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— NEW INSTRUCTION BUPERINST 1610.10A (20 SEP 05) CHANGES

— EFFECTIVE 15 JUNE 2006 IT WILL BE MANDATORY FOR EVALS TO BE


SUBMITTED TO NAVPERS FOR THE OFFICIAL MASTER FILE.
— SUB--CATEGORIZATION OF BLOCK 21 MANDATORY OF ANYONE WITH AN
SUB
APPROVED RESIGNATION OR RETIRMENT/TRANSFER TO FLEET RESERVE.
— REMOVED CERTAIN RESTRICTIONS ON THE COMMENTS SECTION.
— NAVPERS MAY RECEIVE NON-
NON-ADVERSE REPORTS WHEN THE REPORTING
SENIOR CERTIFIES IN THE SIG BLOCK ƠCERTIFIED, COPY PROVIDEDơ.
COMMAND SHALL NOT SEND COPY IF SIGNED LATER. VICE (UNSIGNED
ADVANCE COPIES)
— REMOVED REQUIREMENT TO SUBMIT CLOSEOUT (PROMOTION/FROCKING)
FOR E1-
E1-E5 EXCEPT WHEN GOES OVER 15 MONTHS.
— REQUIRING COMMENT ON RETENTION EFFORTS ON MEMBERS IN LEADERSHIP
POSITIONS.
— REQUIRE REPORTING SENIOR TO ADD SUMMARY GROUP AVERAGE ON ALL
EVALS.
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— ALLOW E6 TO BE DESIGNATED AS THE RATER OR SENIOR RATER ON E4 AND
BELOW EVALS.
TRAIT GRADES
— 5.0 - SUPERSTAR PERFORMANCE ƛ COULD PROMOTE 2 PAYGRADES AND
STILL STANDOUT.
— 4.0 - ADVANCED PERFORMANCE ƛ FAR MORE THAN PROMOTION ƛ READY
IN THIS TRAIT NOW.
— 3.0 DEPENDABLE ƛ FULLY QUALIFIED ƠJOURNEYMAN PERFORMANCEơ.
CAN HANDLE NEXT HIGHER PAYGRADE.
— 2.0 - PROMISING PERFORMANCE ƛ NEEDS DEVELOPMENT.

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EVAL COMMENTS BLOCK 43

— THE
EVALUATION IS FROM THE
REPORTING SENIOR TO THE
SELECTION BOARDS/DETAILERS.
PREPARE FOR YOUR ANNUAL EVAL AHEAD
OF TIME

— - KEEP NOTES OF ACCOMPLISHMENTS


— - LIST JOBS ASSIGNED.
— - COLLATERAL ASSIGNMENTS
— - VOLUNTEER WORK
— - BOARDS/WORKING GROUPS
— - GET COPY OF MID-
MID-TERM COUNSELING
  

— WRITE A ROUGH DRAFT.  



   
 
— BE CONSISE (USE BULLET STYLE)
— USE DAILY LANGUAGE (BEING FLOWERY LOSES THE
MESSAGE)
— LET PERFORMANCE SPEAK. BE SPECIFIC, USE
NUMBERS WHEN AVAILABLE. (HAD A 90 PERCENT
RETENTION RATE)
— CLARITY. WRITE SO UNDERSTANDABLE BOTH NOW
AND IN THE FUTURE. DONƞT OVERDUE ACRONYMS
TO SAVE SPACE.
   


- ITEMS TO CONSIDER INCLUDING


- RESPONSIBILTIES ƛ CUSTOMERS SERVED
- GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF JUNIORS
- SPECIFIC ACCOMPLISHMENTS FOR COMMAND/NAVY AND RESULTS
- PERSONNEL SUPERVISED
- RETENTION EFFORTS AND RESULTS
- QUALIFICATIONS ACHIEVED DURING REPORTING PERIOD
- EDUCATIONAL COURSES COMPLETE AND DIPLOMAS
- PERSONAL AWARDS RECEIVED
- CIVIC ACTIVITIES
WRITING YOUR EVAL
— HAVE A LEAD IN STATEMENT
— Ranked number 1 of xx highly competitive First Class Petty Officers.
— A superstar First Class, ranked among the best I have served with in xx
years, definitely an Early Promote Sailor.
— Clearly my number 1 of xx Outstanding First Class Petty Officers on
board!
— My number 6 of xx superb First Class Petty Officers. Already
performing at the level of a seasoned Chief Petty Officer.
— My number 3 of 105 Outstanding First Class Petty Officers on board.
Already performing at the Chief Petty Officer level. A must select!
— A Must Promote only because of forced distribution, equal to Early
Promote.
WRITING YOUR EVAL CONTƞD
— USE BULLETS TO SHOW PERFORMANCE.
— - Consistently produced outstanding results during 15 underway replenishments, 200 wet
well amphibious operations, small boat operations, and exterior material preservation.
— - A team player from the start, involved in every facet of my command; cornerstone of
my ESWS program and founding member of Socrates Mentorship program. Dedicated to
recognizing and mentoring troubled young Sailors - tremendous results!
— - Excellent Technical Control Manager. His outstanding performance as CWO was crucial
to the division earning a score of 98.2 percent on the Comprehensive Communications
Assessment and being awarded a fourth consecutive Green "E".
— - As LPO, his superior leadership and administrative ability were vital to the outstanding
execution of numerous Joint Exercises.
— - A true leader, setting the example for all to follow. Initiated a divisional PT program,
ensuring all his personnel were within body fat standards. A key player in the
Command's EAWS/ESWS Training Program. A highly valued member of the Damage
Control Training Team, dedicates countless hours of off duty time training and qualifying
personnel in 3M and DC.
WRITING YOUR EVAL CONTƞD
— - Proactive member of the First Class Petty Officer Association. Instrumental in the creation
of a successful mentoring program that provided motivation and direction for young Sailors in
achieving career and life goals.
— - As Departmental Career Counselor, he advised and tracked the professional development for
132 personnel directly contributing to the commandƞs high retention rating and winning of the
Golden Anchor Award.
WRITING YOUR EVAL CONTƞD

— CLOSING STATEMENT
— Petty Officer Ship is clearly one of the Navy's finest Career Counselors and is strongly
recommended for the LDO/CWO program and a Must Select for Chief Petty Officer.
— Petty Officer Jones is ready for Chief Petty Officer and be assigned to the most challenging
assignment.
— ƠSELECT TO CHIEF PETTY OFFICER NOW!!ơ
— Petty Officer Lawson is sought out regularly by personnel throughout the Command for his
leadership, guidance, and counseling. I most strongly recommend him for selection to Chief
Petty Officer.
— Most strongly recommended for immediate advancement to Chief Petty Officer.
— Strongly recommended for promotion to Chief Petty Officer and selection to LDO program!
WHAT MAKES AN ADVERSE EVAL

— GRADE OF 2.0 IN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY


IS ADVERSE.
— ANY COMMENT SUGGESTING
PERSISTENT WEAKNESSESS
— CONTINUNIING INCAPACITY OR
UNSUITABILITY FOR A SPECIFIC
ASSIGNMENT OR PROMOTION
EXAMPLES
EARLY PROMOTE
— My number 3 of 65 Outstanding First Class Petty Officers on board.

— - Recognized expert in all facets of Surface and Aviation Supply. Personally


automated every aspect of the Functional Area Supervisor responsibilities
and eliminated the potential for accounting discrepancies within the
SUADPS database.
— - Instrumental in the successful conversion of SAIPAN to the Navy Working
Capital Fund with zero inventory discrepancies. Decisively took charge of
the SUADPS annual closeout, maintaining a constant liaison with ADP to
ensure a highly efficient and successful evolution. Qualified as Duty Fire
Marshal, thereby improving the Command's watch standing flexibility and
providing relief to Engineering personnel.
— - A true leader, setting the example for all to follow. Initiated a divisional
PT program, ensuring all his personnel were within body fat standards. A
key player in the Command's EAWS/ESWS Training Program. A highly
valued member of the Damage Control Training Team, dedicates countless
hours of off duty time training and qualifying personnel in 3M and DC.
— Already performing at the Chief Petty Officer level. A must select!
MUST PROMOTE
— My number 20 of 105 Outstanding First Class Petty Officers on board. Early Promote
Performer.

— - Highly polished and professional leader who is extremely knowledgeable in all facets
of Amphibious Flight Deck Operations.
— - Displays mature decision-
decision-making in the dynamic Flight Deck environment. Superb
training and leadership of his Sailors allowed SAIPAN to conduct over 3,000 launches
and recoveries and over 1,000 mishap-
mishap-free aircraft moves during high tempo
deployed operations. His Flight Deck Team earned accolades from embarked
commanders as the "Top Amphibious Air Department on the East Coast." Expertly
managed CSMP for a division with 30 spaces. Submitted and prioritized over 65 work
requests for upcoming Complex Overhaul.
— - Involved leader who displays genuine concern for his Sailors' personal and
professional development. Provides career guidance to over 60 Sailors and mentored
10 reenlistments. Received scores of 100 and 98 percent during Logistics
Management Assist Assist and LMA.

— Ready now for selection to Chief Petty Officer.


PROMOTABLE
— Reporting just weeks prior to deployment to the SIXTHFLT AOR, he quickly
established himself as an integral member of Operations Department and Combat
Information Center Watch Organization.
— - Technical expert in Air and Surface Warfare operations. Specifically assigned to
coordinate and execute duties as both the Air Warfare and Surface Warfare
Commander during advanced training conducted during JTFEX, MEUEX, SOCEX and
CERTEX. Provided tactical decision-
decision-makers with accurate and timely information for
effective control and battlespace management.
— - Exceptional mentor. Continuously initiates and conducts in in--rate training with junior
personnel at every opportunity. An effective team-
team-builder. Maximizes all available
resources. Taps the strengths of every man under his guard.
— - Recently assigned the duties and responsibilities as Chief Mess Deck Master-
Master-at
at--Arms
on one of the Navy's largest afloat platforms. Directly responsible for the supervision
and management of over 50 Navy and Marines. His dedication and perseverance to
providing quality service was instrumental in establishing the Navyƞs Test Platform for
continuous serving program, feeding over 2,400 Navy and Marines daily.
QUESTIONS