26 May, 1992
National Defense Executive Reserve (NDER)
United States. Department of the Navy
"This release supersedes COMSCINST 3061.1A and provides policies and procedures for the administration of the National Defense Executive Reserve (NDER) Unit of the Military Sealift Command. This brief document addresses the re-establishment of the National Defense Executive Reserve Unit program which provides a reserve of highly qualified individuals from industry and labor to serve in civilian positions in the federal government during a national emergency. Responsibilities of the MSC NDER Coordinator, Personnel, Manpower, and Management Director, Flag Secretary, Public Affairs Office, Office of Counsel, Operations Director, Engineering Director, Comptroller, and Plans, Policy, and Program Director are clarified."
  • URL
  • Publisher
    United States. Department of the Navy
  • Report Number
    COMSCINST 3061.1B; N12
  • Date
    26 May, 1992
  • Copyright
    Public Domain
  • Format
  • Media Type
  • Resource Group
    Instructions and directives (agency/department)

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