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Policy Letter 1-11, from the ADIRINT (below), defines the policy, responsibilities, and procedures for the HQMC, Intelligence Department's participation in an Alternative Work Schedule (AWS) Program.  Implementation of AWS will support mission accomplishment while improving the efficiency and productivity of operations, enhancing personnel retention, and improving morale.

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Telework provides an effective tool for employees seeking to achieve the balance among personal, work and community responsibilities. It ultimately allows employees to achieve peak performance and meet the goals of flexible workplaces. Moreover, telework programs are integral to advancing other important national initiatives such as building capacity in the Federal workforce to continue agency operations in the event of snowfall or emergency. Telework plays an instrumental role in realizing sustainable environmental policies and, with collaboration and transparency fundamental to telework, these programs can facilitate the goals of open government. Telework also provides necessary access to pools of skilled employees through wider employment opportunities for the disabled.

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Intelligence Department Dress Code Policy

As civilian representatives of the Federal Government and the United States Marine Corps, employees of Headquarters Marine Corps are expected to maintain a neat and professional appearance. While specific articles of clothing are not prescribed, all employees are expected to dress in a manner consistent with their official positions while on duty. Employees in professional and administrative positions as well as those who have extensive contact with members of other Federal agencies and/or the public are expected to attire themselves in a manner that is generally acceptable in the business community.  A slovenly or offensive appearance is not appropriate.

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The expertise and competency of our civilian workforce is essential to the success of Marines on the battlefield. Accordingly, it is expected that leaders at all levels enable civilians to reach their full potential by taking advantage of available professional development resources and programs.  Likewise, each employee will be accountable for mapping and navigating a progressive program of self development. The Marine Corps demands that each of us commit to a lifetime of professional and personal growth, in order to faithfully sustain our distinction as America's premier force in readiness.

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The intent of this policy is to encourage HQMC Intelligence Department civilian personnel to establish and maintain an exercise program to promote physical fitness and good health.  The intent is to allow civilian workforce to engage in physical exercise at a reasonable level throughout the work week. Supervisors will retain the authority to modify any exercise time period in order to satisfy priority operational requirements.

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  • Policy Letter 2-10, "Civilian Physical Fitness and Wellness Policy", 14 Oct 2012.