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What must the ratee know in the Enlisted Evaluation System (EES)?

When 1)feedback sessions are due; 2) to request one if needed; and 3) notify the rater and other evaluators when a required or requested feedback session is missed.


All Airmen above the pay grade of _____ must self-report civilian offenses to their supervisors?



When self-reporting, what kind of offenses are Airmen required to report?

1) A plea of guilty; 2) a plea of no contest (nolo contender); and 3) all other actions tantamount to a finding of guilty (including adjudication withheld, deferred prosecution, entry into adult or juvenile pretrial intervention programs and any similar disposition of charges).


Active duty members must self-report a civilian offense within ____ days of the date their conviction is announced.

15 days (Even if the sentence is not yet imposed or the member intends to appeal).


The rater has responsibilities in what two Enlisted Evaluation System (EES) areas?

Providing performance feedback and performance reporting.


What is the raters' responsibility in the performance feedback process of the Enlisted Evaluation System(EES)?

To prepare, schedule and conduct feedback sessions and provide realistic feedback to help the ratee improve.


In the Enlisted Evaluation System (EES), what forms are used to document performance?

AF Form 910, Enlisted Performance Report (AB thru TSgt, and AF FORM 911, Enlisted Performance Report (MSgt thru CMSgt).


In Enlisted Evaluation System (EES) performance reporting, the rater 1) ensures the ratee knows who is in the rating chain, 2) reviews the ratees' Personal Information File (PIF) and Unfavorable Information File (UIF), if applicable, before preparing the report; and 3) assesses and documents the rate's performance and his or her potential. List five additional responsibilities.

Any five of the following: 4) obtain meaningful information from the ratee and as many sources as possible; 5) encourage ratee input on specific accomplishments; 6) consider the significance and frequency of positive and negative incidents; 7) record the ratee's performance; 8) ensure all data on the EPR matches the EPR notice; 9) make a valid and realistic recommendation for promotion, if appropriate; 10)differentiate between rates with similar performance records


In the Enlisted Evaluation System (EES), what are the responsibilities of the additional rater?

He or she reviews the Personal Information File (PIF) and Unfavorable Information File (UIF); returns performance reports to the rater for reconsideration, if necessary, ensure an accurate, unbiased and uninflated report; and completes Section VI of the EPR by concurring or nonconcurring with the rater and commenting.


In the Enlisted Evaluation System (EES), the additional rater must be the raters rater, with what exception.

Deviation may be required to meet grade requirements or to accommodate unique organizational structures.


In the Enlisted Evaluation System (EES), the reviewer/senior rater/final evaluator reviews the Personal Information File (PIF) and Unfavorable Information File (UIF), if applicable, returns performance reports to previous evaluators for reconsideration; and obtains additional information from competent sources if necessary. Identify another responsibility.

When appropriate, he or she concurs or nonconcurs with previous evaluators and makes comments.


If what four Enlisted Evaluation System (EES) situations would the senior rater complete Section VII (Reviewer's Comments) or EPR for SNCOs?

1) to differentiate between individuals with similar performance records; 2) to meet minimum grade requirements; 3) when the ratee is CMSgt or CMSgt-selectee; or 4) when the ratee is Time In Grade (TIG) eligible.


In the Enlisted Evaluation System (EES), who manages the EPR program for the organization?

The unit commander.


In the Enlisted Evaluation System (EES), the unit commander (or squadron section commander) ensures performance reports are accurate and realistic; and determines the rating chain for assigned personnel. Identify four additional responsibilities.

He or she 1) ensures first-time supervisors receive specific mandatory training 2) ensure supervisors conduct performance feedback sessions as required; 3) ensures the first sergeant conducts a quality force review on all EPRs; and 4) conducts the commander review.


In the Enlisted Evaluation System (EES), first sergeants review all EPRs before the commander and advise the commander on quality force _______


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