A system is in place to provide effective management and oversight of MFR program operations.
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The MFR program has a communication system is in place that:
Interpretation Examples of relevant parties for element (a) include MFR program staff, MFR program directors, installation commanding officers, regional coordinators, and community partners.
The MFR program implements a risk prevention and management plan that outlines its risk management structure and activities, including mechanisms for:
While maintaining compliance with applicable regulation, the MFR program adapts the services it offers in response to changes in the needs and desired outcomes of customers.
The MFR program conducts long-term planning every three to five years that involves relevant staff and other stakeholders and includes:
Interpretation While the MFR program’s strategic plan will likely flow from the strategic goals set by oversight entities, implementation of MIL-AM 1.04 requires that the local MFR program tailor the strategic plan according to the needs of its customers and community. The specific timeline for long-term planning may vary depending on the timeline set by oversight entities.