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February 1, 2013

Survey to determine how well leadership administers Civilian Human Resources program management responsibilities

The Office of the Assistant G-1, Civilian Personnel – Proponency and Evaluations Division is conducting a survey of civilian employees and supervisors of the United States Army Garrison and Medical Command activities at Fort Irwin. The survey is being administered as an integral element of the Civilian Human Resources Program Management Evaluation scheduled at these organizations. The review team will be on site conducting the evaluation, March 11- 20.

Employees and supervisors will be invited to participate in separate surveys by a notice sent to their government email accounts. Participation is entirely voluntary but the PED evaluation team encourages all employees who receive an invitation to participate. Responses to the survey are not attributable and employees who participate will not be identified. The comments received in the survey will be redacted to remove references to specific individuals within the commands. Employees and supervisors should be notified of the invitation about Jan. 15 and the survey will remain open for responses until mid February.

Survey responses are very important during the evaluation process. They form a critical portion of the report of findings the review team will prepare at the conclusion of the evaluation. The responses also provide feedback on employee’s and supervisor’s perceptions in key areas of the CHR program to the PED review team, commanders, and senior Army leadership.

The Proponency and Evaluations Division requests supervisors and managers within the activities being reviewed to encourage employees to participate in the survey.

The email you receive will be similar to:

The Assistant G1 for Civilian Personnel is conducting a Civilian Human Resources (CHR) Program Management Evaluation (PME) at several locations, including yours. The purpose of the review is to determine how well leadership is carrying out their CHR program management responsibilities. Part of this evaluation is being covered by a short, on-line survey … We need your input – your participation is critical to the success of the evaluation … The survey is open until close of business 15 February 2013. The survey is Official Business and should be completed at work. It should take no more than 15-20 minutes to complete … CLICK ON THE URL BENEATH MY SIGNATURE BLOCK TO TAKE THE SURVEY. This link is meant to be used by you only. Please do not forward this message …




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