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MANPOWER  MANAGERS  AND ADVISORS Manpower  managers  exercise  control  of  manpower resources. Because of the high costs of personnel and the difficulty in providing skilled personnel to meet requirements,   manpower  requirements  must  be minimized. Therefore, effective control of manpower resources  is  mandatory  to  achieve  the  best  use.  To achieve   this   control   within   the   Navy,   manpower managers use classification systems that clearly define manpower  requirements  and  the  related  personnel qualifications. DEPUTY CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS (MANPOWER, PERSONNEL, AND TRAINING) The   DCNO   (MPT)   has   many   duties   and responsibilities.  Some  of  these  are  as  follows: Exercises   overall   management   of   Navy manpower Manages  the  quality  and  distribution  of authorized   manpower Issues  policies  and  procedures  for  manpower management Approves and maintains manpower classification  systems,  coordinates  these  matters  with the  Chief  of  Naval  Personnel  (CHNAVPERS) Initiates  and  conducts  reviews  of  various categories  of  manpower,  restructures  authorized  billets, and   redistributes   authorizations   for   maximum manpower   effectiveness Authorizes only those billets that may be fulfilled by  qualified  personnel  on  a  long-term  basis Recommends to higher authority the size and composition   of   the   Naval   Reserve,   based   upon mobilization  manpower  requirements,  and  prescribes the  allowed  personnel  strength  of  individual  programs of the Naval Reserve Maintains   the   authoritative   manpower requirements  and  authorizations  data  bases Provides manpower managers with total force manpower  requirements  and  authorizations  information MANPOWER CLAIMANT AND SUBCLAIMANTS In  the  Resource  Management  System,  manpower claimants are the major commanders or bureaus that are authorized manpower resources directly by the CNO for the accomplishment of the assigned missions and tasks while  the  subclaimants  are  groups  of  activities  within the manpower claimant for manpower management purposes.  The  duties  and  responsibilities  of  manpower claimants and subclaimants include but are not limited to  the  following: Exercise  overall  management  of  assigned manpower  resources Conduct ER studies Recommend   reprogramming   authorized manpower  as  necessary  for  optimum  accomplishment of assigned functions within CNO policy constraints Periodically  review  the  manpower/personnel classification systems to make sure proper statement of manpower   requirements   and   related   personnel qualifications;  submit  recommended  changes Review  all  requests  originated  within  the assigned  claimancy  for  changes  to  activity  manpower authorizations; make sure of conformance with CNO policies  and  procedures;  and  provide  compensation where  required  according  to  priorities  within  the claimancy Minimize the   number   of   manpower authorization  change  requests  by  proper  planning, annual billet and position reviews, and consolidation of desired  manpower  changes COMMANDERS,  COMMANDING OFFICERS, AND OFFICERS IN CHARGE The  duties  and  responsibilities  of  commanders, COs,  and  OICs  include  but  are  not  limited  to  the following: Exercise  overall  management  of  assigned manpower  resources. Make sure the number of billets and positions and the qualifiers assigned to each on the activity manpower authorization  are  the  minimum  requirements  necessary to  support  the  mission,  functions,  and  tasks  of  the command. Identify, to the manpower claimant, all billets and positions in excess of those required. 5-5

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