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Navy officials are kicking off one of the most radical overhauls of performance evaluations and fitness reports in service history and are planning to field the new approach within a year. The aim is to eliminate the unwritten rules that reward seniority over merit.
Chef the new system will use new information technology to track far more granular details on sailor performance and professional development, data that will help inform Big Navy’s future decisions about promotions, retention, assignments and fitdep compensation.
Robert Burke, told Navy Times in a recent interview. Together, the changes aim to end the unwritten rules that encourage commands to allocate their limited promotion recommendations and best evaluations to the sailors who have been onboard the longest. Burke says the changes have been in the works for more than a year and are based on officer and enlisted focus groups and surveys designed to accurately define the biggest complaints across the fleet. That includes the ratings modernization announced last fall, the push to de-emphasize or even eliminate the written test for enlisted advancements and possibly even changing the pay system to include merit-based compensation.
Officials say none of these things can happen without a more accurate system of measuring performance. Sailors in a run during weekly squadron physical training on Aug.
Problems with the evaluation and fitness report procedures have been percolating for years. Burke says the system created “unwritten rules” and “grade creep” that have eroded the system’s effectiveness.
The Navy has developed an unofficial “code” for writing performance assessments. If you are a supervisor, “you have to be able to write in code,” Burke said. That code was made up of words and phrases that developed over time mainly because the existing evaluation and fitness reports had very limited space. That also contributes to the grade creep issue.
All new evals and fitreps coming soon
You have a grading system, which over time has become less useful than it was intended because now the grades are inflated and chied grades are less than a reflection of individual traits than they are a component of the overall number. These recommendations are crucial today. For enlisted sailors and officers alike, it makes them eligible for advancement earlier, offering an opportunity “break out” against their peers. One key change that officials hope will help eliminate the bias toward seniority will be a new timeline for individual evals and fitreps.
If you report, say, in Septemberyou get your first formal evaluation in September of the following year. Richard Brown, the head of Navy Personnel Command, who is helping to oversee development of the new system.
The performance review overhaul will likely end the longstanding use of a five-point rating scale and expand to nine points. At the same time, the Navy will expand the traits and characteristics it aims to evaluate.
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Sailors will be rated on factors customized to their paygrade, rating or warfare community. Burke envisions an online tool for tracking the year-round counseling, offering sailors and chied commanders a running picture of what a sailor has accomplished throughout the year. That will make the annual evals and fitreps easier because the supervisers will not have to rely entirely on memory at the end of the year.
The new system for performance assessments will end the current practice of using paper-based documents and scanned copies.
Instead, the data on individual sailors will live in a massive database online and will be accessible by phones and other wireless devices. And it will likely be analyzed and used in new ways. The aim is to better track the full spectrum of sailors skills that can be tapped for matching individual sailors to the assignments and compensation packages most suited for them. Bizarre defense in rape case Meals of Christmas past Xhief penalty in murder case?
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