PUBLICATION OF BUPERSINST 1610.10D (EVALMAN):
R 071314Z MAY 15
FM CNO WASHINGTON DC
INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC
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RMKS/1. This NAVADMIN announces the publication of BUPERSINST 1610.10D, Navy
Performance Evaluation System (EVALMAN). An electronic downloadable copy of
the updated instruction is available at http://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-
2. Summary of Changes: This revision incorporates previous policy changes
announced in BUPERSINST 1610.10C Change 1, BUPERSINST 1610.10C Change 2,
NAVADMIN 183/11, NAVADMIN 219/11, NAVADMIN 028/13, and NAVADMIN 243/14. In
addition, the following new guidance applies with the updated instruction:
a. Allows a special report for officers who do not receive a fleet-up
certification for command as required by OPNAVINST 1412.14.
b. Clarifies reporting responsibilities for a member incarcerated, or in
an unauthorized absence or deserter status.
c. Adds language to the instruction concerning the Secretary of the
Navy*s (SECNAV) energy goals.
d. Adds language to the instruction concerning reporting seniors
evaluating commanders and commanding officers on the performance of their
command in regards to the command*s personnel security program.
e. Adds language to the instruction concerning SECNAV*s direction on
assessing officers and senior enlisted personnel on their contributions to
building the innovative culture within the Department of the Navy.
f. Requires reporting seniors to document in block 41/47 (comments on
performance) whether commanders, commanding officers, and officers-in-charge
conducted required command climate assessments to reflect the requirements of
Section 587 of FY-14 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).
g. When grading block 34 (command or organizational climate/equal
opportunity) for commanding officers, take into consideration whether they
have established a command climate where allegations of sexual assault are
properly managed and fairly evaluated; and a victim of criminal activity,
including sexual assault, can report the criminal activity without fear of
retaliation, including ostracism and group pressure from other members of the
command to reflect the requirements of Section 508 of FY-15 NDAA.
h. Prohibits comments in block 41/43 (comments on performance) regarding
a member*s potential for civilian employment.
i. Incorporates reserve-specific language where applicable throughout
the instruction to clarify procedures and enhance active duty reports on
reservists providing operational support.
j. Directs that Transition Assistance Program Military Life Cycle
counseling for members is conducted as outlined in NAVADMIN 243/14. A
military life cycle fact sheet can be found at:
3. For questions concerning these policy changes contact the Navy Personnel
Command call center at (866) U-ASK-NPC, 1 (866) 827-5672 or via e-mail at
4. Released by VADM W. F. Moran, N1.//