The Game Changer: 4/5 Levels of Leadership Workshop on 1 September 2022. This a great MS Teams workshop opportunity for all USAG, FSGA civilian employees. Suspense for signing up will be next Monday, 8/29, by 1630.
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In accordance with the requirements of 5 USC 7114(a)(3), this is to advise bargaining unit employees that: given the opportunity to be represented at any examination of an employee in the unit by a representative of the agency in connection with an investigation if - (a) the employee reasonably believes that the examination may result in disciplinary action against the employee; and (b) the employee requests representation.
bargaining unit employees that:
given the opportunity to be represented at any examination of an employee in the unit by a representative of the agency in connection with an investigation if - (a) the employee reasonably believes that the examination may result in disciplinary action against the employee; and (b) the employee requests representation.
the unit by a representative of the agency in connection with an investigation if - (a) the employee reasonably believes that the examination may result in disciplinary action against the employee; and (b) the employee requests representation.
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What's inside the Handbook?
Army Civilian Corp Creed
Employee Suggestion Program
Federal Holidays, Military Training Holidays, and Liberal Leave
Time & Attendance Guidance
Awards & Recognition
Civilian Fitness Program
Eligibility For and Use of Wireless Communication Devices
NAF Pay Setting
Employee Acknowledgement of Receipt
Before your first day
Receives CPAC Welcome email
Employee prepares for first day procedures
Completes required paperwork
Supervisor receives notice to prepare for new employee’s arrival
Supervisor assigns sponsor (if employee requested)
Supervisor sends welcome email to new employee, with a CC to the sponsor (if one has been requested)
Completes CPAC-required forms
Meets and greets Sponsor (if one was requested)
Receives onboarding tools
Meets employee after CPAC in-processing
Focuses on sharing Army culture, mission and values
Welcomes employee within organization, introduces to leadership
Provides onboarding tools
First 30 days
Meets with supervisor to work on Performance Elements and Standards; learns leadership expectations
Enrolls in Foundation Civilian Education System (CES) Course
Supervisors also enroll in the Supervisory Development Course (SDC) CES Course
Completes Individual Development Plan (IDP)
Works on and completes mandatory training
Identifies work requirements
Provides mandatory and work-related training requirements
Provides new team member with necessary tools to accomplish duties and clearly lay out expectations
First 180 days
Completes the Foundation CES Course
Supervisors complete the SDC CES Course
Completes mid-point performance counseling session/IDP update
Completes mandatory training
Completes mid-cycle counseling
Updates IDP as needed
Continues to provide guidance and seek feedback from new employee
Completes onboarding requirements (Phases 1 through 5)
Completes onboarding survey
Schedules and completes annual performance appraisal session/IDP update
Completes mandatory training
Attends a Pre-retirement Seminar
Recognizes positive employee contributions
Provides formal and informal feedback on performance
Coaches, counsels, and mentors employee along the way
Completes Performance Appraisal; closes out onboarding checklist
IMCOM Civilian Career Planning & Development website
This career resources site provides useful career planning and development information, featuring easy-to-use online tools and resources. These resources are meant to help you focus your career direction, identify professional goals, and implement an action plan to manage and take charge of your career.
Ready to get started? Click HERE! (Make sure to select your email cert!)
Army Career Tracker (ACT)
ACT is a leadership development tool that integrates training and education into one personalized, easy-to-use website. Users can search multiple Army education and training resources, monitor their career development and receive personalized advice from their supervisor and Army leadership. Click HERE to access ACT.
Employees' professional development is an ongoing process. Click HERE to learn how to create your Individual Development Plan (IDP).
Professional development models are created for each Career Program (CP). Click HERE for more information on your specialized CP and look for COMMUNITIES on left-side menu of options.
Army eLearning Program
With Army eLearning you have access to over 5,000 web-based courses in Information Technology, Business Leadership and Personal Development. Click HERE to access Army e-Learning.
ArmyFit Comprehensive Soldier & Family Fitness (CSF2) Global Assessment Tool 2.0 - Click HERE to access assessment tool (CAC Required).
The Army Wellness Center (AWC) provides FREE services to our civilian workforce ranging from stress management to health and fitness. Click HERE for more information.
One-Time Training only
(1) ConstitutionDay training: register and complete online at https://constitutionday.cpms.osd.mil/
(2) Ethics: register and complete online at https://www.jagcnet.army.mil/ by clickingon Legal Services, then selecting Initial Ethics Training for New Personnel underthe Ethics sub-heading.
(3) Foundation Course (DL-only): required for allCivilian Employee new hires in grades GS 1-15 and equivalent pay band/scale,hired after 1 October 2006.
(4) Operational Excellence (OPEX) for theWorkforce: Face-to-face training required for all Army Civilians(non-supervisors and supervisors). Generally available during the Garrison NewEmployee Orientation (NEO). Part of IMCOM’s Service Culture Initiative (SCI).Refresher training may be required.
(5) OPEX for Leaders: Face-to-face trainingrequired for all Army Civilian leaders (supervisors only). Available severaltimes per fiscal year by the Plans, Analysis, and Integration Office (PAIO).Part of IMCOM’s SCI. Refresher training may be required.
Annual training requirements for all Army Civilians
(1) AntiterrorismTraining (AT) Level I: register and complete online at https://jkodirect.jten.mil/Atlas2/page/login/Login.jsf, then click on the Course Catalog tab, enterUS007 and click Search. Employees can then enroll in Level I Antiterrorism Awareness Training.
(2) Cyber Awareness Training: register and complete online athttps://cs.signal.army.mil/
(3) EEO Anti-Harassment and No FEAR Training:register online at https://www.atrrs.army.mil/. Once logged in, search for the training by clicking Course Catalog and enter 203A (non-supervisors) or 203B (supervisors) in the Course Number section. Once the registration has been approved,employees will receive an email and the training will be conducted using the Army Learning Management System (ALMS) platform.
(4) Information Security (INFOSEC) Program Training: register and complete online at https://www.lms.army.mil/ by clicking on the Mandatory Training link on the left-side menu, and selecting Launch next to Information Security Program Training.
(5) Operational Security (OPSEC) training:register and complete online at https://www.lms.army.mil/ by clicking on the Mandatory Training link on the left-side menu, and selecting Launch next to Army OPSEC Level I (Newcomers and Refresher).
(6) Personal Readiness (formerly listed as separate courses of Substance Abuse and Suicide Prevention training): register and complete Alcohol and Substance Abuse Prevention and Suicide Prevention training online at
.Once logged in, click the Course Catalog tab,enter the course code (US011 for ASAP training and US006C for Suicide Prevention training) and click Search.Select enrollment in the Joint Staff Alcohol and Substance Abuse Prevention training and the Joint Staff Suicide Awareness and Prevention– Civilian Only training. Completion of both of these courses constitutes completion of the Personal Readiness requirement as detailed in AR 350-1.
(7) SHARP (Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention) training: IAW Army Directive 2018-23, Annual SHARP Refresher Training will be conducted face-to-face from a credentialed SHARP personnel. Available several times per fiscal year by the Army Community Services (ACS) office.
(8) Threat Awareness and Reporting Program (TARP) course: register and complete online at https://www.lms.army.mil/ by clicking on the Search Catalog link on the left-side menu, entering TARP into the Search field, changing the Location to Any Location, and clicking Search.That search will return the result of U.S.Army Threat Awareness and Reporting Program (TARP) Course (Version: A). Click on the title of the course. On the next page, click the drop down arrow and select Current Registerable Initial Certification Path v2 which is found next to Select Path. A new drop down will appear entitled U.S. Army TARP Course#(date)-206. Once that has populated, click Register for Selected Path, and then Complete Registration on the next page. Complete the training by clicking Launch Content. Employees may also attend the course in a face-to-face training capacity when available. Only one version(online OR face-to-face) is required.
Annual training for OGE 450 Filers
Ethics: register and complete online at https://www.jagcnet.army.mil/ by clicking on Legal Services, then selecting Online Ethics Training under the Ethics sub-heading.
Required when appointed and then as prescribed
(1) Manager’s Internal Control Program (MICP) training: IAW AR 11-2, all designated MICP personnel will complete initial training within 30 days of duty appointment. Refresher training will be completed annually for Internal Control Administrators (ICAs), and biennially (every other year) for Senior Responsible Officers (SROs), Assessable Unit Managers (AUMs), and Evaluators. Register online at https://www.lms.army.mil/ by clicking on the Search Catalog link on the left-side menu, entering Internal Control Program into the Search field,changing the Location to Any Location,and clicking Search. Select the appropriate training module, register, and launch the course.
(2) Safety Committee Members Safety Course: IAW 29 CFR 1960.58, all collateral duty Safety Officers on orders are required to complete this training when appointed. Register and complete online at https://www.lms.army.mil/ by clicking on the Search Catalog link on the left-side menu, entering Safety Committee into the Search field, changing the Location to Any Location, and clicking Search.Select the Safety Committee Members Safety Course, register, and launch the course..
Civilian Education System
TheCES program is the Army’s leader development program for all Army civilians. Itprovides progressive and sequential education for Army Civilians at keypositions throughout their careers. Courses of instruction are provided throughDistance Learning (DL) and resident instruction. CES courses are to be taken insequence over a period of time as Army Civilians progress through theircareers. Course applications are completed through CHRTAS.
(1) Foundation Course (DL-only): required for allCivilian Employee new hires in grades GS 1-15 and equivalent pay band/scale,hired after 1 October 2006.
(2) Basic Course (DL-only option available):Required for all Civilian Supervisors in grades GS 1-9 and equivalent payband/scale. Non-supervisors at the appropriate grade levels can attend in avoluntary status.
(3) Intermediate Course: Required for allCivilian Supervisors in grades GS 10-12and equivalent pay band/scale. Non-supervisors at the appropriate grade levelscan attend in a voluntary status.
(4) Advanced Course: Required for all CivilianSupervisors in grades GS 13-15 and equivalent pay band/scale. Non-supervisorsat the appropriate grade levels can attend in a voluntary status.
(5) Supervisor Development Course (SDC): The SDCis a DL-only course (for APF employees; NAF employees take a face-to-facecourse) that must be completed within the first year of placement in asupervisory position in accordance with the probationary period. Supervisorsare required tocomplete this as re-certification within 3 years of previous completion.Employees enrolled in the SDC have 120 days to complete the course from thedate of registration. If the course is not completed within this time frame,employees will be required to re-register and restart the course.
View the Strategic Human Capital Plan for FSGA/HAAF and learn about the Garrison employment strategies, future growth, labor pool, and plans.
The Training Needs Survey is conducted on a biennial basis, and its findings guide the type of training that is brought to the FS/HAAF Civilian Employee community.
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GARRISON AWARD OF EXCELLENCE (GAOE)
On a quarterly and annual basis, the Command Team recognizes Garrison employees who contribute to/or enhance the organization’s mission, teamwork, positive attitude toward self and others, customer service, commitment to excellence, continuous improvement, stewardship of resources, personal initiative, creativity and/or professionalism reflected in the performance of daily duties. Employees are nominated by category, based on service and accomplishments during the nominating quarter. They can be nominated by customers, fellow employees, supervisors or managers within the organization or other organizations located on Fort Stewart (FS)/Hunter Army Airfield (HAAF).
Congratulations to the winners!
FY 2020 4th Quarter Award
Mr. Stephen T. Long
DES - Fire Emergency Services
FY 2020 4th Quarter Award
Ms. Andrea Everett
DHR - Administrative Services/Operations Division
FY 2020 4th Quarter Award
Mr. Alexander K. Dillon
DPW - Operations & Maintenance Division