Chain of bid
a. The concatenation of bid aids commanding officers at all degrees to accomplish their primary map of carry throughing the unit’s assigned mission while caring for forces and belongings in their charge. A simple and direct concatenation of bid facilitates the transmission of orders from the highest to the lowest degrees in a lower limit of clip and with the least opportunity of misunderstanding. The bid channel extends upward in the same mode for affairs necessitating official communicating from subsidiary to senior.
B. Commanding officers are responsible for everything their bid does or neglect to make. However. commanding officers subdivide duty and authorization and assign parts of both to assorted low-level commanding officers and staff members. In this manner. a proper grade of duty becomes built-in in each bid echelon. Commanding officers delegate sufficient authorization to Soldiers in the concatenation of bid to carry through their assigned responsibilities. and commanding officers may keep these Soldiers responsible for their actions. Commanding officers who assign duty and authorization to their subsidiaries still retain the overall duty for the actions of their bids.
c. Proper usage of the concatenation of bid is critical to the overall effectivity of the Army. Commanding officers must introduce all their Soldiers with its being and proper map. Effective communicating between senior and low-level Soldiers within the concatenation of bid is important to the proper operation of all units. Therefore. Soldiers will utilize the concatenation of bid when pass oning issues and jobs to their leaders and commanding officers.
Open door policies
Commanding officers will set up an unfastened door policy within their bids. Soldiers are responsible to guarantee that the commanding officer is made cognizant of jobs that affect subject. morale. and mission effectivity ; and an unfastened door policy allows members of the bid to present facts. concerns. and jobs of a personal or professional nature or other issues that the Soldier has been unable to decide. The timing. behavior. and specific processs of the unfastened door policy are determined by the commanding officer. He or
she is responsible for guaranting that Soldiers are cognizant of the command’s unfastened door policy.
Commanding officers will guarantee that all members of their bid receive timely public presentation guidance. Effective public presentation guidance of officers. noncommissioned officers ( NCO ) . enlisted Soldiers. and DA civilian employees helps to guarantee that they are prepared to transport out their responsibilities expeditiously and carry through the mission. AR 623–3 and AR 690–400 contain guidance demands in concurrence with the rating describing systems. Unit commanding officers will find the timing and specific methods used to supply counsel and way through guidance. FM 6–22 provides advice and makes suggestions refering effectual guidance. Supplying regular and effectual public presentation reding to all Soldiers. non merely those whose public presentation fails to run into unit criterions. is a bid map. All commanding officers will guarantee that their subsidiary commanding officers have implemented and are keeping an effectual public presentation reding plan.
Staff or proficient channels
Staff or proficient channels may be used for directing studies. information. or instructions non affecting fluctuations from bid policy and directives.
Command of installings. activities. and units
a. Duty. The senior on a regular basis assigned United States Army officer nowadays for responsibility usually has duty for the bid of units. platoon degree and above. except as shown in paragraphs 2–8a. 2–15. and 2–16. B. Command of installings. Command of Army installings is capable to policies. processs. and ordinances promulgated by HQDA.
( 1 ) Command of Army installings is exercised by a senior commanding officer ( SC ) . The SC is designated by senior Army leading. The SC’s bid authorization over the installing derives from the Chief of Staff. Army ( CSA ) and Secretary of the Army’s ( SA ) authorization over installings. This is a direct deputation of bid authorization for the installing to the SC. The SC’s bid authorization includes all governments inherent in bid including the authorization to guarantee the care of good order and subject for the installing. ( 2 ) Army installings are identified in one of two classs as follows: ( a ) Installations managed by Installation Management Command ( IMCOM ) . Installations that are managed by IMCOM are discussed in paragraph B ( 4 ) ( vitamin E ) . below.
( B ) Installations non managed by IMCOM. Installations that are non managed by IMCOM are discussed in paragraph 2–5b ( 4 ) ( degree Fahrenheit ) . below.
( 3 ) Joint bases. Army installings designated for direction under Department of Defense ( DOD ) Joint Basing 6 AR 600–20 • 18 March 2008 Guidance shall be operated in full conformity with DOD demands. In the event of a disagreement between this ordinance and the DOD policies or processs for Joint basing. the DOD policies or processs take precedency. ( 4 ) Roles and duties.
( a ) Senior commanding officer. The SC is usually the senior general officer at the installing. The SC’s mission is the attention of Soldiers. Families. and Civilians. and to enable unit preparedness. While the deputation of senior bid authorization is direct from HQDA. the SC will routinely decide installing issues with IMCOM and. as needed. the associated ACOM. Army service constituent bid ( ASCC ) . or direct coverage unit ( DRU ) . The SC uses the fort as the primary organisation to supply services and resources to clients in support of carry throughing this mission. All applicable bids support the SC in the executing of SC duties ; hence. the SC is the supported commanding officer by the IMCOM part manager ( RD ) . the fort and renters. The SC—
1. Normally is a dual-hatted place. When this occurs the commanding officer exercises distinct governments as the SC and as a mission commanding officer. The SC duties and governments are installing focused ; the duties and governments as the mission commanding officer are mission focused.
2. Can. in rare instances. be an HQDA-appointed civilian versus a uniformed SC. who will presume the SC functions and duties with the exclusion of UCMJ and bid authorization. In these cases. the person will be referred to as the senior director. Prior to the assignment of the senior director. bid and UCMJ governments for the installing will be specified.
3. Is responsible for synchronising and incorporating Army precedences and enterprises at the installing. On IMCOM managed installings there is a demand for a strong collaborative relationship between the SC and the IMCOM RD. The SC commands the installing but support of about all installing activities flows through the RD.
4. Assumes the responsibilities and duties of the installing commanding officer where that rubric is mentioned in U. S. Code or DOD or Army policies and ordinances.
5. Assumes the responsibilities and duties of the senior mission commanding officer where that rubric is mentioned in Army ordinances except for ordinances affecting operational responsibilities and duties. Mission commanding officers will retain operational responsibilities and duties.
6. Unless prohibited by jurisprudence or ordinance. the SC may depute. as necessary. assigned responsibilities and duties to the fort commanding officer ( GC ) . Such deputation shall be made in authorship and specifically province the responsibilities and duties so delegated and the expiration day of the month of the deputation.
7. Establishes installation precedences among all occupant and supported units.
8. Prioritize base operations support consistent with HQDA precedences and approved common degrees of support ( CLS ) bands.
9. Oversees the CLS services and capablenesss provided to clients. Guaranting that those services are provided within the HQDA counsel. designated precedences. and approved CLS sets and co-ordinates with the IMCOM RD to alter HQDA approved CLS from green. gold. or ruddy.
10. Approves and submits the installing maestro program consistent with HQDA long-range programs and ends through the ACOMS. ASCCs or DRUs. and IMCOM. For IMCOM installations the SC collaborates with the IMCOM RD before the SC submits the installing maestro program.
11. Approves the military building. Army ( MCA ) and military building. Army Reserve ( MCAR ) undertaking precedence list at the installing degree. For IMCOM installations the SC collaborates with the IMCOM RD before the SC approves the MCA and MCAR undertaking precedence list for the installing. The U. S. Army Corps of Engineers executes MCA/MCAR undertakings for the Army.
12. Reappraisals and approves the prioritization of Family and installing plans. For IMCOM installations the SC collaborates with the IMCOM RD before the SC approves Family and installing plans for the installing.
13. Installation force protection ( FP ) is as follows: ( a ) continental United States ( CONUS ) Scandium: as directed by U. S. Army North ( USARNORTH ) and in coordination with the installing direction central office ( IMCOM and Non- IMCOM ) . oversees FP on the installing ; ( B ) outside Continental United States ( OCONUS ) Scandium: in coordination with the ASCC and IMCOM is responsible for FP inadvertence on the installing.
14. Is usually designated as a General Court-Martial Convening Authority ( GCMCA ) . The GCMCA orders will stipulate the appellate and reappraisal channels for SC GCMCA actions.
15. The appellate and reappraisal authorization for administrative actions taken by the SC pertaining to single Soldiers and DA Civilians will flux through ACOM. ASCC. or DRU channels unless otherwise specified in Army ordinances. The footings “next superior authorization. ” “next higher authorization. ” “next higher commanding officer. ” and “next higher headquarters” as used in other Army ordinances. average ACOM. ASCC. or DRU commanding officer or central offices.
16. Serves as the senior Army representative to the environing community.
17. Senior rates the GC.
( B ) Garrison commanding officer. The GC is a military officer. lieutenant colonel or colonel. selected by HQDA. The GC commands the fort. is the SC’s senior executive for installing activities. is rated by the IMCOM RD. and is senior rated by the SC. The GC is responsible for daily operation and direction of installings and base support services. The GC ensures that installing services and capablenesss are provided in conformity with HQDA AR 600–20 •
18 March 2008 7 directed plans. SC counsel. CLS. and IMCOM counsel. The GC provides extra service support in conformity with HQDA directives and provides reimbursable services in conformity with memoranda of understanding or understanding ( MOU/MOA ) . The GC is responsible to present Family and installing plans. co-ordinates and integrates the bringing of support from other service suppliers. and obtains SC blessing of the installing maestro program. The GC may be appointed as a Drumhead Courts-Martial Convening Authority or the Particular Courts-Martial convention authorization for the installing and its support country ; in rare instances the GC may be appointed as GCMCA. In some instances. the senior functionary on an installing may be the fort director. A fort director ( the civilian equivalent of a GC has the same duty and authorization as the military opposite number with the exclusion of UCMJ and bid authorization. Prior to the assignment of the fort director. bid and UCMJ governments for the fort will be specified. The GC duties are—
1. Represents the Army and the installing in the environing community as directed by the SC. 2. Approves and issues garrison policies in conformity with several Army ordinances. or installation degree policies affecting tenant units as directed by the SC.
3. Approves and issues policies for IMCOM civilian work force.
4. Develops and implements the Force Protection Program.
5. Supports mobilisation station demands.
( degree Celsius ) The ACOM. ASCC. or DRU on IMCOM managed installings.
1. Supply to IMCOM a prioritized list of MCA/MCAR undertakings and demands that impact subordinate units to back up the development of the military building ( MILCON ) plan and the plan nonsubjective memoranda.
2. Supply IMCOM with low-level mission precedence demands for MILCON and base operations.
3. Identify to IMCOM. through the CLS procedure and other demands development processes. the needed degrees of fort support needed to run into mission demands. Besides. place to IMCOM any support demands non included in CLS services. Collaborate with IMCOM in developing fort support demands that are applicable to all forts.
4. Measure the effectivity of installing services and support and take part in the prioritization of these services and support.
5. Responsible for mobilisation of subsidiaries as specified in AR 10–87. 6.
Provide prioritization demands for information engineering and preparation enabler support to IMCOM. 7. Duties for FP are: ( a ) OCONUS: The Geographic Combatant commanding officer exercisings Combatant Command ( Command Authority ) ( COCOM ) authorization over all facets of FP in the AOR and delegates authorization for FP as deemed appropriate and necessary. This includes all facets of FP on Army installings without exclusion ; ( B ) CONUS: Commanding officer. USNORTHCOM has tactical control ( for FP ) over all DOD forces and assets in the AOR. USARNORTH is designated as USNORTHCOM’s ASCC ; the authorization to put to death the FP mission in CONUS is delegated from Commander. USNORTHCOM ;
( 1 ) USARNORTH has direct bid and control authorization over bids when put to deathing FP duties for installations/facilities ( FP describing commands/SCs when put to deathing FP duties for installations/facilities ) ; ( 2 ) USARNORTH has a supported/supporting relationship with bids non put to deathing duties for installations/facilities ( FP back uping bids ) . ( vitamin D ) Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management. The ACSIM is the advocate for all Army installings and in this capacity is responsible for installing policy development and execution Armywide. The ACSIM does non exert bid authorization over Army installings.
1. The ACSIM ensures that existent belongings answerability and coverage is implemented at all installings ( see AR 405–45 ) .
2. The ACSIM manages HQDA degree MILCON in conformity with HQDA precedences and counsel.
3. The ACSIM is the advocate for environmental policy Armywide. ( vitamin E ) Installation Management Command. The ACSIM is dual-hatted as the Commander of IMCOM. IMCOM is a DRU coverage to the ACSIM as described in AR 10–87. IMCOM manages Army installings assigned to it. IMCOM executes installing preparedness missions. provides just services and installations. optimizes resources. sustains the environment. and enhances the wellbeing of the military community. IMCOM is accountable for the efficient bringing of installing services and support. The IMCOM is antiphonal to ACOMs. ASCCs. and DRUs through a supporting to supported relationship.
1. IMCOM commands the forts assigned to it.
2. IMCOM and its subsidiary organisations are back uping bids to the SC on IMCOM installings. There is a demand for a strong collaborative relationship between the SC and the IMCOM RD. The SC commands the installing but support of about all installing activities flows through the RD.
3. The relationship between IMCOM and the bids of tenant organisations is correspondent to the “supporting to supported” bid relationship described in Joint Doctrine.
4. The IMCOM RD rates the GC.
5. IMCOM ensures conformity with HQDA directed plans and CLS sets. IMCOM staffs and co-ordinates with 8 AR 600–20 • 18 March 2008 HQDA support petitions for fort support demands identified by ACOM. ASCC. or DRUs that are non included in CLS services.
6. There is a difference between bid relationship in CONUS and OCONUS for IMCOM installings. These relationships are depicted in figure 2–1. .