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ARMY - AR 670-10

Furnishing Uniforms, or Paying Uniform Allowances, to Civilian Employees

active, Most Current
Organization: ARMY
Publication Date: 9 July 2021
Status: active
Page Count: 21
scope:

Purpose

This regulation establishes standards and guidelines for furnishing uniforms or paying uniform allowances under Title IV, Public Law 83 - 763, as amended, 5 USC 5901 - 5903 (The Federal Employees Uniform Allowance Act) to Department of the Army (DA) Civilian employees. The policy prescribed by this regulation applies to all Army Civilian employees, including non-U.S. civilian employees and local national employees, within the United States and outside the United States, who are to be furnished a uniform-or monetary allowance in lieu thereof-under the authority of the act. It does not apply to furnished, special clothing, or to uniforms under other legal authority.

Document History

AR 670-10
July 9, 2021
Furnishing Uniforms, or Paying Uniform Allowances, to Civilian Employees
Purpose This regulation establishes standards and guidelines for furnishing uniforms or paying uniform allowances under Title IV, Public Law 83 – 763, as amended, 5 USC 5901 – 5903 (The Federal...
July 1, 1980
FURNISHING UNIFORMS OR PAYING UNIFORM ALLOWANCES TO CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES (REPRINT INCLUDES CHANGES 1 THROUGH 7)
This regulation is applicable to all direct-hire civilian employees of the Department of the Army; including noncitizens, whom are to be furnished a uniform or monetary allowance in lieu thereof...
July 22, 1969
FURNISHING UNIFORMS OR PAYING UNIFORM ALLOWANCES TO CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES (REPRINT INCLUDES CHANGES 1 THROUGH 7)
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