Laundry and Dry Cleaning Operations
This rapid action revision dated 22 February 2005–
o Changes proponent from Deputy Chief of Staff, G-4 to Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management (proponent and exception authority paragraph).
o Assigns responsibilities to Headquarters, Installation Management Agency (para 1-4).
o Makes administrative and editorial changes (throughout).
This revision dated 15 March 2002–
o Establishes policy requiring major Army command (MACOM)/installation commanders to provide adequate laundry and dry-cleaning (L&DC) services to soldiers and other authorized patrons (para 1-4).
o Describes Army privatization policy for the L&DC Program (para 1-5).
o Assigns responsibility for execution of the L&DC Program to the soldier and the Biological Chemical Command (SBCCOM) (para 1-4).
o Requires commanders to establish and adjust prices to adequately recover costs for all reimbursable work including selected payroll-deduction service, individual-piece-rate service, and cash-per-bundle service (para 1-4).
o Covers operation of installation L&DC facilities (chap 4).
o Redefines category and priority of service (para 2-5).
o Defines reporting requirements (chap 8).
o Identifies laundry and dry cleaning as a chapter 137, title 10, United States Code requirement (para 2-2).
o Establishes funding guidance (para 2-6).
o Deletes all procedures and includes them in DA PAM 210-9.