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Civilian Career Program



Army Civilian Training, Education and

Development System (ACTEDS)

September 2013

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Table of Contents


Section I: Introduction to Career Program 36 (CP36) 7

A. General 7

B. Purpose 7

C. CP36 Vision 7

D. Objectives of the CP36 ACTEDS Plan 8

Section II: CP36 Career Program Overview 9

A. General 9

B. Management Overview 9

C. CP36 Occupational Series 10

D. Army Organizations with CP36 Careerists Assigned 13

E. CP36 Competencies 13

F. Affirmative Action 14

G. Mobility 14

Section III: CP36 Career Training, Education & Development 15

A. Planning and Professional Development 15

B. Career Development 15

C. Career Progression and Career Ladder 16

E. Development Categories 20

F. Operational Training for CP36 Careerists 21

G. Master Training Plan 22

H. Self-Development Activities 23

I. Mentoring 23

J. Training Requests 25

K. Career Evaluation 25

Section IV: Intern/Recent Graduate PATHWAYS Training Program 27

A. General 27

B. Intern/Recent Graduate Pathways Training Program Purpose 27

C. Intern/Recent Graduate Progression 28

D. Intern/Recent Graduate Mobility 28

E. Intern/Recent Graduate Evaluation 28

F. Intern/Recent Graduate Training Phases 29

G. Equivalency Credit for Mandatory Functional Training 29

H. Intern/Recent Graduate Individual Development Plan (IDP) 30

I. Intern/Recent Graduate Recruitment Options 30

Section V: Acquisition, Logistics & Technology Workforce 33

A. General 33

B. Applicability 33

C. Responsibilities 33

D. Acquisition Position Categories and Acquisition Career Fields 38

E. Entry into and Membership in the Army Acquisition Corps (AAC) 38

F. Critical Acquisition Position Requirements 39

G. Competitive Development Group/Army Acquisition Fellowship Program 39

H. Continuous Learning Policy 40

I. Individual Development Plan 40

J. Acquisition Career Record Brief (ACRB) 40

K. Acquisition Education, Training, and Experience (AETE) opportunities 40

L. Acquisition Tuition Assistance Program (ATAP) 41

M. Acquisition-Specific References 41

N. Additional AL&T Resources 41

ANNEXES 42

ANNEX A: Master Training Plan 44

I. General 44

II. Army Civilian Education System 45

III. Professional Development for Modeling and Simulation (M&S) 46

A. Army Simulation Proponent: Simulation Operations Course 46

B. Army Simulation Proponent: Simulation Operations Professional Course 46

C. Army Simulation Proponent: Battle Command Officer Integration Course 46

D. Collegiate M&S Training: GTI – Fundamentals of M&S 47

E. Collegiate M&S Training: UAH - M&S Certificate 47

F. Collegiate M&S Training: UAH - Systems Engineering Certificate 48

G. Collegiate M&S Training: UAH - T&E Certificate 48

H. Collegiate M&S Training: DoD Acquisition Certificate 49

I. Collegiate M&S Training: UCF – Systems Simulation for Engineers 49

J. Collegiate M&S Training: UCF – Training Simulation 50

K. Government M&S Training: Presentation Techniques 50

L. Government M&S Training: Effective Writing 50

M. Distance Learning: DAU- Logistics 101 51

N. Distance Learning: DAU - Logistics 102 51

O. Distance Learning: DAU – Logistics 201A 51

P. Distance Learning: DAU- Acquisition 101 52

Q. Resident Defense Acquisition University: Logistics 201B 52

R. Industry Courses: Serious Games 53

S. Industry Courses: Visual Simulation Techniques & Technology 53

T. Industry Courses: HLA 53

U. Industry Courses: Distributed Interactive Simulation 53

V. CP36 M&S Professional Development: Right Seat Ride 54

W. CP36 M&S Professional Development: I/ITSEC 54

X. CP36 M&S Professional Development: SIW 54

Y. CP36 M&S Professional Development: SEDRIS 55

Z. CP36 M&S Professional Development: DoDAF 55

IV. ORSA Training, Education and Professional Development 57

A. Army Logistics University Fourteen-Week ORSA Course 57

B. Army Logistics University One-Week ORSA Course 57

C. Army Logistics University One-Week ORSA Course 57

D. Army Logistics University/Center for Army Analysis Two-Week ORSA Course 57

E. Collegiate ORSA Education (Georgia Institute of Technology) 58

F. Collegiate ORSA Education (George Mason University) 58

G. Collegiate ORSA Education (University of Alabama Huntsville) 58

H. CP36 ORSA Professional Development: AORS 59

I. CP36 ORSA Professional Development: MORSS 59

J. CP36 ORSA Professional Development: INFORMS 59

K. Distance Learning GMU – Introduction to Decision Analysis 60

L. Distance Learning GMU – Introduction to Operations Research: Optimization 60

M. Distance Learning AFIT – Introduction to Probability & Statistics 60

N. Distance Learning AFIT – Quantitative Modeling 60

O. Distance Learning UNC – Business Decision Modeling 61

P. Distance Learning Texas Tech – Statistical Data Analysis 61

Q. Industry Distance Learning MathWorks – Computational Mathematics Tutorial 61

R. Distance Learning GMU - Systems Definition and Cost Modeling (SYST 510) 61

V. Other Short Term Competitive Training for All CP36 Careerists 63

A. Planning, Programming, Budgeting Execution System 63

B. Contracting Officer’s Representative 63

C. Capabilities Development Course 63

D. Combat, Training & Doctrine Developers Integration Course 64

E. Basic Force Management Course 65



VI. Other Long-Term Competitive Training for All CP36 Careerists 67

A. National War College 67

B. Industrial College of the Armed Forces 68

C. Army War College 68

D. Army War College 69

E. Command and General Staff Officer Course 70

F. Secretary of the Army Research and Study Fellowships 70

VII. Academic Degree Training (ADT) 73

VIII. Courses for New SES Members and Executive Professionals 81

ANNEX B: Master Intern/Recent Graduate Training Plan 87

I. General 87

II. Master Intern Training Plan (MITP) Components 87

A. Organization 87

B. Phases of the MITP 88

III. Career Ladders 89

IV. Performance Standards and Evaluations 90

V. Roles Associated with the Intern/Recent Graduate Program 90

A. Supervisors’ Roles: 90

B. Interns’ Roles 91

C. Intern/Recent Graduate Program Managers’ Roles 91

D. Rotational Supervisors’ Roles 92

VI. Rotational Assignments 92

VII. Professional Associations 92

ANNEX C: CP 36 Competencies 101

I. CP36 Core Competencies 101

II. CP36 Leadership Competencies 101

III. CP36 Functional Competencies for Operations Research Analysts 105

IV. CP 36 Functional Competencies for Modeling and Simulation 112

ANNEX D: CP36 CAREER MAPS 116

Career Progression Guidelines 116

Job Series 0301 118

Job Series 0340 124

Job Series 0343 128

Job Series 0344 132

Job Series 0346 136

Job Series 0801 140

Job Series 0802 144

Job Series 0830 148

Job Series 0850 152

Job Series 0854 156

Job Series 0855 160

Job Series 0861 164

Job Series 1501 168

Job Series 1515 172

Job Series 1520 176

Job Series 1550 180

Job Series 1701 184

Job Series 1702 188

Job Series 1712 192

Job Series 1750 196

Job Series 2210 200

ANNEX E: Training and Developmental Experiences 204

I. Policy 204

A. CP36 Training and Development Policy 204

B. Training and Developmental Policy Specifics 204

II. Developmental Activities 204

A. Developmental Activities Defined. 204

B. Developmental Assignments. 205

III. Exchange Assignments 205

IV. Formal Training Activities 205

ANNEX F: Mentorship 208

I. General 208

A. Army Mentorship Defined 208

B. Army Training and Leader Development Panel 208

II. Mentoring & Coaching 209

A. Mentoring 209

B. Coaching 209

C. Mentors 209

D. Mentors’ Functions 209

III. Analysis, Modeling & Simulation Mentoring Program (AMSMP) 209

A. General 210

B. Program Guidelines 210

C. Program Objectives 211

D. Program Length 211

E. Civilian and Military Eligibility Requirements to be a Mentor 211

F. Mentor's Roles and Responsibilities 211

G. Associate's Roles 212



ANNEX G: Forms 213

ANNEX H: Methodology 215

ANNEX I: References 217

annex J: ACRONYMNS 219

ANNEX K: Glossary of Terms 225

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