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Title: MARINE CORPS


1
  • MARINE CORPS
  • FAMILY TEAM BUILDING
  • AS-IS STATE

14 May 2007
2
OVERVIEW
  • SCOPE
  • ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE
  • PROGRAM FUNCTIONS
  • EMPLOYEES
  • VOLUNTEERS
  • UTILIZATION
  • PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT
  • FINANCIAL INFORMATION

3
SCOPE
4
MCFTB BACKGROUND
  • MCFTB WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1999
  • GUIDING POLICY MCO 1754.6A AND NAVMC DIRECTIVE
    1754.6A PUBLISHED IN JAN 2006
  • STATED MISSION
  • TO ENSURE THE MARINE CORPS MAINTAINS OPTIMUM UNIT
    EFFECTIVENESS AND MISSION READINESS
  • TO PREPARE MARINE FAMILIES TO SUCCESSFULLY MEET
    THE CHALLENGES OF THE MILITARY LIFESTYLE
  • MULTIPLE OWNERS
  • INSTALLATION COMMANDERS WILL ESTABLISH AND
    MAINTAIN A MCFTB PROGRAM
  • COMMANDING OFFICERS AT ALL LEVELS WILL ESTABLISH
    AND SUPPORT A KVN
  • CHAPLAINS PREP AND CREDO

5
MCFTB ORGANIZATIONAL CHART
  • MCFTB FACILITATES FIVE DISTINCT, YET
    COMPLEMENTARY, FAMILY READINESS PROGRAMS

MCFTB
CHAPLAINS RELIGIOUS ENRICHMENT DEVELOP-MENT
OPERATION (CREDO)
LIFESTYLE INSIGHTS, NETWORKING, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS
(L.I.N.K.S.)
PREVENTION AND RELATIONSHIP ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM
(PREP)
SPOUSES LEARNING SERIES (SLS)
KEY VOLUNTEER NETWORK (KVN)
6
MCFTB ACCOUNTABILITY
INSTALLATION
OPERATIONAL
  • PROGRAM
  • KVN
  • PERSONNEL
  • INSTALLATIONCOMMANDER
  • MCCS DIRECTOR
  • MCFTB DIRECTOR
  • L.I.N.K.S. TEAM LEADER
  • KV TRAINER
  • PERSONNEL
  • COMMANDING OFFICER
  • FAMILY READINESS OFFICER
  • KEY VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR
  • KEY VOLUNTEER ADVISOR
  • KEY VOLUNTEERS
  • PROGRAMS
  • MCFTB PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION
  • L.I.N.K.S.
  • SLS
  • KV TRAINING

PREP CREDO CHAPLAINS PROGRAMS
MCFTB SUPPORT COUNCIL
7
MCFTB INSTALLATION FUNCTIONS AND PROGRAMS
  • MCFTB PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION
  • FACILITATES FIVE DISTINCT PROGRAMS
  • EDUCATION THAT ENHANCES FAMILY READINESS
  • L.I.N.K.S.
  • PROVIDE NEW SPOUSES WITH A BASIC ORIENTATION TO
    THEIR NEW LIFESTYLE
  • A MENTORING PROGRAM DESIGNED BY SPOUSES FOR
    SPOUSES
  • USUALLY DELIVERED BY A VOLUNTEER TEAM
  • TEAM LEADER, MENTOR MANAGER, MENTOR, OIT, AND
    CHILDCARE COORDINATOR
  • MATERIALS OFFERED ON-LINE AND FACE TO FACE AND
    ALTERNATE COURSE DESIGNS

8
MCFTB INSTALLATION FUNCTIONS AND PROGRAMS
  • SPOUSES LEARNING SERIES (SLS)
  • MULTIFACETED APPROACH
  • INTERACTIVE, EDUCATIONAL WORKSHOPS ONLINE
    COURSES AND/OR SUPPLEMENTAL TRAINING SESSIONS
  • PROVIDE EDUCATION AND THE PROPER SKILLS TO
    FURTHER THE DEVELOPMENT OF VOLUNTEERS
  • FUNCTIONS AS A BENEFIT AND REWARD
  • CMC (MRZ) MAINTAINS STANDARDIZED SLS COURSE
    CONTENT AND MANAGES MOTIVATIONAL SPEAKER CONTRACT
  • KEY VOLUNTEER (KV) TRAINING
  • STANDARIZED BASICS
  • MAY BE SUPPLEMENTED WITH LOCAL MATERIAL
  • MAY BE ACCOMPLISHED IN A GROUP, ONE-ON-ONE, OR
    ONLINE

9
MCFTB INSTALLATION FUNCTIONS AND PROGRAMS
  • PREVENTION AND RELATIONSHIP ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM
    (PREP)
  • DELIVERED BY QUALIFIED AND APPROPRIATELY
    PREP-TRAINED CHAPLAINS
  • RELATIONSHIP ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM FOR COUPLES
  • NOT AN MWR PROGRAM NOT AUTHORIZED NAF FUNDS
  • CHAPLAINS RELIGIOUS ENRICHMENT DEVELOPMENT
    OPERATION (CREDO)
  • DELIVERED BY CHAPLAIN CORPS
  • RETREAT-BASED PROGRAM
  • REGIONALLY DELIVERED
  • NOT AN MWR PROGRAM NOT AUTHORIZED NAF FUNDS

10
MCFTB OPERATIONAL FUNCTIONS
  • KEY VOLUNTEER NETWORK (KVN)
  • COMMANDERS PROGRAM
  • UNIT COMMUNICATION NETWORK
  • COMMANDERS FAMILY READINESS TOOL
  • SUPPORT AND ASSIST COMMANDER BY PROVIDING
    INFORMATION REFERRAL

11
INSTALLATION ORGANIZATIONAL ALIGNMENT
  • 11 INSTALLATIONS HAVE MCFTB AS A STAND ALONE
    DIRECTORATE
  • 7 INSTALLATIONS HAVE MCFTB COMBINED WITH MARINE
    AND FAMILY SERVICES
  • MCFTB AT SOME INSTALLATIONS CONTAIN PROGRAMS THAT
    ARE NOT IN THE ORDER SUCH AS EXCEPTIONAL FAMILY
    MEMBER PROGRAM (EFMP) AND NEW PARENT SUPPORT
    PROGRAM (NPSP)
  • MCFTB STAFF MAY BE DUAL-HATTED DUE TO SIZE AND
    SCOPE OF PROGRAM. SOME INSTALLATIONS HAVE
    EXPANDED THE SIZE AND SCOPE OF THE PROGRAM AND
    HAVE STAFF THAT WORK ONLY FOR MCFTB.

12
INSTALLATION FUNCTIONAL DEPLOYMENT
  • EACH INSTALLATION WAS ASKED TO PROVIDE A
    DESCRIPTION OF FUNCTIONAL DESIGN AND DEPLOYMENT
  • MOST COMMONLY IDENTIFIED FUNCTIONS

Information and Referral
Administration
Outreach/ Public Relations
Training/Education
13
BEAUFORT
Information Referral
Administration
Training
Public Relations
--order supplies --prepare information table
materials at pre-deployment briefs --Update and
print deployment handbooks --Schedule and set-up
rooms for briefings/training sessions --Set up AV
equipment --Receive child care reservations for
training sessions and forward to CDC --Prepare
logistics for USO base events --Develop program
budget --reimburse volunteers --Create
certificates for volunteers --Plan/organize
volunteer luncheon (logistics, catering,
invitations, decorations, set up guest
speaker) --email Coordinators/KV advisors
notifying them of upcoming events --Contact base
newspaper and MCCS e-happenings about upcoming
events
--Conduct KV basic class --Conduct
one-on-one training for KV coordinators and
FROs --Modify class to meet participants
experience and type of unit --Organize 9 LINKS
sessions per year and others by
request --Conduct yearly SLS seminar (w/ Parris
Island) --Conduct CO/KVA training for each
incoming CO --Conduct resource training as
follow-up to the online training
--Attend pre-deployment briefs to explain the
resources MCFTB has --Contact FROs at units to
see how MCFTB can help --Coordinates Support
Counsel meetings (every other month for one
hour) --Attend Family Days to describe MCFTB
programs and to recruit volunteers --Meet with
FRO and CO to know command better --Conduct
one-on-one training that is tailored to
individual
--Discuss MCFTB programs at pre-deployment
briefs --Answer questions participants have at
pre-deployment briefs --Conduct return and
reunion briefs (one or two a month) --Create and
perform puppet show for kids at return and
reunion briefs --Refer callers to appropriate
base POCs --Assist coordinators in answering
questions they receive
14
CHERRY POINT
Administration
Education and Training
Information and Referral
Support
--assist MFS with their programs --Help market
other branches events --Set up logistics
for other branches events --Participate in
base air show during deployed Family
Night --Help FROs and the KVN by explaining the
rules and regulations policy and needs of the
KVN --Maintain MCFTB Center Supplies, Computer
Printing Area, meeting space for all units to
utilize. -- assist all units military
personnel and volunteers when they are utilizing
the center.

--Prepare and present Family Readiness
Officer training (once every 2 months) --conduct
KVC, KV Basic, KVA, and Refresher class Once per
month --conduct L.I.N.K.S. training once per
Month --conduct L.I.N.K.S. mentor training Once a
quarter --conduct L.I.N.K.S. FRO training once
per quarter --Conduct yearly SLS seminar --Conduct
leadership workshop Quarterly --Prepare course
material
--Recognize volunteers annually (KV appreciation
evening event awards prizes) --Market program
using newsletters newspapers, emails --Hold
quarterly meetings (KVN meeting and MCFTB council
meeting) --Advertise upcoming training
sessions --Keep track of fundraising/donations
and expenditures for 30 unit accounts --Reimburse
unit volunteers for POV miles and childcare
--conduct pre-deployment briefs answer
questions --Conduct return and reunion briefs
show slideshow answer questions interact with
participants --Answer various questions
regarding base services --Research and refer
callers to correct POC --contact local schools
about on-base Resources and upcoming
program Schedule --educate schools on the
role and needs Of military family --contact
several community Organizations about the needs
of military family
deployment support falls under education
training, Info and referral, support
15
LEJEUNE
  • Develop curriculum stay up with trends
  • Prepare deliver pre-deployment briefs (Married
    Singles)
  • Deployment workshops for children
  • Prepare deliver Return and Reunion Workshops
    for spouses children
  • Act as liaison between the Marine Corps and
    schools (DoD and county) inform schools of
    upcoming workshops and services available on base
  • Liaison with units answer questions CO has
    check in with unit monthly inform unit of
    upcoming events
  • Conduct In the Midst sessions at middle of
    deployments (3 hours)
  • Conduct Beyond the Brief… the Rest of the Story
    (2 hours a week for 6 weeks on various deployment
    related topics) MCFTB presents some weeks,
    other branches present other weeks, but a member
    of MCFTB is always present

Deployment Support
Administration
Training
Information And Referral
  • Market program
  • Coordinate logistics
  • for meetings
  • Register participants
  • for training
  • Prepare training
  • materials
  • Produce/publish
  • training schedule
  • Answer Emails
  • Schedule Employees
  • Answer questions on base Services
  • Refer to appropriate resource
  • Research questions to determine who caller needs
    to speak to
  • Call back callers who left after-hour messages
  • Develop curriculum
  • Stay up with trends

KV/FRO/SLS
  • Develop curriculum stay up with trends
  • Hold general training sessions as well as
    sessions for requested units
  • Conduct KV(KV basics, KV coordinator) and
    FRO/FRSNCO trainings
  • (at least one per month)
  • Conduct annual SLS training event
  • Work with other MCCS branches to develop new
    sessions
  • Conduct Resource training

16
PARRIS ISLAND
Administration
Outreach
Training
Information and Referral
--Assist Depot with Disseminating
emergency Information (specifically for hurricane
preparedness) for families --Forward any/all
pertinent info to all Units' Family Readiness
Networks --Meet with individual battalions
monthly to brief them on upcoming events in the
next 3 months --Coordinate and attend Monthly
Family Readiness meetings to meet with units to
receive update on battalions and to
convey Upcoming training --Engage volunteers
--Meet with units to go Over who has been
Trained and if up-to-date On appointment letters
--order all unit supplies --Coordinate
meetings --Order refreshments for
meetings --Promote events --Produce training
materials --Notify FROs, KVs, etc. daily of
upcoming events --Write column in MCCS
Newsletter --Produce flyers to be
sent Electronically and in-person About upcoming
events --Manage budget --Produce KV, KVC, and FRO
Certificates --Plan MCFTB volunteer appreciation
dinner --Reimburse volunteers --Advertise,
promote and execute annual SLS seminar/session
-Teach KV Basics (5 hrs) -Modify course to
fit Recruit Depot -Teach KVC, and FROs every
other month (2 hrs)
--Communicate with QoL coordinators at
Recruiting districts to share
information --Brief units and their Families at
Family Days --Answer questions At Family
Days --Answer phone calls on base
services (mostly from Recruit families and
local military families)
17
PENDLETON
Administration
Family Team Building
Information And Referral
  • --Coordinate with units for briefs
  • and training
  • Coordinate location for training
  • sessions and set-up
  • --Coordinate child care
  • during training sessions
  • --Prepare/Update training materials
  • - Deployment Planning Guide
  • - Deployment Information Package
  • - Information and Resource Guide
  • - FRO
  • - Reunite, Readjust, Rediscover,
  • Handbooks
  • -- Print trng completion certificates
  • Review and Record Evaluations
  • - Record Statistical Information

--Provide the following briefs/ training -
Commanders Brief - Family Readiness Officer -
Key Volunteer (Basic and Coordinator) - Pre
Deployment - Deployment - Return and Reunion
- Spouse Leadership Seminar --Tasks Oriented
Response Team (TORT) Provide resources to
families based on identified unit
need/concern/ emergency --Provide support and
briefs at Family and Community Days --Provide
support at Kids 1st Fair given by
Children, Youth Teen --Kids and
deployment Briefs available upon request
--Answer questions, assist and give guidance to
callers --Answer questions and provide
referrals to participants attending Family and
Community Days --Provide information
to Commanders regarding Deployment --Meet with
key POC at individual units to explain the
resources available to them at MCFTB --Hold KV
quarterly meetings to update volunteers and units
on upcoming events --Hold MCFTB council meetings
18
MIRAMAR
Administration
Team Building
Provide Services
Needs Assessment
--Purchase supplies --Reserve classroom
for Training sessions --Set up AV
equipment --Provide data reports to HQ --Develop
budget -reimburse volunteers --Produce
and promulgate monthly MCFTB newsletter --Send
e-newsletter Containing important Info on
upcoming events --Update deployment Handbook --Pr
oduce and update Contact list for base Services
and key POC in KV network and unit.
--Provide KV basic Training --Conduct KVC and FRO
training (group Sessions and one-on-one) --Conduc
t briefs on Return and reunion --Conduct
pre- Deployment briefs --Teach SLS Modules that
are also available online
--meet with CO of units to determine what
support/training is needed --Plan and attend
quarterly Council meetings --Attend monthly wing
FRO Meetings and Monthly deployment Readiness
support meetings Medical Advisory meetings NMCR
Society
--Attend monthly KV meetings (KVA and KVC are
present) --Provide information And give brief at
Family Days
19
29 PALMS
--Conduct monthly KV basic training --Conduct Mon
thly KV Coordinator training --Conduct monthly FR
O training --Conduct L.I.N.K.S. Training
--provide briefs based on Unit request --Clarify
information Services available --Conduct
quarterly base support brief --research and
provide Information and referral --Brief at
Family Days And provide information To families
--Arranges childcare During training
sessions --Assists in registering Participants
for training --Plans volunteer Appreciation award
Ceremony --Launch daily emails to KV and FROs
On upcoming events
--Meet with new Marines spouses answer
questions --Meet with incoming And outgoing
KVC To help smooth Transition --Provide informati
on And referral
--Conduct SLS Motivational Workshop --Provide
logistics For annual seminar
Family Readiness Training
Command Education
Administration
Individual Education
Personal Growth/ Training
Deployment Support
KV Support
--Prepare deployment briefs --Provide education
about deployments --Conduct Pre-deployment
briefs --Conduct Return and Reunion
briefs --Participate in huggers program to
welcome and send off Marines distribute
business cards to families if they have Questions
during deployment
--Act as resource for volunteers --Provide
information on upcoming events --Hold MCFTB
council meetings with unit leadership to
understand unit needs
20
QUANTICO
Administration
Training
Information And Referral
-Manage and Administer Programs -Manage
Personnel -Manage Resources --develop budget
--track expenditures -Manage Volunteers
--Recognize volunteers --Provide
Reimbursements --Provide training -Market
program -Provides logistics for SLS deployment
support ----manage the materials and equipment
necessary for deployment support ---Coordinate
pre-deployment briefs ---Contact unit FRO to keep
connectivity with deployed families ---Coordinate
with Additional Agencies to provide
support ---Mail care packages to troops
-Conduct training --KVN --L.I.N.K.S.
--FRO -Supplement courses curriculum -Prepare
course materials -Conduct course follow-up
--at course end --three months from
course completion deployment
support ---train FROs and other staff on
deployment matters
- Provide updates for website -Conduct
information briefs at Family Days -Conduct
Welcome Aboard briefs -Promote KVN and
L.I.N.K.S. training at Meet Greets, Welcome
Aboard briefs, newspapers ads, marquees,
etc. deployment support ---provide information
and referral services throughout all stages of
deployment support through education, briefs and
marketing materials ---Meet with Marines prior to
deployments (one-on-one) --Meet with Commanders
to explain MCFTB and what services are
available ---Conduct return and reunion sessions
21
IWAKUNI
Administration
Program Support (KVN, LINKS, SLS)
Keep Volunteers Happy!
-Manage and Administer Programs -Provide
Reimbursements -Develop defend budget -Track
expenditures -Recognize Volunteers -Coordinate
Training -Market Program -Administer Deployment
Support Child Care Program -Respond to numerous
emails and phone calls with all sorts of
questions and requests.
-Coordinate training (KVN, FRO, L.I.N.K.S.,
SLS) -Process Reimbursements -Track
individual budgets for 6 commands -Coordinate
and fund appreciation events. -Motivate
Volunteers -Prepare course materials -Respond
to all sorts of various requests for MCFTB help
-Work directly with COs, FROs and KVCs to
determine the needs of each individual KV Network
- then work to give them what they need!
22
BUTLER
Information Referral
Training
Administration
  • Conduct and Attend Training
  • -KVN
  • KVB, KVC, FRO
  • Commanders Course
  • Japanese KVB
  • -Deployment Support
  • In the Midst
  • Kids and Deployment
  • Pre-deployment Briefs
  • Return Reunion
  • Kids Return Reunion
  • -L.I.N.K.S.
  • Japanese L.I.N.K.S.
  • Targeting Teens
  • Connecting Kids
  • -SLS
  • -JSO (Japanese Spouses Orientation)
  • English as a Second Language
  • -Premarital Workshop
  • Program Marketing
  • -AFN Radio TV Readers
  • -AFN Radio TV Commercials
  • -AFN Radio Interviews
  • -MCCS Publications
  • -MCCS Web Page
  • -Program Brochures
  • -Print Media to include Japanese
    publications
  • Promote MCFTB Programs through outreach
  • -Command Briefs
  • -Lunchbox Versions of KV/L.I.N.K.S./FRO
  • -Unit Specific Briefs
  • Notify Families of Family Readiness Issues and
    Information via the FRO Roster
  • -Newsletters
  • Key Volunteer Okinawa Conference
  • Manage and administer programs
  • Manage Personnel
  • Manage Resources
  • -Develop Budget
  • -Track Expenditures
  • Manage Volunteers
  • -Track Volunteer Hours
  • -Volunteer Recognition
  • -Provide Reimbursements
  • -Recruit Retain
  • -Provide Training
  • Marketing Program
  • -AFN Radio TV
  • -Print Media
  • -Program Brochures
  • Develop policy and procedures

23
HAWAII
Coordination
Volunteer Recruitment
Education/ Information
Administration
--order KV logo T-shirts --Distribute
Information on MCFTB Programs through
Email --Conduct quarterly Support Council
Meetings --order gifts for KV Appreciation
event --Contract with catering For food for KV
Appreciation event --Conduct L.I.N.K.S.
mentor/Team meetings --Reimburse
volunteers --Handle check requests For
refreshments --Write up purchase Orders for
supplies --Send monthly data Reports to
HQ --Answer questions Regarding the program
--Coordinate yearly KV appreciation
event --coordinate guest Speakers for base-wide
meetings --Prepare pre-deployment, Return and
Reunion, And Family Day briefs --Prepare
information packets to give out at info tables at
briefs --Coordinate Childrens Marine Corps
Birthday Balls (catering contract
Recreation equipment Guest speakers) --Coordinate
Return and Reunion briefs (guest Speakers,
refreshments, Child care) --Coordinate
Pre-deployment Briefs (FRO is often too
busy) --Coordinate annual SLS Seminar --Coordinate
Deployment Child Care with CDC (get word
out Answer questions/respond to
Complaints) --Coordinate Operation Homefront
And various other events (picnics, Carnivals,
swim parties)
--help units Recruit KVs --Hold special Family
Days where the goal Is to recruit new volunteers
--Provide Family Readiness Education to
spouses. --Conduct KV Basic training --conduct
KVC And FRO training --Hold open house (Info
booth about Programs) --Market
programs --Provide SLS training
24
ALBANY
Education and Training
Administration
Support
-- Prepare and track budget information --
Prepare Quarterly Newsletter -- Prepare meeting
materials for Advisory Council Meetings --
Prepare recognition certificates -- Conduct
Advisory Council Meetings
-- Conduct KV training 2-3 times per year --
Conduct pre-deployment briefs -- Conduct
monthly Meet and Greets -- Conduct volunteer and
spouse appreciation days -- Assist with return
and reunion activities
-- Provide support to tenant activities and
reserve units -- Conduct Spouse Hobby Nights --
Conduct new spouse Meet and Greets
25
CAMP ALLEN
Information and Referral
Education and Training
Support
-- Conduct KV basic course -- Conduct quarterly
L.I.N.K.S. sessions -- Conduct SLS training --
Conduct training courses on demand
-- Conduct pre-deployment and return and reunion
briefs for both Individual Augments and Platoon
deployments
-- Participate in pre-deployment briefs --
Participate in return and reunion
briefs/activities -- Partner with the Navy to
conduct walk-in pre-deployment brief held
monthly
26
BARSTOW
Administration
-- Coordinate and newsletter and social events --
No program implemented in the past -- CO is
trying to implement a new program
27
NEW RIVER
Administration
Education and Training
Support

-- Purchase supplies for KV -- Conduct KV
Advisory Council meetings -- Provide
correspondence between MCFTB and units -- Prepare
post cards and fliers for advertising -- Prepare
and track KV budget information for both APF and
NAF -- Provide correspondence between MCFTB and HQ
-- Provide KV training -- Provide FRO training --
Coordinate L.I.N.K.S. training -- Conduct
pre-deployment briefs
-- Coordinate reservations/ scheduling of
training rooms -- Purchase supplies for entire
building -- Act as building manager
28
YUMA
Training and Education
Support
-- Provides distribution lists for FROs and
KVs -- Conducts MCFTB Support Council meeting --
Provides information and referral services as
needed -- Provides resources and materials to
KV -- Provides support to individual unit KVN
programs -- Provides admin support to
L.I.N.K.S., PREP and CREDO
-- Conducts pre-deployment and return and
reunion briefs -- Provides resource training --
Provides FRO training -- Provides KVC
training -- Organizes and hosts SLS
training sessions -- Participates in Semper Fit
Great Escape program -- Created Resource
Training Guidebook for MCAS Yuma KV -- Conducts
KV Basic Training
--
29
SAN DIEGO
Administration
Education and Training
Support
  • -Contact members of the council with information,
    reminders and minutes from meetings.
  • Provide set-up and break-down of the meeting
    area.
  • -Set and distribute agenda.
  • Chair meeting.
  • -Manage budget.
  • -Make arrangements for childcare
  • for all MCFTB functions when
  • needed and coordinate payment to providers.
  • -Plan and coordinate events for
  • Volunteer Recognition, Month of Military Child,
    Military Spouse Appreciation and any other events
    that enhance family readiness.
  • -Provide monthly data call or
  • other data as needed.
  • -Provide all admin support to the L.I.N.K.S.
    Team.
  • -Provide lunch for L.I.N.K.S.
  • sessions
  • -Provide briefs and information on all five
    pillars under MCFTB.
  • -Provide insight and overview on MCFTB as needed.
  • -Liaison with community outreach to civilian
    sector in dealing with issues and concerns of
    military
  • lifestyles.
  • -Provide KV Training monthly.
  • -Prepare classroom and all other meetings for KV
    Training sessions.
  • -Provide FRO and KVC training as needed.
  • -Provide Drill Instructor Spouse Orientation.
  • -Coordinate with KVC, FRO, and unit CO for their
    attendance.
  • Facilitate and conduct open discussions.
  • -Coordinate logistics with presenters.
  • -Plan and coordinate week long KV conference.
  • -Provide monthly KV workshop.
  • -Provide briefs and marketing tools for
    L.I.N.K.S. Team.
  • --Contact Chaplain, Career Planner and VIP for
    L.I.N.K.S. sessions.
  • -Fill in for mentors as needed.
  • -Provide lunch for sessions.
  • -Attend L.I.N.K.S. monthly team meetings.
  • -Assist Team Leader and OIT as needed.

-
-
-Provide support on MCFTB issues to units aboard
MCRD San Diego. -Provide any other assistance To
units as needed for booths, man tables, etc...
30
OPERATIONAL FUNCTION
  • DEPLOYMENT
  • NOT DOCUMENTED
  • NEED TO PREPARE BEFORE COMPLETION OF THE FA

31
MCFTB PERSONNEL
32
MCFTB INSTALLATION BILLETS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  • INSTALLATION
  • INSTALLATION COMMANDER
  • ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN MCFTB PROGRAM
  • MCCS DIRECTOR
  • OVERALL PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION
  • PROVIDE MCFTB STAFF
  • MCFTB DIRECTOR
  • OVERALL PROGRAM SUPERVISOR MAY BE MILITARY OR
    CIVILIAN
  • RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL MCFTB TRAINING AND SUPPORT TO
    ALL OPERATIONAL AND TENANT COMMANDS
  • KV TRAINER
  • MAY BE FULL-TIME OR PART-TIME

33
NUMBER OF INSTALLATION MILITARY PERSONNEL
EMPLOYEES
  • 57 EMPLOYEES (40.4 FTEs)
  • 48 FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES (35.7 FTEs)
  • 6 PART-TIME EMPLOYEES (3.575 FTEs)
  • 3 FLEX EMPLOYEES (1.125 FTEs)
  • THIS NUMBER REPRESENTS TIME DEVOTED TO KVN,
    L.I.N.K.S. AND SLS)

34
INSTALLATION EMPLOYEE SUMMARY
  • MANY EMPLOYEES ARE EITHER PRIOR MILITARY, OR FROM
    A MILITARY FAMILY (SPOUSE, CHILD)
  • PREDOMINANTLY NONAPPROPRIATED FUND EMPLOYEES
  • HIGHLY EDUCATED
  • NON-STANDARD BILLET TITLES
  • THERE ARE MORE VOLUNTEERS THAN EMPLOYEES (129-1
    VOLUNTEERS TO EMPLOYEE)

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BY BILLET ANALYSIS
  • METHODOLOGY
  • NON-STANDARD BILLETS BASE BY BASE
  • FOR COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS PURPOSES, LIKE BILLETS
    WERE GROUPED IN ORDER OF CIVILIAN GRADES (APF AND
    NAF) AND BY POLICY AUTHORIZED TITLES OR IN SOME
    CASES BY CONSOLIDATED TITLES
  • BILLETS USED
  • MCFTB DIRECTOR
  • ASSISTANT MCFTB DIRECTOR/COORDINATOR
  • KEY VOLUNTEER TRAINER
  • DEPLOYMENT SUPPORT SPECIALISTS
  • ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
  • OTHER (NON MCFTB STAFF MARINE AND FAMILY
    SERVICES DIRECTOR, EFMP COORDINATOR, COMMUNITY
    RELATIONS)

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MILITARY PERSONNEL/EMPLOYEE INSTALLATION DATA
  • 19 MCFTB DIRECTORS
  • BILLET GRADES
  • 6 NF4
  • 3 GS11
  • 3 O4 (MAJOR)
  • 2 NF3
  • EXPERIENCE
  • RANGE A COUPLE OF MONTHS 5.6 YEARS
  • AVERAGE 2.2 YEARS
  • HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATION
  • 71 COLLEGE DEGREE
  • 17 GRADUATE DEGREE
  • 1 GS12
  • 1 NF5
  • 1 O5 (LTCOL)
  • 1 E8 (MSGT)
  • 1 CONTRACTOR

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MILITARY PERSONNEL/EMPLOYEE INSTALLATION DATA
  • 6 ASSISTANT MCFTB DIRECTORS/COORDINATORS
  • BILLET GRADES
  • 2 NF4
  • 2 NF3
  • 1 NF2
  • 1 CONTRACTOR
  • EXPERIENCE
  • RANGE 0.25 4.6 YEARS
  • AVERAGE 2.2 YEARS
  • HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATION
  • 100 COLLEGE DEGREE

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MILITARY PERSONNEL/EMPLOYEE INSTALLATION DATA
  • 8 KEY VOLUNTEER TRAINERS
  • BILLET GRADES
  • 3 CONTRACTORS
  • 2 NF2
  • 1 NF3
  • 1 GS9
  • 1 GS7
  • EXPERIENCE
  • RANGE 6 MONTHS - 8 YEARS
  • AVERAGE 2.5 YEARS
  • HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATION
  • 38 COLLEGE DEGREE
  • 12 GRADUATE DEGREE

This slide represents the billets listed as KV
Trainers. We also know that 6 MCFTB Directors,
2 Assistant MCFTB Directors/Coordinators,
1 Readiness Support Coordinator, and 1
Volunteer Program Coordinator are KV Trainers.
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MILITARY PERSONNEL/EMPLOYEE INSTALLATION DATA
  • 5 DEPLOYMENT SUPPORT SPECIALISTS
    (3 AT CAMP
    LEJEUNE AND 2 AT CAMP PENDLETON)
  • BILLET GRADES
  • ALL NF3
  • EXPERIENCE
  • RANGE 8 MONTHS 3 YEARS
  • AVERAGE 1.4 YEARS
  • HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATION
  • 100 COLLEGE DEGREE

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MILITARY PERSONNEL/EMPLOYEE INSTALLATION DATA
  • 11 ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANTS
  • BILLET GRADES
  • 7 NF2
  • 1 NF1
  • 1 NF3
  • 1 GS5
  • 1 SGT
  • EXPERIENCE
  • RANGE 6 MONTHS 8 YEARS
  • AVERAGE 2.3 YEARS
  • HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDUCATION
  • 75 COLLEGE DEGREE

41
MILITARY PERSONNEL/EMPLOYEE INSTALLATION DATA
  • MARINE AND FAMILY SERVICES DIRECTOR (NF5) _at_
    HAWAII
  • EFMP COORDINATOR (GS9) _at_ LEJEUNE
  • COMMUNITY RELATIONS (FOREIGN NATIONAL) _at_ BUTLER

42
MCFTB INSTALLATION FTEs
43
FTEs BY INSTALLATION
44
NUMBER OF MCRC EMPLOYEES
  • 6 QUALITY OF LIFE COORDINATORS (1 AT EACH
    RECRUITING DISTRICT)
  • ALL EMPLOYEES ARE APF (GS11)

45
OPERATIONAL PERSONNEL
46
MCFTB OPERATIONAL BILLETS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  • OPERATIONS
  • COMMANDING OFFICER
  • ASSIGN IN WRITING A FRO
  • ESTABLISH AND SUPPORT KVN
  • ENSURE ADEQUATE FUNDS
  • FAMILY READINESS OFFICER
  • MILITARY POINT OF CONTACT CONCERNING UNIT FAMILY
    READINESS ISSUES
  • MANAGES, COORDINATES AND PROMOTES ALL UNIT FAMILY
    READINESS MATTERS
  • FACILITATES SUPPORT FOR KEY VOLUNTEER NETWORK
  • KV ADVISOR (OPTIONAL)
  • PROGRAM ADVOCATE AND MENTOR
  • KV COORDINATOR
  • LIAISON BETWEEN COMMANDER AND THE KVs
  • SUPPORTS THE FRO IN ORGANIZING AND COORDINATING
    ALL ASPECTS OF THE KVN
  • CONDUIT FOR INFORMATION FROM AND TO KVs
  • MUST BE SPOUSE OF MEMBER OF UNIT, TRAINED, KV
    EXPERIENCEDKV ADVISOR (OPTIONAL)
  • PROGRAM ADVOCATE AND MENTOR
  • KVs
  • PERSONAL INFORMATION LINK TO FAMILIES -

47
OPERATIONAL EMPLOYEE SUMMARY
  • A FAMILY READINESS OFFICER (FRO) SHOULD BE A
    MARINE CORPS OFFICER HOWEVER, IN THE ABSENCE OF
    AN AVAILABLE OFFICER, A SENIOR STAFF
    NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER MAY BE ASSIGNED
  • FROs ARE TYPICALLY ASSIGNED AS AN ADDITIONAL DUTY
    ASSIGNMENT. FRO DUTIES REQUIRE, ON AVERAGE, 5-10
    HOURS PER WEEK
  • SOMETIMES AN ASSISTANT FRO (FRSNCO) IS ASSIGNED
    TO SUPPORT THE COMMANDS, AND THE FRO TAKES ON A
    SUPERVISORY/ADVISORY ROLE
  • ANECDOTALLY, HIGH TURNOVER AMONG FROs
  • ON AVERAGE, FROs MEET WITH THE MCFTB DIRECTOR OR
    OTHER MCFTB STAFF ONCE PER WEEK OR PER MONTH
    DEPENDING ON DEPLOYMENT TEMPO AND CURRENT NEEDS

48
FAMILY READINESS OFFICERS I MEF
  • 152 FROs
  • 100 Officer FROs
  • 39 SNCO FROs
  • 13 FRSNCOs

49
FAMILY READINESS OFFICERS II MEF
  • 176 FROs
  • 106 FROs
  • 70 FRSNCOs

50
FAMILY READINESS OFFICERS III MEF
  • 126 FROs
  • 71 Officer FROs
  • 55 FRSNCO

51
FAMILY READINESS OFFICERS - MARFORRES
MARFORRES WAS ONLY ABLE TO PROVIDE
DATA FOR LESS THAN 25 OF THE FORCE. NOT ALL
DIVISION OR MLG UNITS RESPONDED. THE WING DID
NOT RESPOND.
  • Represents only 25 of force
  • Of reported 58 FROs
  • 3 Officer FROs
  • 35 SNCO FROs
  • 20 FRSNCOs

52
CIVILIAN FAMILY READINESS OFFICERS AT MEFs
  • THERE ARE SEVERAL CIVILIAN FAMILY READINESS
    OFFICERS
  • I MEF
  • 1MEF FRO (GS12)
  • 1MARDIV (GS11)
  • 1MLG (GS11)
  • II MEF
  • II MEF FAMILY READINESS PROGRAM MANAGER (GS7)
  • II MEF FAMILY READINESS PROGRAM ASSISTANT (GS5)

EACH POSITION IS FUNDED INDIVIDUALLY THROUGH
RESPECTIVE COMMANDS
EACH POSITION IS FUNDED THROUGH MEF
OPERATIONAL FUNDS, NOT MCCS OR MCFTB FUNDING
53
VOLUNTEER SERVICE REQUIREMENTS
  • PROVIDE CLEAR DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES AND SCOPE OF
    RESPONSIBILITY OF EACH VOLUNTEER POSITION
  • CONDUCT VOLUNTEER ORIENTATION AND TRAINING
  • FAMILIARIZE WITH ORGANIZATION, DUTIES, PROCEDURES
    TO DOCUMENT HOURS OF VOLUNTARY SERVICES PROVIDED,
    DOCUMENTATION OF SERVICE PROVIDED, PROCEDURES FOR
    OBTAINING REIMBURSEMENT FOR INCIDENTAL EXPENSES
  • DOCUMENT VOLUNTEER HOURS, JOB PERFORMED AND
    TRAINING RECEIVED
  • COMPLY WITH PRIVACY ACT
  • RECEIVE PARENT OR GUARDIAN PERMISSION FOR
    VOLUNTEERS UNDER 18
  • EXECUTE VOLUNTEER AGREEMENT (DD FORM 2793)
  • RETAIN VOLUNTEER RECORDS FOR 3 YEARS FOLLOWING
    TERMINATION
  • RESTRICT VOLUNTEERS FROM PERFORMING HIGH RISK
    DUTIES
  • REQUIRE BACKGROUND CHECK, IF WORKING WITH CHILDREN

54
SPONSOR OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES
  • PROVIDE VOLUNTEER SUPERVISION COMPARABLE TO PAID
    EMPLOYEES (VOLUNTEERS MAY SUPERVISE OTHER
    VOLUNTEERS)
  • WHEN REQUIRED, VOLUNTEERS MUST BE LICENSED,
    PRIVILEGED, APPROPRIATELY CREDENTIALED OR
    OTHERWISE QUALIFIED
  • MAY PROVIDE REIMBURSEMENT FOR ELIGIBLE INCIDENTAL
    EXPENSES
  • REIMBURSEMENTS INCLUDE
  • LONG DISTANCE CALLS
  • COMMUTING EXPENSES
  • CHILDCARE
  • REIMBURSEMENT POLICY APPLIED WHEN DETERMINED
    NECESSARY TO OBTAIN THE VOLUNTARY SERVICES AND
    ARE REASONABLE IN AMOUNT AND RELATION TO VALUE OF
    VOLUNTARY SERVICE
  • SHALL NOT DISCRIMINATE WHEN ACCEPTING VOLUNTARY
    SERVICES

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VOLUNTEER SERVICE EXCLUSIONS
  • VOLUNTEERS MAY NOT
  • HOLD POLICY MAKING POSITIONS
  • SUPERVISE EMPLOYEES OR MILITARY
  • PERFORM INHERENTLY GOVERNMENTAL FUNCTIONS (I.E.,
    DETERMINING ENTITLEMENTS TO BENEFITS, AUTHORIZING
    EXPENDITURES OF FUNDS, DECIDING RIGHTS AND
    RESPONSIBILITIES OF ANY PARTY UNDER GOVERNMENT
    REQUIREMENTS)
  • VOLUNTEERS MAY BE USED TO ASSIST AND AUGMENT
    FUNDED WORKFORCE, BUT MAY NOT BE USED TO DISPLACE
    PAID EMPLOYEES OR IN LIEU OF FILLING AUTHORIZED
    PAID PERSONNEL POSITIONS
  • VOLUNTEER SERVICES MAY NOT BE ACCEPTED IN
    EXCHANGE FOR ANY PERSONNEL ACTION AFFECTING ANY
    PAID EMPLOYEE OR MILITARY MEMBER
  • HOST NATION VOLUNTARY SERVICES MUST BE REVIEWED
    CAREFULLY

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KEY VOLUNTEERS
  • 7,232 VOLUNTEERS IN KEY VOLUNTEER NETWORK
  • 5,945 KEY VOLUNTEERS
  • 791 KV COORDINATORS
  • 495 KV ADVISORS
  • 1 NEWSLETTER COORDINATOR

SEE HANDOUT FOR OF VOLUNTEERS AT EACH
INSTALLATION
57
KEY VOLUNTEERS BY INSTALLATION
58
OF HOURS PER WEEK WORKED PER KV
NOT ALL UNITS TRACK VOLUNTEER HOURS
59
OF MARRIED MARINES PER KEY VOLUNTEER
Henderson Hall has 1,506 Married Marines and only
2 Key Volunteers were reported.
Recommended Ratio 1 KV to 10 families
60
KV RECRUITMENT
  • KEY VOLUNTEERS ARE RECRUITED IN SEVERAL WAYS
  • UNIT EVENTS
  • COMMANDING OFFICER INVOLVEMENT (MEET AND GREET)
  • KVs SPEAK TO MARINES AND FAMILIES
  • NEWSLETTERS
  • PRE-DEPLOYMENT BRIEFS
  • NEW JOIN BRIEFS
  • ASSISTANCE FROM MCFTB
  • WORD OF MOUTH
  • WEBSITE
  • FROs HAVE MONTHLY FAMILY NIGHTS AND OTHER
    SOCIAL EVENTS

61
KV RECOGNITION
  • VOLUNTEERS ARE RECOGNIZED IN SEVERAL WAYS
  • ANNUAL VOLUNTEER APPRECIATION EVENT (LUNCHEON OR
    DINNER)
  • AWARDS (CERTIFICATES)
  • GIFTS (PINS, MEMENTOS, DOOR PRIZES)
  • KV LOGO T-SHIRTS (TYPE OF SHIRT DEPENDS OF LEVEL
    OF INVOLVEMENT I.E., KV COORDINATOR RECEIVES
    POLO SHIRT)

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L.I.N.K.S. VOLUNTEERS
  • 272 VOLUNTEERS IN L.I.N.K.S.
  • 184 MENTORS
  • 24 TEAM LEADERS
  • 18 TRAINERS
  • 15 MENTOR MANAGERS
  • 31 OTHER

SEE HANDOUT FOR OF VOLUNTEERS AT EACH
INSTALLATION
MISSING DATA FOR IWAKUNI
63
OF L.I.N.K.S. VOLUNTEERS BY INSTALLATION
MISSING DATA FOR IWAKUNI
64
OF HOURS PER WEEK WORKED PER L.I.N.K.S.
VOLUNTEER
Many installations did not have this information
65
UTILIZATION
66
KVN UTILIZATION IN FY06
  • 706 TRAINING SESSIONS
  • 3,674 PEOPLE TRAINED
  • 2,357 KEY VOLUNTEERS
  • 575 KEY VOLUNTEER COORDINATORS
  • 742 FAMILY READINESS OFFICERS
  • 393 INSTALLATION TRAINING BRIEFS
  • 420 INSTALLATION INFORMATION BRIEFS
  • 607 OUTREACH EFFORTS

SEE HANDOUT FOR INSTALLATION DATA
67
OF KVN TRAINING SESSIONS IN FY06 BY INSTALLATION
KV trainers should provide standardized training
at least monthly.
68
OF KVN VOLUNTEERS/FROs TRAINED IN FY06
69
AVERAGE OF PEOPLE TRAINED PER KV SESSION FY06
A lot of one-on-one training is
occurring particularly for FROs as there is
constant turnover and there is a need to get
them trained quickly.
70
OF INSTALLATION TRAINING BRIEFS BY INSTALLATION
FY06
A training brief is any brief provided for
Education purposes that runs 30 or more minutes
(i.e deployment brief)
71
OF INSTALLATION INFORMATION BRIEFS BY
INSTALLATION FY06
An information brief is considered any brief
provided for awareness that runs between 0-29
minutes. One on-one training should be recorded
here regardless of length of time.
72
OF OUTREACH EFFORTS BY INSTALLATION FY06
Examples of outreach efforts include attending
any fairs, expos, resource consultations,
providing information sessions, or unit-specific
requests
73
DEPLOYMENT SUPPORT BRIEFS GIVEN BY MCFTB STAFF
FY06
  • 599 DEPLOYMENT SUPPORT BRIEFS
  • 315 PRE-DEPLOYMENT BRIEFS
  • 179 RETURN AND REUNION BRIEFS
  • 42 COMMAND BRIEFS
  • 33 KIDS DEPLOYMENT
  • 4 PUPPET SHOW VIDEO
  • 26 OTHER

SEE HANDOUT FOR INSTALLATION DATA
74
OF DEPLOYMENT SUPPORT BRIEFS BY INSTALLATION
FY06
75
L.I.N.K.S. SESSION INFORMATION FY06
of sessions has grown 71 since last year
  • 137 LINKS SESSIONS CONDUCTED
  • 102 TRADITIONAL SESSIONS
  • 58 WEEKDAY DAY SESSIONS
  • 17 WEEKDAY EVENING SESSIONS
  • 27 WEEKEND SESSIONS
  • 35 UNIT SESSIONS

SEE HANDOUT FOR INSTALLATION DATA
76
OF L.I.N.K.S. SESSIONS BY INSTALLATION FY06
77
L.I.N.K.S. PARTICIPANT INFORMATION FY06
  • 1,690 L.I.N.K.S. PARTICIPANTS
  • 1,093 TRADITIONAL SESSION PARTICIPANTS
  • 656 DAY SESSION PARTICIPANTS
  • 169 EVENING SESSION PARTICIPANTS
  • 268 WEEKEND SESSION PARTICIPANTS
  • 597 UNIT SESSION PARTICIPANTS

SEE HANDOUT FOR INSTALLATION DATA
78
OF L.I.N.K.S. PARTICIPANTS PER INSTALLATION
FY06
79
L.I.N.K.S. PARTICIPANTS FY06 YEARS MARRIED
75 married Between five years And less than
one year
SEE HANDOUT FOR INSTALLATION DATA
80
OF MARRIED MARINES WITH 0-5 YEARS OF SERVICE
81
AVERAGE OF PEOPLE TRAINED PER L.I.N.K.S.
SESSION FY06
Parris Island holds Modified sessions for MCRC
infomercial at Depot.
82
L.I.N.K.S. OUTREACH INFORMATION BRIEFS FY06
  • 695 INSTALLATION INFORMATION BRIEFS GIVEN IN FY06

An information brief is considered any brief
provided for awareness that runs between 0-29
minutes
83
OF L.I.N.K.S. OUTREACH INFO BRIEFS BY
INSTALLATION FY06
84
L.I.N.K.S. OUTREACH TRAINING BRIEFS FY06
  • 181 TRAINING BRIEFS IN FY06

85
OF L.I.N.K.S. OUTREACH TRAINING BRIEFS BY
INSTALLATION FY06
86
MODIFIED SESSIONS FOR MCRD INFOMERCIALS FY06
Volunteers meet with families of new graduates
  • PARRIS ISLAND
  • 43 MODIFIED SESSIONS
  • 6,450 PARTICIPANTS

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PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT
  • USAGE DATA THAT IS CURRENTLY BEING TRACKED
    INCLUDE
  • OF KV, FRO, SLS, TRAINING SESSIONS
  • OF KVs, KVCs, FROs TRAINED
  • AND TYPE OF BRIEFS GIVEN
  • OF OUTREACH EFFORTS
  • OF ACTIVE L.I.N.K.S. TEAM MEMBERS/MENTORS AND
    OF NEW MENTORS TRAINED

88
FINANCIAL INFORMATION
89
FINANCIAL POLICY
  • FOR FUNDING PURPOSES, MCFTB PROGRAMS (LESS PREP
    AND CREDO) ARE CLASSIFIED AS CATEGORY A MWR
    PROGRAMS AND MAY RECEIVE OTHER THAN MCCS FUNDING.
    THE PROGRAMS ARE AUTHORIZED APF AND NAF SUPPORT,
    BUT SHOULD BE FUNDED PREDOMINANTLY WITH APF

90
APF FUNDS - FLOW
Installation Mgt Lane
  • P R

Operational Lane
Unit KVN Support
MARFOR/OPBUD
MEFs
Region
Installation
MFS
Libraries
VOLED
CY T
Semper Fit
General Support
MCFTB
Community Support
91
INSTALLATION BUDGET AND EXECUTION SUMMARY FY06
TOTAL 4.01M
TOTAL 2.83M
92
APF INSTALLATION BUDGET AND EXECUTION FY06
Budgeted 2.5M Executed 3.4M
93
OPERATIONAL UNITS
  • MARFORPAC HQ 251K
  • Installations 109K
  • Operational Units 144K
  • MARFORCOM HQ 181K
  • Installations 71K
  • Operational Units 110K

94
APF FUNDS - FLOW
Installation Mgt Lane
254K
  • P R

Operational Lane
Unit KVN Support
2.68M
MARFOR/OPBUD
MEFs
Region
Installation
MFS
Libraries
VOLED
CY T
Semper Fit
General Support
MCFTB
Community Support
95
APF INSTALLATION EXPENSE BREAKDOWN FY06
TOTAL 3.43M
96
APF INSTALLATION EXPENSE BREAKDOWN FY06
Salaries 47
Total 3.43M
97
NAF INSTALLATION BUDGET AND EXECUTION FY06
BUDGET 339K EXECUTION 612K
98
NAF INSTALLATION EXPENSE BREAKDOWN FY06
INSTALLATION TOTAL EXPENSES 612K
99
NAF INSTALLATION EXPENSE BREAKDOWN FY06
TOTAL EXPENSES 612K
100
OTHER NAF
  • MR DIVISION DISTRIBUTES OVER 233K PER YEAR TO
    RESERVISTS FOR USE AT FAMILY DAYS.
  • MR ALSO DISTRIBUTES INDEPENDENT DUTY FUNDS TO
    ACTIVE DUTY II AND SITE SUPPORT UNITS
  • INSTALLATIONS DISTRIBUTE NAF TO UNITS TOTAL
    AMOUNTS COULD NOT BE DOCUMENTED

101
NAF OTHER INCOME (UNSOLITICED DONATIONS,
FUNDRAISERS, SPONSORSHIPS)
102
HQ BUDGET AND EXECUTION SUMMARY FY06
TOTAL 589K
TOTAL 419K
103
APF HQ BUDGET AND EXECUTION FY06
Salaries 58
  • Budgeted 584k
  • Executed 415k
  • 339k Salaries and Benefits
  • 14k TAD/TDY
  • 62k Other operating Expenses

104
NAF HQ BUDGET AND EXECUTION FY06
BUDGET 5,000 EXECUTION 4,874
105
USING APPROPRIATED FUNDS
  • APPROPRIATED FUNDS CAN BE USED FOR
  • MAJOR PROGRAM EXPENSES SALARIES, EQUIPMENT,
    SUPPLIES, TRAVEL, ETC.
  • VOLUNTEER EXPENSES REIMBURSEMENT FOR MILEAGE,
    PARKING AND TOLLS, TELEPHONE CALLS, CHILD CARE
    EXPENSES, INVITATIONAL TRAVEL EXPENSES,
    RECOGNITION IN THE FORM OF CERTIFICATES AND
    PLAQUES

106
USING NONAPPROPRIATED FUNDS
  • NONAPPROPRIATED FUNDS ARE USED TO SUPPORT PROGRAM
    EXPENSES NOT ENTITLED TO APPROPRIATED FUND
    SUPPORT INCLUDING
  • LIGHT REFRESHMENTS FOR PROGRAM EVENTS
  • VOLUNTEER RECOGNITION UNDER 24/INDIVIDUAL
    (BOUQUET OF FLOWERS, MEMENTO)
  • IF APPROPRIATED FUNDS ARE NOT AVAILABLE,
    NONAPPROPRIATED FUNDS MAY BE USED IN LIEU OF
    APPROPRIATED FUNDS FOR MAJOR PROGRAM AND
    VOLUNTEER EXPENSES PREVIOUSLY LISTED

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