USAG LOCAL DEVELOPMENTAL ASSIGNMENT PROGRAM (LDAP)
The Fort Campbell US Army Garrison (USAG) Local Developmental Assignment Program (LDAP) provides multifunctional training assignments to broaden employee experience, prepares participants for increased responsibility, and improves organizational communication. The program is valuable form of employee development that enables employees to gather practical knowledge, skills, and abilities outside his or her common experience.
Who: Any USAG Appropriated Fund employee that has held an Army Civilian position, or a combination of Army Civilian positions, for a total of 2 or more years.
- Employee must:
- Have completed CES requirements (at least the DL portion) relevant to their grade and supervisory responsibilities.
- Demonstrate exceptional character, commitment, potential for growth, and future leadership capability within the command.
What: The LDAP program will have opportunities for learning and development for its participants in order to achieve fully trained, multifunctional, and responsive employees. The duration of this program is 30-90 days.
When: Application period is open from 15 October – 30 November.
Why: The purpose of the program is to identify and develop exceptional employees and future leaders; develop an agile, adaptive workforce; and to institute and promote a culture of coaching and mentoring USAG-wide.
What you need to submit:
- Completed application form approved by Supervisor and Director/Activity Chief (link)
- Current IDP approved by Supervisor
If you have questions, please check out our FAQ's (Link)
Submit packet to Leslie Herlick, Training Integration Branch at firstname.lastname@example.org, 270-412-6603. Scott Galbraith, Training Officer, email@example.com, 270-798-2687 is the LDAP Program Manager.
Disclaimer: Participation in the LDAP is voluntary and can be withdrawn at any time. Participation in the program is not a guarantee for future training, assignment, promotion, or career advancement.
LDAP Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) (Link)
Application and Completion Documents
Supervisor and Employee Engagement Guide
Call for Opportunities
Supervisor Assessment of Performance Objectives
Program Participant Evaluation
Opportunity Provider Evaluation
As applicable, Application and Completion Documents should be downloaded to your desktop, completed and signed, saved, and emailed with supporting documents to the POC below.
POC: Civilian Professional Development opportunities is Leslie Herlick, 270-412-6603, email: firstname.lastname@example.org