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1 G-1, Human Resources Policy Directorate PRE-DECISIONAL//DRAFT//FOUO//CLOSE-HOLD//LIMDIS Supporting Soldiers, Civilians & Families – Active, Guard, Reserve and Retired Health of the Force Indicators Update BG Jeffrey C. Horne Director, Human Resources Policy 6 October 2009

2 G-1, Human Resources Policy Directorate PRE-DECISIONAL//DRAFT//FOUO//CLOSE-HOLD//LIMDIS Supporting Soldiers, Civilians & Families – Active, Guard, Reserve and Retired Army Family Covenant Soldier Family Action Plan (SFAP) Diversity/EO Transformation TF Suicide Prevention Task Force (SPTF) Supporting Army Programs and Initiatives Comprehensive Soldier Fitness (CSF) RESET ASAP Reengineering TF ASAP Reengineering TF Warrior Transition Command (WTC) Army Medical Action Plan (AMAP) Sexual Harassment Assault Response & Prevention (SHARP) Non-Deployable Waivers Manning Separations PTS/TBI Attrition Sexual Assaults Substance Abuse Suicide events Quality Mental Fitness Discipline Retention Availability Satisfaction Service Delivery (Availability/ Usage) Survey Results Readiness Means Man the Army and preserve the all- volunteer force Reduce personnel turbulence, deliver responsive services Adapt recruiting & manning processes to support ARFORGEN Identify and mitigate force stressors Enhance Quality of Support to Soldiers, Civilians, and Families Improve customer service and satisfaction (manage expectations) Ways Are the Army’s efforts preserving, maintaining, & improving the health, morale, & well-being of the Total Army? Are programs resourced, available, and consistently delivered? Do Army policies, procedures & practices create & maintain stability & predictability for Soldiers & Families? Readiness Sustain the Army’s Soldiers, Civilians, and Families Readiness Sustain the Army’s Soldiers, Civilians, and Families  Commander Oriented  Strategy, Policy Support  Legislative Initiatives  Resource Decisions  Commander Oriented  Strategy, Policy Support  Legislative Initiatives  Resource Decisions Outcome Services & Infrastructure Services & Infrastructure Readiness Materiel Human Capital ARFORGEN Strategic Context Ends Objectives Strategic Questions Imperatives Measures (Not all Inclusive) Measures (Not all Inclusive) 4/19/2015 4:24 PM 2 Recruiting Deployment/ Dwell Retirements

3 G-1, Human Resources Policy Directorate PRE-DECISIONAL//DRAFT//FOUO//CLOSE-HOLD//LIMDIS Supporting Soldiers, Civilians & Families – Active, Guard, Reserve and Retired How the Army Tracks Indicators 4/19/2015 4:24 PM 3 From FY07 to FY08 we did observe upward trends in Suicide, Substance Abuse, Motorcycle Accidents/Fatalities, and Divorces; however, not all indicators trended up Continuous monitoring of indicators Various data sources and tools for staff and commanders Sharing of data across the multi- disciplined initiatives Risk Reduction Program (RRP)

4 G-1, Human Resources Policy Directorate PRE-DECISIONAL//DRAFT//FOUO//CLOSE-HOLD//LIMDIS Supporting Soldiers, Civilians & Families – Active, Guard, Reserve and Retired Initiatives Sustaining the All-Volunteer Force is our first priority National Recruiting campaign for drug and alcohol counselors Improved Risk Reduction program – increased sharing of information between Clinical, Non-clinical support and Troop commanders Pilot test of Confidential Self-Referrals for Substance Abuse Integration of data, analysis, and trend information to inform Health Promotion, Risk Reduction and Suicide Prevention efforts Synchronization of Human Capital/Human Resources policies and programs across the Army Staff and Field Commands BOSS – SHARP; Strong Bonds (Building Healthy Relationships); and eight other Army Staff task force efforts Directed training for Soldiers and leaders on an annual basis and standardized training for gatekeepers across all components 4/19/2015 4:24 PM 4

5 G-1, Human Resources Policy Directorate PRE-DECISIONAL//DRAFT//FOUO//CLOSE-HOLD//LIMDIS Supporting Soldiers, Civilians & Families – Active, Guard, Reserve and Retired Back-up

6 G-1, Human Resources Policy Directorate PRE-DECISIONAL//DRAFT//FOUO//CLOSE-HOLD//LIMDIS Supporting Soldiers, Civilians & Families – Active, Guard, Reserve and Retired How the Army Tracks Indicators 4/19/2015 4:24 PM 6 Not every indicator is trending upward, from FY07 to FY08 we did observe upward trends in Suicide, Substance Abuse, Motorcycle Accidents and Fatalities, and Divorces Continuous monitoring of indicators Various data sources and tools for staff and commanders Sharing of data across the multi- disciplined initiatives Risk Reduction Program (RRP)

7 G-1, Human Resources Policy Directorate PRE-DECISIONAL//DRAFT//FOUO//CLOSE-HOLD//LIMDIS Supporting Soldiers, Civilians & Families – Active, Guard, Reserve and Retired How the Army is Listening Soldiers and Families tell us that they are stressed and strained, but remarkably resilient. We hear from our Soldiers and Families thru: Senior Leader visits HQDA Tiger Teams Surveys Blogs Conferences, summits, and other forums 4/19/2015 4:24 PM 7

8 G-1, Human Resources Policy Directorate PRE-DECISIONAL//DRAFT//FOUO//CLOSE-HOLD//LIMDIS Supporting Soldiers, Civilians & Families – Active, Guard, Reserve and Retired Execution Timeline Jul 09 7 Oct 09 22 Oct 09 28 Oct 09 6 Nov 09 8 Feb 10 Final linkages to Program Execution Metrics Dashboard Beta Test Complete Development – Begin Data Population Consolidate list of data elements and sources Establish baseline Develop Framework for Common Operating Picture *Weekly IPRs with Director, HRPD Identification of data and process gaps 18 Feb 10 10 Mar 10 Updated Capability/Red-Line Recommendations Identify linkages to Program Execution Metrics 4/19/2015 4:24 PM 8 Manual Reporting Behaviors/Systems Health Assessment Jan 09 Individual behaviors only

9 G-1, Human Resources Policy Directorate PRE-DECISIONAL//DRAFT//FOUO//CLOSE-HOLD//LIMDIS Supporting Soldiers, Civilians & Families – Active, Guard, Reserve and Retired The Army’s Challenge Sustaining an All-Volunteer Force in an era of persistent conflict Providing programs and services in support of Soldiers on installations, deployed, or geographically dispersed and their Families Capturing indicators that permit us to inform and execute proactive intervention strategies 4/19/2015 4:24 PM 9

10 G-1, Human Resources Policy Directorate PRE-DECISIONAL//DRAFT//FOUO//CLOSE-HOLD//LIMDIS Supporting Soldiers, Civilians & Families – Active, Guard, Reserve and Retired How do we best acquire the right person? How do we best ensure the right skills? How do we best establish the right time? How do we best determine the right place? How do we best provide the right person with the right skills in the right place at the right time? How do we best enrich our people? A force of the highest quality Soldiers and Civilians who: Reflect the best of America’s people ; Embody the best of America’s Values ; Best Protect America’s Freedoms Strategic Question Objectives Questions Imperatives Objectives Develop collaborative, resilient, adaptive Leaders across the force Develop collaborative, resilient, adaptive Leaders across the force Ensure competitive QoL for Soldiers, Civilians and Families Recruit/retain/train diverse, high-quality, talented, Soldiers and Civilians Effective and efficient delivery of personnel and HR services Provide trained and ready manpower in support of ARFORGEN HCE Metrics 4/19/2015 4:24 PM 10 Vision: Build, Improve and Preserve America’s Army

11 G-1, Human Resources Policy Directorate PRE-DECISIONAL//DRAFT//FOUO//CLOSE-HOLD//LIMDIS Supporting Soldiers, Civilians & Families – Active, Guard, Reserve and Retired Soldier, Civilian, and Family Indicator Dashboard 4/19/2015 4:24 PM 11 Beta testing: July 2009 Baseline period – 24 Indicators grouped by Career, Indiscipline, Readiness Stressors,and Soldier and Family Life (TAB B): 3 rd Qtr FY07 to 3 rd Qtr FY09 Indicator status based on change from standard deviation of last five quarters (nine quarters available), established goals or metrics, or established subjectively where appropriate. Provides more frequent (quarterly) updates of trends, previously monitored on an annual basis, and supports a more proactive intervention strategy

12 G-1, Human Resources Policy Directorate PRE-DECISIONAL//DRAFT//FOUO//CLOSE-HOLD//LIMDIS Supporting Soldiers, Civilians & Families – Active, Guard, Reserve and Retired Campaign Plan for Health Promotion, Risk Reduction and Suicide Prevention Comprehensive Soldier Fitness Soldiers Families Civilians Sustaining the All-Volunteer Force Soldier & Family Action Plan Army Medical Action Plan “Strategies to Restore Balance” 4/19/2015 4:24 PM 12 Survivors Grow the Army FY10 Civilian Human Capital Plan Human Capital Strategy Institutional Adaptation Survivor Outreach Services Warrior Transition Command Well-Being of the Force Indicators Soldier and Family Surveys Service Delivery Metrics Direct Feedback

13 G-1, Human Resources Policy Directorate PRE-DECISIONAL//DRAFT//FOUO//CLOSE-HOLD//LIMDIS Supporting Soldiers, Civilians & Families – Active, Guard, Reserve and Retired Where are we going? 4/19/2015 4:24 PM 13 Ten key behaviors baseline dependent on availability of data. Updates as of 3 rd Qtr, FY09. July 2009March 2010 Expanded Data Set Interactive tool Expanded to include violent crimes Internet accessible Limited distribution Manual, intensive Key Strategic Questions: Are the Army’s efforts preserving, maintaining, and improving the health, morale, and well-being of the Total Army? Are the programs/efforts consistent, available, changing behaviors? Do HCE policies, procedures and practices create and maintain stability and predictability for Soldiers and Families? Key Strategic Questions: Are the Army’s efforts preserving, maintaining, and improving the health, morale, and well-being of the Total Army? Are the programs/efforts consistent, available, changing behaviors? Do HCE policies, procedures and practices create and maintain stability and predictability for Soldiers and Families? January 2007 Accountability - Rest of the Story Web-based, wide availability Auto-populating, frequent updates Links systemic outputs and human behaviors Leverage emerging integrated data systems

14 G-1, Human Resources Policy Directorate PRE-DECISIONAL//DRAFT//FOUO//CLOSE-HOLD//LIMDIS Supporting Soldiers, Civilians & Families – Active, Guard, Reserve and Retired Risk Analysis Profile (Future) Capability 4/19/2015 4:24 PM 14  Task: To assess systems and behaviors and provide a situational awareness tool for commanders, staff, and leaders that depicts the health of the force.  Purpose: Provide a set of metrics (leading and lagging) that support an assessment of issues facing Soldiers, Civilians, Families, and Survivors.  Objectives: Provide a dashboard with program measures of effectiveness that supports a risk reduction program and identifies and tracks objectives and stretch goals. Assess current metrics and develop an integrated risk analysis profile. Task organize to provide required capability for analysis and recommendations. Develop a framework for common operating picture Create situational awareness to support intervention strategies. Help Soldiers, Commanders, and staff make better informed decisions. Recommend changes to strategy, plans, policies, and programs that remedy those issues.  End state: Army capability to inform and influence Army Human Capital Enterprise, plans, policy, programs, and resourcing to more effectively support Commanders, Service Providers, Soldiers, Civilians, Families, and Survivors. Risk analysis definition Identify metrics supporting proactive (rather than reactive) actions Tools + Processes + Forums Tools + Processes + Forums Task organize Compile metrics (leading/lagging indicators) Assess Specified task (risk management profile/intervention awareness capability ) Specified task (risk management profile/intervention awareness capability ) Best Practices Strategy, plans, policy, and program recommendations Dashboard

15 G-1, Human Resources Policy Directorate PRE-DECISIONAL//DRAFT//FOUO//CLOSE-HOLD//LIMDIS Supporting Soldiers, Civilians & Families – Active, Guard, Reserve and Retired CSA Monthly Updates include 10 indicators of Soldier and Family member behavior: domestic violence, divorces, desertions, AWOLs, drug and alcohol enrollments, drug positives, suicides, courts-martial, motorcycle accidents and fatalities, and sexual assaults Trends FY07 – FY08: Divorce, Alcohol Dependence and Abuse Enrollments, Drug Positives, Motorcycle Accidents and Fatalities, Suicides, Sexual Assaults all reflected upward trends. Of these, all but Sexual Assaults were above FY01-FY08 baseline. Desertions and AWOLs declined, but were above FY01 – FY08 baseline. Courts-martial declined and were below FY01 – FY 08 baseline. Preliminary FY08 – FY09 (end of 3 rd Qtr)Trends: Domestic violence, divorce, and suicides increasing. Courts-martial, motorcycle accidents, and desertions/AWOLs decreasing. Drug and alcohol enrollments, drug positives, and sexual assaults little or no change. Trends not analyzed in terms of systems that influence behaviors or related to programs. Not available to commanders or staff in the field. CSA Update Behavior Trends 4/19/2015 4:24 PM 15

16 G-1, Human Resources Policy Directorate PRE-DECISIONAL//DRAFT//FOUO//CLOSE-HOLD//LIMDIS Supporting Soldiers, Civilians & Families – Active, Guard, Reserve and Retired Risk Reduction Program 4/19/2015 4:24 PM 16  The Risk Reduction Program is a Commander's Program designed to decrease soldiers' high-risk behaviors (i.e. Substance Abuse, Suicide, Spouse/Child Abuse, AWOL…) thus increasing soldier and mission readiness.  It is visually presented as a target that depicts 14 high-risk behaviors. High risk behavior rates are displayed on a shot group. Rates in the red ring could indicate the problem areas.  From this the commander can decide which action to take to solve the behavioral problems.  The program focuses on effective use of installation resources and coordinates effort between agencies utilizing the Installation Prevention Team to implement effective interventions.

17 G-1, Human Resources Policy Directorate PRE-DECISIONAL//DRAFT//FOUO//CLOSE-HOLD//LIMDIS Supporting Soldiers, Civilians & Families – Active, Guard, Reserve and Retired HRC (TAPDB) Birth date BASD Gender Race/Ethnicity Education Marital status Dependents Grade MOS UIC UIC location name UIC state UIC country CID (ACI 2 ) Crime date Crime type Investigation finding CID unit involved Investigation date Crime Data ACSAP (DAMIS) Drug positive date Drug type Drug/Alcohol (D/A) screen date D/A enrollment success Risk Reduction Program DFAS (MILPAY) HFP deploy start/end date HFP deploy country USAREC (Accessions) Entry waiver date Entry waiver type FMWRC (ACR) Domestic violence referral data Violent Crimes Review/Assessment OTSG (MEDPROS) Behavioral health diagnoses PDHRA compliance SSN-level Data (available) Aggregate Data Suicide (DCIPS) Suicide events FMWRC (ACR) Spouse abuse Child abuse OPMG (COPS) AWOL offenses G-1 AC/USAR/ARNG Army recruiting Retention CPT attrition rate PDHA and PDHRA Civilian workforce/hiring DMDC (TAPDB) Divorce rates Demographics SHARP (SADMS) Sexual assault EO Office EO Trends and Complaints HRC (TAPDB) Admin separations First-term attrition CSA, VCSA, Testimony and DA TFs Updates OTSG (MEDPROS) Post-traumatic stress disorder Traumatic Brain Injury Trends Personnel Manning/Fill Data Sources CRC (ASMIS) Accident date Accident cause Accident result OTJAG (Clerk of Court) Courts-Martial Disciplinary actions CHPPM (EPICON)ACSAP (DAMIS) Drug positive date Drug type Drug/Alcohol (D/A) screen date D/A enrollment success Risk Reduction Program 4/19/2015 4:24 PM 17 +

18 G-1, Human Resources Policy Directorate PRE-DECISIONAL//DRAFT//FOUO//CLOSE-HOLD//LIMDIS Supporting Soldiers, Civilians & Families – Active, Guard, Reserve and Retired Campaign Plan for Health Promotion, Risk Reduction and Suicide Prevention Comprehensive Soldier Fitness Current Strategic Focus Efforts Life Skills EducationSupportive CounselingTreatment Warrior Adventure Quest Triple Play Suicide Prevention Training Psychiatry-Medical Doctors ASAP Prevention Army Education Libraries Chaplains BOSS ACAP Transition Recreation & Sports Substance Abuse Counselors Unit & Rear Detachment Commander Tng Employee Assistance Program Volunteer Coordination FRSAs Relocation Svs SFAC Military Family Life Consultants Behavioral Health Specialists Yellow Ribbon Military One Source Army One Source Web Portals Military One Source Counseling Family Life Chaplains Army Family Team Building Religious Education Family Advocacy Program Mgt FRG/vFRG MFLC Tng Classes Spouse Employment Community Support Counselors Family Advocacy Social Workers EFMP Svs & Respite New Parent Support Survivor Outreach Services Victim Advocacy Child & Youth Centers Army Teen Panel FCC Operation Military Kids Youth Workforce Preparation Adolescent Substance Abuse Counselors Reduced Fees for Child & Youth Svs Youth Leadership Forums School Transition Svs MFLCs in Youth Programs & Schools Child Psychiatrists Soldiers Families Children Current Support System to Promote Resilience Community Covenant Soldier & Family Action Plan Geographically Dispersed Task Force S.H.A.R.P. “No Holistic Approach To Resourcing, Service Delivery, or Metrics” Increased Investment through AFC


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