Letterhead for the DASA-CPP
May 1, 2001




MEMORANDUM FOR SEE DISTRIBUTION
SUBJECT: United States Army Civilian Personnel Evaluation Agency Directives for Corrective Action



References:
  1. Headquarters, Department of the Army General Orders No. 1, January 12, 2001, Assignment of Functions, Responsibilities, and Duties within the Army Secretariat.
  2. Army Regulation 10-89, December 15, 1989, Organizations and Functions, United States Army Civilian Personnel Evaluation Agency.
  3. Army Regulation 690-200, Personnel Management in Agencies, Chapter 250, Subchapter 3, Evaluation of Personnel Management.


This memorandum serves as a reminder of the mission and functions of the Civilian Personnel Evaluation Agency, and commanders' obligations to comply with the Civilian Personnel Evaluation Agency's corrective action directives resulting from evaluation surveys and special reviews.

In accordance with General Orders No. 1, reference a, the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civilian Personnel Policy) is delegated authority for direct supervision of civilian personnel policy, management and related civilian personnel functions through the Assistant Secretary of Army (Manpower and Reserve Affairs).

Army Regulation 10-89, reference b, designates the United States Army Civilian Personnel Evaluation Agency, a field operating agency of the Assistant Secretary of Army (Manpower & Reserve Affairs), prescribes the Agency's relationship with Army commands and installations, and states that the Director of the United States Army Civilian Personnel Evaluation Agency will conduct civilian personnel management and administration and Equal Employment Opportunity program surveys and special reviews Army-wide. The purpose of these surveys and reviews is to meet the Assistant Secretary of Army (Manpower and Reserve Affairs) oversight responsibility by assessing program effectiveness, efficiency and compliance with legal and regulatory requirements, and by correcting deficiencies to meet standards for application of merit systems principles. Army Regulation 10-89 also states that commanders at all levels with delegated appointing authority for civilian personnel management will comply with the United States Army Civilian Personnel Evaluation Agency's directives to take corrective action.

Army Regulation 690-200, reference c, requires that MACOM and installation and activity commanders will evaluate and be held accountable for the effectiveness of civilian personnel management policies and programs within their commands, direct any necessary corrective action, and recommend higher echelon policy and program improvements, as appropriate.

Point of contact for this action is Ms. Linda Ward, DSN 221-1337 or commercial 703-325-1337.



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




DISTRIBUTION:
OFFICE, SECRETARY OF THE ARMY (JDPES-W)

COMMANDER
U. S. ARMY EUROPE AND SEVENTH ARMY
EIGHTH U. S. ARMY
U. S. ARMY FORCES COMMAND
U. S. ARMY MATERIEL COMMAND
U. S. ARMY TRAINING AND DOCTRINE COMMAND
U. S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS
U. S. ARMY PACIFIC
MILITARY TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT COMMAND
U. S. ARMY CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION COMMAND
U. S. ARMY MEDICAL COMMAND
U. S. ARMY INTELLIGENCE AND SECURITY COMMAND
U. S. ARMY MILITARY DISTRICT OF WASHINGTON
U. S. ARMY SOUTH
U. S. ARMY SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND
U. S. ARMY RESERVE PERSONNEL COMMAND
U. S. MILITARY ENTRANCE PROCESSING COMMAND
U. S. ARMY RECRUITING COMMAND
U. S. ARMY SPACE AND MISSILE DEFENSE COMMAND
U. S. ARMY TEST AND EVALUATION COMMAND
U. S. SOUTHERN COMMAND

SUPERINTENDENT, U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY

DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF FOR INTELLIGENCE, ATTN: DAMI-CP

CF:
DIRECTOR
CIVILIAN PERSONNEL OPERATIONS CENTER MANAGEMENT AGENCY
U. S. ARMY CIVILIAN PERSONNEL EVALUATION AGENCY
KOREA REGION CPOC
USAREUR REGION CPOC
PACIFIC REGION CPOC