The Federal Executive Institute (FEI) in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Army Civilian managers at GS-15 or pay-band equivalent levels ONLY will be accepted into the LDS program.
To develop career executive competencies, linking individual development to improved agency performance.
|Description||This four-week program is targeted for Army Civilian Managers at the GS-15 or pay band equivalent level. It is held at the Office of Personnel Management's Federal Executive Institute in Charlottesville, Virginia. LDS is designed to improve the leadership skills of senior career federal government executives to enhance individual and organizational performance. It focuses on personal leadership, transforming organizations, policy in a Constitutional system, and global context for executive action. Training consists of large seminar and small breakout sessions guided by professional facilitators.|
Applications packages (original plus a copy) will be forwarded through command channels
- respective Army Command (ACOM), Army Service Component Command (ASCC), Direct Reporting Unit (DRU), the Office of the Administrative Assistant
to the Secretary of the Army (OAASA), or Civilian Personnel Director. The nomination suspense dates above are HQDA suspense dates.
Please check with your local training coordinator for local and/or Army command suspense dates. Application packets received from individuals who do not meet
ALL eligibility by the designated HQDA suspense date will not be processed and returned through command channels.
Selection And Notification
The nominations are reviewed by HQDA and will be disapproved if they are incomplete, poorly written, or applicant does not meet eligibility and/or program requirements. Selectees are notified by DAMO-TRV through command channels.
Tuition cost $19,875.00 for a 4-week class.
All costs are paid by the participant's organization. Command funded nominations/endorsements must state that local resources are available. Nominations packets received that do not contain this statement will NOT be processed.
Applicants/commands requesting career program funding support must contact the respective Career Program Functional Chief Representative for additional information.
The ACTEDS Training Catalog