ARMY - AR 210-50
|Publication Date:||3 October 2005|
This regulation applies to the Active Army, the Army National Guard of the United States, and the U.S. Army Reserve, except as follows: civil works housing under control of the Corps of Engineers; family housing for caretakers at national cemeteries; Military Assistance Program and Military Assistance Advisory Group housing activities except for accounting procedures set forth in Department of Defense Regulation 7000. 14-R series; family housing transferred to other Government agencies by permit; family housing at Kwajalein; Army National Guard family housing and unaccompanied personnel housing facilities and related furnishings; U.S. Army Reserve family housing facilities and related furnishings; recreational housing; housing furnishings support for reception centers and confinement centers; military treatment facility lodging such as Fisher Houses; Army lodging; and the residence portion of the United States Military Academy's Cadet Chapel except for the necessity to collect rent for shelter and services provided in accord with Office of Management and Budget Circular A-45 and chapter 15 of this regulation.
This regulation provides policies, procedures, and responsibilities for the management and operation of the Army's permanent party housing programs. It addresses Government-owned and -controlled Army family housing (AFH) to include general and/or flag officer's quarters (GFOQ) and Government-owned and -controlled unaccompanied personnel housing (UPH) for permanent party (PP) personnel (UPH(PP)) to include barracks. It also addresses the engineering, resource, and furnishings management programs related to housing. It addresses management of the Residential Communities Initiative (RCI) Program. It provides guidance on establishing and administering rental rates for Government-owned and -controlled housing and charges for related facilities. It includes policy and procedures for housing managers to effectively support the housing requirements of mobilization efforts.