Ref: (a) OPNAVINST 3120.32B
  (b) OPNAVINST 5450.22
Encl: (1) Naval Computer and Telecommunications Command Headquarters Standard Organization and Regulations Manual

1. Purpose. To issue regulations and guidance governing the specific duties, responsibilities and authority of Naval Computer and Telecommunications Command (NAVCOMTELCOM). This instruction is a complete revision and should be read in its entirety

2. Cancellation. NAVCOMTELCOMNINST 3120.1A.

3. Background. The NAVCOMTELCOM headquarters' organization manual is the official compilation of charts and functional statements depicting the approved organizational structure and assigned mission and functions of the NAVCOMTELCOM headquarters. This instruction is issued per reference (a) to expand upon the missions and functions assigned by reference (b).

4. Compliance. A basic knowledge of this manual by all officers, enlisted personnel, and civilian personnel is essential for the proper understanding of responsibilities and execution of duties. Assistant chiefs of staff are encouraged to indoctrinate all personnel in accordance with the provisions contained herein.

5. Action. The organizational manual will be maintained on a current basis. Revisions or changes will be approved by the Commander or the Deputy Commander. The Head, Military/Civilian Personnel and Administration Division (N13) will provide guidance, advice and assistance in developing changes, and will publish and distribute this manual and all approved changes.



Copy to:

SNDL 21A (Fleet Commanders in Chief) (2)
  50A (Unified Commands - USCINCLANT, USCINCPAC, USCINCEUR only)
  A1 (Immediate Office of the Secretary) JAG, CHINFO only)
  A3 (Chief of Naval Operations) (10)
  A6 (Headquarters U.S. Marine Corps) (2)
  B2A (Special Agencies, Staffs, Boards and Committees) (JCS (J-3), DCA, DIA, DIRNSA only)
  B2B (Defense Communication Agency Field Activities) (DCA-Pacific Area, DCS-European Area only)
  FE1 (Security Group Headquarters)
  FF1 (Naval District Washington)
  FF42 (Naval Postgraduate School)
  FG2 (Naval Computer and Telecommunications StationsA and NAVCOMMSTA Stockton)
  FG6 (Naval Computer and Telecommunications Area Master Stations)
  FG9 (Chief, Navy-Marine Corps MARS)
  FE6 (DCMS)

Stocked by:

Commander Naval Computer and Telecommunications Command (Code N13)
4401 Massachusettes Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20394-5460

Table of Contents



1-1-1 Command Mission and Functions

1-1-2 Subordinate Activities

1-1-3 Staff Doctrine

1-1-4 Completed Staff Work

1-1-5 Standards of Conduct



2-2-1 Staff Organization


2-2-1 Commander

2-2-2 Deputy Commander


2-3-1 Administrative Assistant (N00A)

2-3-2 Executive Assistant (N00X)

2-3-3 Claimancy and Force Career Counselor (N00F)

2-3-4 Chaplain (N00G)

2-3-5 Command Master Chief

2-3-6 Staff Judge Advocate (N00J)

2-3-7 Claimancy Master Chief (N00M)

2-3-8 Chief, Navy Marine Corps MARS (N00R)


2-4-1 Mission

2-4-2 Inspections Division (IG1)

2-4-3 Management Support/Investigations Division (IG2)

2-4-4 Total Quality Leadership (TQL) (IGDA)


2-5-1 Mission

2-5-2 Claimancy Civilian Personnel Programs (N1C)

2-5-3 Reserve Program Office (N1R)

2-5-4 Manpower Resources and Military Manning Division (N11)

2-5-5 Training and Professional Development Division (N12)

2-5-6 Military/Civilian Personnel and Administration Division (N13)


2-6-1 Mission

2-6-2 Base Level Information Infrastructure Division (N21)

2-6-3 Long Haul Communications (N22)


2-7-1 Mission

2-7-2 Defense Message System (DMS) Operations Division (N31)

2-7-3 Telecommunications Operations Division (N32)


2-8-1 Mission

2-8-2 Utility and Antenna Systems Division (N42)

2-8-3 Facilities Management Division (N44)

2-8-4 Environmental/Safety and Occupational Health Management Division (N45)


2-9-1 Mission

2-9-2 Plans and Program Development Division (N51)

2-9-3 Corporate Information Management Division (N52)


2-10-1 Mission

2-10-2 Maintenance and Logistics Support Division (N61)


2-11-1 Mission

2-11-2 DBOF Budget and Accounting Division (N71)

2-11-3 Appropriated Resources Division (N72)

2-11-4 Programming Division (N73)


2-12-1 Mission




1-1-1. Command Mission and Functions. The mission and functions of Commander, Naval Computer and Telecommunications Command (COMNAVCOMTELCOM) are assigned by the Chief of Naval Operations in OPNAVINST 5450.227. The mission is to organize, train and equip our computer and telecommunications activities to provide quality information systems and services to the fleet, supporting commands and higher authority to manage, process, and transfer information for command, control, and administration of the Navy.

1-1-2. Subordinate Activities. NAVCOMTELCOM consists of the following subordinate echelon III commands:

a. Naval Computer and Telecommunications Area Master Stations (4)

b. Naval Computer and Telecommunications Stations (12)

c. Naval Communication Station (1)

1-1-3. Staff Doctrine

a. The Deputy Commander (N01) has general supervision over the staff personnel. Members of the immediate staff, assistant chiefs of staff, and those other key staff personnel designated in this instruction have the privilege of direct contact with the Commander. When direct contact with the Commander is necessary or required, N01 shall be informed at the earliest opportunity of official matters discussed or decisions made.

b. The following incumbents will obtain approval of N01 when desiring to be absent from the headquarters during normal working hours or for any extended periods, including leave and temporary additional duty:

(1) All principal members on the immediate staff of the Commander/Deputy Commander.

(2) All assistant chiefs of staff.

(3) Special Assistants.

c. Any action which involves disapproval of recommendations, commendation, censure, or in any way reflects upon performance, shall be released and signed by the Commander.

d. All members of the staff shall keep themselves informed of the policies of the Commander and shall, in their staff work, ensure that the policies, doctrines, and directives issued by the Commander are complied with fully.

e. To effect the polices and directives of COMNAVCOMTELCOM, staff members are authorized and directed to communicate laterally whenever cooperative action is appropriate.

f. As specifically authorized by the Commander, formal directives, correspondence, and messages originating in the headquarters are sent in the name of COMNAVCOMTELCOM, regardless of the official who signs or releases the communication.

g. Officials of the headquarters are responsible for execution of functions and the administration of details within their respective organizational components and for the decentralization of authority and responsibility among their subordinates. These subordinates derive their responsibilities and authority by assignment and delegation from COMNAVCOMTELCOM. Their relationship to the Commander is the same as that of staff officers afloat to the commander to whom they serve. In performing their assigned functions, they act for the Commander in his/her name, exercising the authority of the Commander's position.

h. Each official and/or functional element within the headquarters is assigned an alphanumeric office code. This system serves the purpose of a rapid and convenient reference for indexing, routing communication, and grouping related functional elements. The assigned designation of these offices is included in this manual, together with the formal organizational titles.

i. The headquarters is manned by naval civilian and military personnel. These personnel work side-by-side in a mixed organizational environment, each contributing the benefit of specialized skills and experience in the accomplishment of mission. Position management requirements place civilian and military personnel in both management and supervisory positions. For supervisory personnel, whether civilian or military, authority is equal in principle in the direction of subordinates regarding: planning and assigning work, scheduling leave, providing advice or consultation, recommending training, evaluating performance, and maintenance of discipline and morale. Because civilian and military personnel are regulated under separate administrative systems, there are differences in the execution of specific duties pertaining to these responsibilities. Each supervisor, civilian and military, must know and understand the requirements of both administrative systems and will execute specific responsibilities under the appropriate system within the boundaries of established regulatory policy.

1-1-4. Completed Staff Work

a. Completed staff work is integral to the efficient functioning of a large staff. The following guidelines are provided to assist the staff officer in preparing staff work. The most distinguishing characteristic of a successful staff officer is the ability to present completed staff work which requires only the signature of the Commander. The solution to staff problems and, therefore, the completed work is based on consideration of the following basic precepts:

(1) Know the Commander's policy.

(2) Remember that the Command's reputation is affected by the completed staff work.

(3) Consult other staff officers.

(4) Present a single and coordinated proposed action.

b. The procedure for solving staff problems varies according to the desires of the Commander. Routine matters governed by established policy normally go directly into final form for signature. When a staff study must be made in a field in which new policy or a modification of existing policy is indicated, the problem may be resolved by discussion at staff meetings.

c. The conclusions and recommendations of a staff study, particularly a complex one, may be rejected by the Commander simply because he/she has not been made aware of all the facets of the study. Therefore, when it is obvious that a study is delving into unfamiliar areas, it is proper to keep the Commander and senior staff abreast of new developments with periodic verbal or written briefings. These briefings should give all concerned an opportunity to follow developments and ensure the results of the study are sound.

1-1-5. Standards of Conduct

a. The Secretary of the Navy prescribes, through SECNAVINST 5370.2J, the standards of ethical conduct governing all DON personnel, dictating that naval personnel shall not engage in any personal, business, or professional activity, or receive or retain any direct or indirect financial interest, which places them in a position of conflict between their private and the public interests of the United States regarding the duties or responsibilities of their official positions.

b. As a means of monitoring and enforcing compliance with the standards of conduct, the Secretary of the Navy places specific requirements on naval personnel who, while encumbering certified categories of positions, are required, in carrying out official duties and responsibilities, to make decisions, influence decisions, or take final actions involving matters in which the final decision or action has a significant impact on non-Federal enterprises. Included as a specific requirement is the necessity to file, annually, a DD Form 1555, Confidential Statement of Affiliations and Financial Interests.



2-1-1. Staff Organization

a. Office of the Commander

b. Deputy Commander

c. Administrative Assistant (NOOA)

d. Executive Assistant (NOOX)

e. Claimancy and Force Career Counselor (NOOF)

f. Chaplain (NOOG)

g. Command Master Chief (NOOH)

h. Staff Judge Advocate (NOOJ)

i. Force Master Chief (NOOM)

j. Chief, Navy Marine Corps MARS (NOOR)

k. Office of the Inspector General (NIG)

l. ACOS, Human Resources Management Directorate (N1)

m. ACOS, Base Level Communications Directorate (N2)

n. ACOS, Operations and Readiness Directorate (N3)

o. ACOS, Facilities Engineering Directorate (N4)

p. ACOS, Requirements and Plans Directorate (N5)

q. ACOS, Maintenance and Logistics Directorate (N6)

r. ACOS, Financial Management Directorate (N7)

s. ACOS, Defense Business Operations Fund (N8)




2-2-1. Commander, Naval Computer and Telecommunications Command (NOO) is responsible for carrying out the mission and functions of the Command as assigned by CNO.

2-2-2. The Deputy Commander (N01) acts for and issues orders in the name of the Commander in all matters other than those of major policy or which involve commendation, censure, or major disagreement with other commands and offices, and in the absence of the Commander, performs the duties of the Commander and ensures that any required action is taken within headquarters.





2-3-1. Administrative Assistant (NOOA). The Administrative Assistant serves as the office manager for the Commander and is responsible for ensuring practices and procedures of secretaries in subordinate offices are consistent with those of the Commander's office; prepares agenda and conducts periodic secretarial training sessions for all headquarters' clerical staff; responds to inquiries and administrative problems brought to the Commander by staff members, field activities, and higher level officials; exercises exclusive control over the Commander's appointments, with complete authority for commitments of time; receives all correspondence for the Commander; screens all correspondence prepared for the Commander's signature; ensures that all data for Officer Fitness Reports is submitted on time and that all Fitness Reports are completed and forwarded within the time frame required; develops and publishes schedules for visiting commanding officers, prospective commanding officers and other VIPs; and prepares and tracks the Commander's taskings to staff.

2-3-2. Executive Assistant (NOOX). Serves as the executive assistant and special projects officer to the Commander and Deputy. Maintains a message control system to verify and record actions assigned to the various directorates and their completion dates; coordinates and acts as protocol officer for all command ceremonies (awards, retirements, change of command, etc.); coordinates the Commander's travel to include planning itinerary and preparing trip books with action items for site visits and background information; coordinates and drafts responses to the Commander's personal correspondence, E-mail, and letters to the claimancy on significant issues; attends staff meetings and provides other administrative functions as required for the Commander and Deputy.

2-3-3. Claimancy and Force Career Counselor (NOOF). The Career Counselor serves as the principal advisor on policies and regulations related to Navy career planning matters for the claimancy; monitors claimancy retention programs to ensure compliance with governing directives; performs on-site inspections/assist visits to commands with the Inspector General, reviews retention programs, CNO Special Interest Items, and quality of life programs; reviews monthly reenlistment/retention report forms from the claimancy for completeness, accuracy and retention data tracking; prepares quarterly statistical retention assessment reports; develops career counselor newsletters; provides periodic program updates throughout the claimancy; liaisons with Bureau of Naval Personnel on claimancy retention issues and career counseling matters; maintains individual station retention data and information unique to each command; coordinates and administers the annual NAVCOMTELCOM Golden Anchor Award program; monitors and coordinates claimancy Family Service Center matters; acts as primary liaison with the Family Advocacy Representative Program; briefs the Commander and headquarters' staff directorates on retention statistics, as directed; conducts retention interviews, contacts detailers; and manages the overall retention program for NAVCOMTELCOM headquarters.

2-3-4. Chaplain (NOOG). (ADDU from SECSTA) The chaplain is responsible for providing the claimant commanders and the staff with guidance, pastoral care and supervision to ensure quality religious programs in support of free exercise of religion throughout the claimancy; maintaining cognizance over matters pertaining to religion and morale throughout the claimancy, as well as facilitating the ministry of NAVCOMTELCOM chaplains. This is accomplished by advising NAVCOMTELCOM on matters relating to Chaplain and Religious Program Specialists allowances, distribution and training; acting as liaison with Chief of Chaplains (CNO OP-097); assisting in the orientation of prospective commanding officers and officers in charge concerning the mission and functions of the chaplain; assisting in planning, programming and budgeting for religious facilities (including military construction); and by participating in the NAVCOMTELCOM Inspector General program. The chaplain also monitors NAVCOMTELCOM chaplains' ministries via their quarterly reports of activities and maintains liaison with civilian welfare and support organizations, civilian clergy, religious organizations, and community civic organizations in field activities.

2-3-5. Command Master Chief (NOOH). The Command Master Chief functions as the principal enlisted advisor to the Deputy Commander. The Command Master Chief maintains and promotes effectiveness and efficiency of the chain of command; assists the Deputy in all matters pertaining to the welfare, morale, job satisfaction, and training of enlisted personnel to promote traditional standards of good order and discipline. As such, the Command Master Chief reports directly to the Deputy. Attends meetings as directed by the Deputy to keep apprised of current issues and provides a representative enlisted input; participates in ceremonies honoring command enlisted members, including all reenlistment ceremonies; and participates in, coordinates or monitors the following: Command orientation/indoctrination, chief petty officer/petty officer indoctrination courses, Professional Development Board, Command Career Development Team, and Sailor of the Quarter and Year Selection Boards.

2-3-6. Staff Judge Advocate (NOOJ). The Staff Judge Advocate advises the Commander on the legal aspects of conducting inquiries, investigations and inspections; administers the NAVCOMTELCOM headdquarters' military justice program, including nonjudicial punishment, courts-martial, and administrative discharge boards; performs legal assistance for active duty members, military dependents and retirees; advises the Commander and Deputy, assistant chiefs of staff at headquarters, and commanding officers and legal officers throughout the claimancy on a myriad of legal issues, including international agreement interpretation, environmental law, civilian personnel law and acts as the NAVCOMTELCOM Ethics Counselor and Freedom of Information and Privacy Act Coordinator.

2-3-7. Claimancy Master Chief (NOOM). The Claimancy Master Chief serves as Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Commander on all matters regarding enlisted program policies and regulations throughout the NAVCOMTELCOM claimancy; maintains and promotes effectiveness and efficiency of chain of command; assists the Commander in all matters pertaining to welfare, health, job satisfaction morale, utilization, and training of enlisted personnel to promote traditional standards of good order and discipline; advises the Commander on formulation and implementation of changes in policy pertaining to enlisted personnel; serves as principal point of contact between the command and the Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (MCPON) and relays information from the MCPON to appropriate levels within the Command; attends meetings as directed by the Commander to keep apprised of current issues and provides a representative enlisted input; participates in ceremonies honoring command members, represents or accompanies the Commander on visits to other commands, when directed; represents the Command and the Navy at community and civic functions upon invitation and as approved by the Commander, and participates in, coordinates, or monitors the following, as appropriate: (1) Command orientation/indoctrination, (2) chief petty officer/petty officer indoctrination courses, (3) Professional Development Board, (4) NAVCOMTELCOM Retention Program, (5) NAVCOMTELCOM Awards Board (when enlisted personnel are being considered), (6) NAVCOMTELCOM Command Managed Equal Opportunity Program (CMEO), (7) NAVCOMTELCOM Family Service Center and OMBUDSMAN Program, (8) NAVCOMTELCOM BEQ Management Programs, (9) U.S. Navy Commissary and Navy Exchange Boards (ashore), (10) Humanitarian Reassignment/Hardship Discharge Screening Boards, (11) NAVCOMTELCOM Welfare and Recreation Programs, (12) Overseas DODDS Programs and Services, (13) General Military Training and (14) NAVCOMTELCOM Sailor of the Year Program.

2-3-8. Chief, Navy Marine Corps MARS (NOOR). The Chief, Navy Marine Corps MARS carries out the responsibilities of the Military Affiliate Radio System and amateur radio affairs within the Department of the Navy.





2-4-1. Mission. The Inspector General (IG), a special assistant to the Commander, is responsible for the detection and prevention of fraud, waste, abuse, mismanagement and improprieties within NAVCOMTELCOM. The IG implements these responsibilities through conducting command inspections and investigations at subordinate activities throughout this world-wide claimancy to ensure commands are in compliance with NAVCOMTELCOM and higher level directives. During the course of a command inspection, the IG conducts personal interviews and holds focus group discussions to determine the command climate for quality of life issues and appraises the Commander of his findings. The IG manages the Department of Defense, Navy and NAVCOMTELCOM hotline and congressional inquiries and audit follow-up programs. Total Quality Leadership is also a program resident in the IG whose focus is to assist in implementing quality and process improvement philosophies within the headquarters and throughout the NAVCOMTELCOM claimancy.

2-4-2. Inspections Division (IG1). The Inspections Division conducts command inspections on a 3-year cycle. IG1 coordinates all preparations for the command inspection, conducts the operational portion of the command inspection, and prepares the command inspection report. The division maintains a database of command inspection recommendations. These recommendations, more commonly referred to as Implementation Status Reports (ISRs), are tracked from the initial documentation in the command inspection report to the actual implementation of the recommendations.

The Inspections Division is responsible for the claimancy Communication Security Material System (CMS) Inspection Program. The Command contains over 50 CMS accounts. CMS inspections are unannounced biennial inspections. The division also tracks Communication Security (COMSEC) investigations and reviews claimancy CMS COMSEC incidents.

2-4-3. Management Support/Investigations Division (IG2). The Management Support/Investigations Division provides a wide range of management support to the IG and his staff, which includes coordination and preparation for command inspections; coordina- tion and analysis of hotline allegations and congressional inquiries; serves as primary liaison and coordinator for head- quarters and claimancy surveys and audits conducted by external audit agencies (i.e., Navy Audit Service, General Accounting office, and Department of Defense Inspector General), management of IG budget for training, travel, office automation, and database administration. This division is also responsible for analyzing command inspection reports and providing trend analysis data to COMNAVCOMTELCOM and subordinate activities, as directed. The division also manages and directs the Physical Security and Loss Prevention, Personnel and Information Security Programs within the headquarters and the Arms, Ammunition and Explosives Programs for the claimancy.

2-4-4. Total Quality Leadership (TQL) (IGDA). As the single point of contact for headquarters and the claimancy for TQL, the coordinator oversees improvement efforts; identifies TQL training needs; provides guidance to COMNAVCOMTELCOM; acts as Quality Advisor for the headquarters' Executive Steering Committee and 23 world-wide claimancy coordinators. The TQL Coordinator manages the OPNAV Commitment to Excellence Award Program, and coordinates and reviews nomination packages for various other annual quality awards. Develops and conducts in-house training courses, including "Preparing for Strategic Planning." TQL is not an inspection item.





2-5-1. Mission. The Assistant Chief of Staff for Manpower, Personnel, Training, and Administration (N1) is responsible for the management and training of Total Force Manpower Resources, including civilian and active and reserve military, to satisfy mission objectives. N1 provides civilian and military personnel services, manages headquarters' administration, and provides public affairs guidance claimancy-wide.

2-5-2. Claimancy Civilian Personnel Programs (N1C). N1C manages the total claimancy human resource program and acts as principal authority and advisor to the Commander on civilian personnel programs and procedures. N1C acts as Command liaison to civilian personnel authorities.

2-5-3. Reserve Program Office (N1R). N1R administers and manages the Command's Naval Reserve Program 15 including: Recommending missions, objectives, plans, policies, and procedures for the development of Naval Reserve Program 15 and Total Force Manpower Mobilization Plans for the Command.

2-5-4. Manpower Resources and Military Manning Division (N11). The division oversees, plans, and executes all actions to implement Total Force Manpower requirements and authorizations for headquarters and claimancy. N11 maintains the Total Force Manpower Management System (TFMMS); maintains balance of end strength/billet authorizations; manages and executes the claimancy Efficiency Review Program; provides oversight of the Commercial Activity Program; and provides policy, guidance, and functional oversight to manpower managers at field activities. N11 oversees military manning for the claimancy and coordinates with BUPERS, MCAs, and EPMAC, as required, for officer and enlisted manning concerns.

2-5-5. Training and Professional Development Division (N12). The division plans and coordinates manager, operator, and maintainer training for planned and installed computer and telecommunications systems. N12 is the training advisor for computer and telecommunications training programs. N12 is the Navy's training advisor for Data Processing Technicians, Data System Technicians, Electronic Technicians, and Radioman Ratings. The division manages professional education and training programs for officers, enlisted, and civilian members of NAVCOMTELCOM headquarters and claimant activities and provides direct support to CNO (N6) in all of the above areas.

2-5-6. Military/Civilian Personnel and Administration Division N13). The division plans, directs, monitors, and provides military/civilian administrative support services to headquarters and claimancy, including military awards, military cash awards, military pay/personnel/administrative support system (PASS) liaison services, headquarters' Human Resources Program, headquarters' mail management, headquarters' forms and records management, and graphics services.





2-6-1. Mission. Base Level Communications (N2) develops and manages the strategies for consolidating and integrating all Navy base level communications assets under the NAVCOMTELCOM claimancy and NTS. Develops the organizational structure and strategy to transition the 135 world-wide Navy owned activities providing telephone service (APTS) into the NAVCOMTELCOM claimancy and its activities located at each Navy base and station; develops and implements strategies for the implementation and funding of the Navy Base Level Communications Infrastructure Plan and for acquiring services, equipment, and facilities in support of the plan; advises the Commander, NAVCOMTELCOM, the Defense Information System Agency (DISA), the CNO, and the Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) on matters relating to the status and capabilities of the Naval communities communications systems and facilities; performs necessary and appropriate liaison with other Navy and United States Government agencies, commercial industry, and foreign governments and their agencies as required by issues affecting base level communications; and represents the Commander, NAVCOMTELCOM, the CNO, and the SECNAV on panels, committees, and meetings as the senior Navy advisor on subjects related to the above.

2-6-2. Base Level Information Infrastructure (N21) supports the preparing command of level priorities and recommend trade-offs concerning resource allocations to various Naval Telecommunications System (NTS) projects. Prepare inputs to the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) five year plan and Navy Program Objectives Memorandum consistent with approved command objectives and priorities.

2-6-3. Long Haul Communications (N22) manages the Department of the Navy's use of DOD and other federal long-haul systems and networks, to include the DDN; FTS-2000, DSN, DISN, etc. near and far term; develops plans, policies and procedures to insure timely and cost effective methods for providing Navy communication requirement. Coordinates the biennial review and validations of leased communications services, facilities and equipment. As the Navy representative, participates in professional conferences/ symposiums, and/or provides representation to professional groups or societies concerned with communication technical support, presents and defends Navy views and interests, and identifies follow-on actions necessary to keep Navy personnel on a level with the "state of the art" in this area.





2-7-1. Mission. The Assistant Chief of Staff for Operations and Readiness (N3) is responsible for overseeing the operation of the information resource infrastructure providing required information to the end-user, when needed. The infrastructure includes voice, video, and data transmission (e.g., message traffic) and processing on DOD and commercial media.

2-7-2. Defense Message System (DMS) Operations Division (N31). The DMS Operations Division responds to operational messaging issues and implements procedures for naval messaging operations. The division is responsible for oversight of operational messaging systems/applications and routing doctrine, promulgation of Naval Telecommunications Procedures (NTPs), and ensuring conformance with prescribed policy and procedures imposed by headquarters and higher authority. The division analyzes and monitors Navy portions of AUTODIN and automated message processing systems for traffic loading and related performance. The division is the validation authority to DISA for Navy's AUTODIN contingency and alt route plans. The division monitors and controls software in operational legacy communications systems and end-user messaging applications, including message preparation programs. The division develops and implements operational messaging concepts, procedures and policies, and assists other directorates in defining functional messaging requirements.

2-7-3. Telecommunications Operations Division (N32). The Telecommunications Operations Division is responsible for overseeing the operation of telecommunications and assigned information resources. The division is responsible for monitoring (and resolving, when required) operational issues world-wide relating to military communications, including, but not limited to automated technical control, CMS matters, NAVTACNET, VIXS, base communications offices, merchant communications and the Inter-American Naval Telecommunications Network (IANTN) and other claimancy fleet support operations. The division administers the Status of Resources and Training System (SORTS) and TYCOM Readiness Management System (TRMS) program and operates/maintains the Naval Computer and Telecommunications Operations Center, including message service for the staff.

2-7-4. Submarine Communications Division (N33). The Submarine Communications Division provides program management, budget, plans, and operations and maintenance for submarine special communications and for ELF, FVLF, LF, and TACAMO shore communications operations. The division coordinates headquarters' special access programs.





2-8-1. Mission. The Facilities Engineering Directorate (N4) provides the engineering and management support for all communication infrastructure including facilities, utility systems, emergency power systems, environmental compliance and safety programs, antenna maintenance, and energy management. N4 provides technical/engineering expertise specializing in systems that are unique and vital to the communication mission, including uninterruptible power systems, emergency generators, grounding systems, HVAC (heating, ventilating, and air conditioning systems), energy conservation, and engineering consulting services for electrical and mechanical projects. N4 manages, plans, and coordinates oversight of all facilities master plans, Military Construction (MILCON) projects, special projects, specific Quality of Life (QOL) and Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) programs and headquarters' facilities administration. This directorate is also responsible for the repair and maintenance of all SATCOM, LF, VLF, HF, and microwave antenna assets world-wide. N4 manages and provides direct oversight for regionally located technical specialists that provide a wide range of technical assistance, including emergency maintenance and repair of specialized electrical, HVAC, antenna systems, and environmental/safety oversight.

2-8-2. Utility and Antenna Systems Division (N42). The Utility and Antenna Systems Division establishes engineering requirements for the installation, operation and maintenance of electrical and mechanical systems, including emergency power systems, multiple grounding systems, and HVAC systems. This division manages a 7-year electrical power program for the replacement/upgrade of emergency generators, uninterruptible power systems, and associated electrical distribution systems. This program includes the overhaul of large power plant engines and ancillary systems. N42 also manages a comprehensive maintenance program for electrical, mechanical and antenna systems to establish standardized procedures and to improve the readiness of NAVCOMTELCOM activities. This includes SATCOM, VLF, LF, Microwave, and HF antenna special projects to effect repair, maintenance, and upgrade of antenna structures and supporting elements. The division also provides direct engineering consultation and technical support to NAVCOMTELCOM field activities to resolve complex electrical, mechanical, and antenna system problems, as well as consulting services for the development of SECNAV mandated energy conservation projects, MILCON projects, and special project requirements.

2-8-3. Facilities Management Division (N44). The Facilities Management Division plans and executes construction, maintenance, repair, and disposal of Class I (land) and Class II (structures) real property, assesses subordinate activity facility requirements submitted as Basic Facility Requirements (BFR) and Shore Facilities Planning Documentation (SFPD), validates their adequacy, and programs Military Construction (MILCON) or special projects to satisfy these requirements. The division assesses the requirements of subordinate activities to operate and maintain existing facilities and real estate, allocates Maintenance of Real Property (MRP) centrally managed funds, and establishes claimancy-wide policies for facilities management of other public works matters throughout the claimancy. N44 also administers the Navy military and civilian Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) programs, Bachelor Quarters (BQ) program, Navy Food Service program, and oversight of the Navy Exchange (NEX) operations, including all Bureau of Naval Personnel (Pers-65) sponsored appropriated and Nonappropriated Fund (NAF) facility projects, for the Naval Computer and Telecommunications Command. Coordination with the host command for the administration and management of all headquarters facilities and space allocation issues is also an N44 responsibility.

2-8-4. Environmental/Safety and Occupational Health Management Division (N45). The Environmental/Safety and Occupational Health Management Division plans and directs claimancy Occupational Safety and Health (OSH)/environmental protection programs. Provides interpretation and guidance for compliance with OSH and Environmental Protection Agency laws, directives, regulations and instructions. Provides the management and oversight compliance of Navy's OSH (NAVOSH) inspection program for the headquarters and claimancy. Manages the NAVOSH and environmental training programs for safety managers/environmental specialists throughout the claimancy. N45 also manages the environmental protection and natural resources preservation programs and provides amplifying guidance on compliance with environmental protection laws, regulations and instructions. This division provides the technical authority for the command-wide environmental protection program as well as for the correction of all Class I and Class II deficiencies. Management of the upgrade/replacement/removal of all Underground Storage Tanks (USTs), conduction of air emission inventories, pollution prevention planning and environmental clean-up assessments are all part of this division's responsibilities.





2-9-1. Mission. Provide for the oversight of all aspects of assigned portion of the ashore architecture. Provide for the interpretation and documentation of requirements (user needs). Coordinate with SPAWAR as they extrapolate user requirements into integrated technical plans. Recommend modernization and cost- effective changes to the configuration baseline of the infrastructure. Coordinate, with SPAWAR, the integration and implementation of assigned segments of the Ashore Architecture. Responsible for gathering ashore communications requirements and coordinating with SPAWAR for integration and installation/life cycle support of various elements and components of the ashore architecture. Responsible for identifying and POMing for operations and maintenance support provided by NAVCOMTELCOM to support the Ashore Communications Architecture. Supports NAVCOMTELCOM Corporate Information needs, centrally managed O&MN contracts and Life Cycle Management (LCM) processing and approval.

2-9-2. Plans and Program Development Division (N51) . Responsible for codifying requirements, developing and evaluating alternatives to fulfill those requirements, creating or modifying existing programs/projects to fulfill those requirements, and ensuring the integration of planning and programming efforts. Responsible for providing base and systems restructuring planning as directed by higher authority. Responsible for fulfilling all division responsibilities for the communications (especially base and long haul) and base level computing. Participates on divisional planning integration teams. Provides Navy policy and standardization guidance for base communications. Handles resource tracking for assigned O&MN programs. Some assigned programs are: BCO (formerly APTS) functional transfers, Long Haul communications, base cabling, base switch systems, base communications modernization plan.

2-9-3. Corporate Information Management Division (N52) focuses on the need to provide the fleet and shore based users standard, consistent and accurate sources of C4I and administrative information. Assures that information requirements of the Assistant Chiefs of Staff and Regional Coordinators are integrated and included in the Corporate Information System (CIS). Oversees the process for validating and maintaining C4I information to assure accurate, consistent and current information for decision making. Responsible for obtaining and managing operations and maintenance contractual vehicles to satisfy Navy unique C4I requirements. Oversees and approves the process for LCM review used by headquarters and field activity project managers.

N521 Information Management Branch

Consistent with the Copernicus database GLOBIX and fleet requirements, manages the identification, development and integration of necessary standards, data models, formats and structures, supporting technology, software and databases to access this information. Maintains the Corporate Information System (CIS) providing access to headquarters and field activity personnel. Implements the procedures necessary to maintain the CIS data. Integrates the functional, technical and financial information for the Command in the CIS. Supports the R3B, the ACOSs and Regional Coordinators with planning, POM, and budget information. Integrates and maintain information about the Command infrastructure and the Ashore architecture. Establishes a process for validating, integrating and maintaining information in the CIS.

N522 Information Technology Branch

Establishes and implements interoperable Local Area Network (LAN) and messaging configurations. Manages the headquarters LAN implementing improved technology, maintaining the existing configuration and training employees in the implementation and use of products. Works closely with N521 and Command user to assure that automated solutions meet requirements and that limited resources are applied to technologies with the greatest return on investment. Implements improved procedures and standards necessary to ensure security of C4I systems. Provides guidance to regional commanders concerning accreditation and certification of systems. Recommends the use of technologies to support C4I systems in areas such as multi-level security and digital signatures.

N523 LCM/O&M Contracts Branch

Reviews and validates life cycle management (LCM) documentation submitted by headquarters and field activity project managers. Coordinates activities necessary to acquire approval for projects as delineated in SECNAVINST 5231.1C. Provides guidance and assistance to project managers on how to prepare, submit and obtain LCM approval. Continuously monitors the status of LCM projects as the projects are reviewed by NISMC and GSA. Develops technical requirements and specifications for contracts for Base Operating Support for the field activities. Administers O&MN contracts for communications services at the field activities.

N512 Fleet Support Branch

Fulfills all divisional responsibilities for communications components to support C4I and administrative systems. Participates on divisional planning integration teams. Oversees the configuration management for the hardware and communications components of C4I and administrative systems. Handles resource tracking for assigned programs. Some assigned programs are: transmitters, receivers, satellite systems; Adak relocation, West Coast realignment, ANCC).

N513 Architecture and Technology Branch

Fulfills all divisional responsibility for restructuring for systems and bases while maintaining adequate tactical communications as assigned by higher authority. Participates on divisional planning integration teams. Assesses means and ways to streamline, to the maximum extend possible, the NCTS infrastructure (manpower, facilities, and operating and maintenance costs while meeting current and future mission requirements.

Coordinates automation efforts with SPAWAR. Participates on divisional planning integration teams. Some assigned programs are: Navy DMS (including transitional components, strategies and phasing), continuing AUTODIN systems, MMS, PCMT, GateGuard, etc.), NRP, and Chinhae C4I facility.





2-10-1. Mission. The mission of the Maintenance and Logistics Support Directorate provides for management of material readiness of assigned components of the claimancy infrastructure, manages the NAVCOMTELCOM Maintenance Material Management (3M) program.

2-10-2. Maintenance and Logistics Support Division (N61). The division manages the material readiness f assigned components of the claimancy infrastructure, administers the NAVCOMTELCOM Maintenance Material Management (3M) program, develops preventive maintenance procedures for in-place hardware and devises maintenance standards for new components and systems. The division manages the General Purposes Electronic Test Equipment (GPETE) and Metrology and Calibration (METCAL) programs, addresses all Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) issues, coordinates claimancy supply requirements and casualty report (CASREP) technical and supply assistance, and administers the Navy Automation Resources Management System (ARMS).





2-11-1. Mission. The Financial Management Directorate (N7) supports the Commander, NAVCOMTELCOM and CNO (N46 and N6) in the formulation, presentation, justification and execution of the naval communications program and budget; NAVCOMTELCOM appropriated resources; and the Naval Computer and Telecommunications Area Master Station (NCTAMS) and Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station (NAVCOMTELSTA) Defense Business Operations Fund (DBOF) activity group budget. NAVCOMTELCOM, as the major claimant, exercises financial management control over its subordinate activities which operate under OPN and O&M,N appropriations and DBOF. The Financial Management Directorate also prepares the NAVCOMTELCOM Program Objectives Memorandum (POM). The directorate is also responsible for the headquarters' supply functions, as well as coordination of claimancy supply requirements.

2-11-2. DBOF Budget and Accounting Division (N71). The task of the Defense Business Operations Fund (DBOF) Budget and Accounting Division is to support the Commander and NAVCOMTELCOM Comptroller in the formulation, presentation, justification, and execution of the NAVCOMTELSTA information services DBOF budget. The division has overall responsibility for developing, analyzing, and justifying the consolidated NAVCOMTELSTA DBOF budget. The division is responsible for monitoring subordinate NAVCOMTELSTA activities' execution of cost authorities approved by OSD/NAVCOMPT; developing and implementing budgetary and accounting policies and procedures; analyzing financial reports/statements; monitoring and evaluating the effectiveness of financial systems; and monitoring and responding to all requirements associated with the Chief Financial Officer's Act (CFO), DOD/DON audits, and IG reports.

2-11-3. Appropriated Resources Division (N72). The Appropriated Resources Division provides for the review, analysis, formulation, justification, and execution of all General Fund resources for NAVCOMTELCOM. As the Budget Officer for NAVCOMTELCOM, N72 serves as the single point of contact on all appropriated fund budget issues for the headquarters and its subordinate activities. This division also performs all headquarters' supply functions and coordinates claimancy supply requirements. Additionally, N72 is responsible for the review, coordination, and approval of Inter/Intra-Service Support Agreements and serves as the coordinator for the claimancy's Management Control Program.

2-11-4. Programming Division (N73). The Programming Division develops the proposed POM submission to support NAVCOMTELCOM and its assigned mission functions, and in coordination with all other elements of the command, maintains the command continuity of programming and reprogramming actions required for effective participation in the Planning, Programming, and Budgeting System (PPBS). In addition, N73 serves as the interface/liaison between COMNAVCOMTELCOM and CNO (N46/N6) divisions and other CNO offices, SPAWAR, DCA, OSD, and other agencies concerning programming matters; ensures the development, coordination, and preparation of programs in support of selected Marine Corps shore (field) communication requirements; administers the Program Review Board and Program Coordination Panel (PCP); and provides program impact statements to N7/N7D, CNO (N46/N6), or SPAWAR, as appropriate, as input for reclamas to program or budget decisions or responses to congressional inquiries or reports. N73 serves, on a collateral duty basis, as the CNO (N46/N6) Ashore Communications Program Coordinator (ACPC). Duties consist of directing the coordination, development, and defense of the Navy's Ashore Communication Program to ensure that the C4I Program is responsive to the Navy's C4I objectives and in support of established criteria for the overall Navy program, the projected Navy C4I Systems Architecture and Navy commitments in the Defense Communications System.





2-12-1. Mission. The N8 Directorate supports the Commander, NAVCOMTELCOM and the Chief of Naval Operations (N6) in two major program areas. N8 functions as the business manager for the Defense Operations Business Fund (DBOF) activities, who provide information technology products and services to Navy, Marine Corps and other customers on a reimbursable basis. Serving on the DBOF Board of Directors, the ACOS staffs business opportunities and plans through the Department of Defense, the Secretary of the Navy, the Chief of Naval Operations, and major claimants. As an advocate for the DBOF Board of Directors and activities, the ACOS works to develop ways to increase market share, to reduce the cost of doing business and to market DBOF products and services. The Directorate sponsors the DBOF Navy-wide plan for the purpose of generating additional business among Navy customers. N8 coordinates business plans and activities closely with the NAVCOMTELCOM Comptroller to assure that changes to the business are consistent with fiduciary regulations and contribute to the overall DBOF goal of matching revenue and costs.

The second major mission of the N8 Directorate is the role as the NAVCOMTELCOM Chief Information Officer (CIO). The CIO provides COMNAVCOMTELCOM with the plan and implementation strategy for managing C4I information across the headquarters and world-wide field activities. Through this office, N8 implements the technology, processes, procedures, and rules necessary to assure decision makers with access to consistent and reliable sources of information. The CIO advises the Commander on the information requirements and technology that supports the strategic direction and major goals and objectives of the Command. The CIO is responsible for assuring that the information requirements of the assistant chiefs of staff and the commanding officers in the regional commands are identified, codified and acted upon. The CIO chairs the Information Requirements Board (IRB), with membership from each headquarters' directorate and each regional command.