The NMETLC Legal Advisor officer is responsible under the Commander, NMETLC for providing legal and policy advise to the Commander in all matters concerning military justice, administrative law, environment law, ethics, claims, admiralty, operational and international law, litigation and legal assistance. The NMETLC Legal Advisor officer helps develop the leadership, confidence, and experience of the command as a legal professional.
|Public Affairs Officer |
The Public Affairs Officer manages the direct public and media affairs area coordination throughout the command, including subordinate commands.
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|Command Evaluation |
The Command Evaluation (CE) provides sound, impartial and factual advice to the Commander NMETLC. The CE also provides assistance to organizations and individuals in order that NMETLC can maintain the highest levels of readiness, effectiveness, efficiency, discipline, integrity, and public confidence. The CE promotes the highest standards of ethical leadership and respect for Sailors, their families and Department of navy civilians.
|Command Managed Equal Opportunity|
The Command Managed Equal Opportunity Manager, as the command EO policy specialist, will act as the command's subject matter expert regarding current EO policies and practices (such as prevention of sexual harassment, fraternization, discrimination, religious accommodation, hazing, extremist groups, etc.).
|Privacy Program Management Office|
Provide HIPAA program execution through centralized oversight to assure a standardized and consistent approach across NMETLC and BSO-18 enterprise for policy implementation, continuity in program management, maximize compliance with the Privacy Rule of HIPAA of 1996, Public Law 104-191, and provide the compliance execution of Privacy Act of 1974 and its amendments.
|Healthcare Inter-service Training Office |
The Healthcare Inter-service Training Office (HC-ITO) provides policy and guidance for inter-service training; supports DoD, BRAC directives and training transformation initiatives; and facilitates medical inter-service training studies/reviews. The HC-ITO coordinates the establishment of multi-service training solutions for common training requirements, enabling the participating Services to preserve training resources as expressed in terms of manpower, equipment, funding, and facilities.
The Ombudsman facilitates communication between the Commander and family members fostering a better understanding of the needs and viewpoint of Navy members and their families, and providing information and assistance to family members with the Command. Ombudsman are trained to disseminate information both up and down the chain of command, including official Department of Navy and command information, command climate issues, local quality of life (QOL) improvement opportunities, and "good deals" around the community.