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l  Action  items.  These  are  the  steps  planned  to reach the objective. An example of an action item might be to develop specific actions and tracking system to provide  for  obtaining  20  percent  of  new  contracts  from DEP  referrals. l  Action  officers.  This  column  lists  the  persons accountable   for   making   sure   the   action   step   is accomplished  on  time. l  Due  date.  This  column  is  used  to  establish start/stop/due dates when    the    action    is    to    be accomplished.  For  most  actions  there  will  be  only  a single date; if it is ongoing, monthly, or quarterly, these requirements should be listed. l  Monthly  columns.  These  columns  are  used  to graphically  display  when  the  action  step  is  to  be accomplished. They can also be used as a progress chart. As actions are completed, the chart can be annotated as desired. constitutes an out-of-limits condition, with respect to satisfactory progress, along   with   resulting   action required. This may be simply a maximum time-late for the  action  step  with  the  accountable  officer  required  to report  reasons  and  corrective  action  to  the  CO.  Figure 5-12  shows  a  POA&M  with  all  the  required  elements. Use of the POA&Ms.– All key participants should be involved in the plan’s development process. The EPO together  with  the  CR  takes  the  lead  in  formulating enlisted inputs to the command operations plan. Through the CR, the EPO maintains communication with field elements to stimulate and ensure the two-way flow of accurate market information. All levels of the production chain  should  fully  understand  the  POA&Ms  as  well  as their responsibilities to contribute to them. The EPO updates the executive officer (XO) and QMB monthly as to the status of completed milestones. ZSs and RINCs should give a monthly status on any POA&Ms under their cognizance to be included in the EPO’s update. Remember, this is the working portion of the operations plan. Implementation and follow-up of the POA&Ms l  Out-of-limits  condition.  At  the  bottom  of  each should  ensure  objectives  are  met. POA&M, there should be an explanation as to what Figure 5-12.— Plan of action and milestones. 5-29

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