Scope: This course provides a foundational review of fiscal laws and principles to meet the needs of a general military attorney serving in a Brigade or higher echelon military unit, installation, or agency. The course covers the statutory, regulatory, and policy authorities governing the commitment, obligation, and expenditure of appropriated funds in garrison and when deployed. The course addresses current fiscal issues confronting the Department of Defense.
Prerequisites: Department of Defense civilian and military attorneys actively engaged in administrative law, operational law, or government contract and fiscal law. Non-Department of Defense Federal Government Attorneys may enroll in this course by exception. Any applicant who has attended this course within the previous four years will be rejected or disenrolled.
1) All Department of Defense personnel shall apply for this course through the Army Training Requirements and Resources System (ATRRS). Your training coordinator for your command or agency can determine if a seat is available through ATRRS. If your organization does not have available seats, students should enroll on the wait list. Once enrolled, students will be notified via ATRRS.
2) Non-Department of Defense personnel may complete the course application below to be approved for enrollment by exception. Please direct questions to the course manager: MAJ Daniel Beaudry at firstname.lastname@example.org
DATA REQUIRED BY THE PRIVACY ACT OF 1974: AUTHORITY: 5 USC 301 PRINICIPAL PURPOSES: PREPARATION OF STUDENT RECORDS NATURE OF DISCLOSURE: VOLUNTARY ROUTINE USES: PREPARATION OF ROSTERS, CERTIFICATES, DIPLOMAS, ATTENDANCE RECORDS EFFECT OF NONDISCLOSURE: STUDENT RECORDS WILL BE INCOMPLETE AND INDIVIDUAL MAY NOT RECEIVE CREDIT FOR COURSE ATTENDANCE