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Inferior Shipment of Household Goods
Military Component: Active Component
Issue Number: 307
Date Entered: Oct 1991
Status: Completed

Scope: Inferior shipment of household goods for the Total Army Family results in high claims, loss of duty time, and causes large out-of-pocket expenditures.

Modification of Weight Allowance Table
Military Component: Active Component
Issue Number: 457
Date Entered: Nov 1999
Status: Unattainable

Scope: The current Joint Federal Travel Regulation (JFTR) Permanent Change of Station (PCS) weight allowance table does not support the changing Army demographics. More service members are entering with established Families, Families are larger, and Retention Control Points have been extended, creating increased career longevity. Using the current PCS weight allowance table, service members frequently pay excess costs, unload valuable property prior to moving, do not ship essential belongings, and mu... more >

Newly Acquired Dependent Travel Entitlement
Military Component: Active Component
Issue Number: 458
Date Entered: Nov 1999
Status: Unattainable

Scope: Service members who acquire new dependents after the effective date of permanent change of station orders are not entitled to travel and transportation allowances for those dependents. This results in the service member paying out-of-pocket travel and transportation expenses to move newly acquired dependents.

Reserve Component Post Mobilization Counseling
Military Component: Reserve Component
Issue Number: 465
Date Entered: Nov 1999
Status: Completed

Scope: With the rise in the number of RC Soldiers mobilized, there is an increasing need for Soldiers and Family members to be afforded counseling services. Upon release from active duty (REFRAD), there are no provisions in place to assist RC Soldiers and Family members who need counseling, such as marital, Family, and financial. RC Soldiers and Family members must rely on expensive civilian agencies for these services. Access to counseling services would ensure the well being of RC Soldiers’ and Fa... more >

Incentives for Reserve Component Military Technicians
Military Component: Reserve Component
Issue Number: 483
Date Entered: Nov 2000
Status: Unattainable

Scope: All Reserve Component (RC) Soldiers, regardless of civilian employment status, should be entitled to the Selective Reserve Incentive Program (SRIP), to include non-prior service and prior service enlistment, reenlistment, affiliation bonuses, educational loan repayments, and the Montgomery GI Bill Kicker. Military technicians (MT) perform in both a military and civilian capacity; yet, they are not eligible for incentives afforded to other RC members. Incentives received as a Soldier prior to b... more >

TRICARE Prime Remote (TPR) for Family Members Not Residing with Military Sponsor
Military Component: Active and Reserve Components
Issue Number: 488
Date Entered: Mar 2002
Status: Unattainable

Scope: The FY01 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), Section 722, authorizes TRICARE Prime Remote (TPR) for Active Duty Family members (ADFMs) who reside with members of the Uniformed Services eligible for TPR within the 50 United States. Military Service members are eligible for TPR if they live and have a duty assignment more than 50 miles (or 1 hour's drive time) from a military medical treatment facility (MTF). ADFMs who do not reside with their TPR eligible sponsors, regardless of the reas... more >

FERS Employee Sick Leave for Retirement Annuity Computation
Military Component: (None)
Issue Number: 500
Date Entered: Mar 2002
Status: Unattainable

Scope: FERS employees are not allowed to receive credit for their accrued sick leave in the calculation of their retirement annuity. Personnel hired since 1984 are affected by this policy. Allowing accrued sick leave to be calculated for retirement annuity would enhance morale, increase work force productivity, and encourage the effective use of sick leave.

Funding for Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) Respite Care
Military Component: Active Component
Issue Number: 501
Date Entered: Mar 2002
Status: Completed

Scope: Currently there is no authorization to use appropriated funds to pay for or subsidize the cost of EFMP respite care, except for active Family advocacy cases which have restricted parameters. EFMP respite care is funded by limited and unpredictable donations. Caring for Exceptional Family Members can be stressful both financially and emotionally.

Funding for Installation and MACOM Youth Leadership Forums
Military Component: Active Component
Issue Number: 502
Date Entered: Mar 2002
Status: Completed

Scope: Currently, Army Youth Programs do not provide Youth Leadership Forums at installation and MACOM levels consistently throughout The Army. Additionally, Youth Services programs are not adequately funded to cover these Youth Leadership Forums. Youth are the voice of our future; they need guidance and training to prepare to be leaders for tomorrow.

Physical Education in DoDEA Schools
Military Component: Active Component
Issue Number: 503
Date Entered: Mar 2002
Status: Completed

Scope: Currently, there is no standardized Physical Education (PE) program within Department of Defense Education Activity (DODEA). Lack of daily PE in DODEA primary and secondary schools fails to prepare students for maintaining lifelong fitness and health. Studies have shown the absence of daily exercise contributes to health problems such as obesity, diabetes, hypertension and negatively impacts students’ overall well-being. Adequate physical fitness among young people is a national priority

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