Accountable Property Officer Competencies

Accountable Property Officers (APOs) are the individuals who, based on their training, knowledge, and experience, are appointed by proper authority to establish and maintain an organization's accountable property records and systems. Too often, property management is decentralized and responsibilities are assigned as collateral duties rather than a primary focus. In response, the Property and Equipment (P&E) Policy Office, in coordination with the Military Services and DoD Components, is identifying the core knowledge competencies needed by DoD APOs. This provides the foundation necessary for:

Competencies are a measurable pattern of knowledge, skills, and abilities an individual needs to perform occupational functions successfully. Implementing competencies within an organization facilitates:

By communicating these competencies to employees, organizations empower employees to take charge of their careers, direct their personal development, and continually self-evaluate and improve.

 

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