By John Ausink, Robert Howe, Robert Clemence
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The effects of these decisions are what we can now test. 7 Possible Assignments for Government Civilians and Contractors Grade Occupation GS13 GS12 GS11 GS9 CP334 CP334 CP334 CP334 GS7 CP334 GS6 CP334 GS5 CP334 GS3 Contractor Senior-Level Midlevel Junior-Level CP334 Position Automated Systems Management Officer Senior Data-Processing Technician Senior Data-Processing Technician Data-Processing Technician Software Analyst Supervisor Information Systems Supervisor Software Analysis Team Chief Information Systems Team Chief Information Systems Senior Operator Senior Software Analyst Information Systems Operator Software Analyst Information Systems Operator Positions filled by GS13 Positions filled by GS11 and GS12 Positions filled by GS6 and GS9 Chapter Five RESULTS This chapter shows how the model can assist in the analysis of different policy situations.
Although TOE units are considered “warfighters” while personnel in TDA positions provide institutional support, uniformed military personnel currently fill positions in both the TDA and TOE workforces. The transformation of the Army may force a reassessment of what constitutes support and where one must be stationed to provide it. For example, new computer systems used in ABCS might mean that some intelligence or combat service support functions can be performed farther away from the battlefield.
An example is the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. See Hynes (2000). Background 19 formed personnel in certain types of support functions. Army endstrength limitations imposed by Congress might also restrict any reconfiguration. Changing the grade composition of the workforce might be constrained by the absolute need for individuals with seniority and experience, the need to maintain certain ratios of supervisory personnel to subordinates, and the need to ensure that enough senior positions are available to allow the military to satisfy reasonable expectations for career advancement by junior personnel.
An Optimization Approach to Workforce Planning for the Information Technology Field by John Ausink, Robert Howe, Robert Clemence