Date Signed: 5/31/2019 | MARADMINS Number: 324/19
MARADMINS : 324/19

R 311530Z MAY 19
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GENTEXT/REMARKS/1.  Situation.  In preparation for the FY20 slating season, MMOA will address individual and command concerns during the FY20 MMOA Command Visits, also known as the Officer Roadshow.
2.  Mission.  From August to December 2019, MMOA will visit designated locations to conduct a series of briefs, in-calls, staffing meetings, and interviews in order to update commands on manpower issues and assist Marines in making well-informed career decisions.
3.  Execution
3.a.  Intent.  Provide commands with information pertaining to Manpower Management (MM) policies, procedures and assignments, and facilitate opportunities for Marines to discuss future assignments with their PMOS monitor.
3.b.  Concept of Operations.  The FY20 MMOA Command Visit schedule will encompasses staff principles within MM conducting senior leadership engagements (SLEs) with component commands, informational briefs and meetings regarding current programs and policies affecting the officer corps, and personal interviews between individual officers and their PMOS monitors.
3.c.  Coordinating Instructions
3.c.1.  MMOA Command Visit Timeline
Location                          Date(s)      Responsible Agency
Naval Spt Activity, Norfolk, VA   12 Aug       MARFORCOM
MCB Camp Lejeune, NC              13-16 Aug    MCIEAST
MCAS New River, NC                13-16 Aug    MCAS NEW RIVER
MCAS Cherry Point, NC             13-16 Aug    MCAS CHERRY POINT
MCRD Parris Island, SC            19 Aug       MCRD PI/ERR
MCAS Beaufort, SC                 19-20 Aug    MCAS BEAUFORT
Naval War College, Newport, RI    26 Aug       Senior Marine, NWC
Air War College, Montgomery, AL   28 Aug       Senior Marine, Air WC
MCAGCC, 29 Palms, CA              5-6 Sep      MCAGCC
MCAS Yuma, AZ                     5-6 Sep      MCAS YUMA
MCB Camp Pendleton, CA            9-11 Sep     MCIWEST
MCAS Miramar, CA                  9-12 Sep     MCAS MIRAMAR
MCAS Camp Pendleton, CA           11-12 Sep    MCIWEST
MCRD San Diego, CA                12 Sep       MCRD SD/WRR
MCWAR and CSC, Quantico, VA       17 Sep       Marine Corps Univ
EWS, Quantico, VA                 18 Sep       Marine Corps Univ
SAW, Quantico, VA                 18 Sep       Director, SAW
Naval Spt Activity, Bahrain       24 Sep       5th MEB
USAG Stuttgart, Germany           27 Sep       MARFOREUR/AF
Pentagon, DC                      30 Sep-1 Oct HQSVC BN,
                                               Henderson Hall
MCB Okinawa, Japan                7-11 Oct     MCIPAC
MCAS Iwakuni, Japan               9-11 Oct     MCAS IWAKUNI
USAG Humphreys, Korea             11 Oct       MARFORK
MCB/MCAS Hawaii                   15-16 Oct    MCB HAWAII
Camp Smith, Hawaii                16 Oct       MARFORPAC
Ft Meade, MD                      22 Oct       MARFORCYBER
Marine Barracks Washington, DC    22 Oct       Marine Bks Washington
NAS Patuxent River, MD            22 Oct       MARDET, NAS
MCB Quantico, VA                  23-24 Oct    MCB Quantico
MacDill AFB, Tampa, FL            29-30 Oct    MARFORCENT
NAS Corpus Christi/Kingsville, TX 29-30 Oct    MARDET, NAS
CGSC, Ft Leavenworth, KS          5 Nov        Senior Marine, CGSC
Pensacola/Whiting, FL             4-5 Nov      MARDET, NAS
Army War College, Carlisle, PA    6 Nov        Senior Marine, ArmyWC
National Defense University, DC   12 Nov       Senior Marine, NDU

3.c.2.  MMOA Roadshow website https:(slash)(slash)www.manpower.usmc.mil/webcenter/portal/MMOA/page17
3.c.3.  Officer Manpower Brief
3.c.3.a.  Target Audience:  All officers.  Maximum participation is essential to facilitate dialogue during monitor interviews.  At installations with significant aviation MOS populations, the aviation monitors will provide a concurrent roadshow brief tailored to the aviation community.
3.c.3.b.  Subject:  Information regarding the assignments process, career progression, and manpower programs and policies for which officers need familiarity.
3.c.3.c.  Timeframe.  Approximately 90 minute brief.
3.c.4.  Interviews
3.c.4.a.  Length.  15 minutes for O5 and below, 20 minutes for O6.
3.c.4.b.  Interview Scheduling.  Contact your respective site coordinator.  The FY20 site coordinator roster will be posted on the MMOA Roadshow website NLT 1 July 2019.
3.c.4.c.  Monitor Availability.  The monitor availability roster provides information regarding which monitors will be in attendance at each site, and will be posted on the MMOA Roadshow wesbite NLT 1 July 2019.
4.  Administration and Logistics
4.a.  Administration.  Responsible agencies listed in paragraph (3.c.1.) must assign a site coordinator for each location.  Site coordinators will conduct detailed planning via separate correspondence with the MMOA command visit coordinators listed in this message.  NLT five business days subsequent to the release of this MARADMIN, responsible agencies will advise the MMOA command visit coordinators of any scheduling conflicts affecting any tenant commands listed in the aforementioned locations.
4.b.  Logistics
4.b.1.  Funding.  MM will fund all travel, lodging, and rental vehicle expenses for the MMOA Command Visit team.
4.b.2.  Facilities.  Facilities are requested to support both the officer Manpower Brief and the monitor interviews.  The brief location requires audio/visual support and the interview location requires internet connectivity and sufficient power outlets.
5.  Command and Signal
5.a.  Site Coordinator.  Serve as the primary point of contact for MMOA Command Visit coordination.  Upon the release of this message, the MMOA POCs will conduct detailed coordination with site coordinators via separate correspondence.
5.b.  Network Access.  Each member of the MMOA Command Visit team will arrive with an official, authorized MCEN laptop, and requires access to an active network data port in order to best serve officers during their interviews.  All hosting commands must submit a port security exemption request to their respective G-6, and prepare to support the team with up to 23 data drops.  For austere locations that are limited in communication resources, MMOA will travel with one 16-port Linksys dumb HUB that has an approved waiver from CMC (C4) through CY19.  Hosting commands that require a copy of the waiver should contact the MMOA POCs NLT 30 days prior to the visit.  The team is unable to travel with data support personnel and will require at least two network support specialists to remain present at the interview site for the duration of the visit.
5.c.  Printer and Phone Support.  The MMOA Command Visit team requires one networked printer, and one commercial and DSN-capable phone at each interview location.
5.d.  This bulletin is not applicable to the Marine Corps Reserve.
6.  Release authorized by MajGen Craig C. Crenshaw, Director, Manpower Management.//