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1

What report is used for officers?

FITREP (W2-O6).

2

What report is used for Chief Petty Officers?

CHIEFEVAL (E7-E9).

3

What report is used for personnel E1-E6?

EVAL.

4

What trait grade represents performance to full Navy standards?

3.0.

5

A report is adverse if...

...a promotion recommendation of "Significant Problems" or a recommendation against retention is given.

6

What is the highest promotion recommendation that can be given to O1 or O2 personnel (excepting Limited Duty Officers)?

"Promotable."

7

For enlisted personnel, the promotion recommendation also serves as what for that reporting period?

Performance Mark Average (PMA).

8

A promotion recommendation of "Significant Problems" translates into what PMA for enlisted personnel?

2.0.

9

A promotion recommendation of "Progressing" translates into what PMA for enlisted personnel?

3.4.

10

A promotion recommendation of "Promotable" translates into what PMA for enlisted personnel?

3.6.

11

Who can be a "Reporting Senior" by virtue of authority?

Commanding Officers and OICs of commissioned units.

12

Can a performance evaluation be signed "By direction" for the Reporting Senior?

No. Delegation of reporting senior is a transfer of that authority, and should be held to the highest level consistent with effective observation of performance.

13

Who is reporting senior for COs?

Immediate Superior in Command (ISIC).

14

Who assumes reporting senior authority should a reporting senior become incapacitated?

Immediate Superior in Command.

15

Enlisted OICs of E9 and civilians GS-9 through GS-12 may sign as reporting senior for what personnel?

E5 and below.

16

CPOs and SCPOs may sign as reporting senior for what personnel?

E4 and below only.

17

GS-12 or equivalent may sign as reporting senior for what personnel?

E1 though E9.

18

Evaluations for what personnel should include signatures of both a rater and senior rater?

E6 and below.

19

Who may sign as rater for E4 and below personnel?

E6 and above or civilian equivalent.

20

Who may sign as rater for E5-E6 personnel?

Navy CPO whenever possible, or E7 military or civilian equivalent when none available.

21

Who is typically a member's senior rater?

Division Officer or Department Head.

22

When may Senior Rater be ommitted on E1-E6 Evaluations?

When rater is member's immediate supervisor.

23

For personnel E1 through E6, who should review the member's performance, assign trait
grades using the performance standards, propose career
recommendations, and as a minimum, draft a justifying comment
for each 1.0 grade and any other comments on performance?

Rater

24

For E1 through E6 personnel, who should review the rater's trait grades and career
recommendations, expand the comments if necessary, and propose a
promotion recommendation?

Senior Rater.

25

Who should ensure the
EVAL standards have been respected and determine the final
distribution of promotion recommendations within the member's
summary group using command-directed procedures?

Reporting Senior.

26

When must performance counseling be performed?

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

27

Who should perform mid-term counseling?

Supervisor who
participates in the member’s EVAL, CHIEFEVAL, or FITREP
preparation.

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