CFPAS -- SEPFC

CFPAS -- SEPFC

The CFPAS application contains specific procedures of CFPAS processes
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The CFPAS application contains specific procedures and detailed descriptions of CFPAS processes. All personnel of the CF unless otherwise specified, will be given periodic feedback using the PDR system and appraised annually via a PER. The purpose of the PDR is to provide a standardized CF format for feedback in which the supervisor and subordinate can discuss performance, potential and career development. The purpose of the PER is to assess and report the subordinate’s performance and potential for retention and advancement based on MOS and rank specifications and position requirements set by the supervisor during the PDR sessions. The chart that follows illustrates some of the more typical reporting cycles.

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