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Figure  9-4.—Examination  status  verification  report  (ESVR)
for  each  rate  and  rating.  For  your  information, the   OCCSTDs   express   the   Navy’s   minimum requirement    for    enlisted    occupational    skills established by manpower and personnel managers. They form the basis for implementing and  supporting  actions  for  personnel  training, advancement, and distribution. The exam writers use    the    OCCSTDs    to    support    advancement exams.   The   TRAMAN   writers   also   base   their training manuals on OCCSTDs. NETPMSA scores and processes  examination sheets using a high-speed electronic scanner and other  related  equipment  as  shown  in  figure  9-3. Examination   grades   are   then   combined   with other   factors   to   determine   the   advancement status  of  qualified  personnel.  Eligible  personnel are    advanced    to    P03    through    PO1    to    fill Navywide  vacancies  on  the  basis  of  their  final multiple   score   (FMS)   (examination   score   plus performance and service factors). An examination is not required for advancement to E-8 or E-9. Advancement to chief petty   officer   (CPO),   senior   chief   petty   officer (SCPO),  and  master  chief  petty  officer  (MCPO) requires    selection    board    action.    Boards    are convened    annually    by    the    Chief    of    Naval Personnel    (CHNAVPERS).    CPO,    SCPO,    and MCPO candidates who qualify for selection board consideration    are    designated    selection    board eligible (SBE) by NETPMSA. The total number of individuals    selected    is    based    on    Navywide vacancies. CPO candidates are designated SBE on the   basis   of   their   FMS   (standard   score   plus performance factors). SCPO and MCPO candidates   are   designated   SBE   based   on   the recommendation of their CO. In  the  following  paragraphs  we  discuss  the term    total    active    federal    military     service (TAFMS), explain the difference between regular and  early  advancement  candidates,  and  discuss high-year tenure (HYT). TOTAL ACTIVE FEDERAL MILITARY SERVICE TAFMS   is   the   sum   of   total   active   naval service and other active service. The Department of    Defense    (DOD)    prescribes    the    minimum TAFMS  an  advancement  candidate  must  accrue to     compete     as     a     regular     candidate     for advancement. The TAFMS requirements for advancement to paygrades E-4 through E-9 are as follows: Figure 9-3.—High-speed electronic scanner for processing examination sheets plus other related equipment. 9-6

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