NCO-ER - Overview

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AR 623-3/DA Pam 623-3 Evaluation Reporting System Presentation arranged by SFC Timothy M. Rake References: AR 623-3, Evaluation Reporting System/DA Pam 623-3 (15 May 2006)

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Outline Overview NCO-ER Preparation Rules Forms NCO-ER Evaluation Report Summary

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NCO-ER - Overview NCO-ER is intended to : Strengthen the capacity of the NCO Corps to meet proficient difficulties without bounds through teaching of Army Values and fundamental NCO obligations. Guarantee the determination of the best qualified noncommissioned officers to serve in places of expanding obligations. Add to extensive enhanced execution and expert improvement by expanded accentuation on execution guiding. Furnish NCOs with acknowledgment of their execution, qualities and individual characteristics

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A solitary report ought not , without anyone else, decide a NCOs Career. An evaluation rationality that perceives constant expert improvement and development (as opposed to one that requests prompt, uncompromising flawlessness) best serves The Army and the NCO.

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NCO-ER PREPARATION RULES NCO-ERs will be written, or printed, utilizing a laser or speck network printer, in either pica (10 pitch) or first class (12 pitch) typeface or 12 point text dimension for PCs. Most normally acknowledged textual styles for electronically produced structures are Courier , CG Times , or Times New Roman . Bolding, italic, and compacted typeface or dispersing won't be utilized. Electronically produced DA Form 2166-8 arrangement frames that are approved are the structures outlined/dispersed by the US Army Publishing Agency. NCO-ERs will be imprinted on one sheet of good quality standard paper, front and back, go to foot.

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The NCO Evaluation Report comprise of five sections: Part I – Administrative Data Part II – Authentication Part III – Duty Description Part IV – ARMY Values/Attributes/Skills/Actions Part V – Overall Performance and Potential

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Part I - Administrative Data Rank - Use three letter shortening for rank (i.e. SGT, SSG, SFC) - If the appraised NCO is frocked enter the rank, date of rank, and PMOSC held preceding frocking activity. - notwithstanding the NCOs rank, enter the proper frocked rank in brackets promptly taking after the rank (i.e.. SFC (1SG) or MSG (SGM)) Name Last, First, MI, Suffix (ALL CAPS) Date of Rank - utilize (YYYYMMDD) organize - If frocked enter the date of rank for the rank held before the frocking activity Social Security Number (9 Digit XXX-XX-XXXX)

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Special capability Identifier Highest Awarded "SQI" "O" Language Identifier "LI" or enter "OO" (Letters) "91E" (MOS) PMOSC - Enter up to nine digits of the essential MOS code (i.e. 25W4O, 42A5MA3, and 18Z5PW9LA) If a NCO does not have an ASI or LI, just a 5 digit MOS is entered - An alpha or numeric section might be utilized to signify the last digit of the expertise level (0 or O) 91E3O00OO Most as of late granted "Extra Skill Identifier" good with PMOS or enter "00" (Zeros) MOS Skill Level 00 is utilized to distinguish work force experiencing preparing for honor of an essential MOS (PMOS). 10 measures up to PV1 through SPC or CPL (Or SP4 for more seasoned positions) 20 squares with SGT (or SP5 for more seasoned positions) 30 rises to SSG (or SP6 for more established positions) 40 rises to SFC 50 breaks even with MSG and SGM/CSM

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Part I, Administrative Data Cont. Explanation behind Submission - Enter Code in left hand parcel - Type the report title in right hand segment of the square. Unit, Org., Station, Zip Code or APO, USAR Status Code - Enter information in the request recorded on the frame "Case of Common Codes" 02 – Annual 03 – Change of Rater 09 – Complete the Record (see Table 3-6, pg 44, DA Pam 623-3 for nitty gritty rundown)

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Reason for Submission Codes

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Part I, Administrative Data Cont. Period Covered - enter the From date (YYYYMMDD) - enter the Thru date which is the end date of the occasion bringing on the report (YYYYMMDD) - a NCOs first report starts on the powerful date of advancement to Sergeant, inversion to NCO status subsequent to serving as an appointed or warrant officer for 12 months or more, or reentry on dynamic obligation after a break in administration of 12 months or more Rated Months - The quantity of appraised months is registered by isolating the essential rating time frame by 30. Try not to utilize the "period secured" by the report, subtract all non appraised time. On the off chance that at least 15 days are left subsequent to separating by 30, they will be considered an entire month. (i.e. 130 days is 4 months and 10 days and is entered as 4 months: 140 days is 4 months and 20 days and is entered as 5 months)

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Part I, Administrative Data Cont. Non-Rated Codes - Enter the suitable codes from DA Pam 623-3 pg. 44 Table 3-7 Number of Enclosures - enter number of fenced in areas. On the off chance that none enter 0 (number) Enclosures can be: Non simultaneousness reminder 30 Day waiver help for reason for non Army rating authorities Rated NCOs AKO email address Must be either a .gov or .mil account Must utilize whole email address

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Reason Codes for Non Rated Time

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Part I, Administrative Data Cont. Summon Code - Enter CMD Code Unit Identification Code - Enter UIC PSB Code - Enter four character alphanumeric PSB code of the appraised NCOs adjusting Administrative Office

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Part II - Authentication Part II is for validation by the evaluated NCO and rating authorities after they have finished their segments of the frame toward the end of the rating time frame. NCO-ER might be marked 14 days preceding the "through" date Report can't be sent to HQDA until the "through" date Reviewer's mark and date can't be before the rater's or senior rater's Senior rater's mark and date can't be before the rater's Rated Soldier may not sign or date the report before the rater, senior rater, or analyst

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Part II - Authentication Rater, Senior Rater, Reviewer - Name entered: LAST, FIRST, MI, SUFFIX (ALL CAPS) Rater, Senior Rater, Reviewer - SSN entered utilizing 9 digits (XXX-XX-XXXX)

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Part II – Authentication (Cont.) PMOSC/Branch - PMOSC utilized for enrolled - Branch utilized for officer Duty Assignment - Position of rating authority Organization - Self Explanatory E-mail Address - Must be either a .mil or .gov account - Must utilize whole email account

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Part II – Authentication (Cont.) Reviewer agree/non agree - places a typewritten or written by hand "X" in the proper box. - Non simultaneousness fenced in area is required Rated NCOs Signature Verifies the Following the appraised NCO seen the total report remedy authoritative information Proper rating authorities Accurate obligation depiction Counseling dates APFT & Height/Weight passages are right NCO knows about the offers procedure Note: Rated NCOs signature does not constitute assention or conflict with the assessments of the Rater and additionally Senior Rater.

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Part III – Duty Description Part III accommodates the obligation portrayal of the appraised NCO It is the duty of the rating authorities to guarantee obligation depictions are truly right Is a layout of the ordinary necessities of the particular obligation position Should demonstrate kind of work required instead of much of the time changing undertakings Used amid first guiding session to tell the evaluated NCO what the obligations are and what should be underscored May be overhauled amid rating period Used toward the end of rating period to record what was imperative about the obligations

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Part III – Duty Description Principal Duty Title Enter vital obligation title coordinated with unit compel structure report (MTOE) Duty MOSC Enter Duty MOS (five/seven/nine) In situations where the evaluated NCO is filling an officer position, enter enrolled MOS that best matches the officer position Daily Duties and Scope Must incorporate a progression of expressions, beginning with activity words and isolated by semicolons and closure with a period ought to address the most vital routine obligations and duties Include the quantity of individuals administered, gear, offices, and dollars included and whatever other routine obligations and obligations basic to mission achievement

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Part III – Duty Description Areas of Special Emphasis Must incorporate a rundown of assignments/obligations isolated by semicolons and consummation with a period Most liable to change amid rating period Include most essential things that connected whenever amid the rating time frame If a passage is recorded here there ought to be a reference to it in Part IV of the NCO-ER Appointed Duties - Include obligations that are not typically incorporated into the obligation depiction Counseling Dates - enter the real dates of the directing acquired from DA Form 2166-8-1 (YYYYMMDD) - nonattendance of advising won't be utilized as reason for an advance

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Part IV – Army Values/Noncommissioned Responsibilities Army Values/NCO Responsibilities is finished by the rater, including the APFT execution section and the stature/weight passage in Part IVc Part IVa contains a posting of armed force values that characterize polished methodology for the Army NCO Army Values are expected to keep up open trust and certainty and additionally the characteristics of initiative and administration expected to keep up a successful NCO Corps

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Part IV – Army Values/Attributes/Skills/Actions Bullet Comments Bullet remarks are obligatory paying little mind to rating given Mandatory particular shot remarks are required for every one of "no" sections Base passages on whether the appraised NCO "meets" or 'does not meet' the standard for every specific esteem Quantitative and substantiated projectile remarks are utilized to clarify any range where the NCO is especially solid or necessities change A rundown of qualities and their definitions can be found in FM 22-100 Army Values Rater will check either a "yes" or "no" (checks should all be reliable written by hand, typewritten, or PC entered)

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Narrative guidelines for