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AMPN/REF A IS NAVADMIN 043/15, GUIDANCE FOR USING PAY AND PERSONNEL STANDARD
RMKS/1. This NAVADMIN solicits leadership assistance in capturing command
pass coordinator (CPC) workload data associated with a Navy Manpower Analysis
Center (NAVMAC) manpower requirements determination study. This effort is
part of a broader study of requirements for the Navy�s Pay and Personnel
Administrative Support System and Afloat Pay and Personnel Programs, and is
designed to improve all aspects of pay and personnel support to the fleet.
2. NAVMACs data collection strategy will incorporate remote collection of
CPC workload data through a virtual survey tool. Beginning 1 March 2016,
NAVMAC will distribute this virtual tool to the CPCs through the CPC
Coordinators at each Personnel Support Detachment. The virtual data
collection effort will run through 25 March 2016.
3. In addition, CPC subject matter expert (SME) panels will be convened to
review CPC processes and workload. NAVMAC will rely on CPC coordinators to
distribute/manage panel schedules and to maximize SME participation.
4. As discussed in reference (a), the CPC is a vital component of Navy�s
overall pay and personnel services program. The success of this data
collection effort depends on maximum CPC involvement.
5. Points of contact are Mr. Doyle Avant, head, manpower programs, NAVMAC at
(901) 874-6312/DSN 882 or via e-mail at doyle.avant(at)navy.mil and
Mr. Timothy Reeves, industrial engineer, NAVMAC at (901) 874-6321/DSN 882 or
via email at timothy.d.reeves(at)navy.mil.
6. Released by Vice Admiral W. F. Moran, N1.//