Navy Secretary Ray Mabus has directed a new set of policies and procedures to implement a program that supports ongoing efforts for professional growth among uniformed Navy and Marine Corps officers plus the supporting civilian workforce.
The Navy said Thursday the Full and Inclusive Review program will use the 360-degree review multi-rater assessment for all military and civilian supervisory personnel to provide feedback that will help evaluate, discover strengths and align resources used to a worker’s skillset.
“Effective implementation of FAIR, and the feedback provided by these reviews, will hone the skills of our future leaders and foster continued growth and excellence in the execution of our mission,” Mabus said.
The Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy, the Chief of Naval Operations and the Commandant of the Marine Corps will oversee FAIR implementation in their respective services.
The Navy has also launched a dedicated portal site that will provide information and register civilian executives for 360 assessments and further development of policy and training will continue through 2016.