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DVIDS – News – NAVSUP FLC Norfolk receives HR and EEO Community Award of Excellence

The Norfolk Barrier Analysis Data Working Group of NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center (FLC) has been selected as the 2020 Department of the Navy (DON) Human Resources (HR) and Human Resources (HR) Community Excellence Award 2020. equal employment opportunity (EEO) in the small team category.
The April 7 announcement particularly highlighted the Data Task Force team of Andrea Contratto, Doug Chaler and Lt. Cmdr. Sanjay Sharma, and recognizing them for their work in providing exceptional data accumulation, analysis and mapping in support of the NAVSUP FLC Norfolk Barrier Analysis (BA) General Steering Committee.
The objective of the NAVSUP FLC Norfolk Barrier Analysis Data Working Group is to determine whether there is any evidence in historical control employment data that indicates the need for improvement in some aspect of the control system. human capital, such as the recruiting process, reward distribution or retention. .
“Getting recognized at the department level is a pretty big personal achievement,” Contratto said. “In addition to recognition for myself and for the team, this award very positively reflects NAVSUP FLC Norfolk for its support of new ideas and adoption of change.”
According to Dave Cass, director of the business support department, this data working group was a recent addition to the barrier analysis team and their work made identifying potential problems and opportunities easier and easier. based on data, helping the entire BA team.
Contratto, who heads the workforce enrichment division, coordinated the effort and says his group analyzed data from 2015 to 2020, looking at the makeup of our civilian workforce based on several factors, for example gender, race / ethnicity and disability.
She said they were working with a total of 21 information tables for each year reviewed. “It’s pretty important. We combined five years of data into a single table, then created a variety of charts to illustrate the data for ease of interpretation. There are two sets of tables: one set provides data on race / ethnicity and gender classified by disability status; the other set of tables provides data on the overall workforce also by race / ethnicity and sex. “
For example, Contratto explained, one data table divided our workforce by temporary and permanent employees, then by race / ethnicity and gender, while another provided the overall workforce by command unit identification codes. and also by race / ethnicity and gender.
“After the team combined the five years of data on a spreadsheet, graphs or visuals were created that compared temporary and permanent on race / ethnicity and gender (male-female) for the period of five years, ”she added. We continued with the overall numbers. Some charts compared the workforce across races / ethnicities; others compared men and women based on a particular race or ethnicity. ”
They were also able to analyze how the prizes are distributed; NAVSUP FLC Norfolk accession and separation patterns, disability status and other factors.

“These charts were presented to the Barrier Analysis Steering Committee who would decide what additional data they wanted to see or if they wanted more detail on a particular dimension,” she explained.
At the request of the steering committee, the team used census tables showing the composition of the workforce in specific locations to give them a clearer picture of the dataset. FLC Norfolk demographics were also compared to NAVSUPs. Overall, this information enables leadership to improve their understanding of the makeup of a vibrant civilian workforce.
She added that the BA Steering Committee will meet again in May to review some final charts and revisit the precedents and that the work of the Barrier Analysis Working Group will continue, with the 2021 data just around the corner. the street.
“I am extremely proud of the Barrier Analysis Data Working Group for what they have accomplished and for winning this award,” said the Commanding Officer of NAVSUP FLC Norfolk, Captain Julie Treanor. “The data, visuals and analytics they produce dramatically improve our understanding of the makeup and dynamics of our civilian workforce, allow us to assess the effectiveness of our diversity management efforts, and above all, they give us the opportunity to empower ourselves.

Date taken: 07/04/2021
Date posted: 04/22/2021 3:28 PM
Story ID: 394501
Location: NORFOLK, VA, United States

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