Laws.com announces Launch of DA 2166-8 NCO Evaluation Report form in legal document section of the site. The form can be downloaded at free of charge from laws.com
New York, NY (PRWEB) April 11, 2013
Laws.com announces the launch of the DA form 2166-8 in printer friendly PDF format. DA form 2166-8 is used for Army Evaluation Reporting System.
The Evaluation Reporting System (ERS) will assess the performance and the caliber of officers, Warrant officer to major general in wartime and normal situations. ERS will evaluate the performances of non-commissioned officers. The valuation of soldier’s medical, educational programs will also fall under the ERS process. The ERS program supports the life cycle of Army functions. The commanding General of the United States Army Human Recourses Command is the directing agency for the Secretary of the Army to carry out the successful ERS operation. All the evaluation reports will reach the Army Headquarters, and this will go for a final review. The authorities will determine the authenticity of the report and also the necessities of any further actions needed on the report. Incorrect information’s will be considered as a violation of guidelines and will be termed as unfair to a soldier and harmful to the Army.
The CDRs will examine noticeable errors and will submit their conclusions on the report. Then, the findings are attached to the reports.
The DA form 2166-8 is to be filled by the Supervising officers.
Availability of Evaluation Reporting System form:
Like the other Defense forms DA form 2166-8 is available on the website of United States Army documentation or can be supplied through the Army Chain of command. The form can also be downloaded from laws.com in PDF format, to download the form click DA form 2166-8 Evaluation Reporting System.
The evaluation gives a rating to the soldier; the scheme will show the name of the soldier and this will be published within the unit either manually or electronically, and changes in the rating schemes will be published and disbursed.
Rating officials will provide counseling on job requirements and professionalism and encouragement to subordinates as and when the situation arises.
Filling DA form 2166-8
Write down the name, social security number, contact particulars, rank, proper rates and codes that recognize the NCO.
You must start on with part II after furnishing the basic information. The appraising officer needs to provide their own information for the DA form 2166-8 in part II.
Information from high-ranking officers or reviewers who are presenting the assessing report to the NCO are required in boxes B and C. Signature of all reviewers and raters on the evaluation report is mandatory prior to dispatch. The specific evaluation report in the DA form 2166-8 is from part III and IV.
The evaluation has to be in accordance with the values of the Army. The evaluating officer who is in charge must scrutinize whether the NCO has taken the seven core values into consideration, then the officers can pass suggestions about the evaluation. On the second page of part IV the evaluator should comment on at least five skills of the NCO and skills are physical fitness, leadership qualities, training, responsibility, accountability and competency.
The evaluator is the final authority to determine the NCOs standards and skills. A general evaluation of the yearly performance of the NCO is carried out.
The evaluation report is ready to be submitted for the proper use. For completing the form, Laws.com legal forms section offers all the help and Laws.com has video guide on how to fill the DA form 2166-8.