2020 Solicitation for FY20 DLA Enterprise Rotation Program

By Raymond Bibb DLA Land and Maritime People and Culture Directorate

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The developmental assignments have been posted for the Fiscal Year 2020 Defense Logistics Agency Enterprise Rotation Program.  Enterprise assignments are cross-organizational, at the general schedule 11 through 15 level, and range in length from 3 to 12 months. 

Assignments are available at several locations throughout the Agency and begin in January 2020 or shortly thereafter. Nominations are being accepted and due on or before Aug. 1, 2019.

Nominees aren’t eligible for assignments within their own J-code or their Major Subordinate Command under this program.  Employees in the Pathways to Career Excellence aren’t eligible to participate in a rotational assignment.

Travel and per diem for Enterprise rotations is centrally funded.  Assignments may be curtailed to no travel or limited to no more than six months.

Rotational assignments are a means of experiential development that not only increases the participant’s technical knowledge and skills, but also broaden insight into the Agency’s mission and functions, develops Enterprise perspectives which improve the knowledge and capabilities of the DLA workforce and develop skills that meet Agency needs.  Rotational assignments are considered long-term training and participants remain employees of the parent or nominating organization.

Nomination packages must be submitted through the appropriate chain of command to DLA Land and Maritime People and Culture Directorate and received before Thursday, Aug. 1, 2019, to be considered. 

Consolidated submissions with executive endorsement from DLA Land and Maritime will be forwarded electronically via encrypted email from the program manager.

The following must be included in the nomination package to receive consideration:

  1. DLA nomination application
  2. DLA executive sponsorship endorsement
  3. Travel estimate worksheet for non-local assignments
  4. Security clearance verification
  5. Acquisition-coded nominees must also include DAWIA certification and continuous learning certificates to ensure mandatory training requirements have been met prior to nomination

Packages must be submitted in final form and will be returned for grammatical errors, missing or incomplete forms.

Nomination documents, assignment descriptions, and program information are posted on the DLA Enterprise Rotation Program web page

If you have questions, please contact DLA Land and Maritime People and Culture Directorate Culture Division Program Manager at (614) 692-3518.