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TRADOC Community and Family Activities Fiscal Year 1993 Annual Report. Meeting the Challenges of a Changing Army
ARMY TRAINING AND DOCTRINE COMMAND FORT MONROE VA
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Fiscal year 1993 was once again highlighted by exceptional sales performance for Single Fund operations. With sales of 41.5 million and total revenues exceeding 116 million, the bottom line of 9.9 million was reinvested into program and facility improvements across TRADOC. MWR programs provided quality of life programming for well over 1.25 million eligible customers. Single Funds provided employment for approximately 9,000 NAF and APF employees. Child Development Services established itself as a leader for the Army. With a NAF subsidy of 178 per child in FY 93, TRADOC was well below the Army goal of 400 per child and considerably less than the Army average of over 700 per child. Reduction of overhead costs has and will remain a high priority for the coming years. Even before CFSC standards became effective, TRADOC made great strides in lowering labor costs APF and NAF. Position consolidations initiated in FY 93 will continue to have a positive impact in FY 94. Club operations, while overall profitable, still need continued emphasis on Officers Clubs. The outlook for FY 94 will be further reductions in APF support. The challenge for FY 94 is to significantly reduce NAF subsidy to Categories A and B, and develop a bold new master plan to ensure Single Fund solvency and profitability for continued future investments.
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