DASA(CPP) Letterhead
October 29, 2001




MEMORANDUM FOR SEE DISTRIBUTION
SUBJECT: Consolidation of Operations Centers and Moratorium on Changes



We are steadily working to realign the workload of the two closing Civilian Personnel Operations Centers (CPOCs) into the other five continental United States centers. Since the first iteration of the plan was released in June, we have made a number of adjustments. Our final plan reflects changes approved through August 27, 2001. Final adjustments we made include the following:

An overview of the final plan is contained in the enclosures to this memorandum.

Enclosure 1 consists of two maps. The first map shows the current distribution of CPOCs and CPACs. The second map shows the workload distribution between the five remaining CPOCs.

Enclosure 2 (five pages) provides a breakout of the CPACs aligned with each CPOC. This listing also identifies the CPAC's parent MACOM, serviced population, and transition date. Listed CPACs that appear to be shaded will be serviced by the same CPOC that currently provides services.

Enclosure 3 summarizes the transition timelines for Phases 1 and 2.

We have posted these enclosures in the Civilian Personnel On Line (CPOL) library at: http://cpol.army.mil/library/.

Effective immediately, I am imposing a moratorium on CPOC servicing changes not already in this approved plan. Changes already in the approved plan are not affected by this moratorium. Actions that are currently on hand in this Headquarters will be processed to the point of decision. Effective dates of approved requests will be delayed until after the moratorium is lifted. The moratorium will remain in effect until at least April 2002.

This moratorium is needed to ensure sufficient time and headquarters resources are available to complete the new alignments. Preparations underway include rerouting/wiring of boxes and identification and shipment of official personnel folders and other related records.

Consistent with existing guidance, major Army Commands may still decide which of their CPACs will provide civilian personnel service to their employees, provided no change in CPOC servicing alignment is required. Applicable guidance relating to servicing arrangements remains in effect. See my memorandum of June 10, 1999, regarding Servicing Arrangements. Please use these guidelines for submitting future servicing change requests.

Should you have questions about the moratorium or servicing arrangements, my point of contact is Ms. Cheryl James-Sayre, Program Support Division. Her email address is Cheryl.James-Sayre@(email address expired). Her telephone number is (703) 325-8733, DSN 221-8733.



//original signed//
David L. Snyder
Deputy Assistant Secretary
(Civilian Personnel Policy)


Enclosure 1: Maps
Enclosure 2: Listings
Enclosure 3: Timelines




DISTRIBUTION:
OFFICE, SECRETARY OF THE ARMY, ATTN: P&ESW (MS. WARD)

COMMANDER
US ARMY EUROPE AND SEVENTH ARMY, ATTN: MS. WARD
EIGHTH US ARMY, ATTN: MS. MURPHY
US ARMY FORCES COMMAND, ATTN: MS. MARKS
US ARMY MATERIEL COMMAND, ATTN: MS. DARBY
US ARMY TRAINING AND DOCTRINE COMMAND, ATTN: MS. LAMKIN
US ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS, ATTN: DR. DUNCAN
US ARMY PACIFIC, ATTN: MS. MCFADDEN
MILITARY TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT COMMAND, ATTN: MR. HARDIMAN
US ARMY CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION COMMAND, ATTN: MS. BRAY
US ARMY MEDICAL COMMAND, ATTN: MS. JAMISON
US ARMY MILITARY DISTRICT OF WASHINGTON, ATTN: MR. HARRIS
US ARMY SOUTH, ATTN: MS. SMITH
US ARMY SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND, ATTN: MS. CRUMLEY
US ARMY INTELLIGENCE AND SECURITY COMMAND, ATTN: MR. LOOSE
US ARMY SPACE AND MISSILE DEFENSE COMMAND, ATTN: LTC RAINEY
US MILITARY ENTRANCE PROCESSING COMMAND, ATTN:
MR. SANGERMAN
US ARMY RECRUITING COMMAND, ATTN: MS. PARISH
US ARMY RESERVE PERSONNEL COMMAND, ATTN: MR. WALDRON
US ARMY TEST AND EVALUATION COMMAND, ATTN: MR. PARSONS
US SOUTHERN COMMAND, ATTN: MS. KENYON

SUPERINTENDENT, U.S. MILITARY ACADEMY, ATTN: MACP

DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF FOR INTELLIGENCE, ATTN: DAMI-CP
OFFICE OF THE GENERAL COUNSEL, ATTN: MS. JOHNSON
OFFICE OF THE JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL, ATTN: MS. NUGENT

DIRECTOR
CIVILIAN PESONNEL OPERATIONS CENTER MANAGEMENT AGENCY
CIVILIAN PERSONNEL EVALUATION AGENCY
US ARMY EUROPE CPOC, ATTN: MR. LACY
PACIFIC REGION CPOC, ATTN: MS. PEARSON
KOREA REGION CPOC, ATTN: MR. PROCK

CHIEF
CENTRAL PROGRAM OPERATIONS DIVISION
CIVILIAN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PROPONENT OFFICE, ATTN:
MS. SPURLIN
MODERNIZATION AND FUNCTIONAL AUTOMATION DIVISION
NONAPPROPRIATED FUND PERSONNEL POLICY AND PROGRAM
DIVISION
PLANS AND STRATEGIES DIVISION
POLICY AND PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT DIVISION
PROGRAM SUPPORT DIVISION
SENIOR EXECUTIVE SERVICE OFFICE