Experimental Civilian Personnel Office Project (EXPO): Final Report for Appropriated Fund Sites
Final rept. May 1986-Aug 1992
NAVY PERSONNEL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER SAN DIEGO CA
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The purpose of this report is to document the evaluation of the Experimental Civilian Personnel Office Project EXPO at appropriated fund APF sites. The aim of Project EXPO was to design and test initiatives that streamlined and simplified personnel management procedures and policies employed in the Department of Defense DOD. Sixteen APF sites were evaluated one U.S. Air Force, one U.S. Army, one U.S. Navy, and thirteen Defense Logistics Agency sites. The initiatives signified a movement toward greater empowerment of nonpersonnel lists e.g., managers, greater efficiency, flexibility, and responsiveness. The evaluation covered a 3-year test period. Data sources included attitudinal surveys, standardized on-site interviews of personnel lists, managers, supervisors, and existing personnel data bases. The results indicate that EXPO had a positive impact Experimental Civilian Personnel Office Project, Project EXPO, EXPO, Personnel initiatives, Position classification, Pay issues, Awards, Performance evaluation, Employment categories, Discipline, Grievances, Training and development evaluation model, Core document merit promotion, Climate dimensions, One-stop service, Organizational climate, Performance management.
- Administration and Management
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations
- Military Forces and Organizations