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What is DCIPS?
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The Army Defense Civilian Intelligence Personnel System (DCIPS), a Title 10 Excepted Service Civilian Personnel System, is a mission-focused performance system that supports the complete human capital lifecycle for Army civilian positions, employees and organizations engaged in or in support of an intelligence or intelligence-related mission. >>READ MORE ABOUT DCIPS


Mission
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G-2 Intelligence Personnel Management Office (IPMO), (i.e., DAMI-CP), is Army's focal point for all aspects of the Defense Civilian Intelligence Personnel System (DCIPS). This includes responsibility for developing personnel management policy, programs, systems, and training. In addition, DAMI-CP represents Army and Intelligence Interests in management of the MI Civilian workforce.



Vision
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Exceptional Human Resource Management supported by responsible Personnel Management policies; sustaining a highly competent and committed work force; accomplishing the military intelligence mission.


dcips_lifecycle DCIPS Introduction DCIPS Occupational Structure DCIPS Employment and Placement AP-V 2005 DCIPS Compensation Administration AP-V 2006 DCIPS Foreign Language Compensation AP-V 2016 DCIPS Awards and Recognition AP-V 2008 DCIPS Performance Management AP-V 2011 DCIPS Performance Based Compensation AP-V 2012 DCIPS Discipline, Performance-Based Actions, and Adverse Actions AP-V 2009 DCIPS Professional Development AP-V 2010 DCIPS Employee Grievances AP-V 2014 DCIPS Adjustment in Force AP-V 2004 DCIPS Program Evaluation AP-V 2013

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