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ACCOMMODATIONS.–  All recruiting stations should have the following accommodations: OFFICIAL USE Hot and cold potable water. A  chilled  water  drinking  fountain. Elevator  if  office  space  is  above  the  second floor. Heating  and  air  conditioning. Good   illumination. Soundproofing  in  partitions. Separate toilet facilities for men and women for spaces of 1,000 square feet and larger. Signs  (a  permanent  standard  armed  forces recruiting  exterior  sign  and  a  directory  board or  directional  signs  inside  the  building). Secure parking for each government vehicle assigned   should   be   provided   within   a four-block  radius  and,  although  not  leased  by the  COE,  parking  should  be  available  for privately  owned  vehicles  within  the  same proximity, SPACE STANDARDS.–  Each  recruiting  station should  have  a  display  area,  reception  and  office  area, storage  room,  and  testing  room.  Additional  space should be allocated for a private ZS office. The DOD Occupancy  Guide,  DOD  Directive  5160.58,  establishes general policy and prescribes quality standards and space   standards   for   evaluating,   selecting,   and maintaining  facilities  for  full-time  and  part-time recruiting stations and ZS offices. You should check with your LSO for current square foot allowances. VEHICLES Vehicles  are  assigned  to  CNRC  activities  by  a General Services Administration (GSA) interagency fleet  management  center.  The  activity  pays  a  flat monthly rental charge plus a charge per mile for use of   the   vehicles.   The   following   paragraphs   cover official use, domicile-to-duty, allowances, maintenance, inspection, and reporting policies and procedures. Government  owned  and  rented  vehicles  should  be used   for   official   purposes   only   according   to   the provisions  of  Management,  Acquisition  and  Use  of Motor  Vehicles,  DOD  Directive  4500.36.  Failure  to comply with these provisions constitutes a violation of subparagraph  638a(c)(2)  of  Title  31,  United  States Code. If this sounds ominous, it can be. A great deal of responsibility rests on the operator of a government vehicle. Authorized Transportation The term For Official Use Only  includes, but is not limited to, the following: l   Transportation   essential   to   the   successful completion  of  the  DOD  function,  activity,  or operation. l  Transportation  of  military  and  civilian personnel  officially  participating  in  public  ceremonies, military field demonstrations, and parades directly related to official activities. Transportation of other individuals  (for  example,  hitchhikers,  friends,  family members)  is  prohibited  unless  the  individual transported  can  be  considered  as  essential  to  the completion of the assigned mission. l  Transportation  of  prospective  military  recruits provided  in  connection  with  interviewing,  processing, and  orientation. Vehicle Use Notification Letter All  personnel  should  be  thoroughly  briefed  on CNRC and local command requirements during the NRD check-in. Personnel are then issued a vehicle use notification letter and are required to acknowledge its contents by signature. Page 3 of the letter is used by  the  vehicle  coordinator  as  a  checklist  to  document the member’s qualifications to operate a government vehicle. A copy of this letter is retained on file at the NRD. Vehicle Log A  Vehicle  Use  Log,  NAVCRUIT  11240/4,  is maintained  for  each  vehicle.  All  entries  should  be made  in  ink. These  logs  are  maintained  by  each operator,  reviewed  by  the  RINC,  and  submitted monthly to the NRD vehicle coordinator. 4-5

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