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Procurement Forum March 12, 2008 Agenda. Welcome Performance Appraisal Rating System and Guidelines 210.S Overview Contractor Performance Evaluations (NF 1680) Closeout Best Practices Wrap-Up. Performance Guidelines (in connection with the Center’s New Rating System).

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procurement forum march 12 2008 agenda

Procurement Forum March 12, 2008Agenda

Welcome

Performance Appraisal Rating System and Guidelines

210.S Overview

Contractor Performance Evaluations (NF 1680)

Closeout Best Practices

Wrap-Up

performance guidelines in connection with the center s new rating system

Performance Guidelines(in connection with the Center’s New Rating System)

Procurement Operations Division March 12, 2008

background
Background
  • What is new is the 5 tier rating system
    • In the last 5 years, we’ve gone from Pass/Fail to a 3-tiered system to the 5-tier one
  • New rating levels and definitions of top 3
    • Significantly Exceeds: Performance that consistently exceeds the performance standards to an exceptional degree
    • Exceeds: Performance that consistently exceeds the performance standards to a high degree
    • Meets: Performance that fully and consistently meets the performance standards
key elements
Key Elements
  • Performance ratings for these top 3 levels all use the word “consistency”
  • Distinguishing between these 3 levels shows up in whether you meet defined standards or exceed them and to what degree
guidelines for 210
Guidelines for 210
  • Management Team has been working since November 2007 to more clearly “define,” by performance element, what it takes to Meet each element and how an employee might exceed it
  • Developed a Performance Guideline document to be posted following this briefing
    • It is not a checklist
    • It is not all-encompassing
    • It is a consolidated effort to describe what will be considered in evaluating performance
guidelines for 210 continued
Guidelines for 210 (continued)
  • These guidelines should
    • Be used when discussing performance with supervisors
    • Be flexible enough to be used by all skill groups, all grade levels
    • Be considered helpful and not restrictive in any way
    • Provide examples of what individuals can do
    • Assist in developing meaningful IDP’s
    • Go hand-in-hand with our Attributes for Excellence
      • Which is more behavior based but does contain some similarities
recommendations
Recommendations
  • Review this document as soon as you can to ensure that it is clear to you
    • Set up a meeting with your supervisor if you need clarification or have a question(s)
    • Have conversation to further explore “what an item looks like” or “what it doesn’t look like” if something looks too vague or something appears unachievable from where you sit
      • Discussion can be via one-on-one or in a group setting
  • Periodically re-review the document and use in preparation for progress and development reviews with your supervisor
  • Remember it is a guide . . .