TD&S also arranged for guest speakers from throughout USAICoE to address CTSSB attendees on significant events occurring within the intelligence community.
Battalion executive officers, company commanders, battalion S-2s, and PED and MI company platoon leaders were all represented at this year's CTSSB.
One of the board's recommendations was to hold the next CTSSB in five years, instead of three, to allow proper distribution of CTL updates to Army components and gauge their effects.
Training developers normally follow the CTSSB process when conducting a job analysis.
The RRS training development shop, in conjunction with the USAREC doctrine team and the SSI quality assurance team, hosted nine CTSSB panels during the first week and nine more panels during the second week.
By using the survey system, RRS can achieve greater consensus from field users and therefore conduct a more organized CTSSB proceeding.
The RRS commandant, who is also the proponent for career management field 79 (recruiting and retention), approved the USAREC operation order (OPORD) establishing the CTSSB tasking.
We need your attendance at the CTSSB
when we determine what it means to hold your MOS.
Through diligence and a detailed analysis of the requirements and responsibilities required of the FA53 officer, the CTSSB identified 37 critical tasks and the recommended venue for training.
Non-voting members in attendance were: COL Randall Mackey Commandant, LCIT LTC Michael Bowie Director, SIT MAJ Patrick Barnwell Chief, Officer Training Division, SIT MAJ Alprentice Smith FA53 Proponent Manager, OCOS Sylvia Mooney Chief, FA53 Course, SIT Manuel Maldonado FA53 Task Analyst, SIT SSG Gracie Saldana FA53 CTSSB Recorder, SIT
The FY05 CTSSB
for MOSs 96D and 96H recommended some changes that bring the skill sets of these two MOS closer together.
included the 250N, Network Management Technician and the Functional Area 53, Information Systems Management Officer.