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The incumbent also has the responsibility for developing an Army-wide and public marketing strategy to include submitting CMH books for all major historical prizes to bring notice to CMH publications within the academic community. Serves as branch chief, with supervisory responsibility for the publishing of all Army historical and designated special projects.
Prepares and updates the CMH Style Guide, which is the editorial and stylistic standard for all Army historical publications, in accordance with AR, to ensure its continuing relevance for direct application both within the CMH and all Army historical offices. Advises the division chief on the suitability for publication of all in-house and external manuscripts.
Serves as a standing member of CMH formal review panels. Supervises and directs the workload of the Historical Products Branch, which is subdivided into two teams, editorial and production, and staffed with professional and technical employees.
Plans, develops, designs, and coordinates specific projects in conformance with guidance from the Chief, Histories Division. Integrates the workloads of editorial and production teams to ensure the simultaneous submission of all parts of a new project to the printer.
Establishes priorities for the branch, and recommends such to the Chief, Histories Division. Establishes and maintains professional editorial and graphics publishing standards, ensuring that the adoption of any new technology is consistent with those standards.
Provides outline of specifications to subordinates for their implementation and detailed refinement. Arranges for the publishing of all printed products through the Army Publishing Directorate and the Government Printing Office GPO and for the dissemination of all electronic publications.
Develops and directs contracting support programs, justifies funding, and ensures that work done by contactors supports specific publishing program objectives and complements in-house assignments. Deals with managers at a variety of government and commercial organizations, as well as with individuals associated with the writing, editing, printing, funding, marketing, and reviewing of works of military history.
Coordinates with military history education professionals and the Army Publishing Directorate on the overall Army training and doctrinal literature program. Allocates resources both manpower and funds to publish the maximum number of new historical titles and reprints to meet Army-wide needs.
Ensures that printing fund expenditures reflect the priorities of the agency. Continually monitors printing budget obligations and recommends revised printing priorities, as necessary, during the fourth quarter of the fiscal year. Coordinates with various Army schools to determine their future stockage requirements.
Monitors stock levels of CMH titles at the Army depot and at GPO, and uses this information to set reprint priorities given available printing funds.
Maintains familiarity with GPO procedures and production processes, Army regulations and governing publications, and Joint Committee on Printing rules.
Maintains a current knowledge of changes in typesetting, graphics, and printing technology. Recommends the selection and use of in-house desktop publishing, text editing, and other computer technology related to publishing or computer-based contracted services. Knowledge Required by the Position Level Points Expert knowledge in the application of a wide range of qualitative and quantitative skills for the assessment and improvement of organizational effectiveness.
Expert knowledge to interpret, understand and articulate a variety of subjects, and to write and edit materials tailored to specified media and audiences.
When presenting potentially controversial information, the editor decides whether to seek agreement among high-level officials.
Expert knowledge of current Army-wide missions and public affairs priorities is required because some material is considered the authoritative source of program and policy information by readers within and outside the Army.May 19, · POSITION DUTIES: MAJOR DUTIES The Chief, Historical Products Branch, serves as the CMH senior technical authority on editorial and publishing/printing policy and practices, and advises the Chief, Histories Division, on the suitability for publishing of manuscripts prepared by in-house or by external Army historical offices in terms of their organization, writing, documentation, size, and.
Preparing and Managing Correspondence Specifically, this revision dated 3 June 30, The Army Publishing and Printing Program, 21 June o Revises DA Form (Routing Slip).
Headquarters The Army Writing Style, page 7 Goal • 1–43, page 7 Standards for Army writing • 1– 4 plus years of experience in technical writing and editing or in public relations/communications.
Ability to collaborate with a multidisciplinary team. Proficiency in Microsoft Office software (Word/Word Templates, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio). Army Publishing: Action Officers Guide This pamphlet has been completely revised.
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Get all the articles, experts, jobs, and insights you need. The Army Publishing Directorate (APD) uses the following references and style manuals.
♦ Government Printing Office Style Manual - Edition ♦ Chicago Manual of Style - 16th Edition APD Training and Publication Processing ♦ Army Publication Forms Guidance ♦ Technical & Equipment Pubs Approval/Printing Process ♦ Publications.