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often portrayed in everyday decision making and espoused  as  important  to  the  Navy: TRADITION Concern  for  people •  Patriotism •   Courage •  Spiritual  heritage INTEGRITY •   Honesty Honor •  Responsibility PROFESSIONALISM Competence Teamwork Loyalty The Navy expects these core values to result in a reemphasis and refocus of traditional Navy values and an improvement in the ethical practices of  the  Navy. EQUAL   OPPORTUNITY The Department of the Navy’s policy is to pro- vide equal treatment and equal opportunity to all Navy members, without regard to race, religion, gender,  age,  or  national  origin. The  Command  Managed  Equal  Opportunity (CMEO)  program  assists  commands  in  supporting the  Navy’s  equal  opportunity  (EO)  policy.  This management  system  is  responsive  to  higher echelons   but   is   controlled   primarily   at   the command  level.  The  program  has  four  basic elements: COMMAND  TRAINING  TEAM  (CTT):  The CTT  conducts  the  Navy  Rights  and  Respon- sibilities  (NR&R)  Workshops.  These  workshops present training on basic Navy EO principles and policies,   sexual   harassment   prevention,   and command-specific   issues. COMMAND   ASSESSMENT   TEAM   (CAT): The CAT conducts the annual command assess- ment.  This  survey  focuses  on  EO  personnel management practices. It also surfaces problems or issues not directly related to EO that impact on the quality of life within the command. To help make the command assessment, the CAT collects data  on  retention,  advancement,  and  discipline. The  team  obtains  additional  data  from  interviews, observations,  and  surveys. ACTION  PLANNING:  A  plan  of  actions  and milestones (POA&M) provides for and tracks the correction  of  existing  or  potential  problems. INSPECTIONS: Immediate superiors in com- mand  (ISIC)  conduct  CMEO  inspections  of subordinate   commands. The  Navy  Affirmative  Action  Plan  (NAAP) also  promotes  the  Navy’s  EO  program.  The NAAP consists of a continuing program of goals and actions with realistic milestones. Affirmative action is the taking of positive steps to correct or eliminate  discrimination.  These  steps  are  designed to  correct  problems  and  achieve  goals  over  a period  of  time.  Therefore,  continued  monitoring is required as specific actions are completed and to  ensure  that  the  Navy  does  not  regress.  The NAAP  is  revised  as  appropriate  after  each  annual equal  opportunity  assessment. Equal  opportunity  is  essential  to  Navy  leader- ship. It must exist at every level of the chain of command  as  an  integral  part  of  the  Navy’s commitment  to  pride,  professionalism,  and  per- sonal excellence. Equal opportunity improves the quality  of  life  for  all  Navy  personnel,  increases combat   readiness,   and   contributes   to   mission accomplishment. To be an effective officer, you should support equal  opportunity  as  part  of  your  basic  leader- ship  skills.  The  personal  example  you  set  in support  of  equal  opportunity  should  motivate your  subordinates  to  do  the  same. SINGLE  PARENTING The demands of the Navy lifestyle make single parenthood rough. But by taking full advantage of the resources available, single parents can make their   lives,   and   their   children’s   lives,   more rewarding and less stressful. Navy single parents have more help available to   them   than   ever   before   because   of   Family Service  Center  programs  and  expanding  child care   options.   Family   Service   Centers   provide informational,  referral,  educational,  and  other counseling  services  designed  to  assist  single  parents and their children. Child care is always a big concern—and often a big headache—for single parents. The capacity of  Navy-operated  child  care  facilities  is  not  always sufficient  for  the  number  of  children  eligible  to use them. 5-8

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