G-3 manages monitors, directs and coordinates standards-based individual MOS skill and skill progression training and training programs at Formal Learning Centers (FLC) and integrates Training Command staff supporting efforts and synchronization of resources.
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Future Operations (FOPS) conducts analysis of potential training programs in support of training requirements and provides Courses of Action (COA) to the Commanding General for decision. Provides the Commanding General Service-level oversight of plans, policies, and directives associated with training. Maintains the command Organizational Manual, Standard Operating Procedures and current year Campaign Plan. Additionally FOPS is responsible for the Knowledge Management and Information Sharing across the breadth of the command by maintaining the Command Share Point site to include the CG's Common Operating picture (COP).
The purpose of the Civilian Manpower section is to establish and maintain civilian manpower policy and procedures related to the development, coordination, implementation and administration of the Position Management Program for TRNGCMD’s civilian workforce. This is accomplished by providing higher and subordinate commands with administrative support, guidance and oversight of civilian manpower-related programs, applications and databases which include, but are not limited to:
Civilian Manpower Policies
Civilian Structure Management
Strategic Workforce Planning (SWP)
Civilian Manpower Manning & Staffing
Civilian Manpower Requirements Review Board (CMRRB)
Civilian Table of Organization and Equipment Change Request (TOECR) Review
Civilian Position Description (PD) Management
Civilian Performance Management and Awards
Civilian Request for Personnel Actions (RPAs)
Production Management (PM) provides production oversight in order to consolidate and submit requirements, coordinate resources, and ensure timely delivery of the appropriate quantity and quality of Marines to the Operating Forces.
Inter-service Training Operations (ITOps) provides the interface and coordination necessary to leverage inter-service training opportunities to meet individual MOS skill and skill progression training requirements. Conducts analysis of potential training programs in support of training requirements and provides Courses of Action (COA) to the Commanding General for decision. Provides the interface and coordination necessary to leverage inter-service training opportunities to meet individual MOS skill and skill progression training requirements.