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Documents Flashcards Grammar checker. It includes information previously contained in ARs,and It establishes the Force Management Bulletin Board as the official medium for publishing technical and other non-policy information previously contained in the superseded regulations. Proponent and exception authority. The proponent for this regulation is the DepH i s t o r y. The proponent has the authority p r e v i ously containe d in s ix s e p a r a te A R s.
No content has been changed. This regulation consolidates and his or her supervision in the rank of colonel or the civilian equivalent. Army management control process.
Contents This regulation contains management control provisions forsocm does not identify key management controls that must be evaluated. References, page 50 B. MARC criterion determination and application, page 54 D. Equipment Procedures, page 69 F.
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Equipment Usage Standards, page 78 G. Equipment Usage Management, forcsom 80 H. CTA Procedures, page 82 I. Approval authority for document changes, page 84 K.
Mobilization Documentation GuidanceEquipment, page 91 N. Documentation timelines, page 16 Table 6—1: Selected honor guards, page 30 Table 6—2: Special ceremonial units, page 30 Table 6—3: List of CTAs and proponents, page 33 Table 6—4: Type of equipment and the Army functional proponent, page 33 Table 8—1: Unit authorization levels, page 40 Table B—1: Command Assignment codes, page 53 Table C—1: Class of supplies, page 60 Table D—2: Tonnage distribution, page 61 Table D—3: Forklift truck operation, page 61 Table D—4: Guidance for determining forklift truck requirements, page 61 Table F—1: Construction and engineering equipment operational dayspage 78 Table F—2: Calibration standards operational dayspage 79 Table F—3: Support equipment operational dayspage 79 Table F—4: Visual information equipment operational dayspage 80 Table F—6: Test, measurement, and diagnostic equipment operational dayspage 80 Table F—7: Communications equipment operational dayspage 80 Table Pa, Chemical-biological-radiological protective equipment operational dayspage 80 Table F—9: Training equipment operational dayspage 80 Table J—1: Approval authority for document changes, page 84 Table L—1: TDA unit workload, page 88 Table L—2: Assembly and manufacturing items, page 89 Table M—1: Mobilization documentation requirements, page 91 Table M—2: Contract personnel, page 91 Table M—4: Installation and activity, page 92 3110-3 List Figure 4—1: Documentation Process, page 38 Figure E—1: This regulation prescribes policies and responsibilities for the development and documentation of Army personnel and equipment requirements and authorizations and associated force management activities to include— 1 Basis-of-issue plan BOIP and qualitative and quantitative personnel requirements information QQPRI.
It describes the TOE process and provides policies by which the mission-essential personnel and equipment requirements for unit wartime mission accomplishment are determined and documented.
It provides management processes and usage standards for those types of equipment not presently managed by other DA or Department of Defense DOD publications. It provides the policies for documentation of equipment and manpower position requirements and authorizations in MTOE foracom TDA organizations.
Integration management and final approval of the authorization document remain the responsibility of Headquarters, Department of the Army HQDA. Both perspectives must include evaluation of doctrine, training, organization, strength levels, and materiel distribution.
This regulation defines the above systems and programs as they are used froscom develop, document, and approve organizational personnel and equipment requirements and their use in documenting organizations personnel and equipment authorizations. References Required and related publications and prescribed and referenced forms are listed forscpm Appendix A. Explanation of abbreviations and terms Abbreviations and special terms used in this regulation are explained in the glossary.
Responsibilities Responsibilities are located in chapter 2. Provide policies for the documentation of Army organizational and institutional requirements and authorizations through the TAADS-R as supported by the equipment usage program. Prescribe the development and use of an electronic force management bulletin board as the repository of DA-approved equipment usage guidance, manpower requirements criteria, documentation remarks and associated codes, and other technical or non-policy information previously contained in 3103 variety of Army regulations ARs.
Prescribes the preparation of detailed procedural publications to support the requirements development and documentation process and the authorization documentation process. A BOIP describes in detail a new item, its capabilities, component items of the equipment, where the item is to be used, and identifies the associated support items of equipment and personnel ASIOEP.
BOIPs include personnel changes caused by the introduction of new items into the Army inventory pak address the military occupational specialty MOS needed to operate and maintain the equipment.
BOIPs are required documents used to plan and manage the introduction of developmental and nondevelopmental items NDIs of equipment, make administrative changes, and implement notification of future changes NOFC to the 310-33 of Army regulations. BOIPs are source documents for changes to the following: BOIPs pm not authorization or distribution documents.
The specific objectives of the TOE system are to— 1 Determine and document the minimum mission-essential wartime requirements MMEWR of combat, combat support, and combat service support units. The specific objectives of the TDA system are to— 1 Determine and document the institutional Army mission essential requirements as Army power fodscom platforms required to support the national military strategy NMS.
Equipment Authorization and Usage Program a. Prescribes the documents that are used to establish requirements and authorizations for equipment to units and individuals in the Army. Prescribes policies and assigns responsibilities for the inclusion and exclusion that is separate authorization of all major end items used with adopted sets, kits, outfits, and assemblages. Prescribes an overall DA equipment usage management program and usage standards for selected types of equipment not presently managed by other DA or DoD publications.
Prescribes the policies, responsibilities, and procedures for developing, processing, and changing CTAs. Implements the DA equipment authorization policy, prescribing uniform policy as to the concept, coverage, use, review, and approval of equipment allowances and authorization documents. The objective is to provide the following: Provide each Army unit and TDA organization with an authorization document containing the HQDA approved organizational structure, personnel and equipment requirements and authorizations.
Maintain system levels necessary to control organizational structures, requirements, and authorizations of Army personnel and equipment comply with Army policy and guidance.
Maintain at HQDA, MACOM levels, and participating major subordinate commands MSCs quantitative and qualitative data on Army organizations, personnel and equipment for planning, programming, budgeting, requisitioning, distributing, reporting, and forrscom purposes. Increase efficiency and reduce turbulence through standardization and stabilization of organizations. Related procedures, processes, and information a. Force management and change have always been inseparable.
However, the pace of changes in organizational orientation, technological advances, the rapid introduction of new systems, foracom the requirement for flexibility in priorities, has created an unprecedented fluidity in force management procedures, processes, and information. Much pma the information required to conduct routine force management business was heretofore contained in ARs and did not lend itself to update and pa on a frequent and timely basis.
Additional publications may be required to provide guidelines and procedures for other facets of force management. This electronic medium will permit the rapid update and dissemination of information to all users. This information will be used in all Army force management applications including, but not limited to, requirement and authorization documentation, combat developments, materiel developments, and official Army studies.
Procedures for accessing the information on the electronic FMBB will be published separately. The bulletin board contains the following sub-directories— 1 Administration.
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It is envisioned that in the future data elements for all force management foescom systems will be standardized and contained in a common force management data element dictionary. Approve policy and provide overall supervision and management of the Equipment Usage Management Program and will accomplish the following: Have responsibility for the Equipment Survey Program AR —7 that prescribes independent, forscpm reviews of equipment requirements of TDA, TDA augmentations, and nonreadiness pa, MTOE units and ensures that these organizations 310–3 authorized and possess only the minimum amount of equipment essential to accomplish assigned missions.
Manage and enforce approved policies, plans and programs. Conduct periodic cyclic reviews of published TOE files not less than every three years to ensure they reflect current policy and doctrine and support current Army needs.
Review and evaluate all proposed TOE changes. Recommend approval to HQDA if appropriate. Provide the supporting information and analysis with DTOE packages. Maintain an auditable record of all changes to an approved TOE.
Develop, monitor, and analyze for effectiveness a BOIP tracking system in coordination with combat and materiel developers to ensure timely processing of BOIP requirements. Serve as the office of record for BOIP. Process requests for documentation of line item number LIN. Perform the following during BOIP development: Prepare all CTA manuscripts for publication. Approve all CTAs for publication.