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Title: Spearhead of Logistics


1
United States Army Transportation Center and
School Town Hall Meeting 16 May 2008
Spearhead of Logistics!
2
Town Hall Agenda
  • CG Opening Remarks MG Chambers
  • Transportation Center School Overview COL
    Mellman, Chief of Staff
  • CASCOM Opening Remarks Mr. Bill Moore, Deputy
    to the Commander, CASCOM
  • TRADOC G-1 Mr. Barry Buchanan
  • Volunteer Process Ms. Yvonne Scales, Director
    Fort Eustis CPAC
  • Panel Discussion/Questions

Spearhead of Logistics!
3

Transportation Center and School
Introduction MG James E. Chambers Commander,
USATCS Fort Eustis
4
Why We Are Here
  • Commanders Intent We want to keep you - the
    Armys best quality people!!
  • What do we want you to do?
  • Make a Commitment to support the Sustainment
    Center of Excellence by staying with us to
    continue to train and support our Soldiers,
    Leaders, and Civilians
  • What will we do for you?
  • Secure a position
  • Give you as much time and support as possible
    for you to plan for the future

Spearhead of Logistics!
5

Transportation Center and School
Sustainment Center of Excellence Overview COL
Tod Mellman Chief of Staff, USATCS Fort Eustis
6
Why We Are Here
  • HQDA Approved the Sustainment Center of
    Excellence (SCoE) TDA Concept Plan (28 APR 2008)
  • Town Hall Provides Critical Information for the
    Employee and the Supervisor
  • Not the Intent for you to Make a Decision today
  • Survey of Interest Distribution Currently
    Scheduled for 22 May 08
  • Fort Eustis CPAC will Establish USATCS BRAC
    Transition Center (Bldg 705, Room 43)

Spearhead of Logistics!
7
Command Priorities
  • Soldiers in the Fight
  • Continuing our missions
  • Soldier Protection
  • Quality Training
  • Seamless Move of courses/offices to Fort Lee
  • Quality of Life
  • Taking Care of People
  • Keeping Communication Channels Open
  • Retention Accession of Quality Soldiers,
  • Leaders, and Civilians

Spearhead of Logistics!
8
SCoE Transportation School
Commandant/ DCG/ Chief of Transportation
AIDE DE CAMP
CSM
Deputy to the CMDT YC-3
REG WO
RCO
Historian
OCOT
Museum
XO
JDTC
Assistant CMDT Transportation
CDID
USAF Trans Mgnt School
ADSO
MTD
DDSD
Trans Mgnt Office
508th TC
Coordination/Integration
Tasking
9
SCoE Transportation School
  • Courses
  • 880A/881A Marine Deck Engineer WOBC/WOAC
  • NCO Academy
  • 88H Cargo Specialist BNCOC
  • 88K Watercraft Operator B/ANCOC
  • 88L Watercraft Engineer B/ANCOC
  • 88H Cargo Specialist AIT
  • 88K Watercraft Operator AIT
  • 88L Watercraft Engineer AIT
  • 88P/T/U Railway Repair/OPS AIT
  • 19 Functional courses
  • Facilities
  • Vessel Bridge Simulator
  • Landship
  • Cargo handling equipment tng area
  • Rail training facilities/area
  • Transportation Watercraft, Cargo Handling, Rail
    Training OES Inter- Modal Training Exercises
  • Transportation Museum
  • Courses
  • Trans Basic Off Ldrshp Crs (TBOLC)
  • Trans Off Basic Qual Crs (TOBQC)
  • Trans CPTs Career Crs Phases 2 4
  • Combined Logistics CPT Career Course (CLC3) Phase
    3
  • Individual Ready Reserve-Mobilization (IRR-MOB)
  • Trans Pre-Command Course
  • 882A Mobility WOBC/WOAC Courses
  • NCO Academy
  • 88M BNCOC
  • 88N BNCOC
  • Deployment Dist ANCOC
  • 88N Trans Mgt Spec AIT
  • 14 Functional courses
  • Non-watercraft/rail-related facilities
  • Deployment Distribution Exercise Ctr
  • Movement Tracking System Classroom
  • Library

10
USATCS Movement Plan
11
Bottom Line
  • The move to Fort Lee is a Leadership issue
    (Leaders and Supervisors are Directly Responsible
    for the welfare of the workforce and mission
    accomplishment)
  • Get all of the Information (use your Chain of
    Command)
  • The Transportation Center School move to Fort
    Lee is paramount to the Future Success of the
    Army
  • This Command will support each and every
    employee during this process!!

Spearhead of Logistics!
12
Town Hall Meeting Transitioning to the SCoE The
Next Step The Volunteer Process
United States Army Combined Arms Support Command
  • Mr. Bill Moore, SES
  • Deputy to the Commanding General,
  • U.S. Army Combined Arms Support Command

13
Our Customer
14
Purpose
  • Inform you about the volunteer process
  • What you need to do
  • When you need to do it
  • Where to get assistance

15
The CASCOM Leadership Team
MG Mitchell Stevenson Commanding General
Combined Arms Support Command
BG Trombetta Deputy CG, Mobilization
Training CASCOM
MG Chambers Commandant Transportation Center and
School
COL Richardson Commandant Army Logistics
Management College
CSM Aubain Command Sergeant Major CASCOM
Mr. Moore Deputy to CG CASCOM
BG Halstead Commandant Ordnance Center and Schools
BG Cross Commandant Quartermaster Center and
School
COL Walker Commandant Soldier Support Institute
16
Commanders Objectives
  • Sustaining the mission to include attracting the
    right talents
  • Being fair and taking care of the workforce
  • Executing the moves with minimal impact on our
    missions and the workforce

17
Our Vision
CASCOM is a world-class training and combat
development organization transforming into a
Sustainment Center of Excellence, shaping the
Armys Combat Service Support capabilities to
meet the needs of a Nation at war, while
anticipating solutions to tomorrows requirements.
Support Starts Here!
As of 29 Aug 07
18
CASCOM Today
CG
Special Staff
CASCOM Centers Schools
TCS
Deputy to the CG
CSM
QMCS
Knowledge Management
Civ Prop Ofc
TCM Sust BC ESD
DCG for Mobilization Training
OMMS
QA/LL Directorate
ALT
ALMC
ACS ARNG
ACS USAR
OMEMS
Capabilities Development Integration
Deputy Commander for Training
SSI
Concepts Doctrine Directorate
Strategic Plans Operations
Directorate of Training
JAG
Chaplain
Battle Lab
Force Development Directorate
Directorate of Training Support
AMED
Materiel Systems Directorate
US LNOs AMEDD, SSI, SJA, ATEC
Integration
19
The CASCOM Sustainment Center of Excellence
Commander
Special Staff
Dep to Cdr
CSM
Civ Log Career Mgmt Office
Training Dev Integration
Chief of Staff
DQA/L2
Knowledge Management
DCG RC Mob Tng
DCG/Cmdt
DCG/Cmdt
SSI Cdr
DCG/Cmdt
Quartermaster School
Transportation School
Deputy Senior MSN Commander
Capabilities Dev Integration
Army Logistics University
Ordnance School
Adjutant General School
Training Departments
Training Departments
Program Integration
Training Departments
Warrior Tng (TA 27)
Logistics Leadership College
Financial Management School
Force Development
Army Logistics Mgt College
Proponency
Proponency
Concepts Doctrine
Proponency
Recruiting Retention School
QM Museum
TC Museum
Materiel Systems
OD Museum
Army Womens Museum
Technical Logistics College
Joint CoE for Trans Mgt Training
Enterprise Systems
AIT Brigade
School of Music
AIT Brigade
DPMO
OEMTD, Gordon
Logistics NCOA
TCM-Sustain C2
NCOA
94M/94S, Sill
Joint Culinary Center of Excellence
TCM-Trans
Student Bn
EOD, Eglin AFB
Sustainment Battle Lab
CGSC- ILE Satellite
Original MOS Producing Schools
20
Ft. Lee BRAC 2005
SCoE
21
Construction Schedule
FY07
FY08
FY09
FY10
FY11
Today
SCoE HQ
Jul 07 Dec 08
ALU
Jul 07 Apr 09
Site Development/Infrastructure. Training
Facilities, Barracks, DFAC, Vehicle Recovery,
Bde/Bn HQs, Medical/ Dental, and AAFES troop
store for APG N.
APG North
OD
PHASED MOVE
APG(EA) RSA
APG(EA)/RSA Training Facilities, barracks, BN
HQ EOD range. OD Storage Facility .
TC
Renovate Bldg 2300 Co Opns
Warrior Training
All
Critical BASOPs
FY12 QOL Facilities on Ft Lee
Culinary and Transportation Barracks, DFAC
Training Facilities
Joint
FOC at Lee
IOC at Lee
Furniture bldg equip (60-90 days)
Construction
22
Timeline (1 of 2)
1 May Concept Plan Approval from DA
DA/TRADOC 12-20 May
Conduct Town Hall meetings at each
DCG organization 22 May
Deliver Survey of Interest letters to each
Each Organization
employee in all 6 organizations June
Employees from APG, RSA, FEVA can
Each Organization visit
Ft Lee on PTDY to meet with
sponsors and community 21 Jul
Employees Final day to respond to Survey
Each Supervisor of
Interest 28 Jul- 8 Aug Organizational level
Placement Panels Each Organization
will meet and determine
recommended slotting 8 Aug Each
Commandant approves their respective Each
Commandant placement
recommendations and forwards to
CASCOM
23
Timeline (2 of 2)
  • 18-22 Aug SCOE level panel meets to
    finalize placement SCoE Level Panel
  • decisions for all
    employees moving into the
  • SCOE
  • 22 Aug Approval of all recommended
    placements DCG
  • of employees into the
    SCOE
  • 25 Aug-5 Sep Prepare specific written job offers
    to each Each CPAC
  • employee who volunteered
    to work in SCOE
  • 8 Sep Make Specific job offers to
    employees who Each Organization
  • volunteered to work in
    SCOE
  • 23 Sep Employees Accept/Reject job
    offers Each Employee
  • 30 Sep Change the RIF Competitive
    Area of each Each CPAC
  • employee who accepted job
    offer

24
What Happens After 30 Sep 2008?
  • For Those Who Accept Positions
  • Continuous communication on move dates and
    personnel status
  • PCS orders issued about 6 months prior to move
  • Maximum flexibility on individual situations
    (handled on a case-by-case basis)
  • For Those Not Moving
  • Assistance in outplacement entitlements
    available from your CPAC
  • Actual separation dates unknown but generally in
    sync with mission moves to Ft. Lee
  • Maximum flexibility on individual situations
    (handled on a case-by-case basis)

25
Our Sponsorship Program
  • Provides an easy way for you to get personalized
    information from someone who knows Fort Lee and
    the surrounding communities
  • Email/Phone/Visit
  • Send your name, contact info, family composition,
    and a little bit about your interests/concerns/que
    stions to
  • Faye.earley_at_us.army.mil
  • 804/ 734-7415

Suggest you take advantage of this program even
if undecided.
26
Construction Update (1 of 4)
SCoE Headquarters
30 Apr 08
12 May 08
14 May 08
12 May 08
27
Construction Update (2 of 4)
Army Logistics University
12 May 08
12 Feb 08
3 Apr 08
14 May 08
28
Construction Update (3 of 4)
Ordnance Center and School
29
Construction Update (4 of 4)
Vehicle Recovery Training Complex Training
Ammunition Supply Point - North Range
12 May 08
30
Summary
  • Its just about decision time
  • Need you to understand what you need to do and
    where you can go for assistance
  • We want to attract you to Fort Lee, being as
    flexible as possible while getting the mission
    done

31

United States Army Combined Arms Support Command
32
BRAC MOVEMENT OF CIVILIANS TRADOC Centers of
Excellence
Mr. Barry Buchanan (TRADOC G-1)
33
TRADOC BRAC - CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE (COE)
Fort Monroe -HQ, Cadet Cmd - HQ ACC FY11 Auth
Moving 219
Fort Knox, KY FY11 Auth Moving 776
HRC COE
Maneuver COE Fort Benning, GA FOC Jul 2011 Auth
1347
Fort Benning, GA FY11 Auth Moving 591
Human Resources Command
APG, MD FY11 Auth Moving 218
Fort Sill, OK FY11 Auth Moving 425
Fort Eustis, VA FY11 Auth Moving 228
Fires COE Fort Sill, OK FOC May 2011 Auth 740
Sustainment COE Fort Lee, VA FOC Apr 2011 Auth
1300
Fort Bliss, TX FY11 Auth Moving 351
Fort Lee, VA FY11 Auth Moving 639
Redstone Arsenal, AL FY11 Auth Moving 215
Fort Monroe - Closing HQ to Fort Eustis, VA 836
Civilians
3300 TRADOC Civilian Jobs are Relocating to Other
Locations
34
COMMANDERS CONCERNS
  • Sustaining the mission
  • Taking care of civilian employees
  • Avoid perception that any group of employees is
    disadvantaged

34
35
TRADOC Volunteer Process
  • Permanent employees whose positions realign to
    COE encouraged to volunteer for new jobs in COE
  • All employees at impacted Schools and Centers
    treated equally
  • Those who volunteer will complete Survey of
    Interest
  • must first volunteer for current position
  • Thereafter may volunteer for unlimited jobs at
    equivalent level
  • Direct matches made first - if more than one
    volunteer qualifies, SCD for Leave is tiebreaker
  • Non-direct matches panel members recommend
    placement based on job related criteria

35
36
SUSTAINMENT CENTER OF EXCELLENCE (SCoE) BRAC
VOLUNTEER PROCESS AND EMPLOYEE PLACEMENT
PLAN 16 MAY 08
Ms. Yvonne Scales (Director Fort Eustis CPAC)
37
SCoE VOLUNTEER PROCESS TIME LINES
  • Concept Plan Approval (C0) 1 May 08
  • Town Hall meetings by CASCOM Senior Leadership
    (C15) 16 May 08
  • Survey of Interest to workforce (C30) 22 May 08
  • Employee responses- 60 day reply period (C90)
    21 Jul 08
  • Implement Employee Placement Plan- Determine
    assignments make specific written job offers
    (C135) 8 Sep 08
  • Employee accepts / rejects job offers (C150)
    23 Sep 08

38
SCoE VOLUNTEER PROCESS LETTER
  • LETTER- TRADOC BRAC SCoE Survey of Interest-
    Volunteer Process
  • Will be addressed and sent to each employee
  • Provides the BRAC reasons for the action
  • Describes the TRADOC Volunteer Process
  • Encourages all employees to volunteer for BRAC
    jobs
  • Promises volunteers equal treatment and job
    offers
  • Provides placement priorities and placement
    process
  • Provides the suspense for employees to reply (60
    days)
  • All volunteers will receive written job offers at
    their permanent grade or equivalent

39
SCoE VOLUNTEER PROCESS LETTER- ENCLOSURES
  • VOLUNTEER LETTER WILL HAVE THE FOLLOWING
    ENCLOSURES
  • - ENCL 1- Acknowledgement Form (All employees
    must acknowledge that they received their
    letters)
  • - ENCL 2- Survey of Interest- Volunteer Process
    Reply Letter (This is for employees to respond to
    their letters. Employees can either
  • - Volunteer for SCoE positions by listing the
    positions in paragraph 3, signing the Survey in
    paragraph 7, and attaching resume/NPA
  • - Decline consideration for SCoE positions by
    signing in para 8)
  • - ENCL 3- SCoE Organization Diagram
  • - ENCL 4- SCoE Organizational Listing of
    Positions (An electronic version of this
    enclosure will be available with links to all of
    the SCoE Job Descriptions)
  • - ENCL 5- TRADOC Mandatory Surplus Placement
    Program (Guidance on the TRADOC Mandatory Surplus
    Placement Program
  • - ENCL 6/7- Fort Lee GS and WG Pay Charts
    Other pay charts are available on www.opm.gov)

40
EQUIVALENT GRADES FOR TRADOC VOLUNTEER PROCESS
(PAGE 1 OF 2)
NOTES (1) If you are an NSPS employee, you can
find your GS equivalency on your job
description. (2) The Organizational
Listing contains the GS equivalencies for all
NSPS positions. (3) YD SE
employees should use YA equivalencies and the YF
SE employees should use YC equivalencies.
Placement in this position would be
processed as a Change to Lower Band.
41
EQUIVALENT GRADES FOR TRADOC VOLUNTEER PROCESS
(Page 2 of 2)
NOTES (1) If you are an NSPS employee, you can
find your GS equivalency on your job
description. (2) The Organizational
Listing contains the GS equivalencies for all
NSPS positions. (3) YD SE
employees should use YA equivalencies and the YF
SE employees should use YC equivalencies.
Placement in this position would be
processed as a Change to Lower Band.
42
VOLUNTEER PROCESS THINGS TO CONSIDER
  • When the letter is received, all employees must
    complete the Acknowledgement Forms (Encl 1).
  • By the suspense date (about 60 days), all
    employees (to include employees whose position
    may not be moving) must complete and return the
    Volunteer Reply Letters (Encl 2).
  • You can enter your preferences (unlimited number)
    at your current permanent grade (GS equiv) or
    decline to volunteer
  • If you wish to volunteer, you must also attach
    your resume and most recent Notice of Personnel
    Action (SF-50).
  • If the position is identified for a Relocation
    Incentive, you will only be eligible to receive
    it if you meet all requirements and actually PCS
    to a new duty location
  • Dates the position will move are the best
    estimates available at this time and may change
    to an earlier or later date.
  • Employees at the gaining site who dont volunteer
    will likely received directed reassignment to the
    remaining vacancies. To have your job
    preferences considered, you must volunteer.
  • Recommend employees go to My Biz and validate
    their SCD, because it is a factor in the
    placement process.

43
SCoE CIVILIAN EMPLOYEE PLACEMENT PLAN - OVERVIEW
  • After the Survey of Interest - For those
    employees who volunteer to work in the SCoE
  • Each school/command will conduct a panel to
    independently develop recommended placements
    into SCoE organizational listing
  • SCoE Level Panel of senior leaders from of all
    UICs will then meet to make final placement
    recommendations
  • All servicing CPACs will be represented, as well
    as DCSRM Manpower staff
  • CASCOM Deputy to the Commander will approve the
    final placements
  • Once the placement process has been completed,
    all employees who volunteer will receive specific
    written job offers with a chance to reply.

44
PANEL AT EACH COMMAND/SCHOOL (To Recommend
Placements)
SCoE Civilian Org Listing (SCOL)
JDs, NPAs Resumes BOA Reports
Volunteer List (Descending Grade/SCD Order)
ROUND 1
ROUND 2
Bring a Recommended Restructuring Placement to
SCoE Panel
Direct Match?
Indirect Match
No
No
Yes
Yes
Vacancy Avail?
Use Org Needs, Empls Preferences, And Quals
No
Yes
Annotated SCoE Civilian Organization Listing
(SCOL)
Slot Employee
Slot Employee
45
COMBINED SCoE ORGANIZATIONAL LISTING (In
descending Grade and SCD Order)
CASCOM Recommended SCoE Civilian Organization List
ing
ORGANIZATION 1 2- Smith (Direct) 3- 4- Baker
(Indirect) 5- ORGANIZATION 6- Davis (Direct),
Jones (Direct) 7- 8- 9- Wilson (Direct), Crawford
(Indir) 10- ORGANIZATION 11- 12- Bennett
(Indir), Sargent (Indir) 13- 14- etc
OMMS Recommended SCoE Civilian Organization Listin
g
Quartermaster Recommended SCoE Civilian Organizati
on Listing
OMEMS Recommended SCoE Civilian Organization Listi
ng
ALMC Recommended SCoE Civilian Organization Listin
g
Transportation Recommended SCoE
Civilian Organization Listing
46
SCoE SENIOR-LEVEL PANEL (To Resolve and Recommend
Placements)
ROUND 3
ROUND 4
Multiple Matches
Volunteers Not Placed In Round 3 in
Descending Grade/SCD
No (Only one match)
Yes
CPAC Verifies Qualifications Panel
Verifies Proper Placement Volunteer Is
Slotted Into Consolidated SCoE Civilian Organizati
onal Listing (SCOL)
2 Direct Matches
Use Employees Preferences, Quals, Org Needs To
Slot Remaining Volunteers Into Vacancies
Slot the Senior SCD
Employees Not Placed In Round 3 Stay On
the Volunteer List For Round 4 Placement
No
Yes
1 Direct 1 Indirect
Slot the Direct Match
No
No
Determine Restructuring Or Transition Position
2 Indirect Matches
Slot based on Org Needs And Empls Qualifications
47
EMPLOYEE PROGRAM ELIGIBILITY BASED ON EMPLOYEES
DECISIONS
NOTE Employees within local commuting area who
dont volunteer may be given directed
reassignment offers.
48
SCoE DECISIONS ON BRAC HR ISSUES
  • When will employees be allowed to Early
    Register in PPP?
  • Since mission needs and employee placement
    prospects are different at each site, this
    decision is delegated to local commanders.
  • Amount of TQSE to be authorized?
  • Subject to funding availability, an initial
    grant of 60 days will be given, and, if
    justified, the Orders Authorizing Official can
    approve 30-day extensions up to a total of 120
    days.
  • What Personnel Actions will be processed for
    employees?
  • Once employees accept geographic move
    offers, they will be placed into separate
    competitive areas. When the employees are placed
    into the new BRAC positions, reassignment
    personnel actions will be effected.
  • TRADOC Mandatory Surplus Placement Program (MSPP)
    Clearance Process
  • Registration will occur at the same time as
    DODPPP registration. Each CPAC will register
    their serviced employees in MSPP and clear their
    serviced TRADOC vacancies prior to DODPPP
    clearance.
  • Which CPAC(s) will fill vacancies after Volunteer
    Process is completed?
  • CPAC serviced populations at APG, Fort
    Eustis, Fort Lee, and Redstone will all increase
    under BRAC. This issue has been elevated to the
    SCR and CHRA for resolution.

49
  • VOLUNTEER PROCESS
  • SCoE Employee Information
  • (Losing Site)

50
VOLUNTEER PROCESS (VP)
ALL EMPLOYEES ARE HIGHLY ENCOURAGED TO
PARTICIPATE
  • VOLUNTEERS
  • Employees Identified Job Choices Considered
  • Increases Placement Opportunities
  • NON VOLUNTEERS
  • May Be Subject to Management Directed
    Reassignment (MDR)
  • Limited Placement Opportunities

51
IF YOU DONT VOLUNTEER…
  • Eligible (If your job is moving geographically)
  • Voluntary Early Retirement Authority (VERA)
  • Voluntary Separation Incentive Pay (VSIP)
  • PPP Registration
  • TRADOC Mandatory Surplus Placement Program

52
IF YOU DONT VOLUNTEER…
  • May Be Subject To MDR After The VP (Penalty For
    Declining)
  • May Receive In Lieu Of RIF Offer (in/outside
    Commuting Area)
  • Reduction In Force Participation
  • HR Services
  • Outplacement Resume Preparation Assistance
  • Transition Briefings
  • Individual Counseling

53
IF YOU VOLUNTEER…
  • ACCEPT JOB OFFER
  • Ineligible For
  • Voluntary Early Retirement Authority (VERA)
  • Voluntary Separation Incentive Pay (VSIP)
  • Priority Placement Program Registration
  • Reduction in Force Participation
  • Must Sign Agreement To Move (Penalty for
    Declining)
  • Full PCS DNRP
  • Reporting Dates
  • Based on Mission Needs and Building Availability
  • Employee Preferences Considered

54
IF YOU VOLUNTEER
  • DECLINE JOB OFFER
  • Remain In Current Position Unless Otherwise
    Placed
  • Participate In RIF When Position Becomes Excess
  • Ineligible To Apply For VERA/VSIP
  • Ineligible For Early PPP Registration
  • If Eligible For Severance Pay, Mandatory PPP
    Registrant In Commuting Area Upon Receipt Of RIF
    Separation Notice
  • Subject to MDR To SCOE After The VP (Penalty For
    Declining)

55
IF YOU VOLUNTEER
  • Initially Accept Later Decline Job Offer
  • Separated Under Adverse Action Procedures
  • Ineligible For
  • Voluntary Separation Incentive Pay
  • PPP Registration
  • TRADOC Mandatory Surplus Placement Program

56
EXAMPLE 1
  • Sammy Shell Assigned to T-School at Fort
    Eustis. He did not volunteer to relocate to the
    SCOE at Fort Lee, VA. Tentative RIF date is Sep
    10. He is seeking other employment. What
    happens to Sammy?
  • He will continue to perform assigned duties
  • At T-School until RIF date or by TDY to Ft. Lee
    subject to mission requirements
  • Be Detailed to other jobs
  • He may register in DOD approved early PPP
    (Commanders Discretion)
  • He remains on the rolls until the RIF date
  • He pursues continued Federal employment

57
EXAMPLE 2
  • Sally Simmons Assigned to OMMS at APG. Did not
    volunteer to move to the SCOE at Fort Lee, VA.
    Tentative RIF date is Sep 10. Sally wants to
    retire, but will not be eligible until Feb 11.
    What happens to Sally?
  • She could apply for VERA/VSIP during the open
    window. She would be subject to the management
    imposed separation date.
  • With Mgmt approval she may remain on rolls until
    she reaches voluntary retirement eligibility.
  • She may be detailed to other work subject to
    mission requirements or be required to go TDY to
    Fort Lee when needed until her separation date.

58
EXAMPLE 3
  • Susie Stevens Works in the OMEMS at RSA. She
    volunteers, receives, and accepts final job offer
    at SCOE, Fort Lee, VA which is scheduled to move
    Feb 2010. Susie changes her mind and applies for
    a position with the State Dept in Washington DC
    in Apr 2009. What happens if Susie accepts the
    position with State Dept?
  • Susie leaves OMEMS for her new position w/State
    Dept subject to normal employee release
    procedures
  • If Susie already had PCS orders for SCOE, Fort
    Lee, VA AND spent SCOE money, e.g., house
    hunting, Susie will be required to reimburse SCOE
    money. Susie will still report to State Dept on
    the agreed upon release date.

59
EXAMPLE 4
  • Sarah Snyder Works at T-School at Fort Eustis.
    She volunteers and receives a job offer. Sarah
    DECLINES the job offer. What happens to Sarah?
  • She is ineligible for early PPP registration
  • If eligible for severance pay, she is a mandatory
    registrant in PPP in the commuting area when the
    RIF notice is issued
  • She is ineligible for VSIP, but may be eligible
    later prior to RIF
  • She is separated through RIF procedures if
  • not placed through PPP
  • does not find a job on her own
  • does not retire (voluntary or DSR)
  • does not resign

60
EXAMPLE 5
  • Stanley Steamer Employee at OMMS at APG. He
    volunteers, receives, and ACCEPTS a firm job
    offer at SCOE, Fort Lee, VA, signs mandatory
    relocation agreement. When DIRECTED to relocate
    in Sept 10, Stanley DECLINES. What happens to
    Stanley?
  • He is ineligible for RIF placement
  • He is ineligible for VERA and VSIP
  • He is ineligible for DSR or Severance Pay
  • He is ineligible for PPP/MSPP
  • He receives notice of proposed separation under
    adverse action procedures. He is involuntarily
    separated from Federal Service (unless he finds
    his own continuing employment, retires, or
    resigns)

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Personal BRAC Preparation
  • STAY INFORMED
  • DEVELOP A PERSONAL TRANSITION PLAN
  • MAINTAIN OPEN COMMUNICATION LINES
  • KEEP YOUR FAMILY MEMBERS INFORMED
  • GET STARTED NOW

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Preparing for BRAC STAY INFORMED
  • Get Informed and Stay Informed
  • Attend All Townhall Sessions
  • Visit http//www.cpms.osd.mil/brac
  • Visit local CPAC websites
  • Attend Retirement Seminars
  • Keep Family Members Informed
  • Assess Quality of Life Factors _at_ Lee

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Preparing for BRAC DEVELOP A PERSONAL
TRANSITION PLAN
  • FEDERAL CAREER CONTINUATION PLAN
  • Explore Job Opportunities, Retraining,
    Outplacement Assistance Programs
  • Develop A Checklist Of Program, Benefits
    Eligibility Requirements
  • Determine What Action is Required of You
  • Update Your Resume
  • Enroll In Government Sponsored Placement Programs
    ASAP
  • APPLY For Other Federal Job Opportunities
  • VOLUNTARY SEPARATION FROM FEDERAL SERVICE PLAN
  • Explore Retirement Eligibility Options
  • Determine Financial Readiness
  • Request Retirement Calculation https//www.abc.arm
    y.mil/
  • Explore Separation Incentive Programs

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Preparing for BRAC MAINTAIN OPEN COMMUNICATION
LINES
  • DISCUSS JOB STATUS WITH LEADERSHIP
  • ATTEND CPAC BRIEFS
  • BENEFITS
  • ENTITLEMENTS
  • RIF

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Preparing for BRAC KEEP YOUR FAMILY MEMBERS
INFORMED
  • ENCOURAGE FAMILY MEMBERS TO
  • Attend Town Hall Briefings
  • Attend Retirement Seminars
  • Explore Quality of Life Websites
  • Visit Fort Lee Area

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Preparing for BRAC GET STARTED NOW!!
  • Research Local Area Employment Opportunities
  • Assess/Improve Personal Marketability For
  • Federal Employment
  • Non Federal Employment
  • Conduct Salary Comparisons
  • Federal Salary vs Non Federal Salary
  • Federal Salary vs Retirement Income

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QUESTIONS?
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Fort Eustis BRAC Transition Center
  • USATCS BRAC Transition Center will be located
    in Room 43 Bldg 705
  • Center manned daily throughout the Volunteer
    Process for individual appointments/counseling
  • Center manning by appointment after completion
    of the volunteer process
  • Daily manning during other critical points (PPP,
    VSIP, etc.)
  • Informational briefings on topics of interest

Spearhead of Logistics!
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SCoE BRAC VOLUNTEER PROCESS TRANSPORTATION CENTER
SCHOOL POINTS OF CONTACT FOR ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION/ASSISTANCE
  • Karri Dobson, HR Specialist
    878-2801
  • Stephanie Williams, Team Leader 878-1146
  • Greta Alto, HR Specialist
    878-2016
  • Pam Wells, Retirement
    878-1368
  • Debbie Kelley, CPAC Supervisor 878-2504
  • Yvonne Scales, CPAC Director
    878-5646
  • Bonny Supplee, HR Tech (for appts) 878-5749

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PANEL SESSION WHAT ARE YOUR QUESTIONS?
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