ULC Course Description

1391 Preparation
Control Number: 253
Course Number: 5413901A
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Students will learn MILCON programming policies and procedures that include: (a) Headquarters, Department of the Army (HQDA)/Headquarters, US Army Corps of Engineers (HQUSACE) military construction policies; (b) program development cycles; (c) various MILCON appropriations and programs with a focus on Military Construction, Army (MCA); (d) program formulation and approval; (e) various Army level reviews such as Installation Management Command (IMCOM) Headquarters and Regions /Army Commands (ACOM)/ Army Service Component Commands (ASCC)/Direct Report Units (DRU)/HQUSACE/Major Subordinate Commands (MSC)/US Army Information Systems Engineering Command (USAISEC)/HQDA review, project approval process; and (f) how to develop and market a project. This course includes an overview of the automated applications supporting military construction processes.

This course provides a logical framework for preparing the DD Form 1391, "Military Construction Project Data". It provides students a working knowledge of how to verify requirements, and prepare the documentation package to request Congressional approval for military construction (MILCON) project(s). Topics include: (a) identify, define, verify, and justify project requirement; (b) define courses of action; (c) research and apply criteria and standards; and participate in practical exercises (case study). Prepare DD Form 1391 and related documentation to include: (1) detailed justification; (2) supplemental data (e.g., economic analysis, cost estimate, and site considerations); and (3) project summary.

This course is recommended for personnel at all levels (installation, IMCOM Directorate, ACOM/ASCC/DRU, USACE district, USACE division, HQUSACE, HQIMCOM, HQDA, Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD)) who prepare, review, certify, approve, and use DD Forms 1391; (b) Occupational series: 0301, 0800, 0020, and other personnel involved in DD Form 1391 process; (c) Grade: GS-05 and above. Nominees should have 6 months "on-the-job" training prior to attending. Other recommended attendees include personnel from other services, defense agencies and the private sector who are involved in DD Form 1391 preparation, planning and design charrette processes.


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SessionLocationStart DateEnd DateSeats Open
1Huntsville, AL5/16/20225/20/20222
2Louisville, KY7/18/20227/22/20220