Rubicon Planning, LLC provides support to Army clients in the development of DD Forms 1391 and other programming documentation. This support includes requirements development, scope justification, “front page” cost estimate development, and support throughout the planning and design charrette processes.
The Department of Defense uses the DD Form 1391 to submit requirements and justification to Congress to support funding requests for military construction. The DD Form 1391 Processor System, an application of the DD1391/Programming Administration and Execution (DD1391/PAX) System, assists users in preparing, submitting, reviewing, correcting, printing and archiving the DD Form 1391 as well as all associated data in accordance with AR 415-15, “Military Construction, Army Program Development”. The DD Form 1391 Processor System consists of the following modules/PC-Programs: DD1391 Module, ENG3086 Module, DD1390 Module, SDI Module, CA1391 Module, ECONPACK, ISCE, and PC-Cost.
The system currently accommodates electronic development and submittal of construction projects for Military Construction, Army (MCA), Production Base Support (PBS), Army Family Housing (AFH), Non-Appropriated Funds (NAF), Maintenance and Repair (MR), the Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES), Commercially-Financed Facilities (CFF), Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), Medical Facilities (MED), Base Closure, Army (BCA), Special Operations Program (SOP), Section 6 Schools (S6S), Relocatable Buildings (RB), Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS), Payment-in-Kind (PIK), Ballistic Missile Defense Organization (BMDO), Chemical Demilitarization (ChemD), Theater Missile Defense (TMD), National Missile Defense (NMD), and Barracks Upgrade Program (BUP).
The system supports customers from Army installations, regions, districts, divisions, major subordinate commands (MSCs), major commands (MACOMs), HQUSACE, Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management (ACSIM), Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army (DASA) and the Office of Management and Budget (OMB).
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