Facilities Policy and Guidance Summary Impacting CPC  

Updated: 08-30-2016


Department of Defense
Policy, guidance, or regulation Title Relevance Applicability
JCIDS Manual (February 12, 2015 & errata dated December 18, 2015) Manual for the Operation of the Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System Provides guidelines and procedures for operation of the JCIDS along with interactions with several other departmental processes to facilitate the timely and cost effective development of capability solutions for the warfighter. Manual defines facilities in the context of DOTMLPF-P as Real property consisting of one or more of the following: buildings, structures, utility systems, associated roads and other pavements, and underlying land. Key facilities are defined as command installations and industrial facilities of primary importance to the support of military operations or military production programs. A key facilities list is prepared under the policy direction of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Further discusses facilities in the context of closing capabilities gaps.
DODD 5000.01
(20 November 2007)
The Defense Acquisition System Establishes framework, responsibilities, and requirement for the Defense Acquisition Management ACAT program acquisition guidance; requires the use of the Federal Acquisition System; corrosion must be considered during trade-off decisions. Note that specific FAR Sections address facilities acquisition.
DODI 5000.02
(January 7, 2015)
Operation of the Defense Acquisition System Provides guidance for the operation of the Defense Acquisition Management & specifically ACAT Programs. CPC strategy required for reduction of TOC and CPC planning; Page 87, Enclosure 3 - CPC must be considered. Note that specific FAR Sections address facilities acquisition.
DODI 5000.67
(1 February 2010)
Prevention and Mitigation of Corrosion on Military Equipment and Infrastructure Establishes OSD CPC policy for military equipment and infrastructure and provides implementation guidance for 10 USC Sect. 2228. Provides guidance for CPC in facilities and infrastructure program management.
DODD 4270.5
(12 February 2005)
Military Construction Establishes policies, authorities, and responsibilities for the military construction program. Requires the use of criteria to the greatest extent possible for planning, design, and construction of facilities. Applies to MILCON and SRM.
December 13, 2006
Standard Practice for Unified Facilities Criteria and Unified Facilities Guide Specifications Establishes procedures for the development and maintenance of Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) and Unified Facilities Guide Specifications (UFGS). These procedures are to be used for the planning, design, construction, operation and maintenance, sustainment, restoration, and modernization of facilities for the Army, Navy, Air Force, Department of Defense (DoD) defense agencies, and DoD field activities. UFC and UFGS provide facility planning, design, construction, operations, and maintenance criteria for DoD components and participating organizations. UFC and UFGS apply to all construction, repair, and maintenance projects.
USD (AT&L) Memo
Department of Defense Unified Facilities Criteria Identifies MIL-STD-3007 as the guidance for developing UFCs and UFGSs and requires use of UFCs and UFGSs for planning, design, construction, sustainment, restoration, and modernization of facilities UFCs and UFGSs have extensive CPC coverage. See Appendix C for details.
USD (AT&L) Memo
Corrosion Prevention and Control DoD direction to use best practices and best value decisions in CPC for infrastructure acquisition, sustainment, and utilization. CPC to be considered early in the design process; announces the development of a CPC planning guidebook to include infrastructure.
DUSD (I&E) Memo
Facility Corrosion Prevention and Control Directs that current CPC measures and technologies be incorporated into facilities acquisition and maintenance. Initiated review of F&I CPC program and military departments directed to review for CPC inclusion.
D, CPO Guidebook, Spiral 4,
(February 4, 2014)
Corrosion Prevention and Control Planning Guidebook, Spiral 4 Provides guidance for CPC planning. Provides detailed insights into CPC for F&I as it relates to ACAT program Support. CPC guidance for facilities can be found on the WBDG.org CPC Source webpages.
Criteria UFC, UFGS See CPC Source Criteria Webpage (CPC Source Criteria) Provides a broad range of in depth standards, best practices, and material requirements for CPC related facilities and infrastructure procurement, SRM and construction.
Department of Army
Policy, guidance, or regulation Title Relevance Applicability
AR 700-127
(October 7, 2014)
Integrated Logistics Support Policy establishes requirement for ILS in support of Army materiel implementing DODD 5000.01, DODI 5000.02 and DODI 5000.67. Directs that the LCSP be aligned with CPC; directs that LCSP will evaluate CPC; includes F&I as an IPS element & F&I considerations validation for ACAT program.
AR 750-59
(March 19, 2014)
Army Corrosion Prevention and Control Program for Army Material Policy defines all areas where corrosion prevention and control should be considered throughout the life cycle. Addresses CPC in the context of facilities. Defers coverage for F&I CPC to AR 420-1 (see below)
AR 420-1
(August 24, 2012)
Army Facilities Management Addresses the management of Army facilities, including public works, housing, facilities operations and management, master planning, utilities, and energy management, as well as fire and emergency services. Includes CPC management and policy guidance. Establishes Army corrosion control policy for facilities (Sec IV, para 2-32); requires CPAT & CCTs for projects greater than $5M, but CPC measures must be considered for all construction, repair, and maintenance projects regardless of cost or funding source. IMCOM responsible for implementing Army CPC Policy; Requires CPC technical support info & guidance to field; maintain Army corrosion control guidance; prepare & revise tri-service corrosion prevention technical pubs; each region & garrison mist have a trained corrosion manager (para 2-33).
DA PAM 750-1
(February 2, 2007)
Commander’s Maintenance Handbook
(Maintenance of Supplies and Equipment)
Discusses wide spectrum of maintenance topics required for day-to-day operations. Delineates applicability of guidance and assistance in understanding how to achieve the requirements of the Army maintenance standard. References AR 750-59 and discusses evaluation of F&I in support of mission. Chapter 2 states: "Commanders should work closely with garrison officials to ensure that maintenance buildings, hardstands, sheds, utilities, and waste and environmental systems are properly maintained and functional, as these assets can contribute to safe and efficient maintenance operations."
Technical manuals
(20 Manuals; dates vary)
The manuals address a broad range of F&I-related design, engineering, and problem solving; all include references to CPC. Topics include waterfront facilities, preventive maintenance, child development centers, electrical (interior and exterior), commissioning of systems, etc. For a complete listing see here see also UFCs that were created from Technical Manuals - Unified Facilties Criteria
Public Works Technical Bulletins (PWTBs)
(Dates vary)
25 PWTBs that address a variety of technical issues related to public works management, including references to CPC. Topics include issues related to utilities, environmental, range management, sewer system analysis, etc. For a complete listing see the PWTB page
Department of the Navy
Policy, guidance, or regulation Title Relevance Applicability
(30 December 2005; Ch1 July 21, 2011)
Navy Safety and Occupational Health (SOH) Guide Provides SOH guidance and requirements for Navy. Provides requirements for corrosion associated with construction and the use of certain materials.
OPNAVINST 5450.348
April 24, 2012)
Mission, Functions, and Tasks of Naval Facilities Engineering Command Defines NAVFAC SYSCOM R&R, including F&I and corrosion functions. Discusses R&R responsibilities for F&I, corrosion, cathodic protection, and SME access.
NAVFAC Instruction 7040.5G
(20 September 2011)
Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Products and Services Provides detailed descriptions by business line of types of products and services available from NAVFAC, along with the associated funding rules. This document describes published NAVFAC’s products and services. See Enclosure (1) for corrosion and cathodic protection descriptions (in lines H12, H13, H23, and N35). The last two tabs provide work induction business rules and descriptions.
OPNAVINST 11010.20H Ch1
June 24, 2015
Navy Facilities Projects Defines project authorities and limitations, guidance on the classification, preparation, submission, review, approval, and reporting of facilities projects at Navy shore activities, including MILCON and SRM projects. Requires use of current design criteria. Provides guidance for management of Navy facilities and infrastructure.
NAVFAC Instruction 11013.39B
(14 September 2000)
Operations and Maintenance Support (OMSI) for Facility Projects Requires submission of documentation associated with the construction and as built conditions of a completed project. Clearly defines the extent of F&I project documentation to be submitted to the PWD/ to ensure appropriate as built materials and drawings are available during sustainment. Corrosion is not mentioned specifically, but details associated with coatings, cathodic protection, and materials used would be included in the OMSI package.
Engineer Construction Bulletin 2008-03
Acceptance Testing of Critical Systems Addresses CPC-related government quality assurance requirements for F&I. Provides multiple places where QA for F&I should be performed, such as verification of the presence of condensing unit, heat pump, and other HVAC component anti-corrosion coatings and treatments.
NAVFAC maintenance and operations manuals
25 manuals
(Dates vary)
NAVFAC has in place a large body of work in the form of maintenance and operations (M&O) manuals to ensure, at various levels, standardized technical processes and procedures are available and followed in the form of a guide The M&O manuals are often linked with criteria and content on the WBDG (www.wbdg.org). Topics include corrosion control, wood protection, wood inspection, pest control, weed control, historic structures preservation, hyperbaric facilities, solar heating systems, mooring maintenance, petroleum fuel facilities, waterfront facilities, etc. For example, the MO-209 (January 1989) provides technical guidance for both naval and civilian personnel in identifying existing or potential corrosion problems, determining the proper corrective actions, and implementing the corrective actions for Steam, Hot Water and Compressed Air Distribution Systems.
(December 2009 Ch1-3)
Management of Weight Handling Equipment Provides guidance and standard practice for the management, maintenance, inspection, testing certification, alteration, repair, and operation of WHE at Navy shore installations. Note that while it does not directly address CPC in Facilities and Infrastructure, it does address CPC as it relates to weight handling equipment, such as cranes in shipyards and dry docks.
NAVFAC P-Publications
5 publications
NAVFAC publications (handbooks) are provided to establish official Navy and Naval Facilities Engineering Command guidance on specific topics. Handbook topics that include F&I CPC guidance include economic analysis, design and engineering lessons learned, Paint Handbook, and repair of utility systems. Handbooks address requirements to provide CPC facilities in support of aircraft maintenance, PWD operations, and lessons learned for F&I designs.
Marianas Navy and Marine Corps Design and Construction Standards
(September 2011)
Marianas Navy and Marine Corps Design and Construction Standards This document focuses on location specific design and construction standards, including CPC risks for F&I. Leverages available knowledge, UFC/UFGSs, and other resources to provide a one stop knowledge base for Guam design, engineering and construction requirements. This document is not posted on the WBDG, however, similar documents can be found on www.wbdg.org
Marine Corps (Note: MCICOM follow NAVFAC guidance, including ECBs and WBDG criteria.)
Policy, guidance, or regulation Title Relevance Applicability
MCO P5090.2A Ch3
(August 26, 2013)
Environmental Compliance and Protection Manual Establishes Marine Corps policies and responsibilities for compliance with environmental statutes and regulations, as well as the management of Marine Corps environmental programs. Includes guidance regarding corrosion control and prevention on certain real property assets.
MCO P11000.5G Ch2
(August 29, 2013)
Real Property Facilities Manual, Volume IV, Facilities Projects Manual Provides policy and guidance for the preparation, submission, review, approval, and reporting of facilities projects at Marine Corps installations. While CPC is not specifically mentioned, it clear states the policy and guidance for restoration and modernization for repair projects. In the sample DD Form 1391 in Appendix D, a corroded steel bulkhead is used at the example description of proposed construction.
MCO P11000.12
(September 8, 2014)
Real Property Facilities Manual, Volume, Facilities Planning and Programing Provides guidance and instructions relating to the Marine Corps Facilities Planning and Programming System. Includes procedures to plan and program facilities requirements for activities under the command of the Commandant of the Marine Corps. Addresses corrosion and cathodic protection.
Department of the Air Force
Policy, guidance, or regulation Title Relevance Applicability
AFI 20-114
(7 June 2011)
Aerospace and Space Equipment Structural Management Establishes roles and responsibilities, and programmatic requirements pertaining to key stakeholders in the corrosion enterprise. Applies to Air Force systems and equipment during throughout all life cycle phases but emphasizes Operations and Support (O&S). Addresses management oversight for CPC and other structural disciplines including Advanced Composites (AC), Low Observables Supportability (LOS), Metals Technology (MT), and Nondestructive Inspection (NDI). While the instruction does not directly call out CPC for F&I it does cite several F&I-related activities including assigning corrosion managers, participating on CPC working groups, providing CPC annual report input, validating facilities requirements for air and space assets, conducting CPC surveys, and providing site assistance.
AFPD 32-10
(4 March 2010)
Civil Engineering; Installations and Facilities Establishes for Air Force installations, implementing several DODDs and DODIs and delineates applicability of the AFPD. Addresses F&I SRM resourcing and management. Identifies authorities and responsibilities of various levels of the chain of command. CPC is not specifically mentioned; it clearly requires life-cost considerations and investment level determinations and making assessments on assets relative to mission support. All of these actions would require consideration of CPC.
AFI 32-1001
(October 16, 2014)
Civil Engineering: Operations Management Implements AFPD 32-10, Installations and Facilities. Provides directive requirements for the operations management of civil engineering & establishes a civil engineer worldwide baseline set of definitions, operations process descriptions, and organizational guidance. Directs that a preventive maintenance program be established, executed & monitored.
AFI 32-1054
(November 7, 2014)
Civil Engineer: Corrosion Control Provides F&I responsibilities and general requirements for the corrosion control program at major commands & bases. Applies to personnel involved in design, construction, acquisition, operations, & maintenance of real property assets and installed equipment. Implements AFPD 32-10, Installations and Facilities and DODI 5000.67. Provides responsibilities and general requirements for the corrosion control program at major commands and bases. Provides for an Air Force wide corrosion control evaluation process and participation for AFCEC, and Director of Civil Engineers in the (OSD) D, CPO CPC-IPT.
AFI 32-1065
(January 12, 2015)
Civil Engineering: Grounding Systems Assigns maintenance responsibilities and requirements for electrical grounding systems on Air Force installations. Includes systems for equipment grounding, lightning protection, and static protection. Implements the maintenance requirements of DoD 6055.9-STD. Multiple references to cathodic protection & corrosion for pipelines, electrical systems where grounding is required.
AFMAN 32-1084
(February 26, 2016)
Civil Engineering: Facility Requirements Provides guidance for determining space allocations for Air Force facilities & may be used to program new facilities or evaluate existing spaces. Provides facility space allowance guidance by category code (CATCODE). These criteria are used in assigning occupancy of existing facilities & in programming new facilities. Multiple references to cathodic protection & corrosion. Identifies facility categories where corrosion control facilities should be planned and programmed such as CC hangars, maintenance facilities, etc.
AFI 63-101/20-101
(March 7, 2013, with Ch2 February 23, 2015)
Acquisition/Logistics: Integrated Life Cycle Management Establishes the integrated life cycle management (ILCM) guidelines, policies and procedures for Air Force personnel who develop, review, approve, or manage systems, subsystems, end items and services (referred to as programs throughout this document) procured under DOD Instruction (DODI) 5000.02 & implements DODI 5000.67. Multiple references to corrosion & facilities. Corrosion prevention & control planning is required. Requires Air Force CCPE to be involved in process.
Air Force Handbook 32-1290(I)/ MIL-HDBK-1136/1
(February 1, 1999)
Cathodic Field Testing Summarizes actions to be taken in operating and maintaining various cathodic protection systems in use at military installations. Considerable instruction is also provided on conducting the testing procedures necessary for ensuring proper functioning of the systems. Meant primarily to aid the craftsman at unit level in performing their duties and responsibilities. Delineates maintenance actions for cathodic protection in F&I affected areas.
Air Force Manual 32-1083
(November 30 1995),
Facilities Engineering Electrical Interior Facilities Provides guidance for the maintenance and repair of various F&I systems. (See the AFM page) Addresses F&I corrosion related issues.
Air Force Manual 91-201
(January 12, 2011)
Explosive Safety Standards Provides guidance for the maintenance and repair of various F&I systems. (See AFM page) Addresses F&I corrosion related issues.
Air Force guides
(May 31, 2004)
2 guides
Air Force Munitions Facilities Standards Guide
(Vol. 1 and 2)
Addresses criteria and standards for planning and programming 21 of the most common non-nuclear munitions facilities on Air Force installations, both within the continental United States (CONUS) and at overseas locations (OCONUS). Air Force guides for F&I are part of Air Force Criteria located on the Whole Building Design Guide website found here CPC is addressed in Section 3.3.9 of Vol. 1. Vol. 2 contains multiple references to corrosion criteria & deterioration.
ETL 01-1
(October 11, 2001)
Reliability and Maintainability (R&M) Design Checklist Provides a generic design checklist to be used in developing functional, reliable, and maintainable facilities constructed by or for the Air Force. The checklist will help personnel in charge of the planning, designing, constructing, operating, and maintaining of Air Force real property. Serves as a convenient guide for the review of plans and specifications for construction projects. Air Force Engineering Technical Letters (AFETLs) for F&I are part of Air Force Criteria located on the Whole Building Design Guide website found here Includes references to corrosion design requirements such as underground electrical outer jacket, flashing for roof mounted equipment, corrosion resistant material selections, etc.
Engineering technical letters (ETLs)
16 letters
(dates vary)
ETL subjects include reliability and maintainability design checklists, procedures to retard reflective cracking, preventing concrete deterioration, design criteria for prevention of mold, inspection of drainage systems, etc. The ETL provides an expedient transmission method for new findings, technologies, and related F&I technical knowledge. It might reference criteria. It indicates who in the Air Force should read and follow the guidance provided. (See here for more detail) The ETLs listed provide CPC-related guidance and discoveries to assist the field installations with their base maintenance responsibilities.
AFPAM 63-128
(July 10, 2014)
Acquisition: Integrated Life Cycle Management Provides guidance and recommended procedures for implementing Integrated ILCM for Air Force personnel who develop, review, approve, or manage systems, subsystems, end items and services (referred to as programs throughout this document) procured under DODD 5000.01 and DODI 5000.02; references DODI 5000.67. Multiple references to corrosion and F&I.
AFPAM 91-23
(May 10, 1990)
Facilities Engineering Maintenance and Repair of Architectural and Structural Elements of Buildings and Structures This manual provides technical guidance for the maintenance and repair of buildings and structures at military installations. The standards should assist in the economical preservation of structures and insure their continuous and efficient use. Air Force Pamphlets (AFPAMs) for F&I are part of Air Force Criteria located on the Whole Building Design Guide website found here. Addresses broad range of areas of concern where corrosion impacts facilities. Combined Manual (Army, Navy, AF) with extensive discussion of corrosion issues
Note: ACAT = Acquisition Category; FAR = Federal Acquisition Regulations; FEC = Facilities Engineering Command; HVAC = Heating, Ventilation, & Air Conditioning; ILS = Integrated Logistics Support; NAVFAC = Naval Facilities Engineering Command; OSD = Office of the Secretary of Defense; PWD = Public Works Department; SME = Subject Matter Expert; SYSCOM = Systems Command; TOC = Total Ownership Cost; UFC = Unified Facilities Criteria; UFGS = Unified Facilities Guide Specifications.
Federal Facility Criteria: