AR 690–950

Career Management

This revision–

o Contains changes required by the establishment of a consolidated and realigned management structure for civilian personnel, manpower, and related functions in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Manpower and Reserve Affairs) effective 1 October 1994.

o Provides definitions of Army Civilian Training, Education, and Development System and training categories; and incorporates information on Army Civilian Training, Education, and Development System as part of career management and career development (para 1-7c).

o Establishes career management responsibilities for the Secretary of the Army (para 1-9).

o Establishes career management responsibilities for the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Manpower & Reserve Affairs) (para 1-10).

o Establishes career management responsibilities for the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civilian Personnel Policy) (para 1-11).

o Establishes career management responsibilities for functional chiefs and functional chief representatives (para 1-12).

o Establishes the responsibilities of career program planning boards (para 1-14).

o Establishes the responsibilities of central referral offices (para 1-15).

o Includes the responsibilities of commanders of both major Army commands and independent reporting activities (para 1-16).

o Establishes the responsibilities of major Army command staff civilian personnel directors (para 1-17).

o Establishes the responsibilities of major Army command career program managers (para 1-18).

o Establishes the responsibilities of activity commanders and directors (para 1-19).

o Establishes the responsibilities of civilian personnel advisory center chiefs/directors (para 1-20).

o Establishes the responsibilities of activity career program managers (para 1-21).

o Establishes the responsibilities of the supervisors (para 1-22).

o Establishes referral registration and certification policy for career program employees and applicants, including military spouse preference eligibles, as part of applicants who wish to register in a career referral program (para 1-23).

o Establishes the mission of the Career Program Policy Committee (para 1-24).

o Establishes the responsibilities for program evaluation (para 1-25).

o Establishes the responsibilities for mobilization planning (para 1-26).

o Revises information on recruitment sources (para 2-7).

o Includes guidance referral policies for military spouses seeking preference (para 2-8).

o Adds information on the selection of military spouse eligibles from a referral list (para 2-9).

o Reflects name change from CTEDS to ACTEDS (chap 3).

o Contains revised instructions on manpower planning and intern intake policies (paras 3-3 and 3-4).

o Adds the following new chapters:
Chapter 4, The Army Acquisition Workforce/Army Acquisition Corps
Chapter 6, Career Program Unique Policies.

o Transfers information on reporting requirements utilizing the RCS-CSGPA 1572 report to DA Pam 690-950.

 

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