Nonappropriated Fund Personnel System Modernization
DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF FOR PERSONNEL (ARMY) WASHINGTON DC
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The policies and procedures contained in the enclosed instruction represent a response to the Army-wide, and ultimately DOD-wide, demand of commanders and managers for a modernized, flexible NAF personnel system. Over a period of five years, the Army, and subsequently, the other military services developed and tested new authorities and flexibilities that were responsive to NAF business needs and provided maximum authority and accountability to the line manager. The concepts and policies originated with the Armys Civilian Personnel Modernization Project CPMP, and have been modified by the consensus agreement of the major commands. The objective of the many changes is to enable management to recruit and retain high quality employees at a cost which does not exceed that required to compete in the labor market. To achieve this objective, many authorities and responsibilities that were exercised previously by the civilian personnel office have been delegated to line management.
- Economics and Cost Analysis
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations