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THE DEPUTY CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS  (MANPOWER,  PERSONNEL, AND TRAINING) The Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (DCNO) (Manpower, Personnel, and Training) consults various designated manpower advisors in the exercise of overall manpower  management.  these  advisors  have  unique knowledge  within  their  area  of  assigned  advisory responsibilities.  The  advice  received  is  considered  along with  all  other  appropriate  factors  in  forming  manpower management  decisions.  The  DCNO  is  responsible  for the following management actions: . Managing the quality and distribution of authorized manpower (active and reserve military, civilian, and contractor) . Issuing policies and procedures for manpower management . Approving and maintaining manpower classi- fication  systems;  coordinating  these  matters  with  the Bureau  of  Naval  Personnel  (BUPERS) .  Initiating  and  conducting  reviews  of  various categories of manpower, restructure authorized billets, and  redistributing  authorizations  for  maximum manpower  effectiveness l  Authorizing  only  those  billets  that  can  be fulfilled by qualified personnel on a long-term basis l Recommending to higher authority the size and composition  of  the  Naval  Reserve,  based  upon mobilization  manpower  requirements,  and  prescribing the allowed personnel strength or individual programs of the Naval Reserve .  Maintaining  the  authoritative  manpower  re- quirements  and  authorizations  data  bases .  Providing  manpower  managers  with  total  force manpower  requirement  and  authorizations  information l Soliciting management advice, as appropriate, from designated manpower advisors .  Approving  all  statements  of  manpower  re- quirements and approving manpower authorization change  requests MANPOWER CLAIMANTS AND SUBCLAIMANTS The manpower claimants and subclaimants are assigned  the  responsibility  for  overall  management  of assigned manpower resources. Requests for changes to MPAs are forwarded via the chain of command to the manpower  claimant  and  subclaimant  who  then  forward requests  that  are  recommended  for  approval  to  CNO. The manpower claimant and the subclaimant have the following specific responsibilities in addition to the general responsibilities of superiors in the chain of command as previous] y stated: . Conducting efficiency review (ER) studies .  Recommending  reprogramming  authorized manpower  as  necessary  for  optimum  accomplishment of assigned functions within CNO policy constraints l  Periodical  y  reviewing  the  manpower/personnel classification systems to ensure proper statement of manpower  requirements  and  related  personnel  quali- fications;  submitting  recommended  changes  as  ap- propriate l  Reviewing  all  requests  originated  within  the assigned  claimancy  for  changes  to  activity  MPAs; ensuring   conformance   with   CNO   policies   and procedures;  and  providing  compensation  where required  per  own  priorities  within  a  claimancy . Minimizing the number of manpower authori- zation change requests by proper planning, annual billet  and  position  reviews,  and  consolidation  of desired  manpower  changes l  Making  sure  billet  or  position  qualifiers  assigned to billets or positions on MPAs of all assigned activities indicate the minimum requirements for satisfactory performance of billet and position functions l Identifying for deletion all nonessential authorized manpower . Submitting to cognizant fleet commanders in chief for approval an impact statement of all billet additions on commands affected by overseas personnel limitation policies and agreements (this statement must include  the  anticipated  impact  on  facility  loading) COMMANDING  OFFICER Commanding  officers  exercise  overall  management of  assigned  manpower  resources,  making  sure  the number  of  billets,  including  skills,  paygrades,  and special  qualifications  reflected  in  MPAs  are  the minimum  requirements  necessary  to  support  the mission, tasks, and functions of the command. The commanding  officer  is  responsible  for  keeping  the manpower claimant informed by identifying all billets 8-3

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