROVEMENT, AND
                                             PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SUPPORT FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF
                                             THE ARMY CAMPAIGN PLAN. RESOURCES 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 LOGISTICS EXERCISES AND WARGAMES
                                             DESIGNED TO RESOLVE JOINT LOGISTICS ISSUES BY
                                             IDENTIFYING NEW TECHNOLOGIES, DOCTRINE CHANGES, AND
                                             POM SUBMISSIONS. PROVIDES RESOURCES TO PARTICIPATE IN
                                             MULTINATIONAL ACTIVITIES AND PROVIDES FUNDING TO
                                             MANAGE, PUBLISH AND DISTRIBUTE THE ARMY SUSTAINMENT
                                             PUBLICATION. FUNDS SUSTAINABLE, GLOBAL MORTUARY
                                             AFFAIRS SUPPORT ACROSS THE FULL SPECTRUM OF
                                             OPERATIONS.
         VWR1       SS   1994   OPEN         ARMY PREPOSITIONED STOCKS (APS-1/CONUS)
                                             VWR1 FUNDS OPERATIONS AND SUPPORT COSTS FOR ARMY
                                             PREPOSITIONED STOCKS (APS) MATERIEL STORED IN THE
                                             CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES (CONUS) TO SUPPORT BOTH
                                             CONUS AND OCONUS MISSION REQUIREMENTS AS WELL THE
                                             MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL OF APS OPERATIONS
                                             WORLDWIDE.
         VWR2       SS   1993   OPEN         ARMY PREPOSITIONED STOCKS (APS-2/EUROPE)
                                             VWR2 FUNDS OPERATIONS AND SUPPORT COSTS FOR APS-2
                                             MATERIEL STORED IN EUROPE, AS WELL AS SUPPORT TO WAR
                                             RESERVE STOCKS FOR ALLIES-ISRAEL.
         VWR3       SS   1994   OPEN         ARMY PREPOSITIONED STOCKS (APS-3/AFLOAT)
                                             APS-3 PROVIDES COMBAT AND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND
                                             SUSTAINMENTS STOCKS DISTRIBUTED GLOBALLY, APS-3
                                             CONSTRUCT WILL CONSIST OF COMBAT ARMY STRATEGIC
                                             FLOTILLA (ASF) INFANTRY BRIGADE COMBAT TEAMS (IBCT) AND
                                             ASF SUPPORT PACKAGES INCLUDING SUSTAINMENT BRIGADES,
                                             CS-CSS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT, MUNITIONS, AND GENERAL
                                             CARGO SUSTAINMENT WITH FORWARD SURGICAL TEAMS AND
                                             HOSPITALS. APS-3 PROVIDES THE CAPABILITY TO SUPPORT
                                             AND SUSTAIN THE FULL RANGE OF MILITARY OPERATIONS FOR
                                             EARLY ARRIVING EXPEDITIONARY UNITS.
         VWR4       SS   1993   OPEN         ARMY PREPOSITIONED STOCKS (APS-4/KOREA/JAPAN/HAWAII
                                             VWR4 FUNDS OPERATIONS AND SUPPORT COSTS FOR APS-4
                                             MATERIEL STORED IN KOREA, JAPAN/OKINAWA AND HAWAII IN
                                             SUPPORT OF CONTINGENCY REQUIREMENTS IN THE PACIFIC
                                             REGION.
         VWR5       SS   2000   OPEN         ARMY PREPOSITONED STOCKS (APS-5/SWA)
                                             VVWR5 FUNDS OPERATIONS AND SUPPORT COSTS FOR APS-5
                                             MATERIEL STORED IN SOUTHWEST ASIA IN SUPPORT OF U.S.
                                             CENTRAL COMMAND CONTINGENCY REQUIREMENTS.
         VWSI       SS   2000   OPEN         WAR RESERVE SECONDARY ITEMS
                                             ARMY WAR RESERVE SECONDARY ITEMS (WRSI) 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. MDEP

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                                             VWSI REPRESENTS REQUIREMENTS FOR SUPPLY CLASSES I
                                             (RATIONS), II (CLOTHING AND TEXTILES), III(P) (OIL AND
                                             LUBRICANTS), IV (CONSTRUCTION AND BARRIER MATERIEL), VIII
                                             (MEDICAL SUPPLIES) AND IX (REPAIR PARTS AND MAJOR
                                             ASSEMBLIES) TO SUPPORT CONTINGENCY AND WARTIME
                                             OPERATIONS. WRSI INCLUDES AUTHORIZED STOCKAGE LIST
                                             (ASL), PRESCRIBED LOAD LIST (PLL), AND UNIT BASIC LOAD
                                             (UBL) TO SUPPORT HEAVY BRIGADE COMBAT TEAMS AND
                                             SUSTAINMENT BRIGADES ASHORE AND AFLOAT. ALSO
                                             PROVIDES CLASS VIII ASL FOR CORPS AND ECHELONS ABOVE
                                             CORPS COMBAT SUPPORT HOSPITALS, MINIMAL CARE
                                             DETACHMENTS AND FORWARD SURGICAL TEAMS IN THE
                                             STRATEGIC APS LOCATIONS ASHORE AND AFLOAT. ALSO
                                             INCLUDED ARE SECONDARY ITEMS FOR OPERATIONAL
                                             PROJECT STOCKS AND SUSTAINMENT STOCKS.
         XCAP       SS   1997   2011         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.
                                             (THIS MDEP IS FOR PROGRAMMING AND BUDGETING
                                             PURPOSES AND IS NOT TO BE USED BY ACCOUNTING.)

         ZSFM       SS   1999   2007         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 ZZFM (REIMB GS COMPONENT RPR)
                                             SINGLE STOCK FUND WEDGE FOR MACOM DIFFERENCE FROM
                                             POM01-05 SCHEDULE 8 INPUT OF RESOURCES FOR MDEP
                                             ZMFM. BASED ON HQDA ANALYSIS OF AMC REQUIREMENTS.

         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

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                                             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).




                                            TT TRAINING

AM**                TT                       MAINTENANCE ACTIVITIES

        AMAS        TT   1990   OPEN         FIXED WING LIFE CYCLE CONTRACT SUPPORT
                                             PROVIDES MAINTENANCE SUPPORT SERVICES FOR 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, C23 AND
                                             EO-5 AIRCRAFT. IT DOES NOT INCLUDE THE MAINTENANCE OF
                                             MISSION EQUIPMENT FOR THE SPECIAL ELECTRONIC MISSION
                                             EQUIPMENT (SEMA) AIRCRAFT. SPECIFICALLY, AMAS PROVIDES
                                             FOR ROUTINE MAINTENANCE; BASE OPS SUPPORT (CONTRACT
                                             TERM FOR SITE LABOR); SUPPLIES & SERVICES; CONTRACT
                                             DEPOT LABOR; PROGRAMMATIC & TECHNICAL SUPPORT; HOT
                                             SECTION & AIRCRAFT CONDITION INSPECTIONS; PAINTING;
                                             LANDING GEAR, PROPELLER & ENGINE OVERHAULS; OVER AND
                                             ABOVE (UN-FORECASTED) MAINTENANCE; AND, PARTS &
                                             MATERIALS TO ENSURE THAT THE AIRCRAFT ARE SAFE AND
                                             MISSION CAPABLE. IT ALSO INCLUDES PROGRAM MANAGEMENT
                                             SUPPORT TO MANAGE CLS CONTRACTS.

AR**                TT                       US ARMY RESERVE (USAR)


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        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         ARMY GEOSPATIAL SUPPORT
                                             PROVIDES ARMY-SPECIFIC GEOSPATIAL INFORMATION
                                             PRODUCTS AND SERVICES FOR TOPOGRAPHIC ANALYSES,
                                             DIGITAL MAPPING, AND CRISIS RESPONSE NOT PRODUCED BY
                                             THE NATIONAL GEOSPATIAL-INTELLIGENCE AGENCY (NGA) OR
                                             OTHER AGENCIES. SUPPORTS THE ARMY GEOSPATIAL
                                             ENTERPRISE MISSION TO PROVIDE A COMMON OPERATIONAL
                                             PICTURE OF THE ENVIRONMENT SHARABLE BY ALL
                                             GEOSPATIAL USERS. PROVIDES GEOSPATIAL INFORMATION
                                             AND SERVICES THAT ARE BEYOND THE INTRINSIC CAPABILITIES
                                             OF ARMY FIELD UNITS AND COMMANDERS. PROVIDES
                                             GEOSPATIAL ENGINEERING SUPPORT FOR TRAINING, MISSION
                                             PLANNING/REHEARSAL, AND OPERATIONS . PROVIDES:
                                             STRATEGIC, TACTICAL, AND HIGH RESOLUTION TERRAIN
                                             ANALYSIS, TERRAIN BATTLEFIELD VISUALIZATION, URBAN
                                             TERRAIN PRODUCTS, COMMERCIAL IMAGERY ACQUISITION AND
                                             ANALYSIS, WATER DETECTION/WELL DRILLING SUPPORT,
                                             HYDROLOGIC ANALYSES, TECHNICAL GEOSPATIAL SUPPORT,
                                             AND EMERGENCY/IMMEDIATE RESPONSE TO CONUS AND
                                             OCONUS ARMY REQUESTS SYNCHRONIZED WITH EXISTING
                                             OPTEMPO. SUPPORTS ARMY FIELD GEOSPATIAL
                                             REQUIREMENTS FROM THEATER THROUGH
                                             BRIGADE/BATTALION LEVELS.
FA**                TT                       FIELD OPERATING AGENCIES

        FAJC        TT   2002   OPEN         JAG CORPS LEADER DEVELOPMENT
                                             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.

        FAJM        TT   2002   OPEN         JAG CORPS MOS 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.

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        FAWC        TT   1991   OPEN         US ARMY WAR COLLEGE
                                             RESOURCES THE U.S. ARMY WAR COLLEGE’S CORE MISSIONS
                                             OF EDUCATION, STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS, 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; ARMY HERITAGE AND
                                             EDUCATION CENTER AND THE TOTAL ARMY PHYSICAL FITNESS
                                             RESEARCH INSTITUTE (APFRI).
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 AND IMPROVES ARMY INTELLIGENCE READINESS
                                             THROUGH OPERATIONAL TRAINING WHICH SUSTAINS HIGHLY
                                             PERISHABLE TECHNICAL AND LOW DENSITY INTELLIGENCE
                                             SKILLS. SUPPORTS INDIVIDUAL AND COLLECTIVE TRAINING
                                             WHILE ACHIEVING MISSION READINESS BY FACILITATING
                                             UNIT/FUNCTIONAL PARTNERSHIPS, SUSTAINING HOME STATION
                                             OPERATIONAL TRAINING AND EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES
                                             TRAINING, PROVIDING WORLD-WIDE, LIVE ENVIRONMENT
                                             TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES, SOLE SOURCE MASINT AND IMINT
                                             SUSTAINMENT TRAINING, SUPPORTING RESERVE COMPONENT
                                             INTEGRATION EFFORTS, AND ENABLING REACH-BACK MULTI-
                                             SECURITY LEVEL NETWORK CONNECTIVITY FROM FORWARD
                                             AREAS TO CONSOLIDATED INTELLIGENCE TRAINING FACILITIES
                                             AND EQUIPMENT.
        GPIS        TT   2002   OPEN         INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT TO OPERATIONS
                                             PROVIDES CRITICAL INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT TO TACTICAL
                                             LEVEL AND ARMY COMPONENT COMMANDERS BY ENABLING
                                             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 SUPPORT INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS
                                             PRODUCTION ACTIVITIES.

HS**                TT                       HEALTH SERVICES/MEDICAL ACTIVITIES

        HSDP        TT   1991   OPEN         USAR MEDICAL REGIONAL TRAINING SITES
                                             PROVIDES FOR MEDICAL REGIONAL TRAINING SITES (RTS) THAT
                                             SUPPORT SPECIALIZED MEDICAL TRAINING TO ARMY AND
                                             OTHER DOD PERSONNEL IN ADDITION TO AREA BIOMEDICAL
                                             MAINTENANCE SUPPORT TO THE RESERVE COMPONENTS.
                                             INCLUDES COLLECTIVE TRAINING OF MEDICAL UNITS IN A CTC-
                                             LIKE ENVIRONMENT AS WELL AS INDIVIDUAL TRAINING BOTH
                                             ON SITE AND VIA MOBILE TRAINING TEAMS. RTS-MED PROVIDES
                                             A PLATFORM FOR OVER 50 DIFFERENT COURSES, TO INCLUDE:

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                                             MEDICAL MOS/AOC SUSTAINMENT TRAINING AND ASSOCIATED
                                             CERTIFICATIONS, COMBAT CASUALTY CARE, ADVANCED
                                             TRAUMA LIFE SUPPORT (ATLS), AND MEDICAL
                                             COMMUNICATIONS FOR COMBAT CASUALTY CARE (MC4).
J***                TT                       JOINT/DOD ACTIVITIES

        JATT        TT   2006   OPEN         LIVE-VIRTUAL-CONSTRUCTIVE INTEGRATED TNG ENVIRON
                                             RESOURCES THE SYSTEM ENGINEERING DESIGN, STANDARDS,
                                             PROTOCOLS, DEVELOPMENT, ACQUISITION, AND
                                             CERTIFICATION OF THE INTEGRATING COMPONENTS
                                             ARCHITECTURES AND CAPABILITIES FOR THE ARMY'S FUTURE
                                             LIVE, VIRTUAL, CONSTRUCTIVE, INTEGRATED TRAINING
                                             ENVIRONMENT (LVC-ITE). IT FUNDS THE ACQUISITION AND
                                             FIELDING OF EQUIPMENT TO DELIVER INTEGRATING
                                             COMPONENTS, STANDARDS AND PROTOCOLS, INCLUDING LIFE
                                             CYCLE MANAGEMENT. SUPPORTS ARMY AND JOINT LEADER
                                             AND BATTLE STAFF TRAINING AND UNIT EXERCISES IN THE
                                             CONTEMPORARY AND JOINT OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENT.
                                             LVC-ITE IS COMPRISED OF AN INSTALLATION'S TRAINING
                                             NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE AND INTEGRATING
                                             ARCHITECTURE. THIS FOUNDATIONAL STRUCTURE AND
                                             FRAMEWORK GOVERNS THE RELATIONSHIPS, PRINCIPLES,
                                             GUIDELINES, STANDARDS AND PROTOCOLS FOR
                                             INTEROPERABILITY OF LVC COMPONENTS AND WITH C2
                                             SYSTEMS. THE LVC-ITE SUPPORTS THE INTEROPERABILITY OF
                                             TRAINING AND TESTING COMMUNITIES AND THE ARMY'S
                                             BRIGADE COMBAT TEAM MODERNIZATION PROGRAM.

        JDHB        TT   1995   OPEN         DEVELOPING COUNTRY'S COMBINED EXERCISE PROGRAM
                                             DIRECTLY SUPPORTS THE NATIONAL SECURITY STRATEGY AND
                                             NATIONAL MILITARY STRATEGY BY PAYING THE INCREMENTAL
                                             EXPENSES OF MULTIPLE, DEVELOPING COUNTRIES’
                                             PARTICIPATION IN BILATERAL AND/OR MULTILATERAL MILITARY
                                             EXERCISES. THESE EXERCISES DIRECTLY SUPPORT THE
                                             THEATER SECURITY COOPERATION PLANS (TSCP) OF CDR
                                             USAFRICOM, CDR USEUCOM, AND CDR USSOUTHCOM.
        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
                                             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
        MSEC        TT   1994   OPEN         ARMY BIOMETRICS PROGRAM
                                             SUPPORTS BOTH DOD AND ARMY RESPONSIBILITIES FOR
                                             BIOMETRICS MANAGEMENT. AS THE DOD BIOMETRIC
                                             EXECUTIVE MANAGER THE BIOMETRICS IDENTITY
                                             MANAGEMENT AGENCY SUPPORTS STANDARDIZATION,
                                             GOVERNANCE AND OVERSIGHT OF CURRENT AND FUTURE
                                             UTILIZATION AND EXPLOITATION OF BIOMETRIC INFORMATION
                                             AND TECHNOLOGIES SUPPORTING IDENTITY MANAGEMENT

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                                             AND DOMINANCE. THE EXECUTIVE MANAGER PROVIDES
                                             DIRECTION AND OVERSIGHT OF ARMY BIOMETRIC ENABLED
                                             APPLICATIONS. THE PROJECT MANAGEMENT OFFICE FOR DOD
                                             BIOMETRICS IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT,
                                             ACQUISITION, AND FIELDING OF THE U.S. ARMY BIOMETRIC
                                             SYSTEMS AND DOD COMMON BIOMETRICS ENTERPRISE
                                             SYSTEM. THE NEXT GENERATION AUTOMATED BIOMETRIC
                                             IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM (NG-ABIS) IS A COMPREHENSIVE,
                                             MULTI-MODEL, MULTI-DOMAIN BIOMETRIC STORAGE, SHARING
                                             AND MATCHING CAPABILITY FOR BIOMETRIC INFORMATION
                                             ENABLING DOD AND ARMY TO EXPLOIT BIOMETRIC
                                             TECHNOLOGIES AND IDENTIFY NEW BIOMETRIC APPLICATIONS
                                             ACROSS THE FULL SPECTRUM OF OPERATIONS. THE
                                             BIOMETRIC ENABLING CAPABILITY (BEC) DESIGNATED AN
                                             ACQUISITION CATEGORY (ACAT) 1 – SPECIAL INTEREST (NON-
                                             MAJOR DEFENSE ACQUISITION PROGRAM (MDAP) IS THE
                                             FOLLOW ON TO NG-ABISA.

        MS4D        TT   1989   2011         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.

NG**                                         NATIONAL GUARD ACTIVITIES
        NGFB        TT   1991   OPEN         OSACOM ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT
                                             PROVIDES THE RESOURCING REQUIRED FOR DEPARTMENT OF
                                             THE ARMY CIVILIANS TO SUPPORT THE EXECUTION OF THE
                                             DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY’S OPERATIONAL SUPPORT AIRLIFT
                                             AGENCY’S (OSAA) WORLDWIDE OPERATIONAL SUPPORT
                                             AIRLIFT MISSIONS. THE PROGRAM PROVIDES COMPETENT,
                                             ADAPTIVE AND TRAINED ARMY CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES THAT
                                             SUPPORT THE OSAA MISSION AND REQUIREMENTS. THE ARMY
                                             CIVILIAN CORPS PROVIDES MISSION-ESSENTIAL CAPABILITY,
                                             STABILITY AND CONTINUITY DURING WAR AND PEACE WHILE
                                             INCREASING READINESS. CIVILIANS COMPRISE MUCH OF THE
                                             OSAA SUSTAINING BASE AND PERFORM COMPLEX FUNCTIONS
                                             IN CRITICAL FIELDS SUCH AS INFORMATION MANAGEMENT,
                                             CONTRACTING, RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, AND LOGISTICS.
        NGP2        TT   1991   OPEN         NATIONAL GUARD GROUND OPTEMPO
                                             PROVIDES DIRECT AND INDIRECT OPTEMPO FOR ARMY
                                             NATIONAL GUARD SURFACE EQUIPMENT. DIRECT OPTEMPO
                                             INCLUDES PETROLEUM, OIL, LUBRICANTS (POL), REPAIR PARTS,
                                             AND DEPOT LEVEL REPAIRABLES (DLR). INDIRECT OPTEMPO
                                             INCLUDES CLASS 2 ADMINISTRATIVE AND HOUSEKEEPING
                                             SUPPLIES, STOCK FUNDED SECONDARY ITEMS,
                                             ORGANIZATIONAL CLOTHING AND EQUIPMENT, CLASS 4

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                                             MATERIALS DIRECTLY USED IN UNIT TRAINING, CTA ITEMS FOR
                                             MTOE UNITS, DURABLE EXPENDABLES, TOOLS (SKO) AND
                                             CONSUMABLES FOR SOLDIER SUPPORT AND TRAINING, CLASS
                                             8 MEDICAL SUPPLIES, NBC SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT,
                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES DIRECTLY SUPPORTING FIELD
                                             TRAINING, AND IDT TRAVEL TO INCLUDE COMMAND
                                             INSPECTION, STAFF TRAVEL, AND COST OF COMMERCIAL
                                             TRANSPORTATION FOR SOLDIER MOVEMENT IN THOSE CASES
                                             WHERE ORGANIZATIONAL TRANSPORTATION IS NOT AVAILABLE
                                             OR PRACTICAL.

T***                TT                       TRAINING

TA**                TT                       ACTIVE FORCE

        TADT        TT   1991   OPEN         THE ARMY DISTANT LEARNING PROGRAM
                                             RESOURCES THE ARMY DISTRIBUTED LEARNING PROGRAM
                                             (TADLP), WHICH INCLUDES COURSEWARE DEVELOPMENT;
                                             ARMY E-LEARNING; THE ARMY LEARNING MANAGEMENT
                                             SYSTEM; AND THE FIELDING, OPERATION, AND MAINTENANCE
                                             OF DIGITAL TRAINING FACILITIES (DTF), DEPLOYED DIGITAL
                                             TRAINING CAMPUSES (DDTC), ARMY CLASSROOM XXI (SCHOOL
                                             MODERNIZATION), AND ARMY NATIONAL GUARD DL
                                             CLASSROOMS. THE APPLICATION OF DISTRIBUTED LEARNING
                                             METHODS AND TECHNOLOGIES SUPPORTS THE DOD INTENT TO
                                             DELIVER “LEARNER CENTRIC” QUALITY TRAINING WHEN AND
                                             WHERE REQUIRED, INCREASING AND SUSTAINING READINESS
                                             THROUGHOUT THE FORCE, ACTIVE AND RESERVE.
        TADV        TT   1991   OPEN         TRAINING DEVELOPMENT
                                             RESOURCES THE ARMY'S DEVELOPMENT OF DOCTRINE
                                             (SERVICE, JOINT, AND ALLIED JOINT), TRAINING, TRAINING
                                             PRODUCTS, AND MATERIALS THAT SUPPORT THE
                                             INSTITUTIONAL AND OPERATIONAL ARMY TRAINING AND
                                             WARFIGHTING FUNCTIONS. PROVIDES FOR THE ANALYSIS,
                                             DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT, MANAGEMENT STANDARDIZATION OF
                                             PROCESSES AND PRACTICES, INTEGRATION, AND OPERATIONS
                                             OF ARMY TRAINING AND DOCTRINE INFORMATION SYSTEMS
                                             AND TRANSFORMATION OF THE TRAINING AND DOCTRINE
                                             DEVELOPMENT PROCESSES. PROVIDES EXTERNAL
                                             EVALUATION THROUGH ACCREDITATION OF ARMY TRAINING
                                             INSTITUTIONS AS WELL AS CENTER/SCHOOL INTERNAL AND
                                             EXTERNAL EVALUATIONS TO ASSESS CURRENCY, RELEVANCY,
                                             AND EFFECTIVENESS OF EDUCATION/TRAINING
        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. SUPPORTS AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE, REFUEL,
                                             AERIAL GUNNERY RANGE, FIXED WING AND ROTARY WING
                                             FLIGHT INSTRUCTION CONTRACTS, AND PROVIDES FOR
                                             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 AND U.S. AIR FORCE.
        TAIG        TT   1991   OPEN         INSPECTOR GENERAL TRAINING
                                             PROVIDE RESOURCES TO CONDUCT A TRAINING PROGRAM
                                             FOR INSPECTORS GENERAL (IGS) CONSISTING OF COURSES
                                             FOR NEWLY ASSIGNED IGS AND IG INVESTIGATORS OF ALL
                                             SERVICES. THE ACADEMIC PROGRAM FOCUSES ON THE TASKS
                                             AN IG MUST PERFORM TO COMPLY WITH AR 20-1 AND AR 1-201.
                                             THEY ENABLE THE INSPECTOR GENERAL (TIG) TO CARRY OUT
                                             THE STATUTORY (10 USC 3014) RESPONSIBILITIES OF
                                             INSPECTIONS, INQUIRIES, AND INVESTIGATIONS THROUGHOUT
                                             THE ARMY.
        TAMC        TT   1994   2011         MARSHALL CENTER

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                                             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   2011         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 CANDIDATE SCHOOL (OCS)
                                             RESOURCES THE OPERATING COSTS FOR OFFICER CANDIDATE
                                             TRAINING AT THE OFFICER CANDIDATE SCHOOLS (OCS) AT
                                             FORT BENNING AND ALL 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. OCS IS ONE METHOD OF
                                             COMPLETING THE BASIC OFFICERS LEADERSHIP COURSE - A.
                                             (BOLC - A).
        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
                                             MILITARY TRAINING (IMT): BASIC COMBAT TRAINING (BCT), ONE
                                             STATION UNIT TRAINING (OSUT) AND ADVANCED INDIVIDUAL
                                             TRAINING (AIT), POST-COMMISSIONING BASIC OFFICER
                                             LEADERSHIP COURSE B (BOLC B), FOR BOTH OFFICERS AND
                                             WARRANT OFFICERS, AT 33 SCHOOLS ACROSS 14
                                             INSTALLATIONS.
        TATM        TT   1992   OPEN         INTEGRATED TRAINING AREA MANAGEMENT (ITAM)
                                             INCLUDES O&M FUNDS TO MAINTAIN THE OUTDOOR
                                             CLASSROOM 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.
        TAVI        TT   1991   OPEN         TRAINING SUPPORT CENTERS
                                             PROVIDES RESOURCES TO SUPPORT WORLDWIDE ARMY
                                             PUBLIC AFFAIRS AND INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS. INCLUDES
                                             ALL FUNCTIONS AND ACTIVITIES WHICH ARE PERFORMED TO
                                             SUPPORT OFFICIAL INFORMATION AND STRATEGIC
                                             COMMUNICATIONS ON BEHALF OF THE US ARMY AND THE
                                             DEVELOPMENT OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS INFORMATION STRATEGIES
                                             AND SERVICES. ALSO PROVIDES PUBLIC AFFAIRS BATTLEFIELD,
                                             DOMESTIC AND INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT IN ALL MAJOR
                                             OPERATIONS IN DIRECT SUPPORT OF WARFIGHTING
                                             COMBATANT COMMANDERS.
        TAVN        TT   1991   OPEN         UNDERGRADUATE FLIGHT TRAINING
                                             PROVIDES INITIAL MILITARY TRAINING (IMT) FOR INITIAL ENTRY

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                                             ROTARY WING (IERW) UNDERGRADUATE FLIGHT STUDENTS
                                             (OTHER THAN FOR FLYING HOURS). PROVIDES FUNDING FOR
                                             THE ROTARY WING FLIGHT INSTRUCTION, AIRCRAFT
                                             MAINTENANCE, REFUEL, AERIAL GUNNERY RANGE, ADVANCED
                                             SIMULATIONS, UNDERWATER EGRESS (DUNKER) AND SURVIVAL
                                             EVASION RESISTANCE AND ESCAPE LEVEL C (SERE-C)
                                             TRAINING CONTRACTS AND PROVIDES FOR CIVILIAN PAY.
                                             TRAINING GENERATES AVIATORS FOR THE ARMY.
        TAWE        TT   2001   2011         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)
                                             RESOURCES ARMY APPROVED, NON-SYSTEM TRAINING AIDS,
                                             DEVICES, SIMULATIONS AND SIMULATORS (TADSS) THAT TRAIN
                                             AND PREPARE SOLDIERS AND UNITS FOR COMBAT, COMBAT
                                             SUPPORT, AND COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT OPERATIONS,
                                             THROUGH SIMULATION IN A LIVE AND VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT.
                                             TADSS TRAIN SOLDIERS AND UNITS TO EFFICIENTLY AND
                                             EFFECTIVELY EMPLOY THEIR EQUIPMENT AND SKILLS TO
                                             SUPPORT EXECUTION OF COMBINED ARMS TRAINING
                                             STRATEGIES (CATS) AND INSTITUTIONAL PROGRAMS OF
                                             INSTRUCTION (POI). THIS PROGRAM PROVIDES TRAINING
                                             ENABLERS AND ASSOCIATED FACILITIES REQUIRING MILITARY
                                             CONSTRUCTION THAT COMPLIMENT AND ALLOW MEANINGFUL
                                             EXECUTION OF LIVE OPTEMPO
        TBIS        TT   1994   OPEN         LANDWARNET/BATTLE COMMAND OPERATIONS
                                             PROVIDES RELEVANT, AFFORDABLE, AND INTEROPERABLE
                                             RESOURCES FOR LANDWARNET/BATTLE COMMAND
                                             CAPABILITIES TO THE GENERATING AND OPERATING FORCES
                                             THAT ARE ALIGNED WITH THE ARFORGEN PROCESS WHILE
                                             VALIDATING, PRIORITIZING, ANALYZING AND INTEGRATING
                                             REQUIREMENTS TO PROVIDE THE CURRENT AND FUTURE
                                             ARMY, TIMELY AND DECISIVE WAR FIGHTING CAPABILITIES TO
                                             ACHIEVE THE NATIONAL MILITARY STRATEGY.
        TBWG        TT   1991   OPEN         ARMY CONSTRUCTIVE TRAINING FEDERATION
                                             RESOURCES THE SYSTEM ENGINEERING DESIGN,
                                             DEVELOPMENT, ACQUISITION, INTEGRATION AND SUSTAINMENT
                                             OF THE CURRENT AND NEXT GENERATION MISSION COMMAND
                                             TRAINING CAPABILITIES TO SUPPORT ARMY LEADER AND
                                             BATTLE STAFF TRAINING AND JOINT TRAINING. FUNDS THE
                                             ACQUISITION AND FIELDING OF EQUIPMENT WORLD-WIDE TO
                                             SUPPORT MISSION COMMAND TRAINING SUPPORT (MCTS)
                                             REQUIREMENTS, INCLUDING LIFE CYCLE REFRESH. PROVIDES
                                             A COMMON VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT THAT FACILITATES
                                             DECISIVE ACTION TRAINING IN A CONTEMPORARY
                                             OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENT. ALSO DEVELOPS AND
                                             PROCURES TACTICAL INTELLIGENCE TRAINING AND MISSION
                                             REHEARSAL SYSTEMS TO ADDRESS THE INTELLIGENCE,
                                             SURVEILLANCE, AND RECONNAISSANCE (ISR) REQUIREMENTS
                                             OF THE MANEUVER COMMANDER, COMMANDER'S BATTLE

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                                             STAFF AND INTELLIGENCE STAFF.

TC**                                         COMBINED TRAINING CENTERS

        TCAT        TT   1994   OPEN         COMBINED ARMS TACTICAL TRAINERS (CATT)
                                             RESOURCES ARMY APPROVED, NON-SYSTEM TRAINING AIDS,
                                             DEVICES, SIMULATORS AND SIMULATIONS (TADSS) USED TO
                                             TRAIN SOLDIERS. DEVELOPS AND FIELDS FIXED AND
                                             MOBILE/DEPLOYABLE COMBINED ARMS COLLECTIVE UNIT AND
                                             LEADER TRAINING CAPABILITIES FOR AC/RC AVIATION, GROUND
                                             MANEUVER AND DISMOUNTED SOLDIERS. SUPPORTS TRAINING
                                             FOR CURRENT AND FUTURE FORCES IN THE VIRTUAL AND
                                             GAMING ENVIRONMENTS. FACILITATES INTEROPERABLE
                                             PARTICIPATION WITH LIVE AND CONSTRUCTIVE TRAINING
                                             ENVIRONMENTS, COMMAND, CONTROL, COMMUNICATIONS,
                                             COMPUTERS, INTELLIGENCE, SURVEILLANCE,
                                             RECONNAISSANCE (C4ISR SYSTEMS), AND JOINT,
                                             INTERAGENCY, INTERGOVERNMENTAL, AND MULTINATIONAL
                                             (JIIM ENABLERS) THROUGH THE LVC-IA IN SUPPORT OF
                                             INTEGRATED ARMY LVC TRAINING AND JOINT NATIONAL
                                             TRAINING CENTER(JNTC )EVENTS.
        TCBC        TT   1991   OPEN         BATTLE COMMAND TRAINING PROGRAM
                                             SUPPORTS ARFORGEN REQUIREMENTS FOR BRIGADE,
                                             DIVISION, CORPS, AND ARMY COMPONENT COMMANDERS AND
                                             STAFFS BY CONDUCTING COMPUTER SIMULATION-DRIVEN
                                             EXERCISES IN A REALISTIC, STRESSFUL, JOINT AND COMBINED
                                             ARMS TRAINING ENVIRONMENT. EXERCISES CAN BE DESIGNED
                                             TO SUPPORT FULL SPECTRUM OPERATIONS IN A
                                             CONTEMPORARY OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENT THAT INCLUDES
                                             PROFESSIONAL OBSERVER CONTROLLERS WHO PROVIDE
                                             CRITICAL FEEDBACK TO THE UNIT AND LESSONS LEARNED TO
                                             THE ARMY AND THE JOINT COMMUNITY AND AN OPPOSING
                                             FORCE ABLE TO REPLICATE ANY THREAT CONDITION. THE
                                             SIMULATIONS ENABLE THE FIDELITY OF TRAINING REQUIRED
                                             TO SUPPORT ACCURATE AND DETAILED FEEDBACK OF THE
                                             SITUATIONAL CONTEXT AND LINKAGE TO JOINT, SOF, AND
                                             LOGISTIC ARCHITECTURES, ULTIMATELY DEVELOPING SKILLED
                                             SOLDIERS, LEADERS AND UNITS WITH A JOINT EXPEDITIONARY
                                             MINDSET. TRAINING CAPABILITY OUTPUT IS TO PRODUCE
                                             TRAINED AND COMBAT READY UNITS AND ADAPTIVE AND
                                             COMPETENT LEADERS.
        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.

        TCIV        TT   2010   OPEN         CIVILIAN TRAINING
                                             RESOURCES THE OPERATING COSTS AND MANPOWER
                                             REQUIREMENTS ASSOCIATED WITH PARTICIPATION IN
                                             FUNCTIONALLY DESIGNED TRAINING AND LEADER
                                             DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS IN UNIVERSITIES/COLLEGES,
                                             TRAINING WITH INDUSTRY AND/OR STRATEGICALLY PLANNED
                                             CAREER ENHANCING ASSIGNMENTS THAT HAVE BEEN
                                             DOCUMENTED IN THE RESPECTIVE DEVELOPMENTAL PLANS.
                                             PROGRAM AREAS INCLUDED IN THIS MDEP ARE THE SENIOR
                                             EXECUTIVE SERVICE (SES) TRAINING PROGRAM, ARMY CIVILIAN
                                             UNIVERSITY (ACU), CIVILIAN EDUCATION SYSTEM (CES), SENIOR
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                                             ADVANCED CIVIL SCHOOLS- BROADENING AND ARNG 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         CTC MODERNIZATION
                                             PROVIDES MODERNIZATION AND LIFE CYCLE TECHNOLOGY
                                             REFRESHMENT OF THE MANEUVER COMBAT TRAINING
                                             CENTERS (MCTCS)-- NATIONAL TRAINING CENTER, JOINT
                                             READINESS TRAINING CENTER, JOINT MULTI-NATIONAL
                                             READINESS CENTER, AND EXPORTABLE TRAINING CAPABILITY
                                             (ETC) IN SUPPORT OF ARMY TRANSFORMATION.
                                             MODERNIZATION INCLUDES: OPPOSING FORCES (OPFOR),
                                             INSTRUMENTATION, TRAINING AIDS, DEVICES, SIMULATORS,
                                             AND SIMULATIONS (ITADSS), AND FACILITIES TO PROVIDE A
                                             REALISTIC TRAINING ENVIRONMENT FOR ARMY BRIGADE
                                             COMBAT TEAMS IN FORCE-ON-FORCE AND LIVE FIRE
                                             SCENARIOS. ENSURES CTCS REMAIN RELEVANT BY PROVIDING
                                             JOINT CONTEXT TO THE OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENT.
                                             PROVIDES THE DOCTRINALLY BASED FEEDBACK FACILITATING
                                             LEADER AND UNIT TRAINING DICTATED IN THE ARFORGEN
                                             TRAINING CYCLE. RESULTANT TRAINING CAPABILITY OUTPUT
                                             PRODUCES TRAINED AND READY COMBAT UNITS, LEADERS,
                                             AND SOLDIERS PREPARED FOR DECISIVE ACTION OPERATIONS
                                             IN A CONTEMPORARY OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENT (COE)
                                             AGAINST A HYBRID THREAT (WIDE AREA SECURITY / COMBINED
                                             ARMS MANEUVER).
        TCSC        TT   1991   OPEN         MISSION TRAINING COMPLEXES
                                             RESOURCES MISSION COMMAND TRAINING FOR THE MISSION
                                             TRAINING COMPLEXES (MTC) AND TRADOC BATTLE SIMULATION
                                             CENTERS (BSC) BY PROVIDING PERSONNEL AND DAY-TO-DAY
                                             TRAINING OPERATIONS CAPABILITIES IN SUPPORT OF ARMY
                                             TRAINING STRATEGIES. ADDITIONALLY, RESOURCES MISSION
                                             COMMAND CAPABILITIES DEVELOPMENT AND INTEGRATION
                                             EFFORTS OF THE NATIONAL SIMULATION CENTER (NSC),
                                             INCLUDING SUPPORT TO GAMING AND LVC INTEGRATION.
                                             MISSION TRAINING COMPLEX (MTC): PROVIDES COMMANDERS
                                             AND STAFFS THE CAPABILITY TO SUSTAIN SOLDIER INDIVIDUAL
                                             SYSTEM SKILLS, UNIT MISSION COMMAND COLLECTIVE
                                             TRAINING, WARFIGHTING FUNCTIONAL COMPETENCIES AND
                                             DELTA TRAINING IN SUPPORT OF DECISIVE ACTION USING LIVE-
                                             VIRTUAL-CONSTRUCTIVE-GAMING ENABLERS AS OUTLINED IN
                                             THE COMBINED ARMS TRAINING STRATEGY. BSC: PROVIDES
                                             TRADOC COES AND SCHOOLS WITH THE CAPABILITY TO TRAIN
                                             AND EDUCATE SOLDIERS WITHIN COMPLEX OPERATIONAL
                                             ENVIRONMENT (OE) SCENARIOS TO ACQUIRE MISSION
                                             COMMAND SKILLS, TO INCLUDE SIM/STIM OPERATORS TO TURN
                                             ON AND OPERATE THE CONSTRUCTIVE SIMULATION SYSTEMS
                                             PROVIDED. NSC: RESOURCES CAPABILITY DEVELOPMENT TO
                                             DETERMINE AND DOCUMENT REQUIREMENTS (INCLUDING LVC
                                             INTEGRATED TRAINING CAPABILITY). VALIDATES AND
                                             ACCREDITS MATERIEL SOLUTIONS TO PROVIDE
                                             SIMULATION/STIMULATION TOOLS IN SUPPORT OF
                                             INSTITUTIONAL AND OPERATIONAL TRAINING.
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                                             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.


TD**                TT                       JOINT/DEFENSE
        TDDU        TT   1991   2011         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
                                             EXECUTES FOREIGN LANGUAGE TRAINING AND EDUCATIONAL
                                             PROGRAMS TO MEET TOTAL SERVICE REQUIREMENTS. DLI-
                                             MONTEREY TEACHES OVER 23 LANGUAGES AND DIALECTS; DLI-
                                             WASHINGTON TEACHES OVER 85 LANGUAGES AND DIALECTS.
                                             THIS PROGRAM ALSO PROVIDES FOR UNIT MAINTENANCE AND
                                             ENHANCEMENT TRAINING. PROVIDES A WIDE-RANGING
                                             LINGUISTIC CAPABILITY TO THE TOTAL FORCE. SUPPORTS
                                             OPERATIONAL NEEDS THROUGH RESIDENT TRAINING,
                                             LANGUAGE TRAINING DETACHMENTS, MOBILE TRAINING TEAMS,
                                             VIDEO TELECONFERENCE TRAINING, LANGUAGE SURVIVAL
                                             KITS, IMMERSION OPPORTUNITIES, CONTRACT, AND ON-LINE
                                             TRAINING.

TF**                TT                       OTHER SERVICES

        TFAO        TT   1997   OPEN         STRATEGIC LEADERSHIP TRAINING
                                             PRODUCES QUALIFIED AND CAPABLE FOREIGN AREA
                                             OFFICERS, STRATEGISTS AND SPECIALLY EDUCATED LEADERS
                                             WHO PROVIDE GUIDANCE AND ADVICE ON INTERNATIONAL
                                             SECURITY COOPERATION, COALITION OPERATIONS, BUILDING
                                             PARTNER CAPACITY, INTEROPERABILITY, AND POLICY
                                             PLANNING TO SENIOR LEADERS. PROVIDES SOUND, INFORMED
                                             POLITICAL/MILITARY ANALYSIS TO GUIDE POLICY FORMULATION
                                             AND DECISION MAKERS; AND, PROVIDES OPPORTUNITIES TO
                                             ENHANCE SENIOR LEADERSHIP QUALITIES IN THE ARMY
                                             THROUGH BROADENING IN CIVILIAN EDUCATION.
        TFNC        TT   1997   OPEN         SPECIAL SKILLS TRAINING
                                             RESOURCES THE OPERATING COSTS TO SUPPORT THE ARMY
                                             SCHOOLS SYSTEM (TASS) AND OTHER NON-TRADOC TRAINING
                                             INSTITUTIONS FOR SPECIAL SKILLS AND REFRESHER
                                             PROFICIENCY TRAINING. INCLUDED IN SPECIAL SKILLS IS SOME
                                             HIGH-RISK TRAINING (I.E. AIRBORNE, RANGER). RESOURCES
                                             THE OPERATING COSTS FOR THE JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF (JCS)
                                             PROGRAM TO CONDUCT JOINT INTEROPERABILITY TRAINING
                                             AND OPERATIONAL SUPPORT TO THE COMPONENT SERVICES.
                                             THIS MDEP 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

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                                             PROVIDE RESOURCES TO IMPLEMENT THE FEDERALLY
                                             LEGISLATED TRAINING REQUIREMENTS AND DIRECTED
                                             TRAINING SUPPORT TO INCLUDE MOST ELEMENTS OF THE
                                             ARMY NATIONAL GUARD COMBAT READINESS REFORM ACT OF
                                             1992, LATER AMENDED TO GENERALLY INCLUDE THE USAR;
                                             AND PROGRAM FOR ACTIVE COMPONENT SUPPORT OF
                                             RESERVES. THE PROGRAM PROVIDES DIRECTED ACTIVE
                                             COMPONENT (AC) ADVISERS AND OTHER RESOURCES TO
                                             ACHIEVE THE CONGRESSIONAL MANDATE TO REDUCE POST-
                                             MOBILIZATION TRAINING TIME OF RESERVE COMPONENT (RC)
                                             UNITS THROUGH REQUIRED, DEDICATED, MISSION-FOCUSED
                                             (DEPLOYMENT EXPEDITIONARY FORCE) TRAINING SUPPORT
                                             AND READINESS AT THE INDIVIDUAL, COLLECTIVE, AND BATTLE
                                             STAFF LEVELS.
        TRIT        TT   1991   OPEN         RESERVE COMPONENT INITIAL SKILLS TRAINING ATTENDANCE
                                             RESOURCES RESERVE COMPONENT (RC) STUDENT BASE PAY,
                                             ALLOWANCES, TRAVEL, AND PER DIEM TO ATTEND INITIAL
                                             SKILLS ACQUISITION TRAINING COURSES (LESS BCT/AIT, OSUT,
                                             & INITIAL LANGUAGE TRAINING COURSES INCLUDED IN TATC
                                             AND TDLP). TRAINING CATEGORIES INCLUDE MOSQ
                                             RECLASSIFICATION; OFFICER (EXCEPT USAR MANDAYS
                                             COORDINATED WITH MM PEG FOR OBC) AND WARRANT
                                             OFFICER CANDIDATE AND BASIC OFFICER LEADERSHIP
                                             COURSES II AND III, PHYSICIAN’S ASSISTANT COURSES; MOST
                                             AVIATION CATEGORIES AND THOSE FUNCTIONAL COURSES
                                             WHICH PRODUCE ADDITIONAL SKILL IDENTIFIERS (ASIS)/SKILL
                                             QUALIFICATION IDENTIFIERS (SQIS) TO INCLUDE LANGUAGE
                                             RECLASSIFICATION TRAINING.
        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
                                             PROVIDES OPERATING COSTS TO SUPPORT THE ONE ARMY
                                             SCHOOLS SYSTEM (OASS) FOR MOS QUALIFICATION
                                             RECLASSIFICATION, TO INCLUDE THE MISSION OF AUGMENTING
                                             TRADOC INITIAL ENTRY TRAINING AND ROTC INSTRUCTOR
                                             SUPPORT. INCLUDES PAY AND ALLOWANCES, TRAVEL, AND PER
                                             DIEM FOR ADDITIONAL RC INSTRUCTORS AND SUPPORT
                                             PERSONNEL FOR THE SCHOOLS AND INSTITUTIONS
                                             SUPPORTING THE ARPRINT.
        TROE        TT   1991   2011         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   2011         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

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                                             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.

        TRPD        TT   1992   OPEN         RESEVE COMPONENT PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT TRAINING
                                             RESOURCES RESERVE COMPONENT (RC) SOLDIER
                                             ATTENDANCE AT OFFICER EDUCATION SYSTEM (OES), NON-
                                             COMMISSIONED OFFICER EDUCATION SYSTEM (NCOES), AND
                                             NON-ASI/SQI PRODUCING FUNCTIONAL COURSES TO DEVELOP
                                             AND MAINTAIN REQUISITE SKILL PROFICIENCY.

TS**                TT                       SUPPORT

        TSAM        TT   1991   OPEN         TRAINING SUPPORT SYSTEMS (TSS) MANAGEMENT
                                             PROVIDES TRAINING SUPPORT MANAGEMENT BELOW
                                             HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY (HQDA) LEVEL IN
                                             THE FOLLOWING AREAS: (1) CONSOLIDATED MANAGEMENT OF
                                             THE ACQUISITION EXECUTIVE OFFICE SIMULATION, TRAINING,
                                             AND INSTRUMENTATION (PEO STRI) HEADQUARTERS,
                                             ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF THE ARMY FOR ACQUISITION,
                                             LOGISTICS AND TECHNOLOGY; INCLUDES DA CIVILIAN
                                             SALARIES, TRAVEL, SUPPORT IAW JOINT ARMY/NAVY INTER-
                                             SERVICE SUPPORT AGREEMENT (ISSA) FOR COMMAND
                                             OPERATIONS AND SUPPORT OF SIX PMS AND A LOGISTICS
                                             DIRECTORATE: (2) PROVIDES TRAINING SUPPORT SYSTEM (TSS)
                                             REQUIREMENTS MANAGEMENT, INTEGRATION AND ANALYSIS;
                                             PROVIDES TRADOC INTEGRATION OF THE SOLDIER TRAINING
                                             SUPPORT PROGRAM; PROVIDES ACCOUNTABILITY AND
                                             MANAGEMENT OF FIELDED TRAINING AIDS, DEVICES,
                                             SIMULATORS AND SIMULATIONS (TADSS ) THROUGH ARMY
                                             TRAINING SUPPORT CENTER (ATSC); INCLUDES DEPARTMENT
                                             OF ARMY CIVILIAN SALARIES, TRAVEL AND SUPPORT COSTS; (3)
                                             MANAGEMENT OF OVERSEAS TRAINING SERVICES AND
                                             SUPPORT THROUGH USAREUR AND USARPAC.
        TSGT        TT   2002   OPEN         NCO PROFFESSIONAL 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 CORE OPERATING COSTS FOR THE U.S. ARMY
                                             SERGEANTS MAJOR ACADEMY (SMA), WHICH IS THE ARMY'S
                                             SENIOR NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER (NCO) PROFESSIONAL
                                             DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTION, AND TRADOC LEAD FOR THE
                                             NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER EDUCATION SYSTEM (NCOES).
                                             PROVIDES RESOURCES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF NCOES
                                             COURSES AND EXECUTION OF THE SERGEANTS MAJOR
                                             COURSE (SMC), BOTH RESIDENT AND NONRESIDENT.
                                             RESOURCES THE NCO JOURNAL. IMPLEMENTS JOINT-ENLISTED
                                             PROFESSIONAL MILITARY EDUCATION (JEPME) AND FOREIGN
                                             CULTURAL AWARENESS.
        TSPU        TT   1991   OPEN         TRAINING SUPPORT TO UNITS
                                             PROVIDES RESOURCES FOR THE OPERATION OF THE U.S.
                                             ARMY TRAINING SUPPORT CENTER THAT PRODUCES GRAPHIC
                                             TRAINING AIDS AND ARMY-WIDE DOCTRINE AND TRAINING
                                             LITERATURE PROGRAM (ADTLP) (FIELD MANUALS, ARTEPS,
                                             STPS, TCS, GTAS, AND CGSC NON-RESIDENT COURSE
                                             MATERIALS) AND OTHER ARMY-WIDE TRAINING SUPPORT
                                             PRODUCTS AND SERVICES FOR UNIT/COLLECTIVE TRAINING,
                                             INSTITUTIONAL TRAINING AND SELF-DEVELOPMENT. PROVIDES

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                                             SUPPORT FOR ALL PROPONENT TRAINING SUPPORT SYSTEMS
                                             AND ENSURES CURRENT, RELEVANT TRAINING AND
                                             PROFESSIONAL MILITARY EDUCATION MEETING SOLDIER,
                                             LEADER AND UNIT COMPETENCY NEEDS THROUGHOUT THE
                                             ARMY.
        TSSO        TT   1991   OPEN         SOUTHCOM, USARSO, JTF-B
                                             SUPPORTS OPERATIONAL COSTS OF THE ARMY PRESENCE IN
                                             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 COSTS OF JOINT TASK
                                             FORCE BRAVO.
        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
                                             Provides funds for essential operations to educate, train, and inspire the
                                             Corps of Cadets so that each graduate is a commissioned leader of
                                             character committed to the values Duty, Honor, Country and prepared
                                             for a career of professional excellence and service to the nation as an
                                             officer in the United States Army . Operations include: candidate
                                             admissions; academic, military, and physical cadet leader development;
                                             Office of the Superintendent and his staff; functional staff operations
                                             such as Information Technology (IT) strategic and capital planning; the
                                             Army’s Office for Economic and 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
                                             Provides resources to provide an alternative avenue for enlisted
                                             personnel, minorities, women, and student athletes to gain admission to
                                             the USMA. Resources the operating costs for the United States Military
                                             Academy (USMA) Preparatory School, which provides focused
                                             academic, military and physical instruction in a moral-ethical military

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V***                                         SPECIAL VISIBILITY PROGRAMS


        VAQN        TT   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.

        VAWG        TT   2006   OPEN         ASYMMETRIC WARFARE GROUP

        VBGM        TT   2006   OPEN         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 RESOURCES FOR A 13-MEMBER ARMY CIVIC ACTION
                                             TEAM (CAT) TO DEPLOY TO THE REPUBLIC OF PALAU (ROP) AS
                                             DIRECTED BY PL 99-658 AND USPACOM INSTRUCTION 0613.5.
                                             THESE DEPLOYMENTS SUPPORT U.S. STRATEGIC AND
                                             POLITICAL OBJECTIVES BY PROVIDING TECHNICAL TRAINING IN
                                             CONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUES TO LOCAL RESIDENTS AND
                                             IMPROVING PALAU’S BASIC INFRASTRUCTURE.
        VCNA        TT   1991   OPEN         ARMY COUNTERDRUG FLYING HOUR PROGRAM
                                             PROVIDES FUNDS TO SUPPORT THE FLYING HOUR COSTS FOR
                                             ACTIVE AND RESERVE COMPONENT SUPPORT TO COUNTER-
                                             DRUG OPERATIONS. FUNDS POL AND REPAIR PARTS FOR
                                             AIRCRAFT WITHOUT CONTRACTOR LOGISTICS SUPPORT (CLS)
                                             CONTRACTS, POL ONLY FOR AIRCRAFT WITH CLS CONTRACTS.
                                             EXCLUDES PERSONNEL COSTS, AND DOES NOT FUND ANY
                                             AVIATION GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT. THIS MDEP WILL NOT
                                             BE USED FOR FUNDS RELEASED THROUGH THE
                                             COUNTERNARCOTICS CENTRAL TRANSFER FUND ACCOUNT.
        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.


        VFHM        TT   1994   OPEN         AVIATION CONTRACT SERVICES
                                             PROVIDES FOR AVIATION CONTRACT LOGISTIC MAINTENANCE
                                             SUPPORT FOR AIRCRAFT.
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        VFHP        TT   1991   OPEN         FLYING HOUR PROGRAM
                                             FLYING HOUR PROGRAM FOR ROTARY AND FIXED WING
                                             AIRCRAFT IN MTOE AND TDA UNITS. FUNDS POL AND REPAIR
                                             PARTS FOR AIRCRAFT WITHOUT CONTRACTOR LOGISTICS
                                             SUPPORT (CLS) CONTRACTS, POL ONLY FOR AIRCRAFT WITH
                                             CLS CONTRACTS. EXCLUDES PERSONNEL COSTS, AND DOES
                                             NOT FUND ANY AVIATION GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT. .
        VFRE        TT   2000   2013         OPERATION 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
                                             ASSOCIATED WITH MDEPS VTER AND QLPR FOR SECURITY
                                             MEASURES TO PROTECT PERSONNEL AND FACILITIES FROM
                                             ACTS OF TERRORISM.

        VFRP        TT   2003   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   2013         HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE AND DISASTERS RELIEF
                                             TRACKS COSTS INCURRED IN SUPPORT OF DOMESTIC AND
                                             INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE AND DISASTER
                                             RELIEF OPERATIONS TO INCLUDE HURRICANES, FLOODS,
                                             EARTHQUAKES, WILD FIRES, AND OTHER EMERGING
                                             CONTINGENCIES.
        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         CHAIRMAN JOINT CHIEF OF STAFF (CJCS) 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).

        VKUT        TT   2012   OPEN         OPERATIONS IN KUWAIT (POST OPERATION NEW DAWN)
                                             PROVIDES FOR OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE TO SUPPORT
                                             KEY ACTIVITIES ESSENTIAL TO THE OPERATIONAL READINESS
                                             OF FORWARD DEPLOYED LAND FORCES. INCLUDES OPERATION
                                             OF BASE CAMPS AND ASSOCIATED FACILITIES TO SUPPORT

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                                             DEPLOYED FORCES. PROVIDES FUNDING TO SUPPORT UNIT
                                             LEVEL MAINTENANCE OF DEPLOYED EQUIPMENT,
                                             OPERATIONAL FUEL AND REQUIRED CONTRACT SERVICES.
                                             PROVIDES INCREMENTAL FUNDING TO SUPPORT FORWARD
                                             DEPLOYED NON-ORGANIC COMMUNICATIONS, INTELLIGENCE
                                             AND TRANSPORTATION COSTS. PROVIDES FOR A FORCE
                                             PROTECTION PROGRAM THAT PROTECTS PERSONNEL,
                                             FACILITIES, AND CRITICAL ASSETS.

        VLDR        TT   1993   OPEN         LEADER DEVELOPMENT & TRAINING AMMO MANAGEMENT
                                             DEVELOP CSA LEADER TRAINING PROGRAM, SUSTAINS
                                             TRAINING ESSENTIAL MUNITIONS MANAGEMENT AND ADDS
                                             OPERATIONAL MUNITIONS MANAGEMENT TO THE NEWLY
                                             CREATED ARMY MUNITIONS MANAGEMENT OFFICE. THE
                                             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
                                             MUNITIONS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM HELPS ACHIEVE A FULLY
                                             TRAINED AND READY FORCE BY MANAGING ARMY WEAPONS
                                             TRAINING PROGRAMS AND MUNITIONS RESOURCES.
        VLWA        TT   1996   OPEN         INFORMATION OPERATIONS
                                             SUPPORTS INTEGRATION OF INFORMATION OPERATIONS (IO)
                                             FOR ARMY'S SUPPORT TO FULL SPECTRUM OPERATIONS.
                                             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
                                             THEIR INFORMATION AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS; AFFECTING
                                             ADVERSARY INFORMATION AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS.
                                             PROVIDES WARFIGHTERS WITH IO PLANNING, FIELD SUPPORT,
                                             AND A DELIBERATE IO PLANNING AND EXECUTION CAPABILITY
                                             TO BUILD PARTNER NATION MILITARY CAPACITY AND TO
                                             CONDUCT AND INTEGRATE IO ACROSS THE FULL SPECTRUM OF
                                             MILITARY OPERATIONS.

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

        VOPR        TT   1997   OPEN         LAND FORCES READINESS
                                             RESOURCES ARMY LEARNING CENTERS FOR SUPPORT TO
                                             MTOE UNITS, ARMY PERSONNEL TESTING/CONTRACTED
                                             TESTING AND STUDENT TRAVEL.
        VOTS        TT   2008   OPEN         OEF-TS
                                             USEUCOM, IN CONCERT WITH COALITION PARTNERS AND
                                             OTHER UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT AGENCIES AND OFFICES,
                                             ASSIST DEVELOPING THE COOPERATIVE TIES BETWEEN
                                             STATES AS WELL AS TRAINING AND EQUIPPING THE ARMED
                                             FORCES OF THE SAHEL IN ORDER TO DENY TERRORISTS A
                                             SAFE HAVEN AND ULTIMATELY DEFEAT REGIONAL TERRORIST
                                             ACTIVITIES. USSOUTHCOM DEFENDS THE U.S. HOMELAND (IN
                                             DEPTH) BY CONDUCTING OPERATIONAL PREPARATION OF THE
                                             ENVIRONMENT AND ADVISING, ASSISTING AND ASSESSING
                                             PARTNER NATIONS’ COUNTER TERRORISM (CT) FORCES IN
                                             ORDER TO ISOLATE, DISRUPT AND INTERDICT TERRORISTS
                                             THREATS. IN ADDITION, EXECUTES USSOUTHCOM PERSONNEL
                                             RECOVERY PROGRAM THAT MITIGATES THE RISK TO U.S.
                                             PERSONNEL SHOULD THEY BECOME ISOLATED, MISSING OR
                                             DETAINED THROUGHOUT THE USSOUTHCOM AOR.

        VREO        TT   2008   OPEN         RAPID EQUIPPING FORCE (REF) OPERATIONS
                                             RESOURCES THE RAPID EQUIPPING FORCE (REF). SUPPORTS
                                             DAY-TO-DAY OPERATIONS SUPPORT AND CIVILIAN PAY.
                                             PROVIDES RESOURCES ASSOCIATED WITH OPERATION AND
                                             MAINTENANCE OF ALL REF ORGANIZATIONAL EQUIPMENT AND

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                                             FACILITIES; PURCHASING EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES;
                                             PRODUCTION OF AUDIOVISUAL INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS
                                             AND TRAINING AIDS; 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   2023         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
                                             STANDARDIZATION PROGRAM.


        VSAT        TT   2012   OPEN         COMMERCIAL SATELLITE AIR TIME
                                             SUPPORTS A CENTRALIZED PROGRAM FOR THE MANAGEMENT
                                             OF COMMERCIAL SATELLITE (COMSAT) AIRTIME ACROSS THE
                                             ARMY. PROGRAM INCLUDES SUPPORT FOR ALL ARMY
                                             PROGRAMS AND CONSOLIDATES COMSAT REQUIREMENTS TO
                                             SUPPORT DA VALIDATED MISSIONS. PROGRAM OBJECTIVE IS
                                             THE CENTRALIZED MANAGEMENT FOR THE PROCUREMENT AND
                                             EXECUTION OF ALL COMSAT CONTRACTS. DOES NOT INCLUDE
                                             SUPPORT FOR CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS OR NEW EQUIPMENT
                                             THAT HAS NOT REACHED MATERIAL RELEASE IN THE FIELDING
                                             PROCESS.
        VSCW        TT   1991   OPEN         TRAINING RANGE OPERATIONS
                                             FUNDS RANGE OPERATIONS TO INCLUDE CIVILIAN PAY FOR
                                             RANGE DIVISIONS IN THE AC AND USAR. FUNDS DAY-TO-DAY
                                             RANGE OPERATIONS EXPENSES TO INCLUDE CONSUMABLE
                                             SUPPLIES ON RANGES (E.G. TARGET MATERIALS), LOCAL
                                             RANGE OPERATIONS, TARGET/INSTRUMENTATION
                                             MAINTENANCE CONTRACTS, OPERATIONAL UNEXPLODED
                                             ORDINANCE (UXO) CLEARANCE, MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES,
                                             AND PERSONNEL TRAINING AND TRAVEL. FUNDS SUPPORT TO

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                                              ARMY RANGE PROGRAMS PROVIDED BY THE EXECUTIVE
                                              AGENT AND AGENCIES MANAGING ARMY-WIDE RANGE
                                              PROGRAM PROJECTS AND INITIATIVES. INCLUDES SUPPORT TO
                                              RANGE MANAGEMENT.
        VSRM        TT   2005   OPEN          SUSTAINABLE RANGE MODERNIZATION
                                              FUNDS RANGE MODERNIZATION TO INCLUDE MILCON LEVEL
                                              PROJECTS, DEVELOPMENT, ACQUISITION AND FIELDING OF
                                              RANGE TARGETRY, INSTRUMENTATION AND OTHER
                                              TECHNOLOGY TO PROPERLY COVER RANGE
                                              INSTRUMENTATION POST-DEPLOYMENT SOFTWARE SUPPORT
                                              (PDSS). INCLUDES FUNDS FOR SUPPORT OF ADA UNIT STRAC
                                              QUALIFICATION. FUNDS RANGE MODERNIZATION PROJECTS
                                              AND UNEXPLODED ORDINANCE (UXO) CLEARANCE AND
                                              NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY (NEPA) FOR RANGE
                                              PROJECTS.

        VTFE        TT   2008   OPEN          JOINT TASK FORCE (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.

        VTPA        TT   1991   2003   TSSO   PANAMA CANAL TREATY (ARMY)
                                              RESOURCES IMPLEMENTATION (ARMY) AND COMPLIANCE WITH
                                              THE 1979 PANAMA CANAL TREATY. REQUIREMENTS ARE BASED
                                              ON THE PANAMA CANAL TREATY IMPLEMENTATION PLAN (PC
                                              TIP)AND INCLUDE INCREMENTAL REQUIREMENTS FOR
                                              RELOCATION OF U.S. FORCES OUT OF PANAMA, TURNOVER OF
                                              INSTALLATIONS TO PANAMA, CONSOLIDATION OF U.S. FORCES
                                              ONTO FEWER, MORE SECURE INSTALLATIONS IN PANAMA, AND
                                              OTHER PC TIP CONSIDERATIONS. INCLUDES REQUIREMENTS
                                              FOR USARSO, ARMY TENANTS, USSOUTHCOM AND TIP
                                              EXECUTIVE AGENT.

        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          OPS IN FYROM
                                              PROGRAM DIRECTLY SUPPORTS DAYTON PEACE ACCORDS
                                              AND EUCOM COMMANDERS’ MISSIONS IN THE BALKANS.
                                              DIRECTLY SUPPORTS INTERNATIONAL TREATIES, DEPARTMENT
                                              OF STATE MISSIONS, AND NATIONAL POLICES. PROGRAM
                                              CAPTURES INCREMENTAL COST OF OPERATIONS IN BOSNIA

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                                             AND KOSOVO (OPERATION JOINT GUARDIAN). SUPPORTS
                                             TRAINING MAN-DAYS FOR US SUPPORT TO NATO HQS
                                             SARAJEVO (BOSNIA) AND KFOR ROTATIONS, FOUR MONTH PRE-
                                             DEPLOYMENT AND TWO MONTH REDEPLOYMENT.

W***                TT                       MTOE ORGANIZATIONS

        WADC        TT   2012   OPEN         AIR DEFENSE ARTILLERY BRIGADES/COMMANDS
                                             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.
        WASC        TT   2002   OPEN         9TH ARMY SIGNAL COMMAND
                                             PROVIDE ARMY GLOBAL NETWORK ENTERPRISE, COMPUTER
                                             NETWORK DEFENSE, INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SERVICES,
                                             AND CRITICAL OPERATIONAL SIGNAL SUPPORT TO COMBATANT
                                             COMMANDERS AND ARMY SERVICE COMPONENT
                                             COMMANDERS IN ALL THEATERS.
        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)
                                             SUPPORTS ARFORGEN AND USAREUR REQUIREMENTS BY
                                             CONDUCTING FIXED SITE ROTATIONS AND EXPORTABLE
                                             TRAINING CAPABILITY EVENTS THAT ENABLE REALISTIC,
                                             STRESSFUL, JOINT AND COMBINED ARMS TRAINING FOR ARMY
                                             MODULAR BRIGADE COMBAT TEAMS (HEAVY, LIGHT, AND SBCT)
                                             IN A LIVE TRAINING ENVIRONMENT. EXERCISES CAN BE
                                             DESIGNED TO SUPPORT FULL SPECTRUM OPERATIONS IN A
                                             CONTEMPORARY OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENT THAT INCLUDE:
                                             PROFESSIONAL OBSERVER CONTROLLERS WHO PROVIDE
                                             CRITICAL FEEDBACK TO THE UNIT AND LESSONS LEARNED TO
                                             THE ARMY AND THE JOINT COMMUNITY; AN OPPOSING FORCE
                                             ABLE TO REPLICATE ANY THREAT CONDITION;
                                             INSTRUMENTATION AND TARGET ENGAGEMENT SIMULATIONS
                                             THAT ENABLE THE FIDELITY OF TRAINING AND SUPPORT
                                             ACCURATE AND DETAILED FEEDBACK OF THE SITUATIONAL
                                             CONTEXT AND LINKAGE TO JOINT ARCHITECTURES; AND
                                             FACILITIES THAT REPLICATE THE CONDITIONS AND COMPLEX
                                             TERRAIN UNITS ARE LIKELY TO FACE. ALSO INCLUDED ARE SOF
                                             OPERATIONS THAT ARE INTEGRATED THROUGHOUT THE
                                             ROTATION AS WELL AS REALISTIC CSS PLAY TO STRESS THE
                                             LOGISTICS STRUCTURE. TRAINING SCENARIOS EXERCISE
                                             BRIGADE ELEMENTS IN FORCE–ON–FORCE AND LIVE FIRE

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                                             EXERCISES, DEVELOPING SKILLED SOLDIERS, LEADERS AND
                                             UNITS WITH A JOINT EXPEDITIONARY MINDSET. TRAINING
                                             CAPABILITY OUTPUT IS TO PRODUCE TRAINED AND COMBAT
                                             READY UNITS AND ADAPTIVE AND COMPETENT LEADERS.
        WCDE        TT   1999   OPEN         CHEMICAL DEFENSE EQUIPMENT FOR MODIFIED TABLES OF
                                             EQUIPMENT (MTOE) UNITS
                                             PROVIDES FUNDING FOR CHEMICAL DEFENSE EQUIPMENT FOR
                                             MTOE UNITS.

        WCID        TT   2012   OPEN         MILITARY POLICE UNITS IN CIDC
                                             RESOURCES OPERATING COSTS OF THE ARMY CRIMINAL
                                             INVESTIGATION COMMAND’S MTOE UNITS 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. PROVIDES FOR SOLDIERS SUPPORT COSTS,
                                             CIVILIAN PAY, CONTRACTS, OPERATIONAL COSTS, AND TDY
                                             ATTRIBUTABLE TO THE CID CMD OPERATIONS IN GENERAL.
                                             RESOURCES READINESS AND CERTIFICATION TRAINING FOR
                                             SPECIAL AGENTS IN THESE UNITS.
        WCJT        TT   1997   OPEN         JOINT READINESS TRAINING CENTER (OPTEMPO)
                                             SUPPORTS ARFORGEN REQUIREMENTS BY CONDUCTING FIXED
                                             SITE ROTATIONS AND EXPORTABLE TRAINING CAPABILITY
                                             EVENTS THAT ENABLE REALISTIC, STRESSFUL, JOINT AND
                                             COMBINED ARMS TRAINING FOR ARMY MODULAR BRIGADE
                                             COMBAT TEAMS (HEAVY, LIGHT, AND SBCT) IN A LIVE TRAINING
                                             ENVIRONMENT. EXERCISES CAN BE DESIGNED TO SUPPORT
                                             FULL SPECTRUM OPERATIONS IN A CONTEMPORARY
                                             OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENT THAT INCLUDE: PROFESSIONAL
                                             OBSERVER CONTROLLERS WHO PROVIDE CRITICAL FEEDBACK
                                             TO THE UNIT AND LESSONS LEARNED TO THE ARMY AND THE
                                             JOINT COMMUNITY; AN OPPOSING FORCE ABLE TO REPLICATE
                                             ANY THREAT CONDITION; INSTRUMENTATION AND TARGET
                                             ENGAGEMENT SIMULATIONS THAT ENABLE THE FIDELITY OF
                                             TRAINING AND SUPPORT ACCURATE AND DETAILED FEEDBACK
                                             OF THE SITUATIONAL CONTEXT AND LINKAGE TO JOINT
                                             ARCHITECTURES; AND FACILITIES THAT REPLICATE THE
                                             CONDITIONS AND COMPLEX TERRAIN UNITS ARE LIKELY TO
                                             FACE. ALSO INCLUDED ARE SOF OPERATIONS THAT ARE
                                             INTEGRATED THROUGHOUT THE ROTATION AS WELL AS
                                             REALISTIC CSS PLAY TO STRESS THE LOGISTICS STRUCTURE.
                                             TRAINING SCENARIOS EXERCISE BRIGADE ELEMENTS IN
                                             FORCE–ON–FORCE AND LIVE FIRE EXERCISES, DEVELOPING
                                             SKILLED SOLDIERS, LEADERS AND UNITS WITH A JOINT
                                             EXPEDITIONARY MINDSET. TRAINING CAPABILITY OUTPUT IS TO
                                             PRODUCE TRAINED AND COMBAT READY UNITS AND ADAPTIVE
                                             AND COMPETENT LEADERS.
        WCLS        TT   1997   OPEN         TADSS CONTRACTOR LOGISCTIS SUPPORT (CLS)
                                             PROVIDES LIFE-CYCLE CONTRACTOR SUPPORT (LCCS) FOR
                                             THE OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE OF ARMY FIELDED
                                             SYSTEM AND NON-SYSTEM TRAINING AIDS, DEVICES,
                                             SIMULATORS AND SIMULATIONS (TADSS) TO MAINTAIN
                                             TRAINING READINESS OF UNITS, SUPPORT TRAINING AT
                                             SCHOOLS, AND SUPPORT OF CTC EXERCISES. INCLUDES
                                             PERSONNEL COSTS TO MANAGE CONTRACTS AND COSTS FOR
                                             SCHEDULED MOVES OF MOBILE TADSS TO SUPPORT TRAINING
                                             STRATEGIES. DOES NOT INCLUDE SUPPORT TO MODERNIZE
                                             EXISTING TADSS (BOTH HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE) OR
                                             PROCUREMENT OF ADDITIONAL TADSS. SUPPORT FOR
                                             CONCURRENCY AND MODERNIZATION IS PROGRAMMED IN THE
                                             VARIOUS SYSTEM/NON-SYSTEM MDEPS.
        WCNT        TT   1997   OPEN         NATIONAL TRIANING CENTER (NTC) (OPTEMPO)
                                             SUPPORTS ARFORGEN REQUIREMENTS BY CONDUCTING FIXED
                                             SITE ROTATIONS AND EXPORTABLE TRAINING CAPABILITY

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                                             EVENTS THAT ENABLE REALISTIC, STRESSFUL, JOINT AND
                                             COMBINED ARMS TRAINING FOR ARMY MODULAR BRIGADE
                                             COMBAT TEAMS (HEAVY, LIGHT, AND SBCT) IN A LIVE TRAINING
                                             ENVIRONMENT. EXERCISES CAN BE DESIGNED TO SUPPORT
                                             FULL SPECTRUM OPERATIONS IN A CONTEMPORARY
                                             OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENT THAT INCLUDE: PROFESSIONAL
                                             OBSERVER CONTROLLERS WHO PROVIDE CRITICAL FEEDBACK
                                             TO THE UNIT AND LESSONS LEARNED TO THE ARMY AND THE
                                             JOINT COMMUNITY; AN OPPOSING FORCE ABLE TO REPLICATE
                                             ANY THREAT CONDITION; INSTRUMENTATION AND TARGET
                                             ENGAGEMENT SIMULATIONS THAT ENABLE THE FIDELITY OF
                                             TRAINING AND SUPPORT ACCURATE AND DETAILED FEEDBACK
                                             OF THE SITUATIONAL CONTEXT AND LINKAGE TO JOINT
                                             ARCHITECTURES; AND FACILITIES THAT REPLICATE THE
                                             CONDITIONS AND COMPLEX TERRAIN UNITS ARE LIKELY TO
                                             FACE. ALSO INCLUDED ARE SOF OPERATIONS THAT ARE
                                             INTEGRATED THROUGHOUT THE ROTATION AS WELL AS
                                             REALISTIC CSS PLAY TO STRESS THE LOGISTICS STRUCTURE.
                                             TRAINING SCENARIOS EXERCISE BRIGADE ELEMENTS IN
                                             FORCE–ON–FORCE AND LIVE FIRE EXERCISES, DEVELOPING
                                             SKILLED SOLDIERS, LEADERS AND UNITS WITH A JOINT
                                             EXPEDITIONARY MINDSET. TRAINING CAPABILITY OUTPUT IS TO
                                             PRODUCE TRAINED AND COMBAT READY UNITS AND ADAPTIVE
                                             AND COMPETENT LEADERS.
        WCTC        TT   2005   OPEN         COMBAT TRAINING CENTER (CTC) SUPPORT ACTIVITIES
                                             PROVIDES FOR COMBAT TRAINING CENTER (CTC) PROGRAM
                                             MANAGEMENT AND SUPPORT ACTIVITIES CRITICAL TO THE
                                             EXECUTION OF THE PROGRAM IN SUPPORT OF ARFORGEN,
                                             ENABLING THE FIDELITY, REALISM, AND RIGOR OF THE
                                             TRAINING, AND THE CAPTURING AND DISSEMINATION OF
                                             CRITICAL LESSONS LEARNED FOR THE ARMY AND JOINT
                                             COMMUNITIES. 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 G2,
                                             AND HQDA G3 TRAINING.
        WDAC        TT   2004   OPEN         1st INFORMATION OPERATIONS CMD
                                             RESOURCES THE DEEP ATTACK CENTER OF EXCELLENCE
                                             (DACE) FROM FY04 TO 07. IN FY 08 AND OUT REFLECTS
                                             SELECTED RESOURCES OF ARMY INFORMATION OPERATIONS
                                             CONDUCTED BY THE 1ST INFORMATION OPERATIONS
                                             COMMAND. PROVIDES FOR SOLDIERS SUPPORT COSTS,
                                             CIVILIAN PAY, CONTRACTS, OPERATIONAL COSTS, AND TDY
                                             ATTRIBUTABLE TO 1ST IO COMMAND AND INFORMATION
                                             OPERATIONS IN GENERAL.
        WEAD        TT   1995   OPEN         NON-DIVISIONAL MTOE 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).

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        WENG        TT   2012   OPEN         ENGINEER BRIGADES
                                             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.
        WFBD        TT   2012   OPEN         FIRES BRIGADES
                                             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.
        WGDC        TT   1993   OPEN         ARMY NATIONAL GUARD (ARNG) FORCE STRUCTURE
                                             ALL ARMY NATIONAL GUARD CADR DIVISION FORCES.

        WGMD        TT   2005   OPEN         GROUND BASE MIDCOURSE DEFENSE (GMD)
                                             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 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.

        WINT        TT   2012   OPEN         THEATER AND TACTICAL MILITARY INTELLIGENCE 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 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

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                                             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.
        WMEB        TT   2012   OPEN         MANEUVER ENHANCEMENT BRIGADES (MEB)
                                             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.
        WMPB        TT   2012   OPEN         MILITARY POLICE UNITS NOT IN CIDC
                                             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.

        WNET        TT   2010   OPEN         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.

        WSCC        TT   2012   OPEN         ARMY SERVICE COMPONENT COMMAND TACTICAL UNITS
                                             PROVIDES MILITARY AND CIVILIAN MANPOWER AND DOLLARS
                                             FOR CIVILIAN PAY AND OTHER SUPPORT COSTS (TRAVEL,

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                                             CONTRACTS, SUPPLIES AND SERVICES) FOR CIVILIAN AND
                                             MILITARY FOR ARMY SERVICE COMPONENT COMMAND (ASCC)
                                             OPERATIONAL COMMAND POSTS (OCP), SPECIAL TROOPS
                                             BATTALIONS (STB) AND OTHER TACTICAL UNITS ASSIGNED TO
                                             THE ASCC. ALSO PROVIDES FOR EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
                                             COSTS (BOTH TACTICAL AND COTS) USED DURING TRAINING
                                             AND OPERATIONS. RESOURCES SPECIAL ACTIVITIES THAT
                                             EACH ASCC IS RESPONSIBLE FOR SUCH AS MULTINATIONAL
                                             FORCES OBSERVER (MFO) OPERATIONS AND THE RESCUE
                                             COORDINATION CENTER.
        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.

        WSIG        TT   2012   OPEN         SIGNAL UNITS IN NETCOM
                                             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.
        WSUB        TT   2012   OPEN         SUSTAINMENT BRIGADES/COMMANDS
                                             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.
        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

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                                             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.
                                             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         1ST 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
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                                             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
                                             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))


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        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
                                             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

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                             MANAGEMENT DECISION PACKAGE
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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)).

        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.

        W520        TT   2012   OPEN         20TH SUPPORT COMMAND (SUPCOM)
                                             SUPPORTS THE 20TH SUPPORT COMMAND (CBRNE) WHICH
                                             INTEGRATES, COORDINATES, DEPLOYS, AND PROVIDES
                                             TRAINED AND READY CBRNE FORCES. PROVIDES FOR
                                             SOLDIERS SUPPORT COSTS, CIVILIAN PAY, CONTRACTS,
                                             OPERATIONAL COSTS, AND TDY ATTRIBUTABLE TO THE 20TH
                                             SPT CMD AND CBRNE OPERATIONS IN GENERAL.
        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.

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                             MANAGEMENT DECISION PACKAGE
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                                             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
                                             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

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                             MANAGEMENT DECISION PACKAGE
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                                             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.

        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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                             MANAGEMENT DECISION PACKAGE
SMDEP    MDEP       PEG  BGFY    TMFY  SUCC   TITLE/NARRATIVE

                                           UU UNASSIGNED



V***    V***                                 SPECIAL VISIBILITY

        V712        UU   2004   2012         PBD712 MILITARY TO CIVILIAN CONVERSIONS

                                             TO TRACK PB05 PBD712 MILITARY TO CIVILIAN CONVERSIONS
        VBRC        UU   2009   2009         BRAC COSTS IN OTHER APPROPRIATIONS
                                             CAPTURES FUNDING PROVIDED FROM OTHER
                                             APPROPRIATIONS FOR BRAC RELATED REQUIREMENTS
        VEXA        UU   2009   OPEN         ARMY EXECUTIVE AGENCY APPNS
                                             (U) ARMY BASE BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS FOR WHICH ARMY
                                             ACTS AS THE EXECUTIVE AGENT. EXAMPLES INCLUDE JOINT
                                             IMPROVISED EXPLOSIVE DEVICES DEFEAT FUND (JIEDDO) AND
                                             AFGHAN SECURITY FORCES FUND (ASFF)

        VIRQ        UU   2002   2013         OPERATION NEW DAWN
                                             Provides funds for Military Operations in support of stability operations
                                             for Iraq. Special visibility MDEP to track costs associated with
                                             "Operation Iraqi Freedom" and "Operation New Dawn" which
                                             encompass all actions required to restore stability and provide security
                                             in Iraq.

        VSCC        UU   1995   2012         WORLDWIDE CONTINGENCIES
                                             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).


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

        ZGRO        UU   2008   2011         GROWTH OF THE ARMY
                                             REFLECTS RESOURCES RELATED TO ARMY GROWTH.

        ZKEM        UU   2009   OPEN         HOLD MDEP
                                             USED AS A TEMPORARY HOLDING PLACE FOR EITHER POSITIVE
                                             OR NEGATIVE VALUES FOR LATER DISTRIBUTION DURING THE
                                             POM/BUDGET BUILD (EXTENDING DATABASE, POTENTIAL TOA
                                             CHANGES, AWAITING NEW MDEP/APE CODES, ETC.)
        ZK2C        UU   2010   2017         CIVILIAN PERSONNEL CONVERSIONS
                                             (U) FY2010 ONLY CONTRACTOR TO CIVILIAN CONVERSIONS
                                             WITH 60% REPLACEMENT RATE BASED ON OSD GUIDANCE FOR
                                             EFFICIENCIES. FY2011 AND OUT FUNDING FOR THE
                                             CONVERSION OF ALL NATIONAL SECURITY PERSONNEL
                                             SYSTEM (NSPS) PERSONNEL BACK TO THEIR PREVIOUS
                                             PERSONNEL SYSTEM CONSISTENT WITH THE DIRECTION IN THE
                                             FY 2010 NATIONAL DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION ACT. THE FY 2010
                                             NATIONAL DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION ACT MANDATES THE
                                             TERMINATION OF NSPS AND CONVERSION OF ALL PERSONNEL
                                             BACK TO THEIR PREVIOUS STATUTORY PAY SYSTEM AT NO
                                             LOSS IN PAY. ALL CONVERSIONS MUST BE EFFECTIVE BY
                                             JANUARY 2012.

        ZMOD        UU   2007   OPEN         EFFICIENCIES WEDGE
                                             PB12 EFFICIENCIES WEDGE


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                             MANAGEMENT DECISION PACKAGE
SMDEP    MDEP       PEG  BGFY    TMFY  SUCC   TITLE/NARRATIVE

        ZNET        UU   1999   2012         SPECIAL PROJECTS
                                             NARRATIVE WAS NOT PROVIDED. (THIS MDEP MAY BE USED
                                             FOR ACCOUNTING.)




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