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  • Statistically, Sailors submit an average of 2.3 applications per cycle, and many wait until their last month to apply for anything at all. This leaves both rollers and reqs in the system for an unnecessarily long time. If a Red Zone job gets NO applications, Sailors in their detailing window may be selected to fill it WHETHER OR NOT they submitted applications this cycle. This will discourage Sailors from “hiding” from the process in the hopes all Red Zone jobs will be filled before they apply. NOTE: When searching for non-vols, Detailers will always begin in the P7 window before considering P8 and P9 Sailors in that order. Failure to submit an application by P7 under these proposed business rules allows Detailers to detail using Needs of the Navy business rules two months earlier, which is advantageous for screenings, etc. APP WINDOW to P7-P9: Although the number of months that the Sailor will have to negotiate for orders will be reduced from five months to three months, this will actually provide the Sailor with a greater opportunity to qualify for more career enhancing billets by providing more time to screen for special programs and overseas duty. The reduction in negotiation time will be off-set by the proposal to significantly increase the number of requisitions advertised, and will clearly be in the Sailors better interests and favor.
  • The road to success for every Sailor looks like this. The primary driver in success is the early engagement of the Sailor at the 12 month point.

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  • 1. ENLISTED DISTRIBUTION NCCM(SW/AW) Steve Cullen NC/LN Detailer PERS-405 [email_address] (901) 874-3737
  • 2. AGENDA
    • Changes to CMS-ID
    • Detailing Impact
    • Benefits
    • Detailing Process
  • 3. CMS-ID Changes NAVADMIN 249/09
    • Reduce Sailor negotiation window from 5 months to 3 months (P-9 to P-7)
    • Establish Needs of the Navy window at P-6 vice P-4
    • Increase the number of sea duty requisitions displayed from 60% to 80% of rollers
    • Redefine the RED zone as Highest Priority Reqs vice Reqs with TUM (take up month) inside P-4
    • Consider RED zone reqs as “must fills” each cycle
  • 4. Detailing Impact
    • CURRENT
    • Sailors may submit a maximum of 5 applications per month from P9-P7 vice P9-P5.
    • Failure to submit an application in the final month (P7) opens Sailor up to assignment anywhere on the slate (possibly non-vol). Members would enter the “Needs of the Navy” window the next month (P6).
    • RED Zone are now Immediate Fills based on TUM to Highest Priority requisitions. RED Zone reqs will be filled every cycle.
    • 0-3 rollers = 0 RZR
    • 4-7 rollers = 1 RZR
    • 8-20 rollers = 2 RZR
    • 21-30 rollers = 3 RZR
    • 31-40 rollers = 4 RZR
    • > 41 rollers = 5 RZR
    • GREEN Zone changed from TUM to priority-based alone.
    • Gray is unchanged.
    ENCOURAGES SAILORS TO “PLAY THE SLATE” IN A MORE AGGRESSIVE AND TIMELY MANNER
  • 5. Benefits
    • IMPROVES READINESS
    • Makes system more understandable
    • Fills highest priority requisitions monthly
    • Encourages voluntary application for hard jobs earlier
    • Increases Sailor choice (number of requisitions per cycle)
    • Allows Sailors more time to screen and families more time to plan
    • Provides more time for detailers to work Needs of the Navy rollers for GSA assignments prior to flip-back
    • Consistent with the fleet’s desires as voiced at the recent SWE PRT F2F
  • 6. TYCOM MCA - Establishes Priorities ISIC NPC Detailers - Make selections -Release orders -Negotiate special cases DETAILING UNIT
    • SAILOR
    • -Review personal data on CMS
    • at 12-15 months prior to PRD to
    • ensure data is Accurate
    • -Update Job Preference Sheet
    • 9-7 Months view available
    • Reqs and make Application
    Enlisted Distribution System Overview CMS/ID 4013 - Monitors Readiness -Generates Prioritized Requisition -Represents MCA’s WRT Placement
  • 7. DETAILING TIME LINE If not selected for orders via CMS/ID, needs of the Navy orders are issued 6 mos prior Sailor, Career Retention Team, and Detailer Engagement Sailor is about to enter negotiation window Sailor applies in CMS/ID via CCC or Sailor Sailor in negotiation window PRD 9 mos prior 12 mos prior Sailor Detailed as Needs of the Navy
  • 8. Application Selections
  • 9. DETAILING CHALLENGES PCS cost Requisition Priority Sailor’s desire Needs of the Navy Spouse Collocation School quota availability Training cost EFM PTS Career Enhancement Evals PRT/BCA Special Screening Command Input PRD Gender Sea/shore flow Pay grade Billet gap PRD rollers Assignment Decision Available Requisitions HYT Time on Station
  • 10. Personnel Detail Screen
  • 11. CURRENT CHALLENGES PCS cost currently a major issue due to limited funding and change in obligation rule Requisition Priority Sailor’s desire Needs of the Navy Spouse Collocation School quota availability Training cost EFM PTS Career Enhancement Evals PRT/BCA Special Screening Command Input PRD Gender Sea/shore flow Pay grade Billet gap PRD rollers Assignment Decision Available Requisitions HYT Time on station
  • 12. PCS cost currently a major issue due to limited funding and changes in obligation rules Requisition Priority Sailor’s desire Needs of the Navy Spouse Collocation School quota availability Training cost EFM PTS Career Enhancement Evals PRT/BCA Special Screening Command Input PRD Gender Sea/shore flow Pay grade Billet gap PRD rollers Assignment Decision Available Requisitions HYT Time on station
    • What does this mean for
    • Sailors?
    • For all Sailors,
    • minimized early
    • termination of shore
    • duty.
    • Minimized coast to
    • coast and other
    • expensive moves.
    • No two ocean moves
    • unless readiness dictates.
    • Ensure all personnel
    • are completing DOD/TOS
    • requirements.
    CURRENT CHALLENGES
  • 13. DETAILERS CAN…
    • Make assignments within negotiation window (9-7 months prior to PRD)
    • Issue “needs of the Navy” orders to Sailors who enter the Needs of the Navy window
    • Transfer Sailors up to three months before through four months after PRD
    • Coordinate spouse collocations (1306/7 required from both Sailors 12 months prior to PRD/not always approved)
    • Sailors returning to full duty from LIMDU are immediate avails and are NOT detailed via CMS/ID
  • 14. SPECIAL PROGRAMS
    • GWOT Support Assignment (GSA)
      • PCS Individual Augmentation to ECRC Norfolk or San Diego
      • Requirements in Iraq and Afghanistan
    • Recruit Division Commander
    • Recruiting Duty
    • Command Chief / Senior Chief / Master Chief
  • 15. DETAILERS DON’T…
    • Adjust PRD’s to facilitate negotiation of orders “shopping early/late”
    • Make pay grade substitutions without PERS 4013 approval
    • Make assignments to non-existent requisitions
    • Change manning demand signal (BA or NMP)
    • Allow “by name” request assignments (not fair to other Sailors)
    • Issue orders to Sailors approaching PRD/EAOS without PTS approval (Sailors MUST be PTS approved prior to applying for orders via CMS/ID)
  • 16. DETAILERS DON’T…
    • Transfer Sailors early to fix personality or leadership issues
    • Send Sailors to schools enroute that are not required on the requisition (don’t have the money)
  • 17. CMS-ID SAILOR ROLE
    • Sailor Apply (NAVADMIN 249/09)
    • Have realistic expectations; communicate with detailer about options
    • Submit multiple CMS/ID job applications (up to five) each month of negotiation window
    • Sailor Apply for career enhancing jobs instead of focusing on location
    • Plan for high year tenure (HYT), retirement, and twilight tour if eligible)
  • 18. SAILOR ROLE
    • Request PRD adjustment and/or spouse collocation via 1306/7 12 months prior to PRD
    • Enroll in or update Exceptional Family Member (EFM) Program
    • Ensure OBLISERVE and required screening are completed within 30 days of receiving orders (this MUST happen)
    • Sailor CMS/ID quick start guide found at http:// www.npc.navy.mil /Enlisted/CMS/
  • 19. QUESTIONS?