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Author Terry, Tara L., author.

Title A methodology for determining Air Force Education Requirements Board (AFERB) advanced academic degree (AAD) requirements / Tara L. Terry, Albert A. Robbert, John E. Boon, Jr., Perry Shameem Firoz, S. Craig Moore.

Publication Info. 2013
Santa Monica, CA : RAND Corporation, [2013]

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Description 1 online resource (xv, 39 pages) : color illustrations
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
text file PDF rda
Series Research report
Research report (Rand Corporation)
Note "RAND Project Air Force."
"Prepared for the United States Air Force."
"RR-332-AF"--Back cover.
"This work was ... conducted within the Manpower, Personnel, and Training Program of RAND Project Air Force"--Preface.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (page 39).
Contents Outcomes of the current AAD process: analysis of officers earning advanced academic degrees, billet grade structure, and payback raises -- AAD production requirements model -- Conclusions and recommendations -- Appendix: AAD production calculation example.
Summary United States Air Force career field managers (CFMs) annually predict the number of billet vacancies that will require an officer who holds an advanced academic degree (AAD), and submit these requirements to the Air Force Education Requirements Board to fill the projected vacancies. The process requires CFMs to predict specific vacancies three to five years before they occur, which can be difficult and produces inaccuracies that can lead to a shortfall of officers qualified to fill positions that require an AAD or to an oversupply of officers with AADs, which unnecessarily increases Air Force costs. This report examines the Air Force process for producing, allocating, and assigning officers with master's and doctorate degrees. The authors find that a relatively low percentage of officers with master's or doctorate degrees were matched to a billet that requires that degree and academic specialty in fiscal years 2000 through 2010. The authors provide a methodology for determining the required production level of officers who earn AADs, and this report serves as a user's guide for the modeling tools that illustrate the methodology.
Note Print version record.
Subject United States. Air Force -- Personnel management.
United States. Air Force -- Officers -- Education (Higher)
United States. Air Force -- Officers -- Promotions.
United States Air Force Academy.
United States. Air Force. (OCoLC)fst00538280
United States Air Force Academy. (OCoLC)fst00537093
Air Forces
Military & Naval Science
Law, Politics & Government
Air Forces.
Law, Politics & Government.
Military & Naval Science.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Human Resources & Personnel Management.
Armed Forces -- Officers -- Promotions. (OCoLC)fst01351829
Armed Forces -- Personnel management. (OCoLC)fst00814620
Air Forces.
Military & Naval Science.
Law, Politics & Government.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Electronic books
Added Author Robbert, Albert A., 1944- author.
Boon, John E., Jr., 1959- author.
Firoz, Perry Shameem, author.
Moore, S. Craig, 1946- author.
Project Air Force (U.S.). Manpower, Personnel, and Training Program, sponsoring body.
United States. Air Force, sponsoring body.
Rand Corporation, issuing body.
Other Form: Print version: Terry, Tara L. Methodology for determining Air Force Education Requirements Board (AFERB) advanced academic degree (AAD) requirements 0833081292 (OCoLC)867481329
ISBN 9780833084750 (electronic bk.)
0833084755 (electronic bk.)
0833081292
9780833081292
Report No. RAND/RR-332-AF

 
    
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