Human Resources 101. Presented by: NMSC. Objectives. Define Manpower Management What is Total Force Manpower Delineate Manpower Personnel Flow Process Define Managers Responsibilities Define Manpower Requirements Define Manpower Authorizations Define End Strength and Compensation
Presented by: NMSC
Define Manpower Management
What is Total Force Manpower
Delineate Manpower Personnel Flow Process
Define Managers Responsibilities
Define Manpower Requirements
Define Manpower Authorizations
Define End Strength and Compensation
Demonstrate Manpower & Personnel Systems relationships
Identify the Mission, Function, Task
Determine the requirements
Program Billet (BSO 18)
Personnel Assets to the Fleet
FAIR SHARE of INVENTORY
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Military personnel who are not considered force structure manpower and consists of two categories:
Transients, Patients, Prisoners, and Holdees (TPPH)
Students, trainees, cadets and midshipmen
*These are not reflected on your AMD
Manpower requirements provide the Navy a dynamic system for planning, programming, and budgeting total force manpower resources to support the operating forces and the shore establishment under peacetime and wartime conditions.
Shall be base of fulfilling the approved Navy mission and shall be based on directed Missions, Functions, and Tasks (MFTs)
All requirements are to be reflected on the AMD per OPNAVINST 1000.16K, it is recommended that your AMD be verified monthly
Workload shall be determined using industrial engineering or other justifiable techniques which yield accurate manpower requirements. This is where the Navy Medicine Manpower Analyst Team (NM MAT) is involved at Navy Medicine Support Command (NMSC).
-Workload shall be determined using industrial engineering or other justifiable techniques which yield accurate manpower requirements.
-The approved Navy standard workweeks are the key element used in the calculating manpower requirements.
All civilian and contractor manpower requirements shall be reflected on the AMD at a minimum as Full-Time Equivalents (FTEs).
Note: FTE equals 1 manpower work year.
If you have two part time Nurses for one billet, do they equal one FTE?
Contactor billets are on the AMD same as the civilian, the only thing that is different is there are zero’s put on the authorization line for pay grade and occupational series.
The term manpower requirements authorization describes a manpower requirement supported by approved funding and end strength. Authorizations are the basis for the planning and distribution of military personnel inventory. Authorizations are a reflection of BSO input & represent estimates for use in planning and programming through Total Force Manpower Management System
After a Resource Sponsor has funded and authorized 90% of the requirements, the the Activity Manpower Document (AMD) is assembled. The AMD reflects both funded and un-funded requirements for a single Unit Identification Code (UIC). This is a billet.
When we speak of MANPOWER, we speak of PLACES OR
SPACES, NOT PEOPLE.
A requirement can be funded or unfunded. An unfunded requirement may not have flavor i.e., it may not be Active Duty, Full Time Support or Selected Reserves. Once a requirement is funded it becomes an authorization.
A requirement should be as generic as possible i.e., a Petty Officer and 1000 Series Designator requirement.
Billet: an unfunded or funded requirement (an authorization), that has been defined by pay grade, designator, rate, NOBC, NEC, Occ Series, ect..
Authorization: when funding is applied to a qualitized requirement.
End Strength: the number of spaces which can be filled in a given fiscal year, as authorized by Congress. A “ceiling number” or a “floor number” issued in the Authorization Act.
Requirements: Validated Navy needsBillet: Requirement plus quality (Desig, Rate, Officer, Enlisted, or Occ Series)Authorizations: Funded portion of requirementEnd Strength: Total allowance of paid places approved by Congress Requirement + End Strength = Authorization
REQUIREMENTS AND AUTHORIZATIONS
personnel and strength planning
and personnel distribution
When aggregated to various Navy Levels form the basis for:
Minimum Skill IAW mission, function and tasking
May stand alone
Used to support the POM process
Is not eliminated unless a change in mission, function or task
Must be supported by resourcing
May not stand alone
Indicates the manpower for the requirement (primary or alternate)
If resources are removed, the authorization is removed.
Military Personnel (Active Duty and Reserves)
Civilian Personnel (Civil Service and Contractor)
Borrowed Labor (Not under UIC)
Individual Account (IAs)
Officer Programmed authorizations
Provides the projected officer authorizations for the out years.
Used for community management.
Enlisted Programmed Authorizations
Provides the projected enlisted authorizations for the out years.
Used for community management.
TFMMS: Total Force Manpower Management System
TMMCA: TFMMS Micro Management Change Application
DCPDS: Defense Civilian Personnel Data System
DMHRSi: Defense Medical Health Reporting System internet
AMPPS: Activity Manpower Personnel Processing System
Why do you need to track civilian billets on your AMD?
The AMD is official manning document for your activity, it shows the commands Total Force.
You got Part Time civilians sharing a position, How do you annotate this on your AMD?
Put it in parenthesize as (Sharing).
Do you account for borrowed labor on your AMD?
No, they are not from your UIC, they are borrowed from another activity.
Navy Total Force maintains the mission to attract, recruit, develop, assign and retain the right people to meet the demands of the Navy and the Joint Force. While today these roles focus on the military workforce, Navy Total Force sets a horizon for the integration of career management of the civilian workforce.
AMD – Activity Manpower Document Single authorative source of manpower requirements and authorizations for a naval activity.
OPINS - Officer Personnel Information Navy System -The officer personnel data system updated by PSD input.
NES - Navy Enlisted System - The enlisted personnel data system updated by PSD input.
PEP - Personnel Exchange Program - The swapping of U.S. Navy personnel for foreign military personnel.