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Defense Equal Opportunity Climate Survey (DEOCS) Proponent: Human Resources Division, ODCSPER, HQDA, DSN 227-2935 The Defense Equal Opportunity Climate Survey is a mandatory survey conducted and maintained by the company level unit commander within 30 days of assuming command, 6 months later, 12 months later and annually thereafter.
Army Command Policy This rapid action revision, dated 20 September 2012--o Updates policy for the administration of unit command climate surveys: adds requirement for personnel equivalent to company level commanders; updates timelines to within 30 days (120 days for Army National Guard and U.S. Army
Survey Program.” Purpose: Army Regulation 600-20 requires company-level commanders to conduct a unit command climate survey within 30 days of assuming command (120 days for the Army National Guard and the US Army Reserve), again at the six month period, and annually thereafter. The Army Command Climate Survey provides your commander with a ...
Command climate surveys have been a tool in the army since 2013 and are now usually completed online with a paper option. West Pointer Capt. Keith Konzel had the grand idea to initiate the 28th PSB’s surveys as famously hands-on. The 28th was unique in that the entire unit completed the survey without reminders and a high proportion of soldiers opted for paper surveys.
Some leaders consider it less relevant for assessing command climate as a whole, reducing its perceived value and usefulness. Combined with the fact that nearly all details the Army provides about command climate assessments exist within guidance about managing EO, we are giving the wrong impression about the concept of command climate.
Survey administrators enter the commander’s supervisor’s (the next level up in the chain of command) information in their DEOCS request. Once the request has been approved, the commander’s supervisor will receive an email notification (from the system) that a command climate survey has been requested by the command. This notification is in addition to the normal commander’s notification and …