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Npc force weekly 3 7

  1. 1. NPC FORCM WEEKLY 3 - 7 February 2014 Career progression, community management, personnel matters, and general information from the desk of the Navy Personnel Command Force Master Chief, FORCM(SW/AW/EXW) Leland E. Moore FLEET ENGAGEMENT TEAM COMING TO THE PACNORWEST NPC’s Fleet Engagement Team will visit the Pacific Northwest, 10 - 13 February, to discuss the latest personnel policies impacting the Fleet. A major goal of this trip is to ensure command leadership teams understand current manpower programs. Max involvement from all levels of the Chain of Command is critical to making the Fleet Engagement a success. The FET will be at the following locations: Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, 10 February 2014, Naval Station Everett, 11 February 2014, Naval Station Kitsap, Bangor, 12 February 2014, and Naval Station Kitsap, Bremerton, 13 February 2014. Maximum involvement in the events is a must to ensure the success of the visit. Be prepared to ask questions and learn more about the detailing and community management process! FEBRUARY CMS/ID Ensure your Sailors have a chance to get into CMS/ID and apply for orders; the earlier they log in, the more time they have to discuss order choices to find the best career and life fit for them! The February CMS/ID application window opens Thursday, 13 February at 1800 Central Standard Time, and will close Tuesday the 25th at 0500 CST. Command comments can also be made any time before 1 March. In addition, January results will be released Friday, 7 February at 1630 CST. Help detailers make the right selections; be proactive about your billets! DETAILING AND PLACEMENT As you may know, the process of placing the right Sailor in the right job at the right time falls under two distinct resources at NPC: Placement and Detailing. We are asking your assistance in sharing the individual tasks they perform and help guide both Sailors and leadership in contacting the correct resource in fulfilling their manning needs. DETAILERS ARE THE SAILORS' ADVOCATE, AND CAN: - Negotiate assignments Process personnel action requests Make CMS/ID selections Schedule en-route training, when required by the requisition and issue orders PLACEMENT IS THE COMMANDS ADVOCATE AND THE MANNING CONTROL AUTHORITIES AGENT, AND CAN: - Take action on TYCOM and MCA requests to attain desired personnel readiness levels Place requisitions on CMS/ID for Sailor applications and detailer actions in accordance with MCAs' priorities Review and approve orders that do not meet order edits Add or delete NEC’s from your EDVR Bottom line: Knowing who is the right person to call is of the utmost importance; the old saying still holds true, your Sailors talk to the Detailers, the XO should be talking to Placement! Head Placement coordinator is Mr. Todd Anderson, (901) 874-4562 (DSN: 882), todd.w.anderson1@navy.mil. QUOTE OF THE WEEK “Nothing in the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity.” ~ Martin Luther King Jr.

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