January 16, 2001
MEMORANDUM FOR SEE DISTRIBUTION
SUBJECT: Functional Chief Representative Policy Memorandum - Filling Civilian
Personnel Advisory Center (CPAC) Chief/Director Positions
and other Key positions within CP10
- Functional Chief Representative Memorandum 91-1, dated January 4, 1991, subject: Revised Chapter 10 - Civilian Personnel Administration (CP10), AR 690-950.
- Functional Chief Representative Memorandum 91-2, dated March 22, 1991, subject: Army Civilian Training, Education and Development System for the Civilian Personnel Administration (CP10) Career Program.
- DRAFT Army Civilian Training, Education and Development System for the Civilian Personnel Administration (CP10) Career Program updated 11/18/98 on Civilian Personnel On-Line (http://cpol.army.mil/).
- Memorandum dated November 27, 1998, subject: Revised Instructions for Requesting Career Referral Lists in the Civilian Personnel Administration (CPA) Career Program (CP10).
The purpose of this memorandum is to establish clear and concise policy and guidance in reference to filling Key Civilian Personnel Positions and Civilian Personnel Advisory Centers (CPAC) Chief or Director positions (concurrently or formerly known as Civilian Personnel Officer (CPO) positions). References a, b, c and d. are hereby rescinded and the guidance within this memorandum is effective immediately.
The FCR will participate in the selection process of all CP10 GS-15 positions, MACOM Civilian Personnel Directors (CPD), and CPOC Directors. During the recruitment process of these positions, the selecting official must contact and coordinate with the FCR, who will provide advice, guidance, and assistance in the definition of selection criteria and recommendation of applicants for selection. The selecting official has the ultimate authority and responsibility for the selection. MACOM CPDs will participate in the selection process of all major subordinate command (MSC) CPDs and CPAC Chiefs/Directors within their command.
For lateral reassignment to GS-15 vacancies covered by the CP10 career program, the FCR will notify all permanent CP10 GS-15s. Interested applicants must comply with application instructions provided in the FCR notification.
If you have questions regarding this policy, please contact the CP10 Career Program Proponent, Ms. Nancy Spurlin, at DSN 227-2939 or commercial (703) 697-2939;
David L. Snyder
Deputy Assistant Secretary
(Civilian Personnel Policy)
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