HQDA

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HQDAHeadquarters, Department of the Army
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HQDA to invest USD 8 million in cash to acquire 51% of the three companies above-mentioned, in order to obtain the actual movement of air rights, routes and Palau International tourism services between Greater China and the Republic of Palau by holding the three companies, which accelerated HQDA to expand Global Health and Recreational Business.
Transportation Command, the Defense Logistics Agency, the Defense Contract Audit Agency, the Defense Contract Management Agency, the Defense Finance and Accounting Service, the Navy and Air Force G-8s, the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment, the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller), the HQDA G-4, the HQDA comptroller, and others.
Also on a monthly basis, the Army Material Command Commanding General, GEN Gus Perna chairs an enterprise level review panel with the participation of the key senior leaders from USTRANSCOM, DLA, DCAA, DCMA, DFAS, USN and USAF G8/FMs, OSD (AT&L), OSD(C), HQDA G4, HQDA Comptroller, and others.
HQDA established FA 34 in the Information Operations Division and reallocated MI Branch's 35B authorizations to FA 34.
(4) ALARACT 063/20i4, "FRAGO 1 to HQDA EXORD 0i0-i3 ISO THE HQDA FYi3-i5 Active Component Manning Guidance (ACMG)," March 20i4.
Based upon these results and HQDA Objectives and Priorities for the relevant NIE, Decision Point two (DP2J selects the candidates to participate In the NIE.
CAC is the HQDA executive agent for the FSO METL, which represents those minimum fundamental doctrinal tasks that a unit was designed to perform in any operational environment.
The PM-PSE chairs APSEAG, along with representatives from HQDA, major Army commands (MACOMs), TRADOC, AMC, USACE, and the Army's RDT&E laboratories.
Additionally, the directorates participate with DoD and Defense Agencies in determining initial country requirements; provide overall program management guidance based on directives from HQDA and the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD); provide, as assigned, overall guidance and direction for the management and logistics support of disaster relief, drug interdiction, and other special State Department and Presidential programs; interpret and disseminate security assistance policies and procedures applicable to their regional areas of responsibility; and provide special supply-logistics systems analyses.
The Headquarters, DA (HQDA) Deputy Chief of Staff (DCS) G-3/5/7 Force Management Directorate provides the cost-benefit analysis tool on the ERVB Army Knowledge Online portal at https://www.us.army.mil/suite/community/25969876.
The resulting concept plan was approved by Headquarters, Department of the Army (HQDA) G3/5/7 on January 27, 2015.
There is also a role in all of this for Headquarters, Department of the Army (HQDA).