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ARMY COMPTROLLER CAREER MANAGEMENT
COMPTROLLER PROPONENCY OFFICE CML (703) 614-4945
DSN 22X-XXXX
proponency_at_hqda.army.mil http//www.asafm.army.mil
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AGENDA
  • Financial Management Organization Structure
  • Training, Education and Professional Development
    Opportunities
  • Comptroller Accreditation Program
  • CP 11 DA Intern Programs

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ASA(FMC) STRUCTURE
Honorable Nelson M. Ford ASA(FMC)
Peter Kunkel Principal Deputy
LTG David F. Melcher ASA(FMC)
Mr. James Anderholm Acting DASA (Resource
Analysis Business Practices)
Vacant DASA (Financial Information Management)
Mr. Stephen T. Bagby DASA (Cost Economics)
Mr. John J. Argodale DASA(Financial Operations)
MG Edgar E. Stanton III Director for Army Budget
COL Robert McCaleb Chief, Congressional Budget
Liaison
COL Richard Shrank Commander USA Finance Command
Mr. William Campbell Deputy Director for Army
Budget
Ms. Jennifer Knight Acting Director,
Enterprise Integration
Mr. Morteza Anvari Acting Director Acquisition
Costing
Ms. Monica Malia Director Business Practices
Ms. Terry L. Placek Chief, Comptroller Proponency
Mr. Jorge F. Roca Director, Management Services
Internal Review
Ms. Barbara Bonessa Director Management Control
Mr. Jesse Villagran Acting Director Information
Technology Operations
Mr. Steve Loftus Acting Chief, Cost Review Board
Mr. Burton Tulkki Director, Resource Analysis
Ms. Anitra Akanbi Director, Financial Reporting
Ms. Judith Guenther Director, Investment
Dr. Katherine Thompson Director, Programs
Strategy
VACANT Director, Functional Integration
Ms. Justine Landrum Director, Financial
Accounting Oversight
Ms. Kathleen Miller Director, Business Resource
Mr. Donald Friend Director, Internal Review
Ms. Kathleen Miller Director, Business Resource
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PROPONENCYSTRUCTURE ROLES
  • Mr. Nelson Ford, ASA (FMC) Functional Chief
  • Mr. Peter Kunkel, Principal Deputy, ASA (FMC)
  • LTG David Melcher, Military Deputy Senior BC 36
  • Ms. Terry L. Placek, CP 11 Functional Chief
    Representative
  • Executive Council
  • Comptroller Junior Executive Council
  • Comptroller Proponency Office, OASA(FMC)

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CP 11 EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
Chair FCR Terry L. Placek
Patrick Fitzgerald, USAAA Bill Campbell,
OASA(FMC) John Argodale, OASA(FMC) Steve Bagby,
OASA (FMC) Donald Tison, OACS G8 Wesley Miller,
USACE Vacant, OASA(FMC) Barbara Heffernan, ASCIM
Teresa Gerton, AMC Vicky Jefferis, FORSCOM Irma
Finocchiaro, USAREUR Matthew Scully, TRADOC John
Lawkowski, OCAR Vacant, NGB COL Kevin Hawkins,
EUSA
Comptroller Junior Executive Council (all Army
Organizations) Comptroller Proponency Office
(Terry Placek)
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COMPTROLLER PROPONENCY OFFICE
TERRY PLACEK YC-0501-03 CHIEF
VALERIE ELLISON YB-02 SECRETARY
VACANT YA-0501-03 PROPONENCY OFFICER
WILETT BUNTON YA-0501-03 PROGRAM MANAGER
DANA PITTMAN YA-0301-02 PROG MGR
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COMMUNICATIONS
  • Role of Comptroller Junior Executive Council
    (CJEC) members
  • List Serve
  • World Wide Web
  • Current web page plus web based tool
  • Professional Management of Army
  • Comptrollers (PROMAC)
  • Resource Management Publication

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CP 11 BC 36 LIST SERVE
  • The ListServ is an electronic mailing list
  • Advantages
  • Our goal in providing the ListServ is to
    communicate information more effectively to our
    professional Comptrollers
  • Many careerists are not aware of available
    professional development opportunities. Others
    think they are ineligible for many programs. The
    ListServ allows Army Comptroller careerists to
    discover what is available and how they can best
    apply for those opportunities.
  • How Do I Register?
  • CP11_at_fmlistserv.dahq.ds.army.mil

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PROPONENCY OFFICE WEB SITE
http//www.asafm.army.mil/
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COMPTROLLER WEB-BASED TOOL
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COMPTROLLER WEB-BASED TOOL
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PROMAC
  • Professional Management of Army Comptrollers
    (PROMAC)
  • A web based, modified commercial off the shelf
    human resources software application
  • An integrated database of Army financial
    management personnel (military and civilian)
  • A tool to study, manage and shape the financial
    management workforce and to enable the Army to
    build the resource management leadership bench

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PROMAC CONCEPT
Working with HRC, OCAR and NGB to include Reserve
National Guard Officers
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PROMAC FUNCTIONS
  • Provides military and civilian personnel data
    elements
  • that give the Army financial management
    leadership
  • the capability to study workforce demographics
    and
  • career field statistics
  • Identifies training and education areas for
    improvement

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PROMAC DATA ELEMENTS
PROMAC DATA ELEMEMTS
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CHECK YOUR RECORDS IN PROMAC
Enter username and password at the following web
link https//Promac.army.mil/OA_HTML/US/ICXIDEX_
PROMPRD_promac.htm Note If J-Initiator and
certification file are required the web link
is http//www.asafm.army.mil/proponency/promac/p
romac.asp
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RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PUBLICATION
  • State-of-the-art professional publication where
    financial management professionals publish
    articles on key resource management topics.
  • Highlights resource management best practices
    and emerging financial management initiatives.
  • Repository of current professional development
    information
  • Published quarterly
  • An opportunity for you to publish

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EDUCATION AND TRAINING . . .
SSC
DCP DMBAFMP
DDSC TWI
MML
DRMC
EDFMT
SRMS
Rank Experience
ACC PRMC
DFMC Fiscal Law
NSS
ILE PPBES RMBC RMTC
Breadth and depth of knowledge/skills
. . . A NATURAL PART OF YOUR CAREER
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US ARMY FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SCHOOL - DISTRIBUTED
LEARNING
  • Planning, Programming, Budgeting Execution
    System (PPBES)
  • - Provides fundamentals of resource
    management
  • - TARGET Entry-level course for most CP 11
    careerists and FA 45 officers
  • - LENGTH 68 hours
  • NOT for Interns Interns MUST
    attend a resident PPBES course
  • Resource Management Budget Course (RMBC)
  • - Provides knowledge of budgeting procedures
    used within the Army
  • - LENGTH 68 hours
  • Resource Management Tactical Course (RMTC)
  • - Provides skills and knowledge of budget
    execution at tactical level
  • - LENGTH 34 hours
  • http//www.finance.army.mil then click on
    Finance School AKO Community



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ARMY COMPTROLLERCOURSE (ACC)
  • PURPOSE Provides a basic multi-disciplined
    financial and resource management overview to
    officers and other personnel newly assigned to
    the Comptroller Career Field without a
    multi-disciplined background. The course blends
    current DoD/Army management and the latest in
    academic management techniques.
  • DURATION 4 weeks at Syracuse University
  • FREQUENCY Three times per year
  • FUNDING Central/competitive selection
  • TARGET
  • Military Officer - Captain and above
  • Military Enlisted - SFC and above (MOS 44C
    (73Z)) Staff Sergeant
  • with waiver
  • Civilian - GS-9 and above or 2d Yr Intern
    (mandatory)

FY 2007 Course Dates ACC 07-I Jan 8 Feb 1,
2007 ACC 07-II Apr 23 May 17, 2007 ACC
07-III Aug 13 Sep 6, 2007 FY 2008 Course
Dates ACC 08-I Jan 14 Feb 7, 2008 ACC 08-II
Apr 21 May 15, 2008 ACC 08-III Aug 11
Sep 29, 2008
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PROFESSIONAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT COURSE (PRMC)
  • PURPOSE Provide mid-level military and
    civilian resource/financial managers a broad
    perspective of the core competencies of Defense
    Financial Management and the application of those
    competencies in the US Army.
  • DURATION 4 weeks at Syracuse University
  • FREQUENCY Three times per year
  • FUNDING Central/competitive selection
  • TARGET
  • Military Officer - Major and above (Captain
    waiver)
  • Military Enlisted Master Sergeant above
    SFC with waiver (MOS 44C)
  • Civilian - GS-11 and above (GS-9 waiver if
    full-performance position)
  • Army only

FY 2007 Course Dates PRMC 07-I    Oct 16 - Nov 9,
2006PRMC 07-II   Feb 26 - Mar 22, 2007 PRMC
07-III Jun 4 Jun 28, 2007 FY 2008 Course
Dates PRMC 08-I    Oct 15 - Nov 8, 2007PRMC
08-II   Feb 25 - Mar 20, 2008 PRMC 08-III Jun 9
Jul 03, 2008
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DEFENSE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT COURSE (DFMC)
  • PURPOSE To prepare DoD personnel to advise
    senior leaders in future strategic discussion
    support roles. Four goals of DFMC are broaden
    awareness of the diverse financial management
    framework within DoD understand the impact of
    the strategic environment on the DoD mission
    enhance leadership and interpersonal skills and
    comprehend contingency operations concepts and
    their impact on FM.
  • DURATION 4 Weeks at the Defense Financial
    Management
  • and Comptroller School at
    Maxwell Air
  • Force Base
  • FREQUENCY Five Times Per Year
  • FUNDING Central/Competitive Selection
  • TARGET
  • Military Officer - Major and Above
  • Civilian - GS-11 and Above
  • Joint Service

FY 2007 Course Dates DFMC 07-E Aug 6 - Aug
21, 2007 DFMC 08-A    Oct 15 Nov 9, 2007 FY
2007 Course Dates DFMC 08-B Jan 07 - Feb
01, 2008 DFMC 08-C Mar 03 - Apr 25,
2008 DFMC 08-D Jun 02 - Jun 27, 2008 DFMC
08-E Aug 11 - Sep 5, 2008
  • Requirements
  • 4 Year degree or 5 years FM
  • experience
  • Successful completion of at least
  • 2 FM related courses
  • Evaluation of self development
  • activities and job performance last
  • 5 years

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DEFENSE DECISION SUPPORT COURSE (DDSC)
  • Course provides senior leaders with an
    understanding of Decision Support,
  • introduces a Decision Support Model, and
    describes various analysis tools and
  • techniques (both quantitative and
    qualitative) students put concepts into action
  • through practical exercises.
  • 5 days at the Defense Financial Management
    Comptroller School (DFMCS),
  • Maxwell Air Force Base, AL
  • GS 13 to GS 15 MAJ to COL Senior Enlisted
  • NOTE Students should possess a broad
    knowledge of the DoD FM
  • environment, a strategic
    perspective, and above average
  • critical/creative thinking and
    oral and
  • written communication skills.
  • Training Centrally Funded
  • 12 Army attendees per class

FY 2007 Course Dates DDSC 07-C Apr 23-27,
2007 DDSC 07-D Jul 30-Aug 3, 2007 DDSC 07-E Sep
17-21, 2007
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ENHANCED DEFENSE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT TRAINING
  • PURPOSE One week course to improve the overall
    technical and managerial capabilities of the
    DoD financial management workforce. Taught by
    United States Department of Agriculture Graduate
    School instructors and other sources.
  • FREQUENCY
  • Average of 68 classes at 42 locations (4
    OCONUS), class size is 32 personnel
  • Approximately 2040 DoD financial managers will
    receive training
  • Army has average of 485 annual allocations
  • TARGET
  • Military
  • FA 45/BC 70C Active Duty Officer (Major and
    Above)
  • Enlisted Master Sergeant above SFC with
    waiver (MOS 44C)
  • GS-09 or higher
  • In occupational series 343, 501, 505, 510,
    511, 560, 1515
  • Has at least 160 duty hours of FM training or
    professional development.
  • Has at least an Associates' degree or 5 years
    of FM experience.

Starting March 1, 2007 apply on line
https//www/atrrs/army.mil/edfmt
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SENIOR RESOURCE MANAGERS SYMPOSIUM (SRMS)
  • PURPOSE To discuss current issues in the
    management of resource management to better
    understand the changing resource management
    environment of the Army and DoD to provide a
    venue for senior resource managers to discuss
    issues and share solutions and to develop
    solutions to management of resource management
    issues.
  • DURATION four and one half days at Syracuse
    University facilities.
  • FREQUENCY Once A Year
  • FUNDING Central/Competitive Selection
  • TARGET
  • Military Officer LTC/COL
  • Civilian - GS14/GS15

FY 2007 Course Dates SRMS 07-I - Mar 26-30,
2007 FY 2008 Course Dates SRMS 08-I - Apr 11,
2008 SRMS 08-II - Sep 12, 2008
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NATIONAL SECURITY STUDIES (NSS) COURSE
  • Two week resident program
  • Maxwell School of Syracuse University, Syracuse,
    New York
  • Students

    - DoD Civilians (GS 14
    GS-15)
    - Military Officers
    (0-5 0-6)
  • Cost - 9,000 per student
  • NSS course prepares senior civilian and military
    leaders for demanding assignments and challenges
    within a continuously evolving national security
    environment with respect to policy and strategy.
    Provides the next generation of thinking and
    leadership skills.
  • Student will receive a certificate in National
    Security Management

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CIVILIAN EDUCATION SYSTEM (CES)
Defense Leadership and Management Program
Senior Service College
Advanced Leader Course is for civilian
leaders who exercise predominately indirect
supervision
CES Courses
Intermediate Leader Course is for civilian
leaders who exercise direct and indirect
supervision
Basic Leader Course is for leaders who exercise
direct leadership

Foundation Course is for civilians entering the
Army
Civilian Education System
GS-5-15
GS-12-15
GS-5-12
GS-14-15
GS-11-14
GS-13-15
www.amsc.belvoir.army.mil
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CIVILIAN LEADER DEVELOPMENT OVERVIEW
Pay Band 3
Pay Band 2
Pay Band 1
GS-15
GS-14
GS-13
GS-12
GS-11
GS-5/7/9


NF 1/2/3
NF 4
NF 5
Senior Service School
DOD Defense Leadership Management Program
(DLAMP)
Continuing Education Course
Advanced Course (AC) dL Resident
Manager Development Course (MDC) dL
Intermediate Course (IC) dL Resident
Supervisory Development Course (SDC) dL
Basic Course (BC) dL Resident
Action Officer Development Course (AODC) dL
Communities of Practice Available at Each Level
Foundation Course (FC) dL For ALL New Army
Civilians
Pay Bands Based on Supervisory Responsibility
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CIVILIAN LEADER DEVELOPMENT ONLINE COURSES
  • Distributed Learning (dL) Available Through the
    Web

Supervisor Development Course
Manager Development Course
Action Officer Development Course
Provides supervisors and managers with civilian
administration skills such as work management and
basic supervision Required for employees in
supervisory and management positions
Assists supervisors and managers with basic
skills for managing work and leading
people Recommended for all civilians in
supervisory and management positions
Designed for civilians who work actions on
behalf of senior staff officers or commanders
Required for interns Completion required before
they complete the intern program
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FOUNDATION COURSE
57 HOURS DISTRIBUTED LEARNING (dL)
DA Civilian who understands and appreciates Army
values and customs serves professionally as a
member of the Department of the Army acquires
foundation competencies for leader development
Knows how to build teams, and practices group
dynamics
Meets DA administrative requirements
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BASIC COURSE
2 WEEKS RESIDENT, 43.5 HOURS DISTRIBUTED LEARNING
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INTERMEDIATE COURSE
3 WEEKS RESIDENT, 56 HOURS DISTRIBUTED LEARNING
(dL)
DA civilian skilled in leading managing human
and financial resources implementing change
directing program management and systems
integration displaying flexibility, resilience,
and focus on mission
33
ADVANCED COURSE
4 WEEKS RESIDENT, 67 HOURS DISTRIBUTED LEARNING
(dL)
Leads a complex organization, and inspires vision
and creativity
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DEFENSE COMPTROLLERSHIP PROGRAM (DCP)
  • Resident 14 month program
  • Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York
  • 60 credit hour curriculum focused on
    Comptrollership
  • Integration of functional and traditional
    managerial skills with innovative competencies
  • Students graduate with Masters in Business
    Administration and MA in Public Administration
  • Centrally funded Long Term Training

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DEFENSE COMPTROLLERSHIP PROGRAM (DCP)
  • Average Class of 30 Students
  • 17 Military
  • 13 Civilians
  • Military
  • Captains and Majors
  • 2 - 3 Active Guard and Reserve Officers
  • Civilians
  • Army GS-11s through GS-13s
  • Other Services and Defense Agencies
  • Operational Assignment for Army Civilians
  • Military go to AERS Positions
  • Suspense Mid October every year

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NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY MASTERS OF MILITARY
LOGISTICS PILOT PROGRAM
  • Military and Civilian Students
  • - CPTs and MAJs
  • - GS 11s 13s
  • Resident Program in Fargo, North Dakota
  • 36 Credit Hours over 12 months
  • Integrated Joint military logistics and
    multi-functional/multi-disciplined focus
  • Centrally funded by OASA(FMC)
  • Application Due Date Mid January every
  • year

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DEFENSE MASTERS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION IN
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT PROGRAM (DMBAFMP)
  • Resident 18 month program at Naval Postgraduate
    School, Monterey, California
  • 96 hour curriculum focused on financial
    management and business administration,
    Integration of resource and financial management
    theories, processes and practices
  • Students graduate with Masters in Business
    Administration
  • Centrally funded
  • Military
  • Captains and Majors
  • Less than 17 yrs Active Federal Service
  • Military go to Army Education Requirements
    System Positions
  • Civilians
  • GS-11s through GS-13s
  • Suspense April and October every year

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CIVILIAN LONG TERM TRAINING UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE
PROGRAMS
  • Long Term Training is 120 Days or More
  • All Levels of Academic Degrees--Associate,
    Bachelor, Master,
  • GS-11 and Above (GS-9 Waiver)
  • Centrally Funded through ACTEDSTuition and Books
  • Full-Time or Part-Time Attendance
  • APPLY EARLYat least 90 days before first class

FY 2007 Suspense Dates FY 07 4TH QTR 11 Jul
2007 FY 2008 Suspense Dates FY 08 1st QTR 15
Aug 2007 FY 08 2ND QTR 14 Nov 2007 FY 08 3RD
QTR 13 Feb 2008 FY 08 4TH QTR 14 May 2008
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BC 36/CP 11 TRAINING WITH INDUSTRY (TWI) PROGRAM
  • Develop BC 36 officers and CP 11 careerists who
  • Will bring better business practices back from
    industry leaders for Army use
  • Can benchmark Army performance against industry
    standards and identify areas needing improvement
  • Understand the workings of industry partners
    involved in the defense infrastructure
  • Can think out-of-the box and challenge
    paradigms
  • Provide professional growth opportunities
  • Build future RM leaders
  • Share Army business practices with industry
  • Gain partnership and involvement of industry
    leaders in national defense

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BC 36/CP 11 TRAINING WITH INDUSTRY (TWI) PROGRAM
  • 12 month Development Assignment
  • TDY Status, centrally funded
  • Eligibility
  • Military MAJ or LTC (less than 19 years AFS)
  • Civilian
  • GS12-GS14/YA Pay Band 23
  • Must be a careerist in CP11, have career status,
    be serving in permanent competitive appointment,
    without time limitation, and have a minimum of
    three years of consecutive DA service under one
    or more permanent appointments
  • Suspense Mid October every year
  • ADSO/Recoupment 3 times length of training
    assignment
  • http//www.asafm.army.mil/proponency/pdinfo/cp11t
    wi.doc

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TRAINING WITH INDUSTRY PARTNERS
  • Motorola Personal Communications Sector
    Libertyville, IL
  • General Electric GE Rail Systems, Erie, PA
  • Boeing Integrated Defense Systems, St Louis, MO
  • USAA Office of the Corporate CFO, San Antonio
    TX
  • Global eXchange Services (GXS) e-Finance and
    Financial Management Program, Gaithersburg, MD
  • KPMG Washington, DC
  • IBM Washington, DC
  • JONES LANG LASALLE Washington, DC

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DEVELOPMENTAL ASSIGNMENTS
  • A Professional Development Opportunity
  • Length Varies, 3-18 Months
  • GS-11 and Above
  • Announcements
  • Department of Army - Wide
  • Memoranda, WWW, E-Mail
  • Forms and Documents
  • Travel Modified Per Diem Centrally Funded

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RESOURCE MANAGEMENT MENTORSHIP PROGRAM
  • Formal Mentoring Program
  • Goal Develop Skills and Competencies
  • Application Process
  • Partnered with a Senior RM Professional
  • Participants
  • Civilian GS-5 through SES
  • Military CPT through General Officer
  • Suspense Mid August every year

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RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AWARDS PROGRAM
  • Annual awards program which recognizes and
    rewards the outstanding performance of
    individuals, organizations, and teams performing
    Resource Management functions at two levels
  • - Major Command / Headquarters and Above
  • - Below Major Command
  • Individual, Team, and Organization Recognition
  • Fiscal Year Coverage (1 October - 30 September)
  • Nominations due end of October each year
  • Awards presented by ASA(FMC) at Army Day
  • Suspense End of October every year

Self Nominate
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RM AWARDS PROGRAM
  • ASA(FMC) Civilian Award (Capstone)
  • ASA (FMC) Military Award (Capstone)
  • Functional Chief Representative Award (Capstone)
  • Civilian Individual Awards
  • Military Individual Awards
  • Organization, Team, Intern, Educator, Author
    Awards

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RM AWARDS PROGRAM
  • Accounting and Finance
  • Analysis and Evaluation
  • Auditing
  • Budgeting
  • Cost Analysis
  • Comptroller/Deputy Comptroller
    (DRM/DCSRM/Assistant)
  • Education, Training and Career Development
  • Resource Management
  • Resource Management in an Acquisition Environment

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COMPTROLLER ACCREDITATION PROGRAM
Summer 05
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ACCREDITATION PROGRAM OBJECTIVES
ASA (FMC) and CP 11 Strategic Plans
  • Competency Maintenance
  • Continuous Improvement
  • Evaluation
  • Peer Awareness
  • Counseling and Career Planning

Military and Civilian Comptrollers Participate
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FIVE COMPONENTS OF ACCREDIATION
Continuous Professional Development
Formal Education
Training Mandatory Electives
ACCREDITATION
Certification
Performance Enhancing Job Experiences
Continuous Professional Development
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COMPTROLLER ACCREDITATION LEVELS
Level I - Performs fundamental, basic and routine
activities while gaining subject matter
expertise. Generally, works under close
supervision of a team leader, supervisor, etc. (
Duration 3-5 years) Level II - Functions
independently and applies knowledge and
experience to variety of complex situations.
Works with minimal guidance and direction from
team leader, supervisor, etc. ( Duration 3-5
years) Level III - Serves as senior
specialist/analyst, team leader or supervisor. A
recognized expert with broad responsibilities and
high visibility. (Duration 3-5 years) Level IV
- Has executive capability for Installation,
Directorate, and/or Agency-level policy and
implementation. ( Duration 3-5 years)
Levels not tied to Grades or Rank
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COMPTROLLER ACCREDITATION MANDATORY TRAINING
  • Mandatory Courses
  • PPBES
  • Substitution
  • ACC
  • ARMC (NLE)
  • PRMC
  • PMCS (NLE)
  • DFMC
  • USDA PPBES
  • USDA Appropriations Law
  • Federal Appropriations Law
  • Seminar (approved vendors)
  • Fiscal Law
  • Analysis

Resident Course Only The Learning Curve,
Lithia Springs, GA (1-800-529-8110)
Management Concepts, Inc, Vienna, VA
(www.managementconcepts.com)
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COMPTROLLER ACCREDITATION LEVEL I - CRITERIA
  • Formal Education
  • Bachelors Degree - Recommended
  • Other Training
  • 1- Financial Stewardship Course
  • 1 Financial Decision Support Course
  • 2 Leadership and Organizational Management
    Courses
  • Mandatory Training
  • PPBES Course
  • Fiscal Law Course
  • Analysis Course
  • Performance Enhancing Job Experience(s)
  • Two 90-day Performance Enhancing Job Experiences

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COMPTROLLER ACCREDITATION LEVEL II - CRITERIA
  • Formal Education
  • Bachelors Degree Recommended
  • Masters Degree (Enrolled in Program) -
    Recommended
  • Professional Certification (Working Toward) -
    Recommended
  • Other Training
  • 2 Financial Stewardship Courses
  • 2 Financial Decision Support Courses
  • 2 Leadership and Organizational Management
    Courses
  • Performance Enhancing Job Experience(s)
  • Two 90-day Performance Enhancing Job Experiences

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COMPTROLLER ACCREDITATION LEVEL III - CRITERIA
  • Formal Education
  • Bachelors Degree Recommended
  • Masters Degree (Enrolled in Program) -
    Recommended
  • Professional Certification Recommended
  • Other Training
  • 2 Financial Stewardship Courses
  • 2 Financial Decision Support Courses
  • 2 Leadership and Organizational Management
    Courses
  • Performance Enhancing Job Experience(s)
  • Two 90-day Performance Enhancing Job Experiences

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COMPTROLLER ACCREDITATION LEVEL IV - CRITERIA
  • Formal Education
  • Bachelors Degree Recommended
  • Masters Degree (Enrolled in Program) -
    Recommended
  • Professional Certification (Recommended
  • Other Training
  • 1 Financial Stewardship Courses
  • 1 Financial Decision Support Courses
  • 1 Leadership and Organizational Management
    Courses
  • Performance Enhancing Job Experience(s)
  • One 90-day Performance Enhancing Job Experiences

40 CPE Required Every Year to Maintain Level IV
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PERFORMANCE ENHANCING JOB EXPERIENCES
  • Short-term job assignments that reinforce
    training and professional development through
    specialized and or/managerial experience.
  • Performance Enhancing Job Experience includes
  • Full-time participation on task forces, special
    projects, study groups, and process action teams
  • Developmental assignments, intern rotational
    assignments, and exchange programs
  • Completion of two or more one year CP11 job
    series or BC 36 assignments can be credited as
    performance enhancing job experiences. Credit
    will be given for each additional one year
    assignment after the first assignment.
  • Duration of 90 days or longer.

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ACCREDITATION PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION
WEBSITES
  • Certified Financial Manager
  • http//www.imanet.org/
  • Certified Management Accountant
  • http//www.imanet.org/
  • Certified Fraud Examiner
  • http//www.cfenet.com/
  • Certified Government Financial Manager
  • http//www.agacgfm.org
  • Certified Information Systems Auditor
  • http//www.isaca.org/

Army Comptroller Accreditation Program
www.asafm.army.mil/ Certified Defense Financial
Manager www.asmccertification.com Certified
Public Accountant www.aicpa.org/ Certified
Internal Auditor www.theiia.org/ Certified
Cost Analyst http//www.erols.com/scea
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EXAMPLE
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COMPTROLLER ACCREDITATION FORMS AND TOOLS
  • Accreditation Evaluation Form (AEF)
  • Supervisors Accreditation Evaluation Worksheet
  • 3-Year Individual Development Plan (3yIDP)

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ACCREDITATIONTHE BOTTOM LINE
  • Accreditation supports the Financial Management
    Strategic Priorities
  • Leadership intent is not to disadvantage current
    careerists
  • Accreditation is a career-long endeavor of
    Continuous Development
  • This is a Supervisors' Careerists Program
    not HQDA
  • Accreditation Handbook will give the how-to
  • But dont look for all answers many left to
    supervisors

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CP 11 INTERN RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION
  • North Central CPOC issues one announcement with
    multiple vacancies and locations
  • http//www.cpol.army.mil
  • Comptroller Proponency Office convenes selection
    boards to rate and rank applications by rating
    factors
  • -- Knowledge of analysis and evaluation


    --
    Knowledge of automation (software/operating
    systems)

    -- Skill in oral and written
    communications

    --
    Ability to plan and organize
  • Submit Candidate Selections to North Central CPOC
  • North Central CPOC Makes Job Offers

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CP 11 Master Intern Training Plan

Mandatory Training
  • Intern Leadership Development Course (ILDC),
    Center for Army Leadership, (40 hours)
  • Army Planning, Programming, Budgeting and
    Execution Course (PPBE), USDA Graduate School,
    (40 hours)
  • 26 Feb 2 Mar 07, Washington, DC
  • 2-6 Apr 07, Rock Island, IL
  • 21-25 May 07, Huntsville, AL
  • 18-22 Jun 07, San Antonio, TX
  • 16-20 Jul 07, Honolulu, HI
  • 6-10 Aug 07 Washington, DC
  • Fiscal Law, Army JAG School, Charlottesville, VA
    (36 hours)
  • Action Officer Development Course (available
    online)
  • Analysis Course (32 hours)
  • Data Collection and Analysis, (40 hours)

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CP 11 Master Intern Training Plan

Mandatory Training cont
  • Fundamentals of Cost Analysis, Defense
    Acquisition University, (80 hours)
  • Contracting Course, (40 hours)
  • One Financial Stewardship Course
  • One Financial Decision Support Course
  • National Security Personnel System (NSPS) -
    (online course)
  • http//www.cpms.osd.mil/nsps/nsps101
  • Army Comptroller Course, Syracuse University2nd
    year Internship (160 hours)

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CP 11 Intern Individual Development Plans (IDP)
  • Personal Plan Outlines Individual Training Needs
  • Based on the Master Intern Training Plan
  • Prepared by Supervisor with intern input
  • Prepared within 30 days of Interns EOD
  • Submit copy of IDP to Comptroller Proponency
    Office
  • gail.johnson_at_us.army.mil
  • Basis for Setting Performance Standards

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SUMMARY
If you want one year of prosperity, grow
grain. If you want ten years of prosperity,
grow trees. If you want one hundred years of
prosperity, GROW PEOPLE. - Chinese Proverb -
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