The Affect of Division-Level Consolidated Administration on Battalion Adjutant Sections
MARINE CORPS COMMAND AND STAFF COLL QUANTICO VA
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The Marine Corps committed to consolidating personnel administration above the traditional battalionsquadron-level of command seven years ago yet has not fully developed the automated systems to leverage the loss of over a thousand personnel administrators. Marine adjutants, therefore, have assumed responsibility for many labor-intensive personnel and manpower-related functions such as managing personnel reporting requirements, personnel assignments, and tracking personnel action requests. Consequently, their offices or sections, particularly at the battalion-level, have inadequate information systems support, manpower, and training to operate effectively within the current construct of division-level, consolidated personnel administration CONAD.
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations
- Military Forces and Organizations