ESTABLISHMENT OF THE NAVY CIVILIAN WORKFORCE OFFICE:
R 181941Z NOV 16
FM CNO WASHINGTON DC
INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC
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SUBJ/ESTABLISHMENT OF THE NAVY CIVILIAN WORKFORCE OFFICE//
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NARR/REF A THE NAVY CIVILIAN WORKFORCE FRAMEWORK. REF B IS NAVADMIN 232/16,
NAVY CIVILIAN WORKFORCE FRAMEWORK.//
RMKS/1. This NAVADMIN announces the establishment of Navy Civilian Workforce
Office (OPNAV (N1C)) in direct support of references (a) and (b).
2. N1C is a new directorate, within Deputy Chief of Naval Operations
(Manpower, Personnel, Training, and Education) (OPNAV (N1)), responsible for
the successful execution of the Navy Civilian Workforce Framework. In the
execution of its duties, the OPNAV (N1C) directorate will foster executive
leadership and commitment to ensure Navy civilians are professionally valued,
enabled, and supported. Ms. Anne R. Davis has assumed the duties as
Director, OPNAV (N1C) effective 14 November 2016.
3. Specifically OPNAV (N1C) will initially include the following
a. Strengthen the role of Navy leaders in leading civilian professionals
as key contributors to the mission.
b. Work closely with Navy commanders to develop tailored and actionable
plans that are aligned to the framework.
c. Understand and address common civilian issues across the Navy
d. Share best practices and lessons learned, including benchmarks from
other government agencies and industry, and determine potential for Navy-wide
e. Assess the effectiveness of the framework, and provide any
recommendations for change to OPNAV (N1).
f. Assist commanders in successful execution, and provide lessons
learned and advice to support opportunities for improvement.
g. Promote collaboration and transparency across the Navy.
4. Additionally, N1C will support OPNAV (N1), who will convene the Navy
Civilian Workforce Advisory Board. This board will serve as a direct conduit
for advocacy of Navy Civilian workforce issues.
5. Establishment of the OPNAV (N1C) organization will provide for more
coordinated and streamlined efforts in helping to shape the civilian
workforce and to enhance Navy effectiveness.
6. The point of contact is Ms. Anne Davis, OPNAV (N1C), she can be contacted
at (703)604-2682/DSN 664 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
7. Released by Vice Admiral R. P. Burke, N1.//