MILPER Number: 17-216
FY19 Colonel Army Competitive Category (ACC) Centralized Selection List (CSL) – Command/Key Billet Boards
B. DA Memo 600-2 (Policies and Procedures for Active Duty List Officer Selection Boards), 25 September 2006.
C. DA Pam 600-3 (Commissioned Officer Professional Development and Career Management), 26 June 2017.
D. DA Pam 600-4 (Army Medical Department Officer Development and Career Management), 27 June 2007.
E. AR 608-75 (Exceptional Family Member Program), 27 January 2017.
F. AR 623-3 (Evaluation Reporting System), 4 November 2015.
G. FY19 Chief Of Staff of the Army Slating Guidance, TBD.
H. AR 600-8-29 (Officer Promotions), 25 February 2005.
I. AR 640-30 (Photographs for Military Human Resources Records), 29 March 2017.
J. AR 600-8-104 (Army Military Human Resource Records Management), 7 April 2014.
K. AR 600-8-22 (Military Awards), 25 June 2015.
L. AR 600-9 (The Army Body Composition Program), 28 June 2013.
M. Army Directive 2017-08 (Competitive Categories for Commissioned Officers and Warrant Officers Serving on the Active Duty List and the Reserve Active Status List), 15 February 2017.
1. This message will expire NLT 1 July 2018.
2. Headquarters Department of the Army (HQDA) selection boards convene (in accordance with (IAW) paras 2.a. – 2.d. below) to consider eligible Colonels (COL) (date of rank to Colonel of 1 January 2016 and after) and promotable Lieutenant Colonels (LTC) for assignment to Centralized Selection List (CSL) – Command/Key Billet designated positions projected for fiscal year (FY) 2019 (1 October 2018 – 30 September 2019).
a. Operations (OPS) Command Board meets 18-27 October 2017. My Board File (MBF) opens on 18 August 2017 and closes 9 October 2017. Command Preference Designation (CPD) will be open 6-27 September 2017.
b. Operations Support (OS) Command/Key Billet Board meets 16-20 October 2017. MBF opens on 18 August 2017 and closes 9 October 2017. CPD will be open 6-27 September 2017.
c. Force Sustainment (FS) Command/Key Billet Board meets 16-20 October 2017. MBF opens on 18 August 2017 and closes 9 October 2017. CPD will be open 6-27 September 2017.
d. Information Dominance (ID) Command/Key Billet Board meets 17-20 October 2017. MBF opens on 18 August 2017 and closes 9 October 2017. CPD will be open 6-27 September 2017.
3. Requirement of physical readiness: In order to ensure leaders are fully prepared to perform the full range of their responsibilities, all officers selected by a centralized board to serve as a Commander or in a Key Billet are required to meet the physical demands and deployment requirements associated with the Command/Key Billet in which they serve.
4. Opt-in board: Eligible officers must take action to be considered for the FY19 COL CSL selection board. Officers must log into the CPD tool (see paragraph 13) and choose to compete for Command. Certification of MBF does not constitute opting in. Officers who do not log into CPD and submit their preference to compete will not be considered by the FY19 COL CSL selection board and the officer’s MBF will be deleted after the CPD closes. Promotable Lieutenant Colonels and officers who have a date of rank to COL of 1 January 2016 and after are eligible to compete for Colonel CSL Command.
5. Eligible officers who choose “not to compete” for Command or Key Billet should log into the CPD tool prior to the convening date of the board and follow step one (1) and step two (2) and opt out of the FY19 CSL Board. Officers lose one of three opportunities of eligibility by opting out of the board. Officers will not be considered by the CSL selection board if they do not log into the CPD and submit their preference to compete. Officers MBF will be deleted after CPD closes. Eligible officers choosing not to compete for FY19 boards may compete in subsequent boards provided they meet eligibility requirements.
6. Officers should expect to command or serve in key billets for 24 months or as needed due to operational requirements. Once the FY19 Colonel Command/Key Billet lists are approved, officers on the lists may be activated early to fill unforecasted vacancies that occur prior to 1 October 2018.
7. Officers selected for Senior Service College (SSC) and Command/Key Billet, will be slated to assume Command or Key Billet after successful completion of SSC.
8. The selection boards will convene according to Officer Personnel Management System (OPMS) functional categories. The categories are OPS, OS, FS, and ID.
9. Officers selected by the FY19 boards will be selected for Commands and Key Billets under the following command categories: Operations, Strategic Support, Recruiting and Training, Installation, and Key Billet. The Key Billet category only pertains to officers who have been designated into a functional area.
10. Officers can only be selected as a principal in one command category. Officers selected as alternates may be considered for activation to any eligible category (IAW para 10 a./b./c./d.). The Command/Key Billet categories are listed below:
a. Operations – brigade sized units, expeditionary in nature and deployable worldwide with an approved Table of Organization and Equipment (TO&E); joint organization and special mission units (SMU) providing the fighting power available to combatant or joint task force Commanders, with a primary mission to deploy to a theater of combat operations. Key General Staff positions (e.g. G1, G2, G6, and G8) are represented within this subcategory.
b. Strategic Support – brigade sized units, mainly approved Table of Distribution and Allowances (TDA) units focused on providing support such as analysis, intelligence, communications, engineer, logistics, and technology to a theater.
(1) Field Artillery and Air Defense Artillery officers, will be eligible to compete in subcategory (D13R) Field Artillery/Air Defense (Fires) – Strategic Support, to lead a Battlefield Coordination Detachment (BCD).
(2) Career Branch Cyber (17A and 29A) coded officers are eligible to compete in category (E17R) for two Cyber Brigade Commands only (Principal or Alternate selection). Cyber (17A and 29A) coded officers are not eligible to compete for command in any other subcategory.
(3) Effective FY19, Explosive Ordnance Officers (EOD/89E) are eligible for Logistics (F90R) CSL Strategic Support Commands.
(4) Branch Immaterial (01A) – Strategic Support (Z01R), includes the Warrior Transition Brigade (WTB) and the Base Support Group (Shape) positions (Principals or Alternates). All eligible OPS, OS, and FS officers IAW 10 a./b./c. may compete for command in this subcategory effective FY15.
(a) Effective FY19, Finance Branch Officers (36A) are not eligible to compete for any Branch Immaterial billets.
(b) Effective FY19, Explosive Ordnance Officers (EOD/89E) are eligible for Branch Immaterial (01A) CSL Strategic Support Commands (Z01R).
c. Recruiting and Training – is focused on generating Soldiers into conventional and Special Mission Units of the US Army and sister services, typically TDA organizations that support the training of units from the Army and sister services
(1) Effective FY19, Explosive Ordnance Officers (EOD/89E) are eligible for Logistics (F90T) Training Commands
(2) Branch Immaterial (01A) – Recruiting and Training (Z01T) – is focused on generating Soldiers into conventional and special mission units of the US Army and sister services; typically TDA organizations that support the training of units from the Army and sister services.
(a) Effective FY19, Finance Branch Officers (36A) are not eligible to compete for any Branch Immaterial billets.
(b) Effective FY19, Explosive Ordnance Officers (EOD/89E) are eligible for Branch Immaterial (01A) CSL Recruiting and Training Commands (Z01T).
d. Installation – support tenant units or activities in a designated geographic area by organizing, directing, coordinating, and controlling installation support and service activities. These are TDA organizations, both CONUS and OCONUS, dedicated to supporting and protecting Army Soldiers, Civilians, and their Families. They are accountable for critical mission areas such as mobilization, public works, real property management, and local civil authorities/host nation rapport.
(1) Effective FY19, Finance Branch Officers (36A) are not eligible to compete for any Branch Immaterial billets.
e. Key Billet – duty assignment at the COL rank requiring specific, highly developed skills, and experience that is deemed so critical to a unit’s mission that an officer is selected for assignment by HQDA. Key Billet officers exercise judgment and recommend actions to the Commander. They principally manage resources and oversee processes that operate in a leadership environment.
11. Separate selection boards will convene as follows:
a. OPS Command Board meets 18-27 October 2017 to select Commanders in the following subcategories:
|D12R||Engineer Strategic Support||12|
|D13P||Field Artillery Operations||13|
|D13R||Field Artillery/Air Defense (Fires)||13, 14|
|D13T||Field Artillery Training||13|
|D14P||Air Defense Artillery Operations||14|
|D14T||Air Defense Artillery Training||14|
|DV0R||Aviation Strategic Support||15|
|DV6R||Aviation Maintenance Strategic Support|
*(Previous Key & Developmental Experience in
Aviation Maintenance Commands Required)
|DV6T||Aviation Maintenance Training|
*(Previous Key & Developmental Experience in
Aviation Maintenance Commands Required)
|D18P||Special Forces Operations||18|
|D18T||Special Forces Training||18|
|D31P||Military Police Operations||31|
|D31R||Military Police Strategic Support||31|
|D31T||Military Police Training||31|
|D37P||Military Information Support Operations||37|
|D38P||Civil Affairs Operations||38|
|D74R||Chemical Strategic Support||74|
|D02P||Combat Arms (Maneuver) – Operations||11, 12, 13, 19|
|D02R||Combat Arms (02A) – Strategic Support||11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 18, 19|
|D02T||Combat Arms – Training||11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 18, 19|
|D02X||Combat Arms (02A) – Installation||11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 18, 19|
|D04R||Asymmetric Warfare Group||11,18|
|D05T||Combat Arms (Maneuver) – Training||11, 12, 13, 19|
|Z01R||Branch Immaterial (01A) – Strategic Support||11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 18, 19, 31, 37, 38, 74|
|Z01T||Branch Immaterial (01A) – Recruiting & Training||11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 18, 19, 31, 37, 38, 74|
|Z01X||Branch Immaterial (01A) – Installation||11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 18, 19, 31, 37, 38, 74|
b. OS Command/Key Billet Board meets 16-20 October 2017 to select Commanders/Key Billets in the following subcategories:
|E25R||Signal Strategic Support||25|
|E35P||Military Intelligence Operations||35|
|E35R||Military Intelligence Strategic Support||35|
|E35T||Military Intelligence Training||35|
|E40R||Space Operations Strategic Support||FA40|
|E50K||Force Management- Key Billet||FA50|
|E57K||Command And Simulations – Key Billet||FA57|
|Z01R||Branch Immaterial (01A) – Strategic Support||25, 35|
|Z01T||Branch Immaterial (01A) – Recruiting & Training||25, 35|
|Z01X||Branch Immaterial (01A) – Installation||25, 35|
c. FS Command/Key Billet Board meets 16-20 October 2017 to select Commanders/Key Billets in the following subcategories:
|F36P||Financial Management – Operations||36A|
|F42R||Personnel Strategic Support||42H|
|F89P||Explosive Ordnance Disposal Operations||89E|
|F90P||Logistics – Operations||88, 90, 91, 92, MS|
|F90R||Logistics – Strategic Support||88, 89, 90, 91, 92, MS|
|F90T||Logistics – Training||88, 89, 90, 91, 92|
|Z01R||Branch Immaterial (01A) – Strategic Support||42H, 88, 89, 91, 92, 90|
|Z01T||Branch Immaterial (01A) – Recruiting & Training||42H, 88, 89, 91, 92, 90|
|Z01X||Branch Immaterial (01A) – Installation||42H, 88, 91, 92, 90|
d. ID Command/Key Billet Board meets 17-20 October 2017 to select Commanders/Key Billets in the following subcategories:
|L17R||Cyber Strategic Support||17, 29|
|L30K||Information Operations – Key Billet||FA30|
12. Command/Key Billet eligibility and information: Officers who meet the following criteria, and opt in through the CPD will be considered for a Command or Key Billet.
a. Eligible Officers – FY19 CSL Command or Key Billet eligibility will include promotable Lieutenant Colonels and officers who have a date of rank to COL of 1 January 2016 and after. Officers will have three consecutive years of eligibility which begins the first year an officer is selected for promotion to the rank of Colonel.
b. Have not commanded a CSL – Command Designated Unit or served in a CSL Key Billet at the COL level, or received constructive credit for a CSL Command Designated Unit at the COL level.
c. Have not been selected as a principal Command or Key Billet designee by a previous COL CSL board (DA level) or activated for Command or Key Billet from an alternate status.
d. Have not been relieved for cause from a CSL designated Command or Key Billet.
e. Have not declined, with prejudice, a LTC or COL level CSL Command or Key Billet after having been selected as a principal or alternate.
f. Have not been removed from a CSL Command or Key Billet order of merit list (either principal or alternate) by a DA Command Review Board (CRB).
g. Have not submitted a retirement application to HRC or are pending separation action. A retirement application is considered “submitted” when it is received by HRC, Officer Retirement and Separations Office (AHRC-OPL-R), 502-613-6601 (DSN 983). Effective upon release of the FY19 Centralized Selection Lists, an officer selected as a principal or alternate who subsequently submits a retirement application is required to submit a declination of command as part of the retirement application. If the officer does not submit a declination of command or does not withdraw their retirement, the requested retirement date may be adjusted by HRC to a date that allows the officer to complete the command tour; or in lieu of extension, HRC may request the Chief of Staff of the Army (CSA) administratively remove the officer from the CSL to allow for the activation of an alternate.
13. Eligible officers will submit their preference for Command/Key Billet by subcategory and then rank order units within the subcategory via the Command Preference Designation (CPD) online website at https://preferences.hrc.army.mil/HTDocs/ and click on “Command Preference Designation”. All eligible officers will be able to enter the website and submit subcategory and unit preferences from 6-27 September 2017. For further information, or if officers have difficulty accessing the CPD website, they should contact their respective career manager to convey their intentions and preferences.
a. In an effort to clearly establish a commitment on the part of every officer who elects to compete, and to reduce the turbulence on the officer corps caused by officer declination after selection, all post-board declinations will be considered “with prejudice”. A declination with prejudice will result in section X of their Officer Record Brief (ORB) stamped indicating the CSL declination; once an officer declines, they are no longer eligible to compete for CSL.
b. Officers who are selected for command will be slated per the CSA Command/Key Billet slating guidance. The CSA’s slating guidance can be found on the Command Management Division website at: https://www.hrc.army.mil/content/CSL%20Slating%20Guidance.
c. Officers with expired Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) records must submit updates IAW AR 608-75 NLT 16 October 2017 to better increase their slating/assignment opportunities if selected for CSL Command. Soldiers enrolled in EFMP are required to review and update EFMP condition(s) every three years. For the purposes of CSL, expiration is considered as not updated if the date of the last EFMP review is earlier than 16 October 2014 or three years prior to convene date of the board.
14. Evaluation Reports:
a. In order to be considered by the board, all mandatory or optional Officer Evaluation Reports (OER) / Academic Evaluation Reports (AER) must be received, error free, by the HRC Evaluations Branch NLT 10 October 2017. To ensure reports are received at HRC by this date, Commanders at all levels must ensure any applicable evaluation reports for eligible officers are expeditiously processed.
b. OERs will be prepared on the appropriate DA Form 67-10 series OER form within the Evaluation Entry System (EES) and submitted to HRC via EES. If unable to access and submit evaluations within EES, hard copy DA Form 67-10 series OERs can be prepared and mailed to: Commander, USA HRC, ATTN: AHRC-PDV-ER, 1600 Spearhead Division Ave, Dept. #470, Fort Knox KY 40122-5407. Access to EES is available at the following link: https://evaluations.hrc.army.mil. If unable to access EES, DA Form 67-10 series OERs can be obtained from the Army Publishing Directorate’s webpage at the following link: http://www.apd.army.mil.
(1) Sending OERs by email is only for deployed units or deployed rating officials and should only be used for deployed units who created .PDF-F evaluations outside of EES. A standard operating procedure covering process for scanning and emailing OERs from deployed units is available upon request.
(2) All non-deployed units or rating officials with ink-signed or older version forms not useable in EES must mail printed OERs to Commander, USA HRC, ATTN: AHRC-PDV-ER, 1600 Spearhead Division Ave, Dept. #470, Fort Knox, KY 40122-5407.
c. Code 09, Complete-the-Record Report.
(1) A code 09, Complete-the-Record OER, is “optional” for officers who meet the criteria pursuant to AR 623-3, paragraph 3-56.
(2) The required “Thru Date” for Complete-the-Record Reports (Code 09) is 17 September 2017. All Complete-the-Record OERs for this board will be required to be prepared and submitted on the appropriate DA Form 67-10 within EES or found on the Army Publishing Directorate’s webpage.
(3) Refer to AR 623-3, paragraph 3-56, to determine eligibility for submitting a Complete-the-Record report; all criteria must be met to receive this report.
(4) All other reports (mandatory or optional), excluding Complete-the-Record will have “Thru Dates” that reflect the date of the event that is the reason for the report. A Promotion Report (Code 11) is not authorized for this board.
d. Reports which are received by HRC Evaluations Branch for processing on 10 October 2017 will be placed in the officer’s Army Military Human Resource Record (AMHRR) and their board file prior to board voting, assuming the evaluation is relatively free of errors. This suspense date is for receipt of evaluations by HRC Evaluations Branch, not for submission to AMHRR. If an evaluation is seen as working in the Evaluation Reporting System (ERS) with a received by date of 10 October 2017 or earlier and the evaluation is free of errors, it will be completed in time for the selection board.
e. Officers with missing OERs from their board file or AMHRR should first check the online application ERS. This will identify any evaluations not completed (either on hold or rejected) due to errors. Officers with questions about OER policy or procedural matters can contact an Evaluations Branch point of contact (POC) for resolution at either commercial (502) 613-9019, DSN 983-9019 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
f. For resolution of duplicate, inverted, or misfiled evaluation reports, submit request to: email@example.com.
g. Hard copy DA Form 1059 (AERs) will be mailed to Commander, USA HRC, ATTN: AHRC-PDV-ER, 1600 Spearhead Division Ave, Dept. #470, Fort Knox, KY 40122-5407.
h. Career managers, board support personnel, and Interactive Personnel Electronic Records Management System (IPERMS) support personnel are not authorized to place any evaluations directly into the AMHRR. All evaluations must process through the HRC Evaluations Branch using normal processing channels into the AMHRR and then into the officer’s board file. OERs that are not labeled (and profiled) by the Evaluations Branch will not be seen by the board.
15. General Information:
a. All Officers who are under consideration may, if desired, submit correspondence to the President of the Board.
b. Individual memorandum should include only those matters deemed important in the consideration of an Officer’s record. They should be addressed to President, FY19 Colonel Centralized Selection List – Command/Key Billet Board (Operations; Operations Support; Force Sustainment; Information Dominance) PSB, ATTN: AHRC-PDV-S, 1600 Spearhead Division Ave, Fort Knox, KY 40122. Signed memorandum may be scanned and emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Memorandum must arrive prior to the convene date of the board in order to be considered.
c. Any memorandum considered by a board will become a matter of record for that board and will be retained in the board files. Memorandum to the board (including enclosures) will not be filed in an officer’s AMHRR. Do not send this document to IPERMS.
d. Communications or memoranda of recommendation from other parties on behalf of officers eligible for consideration will not be provided to the board unless forwarded as an enclosure to a memorandum to the board from the officer being considered. Officers desiring to write to the President of a board should refer to AR 600-8-29, paragraph 1-33, for guidance.
e. Unprocessed copies of OERs, resident AERs or evaluation appeals that have not yet been adjudicated should not be sent as enclosures.
16. Official Photographs:
a. This board will review the official photograph in digital format stored in Department of the Army Photograph Management Information System (DAPMIS). In view of the emphasis on official photographs, officers are encouraged to review their official photograph IAW the guidelines in AR 640-30. If needed, go to http://www.vios.army.mil to find the nearest DAPMIS photographic facility location. Officers unable to view their DA photo in DAPMIS within three duty days after the photo was taken, should contact the installation photographic facility for assistance. Photographs must be received NLT 9 October 2017 to allow for sufficient processing time. Once the DA photo is accepted in DAPMIS, officers should allow three work days to be pulled into their board file.
b. The minimum official photograph frequency for officers is every five years. However, a major change in physical and/or uniform appearance, such as a change in weight (gain or loss), awards (Army Commendation Medal and above), and/or rank, require an official photograph update.
c. Officers assigned to an area (including hostile fire areas) where photographic facilities are not available or conditions prevent them from being photographed, are temporarily exempt from submitting new photographs IAW the five year requirement. These officers will be photographed within 90 days from reassignment to an area where photographic facilities are available. Additionally, female officers who are due for a required update during pregnancy are exempt from the requirement until six months after pregnancy. Any photograph that is older than five (5) years will be deleted per AR 640-30.
d. The Army Service Uniform (ASU) is the only authorized uniform to wear IAW AR 640-30. Hardcopy photographs are no longer accepted.
e. Officers must review their AMHRR and the Officer Record Brief prior to the convening board date. The officer’s “My Board File” is the only file that the board members will view. The FY19 Colonel Army Competitive Category Centralized Selection List (CSL) – Command/Key Billet Boards will offer the ability to review My Board File. HRC will not send a list of names or ORBs of eligible officers to unit Personnel Support Section/PSB/BCTs. Each personnel organization must screen their population and notify each officer concerned. Only those officers eligible for this board will be authorized access to MBF. MBF dates for all four boards are as follows: 18 August 2017 – 9 October 2017. To access the MBF application, eligible officers should go to https://www.hrc.army.mil. Click on self-service, and select the My Board File (MBF) icon.
17. Updating the AMHRR:
a. Officers may view their AMHRR online at: https://iperms.hrc.army.mil/.
b. For additional information on updating board documents in IPERMS refer to: https://www.hrc.army.mil/tagd/updating%20board%20documents.
c. S-1/Unit Administrator (UA)/Military Personnel Division (MPD)/Director of Human Resources (DHR)/Military Human Resource (Mil HR) Offices and Career/Branch Managers will use the web upload feature in IPERMS to submit required AMHRR document updates, pursuant to AR 600-8-104. To access the required documents list, use: https://www.hrc.army.mil/default.aspx?ID=14900. All documents must include the applicant’s full name and complete 9-digit Social Security Number.
d. All AMHRR update submissions must be received NLT 9 October 2017 to allow for sufficient processing time. Ensure S-1/UA/MPD/DHR/MIL HR Offices and Career/Branch Managers type the word “board” in the container field of the batch for priority processing. Write down the batch number for future reference. All updates to the Performance folder of the AMHRR will populate to the board file but there is typically a delay involved. This is normal; plan accordingly.
e. Do not submit OERs or AERs (DA Form 1059) to IPERMS, they must go to the Evaluations Branch for processing. Follow the procedures in paragraph 14 of this message for all evaluation-related documents and issues.
f. The rules for masking documents (moving documents from Performance folder to Restricted folder) are as follows:
(1) Enlisted documents that do not cross over from enlisted to officer ranks are masked. If the document can be earned by both officer and enlisted ranks, the document will not be masked (i.e., Airborne School, Combat Lifesaver Course, etc.).
(2) Awards, decorations and certificates of achievement will not be masked and will be seen by the board.
(3) All OERs will be placed in the Performance folder of the official AMHRR file IAW Army Regulation 623-3, paragraph 1-12.
(4) All enlisted DA 1059s will be masked.
g. For resolution of duplicate, inverted, misfiled, or masking documents submit request to email@example.com. Correctly filed authorized documents will not be masked or removed.
h. Hard copy AERs will be mailed to Commander, USA HRC, ATTN: AHRC-PDV-ER, 1600 Spearhead Division Ave, Dept. #470, Fort Knox, KY 40122-5407.
18. Request all offices addressed in this message provide a copy of this message to all assigned or attached promotable Lieutenant Colonels and Colonels.
19. Key dates are:
|Board dates||OER thru dates (code 09)||OER received by||AMHRR updates / DA photo accepted in DAPMIS by|
My Board File Open/Close Dates
Command Preference Designation Open/Close Dates
|COL OPS CMD||18-27 Oct 17||17 Sep 17||10 Oct 17||9 Oct 17||18 Aug 17 –|
9 Oct 17
|6-27 Sep 17|
|COL OS CMD/KB||16-20 Oct 17||17 Sep17||10 Oct 17||9 Oct 17||18 Aug 17 –|
9 Oct 17
|6-27 Sep 17|
|COL FS CMD||16-20 Oct 17||17 Sep 17||10 Oct 17||9 Oct 17||18 Aug 17 –|
9 Oct 17
|6-27 Sep 17|
|COL ID CMD||17-20 Oct 17||17 Sep 17||10 Oct 17||9 Oct 17||18 Aug 17 –|
9 Oct 17
|6-27 Sep 17|
20. POC for AMHRR/IPERMS inquiries: contact the Army Soldier Records Branch, Records Support Team at DSN 983-9990, press 2, commercial (502) 613-9990, press 2 or email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Do not send AMHRR update documents to this email. Follow the procedures in paragraph 17. above. For additional information, refer to: https://www.hrc.army.mil/tagd/updating%20board%20documents or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/iPERMS.
21. POCs for the FY19 COL Army Competitive Category CSL – Command/Key Billet Boards is Colonels Management Office, Senior Leader Development, LTC Keisha Douglass (email@example.com) and Mr. Antonio Mckoy (firstname.lastname@example.org) at (703) 602-8562/7432 or DSN 332-8562/7432.