AR 700–137

Logistics Civil Augmentation Program

This major revision, dated 28 December 2012–

o Designates the Logistics Civil Augmentation Program as a Department of the Army Regulatory Program (para 1-1 and para 3-3a).

o Establishes the U.S. Army Materiel Command as the lead agent for the overall Logistics Civil Augmentation Program administration, management, and execution (para 2-10a and para 3-3c).

o Establishes a program management office in the U.S. Army Materiel Command to manage and synchronize training, planning, execution, and oversight of Logistics Civil Augmentation Program (para 2-10b and para 3-3d).

o Requires the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to provide engineering technical expertise and construction standards under Logistics Civil Augmentation Program task orders (para 2-12d).

o Establishes roles and responsibilities for the Chief, Army Reserve and the Commander, U.S. Army Reserve Command in support of the Logistics Civil Augmentation Program Support Brigade (para 2-15 and para 2-16).

o Describes the funding for the Logistics Civil Augmentation Program base Program and Logistics Civil Augmentation Program task orders (para 3-5).

o Establishes requirement for an Annual Logistics Civil Augmentation Program Worldwide Requirements Meeting (para 4-3).

o Provides primary objectives for training and doctrine development for the Logistics Civil Augmentation Program (para 5-1).

o Provides updated instructions for initial request for use of the Logistics Civil Augmentation Program and deviation of use outside the scope of initial request (para 6-2 and app B).

o Adds requirements for establishment and certification of Logistics Civil Augmentation Program contractor-operated nonmilitary individual replacement deployment operations sites (para 6-5).

o Adds considerations for commanders to transition from or discontinue the use of Logistics Civil Augmentation Program services (para 6-8 and app C).

 

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