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CIVILIAN PERSONNEL MOBILIZATION and DEPLOYMENT. AGENDA. PART I – MOBILIZATION PLANNING PART II – DEPLOYMENT. PART I – MOBILIZATION PLANNING. --POLICY -- ASSUMPTIONS -- INSTALLATION MOBILIZATION COMMITTEE -- CONTENTS OF MOBILIZATION PLAN -- MANPOWER GUIDANCE

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agenda
AGENDA
  • PART I – MOBILIZATION PLANNING
  • PART II – DEPLOYMENT
part i mobilization planning
PART I – MOBILIZATION PLANNING
  • --POLICY
  • -- ASSUMPTIONS
  • -- INSTALLATION MOBILIZATION COMMITTEE
  • -- CONTENTS OF MOBILIZATION PLAN
  • -- MANPOWER GUIDANCE
  • -- MANPOWER REQUIREMENTS
  • -- KEY POSITION
  • -- EMERGENCY-ESSENTIAL POSITION
  • -- EMERGENCY-ESSENTIAL EMPLOYEE
army civilian mobilization policy
ARMY CIVILIANMOBILIZATION POLICY

Develop plans to identify, train, deploy and sustain Army civilians required to perform

emergency essential functions in support of the military mission

Source: AMOPES, Annex E, Appendix 3

combatant command responsibilities assumption
Combatant Command Responsibilities Assumption!
  • Identify requirements (numbers and skills)
  • Establish deployment criteria (medical and physical requirements, clothing and equipment, weapons issue policy, training)
  • Accountability
  • In-theater processing site
  • Establish Tour of Duty

SOURCE: AR 690-11, Chapter 1-7

assumptions
ASSUMPTIONS
  • LOSS OF ARMY CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES WHO ARE
  • MEMBERS OF THE READY RESERVE OR RETIRED
  • MILITARY SUBJECT TO RECALL
  • INCREASED CIVILIAN REQUIREMENTS TO:
  • -- REPLACE SOLDIERS SENT TO THEATER
  • -- PROVIDE SUPPORT IN THE THEATER
  • LIMITED FUNDING
installation mobilization committee
INSTALLATION MOBILIZATIONCOMMITTEE
  • PLANNERS FROM EACH INSTALLATION DIRECTORATE
  • SUPPORTING TENANT (HOSPITAL, SCHOOL HOUSE, NETCOM, ACA)
  • KEY RESOURCE MEMBERS: G1, G4, CPAC, DRM
  • IDENTIFY NEEDS
  • SHARE RESOURCES
  • MUST FUNCTION AS A COHESIVE PLANNING UNIT
contents of installation mobilization plans
Contents of Installation Mobilization Plans
  • PROJECTED REQUIREMENTS BY SKILL AND GRADE
  • DESIGNATE AND TRAIN CIVILIAN PERSONNEL FOR
  • MOBILIZATION CADRE, WHERE APPROPRIATE
  • LIST OF ALL CIVILIAN JOBS REQUIRING OUTSIDE HIRE
  • IDENTIFY HIGHLY SPECIALIZED SCARCE SKILLS
  • PLAN FOR NAF EXPANSION
  • FUNCTIONS THAT INCREASE/DECREASE – CIVILIAN IMPACT
  • ACCESS TO INSTALLATION
manpower planning guidance
MANPOWER PLANNING GUIDANCE
  • Maximum decentralization of planning and execution (peacetime/emergencies)
  • Outside hiring used when internal resources not available and funding is available
  • CPAC/CPOC must directly participate in the planning stages for mobilization

SOURCE: AR 570-4

manpower requirements
Manpower Requirements
  • Identified on Peacetime and MOBTDA
  • Positions dropped/added upon mobilization
  • Projected pre-planned reassignments and promotions
  • Military recall losses
  • Borrowed military manpower replacements
  • Replacement of pre-positioned assets
  • Resources shared by different activities

SOURCE: AR 570-4

key position
KEY POSITION
  • Definition: Army position that CANNOT be vacated during a national emergency or mobilization without seriously impairing capability of the agency to function effectively and MAY NOT be filled by Ready Reservists or military retirees with recall obligation.
  • NOTE: Ready reservists who are designated “key” employees or who occupy a “key” position shall be transferred to Standby reserves or Retired reserves except upon declaration of partial mobilization.

SOURCE: DOD 1200.7, Enclosure 2

AR 690-11, Section 1-11

key position continued
KEY POSITION(Continued)

CRITERIA

  • Located in CONUS
  • Technical or managerial skills unique to employee
  • Mobilization/relocation assignment in an Agency having emergency functions IAW EO 12656
  • Industrial/manpower mobilization IAW EO 12656
  • Can be filled in a reasonable time after mobilization or alternate incumbent be identified during peacetime
  • Associated with defense mobilization
  • Other factors related to the national defense, health or safety that will make the incumbent unavailable for mobilization
emergency essential position
EMERGENCY-ESSENTIAL POSITION
  • Definition - DOD 1404.10
  • Position overseas OR to be transferred overseas
  • during a crisis situation - or - requires incumbent
  • to deploy or perform temporary duty assignments
  • overseas in support of a military operation
  • Criteria
  • Position required to ensure success of combat
  • operations or to support combat essential
  • systems
  • Position contains highly specialized or technical
  • duties which must be performed during
  • hostilities, contingency operations, etc
  • E-E positions can be located OCONUS or CONUS.
  • SOURCE: AR 690-11, Section 1-10
emergency essential employee
EMERGENCY ESSENTIAL EMPLOYEE
  • Conditions of Employment
  • Signed Agreement
  • Prepare Family Care Plan
  • Meet medical & fitness requirements
  • Identify blood type for medical purposes
  • Participate in training
  • Direct deposit of pay
  • Exempt from military recall
remember
REMEMBER
  • PLANNING WILL DETERMINE THE SUCCESS OR

FAILURE OF THE ARMY’S MOBILIZATION AND

DEPLOYMENT MISSION

part ii deployment
PART II – DEPLOYMENT
  • -- ONE TEAM
  • -- AUTHORITY TO DEPLOY
  • -- Civilians Deployed
  • -- Combatant Commanders Responsibilities
  • -- Why Deploy
  • -- PROCESSING AND DEPARTURE POINTS
  • -- DEPLOYMENT FUNCTIONS
  • -- ENTITLEMENTS
  • -- POLICY REFERENCES
  • -- Current Issues
  • -- The Future
  • -- WEB SITES
one team
ONE TEAM

Active Joint Service Members

Individual Ready Reserve Soldiers

Department of Defense Civilians

Contract Civilians

Red Cross Civilians

Civilians from other agencies

authority to deploy
AUTHORITY TO DEPLOY
  • Commanders’ Options
  • Use Pre-identified emergency essentials
  • Seek Volunteers
  • Direct Assignments
civilians deployed
KOSOVO, MACEDONIA

JOINT GUARDIAN

CIVILIANS DEPLOYED

BOSNIA, CROATIA,

HUNGARY

JOINT FORGE

AFGHANISTAN

ENDURING FREEDOM

PAKISTAN, UZBEKISTAN

ENDURING FREEDOM

KUWAIT

IRAQI FREEDOM

IRAQ

IRAQI FREEDOM

HONDURAS

JTF-BRAVO

SAUDI ARABIA, BAHRAIN

ENDURING FREEDOM

DA CIVILIANS 1,911

DA CONTRACTORS 4,436

OTHERS (RED CROSS & AAFES) 477

TOTAL 6,824

OTHER OPERATIONS

& EXERCISES

AS OF 10 May 04

combatant command responsibilities in theater
Combatant Command Responsibilities(In Theater)
  • Command and control – unit assigned/attached
  • Support - Administrative, Logistical, Medical
  • Protect – Weapons for self protection, housing, standards of conduct
  • Account - tracking
  • Report – SITREPS, casualty reports

SOURCE: AR 690-11

why do we deploy civilians during military operations
Why do we deploy civilians during military operations?
  • Provide expertise not available through uniform Service members
  • Lessen PERSTEMPO on uniform members
  • Continuous logistical support
  • Most effective use of Government resources
  • Uncertainty of host nation support
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CRCs BY IMA REGIONS

Northwest

Northeast

Yakima Training

Center

Fort Lewis

Vancouver Barracks (USAR)

USA Cold Reg Lab

Umatilla Chem Depot

Natick R & D Ctr

Fort Drum

Fort Devens RFTA (USAR)

Watervliet Ars

USAG Selfridge

Fort McCoy (USAR)

Ft. Hamilton

West Point

Tobyhanna Army Depot

Detroit Ars

Picatinny Arsenal

Carlisle

Barracks

Charles E. Kelly Spt Fac (USAR)

Rock Island Arsenal

Fort Monmouth

Fort Dix (USAR)

Iowa AAP

Letterkenny

AD

Lima Army

Tank Plt

Aberdeen Proving Ground

Sierra Army Depot

Ft Detrick

Ft. AP Hill

IMA HQ

Dugway Proving Ground

Deseret Chem Depot

Lake City

AAP

Fort Eustis

Adelphi Lab Ctr

Fort Carson

Fort Monroe

Fort

Leavenworth

Camp Parks (USAR)

Tooele AD

Fort Riley

Hawthorne AD

Fort Lee

Fort Leonard Wood

Fort Story

Pueblo Depot

Riverbank AAP

Walter Reed

Radford AAP

Kansas AAP

Blue Grass AD

Fort McNair

Presidio of Monterey

Ft. Meade

Fort Myer

Fort Hunter Liggett (USAR)

Fort Knox

Fort Belvoir

Fort Sill

Holston AAP

Fort Campbell

Fort Irwin

Fort Bragg

MOT Sunny Point

Milan AAP

McAlester AAP

Yuma Proving Ground

Redstone Arsenal

Pine Bluff

Ars

Fort Jackson

Fort Gordon

Anniston AD

Red River AD

White Sands Missile Testing Center

Lone Star AAP

Louisiana

AAP

Fort Huachuca

Fort McPherson

Fort Bliss (ACTIVE)

Ft. Gillem

Director Locations

NE: Ft Monroe

SE: Ft McPherson

NW: Rock Island Arsenal

SW: Ft Sam Houston

Europe: Heidelberg

Pacific: Ft Shafter

Korea: Yongsan

Fort Polk

Fort Benning (ACTIVE)

Fort Rucker

Fort Hood

Hunter Army Airfield

Pacific

Fort Stewart

Fort Sam Houston

Camp Stanley Storage Actv

Fort Wainwright

Mississippi AAP

Ft. Greely

Tokyo/Yokohama

Akizuki/Kure

Zama/Sagamihara

Southeast

Corpus Christi AD

USAG Miami

Fort Richardson

Fort Shafter

  • Overseas:
  • Europe
  • Korea

Southwest

Ft Buchanan, PR

Schofield Barracks

Kwajalein

Okinawa

crc deployment functions
CRC DEPLOYMENT FUNCTIONS
  • Command and control
  • Ensure completion of soldier/civilian readiness processing (SRP)
  • Coordinate theater specific equipment, training and clothing
  • Coordinate and conduct deployment and redeployment briefings
  • Coordinate movement to and from POE/POD
  • Provide accountability of deploying individuals to DA, HRC and theater
  • Redeployment

SOURCE: DA Pam 600-81

civilian entitlements
CIVILIAN ENTITLEMENTS
  • ID Cards/Tags
  • Geneva Convention
  • Identification and Privilege
  • Danger Pay (DSSR)
  • Post Hardship Differential (DSSR)
  • Overtime (Pay Cap)
  • Medical care
  • Use of MWR facilities
  • Protective Clothing/Equipment
  • Training
  • First aid/field survival tasks
  • Proper use of protective clothing/equipment
  • Weapons (if authorized by Combatant CDR)
  • Casualty Benefits
  • Notification of next of kin
  • Military escort of remains
  • US flag for casket
references
REFERENCES
  • DA Personnel Policy Guidance (Sep 04)
  • DODD 1404.10, Emergency Essential (E-E) DOD US Citizen Civilian Employees
  • DODD 1200.7, Screening the Ready Reserve (E-E & Key)
  • AR 690-11, Use and Management of Civilian Personnel in Support of Military Contingency Operations
  • DA Pam 690-47, DA Civilian Employee Deployment Guide
  • DA Pam 600-81, Information Handbook for Operating Continental United States (CONUS) Replacement Centers and Individual Deployment Sites
references cont
References (Cont)
  • DODD 1400.31, “DOD Civilian Work Force Contingency and Emergency Planning and Execution
  • DODI 1400.32, “DOD Civilian Work Force Contingency and Emergency Planning Guidelines and Procedures
  • DODD 1404.10 “Emergency-Essential (E-E) DOD US Citizen Civilian Employees
  • DODI 3020.37 “Continuation of Essential DOD Contractor Services During Crises
  • Joint Publication 1-0, “Doctrine for Personnel Support for Joint Operations” (pending revision)
current issues
CURRENT ISSUES
  • Accountability
  • Physical/Medical requirements
  • Deployment Initiatives
  • Pay
  • Temporary Storage
  • Insurance
the future
THE FUTURE

More dependent than ever on civilians

Trained and ready

Continued Deployments

Mobility--natural part of doing business

web sites
WEB SITES
  • www.cpol.army.mil
  • Legal/regulatory
  • Army regulations and policy
  • ARs and DA Pams
  • www.cpms.osd.mil
  • Civilian preparedness
  • www.odcsper.army.mil
  • Personnel Policy Guidance
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