AIR FORCE - AFPD 36-81
TOTAL FORCE (TF) HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (HRM) DOMAIN GOVERNANCE
|Publication Date:||15 November 2013|
Purpose and Overview.
This directive defines TF HRM governance responsibilities, relationships and integration points within the domain. It establishes the processes and relationships within the domain governing framework to ensure TF HRM strategies, policies, systems, processes and organizations are developed and implemented by various organizations. The intent is to foster innovation and integration enabled by connections among component and functional efforts resulting in increased efficiency and effectiveness. The TF HRM governance is the cross-component, integrated capability designed to administer the Air Force HRM domain for the RegAF, AFR and ANG. This governance also provides for a single integrated TF HRM domain voice to the Air Force Corporate Structure (AFCS) and the Air Force Core Function Lead Integrators (CFLI). See Figure 1.1 for governance structure.
The HRM Governance is a collaborative effort among three legally separate component organizations and is not intended to supplant component functional staffs. It is intended to enhance and provide balance when making HRM domain decisions. The functional staffs continue to conduct functional business and reviews. The HRM Governance increases overall management effectiveness by applying cross-component judgment, experience and analysis. Within the governance, any component may be tasked to serve as the lead agent in representing the HRM Domain while ensuring TF component equities and legal authorities are acknowledged and addressed in decision-making. HRM leaders will collaborate to align HRM domain strategy and integrate policy development and execution, align resource planning and programming, and create synergy around other areas affecting the TF HRM domain. At its best, alignment of strategy enables human capital professionals to become drivers of organizational and operational effectiveness.