Training Guide for the Management Analyst Industrial Engineer Technician
ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF DEFENSE (MANPOWER RESERVE AFFAIRS AND LOGISTICS) WASHINGTON DC
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Management education and training programs are established throughout the Federal Government to provide personnel engaged in management and staff support functions an opportunity to obtain the specialized education required by their job. These programs are primarily ServiceAgency operated schools offering management training covering a variety of subjects. Within the Department of Defense, the Management Education and Training Program includes more than 273 resident courses with a capacity to train over 32,000 personnel. These courses address common concepts and common skills for management needs. The information contained in this booklet pertains to the GS-343 and GS-895 Job Classification Series. The data was compiled from various training publications promulgated throughout the Federal Government. It is assembled, primarily, for personnel directly working for the Department of Defense within the parameters set forth in DoD Directive 5010.31 DoD Productivity Program and DoD Instruction 5010.34, Productivity Enhancement, Measurement, and Evaluation - Operating Guidelines and Reporting Instructions.
- Administration and Management
- Economics and Cost Analysis
- Manufacturing and Industrial Engineering and Control of Production Systems