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TITLE:  DoD Directive 1010.1, "Military Personnel Drug Abuse Testing Program ", 12/09/1994

SUMMARY:   This Directive reissues DoD Directive 1010.1, "Drug Abuse Testing Program," December 28, 1984 (hereby canceled) to update policy and responsibilities on drug abuse urinalysis programs for military personnel under DoD Directive 1010.4, "Alcohol and Drug Abuse by DoD Personnel," August 25, 1980.   Technical instructions are provided in DoD Instruction 1010.16, "Technical Procedures for the Military Personnel Drug Abuse Testing Program," December 9, 1994.  This Directive supersedes the assistant Secretary of Defense (Health Affairs) Memorandum, "Urinalysis Testing for Cocaine," July 29, 1986 (hereby canceled), Assistant Secretary of Defense (Health Affairs) Memorandum, "Interim Changes to DoD Directive 1010.1," March 1, 1989 (hereby canceled), and Acting DoD Coordinator for Drug Enforcement Policy and Support Memorandum, "Interim Policy on Anabolic Steroids," October 20, 1993 (hereby canceled) .  This Directive continues to provide policy on the basis for conducting urinalyses and defines the use of urinanalysis results.  Policy on abuse of anabolic steroids has been incorporated.

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OPR:  ASD(SO/LIC), 703-695-4133