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SUBJ/FISCAL YEAR 2019 CNO GOLD DISK DEVELOPMENT AWARD RECIPIENTS//

REF/A/JFMM VOLUME VI, CHAPTER 8//
AMPN/REF A IS VOL VI, CHAPT 8 OF THE JOINT FLEET MAINTENANCE MANUAL, 2M 
ELECTRONIC REPAIR.// 

GENTEXT/REMARKS/1.  IN 1997 THE DEPUTY CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS (CNO)
(LOGISTICS) IMPLEMENTED A CNO MONTHLY GOLD DISK AWARDS PROGRAM.  THIS PROGRAM 
WAS DESIGNED TO ENCOURAGE FLEET PERSONNEL IN THE MARITIME COMMUNITY TO 
DEVELOP GOLD DISK TEST ROUTINES AND REPAIR CIRCUIT CARD ASSEMBLIES AND 
ELECTRONIC MODULES.  THE RESULTS REFLECT IMPROVED OPERATIONAL READINESS OF A 
WIDE RANGE OF C5I AND HM&E SYSTEMS IN ADDITION TO SIGNIFICANTLY IMPROVED 
OPTAR COST AVOIDANCE.  THE AWARD CONSISTS OF A LOC SIGNED BY CNO N8, DEPUTY 
CNO FOR INTEGRATION OF CAPABILITIES AND RESOURCES AND A MILITARY CASH AWARD 
DEPENDENT UPON POTENTIAL COST AVOIDANCE THRESHOLDS.

2.  RECENTLY, THE CASH AWARD CRITERIA CHANGED TO A GRADUATED DOLLAR VALUE 
DEPENDENT UPON COST AVOIDANCE THRESHOLDS ON AN ANNUAL BASIS FOR DEVELOPERS.  
THE NEW AWARD PROGRAM REWARDS TECHNICIANS THAT DEVELOP GOLD DISK TEST 
ROUTINES SUPPORTING ITEMS HAVING HIGH DEMAND OR LONG LEAD TIME OUTSTANDING 
REQUISITIONS.
ANNUAL COST AVOIDANCE THRESHOLDS:
$150K TO $199K OF COST AVOIDANCE YIELDS A $2K AWARD $200K TO $249K OF COST 
AVOIDANCE YIELDS A $3K AWARD $250K TO $299K OF COST AVOIDANCE YIELDS A $4K 
AWARD $300K AND OVER OF COST AVOIDANCE YIELDS A $5K AWARD

3.  THE CNO GOLD DISK AWARDS PROGRAM IS ADMINISTERED BY THE NAVSEA MINIATURE 
MICROMINIATURE MODULE TEST AND REPAIR (2M MTR) PROGRAM MANAGER.  FLEET 2M MTR 
POLICY AND RESPONSIBILITIES ARE CONTAINED IN REFERENCE A.

4.  I AM PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE FISCAL YEAR 2019 GOLD DISK DEVELOPMENT AWARD
RECIPIENTS:
ET1 JONATHAN D. BORING, USNS COMFORT (T-AH 20)
ET1 PATRICK A. CHAPMAN, USS GERALD R FORD (CVN 78)
ET2 EDGARD E. CHAVEZ, USS GEORGE WASHINGTON (CVN 73)
ET2 JEFFREY S. HERMS, PCU TRIPOLI (LHA 7) THE COMBINED DEVELOPMENT EFFORTS 
PRODUCED 9 GOLD DISK TEST ROUTINESFOR AN ESTIMATED TOTAL RECURRING ANNUAL 
COST AVOIDANCE OF MORE THAN $1,473,172.

5.  NUWC DET FEO NORFOLK POC IS MR. SCOTT DOHERTY, MTR AND GOLD DISKFLEET 
COORDINATOR, 757-396-0800 EXT 5308, DSN 386-5308 OR VIA E-MAIL, 
SCOTT.DOHERTY(AT)NAVY.MIL.
THE NAVSEA 2M MTR APM, IS MR. MARC BORKOWSKI, COMM 202 781-0508 OR VIA E-MAIL 
MARC.BORKOWSKI(AT)NAVY.MIL.

6.  RELEASED BY DIRECTION NEIL W. T. HOGG, SES, ASSISTANT DEPUTY CHIEF OF 
NAVAL OPERATIONS, N8B.//

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