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DoD contract administration services component, or other Government Department or Agency, as appropriate, for supplies, equip ment, and services required to accomplish the mission of the DMA. To the extent that any law or Executive order specifically limits the exercise of such authority to persons at the Secretarial level, such authority shall be exercised by the appropriate Under Secretary or Assistant Secretary of Defense.
20. Sell maps, charts, and related products to the public as governed by OMB Circular A-25 and 10 U.S.C. 2794.
21. Authorize the release of classified DOD MC&G products to foreign nationals within DoD disclosure policies.
22. Lease property under the control of th DMA, under terms that will promote the na tional defense or that will be in the publi interest, pursuant to 10 U.S.C. 2667.
23. Execute responsibilities of 10 U.S.C. 279 relating to international agreements.
The Director, DMA, may redelegate thesi authorities, as appropriate, and in writing except as otherwise specifically indicatec above or as otherwise provided by law or reg: ulation.
These delegations of authority are effective December 6, 1990.
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Staff, the Unified and Specified Commands, the Inspector General of the Department of Defense, the Defense Agencies, and the DoD Field Activities (hereafter referred to collectively as “the DoD Components”).
8397.3 Responsibilities and functions.
(a) The Director of Administration and Management, Office of the Secretary of Defense, shall:
(1) Have principal OSD staff responsibility for the activities of the DPS and provide policy guidance regarding the operation and management of printing and duplicating services in the Department of Defense.
(2) Chair the DoD Printing and Duplicating Services Oversight Group, composed of senior-level representatives of the Secretaries of the Military Departments; Assistant Secretary of Defense for Command, Control, Communications, and Intelligence; and Comptroller of the Department of Defense. Other DoD officials may be invited to participate, as required.
(3) Represent the Department of Defense on printing and duplicating policy matters with the Joint Committee on Printing (JCP), Government Printing Office (GPO), Office of Management and Budget (OMB), and other Government Agencies.
(b) The Secretary of the Navy is designated as the single manager for all DoD printing, both for the operation of DoD in-house printing and duplicating facilities and for the departmental printing procurement functions. In this capacity, the Secretary of the Navy shall:
(1) Appoint a Director of the DPS to manage and operate the DPS and all assigned resources, who shall be under the Secretary of the Navy's authority, direction, and control.
(2) Provide guidance to the Director of the DPS regarding the management of the DPS and its relationships with other commands, organizations, and activities within the Navy, as well as with other DoD Components and Government Agencies.
(3) Finance the operations of the DPS under the Printing and Publications Services business area of the Defense Business Operations Fund.
(4) Ensure that the Director, DPS, shall:
(i) Organize, direct, and manage the DPS and all its assigned resources; produce or procure printing services; and administer, supervise, and control all assigned programs, services, and functions.
(ii) Provide effective and efficient printing support to DoD Components.
(iii) Conduct a coordinated DoD printing program covering the production, procurement, and distribution of publications through conventional or alternative methods.
(iv) Administer Department-wide printing management systems, programs, and activities, including technical assistance, support services, and information.
(V) Provide advice and assistance on printing matters to the DoD Components and other organizations, as appropriate.
(vi) Act as DoD representative for technical printing and duplicating matters under DPS cognizance with the JCP, GPO, OMB, and other Government Agencies.
(vii) Supports the Director of Administration and Management, OSD, in the performance of his duties under this part.
(c) The Comptroller of the Department of Defense shall advise, and provide policy guidance to, the DPS on the functioning of the Defense Business Operations Fund and other financial management matters.
(d) The Heads of the DoD Components shall cooperate with, and provide necessary information and assistance to, the DPS in setting requirements, arranging for and executing inter-Service support agreements, and enabling the DPS to carry out day-to-day operations in an effective and efficient manner.
(a) In the performance of assigned responsibilities and functions, the Director, DPS, shall:
(1) Maintain liaison with DoD Components, other Government Agencies, and private sector organizations for the exchange of information concerning assigned programs, activities, and responsibilities.
(2) Use established facilities and serv- priate for integrated management by a ices of the Department of Defense and single agency on behalf of all DOD other Government Agencies, whenever Components, of that has been otherpracticable, to avoid duplication and to wise specifically assigned by approachieve modernization, efficiency, priate authority. economy, and user satisfaction.
(b) The performance of logistics serv(b) The heads of DoD Components ices directly associated with furnishing shall coordinate with the Director, material commodities and items of DPS, on all matters related to the re- supply (hereafter referred to sponsibilities and functions listed in "Items”). $397.3(b)(4).
(c) The administration of Depart
ment-wide supply and logistics manPART 398-DEFENSE LOGISTICS
agement systems, programs, and ac
tivities, as assigned, including the proAGENCY (DLA)
vision of technical assistance, support
services, and information. Sec. 398.1 Purpose.
$ 398.3 Organization and management. 398.2 Mission. 398.3 Organization and management.
DLA is established as a Combat Sup398.4 Responsibilities and functions.
port Agency of the Department of De398.5 Authority.
fense under the overall supervision of 398.6 Relationships.
the Under Secretary of Defense for Ac398.7 Administration.
quisition (USD(A)) and, with the excepAPPENDIX A TO PART 398-ASSIGNED DOD
tion of those responsibilities, functions PROGRAMS AND/OR SYSTEMS
and relationships assigned to the APPENDIX B TO PART 398—DELEGATIONS OF AUTHORITY
Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff (CJCS),
by this part, is under the direction, auAUTHORITY: 10 U.S.C. 191-193.
thority, and control of the USD(A) purSOURCE: 54 FR 2101, Jan. 19, 1989, unless suant to 32 CFR part 382. It shall conotherwise noted. Redesignated at 58 FR 39360, sist of a Director and such subordinate July 22, 1993.
organizational elements as are estab$ 398.1 Purpose.
lished by the Director or specifically
assigned to the Agency by the SecPursuant to authority vested in the
retary of Defense. Secretary of Defense under title 10, this part revises 32 CFR part 398 to up- g 398.4 Responsibilities and functions. date the responsibilities, functions, re
(a) The Director, Defense Logistics lationships, and authorities of the De
Agency (DLA) shall: fense Logistics Agency (DLA).
(1) Organize, direct, and manage the (54 FR 2101, Jan. 19, 1989. Redesignated and
DLA and all assigned resources; proamended at 58 FR 39360, July 22, 1993)
cure assigned items; and administer,
supervise, and control all programs, $398.2 Mission.
services, and items assigned to DLA. The DLA shall function as an inte- (2) Provide staff advice and assistgral element of the military logistics ance on supply and logistics matters to system of the Department of Defense the Office of the Secretary of Defense to provide effective and efficient world- (OSD), the Military Departments, wide logistics support to the Military other DoD Components, and other desDepartments and the Unified and Spec- ignated organizations, as appropriate. ified Commands under conditions of (3) Maintain a wholesale distribution peace and war, as well as to other DoD system for assigned items and accomComponents, Federal Agencies, foreign plish all material management funcgovernments, or international organi- tions required to ensure responsive zations, as assigned. This support shall support to the associated supply and include:
logistics requirements determination, (a) The provision of material com- supply control, procurement, quality modities and items of supply that have and reliability assurance, industrial rebeen determined, through the applica- sponsiveness and mobilization plantion of approved criteria, to be appro- ning, receipt, storage, inventory ac
APPENDIX TO PART 395—DELEGATIONS
OF AUTHORITY Pursuant to the authority vested in the Secretary of Defense, and subject to his direction, authority, and control, and in accordance with DoD policies, Directives, and Instructions, the Director, DLSA, or, in the absence of the Director, the person acting for the Director is hereby delegated authority, as required in the administration and operation of DLSA, to:
1. In accordance with 5 U.S.C. 7532, Executive Order 10450, as amended, and DoD Directive 5200.2:2 2. Designate positions as "sensitive"; b. Authorize, in case of an emergency, the appointment to a sensitive position, for a limited period of time, of a person for whom a full field investigation or other appropriate investigation, including the National Agency Check, has not been completed; and
c. Authorize the suspension, but not terminate the service, of an employee in the interest of national security.
2. Authorize and approve overtime work for civilian officers and employees in accordance with subchapter V, chapter 55, title 5, U.S.C., and applicable Civil Service Regulations.
3. Develop, establish, and maintain an active and continuing Records Management Program, pursuant to 44 U.S.C. 3102.
4. Authorize the publication of advertisements, notices, or proposals in newspapers, magazines, or other public periodicals, consistent with 44 U.S.C. 3702.
5. Comply with the policies and procedures prescribed in DoD 5025.1-M.8
This part applies to the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD); the Military Departments; the Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff (CJCS); the Joint Staff; the Unified and Specified Commands; the Office of the Inspector General, Department of Defense (OIG, DOD); the Defense Agencies; and the DoD Field Activities (hereafter referred to collectively as “DoD Components”). $ 396.3 Responsibilities and functions.
The DoD Coordinator for Drug Enforcement Policy and Support, as the principal staff assistant and advisor to the Secretary of Defense for drug control policy, requirements, priorities, systems, resources, and programs, shall:
(a) Develop policies, conduct analysis, provide advice, make recommendations, and issue guidance on DoD drug contol plans and programs.
(b) Develop systems and standards for the administration and management of approved DoD drug control plans and programs.
(c) Promulgate plans, programs, actions, and taskings pertaining to the DoD drug control program consistent with the National Drug Control Strategy and DoD drug control policies and objectives.
(d) Review, evaluate, coordinate, and monitor DoD drug control plans and programs to ensure adherence to approved policies and standards.
(e) Promote coordination, cooperation, and mutual understanding within the Department of Defense, within Congress, and between the Department of Defense and other Federal Agencies, State and local governments, and the civilian community.
(1) Serve on boards, committees, and other groups pertaining to assigned functional areas and represent the Secretary of Defense on Drug control matters outside the Department.
(8) Serve as the DoD point of contact for the Office of the Director of National Drug Control policy and other Federal and State agencies as appropriate.
(h) Participate in, and oversee and monitor planning, programming, and budgeting for the DoD counter-drug mission in coordination with OSD offi
PART 396—DOD COORDINATOR
FOR DRUG ENFORCEMENT POL-
AUTHORITY: 10 U.S.C. 113.
SOURCE: 55 FR 5006, Feb. 13, 1990, unless otherwise noted.
This part establishes the position of DOD coordinator for Drug Enforcement Policy and Support, with responsibilities, functions, relationships, and authorities, as prescribed herein.
2 See footnote 1 to $395.6(a). 3 See footnote 1 to $395.6(a).