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The NCOER

Components, rating chain, types of reports…

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AR 623-205

CONCEPTS

Designed to strengthen the NCO Corps

Ensure selection of the best qualified NCOs

Improve performance and professional development

Assist in personnel management decisions

COMPONENTS OF THE NCOES

DA Form 2166-7-1

DA Form 2166-7

RATING CHAIN

Rater (Immediate supervisor for 90 days)

Senior Rater (Direct line of supervision for two rated months)

Reviewer (Officer, WO, E-9)

TYPES OF REPORTS

Annual

Change-of-rater (90 days minimum)

Complete-the-record

Relief-for-cause

COUNSELING

Primary purpose: improve performance & professionally develop the NCO

THE BEST COUNSELING IS ALWAYS FORWARD LOOKING.

COUNSELING AT THE END OF THE RATING PERIOD IS TOO LATE.

COUNSELING CHECKLIST

Follow the sequence on DA Form 2166-7-1

RULES TO REMEMBER

Face-to-face counseling is mandatory

Must use DA Form 2166-7-1

Initial counseling must be done within the first 30 days of each rating period

NCOER

DA Form 2166-7

NCOER PREPARATION

Part I – ADMINISTRATIVE DATA

Part II – AUTHENTICATION

NCOER PREPARATION

Part III – DUTY DESCRIPTION

NCOER PREPARATION

Part IV – VALUES/NCO RESPONSIBILITIES

NCOER PREPARATION

Part V – OVERALL PERFORMANCE AND POTENTIAL

Part V.a.& b. – Rater

Part V.c., d., e. – Senior Rater

REVIEWER RESPONSIBILITIES

Ensure NCOER completed properly

Ensure fairness

Overwatch of the system

KEY POINTS

No late reports

Meet suspense

Counsel the NCO

Don’t inflate the system

Justify your bullets

CAUTION!

You write the NCOER, not the NCO

Document performance

Each NCOER stands alone

Don’t be redundant

NCO REFUSES TO SIGN NCOER

NCO WANTS TO APPEAL NCOER


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