TAPC-CPF-P  15 JUN 1990




MEMORANDUM FOR SEE DISTRIBUTION
SUBJECT: Civilian Personnel Occupational Standard (CPOS) - Garrison Management

1. Enclosed for implementation is the CPOS for those positions that provide key managerial support to Garrison commanders and deputy community commanders in the overall management of base operations. As you may call, this headquarters requested in a 1 December 1989 memorandum operations. As you may recall, this headquarters requested in a 1 December 1989 memorandum that commands and independent reporting activities review and comment on this position classification guidance in its draft form. This proposed guidance was a product of the occupational classification guidance in its draft form. This proposed guidance was a product of the occupational study that PERSCOM's Civilian Personnel Management Directorate conducted of these emerging positions. Based on your comments, the following substantive changes have been made: the addition of three strengthening aspects to the evaluation plan; a reduction in the influence derived from its quantitative criteria in the grading process; guidance to resolve gap situations; and a change in the constructed position titles. In addition, the passage of Public Law 101-165 necessitated the deletion of size of Garrison workforce as an evaluation factor in this CPOS.

2. Request addresses promptly forward this CPOS to their subordinate civilian personnel offices. Following its receipt, activities should make every effort to apply this classification guidance within 180 calendar days.

3. The enclosed CPOS will be officially incorporated into the next revision of Department of the Army Pamphlet 690-45, Position Classification Guidance.

4. Activities may remember from the study's fact-finding phase that PERSCOM also intends to devise an ACTEDS plan for these positions. Development of this document is currently in its final stages. The Director of Management, the proponent for Garrison management positions, should disseminate this plan to the field in the near future.





//original signed//

JOSEPH E. GALBRAITH
Director, Civilian Personnel Management

Attachment: Chapter 13, Garrison Management (5 pages in PDF form)



DISTRIBUTION:
OFFICE, SECRETARY OF THE ARMY (JDPES-W)
COMMANDER IN CHIEF
U.S. ARMY EUROPE AND SEVENTH ARMY COMMANDERS
U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS
U.S. ARMY MATERIEL COMMAND
U.S. ARMY INTELLIGENCE AND SECURITY COMMAND
U.S. ARMY INFORMATION SYSTEMS COMMAND
MILITARY TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT COMMAND
U.S. ARMY MILITARY DISTRICT OF WASHINGTON
U.S. HEALTH SERVICES COMMAND
U.S. FORCES COMMAND
U.S. ARMY TRAINING AND DOCTRINE COMMAND
U.S. ARMY, JAPAN
EIGHTH U.S. ARMY
U.S. ARMY WESTERN COMMAND
U.S. ARMY SOUTH
U.S. ARMY RECRUITING COMMAND
U.S. FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING CENTER
U.S. RESERVE PERSONNEL CENTER
U.S. TROOP SUPPORT AGENCY
U.S. FOREIGN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CENTER
U.S. CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION COMMAND
MILITARY ENTRANCE PROCESSING COMMAND
SUPERINTENDENT, U.S. MILITARY ACADEMY

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