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R 281952Z AUG 13
FM CNO WASHINGTON DC
INFO RUENAAA/CNO WASHINGTON DC
SUBJ: NAVY PERFORMANCE EVALUATION CHANGES
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SUBJ/NAVY PERFORMANCE EVALUATION CHANGES//
REF/B/MSG/CNO WASHINGTON DC/N00/181228ZJUL13//
NARR/REF A IS BUPERSINST 1610.10C, THE NAVY PERFORMANCE EVALUATION SYSTEM.
REF B IS NAVADMIN 181/13, IMPLEMENTATION OF NAVY SEXUAL ASSAULT PREVENTION
AND RESPONSE PROGRAM INITIATIVES.
RMKS/1. This NAVADMIN is to announce the release of change transmittal 1 to
ref (a). This change to the performance system reinforces the importance of
evaluating Sailors on their contributions to Command or Organizational
Climate/Equal Opportunity and Military Bearing/Character, and provides
guidance on evaluating performance in these two areas.
2. Every Sailor is accountable on every evaluation or fitness report for
contributions to Command or Organizational Climate/Equal Opportunity and
Military Bearing/Character. I want to reinforce to raters the importance of
these two performance traits. These changes should be viewed as
complementary and synchronized with the command climate survey outcomes
provided to commanding officers and immediate superiors in command in ref
(b). To achieve high marks in these areas, Sailors must demonstrate how they
have cultivated or maintained command climates where improper discrimination
of any kind, sexual harassment, sexual assault, hazing, and other
inappropriate conduct is not tolerated; where all hands are treated with
dignity and respect; and where professionalism is the norm.
3. A summary of the change transmittal follows:
a. No changes were made to the actual FITREP and EVAL forms.
b. Command or Organizational Climate/Equal Opportunity and Military
Bearing/Character traits. The guidance reporting seniors should use when
evaluating subordinates has changed. Blocks "34"
and "35" on officer fitness reports, "35" and "37" on chief petty officer
evaluations and blocks "35" and "36" on enlisted evaluations are now required
to clearly evaluate how a Sailor has directly contributed to, improved, or
sustained a productive and professional command climate.
c. To achieve high makes in the above blocks, Sailors must demonstrate
how they have cultivated or maintained a positive command climate. These
blocks will be used to show how each Sailor reinforces a climate where sexual
harassment, sexual assault, hazing, discrimination of any kind, and other
inappropriate conduct are not tolerated.
4. An electronic downloadable copy of this change transmittal is available
5. Point of contact is Mr. James A. Price at (901) 874-4857/DSN 882 or via
e-mail at james.a.price(at)navy.mil.
6. Released by Vice Admiral W. F. Moran, N1.//