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remaining   three MCAs    (CINCLANTFLT, CINCPACFLT,   CHNAVPERS,   or   COMNAV- RESFOR). These requests are reviewed annually in March and a consolidated listing of activities authorized priority manning by CNO is issued to the MCAs and other  interested  commands.  This  listing  is  also published,  as  necessary,  when  significant  changes  occur in the activities receiving priority 1 or 2 manning. Requests for priority 3 manning must be forwarded to  the  proper  MCA  via  the  administrative  chain  of command. Format  requests  for  priority  manning  may  be submitted  by  letter  or  other  appropriate  form  of communication.  All  requests,  both  initial  and  requests for   continuation,   must   contain   the   following information: Activity name Activity code or UIC Priority manning level requested (PRIMAN 1 or 2) Category requiring priority reaming (activity, rating,  rate,  and/or  NEC) Percentage  of  priority  manning  required  in conformance  with  appendix  A,  article  103,  of OPNAVINST   1000.16G Beginning   and   ending   dates   for   requested priority  manning,  in  months  and  calendar  years Complete justification for priority manning ACTIONS BY COMMANDERS, COs, OICs, MCAs, AND THE DCNO (MPT) The commanders, COs, and OICs should initiate requests for priority reaming only when such manning is mandatory for mission accomplishment. They should initiate necessary requests as early as possible to permit orderly processing, proper personnel management, and fulfillment   of   authorized   priority   manning requirements. The MCAs evaluate all initial and continuation requests for priority 1 or 2 manning, submit comments to   CNO   with   recommendation   for   approval   or disapproval,  and  state  rationale  for  recommendation. CHNAVPERS  includes  in  the  comments  an  impact statement  of  the  effect  that  the  requested  priority manning  will  have  on  the  portion  of  the  Navy  not receiving priority manning. This impact assessment includes  all  ratings  and/or  NEC  communities  involved in the request. In addition, MCAs consider all requests for  priority  1  or  2  manning  that  are  recommended  for disapproval for a lower level of priority manning and submit   recommendations;   authorize,   control,   and manage priority 3 manning for assigned activities; and periodically  review  all  priority  manning  to  make  sure priority  manning  requirements  are  minimized. The  DCNO  (MPT)  authorizes,  controls,  and manages priority 1 and 2 manning; evaluates requests for priority 1 or 2 manning and approves or disapproves the request; and annually reviews all units authorized priority 1 and 2 manning to determine the requirements for continuation of this level of manning. NAVY MANPOWER MOBILIZATION SYSTEM The   NAMMOS   is   a   manpower   requirement determination  process  that  identifies  the  wartime manpower requirements for a shore/support activity. NAMMOS  is  maintained  and  operated  by  NAVMAC. NAMMOS  identifies  functional  categories  (FUNCATs) that describe what types of work must be done to support Navy  Operating  Forces  in  mobilization.  It  uses  existing manpower determination methods to derive manpower requirements. Manpower  claimants  and  activities  conduct  an annual  review  of  their  mobilization  requirements, verifying  their  demand  for  manpower  in  terms  of quantity,   quality,   and   time-phasing.   Requests   to change   or   establish   manpower   mobilization requirements  are  submitted  to  CHNAVPERS, Manpower  Requirements  and  Authorization  Division (PERS-51 ), via the appropriate chain of command and NAVMAC. NAMMOS incorporates three subsystems which   are   the   Mobilization   Requirements Determination   (MRD),   the   Manpower   Type Determination  (MTD),  and  the  Reserve  Requirements Determination   (RRD).   These   subsystems   are discussed in OPNAVINST 1000.16G. MANPOWER,  PERSONNEL,  AND TRAINING  INFORMATION  SYSTEM The   Manpower,   Personnel,   and   Training Information System (MAPTIS) is the combination of the  separate  but  interrelated  ADP  information  systems that  support  the  Navy’s  total  force  management.  The MAPTIS  provides  an  integrated  management  approach for systems that have been planned and developed under various management methods. The systems have been 5-10

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