Airmen Development Plan replaces T-ODP
By Capt. Genieve David, 75th Air Base Wing Public Affairs
/ Published August 27, 2007
HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah -- The Air Force Personnel Center announced it will launch the first of several increments of the Airmen Development Plan in September 2007.
The first segment will affect Active Duty officers and will replace the Transitional Officer Development Plan. It will be called the Officer Development Plan and will be, in part, the Airmen Development Plan.
"There are several new benefits to this program," said 2nd Lt. Laura Miller, deputy chief of employments and relocations. "The ADP will have performance reports, training records, decoration citations and more. The customer will be able to see real-time data on personal information."
The ADP, formerly known as the Force Development Toolkit, is a web-based program for Airmen, their commanders, senior raters and development teams. It is used to communicate desires and recommendations on assignments, job placement and command opportunities. The ADP also allows Airmen to specify job, school and base preferences, developmental goals, and special duty assignments.
"The ADP is also linked to the Automated Records Management System, providing the member with on-demand access to their personnel records and career planning diagram," said Lieutenant Miller.
The subsequent ADP phases will include enlisted and civilian development plans and all developmental education. More information is available at the AFPC web site http://ask.afpc.randolph.af.mil/ or contact the local representative, Lieutenant Miller at 777-2431.