Date Signed: 7/5/2022 | MARADMINS Number: 338/22
MARADMINS : 338/22

R 011635Z JUL 22
GENTEXT/REMARKS/1.  Situation.  In preparation for the FY23 slating season, MMOA will conduct the FY23 MMOA Command Visits and Virtual Roadshow.  Based on positive feedback from the FY22 Modernized Roadshow, where MMOA implemented town halls and workshops, and continued to leverage new and existing technology in the conduct of the virtual interviews, MMOA refined the Roadshow and will conduct in-person command visits and town halls, followed by virtual interviews during the timelines outlined below.
2.  Mission.  From August through October 2022, MMOA travels to designated locations to conduct a series of briefs, in-calls, and town halls. These events provide basic education to the enterprise of manpower fundamentals, supports direct engagement with senior leaders, and increases MMOA’s awareness of both unit and personal requirements across the force.  From October to December 2022, MMOA will conduct virtual interviews with eligible FY23 movers to gain a better understanding of each officer's personal and professional desires, as well as provide career mentorship while assisting Marines in making well-informed career decisions. Interviews with movers beyond FY23 are conducted as available per Primary Military Occupational Specialty (PMOS) monitor.
3.  Execution
3.A.  Intent
3.A.1.  Phase I (15 August to 29 October 2022).  Provide commands and individual officers with information pertaining to Manpower Management (MM) policies, procedures, and assignments via the MMOA Roadshow Brief, key leader/command engagements, and town halls.
3.A.2.  Phase II (3 October to 17 December 2022).  Conduct virtual interviews to provide an opportunity for individual officers to discuss future assignment options with their PMOS monitor.
3.B.  Concept of Operations.  The FY23 MMOA Command Visit schedule interacts along three lines of effort (LOE), to include the strategic, operational, and tactical LOE.  The strategic LOE encompasses MM staff principles conducting Senior Leadership Engagements (SLEs) with component commands.  The operational LOE involves informational briefs and meetings regarding current programs and policies affecting the officer corps.  The tactical LOEis the personal interview and interaction between individual officers and their PMOS monitors.
3.C.  Coordinating Instructions
3.C.1.  MMOA Command Visit timeline (read in three columns).
Location                          Date(s)      Responsible Agency
MCRD Parris Island, SC            15 Aug       MCRD PI/ERR
MCAS Beaufort, SC                 15 Aug       MCAS BEAUFORT
MCLB, Albany, GA                  15 Aug       MARCORLOGCOM
MCB Camp Lejeune, NC              17-18 Aug    MCIEAST
MCAS New River, NC                17-18 Aug    MCAS NEW RIVER
MCAS Cherry Point, NC             17-18 Aug    MCAS CHERRY POINT
Naval Spt Activity, Norfolk, VA   19 Aug       MARFORCOM*
Pensacola/Whiting, FL             22 Aug       MARDET, NAS
NAS Corpus Christi/Kingsville, TX 24 Aug       MARDET, NAS
SAW, Quantico, VA                 29 Aug       Director, SAW
MCWAR and CSC, Quantico, VA       29 Aug       Marine Corps Univ
EWS, Quantico, VA                 29 Aug       Marine Corps Univ
MCB Quantico, VA                  30-31 Aug    MCB Quantico
MCAS Yuma, AZ                     6 Sep        MCAS YUMA   
MCAGCC, 29 Palms, CA              6 Sep        MCAGCC  
MCRD San Diego, CA                8 Sep        MCRD SD/WRR
MCAS Camp Pendleton, CA           8-9 Sep      MCIWEST
MCAS Miramar, CA                  8-9 Sep      MCAS MIRAMAR
Okinawa, Japan                    12-13 Sep    III MEF/MCIPAC
MCAS Iwakuni, Japan               12-13 Sep    MCAS IWAKUNI
MCB/MCAS Hawaii                   15-16 Sep    MCB HAWAII
Camp Smith, Hawaii                16 Sep       MARFORPAC
Naval Spt Activity, Bahrain       23 Sep       5th MEB
USAG Stuttgart, Germany           26 Sep       MARFOREUR/AF
Pentagon, DC                      29 Sep       HQBN, Henderson Hall
Marine Barracks Washington, DC    18 Oct       Marine Bks Washington
MARFORCYBER, Fort Meade, MD       18 Oct       MARFORCYBER
NDU, Washington, DC               20 Oct       National Defense Univ
Naval War College, Newport, RI    TBD          Naval War College
USA War College, Carlisle, PA     TBD          USA War College
Air War College, Montgomery, AL   TBD          Air War College
CGSC, Fort Leavenworth, KS        TBD          USA CGSC
New Orleans, LA                   TBD          MARFORRES/SOUTH*
MacDill AFB, Tampa, FL            TBD          MARFORCENT*
USAG Humphreys, Korea             TBD          MARFORK**
*MMOA only conducts the MMOA Officer Manpower Brief and key leader/command engagements at these locations.  **MMOA conducts virtual command brief/key leader engagements at these locations.
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 facilitating dialogue during monitor interviews.
3.C.3.B.  Subject:  Information regarding the assignments process, career progression, and manpower programs and policies which officers require familiarity.
3.C.3.C.  Timeframe.  Approximate 90-minute brief.  
3.C.4.  Town halls.  The town hall intends to provide a forum for community-specific guidance.  The purpose of the town hall discussions is to have small-scale community-specific conversations regarding manpower management and career progression.  Town halls are coordinated with each monitor through unit community leadership (i.e. G-1, G-2, G-3, G-4, and G-6).
3.C.5.  MMOA Monitors conduct virtual interviews from 3 October to
17 December 2022.  
3.C.7.A.  Length.  15 minutes for O5 and below, 20 minutes for O6.
3.C.7.B.  Interview Scheduling.  MMOA Monitors publish individual interview schedules via their respective websites during the first week of August 2022.  Each monitor's website hosts a scheduling link with scheduling instructions.  Access instructions for the interview are provided via confirmation e-mail once an interview is scheduled.  Priority for interviews are given to FY23 movers. 
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 conduct detailed planning via separate correspondence with the MMOA command visit coordinators listed in this message. NLT five business days after the release of this MARADMIN, responsible agencies advise the MMOA command visit coordinators of any scheduling conflicts affecting any tenant commands listed in the locations above.
4.B.  Logistics
4.B.1.  Funding.  MM funds all travel, lodging, and rental vehicle expenses for the MMOA Command Visit team.  MMOA requires vehicle support while visiting Okinawa, Iwakuni, and Hawaii.
4.B.2.  Facilities.  MMOA requests facilities support from installations and supporting commands to facilitate the officer manpower brief and the manpower town halls.  The manpower brief location requires audio/visual support, and the manpower town halls require limited visual support.
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, MMOA POCs conduct detailed coordination with site coordinators via separate correspondence.
5.B.  This message is not applicable to the Marine Corps Reserve.
6.  Release authorized by MajGen Michael J. Borgschulte, Director, Manpower Management Division.//