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NOTE:  Figure 6-7 is an example of what the new Profile Information Forms and Data Mailers  will look like after the January 2002 examination.   These new forms are very similar to the old forms but have been changed to accommodate the 200 questions exams. Q13.   Senior and master chief petty officer candidates for   advancement   are   recommended   and nominated in what month of each year? Q14.   The  results  of  the  Navywide  advancement examinations are published by which activity? Q15.   The  examination  results  forwarded  to  each command consist of what items? COMMAND ACTION UPON RECEIPT OF EXAMINATION RESULTS If the commanding officer withdraws a member’s recommendation  for  advancement  after  receipt  of advancement authorization or selectee notification, the following steps must be taken: 1.  Prepare an Enlisted Performance Evaluation or FITNESS   Report   with   an   “X”   in   the “Significant Problems” block per BUPERSINST 1610.10. 2.   Service  record  entries  must  be  recorded  on NAVPERS  Form  1070/613  as  shown  in  the Advancement   Manual. The   NAVPERS 1070/613  must  be  signed  by  the  member’s commanding officer; this authority may not be delegated. 3.   A service record entry stating that the member has been informed of the right to request redress under  Article  138  of  the  Uniform  Code  of Military Justice (UCMJ) must be prepared.  The member’s signature is required to acknowledge this  entry. The  inadvertent  omission  of  this notification  or  acknowledgement  could  affect the  commanding  officer’s  withdrawal  of  the advancement  authorization  or  withholding  of the advancement. 4.   If a member has taken an E-4/5/6 advancement examination  and  the  results  have  not  been published,   a   message   must   be   sent   to Commanding  Officer,  NETPDTC  (N321), invalidating   the   member’s   advancement examination  results. If  a  member  has  been validated for E-8/9, send message notification to COMNAVPERSCOM  (PERS-852  or  PERS- 862),  with  information  copy  to  NETPDTC (N321).  The message should include the reason the examination results were invalidated and a statement  that  the  invalidation  was  done according to the Advancement Manual. Request for invalidation should be submitted as soon as possible   to   preclude   possible   loss   of advancement quotas. 5.   Notification  to  withhold/withdraw  advance- ments should be submitted no later than 2 days before the effective date of advancement where possible. If  a  person  listed  on  the  RCA  or  ESVR  was advanced  under  the  provisions  of  the  CAP,  STAR, SCORE, or other authorized programs after taking the Navywide   exam,   a   message   must   be   sent   to Commanding   Officer,   NETPDTC   (N321),   and information  copy  to  COMNAVPERSCOM  (PERS- 852  or  PERS-862). The  message  should  request invalidation  or  cancellation  of  the  advancement authorization   or   removal   of   the   person   from selection-board-eligible  status. Ensure  immediate submission of these requests.  Delay in submission can cause possible loss of advancement quotas. The ESO may find persons listed on the RCA or ESVR who are not attached to the command.  The ESO may  also  find  that  newly  reported  members  to  the command  are  not  listed  on  the  RCA  or  ESVR.   The names   of   these   personnel   and   other   pertinent information about them should be sent to NETPDTC (N321). Some commands do not always verify the RCA or ESVR upon receipt.  That is unfortunate because many times  errors  occur  that  makes  a  difference  in  a candidate’s advancement status.  The ESVR contains examination  results  and  multiple  factors  for  all candidates except those listed on the RCA; however, it   cannot   be   used   as   the   authorization   for advancement. Some candidates participating in the E-4 through E-6  advancement  examinations  may  have  received  a relatively high test score or an exemplary performance mark  average  on  past  examinations.   Passed,  but  not advanced   (PNA)   points   are   awarded   to   those candidates.   The  maximum  number  of  PNA  points  a person can attain for one exam cycle is 3.0, awarded in increments   of   one-half   point. NETPDTC automatically credits PNA points earned for the most recent five of the last six exams in which a candidate participated. The  FMS  factor  for  PNA  points  is achieved  by  doubling  the  earned  PNA  points.    The 6-17

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