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					                        DIVISION OF MILITARY AND NAVAL AFFAIRS
                             FUNCTION IDENTIFICATION FORM
                             (Proponent’s MNAG-IC, Prescribing Directive is DMNA Reg 11-7)


                                                            Name                               Date
                                      Prepared By:
                                      Reviewed By:

Name/Title:
Directorate/Unit:
Area of Responsibility:

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DMNA Form 11-1, 15 AUG 08.                                                           Page 1-
                   DIVISION OF MILITARY AND NAVAL AFFAIRS
                        FUNCTION IDENTIFICATION FORM
This form should be completed by upper management responsible for specific areas of
operation.

Fill in the name, title, directorate, unit, and area of responsibility of the individual
completing the form.

List the functions and the responsible individuals for all functions related to the area of
responsibility.

A function is defined as:
1 A set of activities that carry out the primary responsibility of a unit and allow for
    meaningful internal control risk assessments and reviews.
2 One or more of the following: (1) activities that consume large amounts of time; (2)
    involve a large number of staff; (3) result in major work product; (4) address major
    organizational initiatives; (5) carry out significant objectives and goals of a unit; or
    (6) are new or undergoing major changes.
3 Generally, major functions should not include activities for too small a process or at
    too low a level. Activities that form part of a series of related activities in a unit may
    be considered together as one major function.
4 However, a function should not be identified so broadly that a meaningful review is
    not possible. Also, there may be cases where a relatively small activity is considered
    a major function. This may occur when an assessable unit, which is identified
    because it is organizationally distinct, has the responsibility for a function that is
    unique but relatively small in scope.
5 Generally, managers are in the best position to identify their units’ major functions in
    consultation with the agency’s ICO.
6 There is no minimum or maximum number of functions to be identified by a unit.




DMNA Form 11-1, 15 AUG 08.                                                       Instructions

				
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