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Career Management
Your Career Field Manager (CFM) is the single most important person in your career development and in ensuring your success in the program.  Your CFM is a senior federal government employee at your host command.  They are the subject-matter experts when it comes to the technical requirements of your training and what will best prepare you for your future position.  You should be working with your CFM and/or supervisor when planning your training requirements while in the program.  If you do not know who your CFM is, contact your NACC Career Manager (CM) or Assistant Career Manager (ACM) or click the icon above to send an email to the Career Management Team.


Main points of contact at the NACC while you are in the program are the Career Manager (CM) and Assistant Career Manager (ACM). Brief overviews of what each does are below.


CM -  Provides guidance, consultation and assistance concerning career management and career services matters.  Monitors employee progress, conduct and performance.  Endorses IDPs/IDP Summaries, rotation requests and training requests.  Monitors employee graduation and final placement into a command position.  Ensures host commands will billet employees upon graduation of the program.


ACM - Provides guidance, consultation and assistance concerning career management and career services matters.  Reviews employee IDPs/IDP Summaries, rotation requests and training request for final review and endorsement by the CM.  Ensures employee graduation requirements are met.  Primary point of contact for travel related concerns. Processes personnel actions for employees

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