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Didn't see anyone post this and thought this was some great information to pass off to other NCOs. I think it's a good thing, some people need to be hit hard on this(held accountable).


Milper Message Number
13-306

Proponent
AHRC-PDV-E

Title
CHANGES TO THE EVALUATION REPORTING SYSTEM IN RESPONSE TO ARMY DIRECTIVE 2013-20

...Issued: [22 Oct 13]...


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A. ARMY DIRECTIVE 2013-20, SUBJECT: ASSESSING OFFICERS AND NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICERS ON FOSTERING CLIMATES OF DIGNITY AND RESPECT AND ON ADHERING TO THE SEXUAL HARASSMENT/ASSAULT RESPONSE AND PREVENTION PROGRAM, 27 SEP 2013.

B. AR 623-3, EVALUATION REPORTING SYSTEM, 05 JUNE 2012.

C. DA PAM 623-3, EVALUATION REPORTING SYSTEM, 05 JUNE 2012.

D. AR 600-20, ARMY COMMAND POLICY, 18 MARCH 2008.


1. THIS MESSAGE EXPIRES NOT LATER THAN 01 OCT 2014.

2. THE PURPOSE OF THIS MESSAGE IS TO PROVIDE GUIDANCE AND PROCEDURES IN SUPPORT OF ARMY DIRECTIVE 2013-20 FOR ANY EVALUATIONS WITH A “FROM” DATE OF 28 SEPTEMBER 2013 OR LATER.


3. THE FOLLOWING SUBPARAGRAPHS OUTLINE EVALUATION SUPPORT AND COUNSELING FORM REQUIREMENTS AND ENHANCEMENTS THAT APPLY TO DA FORM 67-9-1 AND DA FORM 2166-8-1:

A. EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 28, 2013 OFFICERS AND NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICERS (NCOS) WILL HAVE ESTABLISHED GOALS AND WILL BE ASSESSED ON HOW THE RATED SOLDIER MEETS THE COMMITMENTS OF FOSTERING CLIMATES OF DIGNITY AND RESPECT AND ON ADHERING TO THE PRINCIPLES OF THE SEXUAL HARASSMENT/ASSAULT RESPONSE AND PREVENTION PROGRAM IN THEIR DAILY ACTIVITIES.

B. ALL OFFICERS AND NCOS WILL INCLUDE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES IN FURTHERANCE OF THE ABOVE-REFERENCED COMMITMENTS WHEN COMPLETING DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY (DA) FORM 67-9-1, OFFICER EVALUATION REPORT SUPPORT FORM; DA FORM 67-9-1A, OFFICER DEVELOPMENTAL SUPPORT FORM; OR DA FORM 2166-8-1, NCOER COUNSELING AND SUPPORT FORM (OR THEIR EQUIVALENTS).

C. RATING OFFICIALS WILL COMMENT ON EVALUATIONS OF THE RATING CHAIN RESPONSIBLE FOR THE INDIVIDUAL, (WITHIN THE SPHERE OF INFLUENCE - UP TO TWO LEVELS ABOVE THE ORGANIZATION) WHERE A SUBSTANTIATED INCIDENT OCCURRED, NOTING ANY INCIDENTS AND EXPLAINING ACTIONS TAKEN.


4. THE FOLLOWING SUBPARAGRAPHS OUTLINE OFFICER EVALUATION FORM REQUIREMENTS AND ENHANCEMENTS THAT APPLY TO DA FORM 67-9:

A. WHEN COMPLETING PART V, BLOCK B OF DA FORM 67-9, OFFICER EVALUATION REPORT, RATERS WILL ASSESS HOW WELL THE RATED OFFICER FOSTERED A CLIMATE OF DIGNITY AND RESPECT AND ADHERED TO THE SEXUAL HARASSMENT/ASSAULT RESPONSE AND PREVENTION (SHARP) PROGRAM. THIS ASSESSMENT SHOULD IDENTIFY, AS APPROPRIATE, ANY SIGNIFICANT ACTIONS OR CONTRIBUTIONS THAT THE RATED OFFICER MADE TOWARD PROMOTING THE PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF HIS OR HER SUBORDINATES; ENSURING THE FAIR, RESPECTFUL TREATMENT OF ASSIGNED PERSONNEL; AND ESTABLISHING A WORKPLACE AND OVERALL COMMAND CLIMATE THAT FOSTERS DIGNITY AND RESPECT FOR ALL MEMBERS OF THE GROUP. THIS ASSESSMENT SHOULD ALSO IDENTIFY, AS APPROPRIATE, ANY FAILURES BY THE OFFICER TO FOSTER A CLIMATE OF DIGNITY, RESPECT AND ADHERENCE TO THE SHARP PROGRAM.

B. RATERS AND SENIOR RATERS WILL DOCUMENT ON EVALUATIONS ANY SUBSTANTIATED FINDING IN AN ARMY OR DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE INVESTIGATION OR INQUIRY, THAT AN OFFICER: COMMITTED AN ACT OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT OR SEXUAL ASSAULT, ON OR OFF DUTY; OR FAILED TO RESPOND TO, OR REPORT A SEXUAL HARASSMENT OR ASSAULT OF WHICH HE OR SHE HAD KNOWLEDGE; OR, RETALIATED AGAINST A PERSON MAKING A COMPLAINT OR REPORT OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT OR SEXUAL ASSAULT.

C. THE RATER WILL MARK “NO” IN PART IV, BLOCK A.5. (RESPECT) OF DA FORM 67-9 AND WILL ALSO INCLUDE A STATEMENT DESCRIBING WHY “NO” WAS MARKED IN PART V, BLOCK B OF DA FORM 67-9 (E.G., “DOES NOT SUPPORT THE SHARP PROGRAM DUE TO A SUBSTANTIATED FINDING THAT THE SOLDIER COMMITTED AN ACT OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT”).

D. THE SENIOR RATER WILL FURTHER COMMENT ON THE MATTER IN PART VII, BLOCK C OF DA FORM 67-9.

E. AN EVALUATION WITH ADVERSE ACTIONS, INCLUDING SUBSTANTIATED ACTS OF SEXUAL MISCONDUCT, WILL BE A REFERRED REPORT AND WILL BE PROCESSED IN ACCORDANCE WITH AR 623-3, PARA 3-26.


5. THE FOLLOWING SUBPARAGRAPHS OUTLINE NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICER EVALUATION FORM REQUIREMENTS AND ENHANCEMENTS AND APPLY TO DA FORM 2166-8:

A. WHEN COMPLETING PART IV, BLOCK D OF DA FORM 2166-8, NCO EVALUATION REPORT, RATERS WILL ASSESS HOW WELL THE RATED NCO FOSTERED A CLIMATE OF DIGNITY AND RESPECT AND ADHERED TO THE SEXUAL HARASSMENT/ASSAULT RESPONSE AND PREVENTION (SHARP) PROGRAM. THIS ASSESSMENT SHOULD IDENTIFY, AS APPROPRIATE, ANY SIGNIFICANT ACTIONS OR CONTRIBUTIONS THAT THE RATED NCO MADE TOWARD PROMOTING THE PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF HIS OR HER SUBORDINATES; ENSURING THE FAIR, RESPECTFUL TREATMENT OF ASSIGNED PERSONNEL; AND ESTABLISHING A WORKPLACE AND OVERALL COMMAND CLIMATE THAT FOSTERS DIGNITY AND RESPECT FOR ALL MEMBERS OF THE GROUP. THIS ASSESSMENT SHOULD ALSO IDENTIFY, AS APPROPRIATE, ANY FAILURES BY THE NCO TO FOSTER A CLIMATE OF DIGNITY, RESPECT AND ADHERENCE TO THE SHARP PROGRAM.

B. RATERS AND SENIOR RATERS WILL DOCUMENT ON EVALUATIONS ANY SUBSTANTIATED FINDING IN AN ARMY OR DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE INVESTIGATION OR INQUIRY, THAT AN NCO: COMMITTED AN ACT OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT OR SEXUAL ASSAULT, ON OR OFF DUTY; OR FAILED TO RESPOND TO, OR REPORT A SEXUAL HARASSMENT OR ASSAULT OF WHICH HE OR SHE HAD KNOWLEDGE; OR, RETALIATED AGAINST A PERSON MAKING A COMPLAINT OR REPORT OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT OR SEXUAL ASSAULT.

C. THE RATER WILL MARK “NO” IN PART IV, BLOCK A.3 (RESPECT/EO/EEO) OF DA FORM 2166-8. THE RATER WILL ALSO INCLUDE, IN A BULLET STATEMENT, WHY “NO” WAS MARKED IN PART IV, BLOCK A. (E.G., “DOES NOT SUPPORT THE SHARP PROGRAM DUE TO A SUBSTANTIATED FINDING THAT THE SOLDIER COMMITTED AN ACT OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT” OR “DOES NOT SUPPORT THE SHARP PROGRAM BECAUSE OF FAILURE TO REPORT AN INCIDENT”).

D. THE SENIOR RATER WILL FURTHER COMMENT ON THE MATTER IN PART V, BLOCK E OF DA FORM 2166-8, AS APPROPRIATE.


6. THE FOLLOWING SUBPARAGRAPHS OUTLINE REQUIREMENTS AND ENHANCEMENTS THAT APPLY TO SERVICE SCHOOL ACADEMIC EVALUATION REPORTS (DA FORM 1059):

A. SOLDIERS ATTENDING SERVICE SCHOOLS OR MILITARY COURSES OF INSTRUCTION WILL HAVE ESTABLISHED GOALS AND WILL BE ASSESSED ON HOW THEY ARE MEETING THE COMMITMENT ON FOSTERING CLIMATES OF DIGNITY AND RESPECT AND ON ADHERING TO THE SHARP PROGRAM.

B. ACADEMIC RATERS WILL INCLUDE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES TO SUPPORT THE SHARP PROGRAM IN THE STUDENTS INITIAL COUNSELING IN ACCORDANCE WITH PROCEDURES ESTABLISHED AT THE LOCAL LEVEL BY THE COMMANDANT OF THE SCHOOL OR THE COMMANDING GENERAL (CG) OF TRADOC, OR AN APPROPRIATE MILITARY/CIVILIAN OFFICIAL AS APPLICABLE.

(1) WHEN COMPLETING BLOCK 14 OF DA FORM 1059, RATERS WILL ASSESS HOW WELL THE RATED STUDENT FOSTERED A CLIMATE OF DIGNITY AND RESPECT AND ADHERED TO THE SHARP PROGRAM. THIS ASSESSMENT SHOULD IDENTIFY, AS APPROPRIATE, ANY SIGNIFICANT ACTIONS OR CONTRIBUTIONS THAT THE RATED STUDENT MADE TOWARD PROMOTING THE PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF HIS OR HER FELLOW CLASSMATES; ENSURING THE FAIR, RESPECTFUL TREATMENT OF HIS OR HER FELLOW STUDENTS, AND ESTABLISHING AN OVERALL ENVIRONMENT THAT FOSTERS DIGNITY AND RESPECT FOR ALL MEMBERS OF THE CLASS. THIS ASSESSMENT SHOULD ALSO IDENTIFY, AS APPROPRIATE, ANY FAILURES BY THE STUDENT TO FOSTER A CLIMATE OF DIGNITY, RESPECT AND ADHERENCE TO THE SHARP PROGRAM. ADDITIONALLY, IF THE RATED STUDENT COMMITTED A SUBSTANTIATED ACT OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT OR SEXUAL ASSAULT ON OR OFF DUTY, THE ASSESSMENT MUST NOTE THE INCIDENT.

(2) RATERS AND REVIEWERS WILL DOCUMENT ANY SUBSTANTIATED FINDING IN AN ARMY OR DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE INVESTIGATION OR INQUIRY, THAT A STUDENT COMMITTED AN ACT OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT OR SEXUAL ASSAULT ON OR OFF DUTY; FAILED TO RESPOND TO OR REPORT A SEXUAL HARASSMENT OR ASSAULT OF WHICH HE OR SHE HAD KNOWLEDGE; OR, RETALIATED AGAINST A PERSON MAKING A COMPLAINT OR REPORT OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT OR SEXUAL ASSAULT.

(3) THE RATER WILL MARK IN THE FIRST BOX OF DA FORM 1059, BLOCK 9, THAT THE EVALUATION IS A REFERRED REPORT. THE RATER WILL ALSO INCLUDE IN BLOCK 14 WHY BLOCK 9 WAS MARKED A REFERRED REPORT (E.G., “DOES NOT SUPPORT THE SHARP PROGRAM DUE TO THE STUDENT FOSTERING AN UNHEALTHY CLASS ENVIRONMENT BY MAKING SEXUAL INNUENDOS”).

(4) THE DA FORM 1059 WILL BE PROCESSED AS A REFERRED REPORT IN ACCORDANCE WITH AR 623-3 AND DA PAM 623-3.


7. THE FOLLOWING SUBPARAGRAPHS OUTLINE REQUIREMENTS AND ENHANCEMENTS THAT APPLY TO CIVILIAN INSTITUTION ACADEMIC EVALUATION REPORTS (DA FORM 1059-1):

A. SOLDIERS ATTENDING CIVILIAN EDUCATION, MEDICAL, OR INDUSTRIAL INSTITUTIONS WILL HAVE ESTABLISHED GOALS AND WILL BE ASSESSED ON HOW THEY ARE MEETING THE COMMITMENT ON FOSTERING CLIMATES OF DIGNITY AND RESPECT AND ON ADHERING TO THE SHARP PROGRAM.

B. ACADEMIC RATERS WILL INCLUDE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES TO SUPPORT THE SHARP PROGRAM IN THE STUDENTS INITIAL COUNSELING IN ACCORDANCE WITH PROCEDURES ESTABLISHED AT THE LOCAL LEVEL BY THE DEAN OF THE INSTITUTION, OR AN APPROPRIATE MILITARY/CIVILIAN OFFICIAL AS APPLICABLE.

C. WHEN COMPLETING BLOCK 11 OF DA FORM 1059-1, RATERS WILL ASSESS HOW WELL THE RATED STUDENT FOSTERED A CLIMATE OF DIGNITY AND RESPECT AND ADHERED TO THE SEXUAL HARASSMENT/ASSAULT RESPONSE AND PREVENTION (SHARP) PROGRAM. THIS ASSESSMENT SHOULD IDENTIFY, AS APPROPRIATE, ANY SIGNIFICANT ACTIONS OR CONTRIBUTIONS THAT THE RATED STUDENT MADE TOWARD PROMOTING THE PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF HIS OR HER FELLOW CLASSMATES; ENSURING THE FAIR, RESPECTFUL TREATMENT OF HIS OR HER FELLOW STUDENTS, AND ESTABLISHING AN OVERALL CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT THAT FOSTERS DIGNITY AND RESPECT FOR ALL MEMBERS OF THE CLASS. THIS ASSESSMENT SHOULD ALSO IDENTIFY, AS APPROPRIATE, ANY FAILURES BY THE STUDENT TO FOSTER A CLIMATE OF DIGNITY, RESPECT AND ADHERENCE TO THE SHARP PROGRAM. ADDITIONALLY, IF THE RATED STUDENT COMMITTED A SUBSTANTIATED ACT OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT OR SEXUAL ASSAULT ON OR OFF DUTY, THE ASSESSMENT MUST NOTE THE INCIDENT.

(1) RATERS AND REVIEWERS WILL DOCUMENT ANY SUBSTANTIATED FINDING IN AN ARMY OR DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE INVESTIGATION OR INQUIRY, THAT A STUDENT COMMITTED AN ACT OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT OR SEXUAL ASSAULT ON OR OFF DUTY; FAILED TO RESPOND TO OR REPORT A SEXUAL HARASSMENT OR ASSAULT OF WHICH HE OR SHE HAD KNOWLEDGE; OR, RETALIATED AGAINST A PERSON MAKING A COMPLAINT OR REPORT OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT OR SEXUAL ASSAULT.

(2) THE RATER WILL MARK IN THE FIRST BOX OF DA FORM 1059-1, BLOCK 8, THAT THE EVALUATION IS A REFERRED REPORT. THE RATER WILL ALSO INCLUDE IN BLOCK 11 WHY BLOCK 8 WAS MARKED A REFERRED REPORT (E.G., “DOES NOT SUPPORT THE SHARP PROGRAM DUE TO OBSERVATIONS OF THE STUDENT FOSTERING IN AN UNHEALTHY CLASS ENVIRONMENT BY MAKING SEXUAL INNUENDOS”).

(3) THE REVIEWER WILL FURTHER COMMENT ON THE MATTER IN PART III, BLOCK 13, OF DA FORM 1059-1, AS APPROPRIATE.

(4) THE DA FORM 1059-1 WILL BE PROCESSED AS A REFERRED REPORT IN ACCORDANCE WITH AR 623-3 AND DA PAM 623-3.


8. THE POINT OF CONTACT FOR THIS HEADQUARTERS IS EVALUATION POLICY, AHRC-PDV-E, AT EITHER DSN 983-9019/COMMERICAL (502) 613-9019 OR USARMY.KNOX.HRC.MBX.TAGD-EVAL-POLICY@MAIL.MIL.


When was the last time YOU recited and lived by the NCO Creed?
 
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I totally agree and NCOs need to be held accountable for their actions. Should make the workplace more enjoyable not having to listen to crude jokes and what someone wants to do to the new private in S1.
 
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The policy of noting SHARP violations on evals is a great idea. But who is going to back it up.

If an NCO violates sharp policies and his rater wants to keep it off his NCOER, what checks and balances system is there to stop that NCOER from going through.

I have seen Senior NCO's commit SHARP violations, recieve letters of reprimand, and not have it noted on their NCOER because their "buddy" wants to look out for them.
 
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I have seen Senior NCO's commit SHARP violations, recieve letters of reprimand, and not have it noted on their NCOER because their "buddy" wants to look out for them.


Then your just a quilty for not pointing out the facts to the next level. "Checks and balances" start with NCO's and ends with NCO's. If one can not live by the vaules set fourth then then there is no way he can lead troops the proper way.

My advice to you is if you know for a fact what you stated then you might want to recheck your "Check and Balances" for the proper thing to do.

If you think I am accacking you, I'm in no way am I attacking you, just stating plaing facts!
 
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So with all the attention being paid to SHARP I guess people can go back to making racial or religion prejudice jokes instead of sexual jokes. Seems like EO has gotten put on that back burner and their are still EO violations occurring daily even more so than SHARP violations.
 
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Takes up space to write a good bullet. Already had to modify two NCOERs because of this. Should just as a yes/no block in the front in line with the Army values.
 
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Originally posted by TheWiseChief:
Already had to modify two NCOERs because of this.


Your unit is already making you do this too? It's suppose to be for "EVALUATIONS WITH A “FROM” DATE OF 28 SEPTEMBER 2013 OR LATER." Meaning there shouldn't be any NCOERs with these bullets for a few more months at least.
 
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I will let them know. Thanks.
 
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Good luck. I brought it up in my unit, didn't matter, we still have to put it on there regardless of the "from" date.

I understand why the Army is big on SHARP right now and I support it. But this is insane. If someone is convicted of sexual assault or harassment, then absolutely it should be on their NCOER, even though they shouldn't be in the Army much longer for it to matter. But now everyone else is basically going to have the same canned SHARP statement under leadership. It won't mean anything and could possibly be taking the place of a legitimate leadership bullet.
 
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Originally posted by iluvlamp:
...I understand why the Army is big on SHARP right now and I support it. But this is insane. If someone is convicted of sexual assault or harassment, then absolutely it should be on their NCOER, even though they shouldn't be in the Army much longer for it to matter. But now everyone else is basically going to have the same canned SHARP statement under leadership. ...


Agree 100% with each of those statements.


Be Proud of what you do- and do it Well! ~me
 
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