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  1. Airman AssignmentsAFSC 1C1X1/1C7X1 Chief Edward F. Hassan Enlisted Command and Control Assignments AFPC/DPAAD3

  2. Overview • Roles and Responsibilities • AFSC Requirements and 1C1X1/1C7X1 Manning • Personnel Distribution/Assignments • AFSC Functional Issues

  3. 268,577 ENLISTED 91,500 ASGMTS/YR 1.2 MILLION EMAILS/YR 500K+ CALLS/YR People“Dynamics of Our Business” • 2 Personnel Officers • 4 Civilians • 85 Enlisted • 12 Backshop Personnel • 22 Functional Advisors • 49 Asgmt NCOs • 2 Info Mgrs Ratio 1 - 6,000

  4. People“Worldwide Commitments” CONUS 76% Perm – 194,464 Student – 10,310 Europe 11% Short – 4,077 Long – 25,289 Pacific 13% Short –10,038 Long – 23,880 Other <1% Short - 478 Long - 41

  5. Roles and Responsibilities • Career Field Manager – Defines Utilization/Employment • AFPC Functional Manager - Man MAJCOMs/Units Based On: • Mission Priorities • Equitable Distribution (Each MAJCOM’s “Fair Share”) • Fiscal Responsibility (Limited Number Of PCS Actions) • MAJCOM Functional Manager – Man Units Based On: • Mission Priorities • Equitable Distribution (Each Unit’s “Fair Share”) • Squadron Managers - Works With Installation MPF On Assignment Issues; MAJCOM/AFPC On Functional Issues

  6. AFPC Functional Manager Role • Develop/Manage System To Distribute Assets • Functional Assignment Policies/Priorities • Special Manning Points • Overseas Allocations/CONUS Returnees • Validate EQUAL Plus Ads/Select Personnel • Technical Training Grads • Trained Personnel Requirements (TPR)

  7. AFPC Functional Manager Role • Using Standard Assignment Processes/Policies, Man Units Based On: • Mission Priorities • USAF/MAJCOM Defined Special Manning Points • Career Field Priorities • Equitable Distribution (Each MAJCOMs “Fair Share”) • Fiscal Responsibility (Limited Number Of PCS Actions) • Work With AFPC Ensuring Fairness To Individuals • Visibility (EQUAL/EQUAL Plus) • Equity (Assignment Processes; “Rack and Stack”) • Sensitivity (Humanitarian/EFMP)

  8. AFPC Functional Manager Role • Educate Career Field • Functional Distribution/Assignment Procedures; “Answer The Mail” • Liaison With AFPC (Not Limited To Assignments) • Liaison With 1C0X2 Career Field Manager • Provide Impact/Recommend COA(Not Approval/ Disapproval Authority) • PALACE CHASE (ANG/AFR) • Special Duty Release • HYT Waivers/Retirements • Withdrawal Of Assignment Declination

  9. MAJCOM Functional Manager Role • Understand Career Field Issues/Mission Priorities • Know Manpower Requirements (Review UMD/UPMR) • Work Directly With MAJCOM/DP To Define Manning Requirements/Priorities • Identify Functional Issues And Manpower Changes to AFPC FAM Early • Distribute Manning to Units Based On MAJCOM Manning Priorities • Understand Personnel Processes And How Career Field Uses Them (SRBs, Assignments, TPR, Training, etc) • Mentor Subordinate Organizations

  10. Squadron Manager Role • Understand Career Field/MAJCOM Issues and Priorities • Know Manpower Requirements (Review UMD/UPMR) • Work Directly With MAJCOM Functional Manager To Determine “Fair Share” (Never Enough Resources); Review MAJCOM, Base, and Unit Manning • Work Directly With Installation MPF On Assignment Issues; MAJCOM/AFPC On Functional Issues • Understand Personnel Processes And How To Use Them (Reenlistments, Separations, Assignments, OJT) • Mentor Subordinates

  11. AFSC Requirements Career Field Manning

  12. 1C1X1 Manning Update • Manning Rates at 72% • Significant Shortages Skilled Grades (TSgt -CMSgt) • 20 1C1X1 working out side careerfield • Annual Accessions (Trained Personnel Reqmt (TPR)) • FY06: TPR 330 • FY07: TPR 265 • FY08: TPR 265 • Outlook For CY06 and Beyond Affected By… • World Events, OPSTEMPO, Economic Conditions, Etc.

  13. 1C1 Sustainment Picture Nov 05

  14. 1C7X1 Manning Update • Manning Rates at 74% • 11 1C7X1 working out side careerfield • Annual Accessions (Trained Personnel Reqmt (TPR)) • FY06: TPR 70 • FY07: TPR 72 • FY08: TPR 72 • Outlook For CY06 and Beyond Affected By… • World Events, OPSTEMPO, Economic Conditions, Etc.

  15. 1C7 Sustainment Picture Nov 05

  16. 1C1 Manning As of: 21 Feb 06

  17. 1C7 Manning As of: 21 Feb 06

  18. Personnel Distribution & Assignments

  19. Assignment “Roadmap” • From CONUS To Any CONUS Requirement • Very Limited Process • Vulnerable For O/S Assignment • Mainly Limited to FTA BOP, Join Spouse • Critical Command Leveling Across All MAJCOMs • From Overseas To Any Requirement • CCs Scrutinize IPCOTs and DEROS/OTEIP Extensions For 3/5-levels; Personnel Flow Must Continue • May PCS OCONUS to OCONUS (COT)

  20. Assignment “Roadmap” • Subsequent Assignments • Manpower Requirements, Overseas Rotations, and Command of Entitlement Determine 95% Of Assignment Requirements • No Hierarchy Or Secret Roadmap; Assignments Not Directly Linked To Promotions • Members Should Focus on “Depth and Breadth” • Each Member Has Choices; Key Is Proper Planning

  21. Assignment Programs • O/S Rotational Assignments (AFPC/MAJCOM) • Discretionary Programs (MPF/AFPC) • Join Spouse • First Term Airman/Career Airman BOP • Voluntary Stabilized Base Assignment Program • CONUS Exchange/Expanded Permissive • Humanitarian/EFMP • Command Leveling (MAJCOM/AFPC)

  22. Assignment Programs(O/S Rotational Assignments) • Primary Mechanism To Move Airman • Worldwide Manning Averages Determine Command Entitlement • May be different than total AFSC manning • Calculated by AFSC, Grade, and Skill-Level • Based On Number Of Special Manning Points Requiring 100% Fill At AF Expense • Functional Manager Review Averages With DP; Additional Allocations Based On Unique Circumstances

  23. Assignment Programs(Discretionary Programs) • Standard Programs • Join Spouse • First Term Airman/Career Airman BOP • Voluntary Stabilized Base Assignment Program • CONUS Exchange/Expanded Permissive • Humanitarian/EFMP • Follow-On/Home Basing • Discretionary Programs Affects MAJCOM Ability To Draw Entitlements, However, AFPC Guidelines In Place To Balance Local Manning

  24. Assignment Programs (Join Spouse) • Serve in own right • Join spouse intent code takes precedence over location preferences • Volunteers selected for overseas only if requirement for spouse exists within 6 months of RNLTD • Non-volunteers selected for overseas will have their spouse considered for a vacancy • Concurrent short tours (join spouse intent code “A”)

  25. Assignment Programs(Base of Preference) • First Term Airman (FTA) • CJR tied into the application process • 8 months TOS to apply – 12 months to PCS • OS returnees can apply • OS Vulnerability Not a Factor • Career Airman • 41 month TOS to apply – 48 months to PCS • OS vulnerability considered • Losing manning is a factor

  26. Assignment Programs(Command Leveling) • Least Desirable Method To Adjust Manning • Other Inbounds/Outbounds Affect Distribution • Process Between AFPC, MAJCOM, MPF • MAJCOM Identifies Requirement To AFPC • MAJCOM Targets Favorable Units And Selects Personnel Eligible To PCS • AFPC Reviews For O/S Vulnerability/Quality • MAJCOM Sends Requirements/Selects to MPFs For Vol/Non-Vol Status • MAJCOM Matches Personnel To Requirements; Transmits To AFPC To Load Assignment

  27. EQUAL Overseas Cycle Report to New Assignment MPF Interview AssignmentNotification Matching/ PDS Flow OfficialNotification—7-Day OptWindow “Dream Sheet”:Member Input WWW MPFCSS UpdatePreferences Validationby AFPC WWW MPFCSS AdvertiseRequirements Under EQUAL Keys Allocations Match Validation MAJCOMValidates Requirements MemberReviewsEQUAL List Determine MAJCOM Requirements 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Timeline in Weeks

  28. The Process“Overseas Selection Priority” 1.COT Volunteers 2.CONUS Volunteers a. Short Tour Volunteer b. Extended Tour Volunteer c. Standard Tour Volunteer 3.Non-Volunteers a. By ODSD for Long Tour Selections b. By Fewest # of Short Tours and c. STRD for Short Tour Selections Note: We select short tour assignments FIRST!

  29. OCONUS Vulnerability • Date Arrived Station Determines Eligibility; Basis For Volunteer Assignments • Non-Volunteer Vulnerability Based On Overseas Return Dates, Number Of Tours, Etc. • Selection As A Non-Vol Is A Factor Of: • Number Of Requirements • Number Of Volunteers • Eligibility/Ineligibility Of Non-Vols Before You • Generally, Expect One Short/Long Tour By Grade Of MSgt; May Change Tour Expectations In Future Years

  30. Dynamics of Our Business(1C1 Personnel Requirements) 178 1497 2294 450 792 ASSIGNMENT AREA AVAILABILITY FOR OVERSEAS ASSIGNMENT

  31. Dynamics of Our Business(1C7 Personnel Requirements) 54 173 514 215 596 ASSIGNMENT AREA AVAILABILITY FOR OVERSEAS ASSIGNMENT

  32. OCONUS Vulnerability • Eligible for Overseas Roster (EOS) • Commonly referred to as “THE LIST” • EOS is extremely fluid • Everyone listed at least twice – depending on volunteer status • Automatically racks and stacks personnel • AFSC • Grade • Volunteer status • O/S vulnerability (short and long tours)

  33. 1C1 OCONUS Assignments(Short Tours) 2006

  34. 1C1 OCONUS Assignments(Long Tours) 2006

  35. 1C7 OCONUS Assignments(Short Tours) 2006

  36. 1C7 OCONUS Assignments(Long Tours) 2006

  37. The Process “Overseas Allocation Cycle Schedule” RNLTD OCT/NOV/DEC 06 JAN/FEB/MAR 07 APR/MAY/JUN 07 JUL/AUG/SEP 07 AVAILABLE TO CUSTOMER 1 FEB 06 3 MAY 06 2 AUG 06 2 NOV 06 PREF DUE 16 FEB 06 20 MAY 06 18 AUG 06 21 NOV 06 PDS FLOW 24 FEB 06 27 MAY 06 26 AUG 06 29 NOV 06 NOTE: DATES SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO SYSTEM AVAILABILITY

  38. EQUAL Overseas Returnee Process MPF Interview Report to New Assignment AssignmentNotification “Dream Sheet”:Member Input Matching PDS Flow OfficialNotification—7-Day OptWindow WWW MPFCSS UpdatePreferences Validationby AFPC WWW MPFCSS AdvertiseRequirements Under EQUAL Keys Identification Allocations Match Validation MemberReviewsEQUAL List MAJCOMValidates Requirements Determine MAJCOM Requirements DEROS Forecast Identify Number of Overseas Returnees 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Timeline in Weeks

  39. The Process “Returnee Allocation Cycle Schedule” DEROS AUG/SEP/OCT 06 NOV/DEC/JAN 06/07 FEB/MAR/APR 07 MAY/JUN/JUL 07 PDS FLOW 06 MAY 06 05 AUG 06 4 NOV 06 3 FEB 07 AVAILABLE TO CUSTOMER 11 APR 06 12 JUL 06 11 OCT 06 10 JAN 07 PREF DUE 29 Apr 06 28 JUL 06 27 OCT 06 26 JAN 07 NOTE: DATES SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO SYSTEM AVAILABILITY

  40. The Process “OSR/CMM Selection Priority” • 17 Month or Less Unaccompanied & Dependent Restricted Tour • All Other 17 Month or Less Tours & Dependents Are Not Restricted • 18 Month or More Tour, Regardless of Accompanied Status • Code 50 personnel • No Preferences Update Matching Equal Each group arranged by: # Short Tours DEROS Extensions of 6/12 Months Rank, DOR, TAFMSD

  41. The Process“EQUAL-Plus” • Advertises unique assignments • Special duties • Joint/Departmental duties • Short notice assignments • CMSgt assignments • Provides job description/qualifications • Locations • Points of contact • Vol by date • Updated weekly

  42. EQUAL-Plus Process • Job Advertised for Minimum of 20 Days • Volunteers • Outright Volunteers for Six Digit Job Ad • Volunteers for State/Area/Region/Locale • Non-Volunteer(s) • Overseas - Most Eligible Non-vol from EOS • CONUS • Racked/Stacked by DAS • Availability (HYT, AAC, ALC)

  43. AFSC Functional Issues

  44. Special Duty Process • Greater Emphasis - Enlisted Aerospace Leaders • Availability • Special Duty Listing Maintained At MPF; Positions Advertised On EQUAL Plus • Volunteers/Non-Volunteers Considered (MTI/Recruit) • Require Release From AFSC Functional Manager; Factors Include: • Career Field, MAJCOM, and Unit Manning • Individual Assignment History; Job Posting • Unit Endorsement (Consistency)

  45. Enlisted Retention

  46. First Term Airman Retention ** 2002 Data Affected by STOP LOSS

  47. Second Term Airman Retention ** 2002 Data Affected by STOP LOSS

  48. Career Airman Retention ** 2002 Data Affected by STOP LOSS

  49. SSgt Promotions

  50. SSgt Promotions 245.37 257.34 244.6 CCS Promotion at 1.2 Times AF Average