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Regulatory Requirements Enabling Learning Objectives. Select from a list the primary regulatory guidance used for biochemical testing. Select from a list the required rate of testing. Select from a list additional testing requirements. Back . Next . Regulatory Guidelines.

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Regulatory requirements enabling learning objectives

Regulatory Requirements

Enabling Learning Objectives

  • Select from a list the primary regulatory guidance used for biochemical testing.

  • Select from a list the required rate of testing.

  • Select from a list additional testing requirements.

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Regulatory guidelines

Regulatory Guidelines

  • Primary guidance for the Biochemical Testing Program comes from:

    • AR 600-85 - Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP)

    • DoD Directive (DoDD)1010.1 - Drug Abuse Testing Program

    • DoD Instruction (DoDI) 1010.16 - Technical Procedures for the Military Personnel Drug Testing Program


Requirement for testing

Requirement for Testing

  • DOD 1010.1 p.8 and AR 600-85 8-2a states that the minimum rate of testing is one random sample per active duty member each year.

  • For Reserve and National Guard, “as close as possible to rates established for the active forces”; consistent with available resources and constraints on training time.


Requirement for testing1

Requirement for Testing

  • The minimum rate of testing means that commanders at any level can increase or mandate a higher testing rate.

  • One random sample per active duty member each year

    • This means that if your unit has 120 Soldiers assigned, then the commander must randomly select a minimum and you must test a minimum of 120 Soldiers during the year. Because the Soldiers are randomly selected, some Soldiers will provide more than one specimen and others may provide none.


Requirement for testing2

Requirement for Testing

  • Annual testing required per AR 600-85, chapter 7:

    • Aviation personnel.

    • Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological Surety Personnel Reliability Program.

      NOTE: The annual testing requirement for Military Police was erroneously removed from the regulation; this requirement will be put back in the regulation as part of the next update. Check with your local ASAP to see if it is still a local requirement.


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Requirement for Testing

  • DoD Drug Demand Reduction Policy states that Flag Officers will be tested at least once per year.

    • If not randomly selected throughout the year, then they must be tested during the 12th month.

  • AR 600-85 paragraph 1-35c states that all ARNG and USAR Soldiers ordered to active duty will be tested at their reception station.


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