Civilian employees at work

The Army Substance Abuse Program, or ASAP, promotes prevention through education and training related to alcohol/substance abuse and suicide. ASAP also provides drug testing and other services for both Soldiers and civilian employees.
Ask the Garrison Commander is a communication tool that allows Soldiers, civilians, retirees and family members to get concerns addressed and questions answered.
The Automated Time Attendance and Production System, or ATAAPS, is the time and attendance system employees use to submit their timecards. It is a CAC-enabled website.
The Civilian Human Resources Training Application System, or CHRTAS, is the online system employees can use to apply for training courses to include Civilian Education System courses. It is a CAC-enabled website.
The purpose of the Army’s Civilian Drug Testing Program is to execute the Drug-free Federal Workplace Executive Order 12564 dated Sept. 15, 1986.