A qualitative analysis of the Navy's HSI billet structure
Kratz, Elizabeth A.
Hatch, William D.
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This research was conducted in response to a request by Chief of Naval Personnel and examined the Navy's Human Systems Integration billet structure, the work requirements of the 4600 (Human Systems Integration) coded billets and the work done by officers who had a 4600 subspecialty code. The research results support the hypothesis that the work requirements of the July 2007 data set of 4600P-coded billets (billets requiring graduate education in Human Systems Integration) was not properly representative of the Human Systems Integration competencies as developed through the Educational Skill Requirements; not all Navy Human Systems Integration work was identified by a 4600 subspecialty; and the 4600 billet structure did not allow sufficient career progression opportunities. Despite the focus on the defense acquisition process in the Human Systems Integration curriculum at Naval Postgraduate School, the billets did not reflect this priority. In order for Human Systems Integration to be a viable subspecialty requiring graduate education, relevant billets need to be identified in the Navy. The research recommends conducting an indepth needs analysis to better identify the Human Systems Integration work of the Navy by organization and subsequently leading to a better "fit" of officer category, designator, grade, education, and work experience.
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