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Who are reporting seniors by virtue of their command authority?

Commanding Officers

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For the term "commanding officer" who do they include?

Commanding officers of all services, and their civilian equivalents within the U.S. Federal Government

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What is a Delegated Reporting Senior?

Is an actual transfer of authority and not merely an authorization to sign "by direction"

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What does ISIC stand for?

Immediate Superiors in Command

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What are ISICs?

Are reporting seniors for assigned commanding officers.

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When are ISICs authorized to assume the reporting senior authority?

Of subordinate commanding officers whose capacity to act as reporting senior becomes impaired

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Who may act as reporting seniors for E-4 and below?

Chief petty officers (E-7 to E-9)

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What do the evaluation reports on E-6 and below require?

Signatures of a rater and senior rater as well as the reporting senior

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Who is typically the senior rater for an E-6 and below eval?

The division officer or department head

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When are performance counseling's given?

Mid-point of the periodic report cycle and when the report is signed.

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Who will the counselor be for performance counseling?

A supervisor who participates in the member's EVAL or FITREP preparation.

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What does the performance counseling identify and address?

It identifies the members strengths and motivates their further improvement. It also addresses important weaknesses.

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What should never be promised during a performance counseling?

A future promotion recommendation

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What are the three types of reports?

Regular Reports
Concurrent Reports
Operational Commander Reports

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What are the foundation of the performance record?

Regular Reports

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What do Regular Reports cover?

Day to day, all Naval service on active duty or in drilling Reserve programs, except for initial entry training.

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What do Concurrent reports provide?

A record of significant performance in an additional duty (ADDU) or temporary additional duty (TEMADD) status.

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What two reports are optional?

Concurrent and Operational Commander reports

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How may Operational Commander reports be submitted?

The may only be submitted on commanding officers or officers in charge by operational commanders who are not also their regular reporting seniors.

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What does PIM stand for?

Performance Information Memorandum

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What is a PIM used for?

To report performance information to another command for consideration in a FITREP, CHIEFEVAL, or EVAL.

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When may a PIM be used?

Duty, TEMDU, DUINS, TEMDUINS for a period of 3 months or less in a place of a regular report, TEMADD of any length as an alternative to a concurrent report.

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What do the administrative blocks identify?

The report, define the context in which it was received and make it more informative to retailers and selection boards.

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What is a 5.0 grade reserved for?

Performance far above standards and notable for its exemplary or leadership quality.

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What is 1.0 grade reserved for?

Means poor performance, which is not improving or unsat performance.

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For the majority of sailors and officers will get which trait grades?

2.0-4.0

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What should the comments block be based on?

Verifiable facts

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What should you not use in the comments blocks?

Underlying, Boldface, Italics, **Centering**, or Highlighting

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What reports can you have entire or partial handwritten comments?

E-4 and below

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The rater of an E-6 and below eval should be?

A navy chief petty officer, unless one is unavailable then it may be a military or civilian supervisor who is E-7 equivalent or higher