ITAR – Manage Command Interest Programs

Conditions: You are assigned as the battalion S-1.  Your new battalion commander has tasked you to evaluate the unit’s current procedures and policies for Family Readiness, Equal Opportunity (EO), Army Voting Assistance Program (AVAP), Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP), Army Body Composition Program (ABCP), Combined Federal Campaign (CFC), Army Emergency Relief (AER), Suicide Prevention, the Army Sponsorship Program (TASP), and the Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention Program (SHARP).  You have access to the references listed on the enclosed
table. This task should not be trained in MOPP 4.

Standards: Publish error-free policy letters and standing operating procedures (SOPs) for 100% of your unit’s command interest programs which will contribute to unit readiness through fitness, building morale and cohesion, enhancing quality of life, and providing recreational, social and other support services for Soldiers and Families.