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Military Personnel: Army Needs a Requirement for Capturing Data and Clear Guidance on Use of Military for Civilian or Contractor Positions
Brenda S. Farrell (au)
To mitigate the effects of budget uncertainty, the Army uses borrowed military personnel to perform tasks previously performed by civilians or contractors. Under Army Regulation 570-4, this use is generally restricted to a limited time and to duties deemed military essential or filling critical requirements, and can be in or outside of a soldieräó»s military occupation. Due to the sequestration of budgetary resources in FY 2013, the Army expected an increased use of these personnel, suspended some requirements in the Army regulation, and required monthly usage reports. This report examines the extent to which the Army, during fiscal years 2013 and 2014, (1) used borrowed military personnel, and what is known about any readiness and training impacts; and (2) considered costs when making decisions for this use. Table and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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