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  1. 1. “The goal I have set is to be recognized as one of the top 50 employers or places to work in the United States.” <br />   - ADM Roughead, Chief of Naval Operations<br /> <br />Building a Top 50 Navy – Top 50 organizations believe people deserve a great place to work – a work environment that is personally and professionally rewarding.  They deliver on their mission while fostering a culture of trust, respect, communication, and cooperation.  Top 50 organizations maintain competitive advantages in areas of compensation, benefits, diversity, and learning and development, while earning national recognition as leaders in human resource innovation. <br /> <br />Top 50’s Importance to Navy – Mission accomplishment is Navy’s top priority.  Top 50 organizations focus on performance while taking care of their people through programs and policies that support a culture of trust, respect, communication, and cooperation.  Grounded in the core values of honor, courage, and commitment, Navy will continue to place great emphasis on building a Top 50 organization.<br />Awards Earned:<br />2011 Top 125 List (FEB 2011)Training MagazineSelected as #7 in a list of the top 125 training organizations in the country. In besting many of the Fortune 100 companies in training program excellence, this award highlighted Navy programs/initiatives of: Battle Station 21, Navy Platform Initial Training, USMAP, our Personal Financial Management Program, the Navy Safe Harbor Program, the Surface Warfare Officer COVE training, our LREC program, the Navy’s CSADD program, the Leadership Training Continuum and Navy COOL.<br />Disability Matters Award, Workforce Category (2011) Springboard ConsultingRecognized Naval Sea Systems Command for their Wounded Warrior Recruiting Program.<br />Best Company for Blacks in Technology (2010) www.bdpa.com and WorkplaceDiversity.comRecognized Navy as one of 14 companies who excel in community outreach and diversity recruiting programs, and for promoting a significant number of African Americans into their IT management ranks.<br />Diversity Honors Award Association of Diversity CouncilsNavy ranked #8 among Nation’s Top 25 Diversity Councils in 2010, and #11 in 2009.<br />Top Federal Agencies for Diversity (MAR 2010) DiversityInc MagazineNavy ranked as one of the top federal agencies for excellence in leadership commitment, human capital, communications, and supplier diversity.<br />Most Admired Employer Award (APRIL 2009)US Black Engineer and Information Technology Magazine and Hispanic Engineer and Technology MagazinesRecognized the Office of Naval Research for strong corporate ethics, ample learning opportunities, and an excellent benefits package - characteristics for which top employers are leading the way in attracting top minority talent.<br />Best Diversity Company (APRIL 2009 and APRIL 2010)Diversity/Careers in Engineering and Information Technology MagazineRecognized Navy as a champion of diversity - a forward-looking company that values and supports diversity in the technical workforce.<br />Best Workforce Development Program (2011) Human Capital Management for Defense AwardsSelected as the winner in this category for Navy’s unique Credentialing Opportunities Online Program (COOL)<br />Training Top 125 List (2010) Training MagazineIn 2010, Navy ranked #17 on the list of the top 125 training companies in the nation. It was one of five programs to receive the Outstanding Training Initiative Award for Naval Service Training Command’s Game-Based Casualty Response Training System.<br />Learning Technologies Award (2011) American Society for Training and DevelopmentRecognized the Surface Warfare Officer School for their Full Spectrum Surface Warfare Training Program<br />Performance Improvement Citation (2011) American Society for Training and Development (ASTD)Recognized Navy’s Center for Naval Engineering’s Basic Engineering Common Core Course Analysis Program.<br />Career Development Citation (2010) American Society for Training and Development (ASTD)Recognized Professional Apprenticeship Career Track Program.<br />Workforce Learning and Development Citation (2010) American Society for Training and Development (ASTD)Recognized Navy’s Language, Regional Expertise and Culture Program.<br />Organizational Learning Citation (2010)American Society for Training and Development (ASTD)Recognized Navy's Voluntary Education Program.<br />Learning Technologies Citation (2010)American Society for Training and Development (ASTD)Recognized Navy's Game-Based Casualty Training System, Full Spectrum Surface Warfare Training, and Computer-Based Adult Reading Comprehension Improvement. <br />Distance Learning Award (2009)U.S. Distance Learning AssociationRecognized Navy’s eLearning program for excellence in the area of web-based training and education. <br />Career Development Award (2009)American Society for Training and Development (ASTD)Recognized Navy’s Credentialing Opportunities Online (COOL) program. <br />Performance Improvement Award (2009)American Society for Training and Development (ASTD)Recognized the Center for Explosive Ordnance Disposal and Diving (CEODD). <br />Workforce Learning and Development Citation (2009)American Society for Training and Development (ASTD)Recognized Navy’s Credentialing Opportunities Online (COOL) program. <br />Managing Change Citation (2009)American Society for Training and Development (ASTD)Recognized Navy's Task Force Life Work. <br />Life-Work Balance <br />For our commitment to provide our Sailors access to a balance of home and work life, using innovative work strategies which support emotional health and family support throughout a career of service.<br />Alfred P. Sloan Award for Business Excellence in Workplace Flexibility (2010)Families and Work InstituteRecognized 10 Navy organizations for work-life balance initiatives.<br />Work-Life Innovative Excellence Award (2010) Alliance for Work-Life Progress Recognized Navy’s Task Force Life/Work.<br />Best New Initiative (2009) Telework Exchange Recognized the N1 Virtual Command Pilot initiative.<br />Ted Child's WorkLife Excellence Award (2008) Working Mother Magazine Recognized Navy for distinctive contributions to the field of Work-Life in the business community.<br />Work Life Legacy Award (2008) Families and Work Institute Recognized Navy leaders who motivate individuals and organizations to challenge the status quo about how employees should work and live.<br />Most Innovative Recruiting Program (2011)Human Capital Management for Defense AwardsSelected as the winner in this category for NAVSEA’s Wounded Warrior Recruitment program.<br /> Optimas Award for Service (2010)Workforce Management Magazine Recognized CNRC’s NavyforMoms initiative as the single best submission in the service category. This recognition marked the first time any organization has won an Optimas Award two years in a row.<br />Overall Workforce Support <br />For a collection of practices, programs and innovative initiatives which directly support our workforce.<br />Optimas Award for General Excellence (OCT 2009)Workforce Management Magazine Recognized Navy’s excellence in 6 of 9 categories (competitive advantage, financial impact, global outlook, innovation, managing change, partnership, ethical practice, service, vision). Programs recognized included Navy’s Credentialing Opportunities Online (COOL), Assignment Incentive Pay Program, Crisis Action Organization, Advancement Exam Development Conference initiative, Navy College Program Distance Learning Partnership, Center for Language, Regional Expertise and Culture, the Global War on Terror Support Assignment (GSA) process, and Task Force Life Work.<br />

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