The Army Needs to Modify Its System for Measuring Individual Soldier Proficiency.
GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE WASHINGTON DC FEDERAL PERSONNEL AND COMPENSATION DIV
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The Army does not have an effective system for measuring individual training effectiveness and individual soldier proficiency in critical job tasks. Yet, more than 25 million is spent annually to develop, print, distribute, and score hundreds of skill qualification tests. In addition, unknown costs are incurred each year to administer the tests. GAO recommends several actions which can be taken to develop a less complex, less costly, and more effective system for measuring individual soldier proficiency and training needs. The Army agrees with the need to modify the program in a manner closely parallel to GAOs recommendations. Author
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