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SUBJ: INDIVIDUAL AUGMENTATION (IA) GRAM 10, INDIVIDUAL AUGMENTATION M ANPOWER MANAGEMENT BUSINESS RULES UNCLASSIFIED// FM CNO WASHINGTON DC//N1// TO NAVADMIN INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC//N1// COMNAVPERSCOM MILLINGTON TN//PERS-4// UNCLAS //N01300// NAVADMIN 332/10 MSGID/GENADMIN/CNO WASHINGTON DC/N1/OCT// SUBJ/INDIVIDUAL AUGMENTATION (IA) GRAM 10, INDIVIDUAL AUGMENTATION PAGE 02 RUEOMFC1370 UNCLAS  MANPOWER MANAGEMENT BUSINESS RULES// REF/A/MSG/CNO WASH DC/061631Z JAN 08// AMPN/REF A IS NAVADMIN 002/08, INDIVIDUAL AUGMENTATION MANPOWER  MANAGEMENT BUSINESS RULES// RMKS/1.  THIS NAVADMIN UPDATES THE BUSINESS RULES ON INDIVIDUAL  AUGMENTATION MANPOWER MANAGEMENT (IAMM) ASSIGNMENTS IN SUPPORT OF OVERSEAS CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS (OCO) AND  SUPERCEDES REF A.

2.  IAMM BUSINESS RULES AND DEFINITIONS.

    A.  CAPACITY/REDLINES.

       (1) SEA-DUTY CAPACITY.  SEA-DUTY CAPACITY IS THE NUMBER OF  SEA-DUTY PERSONNEL ABOVE A RISK-BASED  REDLINE APPLIED BY UNIT IDENTIFICATION CODE (UIC).  IN GENERAL,  REDLINES ARE CURRENTLY SET AT 90 PERCENT OF P9 BILLETS AUTHORIZED (BA).  ADDITIONALLY, REDLINES ARE  SET AT 95 PERCENT PAGE 03 RUEOMFC1370 UNCLAS OF P9 BA FOR OPTIMALLY MANNED SHIPS (LHA, LHD, CG, DDG).  FOR  ENLISTED PERSONNEL, REDLINES ARE CONSIDERED IN THE COMPUTATION OF AVAILABLE ASSETS IN THE  CAPACITY MODEL.

UNITED STATES FLEET FORCES GLOBAL FORCE MANAGER (USFF GFM), IN  COORDINATION WITH OPNAV N1 AND OPNAV N3/N5, MAY MODIFY REDLINES BY COMMUNITY AND/OR UIC  (AS REQUIRED OR APPROPRIATE TO CHANGE CAPACITY).  REDLINES ARE A MANAGEMENT GUIDE AND  DO NOT MEAN A SPECIFIC COMMAND/UNIT IDENTIFICATION CODE (UIC) WILL NOT BE TASKED TO  PROVIDE AN INDIVIDUAL AUGMENTATION (IA) IF FILLING THE REQUIREMENT WILL BRING  THEM BELOW THE REDLINE BY UIC, SKILL SET, OR PAY BAND.  THE MAJORITY OF LOW  SUPPLY/HIGH DEMAND

(LS/HD) RATINGS AND DESIGNATORS ARE ALREADY BELOW CAPACITY AND  ESTABLISHED REDLINES.

BUDGET SUBMITTING OFFICES (BSOS) AND TYPE COMMANDERS (TYCOMS) ARE IN  THE BEST POSITION PAGE 04 RUEOMFC1370 UNCLAS TO DECIDE WHO TO SUB-TASK AND WILL CAREFULLY MANAGE IA REQUIREMENTS  TO MINIMIZE READINESS IMPACT TO COMMANDS/UNITS.  CURRENTLY EXCLUDED FROM CAPACITY ARE:

 TYPE 3 AND 4 SEA DUTY;

NUCLEAR TRAINED PERSONNEL ASSIGNED TO CVN, SSN, SSBN, SSGN AND  NUCLEAR PIPELINE TRAINING COMMANDS; AND SPECIAL WARFARE (SPECWAR) ASSIGNED TO USSOCOM.

 PERSONNEL EXCLUDED FROM

CAPACITY MAY BE ASSIGNED ON A CASE-BY-CASE BASIS.

       (2) SHORE-DUTY CAPACITY.  SHORE-DUTY CAPACITY IS THE NUMBER OF  SHORE-DUTY PERSONNEL ABOVE A RISK-BASED REDLINE APPLIED BY UIC.  IN GENERAL,  REDLINES ARE SET AT

75 PERCENT OF P9 BA FOR UNITS MANNED BY MISSION, FUNCTION AND TASK  DOCUMENTS AND 90 PERCENT OF P9 BA FOR UNITS MANNED BY FLEET MANNING DOCUMENTS.  USFF  GFM, IN COORDINATION WITH OPNAV N1 AND OPNAV N3/N5, MAY MODIFY REDLINES BY COMMUNITY  AND/OR UIC (AS REQUIRED OR APPROPRIATE TO CHANGE CAPACITY).  REDLINES ARE ONLY A MANAGEMENT PAGE 05 RUEOMFC1370 UNCLAS  GUIDE AND DO NOT MEAN A SPECIFIC COMMAND/UIC WILL NOT BE TASKED TO PROVIDE AN IA IF FILLING  THE REQUIREMENT WILL BRING THEM BELOW THE REDLINE BY UIC, SKILL SET OR PAY BAND.  THE  MAJORITY OF LS/HD RATINGS AND DESIGNATORS ARE ALREADY BELOW CAPACITY AND ESTABLISHED  REDLINES.  BSOS/TYCOMS ARE IN THE BEST POSITION TO DECIDE WHO TO SUBTASK AND WILL CAREFULLY  MANAGE THEIR IA REQUIREMENTS TO MINIMIZE READINESS IMPACT TO THEIR COMMANDS/UNITS.

 CURRENTLY EXCLUDED

FROM CAPACITY ARE:  TYPE 6 OVERSEAS DUTY, JOINT DUTY,  NON-DISTRIBUTABLE MANNING (STUDENTS, TRANSIENTS,TPPH), NUCLEAR WEAPONS (SECURITY, MAINTENANCE) BILLETS,  NUCLEAR PROPULSION CODED BILLETS (AVAILABLE FOR ASSIGNMENT WITH OPNAV N133 APPROVAL),  AND A PORTION OF MANPOWER, PERSONNEL, TRAINING AND EDUCATION (MPTE) READINESS BILLETS  (E.G., CRITICAL INSTRUCTOR, RECRUIT DIVISION COMMANDER BILLETS, PRODUCTION RECRUITERS PAGE 06 RUEOMFC1370 UNCLAS  AND PRODUCTION SUPPORT (9612/9586)).  PERSONNEL EXCLUDED FROM CAPACITY MAY BE  ASSIGNED ON A CASE-BY-CASE BASIS.

    B.  AC TASKING ALLOCATION.  THE GOAL IS TO BALANCE DISTRIBUTION  OF REQUIREMENTS BETWEEN BSOS/TYCOMS BASED ON SKILL SET, PAY BAND, AND TOUR LENGTH.

       (1) DISTRIBUTION OF REQUIREMENTS WILL BE PROPORTIONAL TO THE  BSO/TYCOM COMPONENT OF THE NET CAPACITY (NET BALANCE).  USFF (N1) WILL MANAGE  REQUIREMENTS THROUGH THE BSOS/TYCOMS.  BSOS/TYCOMS WILL MANAGE THEIR SUB-CLAIMANTS IN THE SAME  MANNER.

       (2) LS/HD COMMUNITY  MANPOWER ANALYSIS.  USFF N1 WILL MANAGE  AND TASK LS/HD COMMUNITIES.

       (3) EXISTING REQUIREMENTS (REFILLS).  UPON RECEIVING TASKING  TO REFILL AN EXISTING IA REQUIREMENT, BSOS/TYCOMS SHALL HAVE NO MORE THAN 30 DAYS  TO PROVIDE THE PAGE 07 RUEOMFC1370 UNCLAS NOMINEE TO USFF N1.

       (4) NEW REQUIREMENTS:  UPON RECEIVING TASKING FOR A NEW IA  REQUIREMENT, BSOS/TYCOMS SHALL HAVE NO MORE THAN 30 DAYS TO PROVIDE THE NOMINEE TO USFF N1.

       (5) EMERGENT REQUIREMENTS.  EMERGENT REQUIREMENTS ARE THOSE  WHERE DELIVERY OF ORDERS TO THE SELECTED IA MAY BE LESS THAN 60 DAYS PRIOR TO THE FIRST  INTERIM STOP REPORT DATE.

BSOS/TYCOMS SHALL HAVE UP TO 15 DAYS TO PROVIDE A NOMINATION TO USFF  N1.

       (6) BSO/TYCOM SUB-TASKING PROCESS SHOULD ALLOW FOR MAXIMUM  TIME TO IDENTIFY RIGHT FIT PAGE 02 RUEOMFC1371 UNCLAS FOR FILL WHILE MEETING TASKING TIMELINES AND NOTIFICATION  REQUIREMENTS.

       (7) NOMINEE SUBMISSIONS ARE DUE ON THE DATE NOTED IN THE  TASKING MESSAGE.  USFF MEASURES BSO/TYCOM RESPONSIVENESS TO DUE DATES IN ITS MONTHLY METRICS.

       (8) ALL BY-NAME-REQUESTS (BNR), VOLUNTEERS, OR OTHER  SELECTIONS SHALL BE REFERRED TO THE BSO/TYCOM FOR CONCURRENCE.  IF A BNR IS NOT AGREED UPON, THE  BSO/TYCOM IS STILL REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE REQUIREMENT AND SHALL NOMINATE A REPLACEMENT.  IF THE  BSO/TYCOM DOES NOT HAVE ANY OTHER QUALIFIED CANDIDATES, ADVISE USFF VIA THE RECLAMA PROCESS, AND  THE REQUIREMENT WILL BE RETASKED, AS APPROPRIATE.

       (9) THE SKILL SET STATED IN THE TASKING MESSAGE REPRESENTS THE  DEMAND SIGNAL OF THE COMBATANT COMMANDER AND SHOULD BE FILLED AS TASKED.  USFF N1 WILL  MAKE EVERY EFFORT TO PROVIDE ALL AVAILABLE REQUIREMENT INFORMATION IN THE TASKING MESSAGE.  FOR  EXAMPLE, THE TASKING MESSAGE PAGE 03 RUEOMFC1371 UNCLAS WILL PROVIDE ALTERNATE RATINGS/DESIGNATORS THAT MAY FILL A  REQUIREMENT WHEN SUITABLE SUBSTITUTION INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE.  USFF RECOGNIZES THAT REQUESTS  TO WAIVE THE STATED REQUIREMENT MAY BE NECESSARY IN SOME CASES.  TO ENSURE MISSION AND  SAILOR SUCCESS, WAIVERS NORMALLY REQUIRE APPROVAL FROM IN-THEATER COMMANDERS AND TAKE TIME TO  PROCESS.  BSOS/TYCOMS ARE DIRECTED TO MINIMIZE THESE WAIVERS TO NO MORE THAN FIVE PERCENT OF  THEIR TOTAL TASKINGS FOR THE MONTH.

       (10) SWAPS.  USFF ROUTINELY RECEIVES REQUESTS TO SWAP  NOMINATIONS.  SWAPS CAUSE SIGNIFICANT REWORK AND REDUCE SAILOR NOTIFICATION TIME.  REQUESTS TO CHANGE  PRIMARY, AUXILIARY, AND/OR ALTERNATE NOMINATIONS ARE CLOSELY EVALUATED AND WILL BE GIVEN  CONSIDERATION IN EMERGENCY OR SEVERE HARDSHIP CASES.  SWAPS FOR CONVENIENCE OF A COMMAND OR SAILOR WILL  GENERALLY NOT BE APPROVED.

       (11) RECLAMA TO IA TASKING.  IF BSOS/TYCOMS CONSIDER A RECLAMA PAGE 04 RUEOMFC1371 UNCLAS  APPROPRIATE, SUBMIT RECLAMA TO USFF N1 WITHIN 10 BUSINESS DAYS OF RECEIPT OF TASKING MESSAGE.

 RECLAMA SHALL INCLUDE DETAILED

JUSTIFICATION REGARDING INABILITY TO SUPPORT.  INCLUDE STATEMENT  REGARDING MISSION/OPERATIONAL READINESS IMPACT AND IDENTIFY ANY POTENTIAL DEGRADATION OF SERVICES  IF REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE IA REQUIREMENT.  AS PART OF THE RECLAMA PROCESS, USFF N1 MAY REQUEST  BSO/TYCOM PROVIDE A NAME-BY-NAME LIST OF ALL QUALIFIED CANDIDATES EXPLAINING THE REASON WHY EACH  MEMBER CANNOT SUPPORT THE IA.

    C.  NOTIFICATION TIME.  THE STANDARD IS 90 DAYS OR MORE WITH A  MINIMUM OF 60 DAYS NOTIFICATION.

HOWEVER, OPERATIONAL NEED MAY RESULT IN SOME SAILORS RECEIVING LESS  THAN 60 DAYS NOTIFICATION.

       (1) BSOS/TYCOMS SHALL CERTIFY IN THEIR SUBMISSION TO USFF N1  THAT PRIMARY, AUXILLIARY AND EMBEDDED ALTERNATE NOMINEES HAVE BEEN ADVISED OF THEIR SELECTION AND  SHALL ENSURE NOMINEES BEGIN PRE-DEPLOYMENT CHECKLISTS AND PROCESSING.

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       (2) BSOS/TYCOMS THAT SOLICIT VOLUNTEERS AND/OR IA CANDIDATES  FROM MULTIPLE ISICS/COMMANDS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ENSURING CANDIDATES NOT CHOSEN RECEIVE TIMELY AND  OFFICIAL NOTIFICATION FROM THE CHAIN OF COMMAND.

       (3) DATE OF NOTIFICATION IS OFFICIALLY MEASURED FROM THE DATE  OF ORDERS ISSUANCE:  90-DAY NOTIFICATION IS THE BENCHMARK; 60-DAY NOTIFICATION IS THE MINIMUM  REQUIREMENT.

       (4) IF IN DANGER OF BROACHING THE 60-DAY NOTIFICATION LIMIT,  AT THE 70-DAY POINT, BSOS/TYCOMS WILL ASSIGN A NOMINEE TO THE BILLET AND WILL GIVE THE CHAIN OF  COMMAND TWO BUSINESS DAYS TO ACCEPT OR PROPOSE A DIFFERENT CANDIDATE.

       (5) 60-DAY NOTIFICATION WAIVERS WILL ONLY BE CONSIDERED IF  THERE WILL BE A SIGNIFICANT READINESS IMPACT ON THE MISSION, NOT SOLELY ON THE BASIS THAT A  SAILOR IS WILLING TO REPORT LESS THAN 60 DAYS FROM THE DATE OF THE ORDERS.  THE CHIEF OF NAVY  PERSONNEL WILL BE INFORMED OF ANY PAGE 06 RUEOMFC1371 UNCLAS NOTIFICATION LESS THAN 30 DAYS.

    D.  IA CANDIDATE BUSINESS RULES.

       (1) LEGACY IA ELIGIBLE SAILORS ARE THOSE SAILORS OUTSIDE THE  GSA/OSA ASSIGNMENT RULES WHO HAVE GREATER THAN NINE MONTHS REMAINING ON THEIR SEA OR SHORE TOUR AND  HAVE BEEN IN HOMEPORT FOR AT LEAST SIX MONTHS.  VOLUNTEERS SHALL BE GIVEN FIRST PRIORITY FOR IA  ASSIGNMENT.

       (2) SECOND TOUR IA.  BSOS/TYCOMS SHALL NOT SUBMIT A NOMINEE  WHO HAS COMPLETED A PREVIOUS IA

TOUR WITHIN THE PAST THREE YEARS.   SUBMIT WAIVERS TO THIS POLICY TO

 USFF N1.  USFF WILL CONSIDER

WAIVERS ONLY IF THE MEMBER IS A VOLUNTEER AND NO OTHER CANDIDATES ARE  AVAILABLE AND DEPLOYABLE WITHIN THE BSO/TYCOM AOR.  RATINGS/DESIGNATORS THAT DO NOT HAVE SUFFICIENT  INVENTORY TO SUPPORT A THREE-YEAR EXCLUSION WILL BE HANDLED ON A CASE-BY-CASE BASIS.

       (3) PERSTEMPO/ITEMPO/DWELL TIME.  IAS WILL BE AFFORDED THE  APPROPRIATE REPRIEVE BETWEEN DEPLOYMENTS.  EACH NOMINEE SHALL BE REVIEWED TO ENSURE THE MEMBER DID  NOT RECENTLY RETURN FROM A DEPLOYMENT OR WILL NOT FACE A DEPLOYMENT AFTER THE IA.  OPNAVINST  3000.13C CONTAINS POLICY REGARDING DWELL TIME AND SHALL BE APPLIED TO IAMM DEPLOYMENTS.  FOR EXAMPLE, A  SAILOR WHO COMPLETED A SIX-MONTH DEPLOYMENT SHOULD NOT FILL AN IA REQUIREMENT UNTIL SIX MONTHS AFTER  THE DEPLOYMENT.  COMMANDS ARE REQUIRED TO DOCUMENT IA DEPLOYMENTS AS ITEMPO EVENTS.  WHEN THERE IS  NO OTHER VIABLE ALTERNATIVE THAN TO SELECT A MEMBER WHOSE OCO DEPLOYMENT WOULD VIOLATE DWELL OR ITEMPO  REQUIREMENTS, REFER THE CASE TO PAGE 02 RUEOMFC1372 UNCLAS USFF N1 FOR WAIVER CONSIDERATION.

       (4) PRD MANAGEMENT.  PERSONNEL IN THEIR NORMAL PCS DETAILING  NEGOTIATION WINDOW (I.E., WITHIN NINE MONTHS OF PRD) OR WHO ARE CURRENTLY UNDER ORDERS ARE NOT  ELIGIBLE TO FILL IA REQUIREMENTS VIA THE IAMM PROCESS.  IF REQUIRED, PRDS FOR PERSONNEL SELECTED FOR AN IA  TOUR WILL BE ADJUSTED TO A MINIMUM OF TWO MONTHS FOLLOWING THE ESTIMATED DATE OF RETURN.

           (A) FOR ENLISTED PERSONNEL, USFF SHALL INITIATE A PRD  CHANGE REQUEST TO PERS-40 TO SUPPORT THE IA.

           (B) FOR OFFICER PERSONNEL, PARENT COMMANDS SHALL INITIATE  A PRD CHANGE WITH THE OFFICER'S DETAILER CITING THE REASON:  PRD CHANGE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT NAVY OCO  EFFORTS AS DIRECTED BY HIGHER AUTHORITY.

           (C) IAS COMING FROM SEA DUTY WILL MAINTAIN THEIR EXISTING  SEA DUTY PROJECTED ROTATION DATES (PRDS).

           (D) ENLISTED IAS COMING FROM SHORE DUTY.  FREEZE THE SHORE PAGE 03 RUEOMFC1372 UNCLAS  DUTY CLOCK WITH THE FOLLOWING

GUIDELINES:

               1. 100 PERCENT DAY-FOR-DAY CREDIT FOR AN IA TOUR  SERVED IN HAZARDOUS DUTY ZONES.

               2. 50 PERCENT DAY-FOR-DAY CREDIT FOR AN IA TOUR SERVED  OUTSIDE HAZARDOUS DUTY ZONES.

               3. REDUCTION OF PRESCRIBED SEA TOUR (PST) FOR THOSE  SAILORS REQUIRED TO RETURN TO SEA (FOR NEEDS OF THE SERVICE) PRIOR TO COMPLETION OF THEIR ADJUSTED  SHORE DUTY TIME.

       (5) EAOS MANAGEMENT.  WE EXPECT SAILORS TO GO FORWARD IN  SUPPORT OF OCO OPERATIONS.  PERSONNEL SELECTED FOR AN IA MUST HAVE AN EAOS A MINIMUM OF THREE (3) MONTHS  FOLLOWING THE ESTIMATED DATE OF RETURN FROM THE IA.  IF REQUIRED, PERSONNEL SHOULD EXTEND OR REENLIST  AS APPROPRIATE TO ENSURE THEY HAVE SUFFICIENT OBLIGATED SERVICE.  DETAILERS/BUPERS-32 WILL CONSIDER  HIGH-YEAR TENURE WAIVERS ON A CASE-BY-CASE BASIS.

       (6) HIGH YEAR TENURE (HYT).

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           (A) SAILORS DETERMINED TO BE HYT MAY VOLUNTEER FOR OSA  ORDERS PROVIDED THAT THE ESTIMATED RETURN FROM DEPLOYMENT ALLOWS FOR A MINIMUM OF FOUR (4) MONTHS  TRANSITION BETWEEN RETURN AND THE MANDATORY SEPARATION DATE.

           (B) SAILORS ALREADY IN POSSESSION OF OSA ORDERS, WHO ARE  SUBSEQUENTLY DEEMED TO BE HYT, WILL BE EVALUATED ON A CASE-BY-CASE BASIS BY USFF AND PERS.

           (C)  REQUESTS TO WAIVE MINIMUM TRANSITION TIME WILL BE  EVALUATED ON A CASE-BY-CASE BASIS.

       (7) RETIREMENT.

           (A) SAILORS WHO HAVE SUBMITTED AND BEEN APPROVED FOR  RETIREMENT MAY NOT VOLUNTEER FOR OSA ORDERS UNLESS THE ESTIMATED RETURN FROM DEPLOYMENT ALLOWS FOR A  MINIMUM OF FIVE MONTHS TRANSITION BETWEEN RETURN AND RETIREMENT DATE.

           (B) REQUESTS TO WAIVE MINIMUM TRANSITION TIME WILL BE  EVALUATED ON A CASE-BY-CASE BASIS.

       (8) RANK.  SAILORS MUST BE ONE UP/ONE DOWN FROM STATED  REQUIREMENT, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED IN PAGE 05 RUEOMFC1372 UNCLAS TASKING MESSAGE.  SAILORS MUST BE E-3 AND ABOVE AT THE TIME OF  ADMINISTRATIVE SCREENING TO BE ACCEPTED FOR IA ASSIGNMENTS WITH THE FOLLOWING EXCEPTIONS:

           (A) SAILORS MUST BE E-4 OR ABOVE FOR ASSIGNMENT TO  DETAINEE OPERATIONS MISSIONS.

           (B) HOSPITAL APPRENTICES (E-2) MAY SERVE IN HEALTH\ SERVICES AUGMENTATION PROGRAM (HSAP) BILLETS DUE TO SPECIALIZED TRAINING AND MEDICAL SKILLS.

           (C) ADDITIONAL EXCEPTIONS MAY BE EVALUATED ON A CASE-BY  CASE-BASIS.

       (9) SECURITY CLEARANCE.  AT THE TIME OF NOMINATION SUBMISSION,  SAILOR MUST POSSESS REQUIRED SECURITY CLEARANCE OR HAVE INTERIM GRANTED.

       (10) RATE/DESIGNATOR.  PERSONNEL IN LS/HD SKILL SET MAY NOT BE  USED TO FILL A REQUIREMENT OUTSIDE THEIR SKILL SET AND ARE EXCLUDED FROM "ANY RATE" OR "1050 OFFICER" OR  "1000 OFFICER" IA ASSIGNMENTS.

       (11) RETIREMENT/RESIGNATION:  IF A MEMBER SUBMITS A RETIREMENT  REQUEST OR RESIGNATION FOLLOWING VERBAL NOTIFICATION OF AN IAMM ASSIGNMENT, BUT PRIOR TO ORDERS PAGE 06 RUEOMFC1372 UNCLAS  ISSUANCE, THE CHAIN OF COMMAND SHALL INDICATE THIS ACTION ON THE REQUEST.  RETIREMENT REQUESTS THAT WOULD  PRECLUDE COMPLETION OF THE ASSIGNMENT WILL NOT NORMALLY BE ACCEPTED.

       (12) PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT.  DETAILERS, COMMUNITY MANAGERS  AND PARENT COMMANDS, IN COORDINATION WITH BSOS/TYCOMS, ARE IN THE BEST POSITION TO MANAGE A SAILOR'S  INDIVIDUAL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CAREER MILESTONES AND SHALL COLLABORATE TO MINIMIZE NEGATIVE IMPACT  TO AN INDIVIDUAL SAILOR.

       (13) VOLUNTEERS.  ALL VOLUNTEERS FROM COMMANDS NOT INCLUDED IN  CAPACITY REQUIRE COMMAND ENDORSEMENT.

NUCLEAR CODED SHORE BILLET ASSIGNED VOLUNTEERS REQUIRE OPNAV N133  CONCURRENCE PRIOR TO ASSIGNMENT.

    E.  ORDERS.

       (1) IAMM ORDERS.  SAILORS CAN VIEW TEMADD/ITDY ORDERS ON  BUPERS ONLINE (BOL):

           (A) LOG ONTO BUPERS ONLINE AT HTTPS://BOL.NAVY.MIL/

           (B) SELECT THE "NMCMPS" LINK OR "VIEW IA ORDERS" LINK

           (C) CLICK "VIEW MY ORDERS" IN UPPER MIDDLE OF THE SCREEN.

       (2) NAVY MOBILIZATION AND PROCESSING SITES (NMPS).

 COMNAVPERSCOM (PERS-4G4) IS RESPONSIBLE FOR NMPS LEVEL-LOADING AND NAVY INDIVIDUAL AUGMENTEE COMBAT TRAINING

 (NIACT) QUOTA CONTROL.  LEVEL LOADING IS PROJECTED WELL IN ADVANCE AND IS NECESSARY TO ENSURE CAPACITY IS NOT  EXCEEDED.  THE NMPS SITE LISTED ON THE MEMBER'S ORDERS IS THE APPROVED LOCATION.  REQUESTS FOR PROCESSING  THROUGH ALTERNATE NMPS SITES WILL NORMALLY BE DENIED.

       (3) CHANGES TO ORDERS.  ONCE AN INDIVIDUAL RECEIVES ORDERS,  SIGNIFICANT CHANGES TO THOSE ORDERS PAGE 02 RUEOMFC1373 UNCLAS (GREATER THAN 30-DAY IMPACT ON DEPARTURE FROM AND RETURN TO PARENT

 UNIT) SHALL BE HANDLED AS FOLLOWS:

           (A) IF A BILLET IS CANCELLED LESS THAN 60 DAYS FROM FIRST  INTERIM STOP (NMPS REPORT DATE), THE MEMBER WILL HAVE THE OPTION TO BE ASSIGNED TO ANOTHER BILLET,  PROVIDED ONE IS AVAILABLE WITHIN RANK AND SKILL-SET MATCH.  THE MEMBER'S BSO/TYCOM SHALL IDENTIFY A NEW BILLET  ASSIGNMENT, EITHER WORKING FROM THE BILLETS TASKED TO THE BSO/TYCOM OR BY COORDINATING WITH USFF N1 TO  CHOOSE FROM ALL OPEN BILLETS.

           (B) IF A BILLET IS CANCELLED GREATER THAN 60 DAYS FROM  FIRST INTERIM STOP (NMPS REPORT DATE), THE MEMBER WILL NOT HAVE THE OPTION TO SEEK AUTOMATIC REASSIGNMENT, BUT  MAY VOLUNTEER FOR A FUTURE ASSIGNMENT WITH A COMMAND ENDORSEMENT.

           (C) INCREASES TO BILLET TOUR LENGTHS RESULTING FROM A  BILLET REVALIDATION SHALL BE REFLECTED IN SUBSEQUENT ROTATIONS OF THE BILLET.  UNLESS EXTENSION IS DIRECTED BY  SECDEF, ASSIGNED IA TOUR COMPLETION DATES WILL NOT BE ADJUSTED.  USFF SHALL PROCESS CHANGES TO TOUR PAGE 03 RUEOMFC1373 UNCLAS  LENGTHS IN ORDERS AND WILL ADVISE BSO/TYCOM.

BSO/TYCOM SHALL KEEP THE IA SAILOR'S PARENT COMMAND APPRISED OF ALL  ORDER MODIFICATIONS.

           (D) IF A BILLET IS CANCELLED AFTER THE MEMBER HAS REPORTED  FOR OR COMPLETED TRAINING, USFF N1 SHALL EVALUATE OPTIONS FOR REASSIGNMENT TO ANOTHER LIKE REQUIREMENT.

 THE BSO/TYCOM SHALL BE NOTIFIED OF

USFF'S DECISION TO EITHER REASSIGN MEMBER TO ANOTHER LINE NUMBER OR  RETURN MEMBER TO PARENT COMMAND.  USFF

(N1) SHALL GAIN BSO/TYCOM CONCURRENCE IF THE REASSIGNED LINE NUMBER  WILL RESULT IN A LATER RETURN DATE OF THE SAILOR.

    F.  IA BUSINESS RULES ON AUXILIARIES AND EMBEDDED ALTERNATES.

HISTORICAL DATA REVEALS THAT FALLOUT RATES CONTINUE TO REMAIN  APPROXIMATELY 25 PERCENT, DESPITE INCREASED AWARENESS OF IA SCREENING REQUIREMENTS.  AUXILIARY AND EMBEDDED  ALTERNATE DEFINITIONS AND BUSINESS RULES:

       (1) AUXILIARY NOMINEES ARE NOT REQUIRED FOR O5/O6  REQUIREMENTS.

       (2) AUXILIARY.  AN AUXILIARY TO THE PRIMARY CANDIDATE WHO IS A PAGE 04 RUEOMFC1373 UNCLAS  BACK-UP TO DEPLOY IN PLACE OF THE PRIMARY IF REQUIRED.  AUXILIARIES ARE NOT ASSIGNED TO A SEPARATE LINE NUMBER  FROM THE PRIMARY AND DO NOT RECEIVE TRAINING IN PARALLEL WITH THE PRIMARY.

           (A) SPECIFIC GUIDELINES FOR AUXILIARY NOMINEES.

 AUXILIARIES WILL BE USED FOR IA REQUIREMENTS THAT REQUIRE THE STANDARD TRAINING PACKAGE OF NMPS AND NIACT.  BSOS/TYCOMS  SHALL IDENTIFY TWO NOMINEES FOR EACH REQUIREMENT LINE NUMBER.  BSOS/TYCOMS MUST USE THEIR OWN MANAGEMENT  TECHNIQUES TO IDENTIFY AND MANAGE THEIR AUXILIARIES.  USFF SHALL REQUIRE THAT A REPLACEMENT NOMINEE BE  SUBMITTED WITHIN TWO WORKING DAYS OF NOTIFICATION THAT THE PRIMARY HAS DROPPED.  AUXILIARY NOMINEES SHALL NOT BE  UTILIZED FOR OTHER LINE NUMBERS UNTIL THE PRIMARY HAS DEPLOYED TO THEATER.

           (B) AUXILIARY PREPARATION.  AUXILIARIES SHOULD BE BRIEFED  OF THE PROBABILITY THEY MAY BE ELEVATED TO PRIMARY STATUS SHOULD THE PRIMARY FALL OUT.  HOWEVER, AUXILIARIES  SHALL NOT MAKE ANY IRREVERSIBLE DECISIONS SUCH AS RELOCATING A FAMILY MEMBER OR TERMINATING A LEASE UNTIL PAGE 05 RUEOMFC1373 UNCLAS  OFFICIAL IA ORDERS ARE RECEIVED.

           (C) AUXILIARY ACTIVATION.  IF THE PRIMARY NOMINEE IS NO  LONGER QUALIFIED TO FULFILL THE IA, USFF WILL NOTIFY THE BSO/TYCOM THE AUXILIARY WILL BE ELEVATED TO PRIMARY.

 ORDERS WILL BE ISSUED TO THE AUXILIARY TO PROVIDE AT LEAST 30 DAYS NOTIFICATION.  IF ORDERS HAVE ALREADY BEEN  PROCESSED FOR THE ORIGINAL PRIMARY, USFF WILL REQUEST CANCELLATION ORDERS FOR THE ORIGINAL NOMINEE.

       (3) EMBEDDED ALTERNATES.  EMBEDDED ALTERNATES ARE ASSIGNED TO  A SPECIFIC LINE NUMBER AND WILL ATTEND TRAINING IN PARALLEL WITH THE OTHER PERSONNEL ASSIGNED TO THE  MISSION.

           (A) SPECIFIC GUIDELINES FOR EMBEDDED ALTERNATES:  EMBEDDED  ALTERNATES WILL BE USED FOR IA REQUIREMENTS WITH A LONGER AND MORE SPECIALIZED TRAINING PACKAGE.  EMBEDDED  ALTERNATES WILL BE ASSIGNED TO THEIR OWN LINE NUMBER AND WILL RECEIVE ORDERS TO ATTEND THE TRAINING WITH OTHER  PERSONNEL IN THAT MISSION.  EMBEDDED ALTERNATES SHALL NOT BE NOMINATED FOR OTHER MISSIONS UNTIL AFTER THE PRIMARY HAS  COMPLETED AT LEAST 50 PERCENT OF THE PAGE 06 RUEOMFC1373 UNCLAS ORIGINAL BOOTS ON GROUND (BOG) LENGTH, UNLESS APPROVED BY USFF.

           (B) EMBEDDED ALTERNATE PREPARATION.  EMBEDDED ALTERNATES  SHOULD BE BRIEFED OF THE HIGH PROBABILITY THEY WILL DEPLOY TO THEATER.  SAILORS IDENTIFIED AS EMBEDDED  ALTERNATES MUST TAKE STEPS TO ENSURE THEY CONTINUE TO REMAIN READY TO DEPLOY DURING THE FIRST 50 PERCENT OF THE ORIGINAL  MISSION BOG PERIOD.  HOWEVER, EMBEDDED ALTERNATES SHALL NOT MAKE ANY IRREVERSIBLE DECISIONS SUCH AS  RELOCATING A FAMILY MEMBER OR TERMINATING A LEASE UNTIL OFFICIALLY NOTIFIED THEY WILL BE REQUIRED TO GO FORWARD TO  SUPPORT THE MISSION.

           (C) EMBEDDED ALTERNATE ACTIVATION.  THE MISSION COMMANDER,  WITH THE CONCURRENCE OF USFF, SHALL ADVISE EMBEDDED ALTERNATES EITHER DURING TRAINING OR ONCE TRAINING IS  COMPLETE IF THEY WILL GO FORWARD WITH THE REST OF THE PRIMARY MISSION PERSONNEL.  IF THE EMBEDDED ALTERNATE DOES NOT  INITIALLY GO FORWARD, THEY WILL BE RETURNED TO THEIR PARENT COMMAND AND CONSIDERED ON STAND-BY TO JOIN THE MISSION  FOR 50 PERCENT OF THE ORIGINAL MISSION BOG DURATION.  IF A DECISION IS MADE TO ACTIVATE AN EMBEDDED ALTERNATE  AFTER THE MISSION ARRIVES IN THEATER, USFF WILL NOTIFY THE BSO/TYCOM THAT MEMBER IS REQUIRED TO REPORT IN SUPPORT OF  THE MISSION.  NEW ORDERS WILL BE ISSUED WITH A REPORT DATE THAT PROVIDES AT LEAST 14 DAYS NOTICE.

       (4) BOTH AUXILIARIES AND EMBEDDED ALTERNATES SHOULD BE  MEDICALLY QUALIFIED AND READY TO DEPLOY WITH THEIR ADMINISTRATIVE, LEGAL AND PERSONAL AFFAIRS IN ORDER.  BSOS/TYCOMS ARE  DIRECTED TO ENSURE PARENT COMMANDS CONDUCT A THOROUGH SCREENING OF ALL, PRIMARY, AUXILIARY, AND EMBEDDED  ALTERNATE IA CANDIDATES.

    G.  PRE-DEPLOYMENT SCREENING.  THE IA EXPEDITIONARY SCREENING PAGE 02 RUEOMFC1374 UNCLAS  CHECKLIST WILL ASSIST PARENT COMMANDS IN IDENTIFYING ANY DISQUALIFYING ITEMS WITH A NOMINEE.  THE  EXPEDITIONARY SCREENING CHECKLIST POSTED ON HTTP://WWW.IA.NAVY.MIL IS A REQUIRED ACTION FOR ALL IAS, PRIMARY,  AUXILIARY, AND EMBEDDED ALTERNATES; AND SHALL BE COMPLETED WITHIN 30 DAYS OF IA ORDERS DATE.  ALL NON-QUALIFYING  ISSUES MUST BE SUBMITTED TO USFF N1 VIA BSO/TYCOM IMMEDIATELY.  ADDITIONALLY, MANDATORY NKO COURSES ARE  REQUIRED FOR ALL PRIMARY, AUXILIARY, AND EMBEDDED ALTERNATE CANDIDATES.  COMPLETION OF THESE PREPARATORY ACTIONS WILL  HELP REDUCE FALLOUTS.

3.  WHILE EVERY EFFORT WILL BE MADE TO EXECUTE OSA, GSA AND IAMM  BUSINESS RULES AS PUBLISHED IN NAVADMINS, THERE WILL BE CIRCUMSTANCES WHICH CANNOT BE ANTICIPATED.  THE NAVY IS  COMMITTED TO FINDING THE BEST BALANCE BETWEEN THE IA MISSION, NEEDS/DESIRES OF THE SAILOR, AND COMMAND READINESS.

 UNANTICIPATED DEMANDS MAY REQUIRE TAILORED SOLUTIONS NOT COVERED IN THESE BUSINESS RULES.

4.  YOUR EFFORTS TO DATE HAVE BEEN CRUCIAL TO ENSURING THE NAVY  PROVIDES THE RIGHT SAILOR WITH THE RIGHT SKILLS PAGE 03 RUEOMFC1374 UNCLAS AT THE RIGHT TIME TO MEET OUR NATION'S OCO SUPPORT REQUIREMENTS.  WE  VALUE YOUR INPUT AS WE WORK TO IMPROVE THE PROCESS AND PROVIDE SAILORS, FAMILIES AND COMMANDS THE MAXIMUM  POSSIBLE TIME TO PREPARE FOR THIS CRITICAL MISSION.

5.  RELEASED BY VADM MARK FERGUSON, N1. // BT

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