Military Personnel Management

  1. Force Stabilization ALARACT - PDF 27.5 Kb
  2. Enlisted Division
  3. Officer Division
  4. Operations Division

Enlisted Division - top

Professional Development Branch - top

  • Enlisted Sustainment & Separations Policies:

    Formulates, disseminates and verifies all policies concerning promotions, school selection, reclassification, reenlistment, retention, drawdown programs, and separations. Policy decisions affect Active Army, Reserve Components, and Active Guard Reserve (AGR) enlisted soldiers.

  • Total Army Retention Program:

    Establish and monitor annual Total Army retention policies and objectives.

  • Enlisted Personnel Management Systems:

    Integrate life cycle functions to include promotion, professional development, etc.

  • Special Pays:

    1. Army G-1 POC for Selective Reenlistment Bonus Pay.
    2. Coordinate programs required to achieve force manning objectives.
    3. Army G-1 POC for Army Reserve Forces Policy Council (ARFPC).
    4. Army G-1 POC for Reserve Components Active Duty Special Work (ADSW) policy.

Distribution and Readiness Branch - top

Analytical Cell - top

  • Policy Analysis - provide MOS-level analysis on the impacts of policy change recommendations.
  • Special projects

Training Requirements Division - top

  • Program manager for the Army Training Requirements and Resources Systems (ATRRS).
  • Support planning, programming, budgeting and execution of individual training mission.
  • Responsible for the integration of Manpower, Personnel and Training policy and plans.
  • Link the train function with the structure, acquire, distribute, sustain, and separate personnel functions.
  • Develop Army input to training management policy and proponent for AR 350-10, Management of Army Individual Training Requirements and Resources.
  • Conduct annual Structure Manning Decision Reviews (SMDR).
  • Develop and publish the peacetime and mobilization Army Program for Individual Training (ARPRINT) annually.
  • Conduct Training Resource Arbitration Panel (TRAP) to manage execution year training program changes.
  • Manage training programs of the Total Army School System.
  • Plan and coordinate other service, DoD and other government agency training requirements in Army schools.
  • ARSTAF coordinator of training requirements for Army personnel in non-Army schools.
  • Establish policy and regulatory guidance for input to training analysis.
  • DoD Executive agent for input to training within the Defense Acquisition University (DAU) and Armed Forces Information Service (AFIS) training.

Enlisted Accessions Division - top

  • Develop and manage annual accession plans for RA and USAR enlisted, RA and USAR AMEDD officer, and all other special categories of accession recruited by USAREC.
  • Develop recruiting policies and procedures in support of the above.
  • Develop and manage active and reserve component incentives for enlistment and for AMEDD officer accessioning.
  • Establish classification/standards for enlistment in all components.
  • Act as DoD Executive Agent for support and operation of USMEPCOM.
  • Act as Principal ARSTAF point of contact for matters related to the automated personnel systems that support the accessioning process (KEYSTONE, REQUEST, etc.).
  • Represent the Army on Joint recruiting related councils, study groups and task forces.
  • Advise Army G-1 directors on marketing, advertising, and public affairs issues and programs.
  • Develop policy pertaining to Army advertising.

Officer Division - top

  • Develop and manage the Total Army Officer Accession Plan.
  • Develop accession policy and missions for ROTC, USMA, and OCS.
  • Develop warrant officer accession policy and missions for USAREC (Warrant Officers only).
  • Establish and monitor policy for direct commission and warrant officer appointments.
  • Develop and execute the DOPMA Five Year Promotion and Continuation Plan.
  • Develop policy and monitor implementation of officer and warrant officer:
    1. Selection boards (promotion, schooling and command)
    2. Reduction boards (SERB, RIF, CVI/RA Probationary)
    3. Separations
    4. Evaluations
    5. Professional development/joint duty management leader development
    6. Joint officer management
    7. retention and loss management
    8. Branching and rebranching
    9. Selective continuation and retirement
  • Develop policy, monitor implementation, and initiate necessary legislative changes for DOPMA, DoD Reorganization Act of 1986 (Title IV), and Title 10, USC, as applied to officers and warrant officers.
  • Serve as principal ARSTAF action agent for WOMA and ROPMA.
  • Develop and execute plans and policies for builddown of officer/warrant officer corps during Army downsizing.
  • Develop policy upon which Officer Distribution Plan is based.
  • Act as principal ARSTAF POC for USMA.
  • Performs as ARSTAF lead agency for joint duty assignment list (JDAL) review board and other joint acts.

Operations Division - top

  • Establish and integrate military and civilian manpower/personnel mobilization and contingency policy.
  • Responsible for personnel mobilization policy for Pre-trained Individual Manpower (PIM).
  • ARSTAF policy proponent for mobilization of retired members of the Army.
  • Responsible for overall Army planning, coordination, execution and evaluation of personnel play in JCS and unilateral Army mobilization and contingency exercises.
  • Army proponent for CONUS Replacement Centers (CRC) and Individual Deployment Site (IDS).
  • Operate the DCSPER’s Personnel Contingency Cell (PCC).
  • DOD Executing Agent for CONUS repatriation plans and operations.
  • DOD functional proponent for the Neo Tracking System (NTS) and the Automated Repatriation Reporting System (ARRS).
  • Army functional proponent for the Inter-Component Data Transfer System (ICDT).
  • Army functional proponent for the development of the Integrated Total Army Personnel Database (ITAPDB).
  • Maintain and update DCSPER Emergency Actions Procedures Guide (EAPG).
  • PPG: Personnel Policy Guidance