Flashcards in Administrative Fundamentals Deck (51)
CO's and OIC's
Delegated Reporting Seniors
Delegation of reporting senior authority is a transfer of authority.
Who are the Immediate Superiors in Command (ISICs)
Reporting seniors for their CO which will take his authority in case the CO becomes impaired
Enlisted Reporting Seniors
Chief Petty Officers
May act as reporting seniors for E-4 and below only.
Raters and Senior Raters
Rater is E6 (E1-E4)
Rater is E7 (E5-E6)
Senior Rater (Officer-Div Officer/Dept Head)
-It's CO's program. Methods are up to the CO
-Must be provided at MID-POINT of PERIODIC REPORT cycle
-Objective is to provide FEEDBACK, MOTIVATE and ASSIST improvement
Types of REPORTS
(How many and what are they)
1. Regular reports
2. Concurrent reports
3. Operational commander reports
-FOUNDATION of Performance Record
-Must be submitted PERIODICALLY
-Must covers DAY-FOR-DAY all ACTIVE DUTY, RESERVE DUTY, except for initial entry period
Record of significant performance for:
-Active Duty and FTS fulfilling ADDITIONAL DUTY or TEMP ADDITIONAL DUTY
-Reserve supporting Active Duty and/or cross-assigned billets
-Optional unless directed by Higher Authority
Operational Commander Reports
-Submitted only for CO or OIC by Operational Commanders who are not their regular Reporting Seniors
-Identifies the report
-Define the context it was received in
-Permits computerized compliance audits by NAVPERSCOM to assure FAIRNESS to all members and reporting seniors
Admin Blocks: 1, 3-19, 22-26, 44(Chief), 48(Eval)
1.0 (poor performance) - 5.0 (above standards)
Trait grades cumulative average for most should be between 2.0 - 4.0 range.
"Two-Blocking" is detrimental for 2 reasons:
-Summary group and cumulative trait grade averages will be available to DETAILERS and SELECTION BOARDS for comparison
-Reporting Senior cannot allocate accurate PROMOTION recommendation if trait grade averages are the same
-Should always be based on verifiable facts.
-Give examples of performance and results
-Do not include classified matter, marital status, medical reports, etc.
-Space is limited, avoid puffed-up adjectives and get directly to performance
-Quantify wherever possible
-Avoid stock comments that make everyone sound the same
Promotion Recommendation Summary Group
-Should be consistent with trait grades, individual trait grade, and the written comments on performance.
-FITREP'S, CHIEFEVAL's, EVAL's shall not be downgraded as a punishment for misconduct under UCMJ.
-Only misconduct that has been concluded and established through reliable evidence should be taken in account for FITREP's, CHIEFEVAL's, and EVAL's.
Responsibilities and Rights of members regarding EVAL
-Must sign and receive a copy at the time of signature of all Regular Reports unless impossible
-Right to submit statement at the time of the report or TWO years after.
-Statement must be endorsed by original Reporting Senior and forwarded to NAVPERSCOM
-Right to REVIEW all records
-Responsibility to ensure all Records are complete
What are the three types of Naval correspondence?
1. Standard Letter
-Used to correspond officially within or outside the DOD.
-Margins: 1 in from top/bottom/left/right
-Font: Times New Roman
From, To, Via, Subject, Reference, Enclosure, Letter Body, Signature, Copy To
-Used to forward comments, recommendations, or information.
-Mostly used to transmit correspondence through chain of command
-It is a less formal way to correspond within an activity/command.
-May be used for routine official business or as informal means of communication
DEPENDENCY APPLICATION / RECORD OF EMERGENCY DATA
NAVPERS 1070/602 (Page 2)
TRAINING SUMMARY Record (PAGE 4)
-Chronological history of all occupational training and qualifications.
AMINISTRATIVE REMARKS (PAGE 13)
-Chronological record of significant miscellaneous entries.
Purpose of UCMJ
It promotes GOOD ORDER and DISCIPLINE and provide a basis for the administration of justice for the Armed Forces.
Who is subject to UCMJ?
-Members of active and reserve components of the Armed Forces
-Volunteers from their time of their muster or acceptance into the Armed Forces
-Retired members who are entitled to pay
What are the three types of court-martial?
2. Special court-martial
Summary Court Martial
-Lowest authority to convene: BATTALION COMMANDER
-Active duty Captain or higher
Any punishment not forbidden by UCMJ may be adjudged, except:
-confinement > 1 month
-hard labor w/o confinement >45 days
-restriction >2 months
-pay forfeiture >1 month
-reduction >1 rank for E-5 and above
-can be refused and request Special or General Court-martial.
-Lowest authority to convene: SQUADRON/BATTALION COMMANDER
-Military judge ALONE or MILITARY JUDGE and minimum 3 active duty ARMED SERVICE MEMBERS
May adjudge punishments:
-confinement for 6 months
-hard labor w/o confinement for 3 months
-pay forfeiture of >2/3 of pay for 6 months
-bad conduct discharge
-reduction in rank
-Lowest authority to convene: COMMANDING GENERAL of a DIVISION, WING, BASE
-Military Judge ALONE or Military Judge and minimum 5 active duty SERVICE PERSONNEL
-May adjudge ANY PUNISHMENT not forbidden by UCMJ