ARMY - DA PAM 420-1-2
Army Military Construction and Nonappropriated-Funded Construction Program Development and Execution
|Publication Date:||2 April 2009|
Applicability. This pamphlet applies to the Active Army, the Army National Guard/Army National Guard of the United States, and the U.S. Army Reserve, unless otherwise stated.
General. This pamphlet prescribes Department of Defense (DOD) DD Form 1390 and DD Form 1391 (RCS DD AT&L (A) 1610) for use by installation programmers in preparing and updating these forms as required by Army regulation (AR) 420-1, chapter 4. It provides information for individuals at all levels that are involved in military construction (MILCON) programming. In addition, this pamphlet explains how to utilize the DD Form 1391 Processor System (DD Form 1391 Processor) to document requirements necessary for the submittal of programming requests for MILCON projects through the development of DD Forms 1391. It also permits installation programmers to update information used as a basis for prior year submittal of the installation prioritized construction list through updating of DD Forms 1390.
Programs. This pamphlet provides sufficient information for a beginning programmer to use as a reference to prepare and update DD Form 1391 and update DD Form 1390 for the Army MILCON program. This program consists of Military Construction, Army (MCA); Army Family Housing (AFH); Medical Military Construction (MED MILCON); Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC); Military Construction, Army Reserve (MCAR); and Military Construction, Army National Guard (MCARNG) program projects, although the latter two elements do not use the DD Form 1391 Processor for program preparation. It describes the complete project justification process and the automation capability available through the DD Form 1391 Processor, as well as essential data and reporting requirements. It is useful for all persons involved in Army construction program development and execution, from those who assist in providing data to those who make decisions using the results of the forms preparation. Procedural guidance provided in this pamphlet will also assist project programmers in preparing DD Form 1391 for Nonappropriated Funds (NAF) projects as well as other construction programs.