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Federal Register / Vol. 64, No. 5 / Friday, January 8, 1999 / Notices

Promotes individual/team development; leads development of training programs for self and others.

 Mentoring/Employee Development

FACTOR:5. - COMMUNICATION

FACTOR DESCRIPTION:

This factor describes/captures the effectiveness of oral/written communications.

EXPECTED PERFORMANCE CRITERIA (Applicable to all contributions at all levels):

Work is timely, efficient, and of acceptable quality.  Communications are clear, concise, and at appropriate level.  Flexibility, adaptability, and decisiveness are exercised appropriately.

Descriptors indicate the type of contribution appropriate for the high end of each level.  Descriptors are not to be used individually to assess contributions, but rather are to be taken as a group to derive a single evaluation of the factor.

LEVEL DESCRIPTORS

DISCRIMINATORS

LEVEL I

Communicates routine task/status results as required.

Writes timely and accurate draft documentation.

Explains status/results of assigned tasks.

 Level of Interaction (Audience)

 Written

 Oral

LEVEL II

Interprets and communicates administrative procedures within immediate organization.

Prepares, coordinates, and consolidates documents, reports, or briefings.

Communicates/presents internal administrative/functional procedures and tasks internally and externally.

 Level of Interaction (Audience)

Written

 Oral

LEVEL III

Develops and advises on administrative procedures and communicates them to all levels, both internally and externally.

Prepares, reviews, and/or approves documents, reports, or briefings.

Explains and/or communicates administrative/functional procedures at all levels.

 Level of Interaction (Audience)

Written

 Oral

FACTOR:6. - RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

FACTOR DESCRIPTION:

This factor describes/captures personal and organizational utilization of resources to accomplish the mission. (Resources include, but are not limited to, personal time, equipment and facilities, human resources, and funds.)

EXPECTED PERFORMANCE CRITERIA (Applicable to all contributions at all levels):

Work is timely, efficient, and of acceptable quality.  Available resources are utilized effectively to accomplish mission.  Flexibility, adaptability, and decisiveness are exercised appropriately.

Descriptors indicate the type of contribution appropriate for the high end of each level.  Descriptors are not to be used individually to assess contributions, but rather are to be taken as a group to derive a single evaluation of the factor.

LEVEL DESCRIPTORS

DISCRIMINATORS

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