DD Form 2605 "Department of Defense Child Development Program - Annual Summary of Operations"

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This is a form that was released by the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) on December 1, 2002. The form, often mistakenly referred to as the DA Form 2605, is a military form used by and within the U.S. Army. As of today, no separate instructions for the form are provided by the DoD.

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REPORT CONTROL SYMBOL
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE CHILD DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
DD-P&R(A)1884
ANNUAL SUMMARY OF OPERATIONS
INSTRUCTIONS
Complete the following information for your Service. If information is available for Reserve and other child development programs under
your Service's jurisdiction, complete a separate form. Date of record for specific entries noted by an asterisk (*) is the last Wednesday in
September of each fiscal year.
1. BRANCH OF SERVICE/DEFENSE AGENCY
2. TIME PERIOD COVERED
(YYYY1001 to
YYYY0930)
3. TOTAL INSTALLATIONS PROVIDING CARE*
a. Center Based Care Only
b. In-Home Care Only
c. Resource & Referral (R&R)/
Supplemental Programs only
(1) On-Installation
(1) On-Installation
(2) Off-Installation Subsidized by Service
(2) Off-Installation
d. Combination of center-based
0
0
and in-home care
(3) Both On and Off Installation
(3) Both On and Off Installation
e. Combination of center-based,
in-home, and R&R/Supplemental
4. TOTAL FACILITIES*
5. OPERATIONAL CAPACITY*
6. OPERATIONAL CAPACITY BY AGE GROUP
IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTERS*
a. On-Installation Child Development Center
a. Separate Child
Development Centers
b. Off-Installation Child Development Center
a. Infants
(0 - 12 months)
subsidized by the Service
b. Licensed In-Home Care
b. Pretoddlers
(13 - 24 months)
Homes located on the
c. On-Installation In-Home Care
c. Toddlers
installation
(25 - 36 months)
c. Licensed In-Home Care
d. Off-Installation In-Home Care
d. Preschool
(37 months - 5 years)
Homes located off the
installation
e. Resource & Referral Supplemental Programs
e. School-Age
(5 - 12 years)
0
f. TOTAL
7. PAID ENROLLMENT ON DATE OF RECORD*
ON-BASE
OFF-BASE
SUP/R&R
TOTAL
IN-HOME CARE
IN-HOME CARE
CHILDREN OF
CENTER
0
a. Active Duty Military
0
b. DoD Civilian
c. Reservists on Active Duty or during
0
inactive duty personnel training
0
d. Contractor
0
e. Coast Guard
f. Other
(Specify)
0
8. NUMBER OF CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS ENROLLED IN THE CHILD DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM*
10. IN-HOME CARE DIRECT CASH SUBSIDY
9. FISCAL YEAR NONAPPROPRIATED FUND (NAF) FINANCIAL
DATA FOR CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTERS
a. Number of installations providing cash subsidies*
b. Number of spaces being subsidized*
a. NAF income generated from parent fees
c. Annual (Fiscal year) cost of direct cash subsidies
11. HOW MANY OF THE FOLLOWING TRAINING AND CURRICULUM
12. TOTAL DIRECT/NON-SUPERVISORY SERVICE POSITIONS
SPECIALISTS POSITIONS ARE:
FILLED*
(APF/NAF/Contractor)
a. Currently authorized*
b. Currently filled*
NAF
APF
a. CC 1
f. GS 2
13. NUMBER OF DIRECT SERVICE
14. NUMBER OF DIRECT
b. CC 2
g. GS 3
STAFF WHO ARE FAMILY
SERVICE STAFF
c. CC 3
h. GS 4
MEMBERS OF ACTIVE DUTY*
RECEIVING BENEFITS*
d. CC 4
i. GS 5
(Spouse Employment)
e. CC 5
j. GS 6/7
0
0
Total NAF
Total APF
15. NUMBER OF DIRECT SERVICE STAFF IN THE FOLLOWING
CATEGORIES*
Total Contractor
16. NUMBER OF CHILD CARE SPACES THAT CANNOT BE FILLED
NAF:
APF:
DUE TO LACK OF STAFF*
a. Regular
c. Full-Time
b. Flex
d. Part-Time
17. ACCREDITATION*
18. DOD CERTIFICATION*
a. Number of Child Development Programs DoD certified
a. Total number of eligible centers
b. Number of eligible centers accredited
b. Number of Child Development Programs without current
certification
c. Total number of on-base in-home care homes accredited
c. Number of Child Development Programs operating
d. Total number of off-base in-home care homes accredited
under a waiver
DD FORM 2605, DEC 2002
PREVIOUS EDITION IS OBSOLETE.
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REPORT CONTROL SYMBOL
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE CHILD DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
DD-P&R(A)1884
ANNUAL SUMMARY OF OPERATIONS
INSTRUCTIONS
Complete the following information for your Service. If information is available for Reserve and other child development programs under
your Service's jurisdiction, complete a separate form. Date of record for specific entries noted by an asterisk (*) is the last Wednesday in
September of each fiscal year.
1. BRANCH OF SERVICE/DEFENSE AGENCY
2. TIME PERIOD COVERED
(YYYY1001 to
YYYY0930)
3. TOTAL INSTALLATIONS PROVIDING CARE*
a. Center Based Care Only
b. In-Home Care Only
c. Resource & Referral (R&R)/
Supplemental Programs only
(1) On-Installation
(1) On-Installation
(2) Off-Installation Subsidized by Service
(2) Off-Installation
d. Combination of center-based
0
0
and in-home care
(3) Both On and Off Installation
(3) Both On and Off Installation
e. Combination of center-based,
in-home, and R&R/Supplemental
4. TOTAL FACILITIES*
5. OPERATIONAL CAPACITY*
6. OPERATIONAL CAPACITY BY AGE GROUP
IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTERS*
a. On-Installation Child Development Center
a. Separate Child
Development Centers
b. Off-Installation Child Development Center
a. Infants
(0 - 12 months)
subsidized by the Service
b. Licensed In-Home Care
b. Pretoddlers
(13 - 24 months)
Homes located on the
c. On-Installation In-Home Care
c. Toddlers
installation
(25 - 36 months)
c. Licensed In-Home Care
d. Off-Installation In-Home Care
d. Preschool
(37 months - 5 years)
Homes located off the
installation
e. Resource & Referral Supplemental Programs
e. School-Age
(5 - 12 years)
0
f. TOTAL
7. PAID ENROLLMENT ON DATE OF RECORD*
ON-BASE
OFF-BASE
SUP/R&R
TOTAL
IN-HOME CARE
IN-HOME CARE
CHILDREN OF
CENTER
0
a. Active Duty Military
0
b. DoD Civilian
c. Reservists on Active Duty or during
0
inactive duty personnel training
0
d. Contractor
0
e. Coast Guard
f. Other
(Specify)
0
8. NUMBER OF CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS ENROLLED IN THE CHILD DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM*
10. IN-HOME CARE DIRECT CASH SUBSIDY
9. FISCAL YEAR NONAPPROPRIATED FUND (NAF) FINANCIAL
DATA FOR CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTERS
a. Number of installations providing cash subsidies*
b. Number of spaces being subsidized*
a. NAF income generated from parent fees
c. Annual (Fiscal year) cost of direct cash subsidies
11. HOW MANY OF THE FOLLOWING TRAINING AND CURRICULUM
12. TOTAL DIRECT/NON-SUPERVISORY SERVICE POSITIONS
SPECIALISTS POSITIONS ARE:
FILLED*
(APF/NAF/Contractor)
a. Currently authorized*
b. Currently filled*
NAF
APF
a. CC 1
f. GS 2
13. NUMBER OF DIRECT SERVICE
14. NUMBER OF DIRECT
b. CC 2
g. GS 3
STAFF WHO ARE FAMILY
SERVICE STAFF
c. CC 3
h. GS 4
MEMBERS OF ACTIVE DUTY*
RECEIVING BENEFITS*
d. CC 4
i. GS 5
(Spouse Employment)
e. CC 5
j. GS 6/7
0
0
Total NAF
Total APF
15. NUMBER OF DIRECT SERVICE STAFF IN THE FOLLOWING
CATEGORIES*
Total Contractor
16. NUMBER OF CHILD CARE SPACES THAT CANNOT BE FILLED
NAF:
APF:
DUE TO LACK OF STAFF*
a. Regular
c. Full-Time
b. Flex
d. Part-Time
17. ACCREDITATION*
18. DOD CERTIFICATION*
a. Number of Child Development Programs DoD certified
a. Total number of eligible centers
b. Number of eligible centers accredited
b. Number of Child Development Programs without current
certification
c. Total number of on-base in-home care homes accredited
c. Number of Child Development Programs operating
d. Total number of off-base in-home care homes accredited
under a waiver
DD FORM 2605, DEC 2002
PREVIOUS EDITION IS OBSOLETE.
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19. REMARKS (Attach additional pages if necessary)
DD FORM 2605 (BACK), DEC 2002
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