CPO Forum. 02 May 2006 Denver, Colorado. HSOs Are. The 4 th largest category (829) The most diverse category The future of the Corps!. Strength Through Diversity!. Who We Are HSOs By Rank. 2004. Who We Are HSOs By Subcategory (N=829 as of 10 APR 2006 ).
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02 May 2006
Strength Through Diversity!
PSC=14, SAMHSA=14, EPA=12, ATSDR=9, USDA=7, Interior=3, CIA=1, DoD=1
29% of HSOs work in MD or DC
Where Are We So Far? - Timeline
Chair – CAPT Patricia Simone
Chair – RADM Sam Shekar
Chair – RADM Eric Broderick
Chair – RADM John Babb
DECISION: Officers should be grouped based on a matrix of professional category and functional group (i.e., Clinical, Applied Public Health, Mental Health, and Research)
DECISION: Billets should facilitate force management with descriptions unique for each position, but containing both general and position-specific information; billet development and approval should be managed centrally
DECISION: The size of the Corps should be 6,600; positions should be allocated across agencies taking that into account
DECISION: All avenues should be used including central recruitment
DECISION: A 2-week BOTC should be required of all new officers; training should be shared by agency and Corps throughout officer’s career
DECISION: A central Corps assignment system should assist agencies
DECISION: Positions should be designated as either Corps, civilian, or mixed
DECISION: A variety of incentives should be used to fill 3H (hardship, hazardous, hard-to-fill) positions
DECISION: Implement a 4-tiered response capability, exempt mission critical officers