Career Program 13 (cp-13) Supply Management Introduction




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Career Program 13 (CP-13) - Supply Management

Introduction

CP-13 is a civilian career program for Department of the Army Civilians in Defense Life Cycle Logistics as defined as Forecasting and Demand Planning, Supply Planning, Sourcing, and Inventory Management. Other areas of responsibility within CP-13 include accurately forecasting, identifying, and selecting supply sources, scheduling deliveries, receiving, verifying, and transferring products and authorizing supplier payments. CP-13 careerists analyze and manage inventory levels, capital assets, business rules, supplier networks, and agreements (to include import requirements) as well as conduct assessment of supplier performance. They perform functions in procurement to include disposal of defense system material and integration of multiple material sources. Included are spares and repaired parts in support of defense systems, as well as consumable materials such as ordnance, fuel, food, clothing, and medical supplies.

These functions could include Food Service, Water and Ice Service, Base camp Services, and Hygiene Services in a “theater environment”. CP-13 includes wage system and GS positions that perform functions that support the mission requirements of supply management support, planning and execution of mission requirements. Careerists in CP-13 are critical elements of supply management and support the materiel maintenance, transportation and distribution process.

CP-13 is comprised of Army Civilians working in locations in Army and Joint commands worldwide. Organizations performing supply management functions in Life Cycle Logistics consist of Logistics Design Influence, Integrated Logistics Support Planning, Product Support & Sustainment, Configuration Management, Reliability and Maintainability Analysis, Technical/Product Data Management, Supportability Analysis. Within Life Cycle Logistics some positions are identified as Acquisition, Technology and Logistics (AT&L) and have Life Cycle Logistics certification requirements. CP-13 careerists reside within Research Development and Engineering Centers; Analysis Centers; Test Ranges; Test Centers; Logistics Organizations, Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) Planning offices, and Headquarters; Army Headquarters, Army Command Headquarters, Joint Command and organizations. They also work in schoolhouses, bases, installations, and Army Depots.



Career Program Designation: CP-13

Commanders and managers work strategically hand-in-hand evaluating appropriate occupational series needed to meet mission requirements. Partnering with the servicing Civilian Human Resource (HR) offices, managers assign Career Program designation to positions based on a comparison of duties and assigned responsibilities to the description of CP-13 Supply Management duties and responsibilities per occupational series and in accordance with OPM’s work categories/classification guidance shown below. When the preponderance of duties are representative of maintenance functions, the position description should be coded CP-13 and this decision reflected in both FASCLASS and in the Defense Civilian Personnel Data System. CP-13 Career Unique Requirements are established to ensure a consistent process of announcing job opportunities and supports reaching a broad range of applicants. When questions arise over the appropriate Career Program designation or Career Unique Requirements, the HR specialist and/or manager should contact CP-13 Career Program Management Office for guidance at 804.765.0728.



Occupational Series Breakdown

CP - 13 Supply Management Occupational Series

Occupational Series

# of Careerists

Job Series

0050- Mortuary Specialist

6

GS

0301- Miscellaneous Administration and Program

368

GS

0303- Miscellaneous Clerk and Assistant

96

GS

0340- Program Management

16

GS

0343- Management and Program Analysis

14

GS

0346- Logistics Management

4,164

GS

0399- Administration and Office Support Student Trainee

7

GS

0802- General Engineering

8

GS

1101- General Business and Industry

14

GS

1104- Property Disposal

5

GS

1152- Production Control

1

GS

1601- Equipment, Facilities, and Services

2

GS

1658- Laundry Operations Services

6

GS

1667- Food Services

147

GS

1701- General Education and Training

1

GS

2001- General Supply

1,041

GS

2003- Supply Program Management

936

GS

2005- Supply Clerical and Technician

4,490

GS

2010- Inventory Management

803

GS

2030- Distribution Facilities and Storage Management

99

GS

2032- Packaging

72

GS

2091- Sales Store Clerical

373

GS

2099- Supply Student Trainee

12

GS

2101- Transportation Specialist

3

GS

2130- Traffic Management

2

GS

3101- Parachute Rigger

38

WG

3105- Fabric Worker

128

WG

3106- Upholsterer


18

WG

3111- Sewing Machine Operator

51

WG

5310- Kitchen/Bakery Equipment Repairer

17

WG

5317- Laundry and Dry Cleaning Equipment Repairer

6

WG

6901- Warehousing and Stock Handling

47

WG

6904- Tools and Parts Attending

243

WG

6907- Materials Handling

1,648

WG

6910- Materials Expediting

321

WG

6912- Materials Examining and Identifying

322

WG

6913- Hazardous Waste Disposing

27

WG

6914- Store Working

28

WG

7001- Packing and Processing

22

WG

7002- Packing

253

WG

7006- Preservation Servicing

82

WG

7009- Equipment Cleaning

53

WG

7301- Laundry, Dry Cleaning, and Pressing

11

WG

7304- Laundry Working

107

WG

7305- Laundry Machine Operating

59

WG

7401- Food Preparation and Serving

411

WG

7402- Baking

47

WG

7404- Cooking

1,789

WG

7405- Bartending

379

WG

7407- Meatcutting

9

WG

7408- Food Service Working

1,553

WG

7420- Waiter

742

WG

7601- Personal Services

20

WG

7603- Barbering

18

WG

Total

21,135






Occupational Series Exclusive to CP - 13

1104- Property Disposal Series

1107- Property Disposal Clerical and Technician

1140- Trade Specialist

1658- Laundry Operations Services

1667- Food Services

2005- Supply Clerical and Technician

2032- Packaging

2050- Supply Cataloging

2091- Sales Store Clerical

3101- Parachute Rigger

3105- Fabric Worker

3106- Upholsterer

3111- Sewing Machine Operator

5310- Kitchen/Bakery Equipment Repairer

6904- Tools and Parts Attending

6907- Materials Handling

6910- Materials Expediting

6912- Materials Examining and Identifying

6913- Hazardous Waste Disposing

6914- Store Working

7001- Packing and Processing

7006- Preservation Servicing

7009- Equipment Cleaning

7301- Laundry, Dry Cleaning, and Pressing

7304- Laundry Working

7305- Laundry Machine Operating

7401- Food Preparation and Serving

7402- Baking

7404- Cooking

7405- Bartending

7407- Meatcutting

7408- Food Service Working

7420- Waiter

7601- Personal Services

7603- Barbering

Current Population: April 2014 - 21,024 including Wage System Employees


Duties and Responsibilities

  • Reside typically at Headquarters Department of Army, Army Commands, Army Direct Reporting Units, Army Service Components Commands, Combatant Commands (COCOMs), Joint/Unified Commands, Program Executive Offices, Simulation Centers, Training Centers, Research Development and Engineering Centers, Test Centers, Army Depots, Base Installations offices, units, and joint basing activities.

  • Apply supply management concepts to include, Performance Based Logistics, provisioning support , inventory management theory and concepts, interrelationship of component, commodity, end item and weapons system supportability, technical and configuration management, supply management regulations, policy, and business rules.

  • Apply and integrate forecasting, demand planning, analytical techniques, data sources, and tools, allowing for the ability to maintain accountability and set retention levels of materiel and equipment.

  • Identify financial and budgeting impacts on requirements and provide solutions for corrective actions.

  • Define customer needs, operating environments and evaluate risks factors associated with inter-agency, Joint/Unified Commands supply plans or supply chain processes.

  • Identify financial and budgeting impacts on requirements and provide solutions for corrective

  • Justify and defend resource and budget requirements.

  • Evaluate the integration of supply/distribution/sustainment planning decisions across other areas within logistics.

  • Manage complex cost, schedule and performance issues.

  • Provide direct input of mission requirements to support supply planning efforts.

  • Provide guidance for the supply planning process and supply planning’s impact on force capabilities.

  • Demonstrate the ability to accurately forecast requirements, identify and select supply sources, schedule deliveries, receive, verify, and transfer product and authorize supplier payments.

  • Manage inventory levels, capital assets, business rules, supplier networks, and agreements (to include import requirements) as well as the assessment of supplier performance.

  • Manage and apply cataloging processes, inventory controls over equipment, spare parts in support of defense systems, as well as consumable materials such as ordnance, fuel, food, clothing, and medical supplies. In the theater, this could include Food Service, Water and Ice Service, Base camp Services, and Hygiene Services.

  • Ability to control and catalog requirements, forecast, procurement scheduling, distribution, overhaul, and disposal of materiel.

  • Provide strategic senior level, enterprise-wide leadership, direction, coordination, and oversight.

  • Define and apply accurate order fulfillment and expediting techniques.

  • Apply inventory accuracy/reconciliation analysis techniques.

  • Establish processes for inventory monitoring and audits, stock rotation requirements, and order expediting.

  • Demonstrate a working knowledge of Logistics Management Systems.

  • Gain subject matter expertise in functional areas.

  • Provide technical expertise to customers, users, and other logistics communities/users.

  • Interpret and apply statutory and regulatory requirements.

  • Demonstrate the ability to define and execute Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) processes as it pertains to Supply Management.

  • Ability to ensure meeting missions requirements in support of the warfighter and other than war environments while minimizing support costs and the logistics footprint.

  • Ability to identify and implement an overarching Integrated Logistics Support Planning guidance, strategic direction, and management of supply processes.

  • Ability to strategically plan, manage, and implement life cycle logistics priorities, resource requirements, master schedules, supply support plans, and execution of processes to meet mission requirements.

  • Demonstrate the ability to apply the principles of Life Cycle Logistics functions of supply management to support and optimize supply functions in enterprise and joint environments.

  • Train others in the appropriate use of supply maintenance and supportability principles.

  • Ability to understand and provide Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution (PPBE) data.


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