The Navy recently launched the second round of an ongoing initiative known as Reducing Administrative Distractions (RAD), meant to solicit feedback from Sailors and Navy civilians on how to focus their daily activities on “Warfighting First.” … “Our goal is to help you alleviate these administrative burdens by removing as many unnecessary and redundant processes we can identify,” wrote Rear Adm. Herman Shelanski, director, Assessment Division, in an email to Navy commanding officers, executive officers and command master chiefs. “We will either eliminate them, centralize them, outsource them, make them more efficient, or convert them to an electronic format.”

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The Navy recently launched the second round of an ongoing initiative known as Reducing Administrative Distractions (RAD), meant to solicit feedback from Sailors and Navy civilians on how to focus their daily activities on “Warfighting First.” … “Our goal is to help you alleviate these administrative burdens by removing as many unnecessary and redundant processes we can identify,” wrote Rear Adm. Herman Shelanski, director, Assessment Division, in an email to Navy commanding officers, executive officers and command master chiefs. “We will either eliminate them, centralize them, outsource them, make them more efficient, or convert them to an electronic format.”

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The Navy recently launched the second round of an ongoing initiative known as Reducing Administrative Distractions (RAD), meant to solicit feedback from Sailors and Navy civilians on how to focus their daily activities on “Warfighting First.” … “Our goal is to help you alleviate these administrative burdens by removing as many unnecessary and redundant processes we can identify,” wrote Rear Adm. Herman Shelanski, director, Assessment Division, in an email to Navy commanding officers, executive officers and command master chiefs. “We will either eliminate them, centralize them, outsource them, make them more efficient, or convert them to an electronic format.”

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