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Office of the Chief of Transportation (OCOT)

Transportation Schools

Officer Development

Warrant Officer Personnel Development

Enlisted Development

One Army School System

Mission Key Function Officer Personnel Development Warrant Officer Personnel Development Enlisted Personnel Development

About Office of the Chief of Transportation (OCOT)

Soldiers from the Transportation Corps loading vehicles onto a train.

Mission

Execute Transportation Officer, Warrant Officer, and Enlisted personnel development actions to support the eight life-cycle management functions. Coordinate personnel management policies and force structure actions.

Key Functions

The Transportation Corps Personnel Proponent Office focuses on the management of the eight personnel life-cycle functions. Manages professional development information contained in DA Pam 600-3, DA Pam 600-25, and DA Pam 611-21 in order to provide clear guidance to Officers, Warrant Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers, Soldiers, and selection boards. Executes the Officer and Warrant Officer Accessions Program.

Personnel Development System Life Cycle Functions

Personnel Development System Life Cycle Functions

Structure

Review all Table Organization and Equipments (TOEs) and Table of Distribution Allowances (TDAs) for proper position grading standard duty titles.

Acquisition

Monitor total Army end strength manpower management, which includes accessions, attrition, and promotions.

Distribution

Evaluate distribution plan authorizations (assignments & inventory) for Force Structure changes.

Development

Process of developing people training criteria to validate Army Educational Requirements System (ERS) and to manage Traning with Industry (TWI) opportunities.

Deployment

Mobilization planning & management for troops, civilians, cargo, and weapons systems.

Compensation

We ensure that pay, entitlements and Army benefits sea pay (Compensation & Policies), as well as, civilian compensation matters.

Sustainment

We sustain the well being of Army personnel to establish and maintain communication.

Transition

Retirement, Stop Loss, and move impact service obligation policies along with the proposals personnel transition program.

Officer Personnel Development

Key Focus Areas

  • Manage Cadet Accessions Program
  • Execute Virtual Branch Orientation
  • Provide Transportation Officers career progression guidance
  • Manage/Update Department of the Army Pamphlet 600-3, Transportation Corps Officer Professional Development Guidance
  • Manage Transportation Corps Officer Training with Industry Program

Warrant Officer Personnel Development

Key Focus Areas

  • Manage and set requirement for the Transportation Warrant Officer Accessions Program
  • Manage Department of the Army Pamphlet 600-3, Professional Development Guidance for Transportation Corps Warrant Officers
  • Manage Transportation Corps Warrant Officer Training with Industry Program
  • Monitor Transportation Corps Warrant Officer structure and submit adjustments, as needed

Enlisted Personnel Development

Key Focus Areas

  • Manage Transportation Enlisted Military Occupation Speciality (MOS) Qualifications
  • Manage Department of the Army Pamphlet 600-25, Professional Development Guidance
  • Providing career progression guidance to Transportation Corps Non-Commissioned Officers and Soldiers
  • Manage Transportation Corps Enlisted Training with Industry Program
  • Review/process Military Occupation Speciality (MOS) qualification waivers/exceptions to policy
  • Monitor Transportation Corps Enlisted structure and submit adjustments, as needed
  • Manage Transportation Corps Enlisted Career Maps on Army Career Tracker