Army medical command handbook for the government purchase card program
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This project provides a "MEDCOM supplemental" to the AR-715 to assist the GPC Program Manager in doing their job. A supplemental is needed to interpret and clarify the current policy for the GPC Program Manager. This Joint Applied Project will be organized in a report and a project. The project will provide an AR-715 supplemental handbook specific to the MEDCOM activity. A supplemental is needed to interpret and clarify the current policy for the Government Purchase Card Program manager. This handbook will bridge that gap between the Department of Army AR-715 and the installation level and become an operational handbook for GPC Program Managers.
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