Civilian Human Resources
Welcome to the U.S. Fleet Forces Command (USFFC) Director of Civilian Human Resources webpage. DCHR serves as the day-to-day technical authority for human resources advice and technical human resources determinations affecting the command, to include it's human resources offices and satellites.

Welcome
The U.S. Fleet Forces Command Director of Civilian Human Resources (DCHR) serves as the day-to-day technical authority for human resources advice and technical human resources determinations affecting the command, to include its human resource offices (HROs) and satellites. DCHR basics and services include: 

  • Serving as the principal HR advisor and technical authority within the command on civilian HR issues

  • Advising the chain of command and the deputy assistant secretary of the Navy for Civilian Human Resources (DASN (CHR)) on decisions and issues impacting current and future command civilian workforce

  • Providing technical direction to command HROs and their satellite offices, and provides or advocates for sufficient resources and capabilities for those offices

  • Leading support and report on command and activity human capital and strategic workforce planning processes

  • Developing and administering command-wide guidance for HR programs, processes and operations, and assessing implementation of HR policies and programs

  • Developing and maintaining HR performance metrics

  • Participating in and supporting DoN-wide efforts to improve and enhance recruitment and retention programs

  • Advocating command requirements and representing the command in DoN HR policy, program development and field operations issues

  • Collaborating with the servicing operations center director to provide end-to-end HR services for the command

  • Collaborating with staff on DoN HR issues, legislative initiatives, DoD regulatory changes, and DoN-wide HR policy improvements

  • Monitoring command development and use of HR information technology (IT) systems and applications to ensure compliance with DoN IT policy, and HR functionall application management (FAM) requirements

 

 
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