ARMY REGULATION 623-105 PDF

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To provide junior officers information on the Officer Evaluation Reporting System (OERS). PURPOSE.

Effective January 2,Davis was transferred from the 623-015 General Hospital, which was deactivated as a part of an Army reorganization effort, to the rd Combat Support Hospital the ” rd CSH”. In an appeal under the APA, the “scope of the court’s review of agency action is confined to the full administrative record before the agency at the time the agency action was taken. R at 5, United States District Court, D.

Contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v3. As defendant points out, however, courts reviewing military decisions pursuant to the APA have consistently analyzed whether an applicant has met the burden of proof the regulations impose.

An officer must earn a minimum of 50 retirement points in a year for it to be a “complete retirement” or “qualifying” year. Secretary of Health and Human Servs.

This judgement has not been cited yet. We must understand and use the Officer Evaluation Reporting System to provide evaluation of performance and potential in order to provide the Army with the best leaders. My presentations Profile Feedback Log out. According to Davis, her professional relationship with Hinds deteriorated, and Hinds failed to delegate authority, became overwhelmed by stress, yelled, threw temper tantrums and left abusive messages on Davis’ answering machine.

As discussed above, Cupit stated that she made it clear to Davis who her supervisors would be and to whom she would be reporting. Architects of Integration and Equality and a number of articles related to the nursing profession. The primary function of the OERS is to provide information for use as a “basis for personnel actions,” including promotion, elimination, retention in grade and assignment, and its secondary function is to “encourage officer professional development and enhance mission accomplishment.

The senior rater also provides written comments describing the rated officer’s performance.

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Share buttons are a little bit lower. As defendant points out, the affidavits submitted by Davis in support of her cross-motion for summary judgment are not part of the administrative record and therefore may not be considered when reviewing the ABCMR’s decision. Furthermore, each statement of material fact “must be followed by citation to evidence which would be admissible” at trial. You have reach your max limit. Promote a top down emphasis on leadership communication, integrating rated officer participation in objective setting, performance counseling, and evaluation.

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Moreover, in a memorandum dated October 29,Davis acknowledged that she had a face-to-face meeting with Lieutenant Colonel Hinds and Colonel Cupit during the summer of regarding the position of Coordinator of the 8 th Medical Brigade Symposium. We think you have liked this presentation. Provides evaluation information for use by successive members of the rating chain, emphasizes and reinforces professionalism, and supports the specialty focus of Officer Professional Management System OPMS.

Specifically, Davis hypothesizes that Hinds and Cupit resented Davis because Davis held a doctorate in nursing, a degree that neither Hinds nor Cupit had acquired. Davis contends that the ABCMR incorrectly denied her request to have her personnel records include a statement that any gap between OERs was not her fault. Having reviewed the administrative record and considered the ABCMR’s denial of Davis’ second appeal in light of the governing regulations described above, I conclude that the ABCMR decision was not arbitrary or capricious.

Upon her return to Reserve status, Davis was again assigned to the th General Hospital and participated in numerous missions, including a deployment to Honduras as a part of a humanitarian initiative which provided medical care to severely undernourished children and for which she received the Army Commendation Medal.

Davis further alleges that despite her “numerous” requests, she did not receive another OER from towhen she asked to be reassigned away from the rd CSH.

The amount of retirement pay and benefits that a Reserve officer ultimately receives is based upon a calculation involving the number of retirement points earned and the highest rank achieved by the officer.

A Reserve officer earns 15 retirement points for each year of membership in the Reserves and an additional point for each four-hour reguoation period and each day of annual training that the officer attends. Davis failed, however, to present any evidence from any other officer involved in the symposium she was assigned to help Hinds organize or from any officer otherwise in a position to comment on the quality of her work during the rating period.

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Although being rated in the third of nine blocks would seem to be an above average rating, the Army considers the rating relative to other rankings made by the same evaluator. VolpeU. HenmanF.

Davis is concerned that her lack of promotion and the twelve UTAs that she missed while out on hardship discharge will negatively affect the amount of her retirement pay and benefits, which will be based in part upon the number of retirement points Davis earned and the highest rank she achieved. A factual dispute is material if it “might affect the outcome of the suit under the governing law,” and the dispute is genuine “if the evidence is such that a reasonable jury could return a verdict for the nonmoving party.

The defendant claims that when Davis was asked to sign the OER, she refused to do so. This deference “is calculated to ensure that the courts do not become a forum for appeals by every soldier dissatisfied with his or her ratings, a result that would destabilize military command and take the judiciary far afield of its area of competence. A rating chain should “correspond as nearly as practical to the chain of command and supervision within an organization” and “ties the rated officer’s performance to a specific senior-subordinate relationship” in order to “allow[] for the proper counseling to develop.

Checks to ensure profile is valid. Davis also asserts that although she attended drills with the 8 th Medical Brigade, she did not sign in on the 8 th Medical Brigade’s pay and attendance roster as a soldier drilling with her own unit is required to do, but instead submitted a DA Formwhich is used regulatoin indicate that a soldier attended a drill outside of her own unit, to the rd CSH. The “primary purpose of the Commander’s Inquiry is to provide a greater degree of command involvement in preventing obvious injustice to the rated officer and armh errors before they become a matter of permanent record.

Both officers also opined 623–105 it was not unusual for official attachment orders to be created months after a soldier reported to a new unit. This deferential standard of review is not, however, reason to provide no review at all or for the military’s administrative agencies to dispose of matters with unrestricted power or unconditional authority.