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Title: CPO Forum


1
CPO Forum
  • 02 May 2006
  • Denver, Colorado

2
HSOs Are
  • The 4th largest category (829)
  • The most diverse category
  • The future of the Corps!

Strength Through Diversity!
3
Who We Are HSOs By Rank
2004
4
Who We Are HSOs By Subcategory (N829 as of 10
APR 2006 )
5
Who We Are HSO Clinical Disciplines
6
Who We Are HSO Administrative Disciplines
7
Who We Are HSO BAS Disciplines
8
Where We Work Agencies With gt15 HSOs
30
15
15
12
8
PSC14, SAMHSA14, EPA12, ATSDR9, USDA7,
Interior3, CIA1, DoD1
9
Where We Work States With gt30 HSOs
29 of HSOs work in MD or DC
10
How We Have Grown New HSOs by Year of Entry
10 APR
11
Professional Advisory Groups to HS PAC
12
Transformation
  • Where Are We So Far? - Timeline
  • November 7, 2005 Decision-making meeting with
    Department leadership
  • December 5, 2005 Announcement of decisions and
    follow-on Implementation Planning Work Groups
  • January 18, 2006 - Secretarys Roll-out
  • February 2006 Congressional Request for
    increase in FY 07 Transformation budget
  • February 2006 White House Katrina Report
  • March 8, 2006 Work Group reports completed

13
Transformation Work Groups
  • Classification and Positions
  • Chair CAPT Patricia Simone
  • Sizing the Corps
  • Chair RADM Sam Shekar
  • Recruitment, Training, Career Development Chair
    - CAPT Kerry Nesseler
  • Assignments
  • Chair RADM Eric Broderick
  • Readiness
  • Chair RADM John Babb

14

Transformation Work Groups
  • Work Groups met weekly from Jan 5 Feb 28, 2006
  • HHS agencies with COs invited to designate a
    member to serve on each work group. Members also
    represented BOP, and Coast Guard
  • Each group also had representatives from OCCFM,
    OSG/OCCO, and JOAG and staff support from the
    Lewin Group
  • Participation included about 100 officers
  • Categories (CPOs and PACs) were not directly
    included in this process
  • A coordinating group composed of group chairs and
    senior leaders also met weekly

15

Classification
  • 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

16

Sizing
  • DECISION The size of the Corps should be 6,600
    positions should be allocated across agencies
    taking that into account

17

Recruitment and Training
  • 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 officers career

18
Assignments
  • 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

19
Readiness
  • DECISION Implement a 4-tiered response
    capability, exempt mission critical officers
  • Designate Secretary as the activation
    decision-maker
  • Per Katrina Report Create 315 member Health and
    Medical Response (HAMR) team
  • Will draw upon new Corps hires
  • 36 million from central funds
  • Proposed for 2007 Hurricane season

20
Readiness
  • Tier One
  • 5 Rapid Deployment Force (RDF) Teams of 105
    officers will train and deploy as a unit, within
    200 miles of
  • Washington, DC PHS-1 and PHS-2
  • Atlanta Raleigh/Durham PHS-3
  • Dallas Oklahoma City PHS-4
  • Phoenix Albuquerque PHS-5
  • 10 Secretarys Emergency Response Teams (SERTs)
    of 30 centered in each PHS Regional Office
  • Report to point of departure within 12 hours of
    notification

21
Readiness
  • Tier Two
  • Geographically dispersed
  • 5 Applied Public Health Teams (APHTs)
  • 47 officers per team
  • A public health department in a box
  • 5 Mental Health Teams (MHTs)
  • 26 officers per team
  • Provide mental health/behavioral health services
  • Report to point of departure within 36 hours of
    notification

22
Readiness
  • Tier Three
  • All other active duty officers
  • Report to point of departure within 72 hours of
    notification
  • Deploy to augment Tier 1 or Tier 2 teams or to
    provide specific requested skills
  • Tier Four
  • Officers in the Inactive Reserve Corps

23
Readiness
  • All officers will be placed in Tiers 1, 2, or 3
  • All officers will be on call every 5th month in a
    rotating schedule
  • Mission critical officers will only deploy in
    extreme events
  • OFRD has asked all officers to go the OFRD
    website and fill out a brief questionnaire
    related to Tier, roles, experience training
  • Applications will be reviewed by Team Leaders
  • OFRD will contact supervisor and agency prior to
    Tier 1 or 2 placement

24
Publicity
  • ORC Macro under contract with HHS to do PR for
    PHS
  • Print media
  • Commercials
  • Other promotional material
  • Request officers to complete an officer bio
  • Request a small number of officers for focus
    groups
  • Request officers to participate in a videotaped
    interview

25
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