Presentation on theme: "DAWG Deployment Availability Working Group"— Presentation transcript:
1 DAWG Deployment Availability Working Group Bottom Line Up Front – How to get startedMeeting intervalMeeting model(s)Meeting attendeesMeeting agenda
2 DAWG - BLUF1. Fast way to spin up is to read AFI Duty Limiting Conditions, 15 Jan 2013Tier 1: Read Chapter 4 (8 pages) & Atch 4 (1 page)Tier 2: Search for “DAWG” & read relevant hitTier 3: Review all of AFI (49 pages)2. Decide if you want “combined” or “split” DAWGi.e. “administrative DAWG” + “case review DAWG”3. Use Atch 4 template or templates in this briefing to jump start your documentation.
3 DAWG – meeting interval - AFI The DAWG at ARC installations should meet monthly, but not less than quarterly.IMHO….…monthly meeting is overkill for admin functions…quarterly meeting is inadequate for case reviewSo, a quarterly administrative DAWG and a monthly case review DAWG is probably close to optimal.
4 DAWG – meeting model1. DAWG mtg combined w/ AMC +/- OEHWG quarterly mtg2. Separate DAWG mtg2.a. Address all DAWG req in one quarterly mtg2.b. Address DAWG admin req in quarterly mtg& address DAWG case review req in monthly mtg
5 DAWG – meeting model1. DAWG mtg combined w/ AMC +/- OEHWG quarterly mtg-Advantage: only 1 quarterly mtg to schedule-Advantage: all 3 mtgs chaired by SGP-Advantage: quarterly DAWG interval aligns w/ AMC & OEHWG AFIs-Disadvantage: long mtg to cover all required items-Disadvantage: attendees of each mtg vary, so potential for suboptimal use of attendees time-Disadvantage: quarterly interval is probably inadequate for DAWG case review functions
6 DAWG – meeting model 2. Separate DAWG mtg 2.a. Address all DAWG req in one quarterly mtg-Advantage: one quarterly meeting-Disadvantage: quarterly interval is probably inadequate for DAWG case review functions2.b. Address DAWG admin req in quarterly mtg& address DAWG case review req in monthly mtg-Advantage: optimal intervals for both admin & case management-Advantage: isolates PHI to case management DAWG allowing anyone to attend admin DAWG-Disadvantage: monthly meetings for case review
7 DAWG – meeting model: Admin Attendees Per AFISGP (chair),SGH,SPO (if not the SGP or SGH),Profile Officers,MSME (ANG full time health technician),ARC Fitness Prgm MLO (if not the SGP)Per AFIWing Fitness Prgm Manager.
8 DAWG – meeting model: Admin Attendees - Note: Chair may elect to have reports from other sections with prgms that impact deployment availability, such as Optometry for gas-mask inserts, Public Health for immunizations, and Dental.- Note: requirement for FSS rep gone. However, I think it is still a good idea to have a FSS rep given the need for a good working relationship for ASIMS/MilPDS data reconciliation and NDDES Prgm execution.- Note: if no PHI is addressed, anyone may attend DAWG (AFI )
9 DAWG – meeting model: Admin Agenda See attached template for reports and metrics.(DAWGStandardAdministrativeAgenda PDF)&/orAFI Attachment 4
10 DAWG – meeting model: Case Rev Attendees Per AFISGP (chair),SGH,SPO (if not the SGP or SGH),Profile Officers,MSME (ANG full time health technician),ARC Fitness Prgm MLO (if not the SGP)All Members of the Professional StaffNote: many members listed in AFI are NA for ARC, such as PEBLO, Exercise Physiologist, DoD/Veterans Affairs military services coordinator, a mental health rep, Women’s Health Clinic rep.
11 DAWG – meeting model: Case Rev Agenda Cases that req DAWG rev listed AFI Ch 4For typical ANG unit, I sorted these into 7 groups.Additional detail for each group provided in attached file (DAWGStandardCaseReviewAgenda pdf )CASE GROUP I. (para ) Initial-RILOCASE GROUP II (para ) Renewal-RILOCASE GROUP III (para ) AAC 31 ReviewCASE GROUP IV. (para ) Other casesCASE GROUP V. (para ) Airmen with DLCs which do not affect mobilityCASE GROUP VI. (para ) AAC 81, pregnancyCASE GROUP VII (para ) MEDCON cases