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FY14 Force Management Program Status and Way Ahead. Lt Col Rick Garcia Chief, Retirements and Separations 8 Apr 14. Overview. History Program Changes Latest News Road Ahead. History. June 2013 AF working with OMB on budgetary concerns and what changes would come over FYDP Jul-Nov 2013

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FY14 Force Management Program Status and Way Ahead

Lt Col Rick Garcia

Chief, Retirements and Separations

8 Apr 14

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Overview

  • History
  • Program Changes
  • Latest News
  • Road Ahead
history
History
  • June 2013
    • AF working with OMB on budgetary concerns and what changes would come over FYDP
  • Jul-Nov 2013
    • AF working under Acting SecAF to expand FY14 program to lead turn FY15 PB end strength cuts
  • Dec 2013
    • OMB approved decisions on budget; reduction in AD End Strength needed to meet new budget
    • AF launches largest FM program in history with simultaneous publishing of 8 separate PSDMs
history cont
History(cont.)
  • Jan – Feb 2014
    • Minor revisions to each program continue as programs mature
  • Mar 2014
    • CSAF directed reevaluation of requirements and projected manning
    • New SecAF approved FY14/15 programs
  • Apr 2014
    • First TERA window closed, application processing continues
    • SecAF requests some ineligible Airmen be made eligible to ensure equity/fairness
changes from kick off to now
Changes(From Kick-Off to Now)
  • Initial Program Changes
    • Directed to provide at least 6 months notification to Airmen before meeting involuntary board
    • No involuntary program without voluntary program
  • Recent Changes
    • Nuclear Enterprise – 13Ns removed from program eligibility
    • A-10s – Law requires very little impact to A-10 manning
    • New AFSCs added (after reevaluation of requirements), but none will meet boards that are already announced/PSDMs out
changes cont
Changes(cont.)
    • Airmen receive 120 days from notification to separation
  • Matrices updated
    • New AFSCs added
    • AFSCs closed out/removed due to reevaluation
    • AFSCs closed out/removed due to reaching targets
  • Adjudicating rated applications by RDTM and PAS
    • Need to ensure retention of Airmen w/specialized training for critical missions
  • Tasked to make as many Airmen who were ineligible in initial PSDMs eligible for voluntary programs
latest news
Latest News
  • AFPC received expanded ADSC waiver authority from SECAF last week
    • Table of authorities posted to myPers ~24 hours after sent to FSS/CCs, A1s, and J1s
    • PA article also published
  • Initial TERA window closed 26 March, before we received expanded authorities
  • AF has further refined numbers and new matrices published to myPers for both voluntary programs and involuntary programs
    • Still awaiting final decision on Medical targets
    • Delayed notification of TERA applications
latest news cont
Latest News(cont.)
  • Expanded ADSC waiver authority will be used for remained of current VSP window (closes 1 May 14)
    • All applications not already processed will be held until the window closes in 3 weeks
    • Final adjudication will occur with all completed applications then
    • Most fair and equitable process based upon recently eligible members/AFSCs being able to apply
    • Additionally, new pools of applicants will be made eligible, based upon removal of ineligibility factors from PSDM
road ahead
Road Ahead
  • AF will open two new TERA windows
  • First Window:
    • 15 Apr – 13 May, with Retirement date of 1 Sep 14
    • Targeted population (those ineligible previously)
      • Enlisted:
        • Deployed (pre-deployed) / Short Tour
        • Newly added AFSCs
        • Airmen with line number whose current grade Red, but projected grade Blue on matrix
      • Officer:
        • Deployed (pre-deployed) / Short Tour
        • Newly added AFSCs
        • Expanded ADSC waiver authority
road ahead cont
Road Ahead(cont.)
  • AF will open two new TERA windows
  • Second Window
    • 22 May – 30 Jun, with Retirement date of 1 Jan 15
    • Targeted population
      • Officer:
        • RIF-eligible only
    • This window will be tied to second VSP window (22 May – 30 Jun) for RIF-eligible officers only too
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Review

  • History
  • Program Changes
  • Latest News
  • Road Ahead