CMS Manager:

This is the kahuna at the IMCOM heqdquarters. In official terms, the CMS Manager is the Information System Owner (ISO). Responsible for the whole thing.

Garrison Manager, or Garrison Web Manager:

Chief point of contact for the IMCOM Enterprise Web at the garrison. When the garrison is responsible for something, this is the first person on the call list. Otherwise, the person has the same responsibilities as a Site Manager.

Training requirements: Must be public affairs qualified (hold a GS-1035 or 1082 designation, or a 46 A or Z MOS) or hold an OPSEC Level II certificate (during the transition to these new requirements, the GM, SM, or PM can substitute the online Web Content and OPSEC Training Course as long as they actively seek OPSEC Level II as soon as it is  available).Responsible for knowing contents of the Tutorial/SOPs.

Site Manager:

A member of the website team at the installation, with authority and permission to edit any item in the system. If there is more than one site manager, a Garrison Manager should be appointed.

Training requirements: Must be public affairs qualified (hold a GS-1035 or 1082 designation, or a 46 A or Z MOS) or hold an OPSEC Level II certificate (during the transition to these new requirements, the GM, SM, or PM can substitute the online Web Content and OPSEC Training Course as long as they actively seek OPSEC Level II as soon as it is available). Responsible for knowing contents of the Tutorial/SOPs.

Page Manager:

A person designated to manage a subsection of the garrison site, such as a directorate, tenant or senior command site. The Page Manager has publishing privileges within his or her subsite.

Training requirements: Must be public affairs qualified (hold a GS-1035 or 1082 designation, or a 46 A or Z MOS) or hold an OPSEC Level II certificate (during the transition to these new requirements, the GM, SM, or PM can substitute the online Web Content and OPSEC Training Course as long as they actively seek OPSEC Level II as soon as it is available).

Page Contributor:

A person designated to work on, perhaps manage, a subsection of the garrison site. The Page Contributor can add and remove pages within the section, but CANNOT publish.

Training: Requires Web Content and OPSEC Training Course.

Text Editor:

Appointed to manage a single block or limited copy on a page. Must be supervised/reviewed by a Site or Page Manager.

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