agent would use them.
The prerequisites for an active duty SA must be met by the
There are several restrictions that govern the use of .0015 funds.
include the following:
.0015 funds are restricted to criminal investigation and prevention programs
for which the Army has jurisdiction.
Expenditures normally supported by regular DA operating funds will not be
financed with .0015 funds unless the use of other funds would comprise the
investigation, jeopardize the personnel, or delay the time sensitive
.0015 funds cannot be used instead of other appropriated funds. They are not
to compensate for lack of programming or planning for anticipated
MP certified to use and expend .0015 funds may not receive a cash advance
Certified MP also may not receive funds from SAs or MP investigators for
controlled expenditures while working with USACIDC, MP investigators, or MP
drug suppression teams performing investigative activities.
Under no circumstances may .0015 funds be used to settle claims for injury or
The CG, USACIDC is responsible for reviewing and examining all vouchers and
subvouchers of .0015 fund expenditures. This is done to ensure that expenditures
are properly administered and authorized.
The authority to obligate and expend
.0015 funds is delegated in writing to subordinate commanders.
reimbursement of expenses exceeding the approval authority of the CAO are also
reviewed as needed.
While investigating, investigators with travel expenditures
that exceed the established allowances may be reimbursed from the .0015 fund. The
expense must be fully documented and have been required for a successful mission.
The amount of funds used is calculated by subtracting the amount paid by the
finance and accounting office (FAO) from the total travel expense. The remainder
will be the amount reimbursed from .0015 funds.
Travel orders are not needed if their use would compromise the security of an
investigation. In this situation, expenses may be reimbursed from .0015 funds on
approval of the CG, USACIDC.