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					CIVILIAN PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT SERVICE




                   Briefing for

   Defense Leadership and Management Program
        (DLAMP) Class of 2002 Orientation

             Program Overview
                September 30, 2002
      DLAMP – Intended Outcome



  DLAMP is the education pillar of the
   Secretary of Defense civilian leader
development process that, when combined
with increasingly responsible assignments
  and other developmental experiences,
prepares individuals for senior leadership
     positions in a joint environment.

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            DLAMP Refocused

USD(P&R) memo, 12/21/01:
• Uphold original tenet – we need to develop highly capable
  senior civilian executives with a joint perspective on
  managing the Department’s workforce and programs
• Refocus and streamline the program in line with the
  Department’s new strategic direction for civilian human
  resources management
• Make the program more flexible, cost-effective, and
  efficient in meeting short- and long-term requirements for
  highly capable civilian leaders
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               Program Elements –
               Formal Education
• Participants without an advanced degree may earn a
  master’s degree through:
   – A PME program that confers an accredited degree, or
   – An accredited university
       • Full-time study (100 David O. “Doc” Cooke Fellowships)
       • Part-time study
• Participants with an advanced degree may attend up to 6
  graduate courses in business management and public
  policy areas
   – Participant and supervisor will assess need
   – Participant will enroll at an accredited university (local area
     or on-line)
   – DLAMP will administer and fund attendance
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             Program Elements –
             Professional Military Education

• Provides the leadership component of DLAMP
• Provides a thorough education in national security
  policy, studies, and decision-making
   – Foundation program at NDU School for National
     Security Executive Education (SNSEE)
      • 2 courses in leadership
      • 3 courses in national security
      • Stand-alone courses taught in two-week blocks
   – Senior-level PME
      • Resident
      • Non-resident
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              Other Elements


• Backfill
   – Provided for 25 percent of students on long-term
     training
   – Applies to resident PME and full-time education
     fellowships
• Rotational assignments
   – Encouraged (Component option)
   – Not funded by DLAMP
   – Under reconsideration at this time

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                 DLAMP Progression Model
                      Completion of DLAMP Requirements

        Professional Military                                   Up to 6 courses in
             Education
 5     (10 months – resident,
                                                               business and public
                                                                 policy through
        or 24 months – non-
                                                                tuition assistance
              resident)
 4                                     Leadership courses          (24 months)
       Courses at School for              at School for
                                        National Security      Professional Military
        National Security                                         Education (10
 3     Executive Education            Executive Education
                                                               months – resident, or
           (18 months)                     (6 months)
                                                                24 months – non-
                                                                     resident)
 2     Master’s degree through          Up to 6 courses in
       Cooke Fellowship (24-           business and public     Courses at School for
        36 months) or tuition         policy through tuition    National Security
          assistance (36-48                 assistance         Executive Education
               months)                     (24 months)             (18 months)
         Education Track               Round-Out Track             PME Track




 1                  All participants attend Orientation


Year                             Admission to DLAMP                                    7
       Management Structure

   DLAMP Council
     Chair – ASD(FMP)

     Executive Secretary – DASD(CPP)

   CPMS, DLAMP Office
   Joint Working Group
   Component DLAMP Representatives



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           Demographics
                       Class of     Classes
                        2002      1997 - 2002
Participants             272         1663

Gender                66% / 34%   64% / 36%
(male/female)
Education (advanced     75%          74%
degree)
Location (NCR)          48%          58%
Average Grade           13.7         14.0

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         Future Actions

The following are under consideration:
• Requirement for rotational assignment
• Requirement for formal mentoring
• Establishment of a Candidate Development
  Program



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DEVELOPMENTAL FRAMEWORK

  Graduate
                               SNSEE
  Education
                               Courses

               Individual
            Development Plan


 Professional              Round-Out
 Military                    Courses
 Education

				
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