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FY14 OML and Branching Process for USACC 13 June 2013.

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1 FY14 OML and Branching Process for USACC 13 June 2013

2 2 Agenda Order of Merit List (OML) Model changes for FY14 FY14 OML Model FY14 Branching Process Changes Advantages and Disadvantages FY14 Accessions Timeline FY14 Special Programs

3 3 Recommended FY14 ROTC OML Model changes CHANGES: Lower total LDAC Performance values from to Increase total values on the PMS MSIII CER & 2 campus APFTs from to Land Navigation removed as a standalone input. IMPACTS: Shifts focus at LDAC from an evaluation experience to a development experience. Powers down to PMS. Empowers PMS to have more impact on Cadets ranking and identify high and low performers.

4 4 FY13 ROTC OML Model Changes - LDAC Alignment Leader Development and Assessment Course (50%) LDAC Performance (E/S/N) – Leadership positions – Leadership attributes/skills/actions LDAC PLT TAC Evaluation (E/S/N) LDAC Land Navigation (1st score) PMS Experienced Based Observations (50%) PMS MSIII CER OML PMS Accessions OML PMS Accessions Potential Comments Cadet Training / Extracurricular Activities Language / Cultural Awareness Leader (45%) 2. Leadership Program (60%) Increase the development emphasis of LDAC by flipping the relative weight of LDAC TAC evaluation with LDAC performance. Remove Land Navigation as a separate evaluation event. Failure of Land Navigation forces an overall N rating for LDAC. Move weight of Land Navigation to PMS MSIII evaluation - from 6.75 to Recommend maximum score for CULP be changed to CULP maximum point change allows more Cadets to obtain full 2.25% of OML These adjustments in the Leadership area incorporate recommendations made by the FY12 Process Action Team and concurred by Brigade Commanders. Recommend elimination of the Commission Review Board PMS now has greater input to the bottom 5% of OML criteria for review selection PMS can initiate disenrollment Cost savings on board TDY costs

5 5 FY13 ROTC OML Model LDAC Alignment Increase the development emphasis of consistent and improved effort. Make campus APFT equal weight Reduce weight of LDAC APFT Failure of LDAC APFT forces an overall N rating for LDAC and zero points N at LDAC and zero for APFT makes attainment of active duty almost impossible This incorporates changes recommended by the FY12 Process Action Team and accepted by all BDE Commanders in April Leadership Program (60%) Physical(15%) APFT (90%) (1.69) - Campus (most current fall semester) (2.36) - Campus ( most current spring semester) (9.45) - LDAC (1 st score) Athletics (10%) (1.50) - Varsity, Intramural, or Community Team These recommended adjustments move toward more Cadet development for LDAC. Provides the PMSs adequate points in the Model to make a difference between top performers on campus and those Cadets who are on the other end of the spectrum.

6 6 FY14 ROTC OML Model 6 1. Academic Program (40%) (40.00) Cumulative GPA (includes ROTC GPA Spring Semester, most current) APFT (90%) (3.50) - Campus (most current fall semester) (3.50) - Campus (most current spring semester) (6.50) - LDAC (1 st score) Athletics (10%) (1.50) - Varsity, Intramural, or Community Team Leadership Development and Assessment Course (11.25) - LDAC Performance (E/S/N) - Leadership positions - Leadership attributes/skills/actions (6.75) - LDAC PLT TAC Evaluation (E/S/N) PMS Experienced Based Observations (11.25) - PMS MSIII CER OML (4.50) - PMS Accessions OML (4.50) - PMS Accessions Potential Comments (4.50) - Cadet Training / Extracurricular Activities (75) (2.25) - Language / Cultural Awareness (201) Warrior Forge, Platoon Top Five = 1 point added to final OMS RECONDO = 0.5 point added to final OMS Leader (45%) Physical (15%) 2. Leadership Program (60%) Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) Incentive 0.5 Incentive to ADM 3 (Math/Science) 1.0 Incentive to ADM 4 (Engineering) For each event/activity: Based on a normalized weighted average distribution for that cohort.

7 7 Branching Processes

8 8 Cadets must designate how many branches they would like considered for pre-branching (top choice, top two, or top three). Branch by OML to 40% of mission w/o ADSO, then by OML to 55% of mission w/ ADSO. NO top or bottom OML. All branch choices will be considered by the DABM, and credit will be given to those who ADSO in the DABM. BENEFITS: Potential to shift the ADSOs for branch to have a more even distribution across the OML vs the status quo where 75% of the ADSOs originate from the bottom half of the OML NO WARGAMING & TRUE PREFERENCES SUBMITTED Larger population to work with in the DABM with a more representative distribution of REDCAT Lays a framework that can seamlessly integrate Talent Management for future cohorts No Dead Zone Large population available for DABM FY14 BRANCHING PROCESS RECOMMENDED CHANGES: USACC branch to 40% of each branches allocations. Additional 15% with ADSO, All others to DABM with all 16 branches considered Consider AV in DABM if cadet satisfies prerequisites The DABM will still weight Cadet Preference & OML standing as the priority factors for branch assignment

9 9 FY14 Accessions Process Changes Continue to branch the top 10% of Cadets selected for active duty into their first branch preference. Branch sequentially Cadets by first preference up to 40% of a branch allocation without a Branch Active Duty Service Obligation (BRADSO). Branch sequentially Cadets by first preference up to 55% of a branch allocation with (BRADSO). Cadet may opt out of second and third branch considerations. Branch sequentially Cadets not branched by above for second or third preference if Cadet indicates second preference is to be considered using 40%, 55% and BRADSO (no BRADSO for 3 rd ) guidelines. Cadet may opt out of third branch consideration. Branch remaining active duty Cadets by the DABM considering all branch preferences and any ADSOs.

10 10 FY14 Accessions Process Changes 45% of Aviation allocations will be filled by the DABM. (Cadets must meet AV specific requirements AFST/SIFT and Class I Flight Physical) to be considered by the DABM. Any Cadet may request Education Delay. No Top/Bottom half of active duty OML – DABM distributes quality. National OML will not be released to the Field. Selection and Branching results will be released in three lists. Active Duty, ARNG and USAR in alphabetical order. No requirement for the Branch Expectation Management Tool (BEM-T). Delete previous versions and do not use when counseling your FY14 Cadets. If Cadet executes a Branch for ADSO contract for 1 st two branch preferences and receives one of those branches as their Basic branch the Cadet will be charged the ADSO (Not including Top 10%). No GRFD Contract revocations after 1 July 2013

11 11 Advantages/Disadvantages Advantages: More time at beginning of Academic year Data verification and input at ROTC programs Counseling and mentorship by Professors of Military Science Excellence rewarded – no gaming of process Cadets can be considered for all branches Leads into Talent management initiatives for future Cohorts Disadvantages: Optimization model outcomes more difficult to explain.

12 All data/com ments in CCIMS for End of LDAC/ Standby Board 16 Aug 5 Sep DA/ROTC Selection and Branching Board 28 Oct – 1 Nov Education al Delay Board Oct Receive RFOs from HRC Dec Grads ASD Publish Orders begin 18 Nov BOLC-B Scheduling Conference 2-4 Dec Feb - Apr 14 Receive RFOs from HRC ASD Publish Orders Release Ed Delay Active Duty Branching USAR ARNG Board Results FY13/14 ROTC Accessions Cohort Timeline Graduation Commission May - Jun End of LDAC Standby Board 22 AUG 218-Rs Due Dec Grads Release End of LDAC Board Results Receive RFOs from HRC End of LDAC ASD Publish Orders Battalion/Cadet Actions ASD Actions Last Day to request changes for Component, Branch, or due to errors. Last Day Spring graduates 218-R LOA or VHR for all RFD Cadets Hard Copy Ed Delay Packets Due to G1 ASD All OML and Accession Packet complete data in CCIMS ADSOs entered Reserve Choice entered Branch and ADSOs due Cadet & PMS comments due 10 Sep 27 Sep 12 Nov 13 Dec All FY13 DL selects provide proof of admittance to medical, law or seminary schools Extension requests by FY12+ DL selects Last Day for GRFD revocation requests 1 Aug Accession Board Dates As of 6 Mar 13

13 13 FY14 Special Branching Programs

14 14 Special Programs Signal CADETS with these degrees who select SC as 1 st preference, have at least a 2.75 GPA, and complete a branch ADSO = Active Duty and AD without branch detail if below Active Duty selection line... 50% of the Signal Corps (SC) branch allocations will be withheld exclusively for Cadets with degrees listed below. If the Cadet has one of these degrees, at least a 2.75 CUM GPA, and SC as their #1 preference they will receive SC and that branch and not be branch detailed. Once the 50% is filled, must compete for SC branch. BANInformation Technology Project Management. CUE Computer And Information Sciences, Support Services, General and Other BANComputer Support Specialist. CUE Information Technology. BBTComputer Systems Networking and Telecommunications. CUE Informatics. BCFWeb Page, Digital/Multimedia and Information Resources Design. CUE Information Science/Studies. BCFNetwork and System Administration/Administrator. CUE Computer Systems Analysis/Analyst. BCFSystem, Networking, and LAN/WAN Management/Manager.CUEComputer Science. BCFComputer and Information Systems Security/Information Assurance.CUE Data Modeling/Warehousing and Database Administration. BCF Computer/Information Technology Services Administration and Management, Other.CUEComputer Graphics. CHATelecommunications Engineering.CUGComputer Software and Media Applications, Other. CHAElectrical and Electronics EngineerCHI Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering, Technology/Technician CHAElectrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering, OtherDHDApplied Mathematics, General CUAComputer Engineering, General.DHXMathematics, General CUAComputer Hardware Engineering.DLXPhysics, General CUAComputer Software Engineering.EKFTelecommunications Manager CUAComputer Engineering, Other.

15 15 Special Programs Engineer CADETS with these degrees, have a GPA>= 2.75, select EN as 1 st choice, and complete a branch ADSO will receive Active Duty and EN if below Active Duty selection line. 70% of the Corps of Engineers (EN) branch allocations will be withheld exclusively for Cadets with these degrees, indicate EN as first preference, and have at least a 2.75 CUM GPA. Once the Special Program is 70% filled, must compete for EN branch BBRSystems Management/Management Science CAAArchitectural Engineering. CABNaval Architecture and Marine Engineering. CCGStructural Engineering. CCGConstruction Engineering. CCHTransportation and Highway Engineering. CCOEnvironmental/Environmental Health Engineering. CCQEnvironmental Science CCXCivil Engineering, General. CDXCeramic Sciences and Engineering. CEXChemical Engineering. CEXChemical and Biomolecular Engineering. CEXChemical Engineering, Other. CEXEngineering Chemistry. CFA Aerospace, Aeronautical and Astronautical/Space Engineering. CFZ Aerospace, Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering. CGKGeological/Geophysical Engineering. CHAElectrical and Electronics Engineering CHXElectromechanical Engineering. CKXEngineering Mechanics. CKXMechanical Engineering. CLFNuclear Engineering. CMEMaterials Engineering. CNXMetallurgical Engineering. CPEPolymer/Plastics Engineering. CSXEngineering Physics/Applied Physics. CUXSystems Engineering. CXXEngineering, General. CXXPre-Engineering. CXXWater Resources Engineering. CXXLaser and Optical Engineering. CXXEngineering Science. CXXEngineering, Other. CYXIndustrial Engineering. CYXManufacturing Engineering. DEXGeodetic Science DLXPhysics

16 16 Special Programs Ordnance & EOD CADETS with a 2.75 CUM GPA in one of these degrees, selects OD as their #1 preference and completes an ADSO will receive Active Duty and OD if below Active Duty selection line. 50% of the Ordnance Corps (OD) branch allocations will be withheld exclusively for Cadets with the academic degrees listed below. If the Cadet has a 2.75 CUM GPA in one of the identified STEM degree fields and lists that branch (OD) as their #1 preference they will receive AD and that branch. EOD, Explosive Ordnance Disposal, must be pre-qualified with an OD Branch representative during Branch Orientation at LDAC. If selected for OD then EOD preference applied. Must volunteer to get EOD but OD not required in top 3 preferences No branch ADSO charged for EOD. BAABusiness Administration BAEFinance, General BAXBusiness Administration BBFAccounting/Auditing BCF Web Page, Digital/Multimedia and Information Resources Design. BCF Network and System Administration/Administrator. BCF System, Networking, and LAN/WAN Management/Manager. BCF Computer and Information Systems Security/Information Assurance. BCF Computer/Information Technology Services Administration and Management, Other. BCXBusiness Economics BXXManagement Logistics These degrees, GPA >= 2.75, OD 1 st request, ADSO = active and OD if below active duty line CKXEngineering Mechanics. CRMHazardous Materials Management CUEComputer And Information Sciences And Support Services. CUEComputer and Information Sciences, General. CUEInformation Technology. CUEInformatics. CUEComputer and Information Sciences, Other. CUEInformation Science/Studies. CUEComputer Systems Analysis/Analyst. CUEComputer Science. CUEData Modeling/Warehousing and Database Administration. CUEComputer Graphics. CUEComputer and Information Sciences and Support Services, Other. CUXSystems Engineering. DDEChemistry, General DHXMathematics, General

17 17 Special Programs Chemical CADETS with these degrees, GPA>= 2.75, CM 1 st choice, and ADSO = Active Duty and CM if below Active Duty selection line. 50% of the Chemical Corps (CM) branch allocations will be withheld exclusively for Cadets with the academic degrees listed below. If the Cadet has a 2.75 CUM GPA and one of these degrees and lists that branch (CM) as their #1 preference, they will receive CM. Once the 50% is filled, must compete for CM branch CAAArchitectural Engineering. CABNaval Architecture and Marine Engineering. CCGStructural Engineering. CCGConstruction Engineering. CCHTransportation and Highway Engineering. CCOEnvironmental/Environmental Health Engineering. CCXCivil Engineering, General. CDXCeramic Sciences and Engineering. CEXChemical Engineering. CEXChemical and Biomolecular Engineering. CEXChemical Engineering, Other. CEXEngineering Chemistry. CFAAerospace, Aeronautical and Astronautical/Space Engineering. CFZAerospace, Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering. CGKGeological/Geophysical Engineering. CHAElectrical and Electronics Engineering CHATelecommunications Engineering. CHAElectrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering, Other. CHXElectromechanical Engineering. CKXEngineering Mechanics. CKXMechanical Engineering. CLFNuclear Engineering. CMEMaterials Engineering. CNXMetallurgical Engineering. CPEPolymer/Plastics Engineering. CRMHazardous Materials Management CSXEngineering Physics/Applied Physics. CUXSystems Engineering. CXXEngineering, General. CXXPre-Engineering. CXXWater Resources Engineering. CXXLaser and Optical Engineering. CXXEngineering Science. CXXEngineering, Other. CYXIndustrial Engineering. CYXManufacturing Engineering. DCXBiology/Biological Sciences, Genera; DCXBiomedical Sciences, General DDABiochemistry DDBAnalytical Chemistry DDCInorganic Chemistry DDDOrganic Chemistry DDEChemistry, General DHXMathematics, General DLXPhysics, General DXXPhysical Sciences

18 18 Special Programs Air Defense Artillery A CADET with these Degrees, GPA>= 2.75, AD 1 st choice, and ADSO = Active Duty and AD without branch detail if below Active Duty selection line.. 50% of the Air Defense Artillery (AD) branch allocations will be withheld exclusively for Cadets with the academic degrees listed below. If the Cadet has a 2.75 CUM GPA and one of these degrees and lists that branch (AD) as their #1 preference they will receive AD. Once the 50% is filled, must compete for AD branch. CABNaval Architecture and Marine Engineering. CCXCivil Engineering, General. CDXCeramic Sciences and Engineering. CFA Aerospace, Aeronautical and Astronautical/Space Engineering. CHAElectrical and Electronics Engineering CHATelecommunications Engineering. CHA Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering, Other. CHXElectromechanical Engineering. CKXEngineering Mechanics. CKXMechanical Engineering. CMEMaterials Engineering. CNXMetallurgical Engineering. CPEPolymer/Plastics Engineering. CSXEngineering Physics/Applied Physics. CUE COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCES AND SUPPORT SERVICES. CUE Computer and Information Sciences, General. CUE Information Technology. CUE Informatics. CUE Computer and Information Sciences, Other. CUE Information Science/Studies. CUE Computer Systems Analysis/Analyst. CUEComputer Science. CUEData Modeling/Warehousing and Database Administration. CUEComputer Graphics. CUE Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services, Other. CUXSystems Engineering. CXXEngineering, General. CXXPre-Engineering. CXXWater Resources Engineering. CXXLaser and Optical Engineering. CXXEngineering Science. CXXEngineering, Other. CYXIndustrial Engineering. CYXManufacturing Engineering. DHAStatistics, General DHXMathematics, General DLXPhysics DXXPhysical Sciences

19 19 Special Programs Quartermaster A CADET below the active duty line, who branch ADSOs, has at least a 2.75 GPA CUM, selects QM as 1 st preference criteria, and has the DCX degree = Active Duty in QM if below Active Duty selection line.. 50% of the Quartermaster Corps (QM) branch allocations will be withheld exclusively for Cadets with the academic degrees listed below. If the Cadet has a 2.75 CUM GPA and one of these degrees and lists QM as their #1 preference, they will receive QM until the special allocations are filled. Once the 50% is filled, must compete for QM branch. These degrees, GPA >= 2.75, request QM as 1 st preference, ADSO = active duty and QM if below active duty line DCXBiology/Biological Sciences, General DCXBiomedical Sciences, General BAABusiness Administration BAEFinance, General BASFood Distribution BBFAccounting/Auditing BCF Web Page, Digital/Multimedia and Information Resources Design. BCFNetwork and System Administration/Administrator. BCF System, Networking, and LAN/WAN Management/Manager. BCF Computer and Information Systems Security/Information Assurance. BCF Computer/Information Technology Services Administration and Management, Other. BCXBusiness Economics BXXManagement Logistics DCXBiology/Biological Sciences, General; DCXBiomedical Sciences, General EDXEconomics General

20 20 Special Programs Finance A CADET below the active duty line, who completes a FI branch ADSO, has at least a 2.75 GPA CUM, has the STEM degrees listed and selects FI as 1 st = Active Duty and FI without branch detail if below Active Duty selection line.. 50% of the Finance Corps (FI) branch allocations will be withheld exclusively for Cadets with the academic degrees listed below. If the Cadet has a 2.75 CUM GPA in one of the identified STEM degree fields and lists that branch (FI) as their #1 preference and special allocations are available, they will receive that branch. Once the 50% is filled, must compete for FI branch BAABusiness Administration BADBanking and Finance BAEFinance, General BAXBusiness Administration BBTManagement BCFWeb Page, Digital/Multimedia and Information Resources Design. BCFNetwork and System Administration/Administrator. BCFSystem, Networking, and LAN/WAN Management/Manager. BCFComputer and Information Systems Security/Information Assurance. BCFComputer/Information Technology Services Administration and Management, Other. BCXBusiness Economics EDXEconomics General These degrees. GPA>= 2.75, FI as 1 st preference, ADSO = active duty and FI if below active line DHAStatistics, General DHXMathematics, General

21 21 Special Programs Adjutant General 25% of the Adjutant General Corps (AG) branch allocations will be withheld exclusively for Cadets with the academic degrees listed below. Once the 25% is filled, must compete for AG branch BAPOrganizational Behavior - Personnel Management BAVHuman Resources BAXBusiness Administration BBAAdministration, Public BBBPersonnel Management/Administration BBTComputer Systems Networking and Telecommunications. BBTManagement BCFWeb Page, Digital/Multimedia and Information Resources Design. BCFNetwork and System Administration/Administrator. BCFSystem, Networking, and LAN/WAN Management/Manager. BCFComputer and Information Systems Security/Information Assurance. BCF Computer/Information Technology Services Administration and Management, Other. BXXManagement Logistics

22 22 Special Programs

23 23 Guidance? Questions?


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