Wilcher praises the dual structure at Metropolitan State University of Denver, where both the CDO and affirmative action officer
report to the president.
The game director must push for a first game-planning meeting with the sponsor in person, not just the action officer
(however many staff members participate in that first meeting, and however many slides they use to brief the objectives).
When he was appointed affirmative action officer
in 1994 by former fire chief Dennis Budd, Cowan found out that as part of its argument to lift the consent decree in 1988, the city said it was about to hire an additional 12 minority firefighters.
Major Turner served as an action officer
for the DT.
Once these capabilities are identified as requiring a materiel solution, the acquisition action officer
works with the acquisition community (program office) to identify the technologies needed to fulfill the needed capability.
Also, each page contains a discussion forum for each MOS for information and issue sharing that's monitored by the perspective MOS Action Officer
A NEW drug action officer
is hoping to help improve services for addicts in Stockton.
In addition, six Army action officers
(major/lieutenant colonel), six Air Force action officers
(major/lieutenant colonel), one Navy action officer
(lieutenant commander/commander), and one Marine Corps action officer
(major/lieutenant colonel) were assigned as joint action officers
First, each action officer
receives identical guidance, so there is no opportunity for a primary staff section leader to miscommunicate it.
Anne Dunne, regional project action officer
for South Wales, said, 'Across South Wales we probably had about 1,000 children who entered the competition, which was absolutely wonderful.
As Headquarters' action officer
, formulated and administered plans and policies to standardize and enhance transportation management procedures.
By the time her 12-hour shift ended, the staff action officer
had assisted 67 recruits.