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SUBJ/ASSIGNMENT OF U.S. FLEET FORCES COMMAND AS EXECUTIVE AGENT FOR READY,
NARR/REF A IS CNOS A DESIGN FOR MAINTAINING MARITIME SUPERIORITY. REF B IS
FLEET COMMANDERS READINESS COUNCIL MEETING.
RMKS/1. This NAVADMIN announces the assignment of U.S. Fleet Forces Command
(USFF) as the executive agent (EA) and supported commander for the ready
relevant learning (RRL) pillar of Sailor 2025.
2. In support of reference (a), RRL is a transformational Navy training
initiative that will accelerate the learning of every Sailor for faster
response to our rapidly changing warfighting requirements, and achieve higher
performance by coupling the timing of training delivery with every Sailors
actual deck plate need. RRL creates a learning continuum across a Sailors
career, from recruit to master chief that will ensure every Sailor has the
latest training to support his assigned task. RRL will modernize delivery
methods from traditional brick-and-mortar schoolhouses to mobile, multi-
media, multi-platform delivery solutions that leverage the best concepts to
accelerate learning as individuals, teams and organizations. Finally, RRL
will allow rapid infusion of relevant course content to accelerate the
dissemination of critical warfighting knowledge to our Sailors.
3. Command relationship: USFF is the supported commander for RRL.
Commander, U.S. Pacific Fleet (CPF), Deputy Chiefs of Naval Operations,
Commanders of Systems Commands, Commander, Navy Personnel Command, Commander,
Navy Reserve Forces Command, Commander, Navy Recruiting Command, Commander,
Naval Education and Training Command and force type commanders are supporting
commands to USFF. The existing RRL governance structure approved by
reference (b) will remain in place and is the avenue for the RRL EA to
resolve issues which require USFF and CPF decision.
4. The RRL EA shall develop a RRL implementation strategy, integrate RRL
stakeholder efforts, and direct overall execution of RRL work and related
projects through appropriate stakeholder chains of command. The RRL EA shall
oversee planned RRL funding and articulate requirements for additional
resourcing as necessary through the Navy Capability Board.
a. RRL EA specific tasking.
b. RRL EA shall leverage the EA role to achieve the following end
(1) Design, develop and implement standardized Sailor learning
continuums and supporting processes Navy-wide, including appropriate vertical
and horizontal alignment. Continuums will optimally align individual
training to the fleets point of need; modernize content delivery with proven
methods and technologies supported by the science of learning; and integrate
rapid, responsive content management and embedded learning assessments.
(2) Design, develop, and implement changes to Manpower, Personnel,
Training, and Education processes and supporting systems to enable deployment
and management of RRL learning continuums. RRL-affected domains include, but
are not limited to:
(a) Manpower requirements determinations and management;
(b) End strength and accession planning;
(c) Acquisition - Requirements and resources including related human
systems integration and wholeness issues;
(d) Sailor distribution;
(e) Sailor development;
(f) Integration of Sailor learning continuum events with unit mission
requirements within the Optimized Fleet Response Plan; and
(g) Information technology systems required to support manpower,
personnel and learning management processes.
(3) Ensure synchronization of all efforts with Sailor 2025 Modernized
Personnel System and enriched culture pillars.
c. To achieve these ends, the RRL EA will stand-up an RRL project office
(1) Develop RRL implementation strategy and guidance, and oversee
requirements determination and delivery of coordinated learning goals and
objectives across the Navy.
(2) Develop and execute a communications strategy to articulate RRL
objectives, requirements, programs and policy.
(3) Assess RRL performance and effects, redirecting efforts as
(4) Recommend changes to policy, programming, and resourcing levels.
(5) Provide regular assessments of goals and objectives to Chief of
Naval Operations and principals of the Fleet Commanders Readiness Council.
5. USFF Point of Contact is Ms. Kate Perlewitz, USFF N1T, at
(757) 836-0493/DSN 836 or via e-mail at kate.perlewitz(at)navy.mil
6. Released by Vice Admiral W. F. Moran, N1.//