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Career Program Policy Committee

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Career Program Policy Committee

The CPPC is a biannual intra-Army departmental committee established to provide a systematic process to identify and resolve issues, determine priorities, and make decisions to support the CPP.

Chaired by the DASA (CP), the members of the CPPC serve as the senior advisory group to recommend changes and improvements to career program policy and procedures. The CPPC forwards policy recommendations through DASA (CP) for the ASA (M&RA) concurrence and coordination with the appropriate Army Staff. All CPPC recommendations will consider policy implications, impact if not adopted, general resource requirements, and general priority in relationship to other Army initiatives. The CPPC ensures the CPP can sustain the requisite readiness of the Army Civilian Corps.

  1. Primary CPPC membership consists of all career programs represented by its functional chief (FC) or their designated representative. All CPPC primary members are voting members.
  2. Advisory CPPC membership consists of the Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff (ADCS), G–3/5/7 Director of Training, and the command G1/human resources directors from the U.S. Army Forces Command (FORSCOM); the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC); the U.S. Army Materiel Command (AMC); the U.S. Army Installation Management Command (IMCOM); the U.S. Army Medical Command (MEDCOM); the U.S. Army Corps of Engineer (USACE); and the Director, Civilian Human Resources Agency (CHRA). Advisory CPPC members are nonvoting members.
  3. The CPPC chair may invite Headquarters, Department of the Army (HQDA) and Joint general officers or senior executives to attend.
  4. The CPPC meets at least twice annually with a spring CPPC and a fall CPPC.
  5. Travel and per diem costs associated with CPPC are the responsibility of the home station organization of the attendee.

Working groups. The CPPC chair may establish working groups (WGs) to support the CPPC or other special CPP enterprise initiatives. Each WG assists the CPPC to accomplish its responsibilities and will forward appropriate issues from its area of interest to the CPPC.

  1. The CPPC recommends the WG composition and size to the DASA (CP) for approval. The WG composition will vary and may include career program and command representatives.
  2. DASA (CP) provides guidance to each WG.
  3. DASA (CP) Civilian Career Proponency Division (CCPD) chairs each WG and may invite subject matter experts,as needed.