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  1. ACTIVITY MANPOWER DOCUMENT (AMD)

  2. AMDObjectives What is a AMD How do you read an AMD Requirements Authorizations Enlisted Specific Areas Officer Specific Areas Civillians/Contractors

  3. Purpose of the AMD The AMD is a single source document that provides the quantitative and qualitative manpower requirements (Military, Civilian and Contractor) and manpower authorizations (Military) allocated to a naval activity to perform its assigned Mission, Functions and Tasks (MFTs) or Required Operational Capability/Project Operational Environment (ROC/POE). The AMD contains current and future peacetime and mobilization manpower requirements and authorizations. It is used for personnel strength planning, recruiting, training, promotion, personnel distribution and reserve recall. It is the single official statement of organizational manning and manpower authorizations

  4. Default Billet Sequence Code (BSC)

  5. TFMMS Data Date

  6. Date Printed

  7. ACTIVITY CODE Assigned by OPNAV 10-digit code unique to each command. Last two numbers of “00” indicate a parent command. Subordinate commands will have same first eight numbers, last two will be unique to that command

  8. ACTIVITY NAME: Often shortened to the Navy PLAD Ex: NAVHOSP CPEN 1 MARDIV DET

  9. UIC: UNIT IDENTIFICATION CODE Assigned by DFAS

  10. CLAIMANT/SUB-CLAIMANT: Now known as BSO/SMB (Budget Submitting Office/Sub-Manpower Budget Submitting Office)

  11. HOME PORT GEO LOCATION: Physical location of activity

  12. S/S: Sea/Shore duty code

  13. MCA: Manning Control Authority: B= MCA Bureau (BUPERS) F= MCA Fleet (CFFC)

  14. PREDOM RSPN/AGSAG: Predominant Resource Sponsor & Activity Group/Sub-Activity Group: MONEY BAGS

  15. PACKET NUMBER DATE: Last date of activity on this AMD and packet number

  16. BIN Billet identification number A 7 digit number unique to each billet. The BIN will stay with the billet for the life of the billet.

  17. BSC Billet Sequence Code: Sequential 5 digit number to indicate location in AMD

  18. Billet Title: Description of billet.

  19. Job Code: 6 digit code assigned by “field” of duties (e.g. admin, supply, etc)

  20. Effective Bgn/End: Date of Beginning or End of billet 20710: October 2007 20810: October 2008 20907: July 2009 If no date, no change

  21. CARN/CAFC/CATR (Commercial Activities Reason Code, Commercial Activity Function Code and Commercial Activities Tracking Code) CARN: Identifies positions as Inherently Governmental or subject to completion of a study. CAFC: Identifies the functional area of responsibility, mission area and task of the billet. SSC: Identifies positions involved in the Navy’s cost-cutting plans.

  22. Authorization Information The Authorization Information resides below the regular line on the AMD. It provides the authorization information for all the Officers, Enlisted Civilians, and Contractors.

  23. MRC: Manpower Resource Code: (i.e. AD= Active Duty RA= Reserve Augment RT= Full Time Support DH= Direct Hire (civ)

  24. FAC: Functional Area Code (i.e., T= Full Time Support, I= Instructor etc.)

  25. Officer section: Indicates Designator (2000); paygrade (H); NOBC (3970), SubSp (3130Q)

  26. Enlisted section: Indicates Rate (HMC); NEC (primary and secondary) if Needed Note: EMC is auto-fill field

  27. (Organizational Code) A 10- position field used to identify the organizational level assigned to the manpower requirement/header such as Director, Department, or Division, (e.g., Dir Resources M8, Finance, Travel) Civilian section: Indicates Payplan Series, Paygrade,

  28. Review BINs Status 2 Enlisted 1 Civilian 1 Header 1 Officer

  29. Is the billet funded? Indicators to look for:

  30. Indicators to look for:

  31. Look for begin/end dates

  32. Look for MRC code and rate.

  33. Both should be listed twice: -- once for the requirement -- once for the authorization

  34. EFFECTS OF BILLETS THAT ARE PHASING OUT” (HAVE AN EFF END DT, EITHER DUE TO DELETION OR CIVILIAN CONVERSION). EXAMPLE of “20910” EFF END DT: December 2008: Billet still fully funded, has “BA”. January 2008: Billet loses “BA”/NMP and will no longer drive a detailing requisition (9 month detailing window). October 2009: Billet loses active duty funding, becomes an unfunded requirement; “20910”, FY10 Deletion of BIN (Billet)

  35. Department Header: No data other than name of Department and “H”

  36. Review and Summary What is a AMD? How many persons have seen an AMD? How to read an AMD Requirements vs Authorizations Can you have a authorization without a requirement? Are contractors annotated on AMD?