JQS

AcronymDefinition
JQSJava Quick Starter
JQSJoint Qualification System
JQSJob Qualification Standard
JQSJewish Quality Singles (website)
JQSJourney Quito to Santiago (South American tour package; G.A.P. Adventures)
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For more information, see the PERS-45J website at, http://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc/officer/Detailing/jointofficer/Pages/FAQs.aspx and view "JQS E-JDA Self Nomination" and "JQS E-JDA Discretionary Points."
Under JQS the following experiences may be eligible for E-JDA credit through the self-nomination process:
JQS also includes a grandfather clause permitting retroactive point credit dating back to Oct.
The JQS recognizes all joint experiences, including contingency operations with non-government or other military forces.
The JQS is divided into four levels based on how many points an officer has accrued.
The JQS also represents a "total force" approach that allows active and reserve component (RC) officers to earn the same joint qualifications.
The JQS will allow officers to earn joint qualification through a combination of joint education, experience, training and other military education.
The JQS, launched in the third quarter of 2005, aims to eliminate subjectivity and open up genuine opportunities for participation of qualified Nigerian contractors.
The Joint Experience Summary (JES) is the primary tool used by the JQS panels when reviewing submitted packages.
The JQS provides active and Reserve component officers an opportunity to earn joint qualifications upon completion of the requisite joint professional military education and completion of a full tour of duty in a joint assignment.
Point of contact is the JQS Manager, by phone at 901-874-3459/4682 or by email at JQSManager@navy.mil.
specifically the new DoD Joint Qualification System (JQS) which became effective 1 October 2007.