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    UNIT: JFHQ, J3, FIRO Section, NGMN-OPM-F

    LOCATION: Saint Paul, MN

    SELECTING OFFICIAL: LTC Samuel R. Andrews, (651) 282-4668


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    A Force Integration and Readiness Officer, GS-0301-11, Plans, organizes, coordinates, implements, evaluates and provides technical guidance to units and major commands in the state. These tasks are completed as a result of detailed and comprehensive studies which require new or substantially modified work methods, procedures, and systems such as the feasibility of organization/reorganization, discontinuation, activation/deactivation, and location/relocation of units in the state's force structure. Determines the capability of a community to support a unit based compatibility, training areas available, physical facilities, size, etc. Maintains force integration by attending force integration staff officer training. Stays informed of force management decisions through understanding of command plan. Develops and recommends plans, procedures and policies pertaining to programs such as military personnel development, equipment availability, unit assignments and utilization to improve readiness, maintenance and training. Advises management officials to adopt recommended proposals resulting in substantial changes in programs or procedures. Develops the state long range Force Integration Plan. Analyzes the management of the state ARNG Force Integration Program. Integrates new doctrine and force structure in the most effective manner possible, while maintaining acceptable readiness levels. Provides general direction on force integration actions through publication of the state long range Force Integration Plans which include evaluation of each planned action in terms of structure, personnel, equipment resources, training plans and facilities. Coordinates the development and update of Table of Distribution and Allowance (TDAs) and Modified Table of Organization and Equipment (MTOE). Analyzes new authorization documents, identifies conflicts, substantive changes and doctrinal issues, and recommends courses of action. Identifies and recommends priorities for integration of new doctrine and equipment into the existing multi-echelon, combined arms, and state training program. Establishes long term and near term milestones for force integration actions and ensures integration into the state training calendar. Develops and publishes letters of instruction for force integration actions. Manages information associated with force integration initiatives. Consolidates and provides analysis of systems-specific information contained in the Army Modernization Information Memorandum, Material Fielding Plans, organizational information found in the Table of Organization and Equipment (TOE), Force Modernization Master Plan (FMMP) and doctrinal information contained in field manuals, field and training circulars and Army Training and Evaluating programs (ARTEPs). Extracts and provides pertinent data throughout the chain of command and across functional boundaries. Serves as point of contact for equipment fielding with Headquarters, Department of Army (HQDA), ARNG, Program Manager (PM), other DA agencies, State area Command staff and subordinate units. Conducts and monitors new and displaced equipment transfers. Collects and evaluates feedback of same. Performs other duties as assigned.

    Travel Required

    Not required

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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