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  • DMEO: Resolution & Compliance: Alternative Dispute resolution
    Enrollment Student Support Services Special Education Parents Students Employees Teachers Teacher of the Year School Liaison Officers Calendars Human Resources Equal Opportunity Supporting Offices Procurement Business Opportunities Non DoD Schools Contact Us Facebook Twitter Pinterest Flickr You Tube Search DoDEA Quick Links DoDEA Director Becoming a Teacher Current Vacancies DoDEA Curriculum DMEO Home Resolution Compliance Diversity Inclusion Accommodations Legal Policy Resources Reports Contacts Support Offices Center for Early Dispute Resolution Diversity Management Equal Opportunity DoDEA s Procurement Division HR Regional Service Center Information Technology Division Logistics Division Office of Communications Office of General Counsel Office of Investigations and Internal Review Office of Safety and Security Regulations Educational Support Policy Legislation Resource Management Division Area Offices DoDEA Americas Supporting Offices DoDEA Pacific Supporting Offices Europe Schools Supporting Offices DMEO Resolution Compliance Alternative Dispute resolution Alternative Dispute Resolution Non EEO Complaints EEO Mediation Process The EEO Alternative Dispute Resolution ADR process is available throughout both the informal and formal complaint processes if the complaint is determined to be suitable for ADR Alternative Dispute Resolution commonly referred to as ADR is a term which covers many alternatives to traditional methods for resolving conflicts or disputes ADR has been used as a tool in resolving workplace disputes arising from poor communication personality conflicts or alleged discrimination At DODEA ADR is offered as an alternative method for resolving workplace disputes instead of the traditional equal employment opportunity EEO informal counseling or formal complaint process DoDEA has chosen mediation as the primary ADR method in resolving EEO disputes because it empowers the parties themselves to reach an acceptable resolution of the conflict Please contact our ADR Manager for more information about the ADR process Complaint Processing ADR Tips Techniques Preparation For Mediation ADR Resources OPM Employee Relations Alternative Dispute Resolution OPM Alternative Dispute Resolution A Resource

    Original URL path: http://www.militaryk12partners.dodea.edu/Offices/DMEO/ADR.cfm (2016-02-18)
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  • DDESS Business Opportunities
    Opportunity Business Opportunities Supporting Offices DoDEA HQ DoDEA HQ About DoDEA DoDEA Director News Room Virtual High School DoDEA Regulations Districts Schools Data Center Quick Headlines Curriculum DoDEA Accreditation Eligibility Enrollment Student Support Services Special Education Parents Students Employees Teachers Teacher of the Year School Liaison Officers Calendars Human Resources Equal Opportunity Supporting Offices Procurement Business Opportunities Non DoD Schools Contact Us Facebook Twitter Pinterest Flickr You Tube Search DoDEA Quick Links DoDEA Director DoDEA Curriculum Business Opportunities Jobs DDESS Procurement Division Business Opportunities Contact Information Procurement DDESSPROC am dodea edu Phone 678 364 8017 Government Purchase Card Phone 678 364 6689 Checklist for doing business with DoDEA Obtain a DUNS Number Register in the System for Award Management Become familiar with DoDEA Follow solicitations and notices on FedBizOpps Prepare Statement of Capabilities For other than small businesses contact Industry Outreach Coordinator For small businesses contact Director of the Office of Small Business Programs Active DDESS Procurement Opportunities Under 25 000 00 Date Posted Location Title Class Code NAICS Solicitation 08 12 2015 Fort Benning Schools Fort Rucker Schools Maxwell AFB Applied Behavior Analysis ABA Services Unknown 611710 HEVAS6 15 T 0051 Additional Information If you are not already a registered contractor in the U S Federal Government s Central Contractor Registration CCR see DoDEA Headquarters Procurement website for information on how to register Larger contracting opportunities over 25 000 00 are available to search online at the FedBizOpps website If you are a business that is new to government contracting in general or to DoDEA s contracting process you may find it prudent to obtain assistance from DoDEA s Office of Small Business Programs You may call 571 372 1400 or email DoDEA DoD Global Footer Menus DoDEA Virtual School DoDEA School Calendars Non DoD Schools Contact DoDEA Interested

    Original URL path: http://www.militaryk12partners.dodea.edu/Americas/officesAM/amProcurement/amBusOps.cfm?orderBy_101143=datePosted%7Casc&itemid_101143=2 (2016-02-18)
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  • Office of Investigations and Internal Review
    Support Services Special Education Parents Students Employees Teachers Teacher of the Year School Liaison Officers Calendars Human Resources Equal Opportunity Supporting Offices Procurement Business Opportunities Non DoD Schools Contact Us Facebook Twitter Pinterest Flickr You Tube Search DoDEA Quick Links DoDEA Director Becoming a Teacher Current Vacancies DoDEA Curriculum OI IR Home External Audit Mgt Complaints Executive Order 13160 Premium Class Travel Resources Contacts Support Offices Center for Early Dispute Resolution Diversity Management Equal Opportunity DoDEA s Procurement Division HR Regional Service Center Information Technology Division Logistics Division Office of Communications Office of General Counsel Office of Investigations and Internal Review Office of Safety and Security Regulations Educational Support Policy Legislation Resource Management Division Area Offices DoDEA Americas Supporting Offices DoDEA Pacific Supporting Offices Europe Schools Supporting Offices Office of Investigations and Internal Review Complaints Are you concerned about an issue concerning fraud waste or abuse You can use this forum to get information on how to contact DoDEA more Premium Travel Employees are encouraged to review the policy and procedures when requesting premium class accommodations due to disability or other medical needs more Alternative Dispute Resolution ADR Learn more about an alternative method to resolving workplace disputes The Office of Investigations and Internal Review is located in the DoDEA Headquarters Office of the Chief of Staff The mission and functions of the office are Advise the DoDEA Director and senior management concerning systemic issues that are identified through the DoD Hotline program service Inspector General referrals external audits and other management indicators Provide recommendations for corrective actions and follow up to ensure completion of agreed upon recommendations Perform the administrative processing coordinating and reporting for investigations hotline whistleblower complaints and other inquiries Monitor and coordinate audit activities by external organizations Maintain tracking systems for hotline whistleblower complaints and other

    Original URL path: http://www.militaryk12partners.dodea.edu/Offices/OCA/index.cfm (2016-02-18)
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  • Office of General Counsel
    trained and dedicated professionals located world wide and working together to support DoDEA s educational mission Core Values Integrity Commitment to honesty fairness and high ethical standards and being accountable for everything we do Excellence Commitment to proactive customer focused service of the highest quality Continuous Improvement Commitment to personal and professional growth of each individual and improvement of processes and practices Team Commitment to working collaboratively and valuing the diversity of members to maximize team synergy Employees Guide Not positive that what you re about to do is appropriate Contact the OGC and ask your ethics official As an additional guide the OGC makes available the Employees Guide to the Standards of Conduct This general summary of the rules will help guide you New to DoDEA Mandatory Ethics Training All new DODEA employees are required to attend initial ethics orientation within the first 90 days of employment New Employees Ethics Orientation will be held the first Monday of the first pay period of each month For Headquarters the location is the OGC Team Room on the 4th floor The dates are January 11 February 8 March 7 April 4 May 2 June 13 July 11 August 8 September 19 The 5th is Labor Day October 3 November 14 December 12 For employees in the Areas please contact your specific area OGC In addition OGC is providing an ethics focus series covering a different topic each month For a complete list of dates times and specific topics please visit the OGC Intranet page For additional information regarding the ethics program please contact your local DoDEA OGC Ethics Online Training Information If you are unable to attend a live ethics training session the computer based training module can be accessed at https intranet hq ds dodea edu ETP Click on User

    Original URL path: http://www.militaryk12partners.dodea.edu/Offices/Counsel/index.cfm (2016-02-18)
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  • About DoDEA - DoDEA Schools Worldwide!
    View About DoDEA Press Releases Multimedia Publications About DoDEA DoDEA Schools Worldwide DoDEA operates 172 schools in 14 districts located in 11 foreign countries seven states Guam and Puerto Rico All schools within DoDEA are fully accredited by U S accreditation agencies Approximately 8 700 educators serve more than 78 000 DoDEA students DoDEA DoDEA Europe DoDEA Pacific DoDEA Americas Districts 14 4 4 6 Schools 172 66 48 57 Employees FTEs 12 301 4 030 7 3 016 8 3844 Students 74 437 28 229 22 672 23 536 School count includes the DoDEA Virtual High School Data as of 1 July 2015 DoDEA Schools by Country and State Territory Domestic DoDEA Europe DoDEA Pacific Alabama 3 Bahrain 1 Mainland Japan 19 Georgia 11 Belgium 5 Korea 12 Kentucky 12 England 8 Okinawa 13 New York 2 Germany 35 Guam 4 North Carolina 16 Italy 10 South Carolina 5 The Netherlands 2 Virginia 3 Spain 3 Puerto Rico 4 Turkey 2 Cuba 1 DoDEA Today Scope of Responsibility Children the focus of our mission Today there are approximately 1 2 million military student age children being educated in public private and home based schools in the USA and around the world Military students have a mobility rate of about 31 DoDEA Components DoDEA Europe DoDEA Pacific DODEA Americas Non DoD Schools Program NDSP Partnership and Outreach Branch DoDEA Schools Enrollment and FTEs Totals 1 June 2015 172 schools worldwide Including Virtual HS 74 437 students 12 301 FTEs 91 of employees are school based Non DoD Schools Program NDSP The Non DoD Program supports approx 3500 students in 136 countries Partnership Branch DoDEA shares expertise with local education agencies LEA and public schools that educate military students through our Partnership Branch Assessment DoDEA monitors student progress through the use

    Original URL path: http://www.militaryk12partners.dodea.edu/aboutDoDEA/today.cfm (2016-02-18)
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  • DoDEA's Chain of Command
    DoDEA DoDEA Today Our Leadership Chain of Command DoDEA History Community Strategic Plan Regulations Directives HQ Leadership Mr Thomas M Brady Dr Linda Curtis Mr Robert Brady About DoDEA Press Releases Multimedia Publications DoDEA s Chain of Command The Department of Defense Education Activity DoDEA is a Department of Defense field activity operating under the direction and authority of the Undersecretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness DoDEA plans directs coordinates and manages pre kindergarten through 12th grade education programs for school aged children of Department of Defense personnel who would otherwise not have access to high quality public education DoDEA schools are located in Europe the Pacific Western Asia the Middle East Cuba the United States Guam and Puerto Rico DoDEA also provides support and resources to Local Educational Activities throughout the United States that serve children of military families Executive and DoD President Barack H Obama Official Photo Dr Ashton B Carter Secretary of Defense Official Photo Mr Brad Carson Acting Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness Official Photo Ms Stephanie Barna Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Manpower and Reserve Affairs Performing the Duties of the Assistant Secretary of Defense Manpower and Reserve Affairs Official Photo DoDEA Headquarters Mr Thomas M Brady DoDEA Director Official Photo Dr Linda Curtis Principal Deputy Director and Associate Director of Academics Official Photo Mr Robert M Brady Associate Director for Financial Business Operations Official Photo DoDEA Americas Dr Emily Marsh DoDEA Americas Acting Director District Superintendents Dr Aldridge Argus Boone NC Camp Lejeune District Dr Christy Huddleston Georgia Alabama District Dr Frank A Calvano Kentucky District Dr Renee Butler NC Fort Bragg District Acting Dr Samantha Ingram Fort Stewart South Carolina DoDDS Cuba District Mr Michael Gould New York Virginia Puerto Rico District DoDEA Europe Dr Dell W McMullen

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  • DoDEA History
    the schools In 1979 the Office of Overseas Dependents Education became the Department of Defense Dependents Schools DoDDS The three geographic areas Europe Pacific and Atlantic were reconfigured into six geographic regions Atlantic Germany North Germany South Mediterranean Panama and Pacific with a regional director and several superintendents In 1983 Germany North and Germany South were combined into a single Germany region 80s Following the Cold War in the late 1980s and early 1990s the number of DoDDS schools was reduced and combined with the U S based Domestic Dependents Elementary and Secondary Schools DDESS to form the Department of Defense Education Activity in 1992 90s In 1992 the DoDDS headquarters in Arlington VA became the Department of Defense Education Activity DoDEA The Director DoDEA assumed responsibility for organizing managing and directing the DoDEA headquarters DoDDS and DDESS Today the Department of Defense Education Activity DoDEA provides education to more than 84 000 eligible DoD military and civilian children in 194 schools Historical Milestones for DDESS In 1821 Congress first enacted a law that allowed the operation of schools on military posts in the United States In 1950 federal legislation consolidated the funding and operation of these installation run schools under the authority of Section 6 Public Law No 81 874 which gave the then Commissioner of Education the authority to make arrangements for the free public education of children who resided on federal property if a State did not allow tax revenues to be expended for that purpose or if no local educational agency LEA was able to provide suitable free public education to such children Arrangements include Establishing new schools on federal properties and Providing funding to local school districts to educate eligible dependents Section 6 arrangements were established by the Department of Education for the following reasons 1950 1980 State law prohibited integrated education or segregated education was deemed unsuitable LEA was unable to provide suitable free public education Property was held under exclusive federal jurisdiction by the U S State law prohibited tax revenues to be expended for free public education of federal children Delaware In 1981 the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act OBRA P L 97 35 changed the responsibility for funding Section 6 arrangements from the Department of Education to the Department of Defense ASD Manpower Reserve Affairs and Logistics delegated authority to operate the Section 6 schools and special arrangements contracts with LEAs to the ASD s of the Military Departments 1n 1982 DoD and the Department of Education executed a Memorandum of Understanding to implement OBRA provide that SECDEF was authorized to fund Section 6 arrangements and that the Secretary of Education was responsible for the conduct of programs to include Oversight of the programs at the schools Verifying data provided by the schools Providing recommendations to SECDEF on the conduct of programs and funding levels In 1985 a dispute arose between DoD and Dept of Education over SECDEF s authority to unilaterally enter into a Section 6 arrangement with Highland Falls Fort

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  • Press Releases
    the Acting Director for DoDEA operations in the Americas Dr Marsh will replace Dr Elizabeth Middlemiss who has been serving as Interim Director for DoDEA operations in the Americas since October 2012 Thursday July 30 2015 DoDEA NC Camp Lejeune District Shriner Promoted to Principal of Heroes Elementary School Mrs Linda K Shriner has been promoted to Principal of Heroes Elementary School aboard Camp Lejeune NC Wednesday July 29 2015 DoDEA NY VA PR District Giraud Named Principal of Antilles Middle School Mrs Giraud comes to Antilles Middle School from the Okinawa District in DoDDS Pacific where she had served as Assistant Principal of Ryukyu Middle School since 2009 Thursday July 23 2015 DoDEA Maxwell AFB E MS Hernandez Named Principal of Maxwell Elementary Middle School Mr Paul Hernandez has been selected as Principal of Maxwell Elementary Middle School on Maxwell Air Force Base AL Thursday July 9 2015 DoDEA World Wide The Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching PAEMST The Department of Defense Education Activity DoDEA is proud to recognize two DoDEA teachers as national awardees of the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching PAEMST Thursday July 9 2015 DoDEA World Wide New Director Selected for DoDEA Schools in Europe Thomas M Brady Director Department of Defense Education Activity DoDEA announced today the selection of Dr Dell W McMullen as the new Director of DoDEA Schools in Europe Wednesday July 8 2015 DoDEA Pierce Terrace ES McClain Named Principal of Pierce Terrace Elementary School Dr McClain comes to Pierce Terrace Elementary School from Antilles Middle School on Fort Buchanan Puerto Rico where she was principal She also served as principal at Van Vooris Elementary School at Fort Knox Kentucky Wednesday July 8 2015 DoDEA Pinckney ES Griffin Named Principal of C C Pinckney Elementary School Mrs Griffin comes to Pinckney Elementary School from Illesheim Elementary School Germany where she had served as principal since 2008 Wednesday July 8 2015 DoDEA Stowers ES Parks Named Principal of Stowers Elementary School Ms Debbie Parks has been selected as Principal of Stowers Elementary School at Fort Benning GA Tuesday July 7 2015 DoDEA World Wide Schooling with Uncle Sam Exhibit Opens Friday Schooling with Uncle Sam Opens at Special Collections Library on July 11 Exhibit Tells the Story of Schools and Students on Military Bases Across the World Friday June 12 2015 DoDEA Ft Knox HS Fort Knox High School JROTC Cadet Received Leadership Award JROTC Cadet Matthew Rivera earned the distinguished Leadership Award at the JROTC Cadet Leadership Challenge held at the Wendell H Ford Regional Training Center Greenville KY Friday June 12 2015 DoDEA SC Ft Stewart Cuba District Reiss Named Assistant Superintendent of South Carolina Fort Stewart DoDDS Cuba District Ms Reiss comes to the District Superintendent s Office at Fort Stewart from Seoul Korea where she was principal of Seoul American High School Thursday June 11 2015 DoDEA Pacific DoDEA Pacific Mathletes compete in 2015 Raytheon MATHCOUNTS National Competition Department of Defense

    Original URL path: http://www.militaryk12partners.dodea.edu/newsroom/pressreleases/index.cfm (2016-02-18)
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