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CHAPTER  14 TECHNICAL ADMINISTRATION As   a   Yeoman,   you   will   be   asked   to prepare many different t y p e s    o f correspondence  and  documents.  These  are  in addition  to  the  ones  that  have  previously  been discussed  in  foregoing  chapters.  This  chapter covers  those  assignments  that  are  governed  by local  policy  and  may  be  different  from  those that you are familiar with and have performed at   past   duty   stations. Most   of   these assignments   will   be   handed   to   you   in   a “rough”   (hand-written,   double-spaced   from   a typewriter   or   computer   printout)   form.   Most of  the  time  your  supervisor  will  make  a  copy of  the  document,  make  changes  to  it,  and  ask you  to  prepare  the  rough  into  a  smooth  copy. The  following  are  examples  of  some  of  the kinds  of  documents  you  will  be  asked  to prepare. l  School  quota  requests l   M a n p o w er authorization change requests l   Officer   social   roster l   Designation   letters l   Recall   bills l   Muster   reports l   Command   telephone   directories l  Command  history l   Inspection   results l   Command   SORM l   S p e e c h es l   Liberty   passes l  Plan  of  the  day l  Welcome  aboard  letters “   Frocking   letters l   Responses   to   letters   of   indebtedness l   Statement   of   service l   Casualty   documents These   are   just   some   of   documents   you may  be  asked  to  prepare.  Most  of  them  are governed   by   local   policy;   that   is,   they   are prepared  according  to  the  wishes  of  the  local commanding  officer  or  other  official.  Keep  in mind,  though,  that  you  will  more  times  than not  have  a  ready  reference  or  example  of  the document  right  in  your  office.  If  you  can’t find  an  example  to  follow,  and  one  isn’t  given to  you,  ask  your  supervisor  for  assistance. Make  it  your  business  to  become  familiar  with local   policy   governing   these   documents   so you  are  prepared  whenever  you  are  asked  to perform  a  task. OFFICER   FITNESS   REPORTS The Navy Officer Fittness Report  (FITREP) Manual,  BUPERSINST  1611.17,  is  the  only authority  used  to  prepare  officer  FITREPs  and should   be   consulted   in   every   phase   of preparation. Navy  Regulations   require  that  records  be maintained   on   officers   “which   reflect   their fitness   for   the   service   and   performance   of duties. ” FITREPs   form   a   primary   basis   for selecting   officers for   advanced   training, specialization    or subspecialization, duty assignment,   promotion,   and   command. 14-1

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