Section 852 Fiscal Year 2008 Hiring Plan Career Field Interns Journeymen HQEs
Total Auditing 300 - - 300 Business, Cost Estimating, and 72 32 - 104 Financial Management Contracting 550 98 - 648 Facilities Engineering 15 - - 15 Industrial/Contract Property 27 - - 27 Management Information Technology 3 4 - 7 Life Cycle Logistics 48 15 - 63 Production, Quality, and 129 43 - 172 Manufacturing Program Management 55 15 1 71 Systems Planning, Research, 164 107 - 271 Development, and Engineering Test & Evaluation 1 46 - 47 Other 59 - 56 115 Total 1,423 360 57 1,840
(74) Recognizing the need for specialized training, both the Army JAG Corps and CID has taken full advantage of the additional personnel allotted for HQEs and SVPs.
To further provide the necessary experience, guidance, and expertise to both trial and defense counsel, the Army has hired seven HQEs to assist judge advocates.
(106) To keep balance in the system, three HQEs are assigned to the Trial Counsel Assistance Program (TCAP); two are assigned to the Defense Counsel Assistance Program (DCAP) (one of which has not yet been filled); one is assigned to OTJAG; and the remaining position is assigned to The Judge Advocate General's Legal Center and School.
The Army CID has hired seven HQEs of regional and often national renown credentials in sexual assault investigations and prosecutions.
Army Military Police School, and the seven HQEs in the fields of sexual assault, forensics, medical, and sex crimes prosecution.
The SVPs and HQEs can assist trial counsel in preparing for victim and witness interviews.
With the help of SVPs and HQEs, judge advocates can develop the expertise necessary to ensure that these cases are properly investigated and competently litigated.
The three HQEs assigned to TCAP may be contacted at (703) 588-5277; the two HQEs assigned to DCAP may be contacted at (703) 588-2571.