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ACWF

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Welcome to the
Army Civilian Welfare Fund

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Robert A. Maze - Executive Secretary

Phone  703.681.7450, DSN 761, Fax  703.681.7480, DSN 761 

 

HISTORY of the ARMY CIVILIAN WELFARE FUND

The ACWF was originally part of the Army and Air Force Civilian Welfare Fund (AAFCWF), a joint Department of the Army and Department of the Air Force Nonappropriated Fund Instrumentality (NAFI). This fund, operating under joint regulations AR 215-7/AFR 176-14, was active from November 1948 until its disestablishment on March 31, 1998. The ACWF was established on April 1, 1998 as the Army successor fund and is the continuing regulatory authority for Army and DoD agency civilian NAFIs that are governed by AR 215-7.

The ACWF has a Board of Directors that act on behalf of the Secretary of the Army to supervise the administration of the Army Civilian Welfare Fund and all Army and DoD agency civilian NAFIs. Assisting the BDACWF, is a secretariat "Board Office" that provides day to day operational support and oversight of Post Restaurant Fund (PRF) and Civilian Welfare Fund (CWF) NAFI related activities.

The ACWF Board Office reports directly to the BDACWF and is involved in the review of PRF/CWF financial statements, budgets and council meeting minutes. The ACWF provides policy and operational support to all restaurants and  resale activities. The ACWF  also provides financial management and operational advice and policy guidance to CWF NAFIs.  In addition, the Board Office exercises fiduciary responsibility over ACWF finances, investments, loans and grants, and all other disbursements of the fund.



     


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