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ARMY - AR 210-22

PRIVATE ORGANIZATIONS ON DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY INSTALLATIONS

active, Most Current
Organization: ARMY
Publication Date: 22 October 2001
Status: active
Page Count: 20
scope:

a. Intent. This regulation establishes policy, procedures, and responsibilities for operating private organizations (POs) operating on Army installations. For the purpose of this regulation, private organizations are self-sustaining and non-Federal entities, incorporated or unincorporated, which are operated on Department of Defense (DOD) installations with the written consent of the installation commander (or USAR regional support command commander) or higher authority, by individuals acting exclusively outside the scope of any official capacity as officers, employees, or agents of the Federal Government (DOD1 1000.15). In the event of a conflict of interpretation between this regulation and DOD 5500.7-R (Joint Ethics Regulation), the latter governs.

b. Restrictions.

(1) This regulation does not cancel any specific agreements between an organization and the U.S. Government, DOD, or Department of the Army.

(2) This regulation does not apply to off-post organizations or -

(a) Organizations operating outside of Army installations that request use of Army facilities or other resources.

(b) Appropriated fund (APF) and nonappropriated fund (NAF) contractor and subcontractor organizations and funds on Army installations.

(c) Patients' trust funds.

(d) Prisoner of war funds.

(e) Prisoners' personal deposit funds.

(f) Funds established for civilian employees at civil works activities of the Corps of Engineers.

(g) Army gift funds. (See AR 1-100.)

(h) Chapel organizations operating as extensions of the Army Chapel Program.

(i) Credit unions. (See AR 210-135.)

(j) Banking offices or institutions. (See AR 210 135.)

(k) American National Red Cross. (See AR 930-5.)

(l) United Service Organization, Inc. (See AR 930-1.)

(m) United Seamen's Service. (See AR 700-83.)

(n) Labor organizations subject to section 71, title 5, United States Code (5 USC 71)

(o) Association of Supervisors and Managers. (See DOD 1400.25-M, Subchapter 251.)

(p) Civil Air Patrols. (See Air Force Regulation 46-6.)

(q) Army Emergency Relief. (See AR 930-4.)

(r) Informal Funds. (See AR 600-20.)

Applicability. This regulation applies to the Active Army, the Army National Guard of the United States, and the U.S. Army Reserve.

Document History

AR 210-22
October 22, 2001
PRIVATE ORGANIZATIONS ON DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY INSTALLATIONS
a. Intent. This regulation establishes policy, procedures, and responsibilities for operating private organizations (POs) operating on Army installations. For the purpose of this regulation, private...

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