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What does NSPS stand for?

NSPS stands for National Security Personnel System (US government)

This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:

  • Military and Government

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Morale is lower than it was during the A-76 outsourcing competitions and when DoD tried to replace existing pay and performance management policies with the National Security Personnel System.
The transition of Defense Department civilian employees from the National Security Personnel System is proceeding, with 75 percent of the work force expected to be transferred into the General Schedule classification and pay system by late September, the defense official overseeing the effort told Congress June 9.
The last two days of the RSOC focused on providing training for the FISCJ site directors and supervisors who either will be transitioning or who have employees transitioning to the Department of Defense's new National Security Personnel System (NSPS).
Programs: Enabling and Organizing Our People for Success * Force Restructuring: Postures the Air Force as a more streamlined, capable force * Force Development: Fosters the skills and knowledge necessary for mission success * Recruiting and Retention: Ensures a capable team now and into the future * Training, Education, and Doctrine: Takes us from motivated civilians to capable Airmen * National Security Personnel System (NSPS): Builds on a new performance management system that values performance, rewards contribution, and promotes excellence
This link between behavior and performance has been recognized as part of the proposed National Security Personnel System (NSPS): "The NSPS regulations provide for consideration of employee behavior as a performance factor, element, or objective, such as 'teamwork/ cooperation' (Federal Register, 2005, p.
The National Security Personnel System (NSPS) is coming, and it's coming fast; the Department of the Navy is among the first organizations to be converted.