nonconcurrence


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HRC reviews the packet and then vetts it through each Major Army Command (MACOM) and DA for review and concurrence or nonconcurrence.
Those comments should either concur or state nonconcurrence for each finding, each recommendation, and the PMB suggested by the AFAA auditor.
Management Comments--Management indicates its responses to the findings that state either a concurrence or a nonconcurrence with the findings and recommendations.
First, many courts have held that a legitimate nonconcurrence claim exists only if the evidence under a single charge or statute contains two or more separate crimes.
Finally, the most widely used pre-Schad test for distinguishing between significant and insignificant nonconcurrence problems was articulated in United States v.
6(pp20-38)) If the Soldier disagrees with the MEB, he or she may appeal by indicating their nonconcurrence on the DA Form 3947 itself and submitting a written statement.
This attitude has led Jones to instruct Democratic members to file nonconcurrence motions that would eliminate the rulemaking amendments.
Absent DNI concurrence, the DNI, or the department head, may advise the President directly of such nonconcurrence.
A sample of a memorandum to document the nonfederal entity offer to provide travel benefits to Department of the Army personnel, and concurrence or nonconcurrence by the ethics counselor is provided on page 66.
Sample of memorandum form to document record of the nonfederal entity offer to provide travel benefits to Department of the Army personnel, and concurrence or nonconcurrence by the ethics counselor.
However, in 1969 the dog mask program was declared obsolete, despite the nonconcurrence of the Army Provost Marshall General.
DSCA reviewers must enter Case Remarks for all nonconcurrences.