Army personnel (71 - 80 of 95 items)
Propriety of Acceptance of a Civil Office
B-193637: Published: Jan 25, 1979. Publicly Released: Jan 25, 1979.
A Regular Army officer requested an advisory opinion concerning a potential conflict between holding the position of Town Attorney on the Board of Zoning Appeals to the Town of Vienna, Virginia, and his status as a commissioned Army officer. Federal legislation dictates that "no officer on the active list of the Regular Army may hold a civil office or the exercise of its functions. The acceptance...
Survey of the Army Child Advocacy Program in Europe
B-192159: Published: Jun 26, 1978. Publicly Released: Jun 26, 1978.
The Army Child Advocacy Program is an installation or community command program designed to promote the well-being of Army dependent children by preventing, controlling, and treating child abuse or neglect. At the European bases surveyed, program officials generally believed that there were not enough medical or social services resources within the military to adequately address child abuse or neg...
Army's Test Comparing OSUT with Two Station Training
FPCD-78-37: Published: Apr 3, 1978. Publicly Released: Apr 3, 1978.
Congress directed the Army to conduct a test comparing one station unit training (OSUT) with two station training to determine whether two station training could produce qualified soldiers as economically as OSUT. The Army designed a test, scheduled to begin late in 1978, which would compare a 12-week OSUT program with a 13-week two station program to train infantrymen. The course of instruction f...
Consolidating Military Pay and Self-Service Supply Stores on Oahu
105785: Mar 30, 1978
The Army has two organizations responsible for military pay on Oahu in Hawaii: (1) the U.S. Army Support Command, Hawaii, (USASCH) Finance and Accounting Office at Ft. Shafter and (2) the 25th Infantry Division's 125th Finance Company at Schofield Barracks. The two organizations service pay records for almost 18,000 army personnel. A 1977 study recommended immediate consolidation of a USASCH subof...
[Comments on the Claim for Motel Rental Charges]
B-190503-O.M.: Published: Dec 19, 1977. Publicly Released: Dec 19, 1977.
GAO commented on a motel's claim for reimbursement of unused motel reservations made by the Army. GAO found that the Army was responsible for paying for the unused rooms, since the Army failed to inform the motel in a timely manner that it did not need them...
Review of a Contract for Mobile Radio Sets for the Army
PSAD-77-163: Published: Sep 12, 1977. Publicly Released: Sep 12, 1977.
A review of the contract for AN/PRC-77 mobile radio sets awarded by the Army to E-Systems, Inc., showed that, although the Army accepted a GAO recommendation that the option for additional radios in the basic contract with E-Systems not be exercised because of defects in the way the basic contract was awarded, the Army subsequently modified the contract several times, significantly increasing the...
Examination of Disbursing Officer's Account, U. S. Army Garrison, Ft. Meade, MD
100664: Mar 25, 1977
The travel voucher segment of the January 1977 account a finance and accounting officer, U.S. Army Garrison, Ft. Meade, Md., was reviewed by GAO.An examination of 254 temporary duty and permanent change of station travel vouchers, selected statistically, revealed 12 erroneous payments. The review was made without reference to source documents...
The Army's Test of One Station Unit Training: Adequacy and Value
FPCD-76-100: Published: Feb 9, 1977. Publicly Released: Feb 9, 1977.
A yearlong Army test of a concept for providing basic and advanced training at one station under a single cadre was monitored.In order to implement the one station unit training, many current training centers would be closed and new construction costing about $300 million would be necessary. The test results show that under the one station concept the training cycle can be reduced by tailoring the...
Travel Voucher of Captain Edgar A. Evans
100949: Nov 10, 1976
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