Defense civilian downsizing : challenges remain even with availability of financial separation incentives: report to the Chairman, Subcommittee on Readiness, Committee on Armed Services, House of Representatives
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Achieving Reduction Goals Air Force Air Force Base Air Logistics Center approach to civilian approach to downsizing Army Army's attrition and hiring authority to offer blue-collar workers civilian end-strength levels Civilian Force Reductions civilian personnel civilian reduction targets civilian work force Closure and Realignment Congress constraints Continues to Downsize costs Defense Force Management Defense managers Defense officials dod activities DOD Civilian End-Strength dod's approach Downsize Its Civilian employment dropped end of fiscal facilitate civilian downsizing financial separation incentives fiscal year 1992 Focus in Monitoring force imbalances future force higher graded hiring freezes imbalances resulting impact of rif industrial activities involuntary separations meet reduction targets military Monitoring Civilian Force numbers of persons offer incentives Oklahoma City percent problems resulting from dod's rif actions rif rights San Antonio saved grade/pay Secretary of Defense shape the civilian skill positions supervisors surplus positions Systems Command vacancies voluntary attrition Washington white-collar white-collar workers