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NAVY MANNING PLAN FOR OFFICERS The Navy manning plan for officers (NMPO) will replace the officer manning plan (OMP). The NMPO aligns   officer   billets   and   personnel   inventory   as mandated  by  the  Defense  Officer  Personnel Management  Act  (DOPMA).  Grades  must  match  supply and  demand  requirements  in  the  control  grades  of lieutenant  commander  through  captain. The  NMPO  decentralizes  the  detailing  process; allows flexibility and authority for officer placement and the activity being manned; eliminates the need for manpower claimants to designate billets to be gapped; increases  the  dialogue  between  placement  officers  and respective commands, a strength of pre-OMP days; and fair-shares  officer  inventory  across  requirements,  The plan provides three levels of control in achieving the following   objectives. DISTRIBUTION  CONTROL Distributable  officer  inventory  is  identified  by designator  and  paygrade.  Inventory  is  then  matched,  on a  fair-share  basis,  against  combined  authorizations within  activity  categories.  This  is  done  to  satisfy CNO-established activity category manning percentage goals. MANNING CONTROL Using the number and grade of officers allocated to each  activity  category,  in  comparison  to  billets authorized,   CHNAVPERS   determines   the   actual manning of each activity within its parent category. Thesemanning decisions arc issued semiannually in an OPNAVNOTE   1040,   indicating   projected authorizations and planned fill levels. Planned manning levels  are  shown  in  activity  officer  distribution  control reports  (ODCRs). ASSIGNMENT CONTROL CHNAVPERS assigns the best qualified officers to achieve prescribed fill levels as coordinated between placement officers and their respective activity COs. Assignments in excess of planned billets fill levels are not  made  without  explicit  CNO/CHNAVPERS approval. NMPO  IMPLEMENTATION NMPO  implementation  will  occur  overtime  in  three distinct phases. NMPO will be implemented first for unrestricted  line  (URL)  officers,  then  for  limited  duty officers (LDOs), chief warrant officers (CWOs), and restricted line (RL) officers, and finally for staff officers. NMPO will not be an overnight answer to manning previously  gapped  billets,  but  will  fill  these  shortages through the normal rotation, accession, and training process.  There  is  a  possibility  that  the  phases  discussed in this section will have already occurred by the time this  TRAMAN  is  published. ENLISTED  PRIORITY  MANNING The need for priority manning is dictated by the fact that  the  mission  accomplishment  of  some  activities  is especially  essential  to  national  interests  and  these activities   must   be   properly   manned,   even   when personnel  shortages  exist.  Authorized  priority  manning is  indicated  on  activity  manpower  authorizations  and may encompass up to 100 percent manning in quality and quantity for all or part of the activity. Priority manning may be on a continuous basis or may exist only for  specified  periods  of  time. MANNING  CONTROL  AUTHORITIES Continuous  management  of  authorized  priority manning is necessary to assure mission accomplishment and because a decision to priority man an activity is also a  decision  to  underman  other  activities.  The  manning control  authorities  (MCAs)  tasked  to  help  the  CNO  in managing requirements for priority manning are as follows: CHNAVPERS–for all activities identified with MCA  CHNAVPERS  on  the  Enlisted  Distribution  and Verification  Report  (EDVR). Commander  in  Chief,  U.S.  Atlantic  Fleet (CINCLANTFLT)–for  all  activities  identified  with MCA  CINCLANTFLT  on  the  EDVR. Commander  in  Chief,  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet (CINCPACFLT)–for  all  activities  identified  with  MCA CINCPACFLT on the EDVR. Commander, Naval Reserve   Force (COMNAVRESFOR)–for  all  activities  identified  with MCA  COMNAVRESFOR  on  the  EDVR. POLICY Only CNO may authorize and direct priority 1 and 2 manning. The MCAs may authorize and direct priority 3  manning  for  their  assigned  activities  only. 5-8

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