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thoroughly  knowledgeable,  have  leadership  ability,  and be a service-oriented individual. BQ MANAGEMENT ORGANIZATION The BQ management organization is centralized in Washington, DC, under BUPERS (PERS-671) and has the  following  responsibilities: l  Developing  and  implementing  administrative procedures  for  Navy  BQs .  Achieving personnel  support objectives  of  the Program . Evaluating the   objectives   of   the   Navywide facilities  (PSFs)  within  the  overall Military  Construction  (MILCON) the  habitability,  occupancy  criteria, and design of BQs .  Developing  policy  that  governs  assignment, determination, and use of bachelor housing . Providing liaison to the Chief of Naval Education and Training (CNET) with a view toward establishing and  improving  BQ  management  training l  Inspecting  BQ  operations  by  use  of  the  BQ management  assistance  and  inspection  team  (MAIT)  to ensure compliance with NAVPERS 15606 and other applicable   directives . Providing helpful suggestions and recommen- dations  to  improve  living  conditions,  reduce  costs,  and provide classroom and on-the-job training tailored to each  command’s  needs CLASSIFICATION OF PERSONNEL ASSIGNED DUTIES IN BQs MSs are normally assigned command supervision, management, and administrative billets in BQs. When MS  personnel  are  not  readily  available,  officers,  chief warrant officers, or other enlisted personnel may be assigned.  Enlisted  personnel  are  prohibited  from performing  housekeeping  functions  in  BQs  other  than their  own  personal  spaces. BQ  personnel  also  may  include  civil  service, nonappropriated  fund,  and  contract  employees. Civil Service Employees Civil  service  employees  are  civilian  employees  paid from appropriated funds. They may be assigned duties in BQs where military personnel are not available. Under  these  circumstances,  civilian  personnel  may serve as BQ, BOQ, or BEQ officer, or other positions that  gives  them  the  responsibility  for  the  proper operation and management of the BQ. Information governing  civil  service  employees  can  be  found  in  the Federal  Personnel  Manual. Nonappropriated  Fund  Employees Nonappropriated  fund  employees  are  civilian employees   paid   from   nonappropriated   funds. Additional  information  and  requirements  about nonappropriatcd  fund  employees  arc  contained  in SECNAVINST   5300.22. Contract  Civilian  Employees Contract civilian employees are not governed by any  of  the  regulations  mentioned  previously. Compliance to the provision of the contract and any collective  bargaining  agreement  applicable  to employees performing on this contract are subject to the requirements of the Service Contract Act. 0PERATIONAL  RESPONSIBILITIES Centralization of management refers to the direct management control of all BQs (less those assigned to the  U.S.  Marine  Corps)  by  the  CO  on  whose  real property account these buildings appear. It additiontilly refers  to  consolidation  under  one  specific  department (for example, administrative, supply, or BQ) in the chain of  command.  Under  the  management  system,  tighter control,  better  accounttibility,  greater  occupancy  of quarters,  and  further  savings  in  resources  can  be realized. Liaison must be set up between the BQ officer and tenant  representatives  to  discuss  responsibilities, establish commuications, and promote a cooperative atmosphere to improve conditions and habitability of the personnel   concerned. Responsibilities of the host CO are as follows: l Development and implementation of rules and regulations .   Assignments   and   terminations,   including issuance  of  all  certificates  of  nonavailability  (CNA)  and approval of all authorizations for payment of basic allowance for quarters (BAQ, single) .   Use   of   housing   assets   and   preparation   of inventory,  occupancy,  and  utilization  reports 10-6

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