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ARMY - DA PAM 220-1

Defense Readiness Reporting System–Army Procedures

active, Most Current
Organization: ARMY
Publication Date: 16 November 2011
Status: active
Page Count: 203
scope:

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. It also applies to Active Component organizations including periods when operating in an Army National Guard capacity,  and the United States Army Reserve. During mobilization and deployments, the proponent may modify the procedures explained in this publication and/or direct or authorize the responsible Army command, Army service component command,  direct reporting unit and/or the Director, Army National Guard / Chief / National Guard Bureau, when applicable, to supplement provisions contained in this pamphlet in order to accommodate exceptional or unique requirements.

Purpose

a. This Department of the Army pamphlet (DA Pam) explains and documents the basic processes and general procedures for Army unit status reporting and force registration. In conjunction with the supporting software application, the applicable User's Guide or Training Support Package, and online user reference materials, it provides the instructions and reference data necessary to carry out the policies established in AR 220-1 and supported by the DRRS-Army family of systems. Specifically, this DA Pam explains and documents the basic processes and general procedures for the following:

(1) Preparing and submitting the commanders unit status report (CUSR).

(2) Developing, reporting and updating force registration data.

(3) Accessing information and data contained in the DRRS-Army database.

(4) Classifying, downgrading, declassifying, and releasing DRRS-Army data.

(5) Determining the equipment on-hand status by component and by state or territory.

(6) Accessing and using the online reference tables containing the codes authorized for use in the DRRS-Army database.

b. While this publication explains and documents the basic processes and general procedures used by unit commanders and unit readiness officers who prepare and submit the CUSR and by unit identification code information officers (UICIOs) and force management officials who register units in the DRRS-Army database and update force registration data, AR 220-1 is the authoritative publication for unit status reporting and force registration policy. To enhance the utility of this publication to its intended users, selected policy provisions that are established in AR 220-1 are replicated in this publication. However, in the event that any provisions in this DA Pam conflict with those in the latest edition of AR 220-1, the provisions in AR 220-1 will take precedence. Additionally, this DA Pam is not intended to provide detailed instructions for every DRRS-Army data entry option or requirement; therefore, it must be used in concert with the supporting DRRS-Army software applications, the applicable User's Guide, Training Support Package, online tutorials and/or other user assistance materials that are available at or linked to the DRRS-Army portal.

c. Because much of the tabular reference data associated with unit status reporting and force registration falls under the purview of external agencies and, therefore, is subject to frequent revision and update, many reference tables are established and will be maintained solely at the DRRS-Army portal. Where so indicated, any updates or changes to the information and tabular data contained in this publication will be announced at the DRRS-Army portal, and the revised or updated information will be posted there, in advance of a formal revision to this publication.

Document History

DA PAM 220-1
November 16, 2011
Defense Readiness Reporting System–Army Procedures
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. It also applies to...

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