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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY U.S, ARMY MANEUVER SUPPORT CENTER AND FORT LEONARD WOOD ‘320 MANSCEN LOOP STE 316 FORT LEONARD WOOD, MISSOURI 65473-8929 an ATZT-CG ig ocr MEMORANDUM FOR SEE DISTRIBUTION SUBJECT: Command Policy 84-07, Fort Leonard Wood Civilian Leader Development Program 1, REFERENCES: a. Memorandum, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, DAMO-TR, 22 November 2006, subject: Civilian Education System Policy. b. TRADOC Policy Letter 13, TRADOC Civilian Leader Development Program (CLDP), 7 November 2006, c. E-mail, HQ IMCOM (IMHR-D), Me. Philip DeMarais, 9 January 2007, subject: FY07 Civilian Education System Registration. 4. Army Civilian Education System (CES) Policy, November 2006, available at . 2. GENERAL. a. This policy letter establishes the policy for civilian Jeader development (CLD). b. This policy is applicable to the workforce of all Mission, Installation Management ‘Command (IMCOM), Medical Department Activity (MEDDAC), Dental Activity (DENTAC), and Personal and Special Staff Offices on Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. 3. POLICY AND PROCEDURES. a, Commanders and directors of all major Mission, IMCOM, MEDDAC, DENTAC, and Personal and Special Staff Offices must support and promote the transformation of Army CLD. The program is imperative to the Army's future civilian leaders. Ensuring that each civilian employee understands the importance of this new program will contribute to its success. b. All supervisors of Federal civilian employees will utilize employees” individual development plans (IDPs) to document training needs, assist employees with enrollment in appropriate courses, and document their attendance for any required annual reports. ATZI-CG SUBJECT: Command Policy 84-07, Fort Leonard Wood Civilian Leader Development Program ¢. Civilian Leader Development Programs include, but are not limited to, the following: (1) CES, (2) Supervisory Development Course. This course is designed for newly appointed supervisors. (3) Human Resources (HR) for Supervisors. This course is intended for all supervisors on Fort Leonard Wood. (4) Advanced Leadership Training. This course provides a con after completion of CES. wuing education (5) TRADOC Senior Leader Development. This course is designed for GS-14 through GS-15 and equivalents selected for key-leadership positions through centrally funded advanced training and developmental assignments. (6) Senior Level Assignment Opportunity. This course is designed for GS-13 through GS-15 and equivalents. (7) Fellows Program. This course consists of a 5-year training program to attract, develop, and retain multiskilled experts for TRADOC Centers of Excellence. (8) Greening Course, This course is designed for permanent civilian employees GS-5 and above and will enable civilians to better understand how the field Army works. 4, Applicable training can be accomplished on duty time with the supervisor's approval and subject to mission requirements, ¢. Training provided for permanent civilian employees is centrally funded unless otherwise directed. Military members may also attend training on a space-available basis, but their organizations must pay tuition and temporary duty (TDY) costs. £. To implement this policy, all commanders and directors will— (1) Read the references identified in paragraphs 1a through 1d. (2) Ensure that their Federal civilian employees understand what training they will be required to take and how the application/approval process works. 84-07, Fort Leonard Wood Civilian Leader Development Program (3) Personalize employees’ IDPs to document the required training and when it is completed, and ensure that all completed training is recorded in the Defense Civilian Personnel Data System (DCPDS). 4. SUPERSESSION. This policy is in effect until superseded or rescinded. 5. PROPONENT. The proponent for this policy is the Civilian Personnel Advisory Center at 596-0927. Lilone le. WILLIAM H. MCCOY, Major General, USA Commanding DISTRIBUTION: Alll Schools, Brigades, Battalions, ‘Companies, Detachments, Tenant Units, Directorates, and Personal Staff Offices