CHAPTER 5

		     PHYSICAL SECURITY AND LAW ENFORCEMENT

				  PROCEDURES

				   MOBILITY

Properly planned assignments in a single specialty, assignments in
several specialties within a career area, and to multiple career areas
will broaden knowledge, skills and abilities and enhance competitiveness.
Accepting varying specialty assignments in a number of geographic locations
to include overseas assignments is also an effective way for careerists
to broaden knowledge and abilities and should be considered by the employee
when determining immediate and long-range career goals.

    (1)  Breadth of knowledge, experience, abilities as well as depth
of specific competencies required of a position may be considered by
supervisors in the selection process.

    (2)  MACOM commanders may, as a condition of employment, impose
mandatory geographic mobility.

    (3)  Centrally managed interns will be required to sign a mobility
statement which allows for long-term training and developmental assignments
at various locations during the intern training period and/or for final
placement if the intern cannot be placed locally.
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