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Figure  5-8.–Station  recap  sheet
Figure 5-7.–NRS SMART board. who  attrite  from  DEP.  Stations  and  zones  will  not lose credit for the NROTC accession. NRDs, however, must  replace  the  attrite.  Any  of  the  categories,  with the  exception  of  accessions  (at  the  NRD  and  Area levels), may be recouped for the quarter or FY if the deficit is made up. Figure 5-9 shows the same report on  the  district  level.  Notice  the  district  recap  sheet includes  DEP  slope  objective  (DSO)  instead  of  work force and has an additional column for accession goal and attained. Station and Zone Competition New contract attainment is competition between stations and used for all NRD zones. Local award and incentive  programs  may  also  be  initiated.  Stations compete based on their respective RAFs, Station size categories are as follows: · Small station. RAF of 2.5 or less · Medium station. RAF of greater than 2.5 and equal to or less than 4.5 · Large station. RAF of greater than 4.5 NRDs  may  subdivide  stations  within  the  district  to reward more than one winner in each size category. Zones   are   evaluated   and   compete   solely   on   new contract attainment regardless of size. District and Area Competition District competition within the Area is based on new  contract  attainment  with  the  addition  of  DEP slope    objective    (DSO),    admiral’s    emphasis,    and shipping attainment. Area competition is identical to the district’s competition. DSO.—  DSO  is  the  number  of  contracts  that need to be DEPped this month to ship within the next 3 months in order to reach the ideal DEP slope of 90 percent,  80  percent,  and  70  percent  for  the  first, second, and third out-month, respectively. ADMIRAL’S    EMPHASIS.—    The    Admiral’s emphasis column is used by COMNAVCRUITCOM to emphasize immediate critical elements. This category is issued as required. 5-14

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