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NAVY RESERVE FORCE GUIDANCE IN THE EVENT OF A LAPSE IN APPROPRIATIONS 1 OCT 2022


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OIX GATEWAY HONOLULU HI SUCCESSFUL PROCESSING REPORT: NAVY RESERVE FORCE
GUIDANCE IN THE EVENT OF A LAPSE IN
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RMKS/1. In the absence of a funding appropriation beyond 30
September 2022, the Navy Reserve Force will execute an orderly
shutdown of operations unless a particular operation or duty
supports an excepted activity. In the event of a lapse of
appropriations (government shutdown) Commanders shall implement the
following guidance.
2. Excepted Activities. The following activities may continue in
case of a lapse of appropriation:
 2.a. Mobilization/Deployment: Reserve Component personnel who
have been identified for mobilization and/or deployment and who
are fulfilling requirements in preparation for those duties may
continue those preparation activities despite a lapse in
appropriations.
 2.b. Military Operations: As part of providing expeditionary
ready forces across the naval service, excepted activities include
those scheduled military operations or exercises which are (1) in
direct support and coordination with the Active Component force; (2)
in direct support of an identified military operation or activity,
as decreed by the President, the Secretary of Defense or other
cognizant authority, for the safety of life or the protection of
property in the interest of national security; and/or (3) determined
to be operationally necessary in order to maintain mobilization and
warfighting readiness.
3. Inactive Duty Training (IDT) execution.
 3.a. Prior to a possible lapse in appropriations, non-local
Sailors are authorized and encouraged to reschedule IDTs to avoid
travel burdens.
 3.b. Should a lapse in appropriations occur less than twenty-four
hours before the start of a scheduled drill period, Reserve
Component personnel, who are not performing excepted activities, may
perform an orderly shutdown of unit operations, which includes
concluding previously-scheduled operational training requirements
and taking action to ensure continuity, mobilization readiness and
unit sustainability. Reserve Component personnel, who are on-site
at a drill location during a lapse in appropriations, must return to
their primary residence within a reasonable period of time after
completing an orderly shutdown of unit operations.
 3.c. During an extended lapse in appropriations (shutdown), drill
weekends will only be conducted as necessary to support excepted
missions until appropriations are authorized. NRAs will announce the
curtailment of drill weekends no less than two calendar days before
the start of each scheduled drill weekend.
4. Orders.
 4.a. While under a lapse of appropriation, all orders with a
start date of 1 October 2022 or later shall not be executed unless
it is in support of an excepted mission. Prior to cancellation of
orders, it is essential that NRU, NRA, and Gaining Command RPD are
in constant contact regarding status of affected orders.
 4.b. Members already on Active Duty orders (i.e., ADT, AT, ADOS,
Recall, i.e. Sailor transitioning from FY22 orders to FY23 orders at
the same duty location, and Mobilization) at the time of a lapse in
appropriation, on or before 30 September 2022, will be allowed to
continue orders in support of excepted activities. Orders in support
of non-excepted activities will be shortened to facilitate the
prompt return of the Service Member to their Home of Record. Member
is considered on orders upon commencing travel.
 4.c. Order modifications not in support of excepted activities
will not be approved unless modification reduces cost of original
obligation.
 4.d. All personnel are advised that pay and compensation will be
deferred. Military personnel in an active status will serve without
pay until such time as Congress makes appropriated funds available.
No obligation may be made to support non-excepted activity during a
lapse in appropriations, as that is a violation of the
Anti-Deficiency Act.
 4.e. eMuster in NSIPS shall still take place to record check-in
and ensure accountability. This muster will ensure payment of the
member when funding is approved.
 4.f. AT/ADT/IDTT/ATP will not be used to back-fill non-excepted
civilian positions.
5. Temporary Duty (TDY) Travel and Conference Participation:
 5.a. Training and Administration of Reserve (TAR) and Selected
Reservists (SELRES) TDY travel and conference participation
scheduled to begin after the shutdown occurs should not be executed
during a lapse in appropriation, except for excepted activities as
authorized in paragraphs 2 and 3 and SECDEF or DoN guidance. Any TDY
travel or conference participation, which does not involve an
excepted activity and that began prior to the shutdown should,
except as noted below, be terminated (i.e., return to official duty
station) as quickly as possible, but in an orderly fashion. This
includes TDY travel and conference participation associated with
professional military education training.
 5.b. Local TDY orders may be authorized if no additional cost to
the government is incurred.
6. Follow Commander, Navy Installations Command (CNIC) guidance on
Military Funeral Honors (MFH). If MFH is determined to be an
excepted activity, SELRES utilization ISO MFH will be minimized.
Active Component (AC) or TAR assets will be utilized first and
coordinated with CNIC or designated regional MFH representatives
prior to authorizing performance of MFH by SELRES personnel.
7. Civilian personnel: ECH III and IV Commanders will enforce
confirmed excepted employee lists provided by originator. Additional
guidance regarding furlough of civilian personnel has been provided
through separate correspondence.
8. Good judgment and communication are essential at all levels of
Force leadership as we react to these challenges. When in doubt,
consult with ISIC.
9. Released by RADM Michael Steffen Deputy Commander, Navy Reserve
Force.//
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