Command Policy and Programs
Mission Develop policies and initiatives to enhance the personnel readiness and institutional strength of the total Army by minimizing adverse consequences that affect Soldiers’ individual health, fitness, and morale within the organizational framework. Facilitate and oversee strategic integration of policies and programmatic initiatives, and anticipate the impact on policy from emerging trends and the latest science.
This regulation prescribes the policies and responsibilities of command, which include military discipline and conduct, and the Army Equal Opportunity Program.
Website Address - Command Programs
Deployment Cycle Support
A united and coordinated effort between headquarters DA staff and all MACOMS to support policies and processes for soldier reconstitution
Website Address - Deployment Cycle Support
Health Promotion Policy
Prescribes policy that enhances Soldier readiness through health promotion programs encompassing physical, behavioral health, spiritual, and social dimensions.
Website Address - Health Promotion Policy
HIV Policy / DNA Registration
Prescribes policy, procedures, responsibilities, and standards concerning identification, surveillance, and administration of personnel infected with HIV.
Website Address - HIV Policy / DNA Registration
Provides policies, procedures and responsibilities for the management and operation of the Army's housing program.
Website Address - Housing Policy
Establishes total Army policy for leadership by assigning and synchronizing responsibilities for management of leadership and leader development policy. Provides directions and guidance for research, doctrine development, leadership assessment, training, and evaluation in all areas pertaining to Army leadership and leader development.
Website Address - Leadership Policy
Sets guidelines for establishing the Army suicide prevention program.
Website Address - Suicide Prevention
Prescribes the authorization for wear, composition and classification of uniforms, and the occasions for wearing all personal, optional, and commonly worn organizational Army uniforms. It also prescribes the awards, insignia, and accouterments authorized for wear on the uniform, and how these items are worn. General information is also provided on the authorized material, design, and uniform quality control system.
Website Address - Uniform Policy
Weight Control Program Policy
Prescribes policy and procedures for implementation of the Army weight control program to enhance Soldier readiness.
Website Address - Weight Control Program Policy
Women in the Army Policy
Prescribes policy, procedures, responsibilities for the assignment and utilization of Female Soldiers in the U.S. Army.
Website Address - Women in the Army Policy