Release Process for LCDR Board Results

Postby smallfishchen » Fri Mar 18, 2011 9:02 am

It is worth noting that the release process hasn't been updated since June 9. So maybe it is farther along at this point, but the tracker just hasn't been updated.
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Postby OmegaMan » Wed May 16, 2012 2:09 pm

It's that time of year again, Ladies and Gents, and being a fan of the zombie genre thought I might bring this one back from the dead. Anyone else anxious for an update on the tracker... it hasn't moved since 11 April!
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Postby atn » Wed May 16, 2012 3:04 pm

OmegaMan wrote:It's that time of year again, Ladies and Gents, and being a fan of the zombie genre thought I might bring this one back from the dead. Anyone else anxious for an update on the tracker... it hasn't moved since 11 April!


From the NPC site:

"The Status of the Record of Proceedings (ROP) for this board was last checked on 4 May 2012.

The Release and Approval Process is a lengthy one. Please be aware that each location on this tracker involves numerous offices within that location. Due to the complexities of the approval process there will be times where no significant movement occurs (possibly weeks) at a particular location. This is NOT uncommon. For more information about the approval process timeline:

When a promotion selection board adjourns, the results from the board are included in a package called the Board Record of Proceedings (or ROP for short). This package is then sent up through an approval process. The final approval authority varies depending on which board it is. All active duty LCDR through CAPT boards must ultimately be approved and ?confirmed? by the Senate Armed Services Committee (SASC for short). Reserve CAPT boards must also be Senate confirmed. Active duty CWO boards become final upon signature by the President of the United States. Reserve LCDR & CDR boards require the Deputy Secretary of Defense's signature, and Reserve CWO boards become final upon signature by the Secretary of the Navy.


The amount of time required for a ROP to complete this process will also vary. As a result of extreme delays in releasing the results of some FY-99 boards, an initiative was developed to streamline the process. A goal of 100 days from adjournment of the board to release of the results was proposed.


The reason for a goal of 100 days is that the approval process has several locations where the ROP stops for review. In addition, at each of these locations there is more than one individual or office doing a review of the ROP. For example, at the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), there are actually 10 offices with 26 individuals that must review the ROP before it is presented to the Deputy Secretary of Defense (DEPSECDEF) for signature. Because of this a ROP may ?appear? to sit at one location for a long time, even weeks.


A few additional notes about the process:


The stop at the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (CJCS) presently applies ONLY to active duty CAPT through LCDR board ROPs. CJCS does a review of the statistics for joint billet assignments for those selected. Reserves and CWO?s do not require this review. Among staff corps officers only Supply and CEC have joint requirements and receive this review. This stop may be quite lengthy (several weeks) on the senior active duty boards.


After the ROP has been approved and signed by the DEPSECDEF at OSD, two things occur. First, the ROP package continues on to the President of the United States. Second, notification is given to SECNAV that the ROP has been approved by SECDEF. This in turn triggers two events; first an ALNAV message is prepared for release to announce the entire select list. This ALNAV message is released once it has been signed by the SECNAV. Second, the Chief of Naval Personnel is tasked with placing the results into the Bupers On Line (BOL) system and unit COs may view the results of any eligibles in their command that were considered by the board. As these two processes run separately, there might be a time difference between when each is available. One or the other is usually released before the second one. There is no longer a "48 hour" notification period. Individuals may check on their own status (select or non-select) in BOL once released


All CAPT, the active duty CDR and active duty LCDR Promotion Boards must go to the Senate Armed Services Committee for confirmation. Without confirmation, promotion cannot occur even though selected."
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Postby OmegaMan » Thu May 17, 2012 12:48 pm

Thanks, I've read that too. Just surprised that it hasn't moved past "adjourned" for the last month.
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Postby atn » Thu May 17, 2012 1:54 pm

OmegaMan wrote:Thanks, I've read that too. Just surprised that it hasn't moved past "adjourned" for the last month.


The results for O-4 Line have not come out until mid-late July for the last three years...it will likely be the same timeline for this FY.
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Postby jitter » Fri May 18, 2012 1:29 am

atn wrote:The results for O-4 Line have not come out until mid-late July for the last three years...it will likely be the same time-line for this FY.


In looking at results for many years I can tell you all that the tracker is worthless, in fact I wish PERS would just get rid of it since they do not keep it up to date.

Last year the results came out on July 23rd I would expect the same time frame this year. Best of luck to all. That said O-5 msg should be out soon.
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Postby Sleeper » Fri May 18, 2012 3:04 pm

jitter wrote: I wish PERS would just get rid of it since they do not keep it up to date.


At very least they should make it an HTML document (on a web page? how novel!) instead of a Word document. Think of all the bandwidth NPC would save from people compulsively refreshing the tracker! As an added bonus, it would make said refreshing that much faster. ;)
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Postby OmegaMan » Fri May 18, 2012 4:03 pm

Sleeper wrote:At very least they should make it an HTML document (on a web page? how novel!) instead of a Word document. Think of all the bandwidth NPC would save from people compulsively refreshing the tracker! As an added bonus, it would make said refreshing that much faster. ;)


Perhaps someone should mention this at the upcoming Junior Leadership Symposium. :D
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Postby IW OCM » Fri May 18, 2012 5:24 pm

OmegaMan wrote:Perhaps someone should mention this at the upcoming Junior Leadership Symposium. :D


Alternatively, NPC has a Customer Service Center with a Customer Satisfaction Survey. One of RADM Covell's focus areas is improvement of Fleet-facing customer support tools. If you have suggestions, please let them know.

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Postby arvizo » Sat May 19, 2012 7:35 am

jitter wrote:That said O-5 msg should be out soon.

O-5 msg is out now. Must have been a very small zone for IWs.
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