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1985 Civilian Manpower Mobilization Mini Exercise.
LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT INST BETHESDA MD
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In the event of mobilization DoD will have to hire 400 thousand additional civilians many of them highly skilled for its CONUS installations. Where and how to get them is a matter of considerable concern to DoDs manpower planners. In November 1985 a mini-exercise was held involving 20 DoD installations wherein the potential availability of additional civilian manpower was assessed as well a the procedures for identifying, processing and distributing available personnel. The report contains recommendations design to strengthen the civilian manpower requirements determination and transmittal process, to utilize by skill, of civilian manpower in the current peactime economy in the central area of California. Keywords Wartime Manpower Planning Systems WARMAPS California Employment Development Department CEDD Office of Personnel Management OPM Civilian personnel offices Crosswalk CivilianMilitary Retirees Critical skills Non-Essential evacuees. Author
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