New Academic Evaluation Report

FORT MEADE, Md. -- After more than half a century of Soldiers using the current Academic
Evaluation Report, Army officials plan to release a new version in the form of a fillable PDF that
can be uploaded immediately to the Soldier's record.

The revamped Department of the Army Form 1059 will also include more ways to accurately track
a Soldier's academic performance in military and civilian schools.

The form and its corresponding Army regulation are part of ongoing efforts for the Army to better
capture and manage talent. Both are expected to be released soon, pending approval by the
secretary of the Army.

"It's putting increased academic accountability into the system," said George Piccirilli, division
chief for the Evaluations, Selections and Promotions Division, Army Human Resources Command.


In addition to the new fillable form, instructors at Army school houses will be trained this summer
on a new electronic system currently under development, which will be used to upload the new
academic reports and make them more easily accessible.

The new system, which is expected to be fully operational this summer, will be available on the
Army Evaluation Entry System, or EES, which currently tracks NCO and officer evaluation reports.

"It's all electronic, so there's really no paper going back and forth," said David Griffee, chief of
evaluation systems within the division. "That will give the schools the ability to do things faster
and more efficient."

The new report has three separate forms to evaluate performance in service schools, civilian
institutions and one solely used by the Army War College.

One significant change in the service schools form is that it now recognizes "superior academic
achievement" for Soldiers who place within the top 21 to 40 percent of a class. The top 20 percent
fall under the commandant's list.

"The new form has more rigor, more structure," Piccirilli said. "We're trying to get a little bit more
information so the Army can truly identify those top performers, those critical thinkers it is looking
for in the future."


Under the database, academic reports will be placed faster into a Soldier's record. That could
mean a Soldier being deemed as "promotable" right after he or she graduates a service course.

And if a Soldier goes before a promotion board, the report can be quickly found online to verify
their education.

"There's a lot of leverage in the system," Piccirilli said.

Academic reports stored in the EES database will be transferred to the Army's talent management
database once it is developed and goes live.

"We can push that all forward to give them a foundation," Griffee said.

The searchable data found in the academic reports could help put qualified Soldiers in the right job
in the right place at the right time.

Soldiers may even see opportunities in different career fields due to their educational background.

"Having those pieces of information may allow you to shape your team with a different mix of
personnel rather than just a single basic branch," Griffee said.

That could then lead to a unique setting where there are new ideas and opinions versus a single
line of thought.

"Having a healthy debate and different viewpoints generally leads to better decisions," Griffee said.
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