Army Working Capital Fund: Actions Needed to Reduce Carryover at Army Depots
DIANE Publishing, 2009 - 34 pages
The 5 Army depot maint. activities support combat readiness by providing services to keep Army units operating. From FY 2004-2007, the amount of new orders received to perform work increased from $2.6 bill. to $5.2 bill. The number of new orders is a factor in the amount of work the depots carry over from one year to the next. Concerns have been raised that carryover may be more than needed. This report determines: (1) the growth in reported total carryover from FY 2004-2007 and the actions the Army is taking to reduce the carryover; (2) whether reported carryover amounts exceeded carryover ceilings for FY 2006 and 2007 and adjust. made to reduce those amounts; and (3) the primary reasons for the increased carryover at the Army depots.
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2007 into fiscal accepted an order amount of carryover Anniston Army Depot Army depot maintenance Army Materiel Command Army officials Army Working Capital capital fund activities Capital Fund budgets carryover calculation carryover ceiling carryover data carryover significantly increased Corpus Christi Cycle Management Command Defense Logistics Agency deobligate depot carried depot maintenance activities depot maintenance budget depot officials depots accepted depots as planned depots to determine DOD’s dollar amount end of fiscal exceeded the carryover financed with fiscal fiscal year 2007 five Army depots five depots HMMWVs Industrial Operations activity lack of unserviceable Letterkenny Letterkenny Army Depot M2 machine guns machine guns number of actions operation and maintenance Operations activity group order totaling order was amended orders received OUSD Comptroller Patriot launching stations power units quarter of fiscal received from customers reported actual carryover Reported Carryover Amounts revenue targets Secretary of Defense Tobyhanna Tobyhanna Army Depot War on Terrorism year-end