CP 35 ACTEDS Plan - Intelligence Career Program

Table of Contents

Functional Chief Statement

Functional Chief Representative Statement

I. Introduction
 Introduction
 Careerists Covered
 Career Program 35 (CP-35)
 Clerks and Assistants/Technicians
 Future Trends and Impacts
 Purpose, Goals and Objectives
 Purpose
 Goals and Objectives
 Responsibilities
 Functional Chief (FC)
 Functional Chief Representative (FCR)
 Personnel Proponent
 Career Program Planning Board (CPPB)
 Intelligence Personnel Management Office (IPMO)
 MACOM Commanders and MACOM Senior Intelligence Officers (SIOs)
 MACOM Career Program Managers (CPMs)
 MACOM Staff Directors
 Commanders and Senior Intelligence Officers (SIOs)
 Activity Career Program Managers (ACPMs)
 Deputy Activity Career Program Managers (Deputy ACPMs)
 Supervisors
 Civilian Personnel Advisory Center (CPAC) Chiefs
 Careerists
 References

II. CAREER PROGRAM STRUCTURE/MASTER TRAINING PLAN/
COMPETENCY REQUIREMENT DETERMINATION PROCESS

 Structural Elements/Terms
 Diagram 1 - Career Program Elements
 Dual Tracks
 Career Tracks / Levels
 Technical Track and Its Career Levels
 Supervisory/Managerial Track and Its Career Levels
 Career Areas
 Career Subgroups and Specialties
 Diagram 2 - Overview of Career Program Structure
 Competencies
 Key Positions
 Master Training Plan
 Competency Requirements
 By Career Track
 Diagram 3 - Subgroups of the Common/Core
 (Non- Supervisory) Technical Track With Associated Competencies

 Diagram 4 - Subgroups of the Supervisory/Managerial Career
 Track With Associated Competencies

 Competency Requirements By Career Area
 Competency Requirements By Specialty
 Diagram 5 - Security Countermeasures/Counterintelligence
 Career Area Specialities and Competencies

 Emerging Or Changing Disciplines And Supporting Competencies/
 Locally Determined Supplemental Competencies

 Dynamic Nature of the Intelligence Career Field
 Responsibilities and Authority to Adapt the ACTEDS Plan
 Process for Competency Requirement Determination & Certification
 Putting it All Together
 Diagram 6 -- Process for Competency Requirement Determination & Certification
 Steps To Determine Your Required Competencies and Attain Certification
 Career Development Model
 Diagram 7 - Career Development Model
 Example
 A Place to Start
 Diagram 8 - Career Planning Guidance
 Training and Development Activities
 Categories of Training and Development Activities
 Types of Training
 Introductory, Intermediate and Advanced Courses/Career Levels
 Training Sources


III. CAREER MANAGEMENT POLICIES
 New Competency Emphasis/Impact on Promotion
 Methods of Attaining Competencies
 Documentation of Training and Development
 Standards of Competency/Professionalization
 Professionalization and the Competency Certification Process
 Process
 Initial Evaluation, Planning and Standard for Attainment of Competencies for a Subgroup
 Recommended Formats for Documentation of Competencies
 Continuous Learning/Professionalism
 Language/Area Study Requirements
 Availability of Advice and Assistance
 Use of Documentation
 Army Standards for Certification of a Career Level
 Recommended Formats for Certifying Attainment of a Competency Level/Professional Certification
 Formats for ICO and DLAMP Certification/Designation
 Public Recognition
 Decision Authority for Determining Attainment/Certification/ Reconsideration
 Linkage with Personnel Management Processes Performance Management
 Selection and Promotion Processes
 Planning, Programming and Budgeting for Training and Development
 Training Requirements Planning
 Training and Development Resourcing
 Training and Development Program Evaluation
 Intake and Diversity Management
Recruitment Strategies
 Recruitment Sources and Tools
 Mandatory Offer of PCS - Grade 13 and Above
 Mandatory Referral Level - Grade 14 and above
 Affirmative Action Requirements - Grade 14 and Above
 Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
 Career Development Policies
Self-Evaluation and Career Development Plans
 Counseling
 Self-Development
 Academic Studies/Degrees
 Mentoring
 Functional, Organizational and Geographic Mobility
 Rotational/Developmental Assignments
 Language Requirements
 MIOBC/MICCC
 Service Agreements
 Intelligence and Security Clerks/Assistants, Training Assistants, Engineering Technicians
Career Development Plans
 Planning, Programming and Budgeting
 Consideration of Attainment of Competencies in Selection and Promotion Actions
 Supplementation of Master Training Plan


IV. CAREER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS
 Intern Training Program
 Army Leader Development
 Diagram 9 - Civilian Leadership Training - Common Core
 Organizational Leadership for Executives (OLE)
 Army-Wide Opportunities for All CIPMS/DCIPS Careerists
 Sustaining Base Leadership and Management Program (SBLM)
 Senior Service Colleges
 Defense Leadership and Management Program (DLAMP)
 Program Elements
 Program Features
 Procedures and Additional Information
 Relationship Between DLAMP and Intelligence Community
 Officer (ICO) Designation
 Intelligence Community Officer (ICO) Designation
 Intelligence Community Assignment Program
 Intelligence Community Officer Training
 Intelligence Community Officer Training Curriculum Guide
 Comparison of ICO Training Requirements and ACTEDS Requirements
 Organization Career Development Program
 Additional Information
 CP-35 Competitive Professional Development
 Short Term Management or Technical Training
 Developmental Assignments
 University Education Programs
 Joint Military Intelligence College (JMIC)
 Additional Key Training Opportunities
 Area Study Programs / State Department, Foreign Service Institute
 Exceptional Intelligence Analyst Program (EIAP)
 Harvard University Seminar on Intelligence and Policy
 Harvard University Program for Senior Executive Fellows (SEF)
 National Security Management Course (NSMC)
 Military Intelligence Corps


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Appendix A
 Master Training Plan (MTP) - Competencies

 Structure of Appendix
 Competency Requirements
 Standards of Competency/Professional Certification
 Group 1. Common/Core (Technical Track)
 Group 2. Supervisory/Managerial (Supervisory/Managerial Track)
 Group 3. Collection Management
 Group 4. Production/Analysis
 Group 5. Security Countermeasures(SCM)/Counterintelligence(CI)
 Group 6. Education/Training
 Group 7. Intelligence Combat Development


Appendix B - Training Compendium  (Reserved)
 - Courses to Attain Competencies
 (See section titled "Training Sources" for web links to training organizations)

Appendix C  (Reserved)
 - Intelligence Community Officer Training Requirements

Appendix DRequires MS Word
 - Documentation of Competency

Appendix E Requires MS Word
 - Professional Certification Documentation

Appendix F
 - Intern Career Development Program And Associated Documentation FormatsRequires MS Word

Appendix G  (Reserved)
 - Certification of Career Level

Appendix H  (Reserved)
 - Military Intelligence Civilian Excepted Career Program (MICECP)

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