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Civilian Academic Development
CIVILIAN ACADEMIC DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
Team NPS, after a lot of input from faculty and staff we have updated our Civilian Academic Development Program instruction (formerly NAVPGSCOLINST 12410.1A.). This instruction provides NPS civilian employees a development opportunity by authorizing part-time enrollment in an academic program or individual courses at NPS. All NPS AD, GS, and WG employees, full-time and part-time working at least half-time, who have been employed at NPS for three months are eligible for this program. Employees must sign a continued service agreement along with their course registration packet prior to taking any course.
1. In accordance with reference (a), enclosure (1) provides interim implementing guidance for prepayment and recovering costs of prepaid emergency health care throughout the Department of the Navy (DON). The DON interim procedures further delegate this authority to the Heads of Echelon 2 Commands and the Commandant of the United States Marine Corps.
2. The health and welfare of our DON workforce and their authorized dependents while in the performance of official duties outside of the United States, its Territories and Possessions is of the utmost importance. While U.S. military medical treatment facilities and previously negotiated contracts with national (non-U.S.) or North Atlantic Treaty Organization run health facilities are the preferred provider for DON employees traveling outside of the U.S., situations may arise in which emergency care must be rendered at a local private medical clinic. Some local medical clinics require cash payment prior to the treatment or release of a patient. Enclosure (1) authorizes Echelon 2 Commanders or their designee to prepay costs associated with emergency medical care of their employees abroad.
3. All prepayments for the purpose of emergency health care are made to the employee through reimbursable loans. Employees must sign a debt acknowledgement and repayment agreement for the total costs prepaid by DON on their or their dependent's behalf.
4. Questions regarding this and other benefits policies can be directed to the DON Benefits Line at 1-888-320-2917 or email@example.com.
NPS is committed to ensuring that all persons are afforded equal opportunity for employment, advancement, and treatment regardless of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age or disability.
Find out about Work/Life Programs, Pay & Leave policies, Employee Benefits, Disciplinary Actions, Employee Assistance resources, and more.
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Find out more information about the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) and your rights under the CBA as an employee or supervisor.
Find out more about mandatory civilian training and other NPS-provided training and development opportunities.