Policy Regarding Appointment, Promotion, Salary and Tenure of Office of the Civilian Members of the Faculty at the Naval Postgraduate School
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This revised Policy Regarding Appointment, Promotion, Salary and Tenure of Office of the Civilian Members of the Faculty at the Naval Postgraduate School has been approved by the Secretary o fthe Navy. The effective date of the revised Policy regarding Civilian Members of the Faculty is January 2015. Changes to this document are not authorized without review and approval by the Assistant Secretary ofthe Navy, Manpower and Reserve Affairs (ASN (M&RA)). The Faculty Salary Schedule is published separately and revised as changes occur.
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