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Workforce Training Initiative:

High Level Summary


April 28, 2010

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Table of Contents


Project Overview


Workforce Analysis


Curriculum Analysis


Findings







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Overview of

Project Plan

Feb
2009

Mar
2009

Apr
2009

May
2009

Jun
2009

Jul
2009

Aug
2009

Sep
2009

Oct
2009

Nov
2009

Workforce

Assessment

Curriculum

Assessment

Curriculum
Development

Key Milestones

Feb 27

Kickoff
Meeting

May 29

Findings

Presentation

Aug
20

Findings

Presentation

Facilitation

Final
Outcome:

Strategic
Plan
for
Curricula
Development

Nov 16

Final

Report

Engineering and Engineering Technology

Scientists and Mathematicians

Computer Technology and IT

Business Management and Administration

Sep 15

Staff and Faculty
Roundtable

Aug 27

Stakeholder
Roundtable

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Population breakdown

Projected APG Population in 2012

U.S. Army Civilians

11, 313

Contractors

5,703

Other*

3,272

TOTAL

20,288

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* Other = Other Federal Agencies, State/Local Government Employees,
Vendors, Non
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Appropriated Fund Employees, Foreign Government Liaisons,
Students, and Other DOD Civilians

Since we only have access to U.S. Army Civilian data,

this analysis does not address “Contractors” or “Others.”

It is important to note that the number of contractors above refers only to embedded
contractor staff (inside the gate). Additional contractors are located outside the
confines of APG and estimates of their numbers range from 10,000 to 20,000 or more.

Top Six High

Impacting Occupations

34%

23%

16%

12%

9%

6%

Top Six High Impact
Occupations

Engineering
Business/HR/Support
Logistics
Computer Science/Technology
Science & Mathematics
Procurement
Top Occupational
Groupings

Occupation

Incumbents

Engineering

3,133

Business/HR/Support

2,151

Logistics

1,480

Computer Science/Technology

1,092

Science & Mathematics

797

Procurement

562

Top 6 Total

9,215

APG Total Incumbents

11,313

Top six occupations account for 81% of workforce.

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Workforce Education

summary

Workforce Distribution

Education

Groupings

# of Job
Series

# of
Incumbents

Assoc.
Degree

Bachelor
Degree

Masters
Degree

Doctoral
Degree

Engineering

16

3,133

59

1377

804

63

Logistics

23

1,480

88

470

166

0

Computer Science/Technology

6

1,092

32

434

287

14

Science & Mathematics

24

797

16

291

139

122

Procurement

5

562

15

273

100

0

Total

74

7064

211

2845

1256

199

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These five occupational groups have the highest concentration of degrees in
the APG workforce. Of the 7,064 incumbents, 64% hold a college degree.

Two major factors drive the need for degree programs to support APG:



Wave of new hires as the BRAC move takes place (estimate that 50% or less will
actually make the move)



Impending wave of retirements (approximately 35% of the APG workforce is
eligible to retire within 5 years)

Training Needs

Forecast

Disclaimer:

Training needs forecast is extrapolated from data gathered,
representing approximately 84% of the APG workforce.
Data was multiplied by a factor of 1.19 to develop the
extrapolated results displayed in the following slides. The
complete data may vary slightly from this forecast.

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Degree

Requirements

Degrees by Year

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Degree

Requirements

Associate Degrees

Bachelor Degrees

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Degree

Requirements

Doctoral Degrees

Masters Degrees

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High Level Gap Analysis*

(EFFECTIVE August 20, 2009)

Legend:

No Gap

Possible Gap

Probable Gap

In Development

* This gap analysis is a snapshot in time and is only one of several
tools to help determine priorities in development of programs.
This tool simply identifies the likelihood of a gap between
employee development needs and current college offerings.

Data Unavailable

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FindingS


Opportunities exist for colleges to provide both credit and non
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credit programs


A total of 11,313 U.S. Army civilians in 221 different occupations will be employed
on APG in 2012 (for convenience, we organized these 221 occupations into 15
occupational groupings)


Six groupings of occupations comprise 81% of the workforce and afford the greatest market
opportunities for the community colleges


These groupings are: Engineering, Business / HR / Support, Logistics, Computer Science /
Technology, Science/ Mathematics, and Procurement


Approximately 35% of the APG workforce (including those who are identified to move to
APG) are retirement eligible


Although the APG workforce is aging, there are significant numbers (409 or nearly 4%) of
employees who continue to work past age 65


There are 22 distinct occupations with over 100 positions


Of these 22 occupations, 16 have an average age of 48 or greater


There are 18 occupations which have 50 or more people eligible to retire within 5 years

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Findings


There are 13 occupations with 30 or more people with some college but no
degree


There are 2465 people with no college experience


There is a request for AA degrees in Resource Management, Human
Resources, and Logistics


In addition to the projected U.S. Army civilian workforce of 11,000 plus,
there will also be a contractor workforce of nearly 6000 and additional
non
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Army positions of over 3000.located on APG


An estimated 10,000 to 20,000 additional contractors will be located in
close proximity to APG


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Complete Study



Full study is available on the Chesapeake Science and Security Corridor website


Link is:


http://www/apg
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cssc.com/_media/client/pdf/WorkforceTrainingAssessment_Final
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Rpt.pdf


Carol Koffinke, President

Beacon Associates, Inc.

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