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allows claimants and certain subclaimants, such as type commanders   (TYCOMs),   to   access   the   OPNAV manpower  files.  NMDAS  is  discussed  later. SCOPE OPNAVINST  1000.16G  contains  the  background, policies,  and  procedures  necessary  for  the  effective determination,   programming,   classification,   and management  of  Navy  manpower  requirements  and authorizations. MANPOWER PLANNING SYSTEM OBJECTIVES The manpower requirements resulting from the policies  and  procedures  contained  in  OPNAVINST 1000.16G provide the basis to program manpower as well as to develop plans to procure, train, and assign personnel.  The  CNO  directs  and  coordinates  the development  and  implementation  of  the  manpower planning system to do the following: Determine  quantitative  and  qualitative  military and  civilian  manpower  requirements,  expanded  by contract  support,  to  achieve  approved  operational  and mission  objectives. Provide  a  system  to  combine  manpower requirements information at the various levels above the activity level, to support and justify Navy manpower requirements   during   all   stages   of   the   Planning, Programming and Budgeting System (PPBS). PPBS is a  Department  of  Defense  (DOD)  process  that  operates on  a  20-month  cycle,  supporting  submission  of  the President’s biennial budget to Congress. PPBS is the process of planning the forces required to meet the nation’s defense needs and to translate those forces into specific  programs  and  budgets  the  dollars  required  to carry out the programs. Relate approved manpower requirements and manpower   resources/authorizations   to   funded programs,  while  achieving  economic  objectives  and effective  use  of  manpower  and  personnel  resources. Relate support manpower requirements within the Shore Establishment to the changing demands of the Operating  Forces. Reduce response time for manpower information by providing a capability to respond to management questions. Provide   reliable   planning   information   to personnel  inventory  managers,  both  military  and civilian. This way, they may measure the administration and impact of manpower management actions. MANPOWER REQUIREMENTS Manpower   requirements   provide   the   Navy   a credible  baseline  for  planning,  programming,  and budgeting for total force manpower resources (active and Reserve military, civilian, and contractor) to support the  Operating  Forces  and  Shore  Establishment  under wartime and peacetime conditions. WARTIME The   following   wartime   manpower   programs establish  the  manpower  requirements: Ship  manpower  requirements  program Aviation manpower requirements program for aviation  squadrons  and  the  afloat  Aircraft  Intermediate Maintenance  Department  (AIMD) Navy   Manpower   Mobilization   System (NAMMOS)  for  shore  activities HARDMAN  program  for  WSAP PEACETIME The  following  peacetime  manpower  programs establish  the  manpower  requirements  as  well: Shore   manpower   requirements   program (efficiency review [ER] process that includes results from commercial activities [CA] studies). Efficiency review  is  a  process  that  implements  effective  and efficient operations with minimal use of resources. HARDMAN Manpower requirements, in the Office of the CNO (OPNAV)  billet  tiles  (NMDAS),  are  displayed  across  a Six  Year  Defense  Program  (SYDP).  The  SYDP summarizes the Secretary of Defense’s approved plans and programs for the DOD. The SYDP is published at least  annually. NAVY MANPOWER ANALYSIS CENTER The  Deputy  Chief  of  Naval  Operations  (Manpower, Personnel, and Training) (DCNO)(MPT) CNO (OP-01) controls   policy   and   the   direction   of   manpower requirements. The Navy Manpower Analysis Center 5-2

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