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ADRP 4-0 Sustainment (2019)

AR 40-501 Standards of Medical Fitness (2019)

AR 220-1 Army Unit Status Reporting and Force Registration-Consolidated Policies (2010)

AR 525-29 Force Generation-Sustainable Readiness (2019)

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ATP 3-35 Army Deployment and Redeployment (2015)

ATP 4-93 Sustainment Brigade (2016)

FM 1-06 Financial Management Operations (2014)

JP 3-0 Joint Operations (2017)

JP 4-01 The Defense Transportation System (2017)

JP 4-10 Operational Contract Support (2019)

TRADOC PAM 525-3-1 The US Army Multi-Domain Operations 2028 (2018)

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Army accepts Gansler Commission report on contracting; commits to action

By Mr. Paul Boyce (FORSCOM)November 1, 2007

Secretary of the Army Pete Geren accepted Nov. 1 the report of an independent commission

citing structural weaknesses and organizational shortcomings in the U.S. Army’s acquisition and

contracting system used to support expeditionary operations.

Dr. Jacques Gansler, former undersecretary of defense for acquisition, technology and logistics,

presented “The Commission on Army Acquisition and Program Management in Expeditionary

Operations” report to Secretary Geren, who earlier this year formed the commission to assess the

Army’s acquisition system. Geren said the report offered the “blunt and comprehensive

assessment we asked for and needed, and a plan for the way ahead.”

Gansler was named chairman of the commission on Sept. 12 by Geren, who determined the

Army’s acquisition system needed a comprehensive review to examine its role in support of

large-scale expeditionary operations. Geren sought an uncompromising, big-picture review of the

system. He wanted recommendations addressing how to best ensure that the Army is properly

equipped for a future characterized by persistent conflict.

Complementing the commission’s strategic review, Geren also formed a task force to review

current contracting operations and take immediate action where appropriate. The Army

Contracting Task Force, co-chaired by Lt. Gen. N. Ross Thompson, military deputy to the

assistant secretary of the Army for acquisition, logistics and technology; and Ms. Kathryn

Condon, executive deputy to the commanding general of Army Materiel Command, has already

made actionable recommendations and is implementing improvements.

Operations in Iraq and Afghanistan have demonstrated the demand that expeditionary military

operations place on the contracting system and contracting personnel, Geren pointed out. The

U.S. Army has never fought an extended conflict that required this much to be outsourced.

Approximately half of the personnel currently deployed in Iraq are contractor employees, who

provide food services, interpreters, communications, equipment repair and other important


“Contracting and procurement must be an Army core competency,” Geren said. “I deeply

appreciate the good work of Dr. Gansler and his commission. We are responding positively and

quickly to the commission’s findings and recommendations.”

Gansler’s commission and the Army Contracting Task Force’s efforts followed investigations and

audits which have cited contractors and government contracting officials for corrupt activity

related to contingency contracting. The investigations continue. As of Oct. 23, the U.S. Army

Criminal Investigation Command is conducting 83 investigations relating to contract fraud in

Iraq, Kuwait, and Afghanistan.

While the cases vary in severity and complexity, most involve bribery. There are confirmed

bribes in excess of $15 million. As of Oct. 24, 23 U.S. government employees, both military and

civilian, have been charged or indicted in federal court. Contracts valued at more than $6 billion

are affected. The Army reorganized its contracting office in Kuwait, replaced its leaders,

increased the size of the staff and provided more ethics training.

“The overwhelming majority of our contracting workforce, civilian and military, is doing an

outstanding job under challenging circumstances,” Geren said. “But, we must do a better job of

organizing, resourcing and supporting them in their critical work. We will take the steps

necessary to ensure that we execute our responsibility effectively, efficiently and consistently

with Army values.”

The commission outlined four areas as critical to future success: (1) increased stature, quantity

and career development for contracting personnel – both military and civilian, particularly for

expeditionary operations; (2) restructure of the organization and responsibility to facilitate

contracting and contract management; (3) training and tools for overall contracting activities in

expeditionary operations; and (4) obtaining legislative, regulatory, and policy assistance to

enable contracting effectiveness – important in expeditionary operations.

Commission members include David J. Berteau, former principal deputy assistant secretary of

defense (resource management & support); retired Gen. Leon Salomon, former commander,

Army Materiel Command; retired Gen. David M. Maddox, former commander, U.S. Army

Europe; and retired Rear Adm. David R. Oliver Jr., former director, Office of Management and

Budget, Coalition Provisional Authority, Iraq.

The Gansler report traced many of the difficulties to post-Cold War cuts in the Army acquisition

budget, which led to an undersized acquisition workforce in the face of an expanding workload.

“This workforce has not been properly sized, trained, structured, or empowered to meet the needs

of our warfighters, in major expeditionary operations,” Geren said. “We also need to do a better

job in training our commanders on their responsibilities for requirements definition and

contractor performance.”

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