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Currently, Marine Corps Installations Pacific charters more than 90 private organizations. As sanctioned under MCIPAC, these private organizations comply with the guidelines and policies referenced in MCIPAC Order 5760.1, and are authorized to function aboard MCIPAC in Okinawa, at Camp Fuji, and at MCAS Iwakuni, Japan. Non-Federal Entities (NFEs) are self-sustaining organizations that are not agencies of the Federal government. They are established, operated, and controlled by individuals acting outside the scope of any official capacity as officers, employees, or agents of the Federal government. NFEs include local governments and private organizations. A private organization (PO) is a NFE that requires and receives a written authorization to operate on MCIPAC facilities and areas in a manner that can create the appearance of an official relationship with MCIPAC (e.g. conduct of fundraising events on installations) . They include military spouses' organizations, youth organizations , community service organizations, and recreational organizations other than those operated by Marine Corps Base, Camp Smedley D. Butler 's (MCB Butler), Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS) or Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Iwakuni MCCS . They are not non appropriated fund instrumentalities (NAFis), nor are they generally entitled to the sovereign immunity and privileges given to NAFis or Federal agencies. They operate on MCIPAC facilities and areas with the written consent of the Commander , MCIPAC, or higher military authority.
The CG, MCIPAC has designated Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS) Executive Branch as the office that oversees the PO program. The Private Organization Monitor is tasked with monitoring and validating all POs and ensuring compliance with appropriate regulations. POs are in no way associated with MCCS. MCCS ONLY oversees the PO program. All POs are regulated by MCIPAC as per the order.During April 2002, LtGen Gregson, Commander, MCBJ, issued the MCBJOrder 5760.1 with major revisions, replacing the previous Base Order 5760.1E. In March 2014, the revised MCIPACO 5760.1 was issued to clarify the responsibilities of effectively managing POs sanctioned aboard Marine Corps Installations Pacific.
For more information, please contact the Private Organizations office at 645-2494 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also visit our office in the MCCS HQ Building 5966, Camp Foster, Room 308. All official organizations are allowed two fundraisers per quarter each year.
Scouting Organizations (Far East Council Boy Scouts America/USA Girl Scouts Overseas -West Pacific
Fundraiser Request Form
Calendar Year Reporting Checklist
School Year Reporting Checklist
Fiscal Year Reporting Checklist
Annual Budget Forecast
POC Listing Template
Military Banking Facility Account Request Letter
New Private Organization Guide 2018
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