Action: Direct Personnel Readiness Management (PRM)

Conditions: Given classroom instruction, practical exercises, access to applicable regulations, Army Manning Guidance, Personnel Policy Guidance (PPG) and awareness of the Operational Environment.

Standard: Demonstrate knowledge of PRM through classroom participation, practical exercises, and by scoring 70% or higher on a knowledge based exam that includes the following learning activities:

  1. Communicate Army PRM policies.
  2. Correlate PRM responsibilities at each echelon from battalion to Army G-1 level.
  3. Communicate HQDA Army Manning Guidance and Army Force Generation (ARFORGEN) manning.
  4. Communicate the Brigade Strength Management process.