What is the basis for drafting and enforcing all federal laws governing the US?
Which title of the US code spells out the general provisions and punitive articles of the UCMJ?
Title 10, Subtitle A., Part II, Chapter 47
Who mainly develops ROE, and who is responsible for individual unit compliance?
General officers with approval from the National Command Authority; Subordinate commanders
Who has inspection responsibility over the National Guard?
The department secretaries of the US Army and Air Force
Match the US title in Column B with its function in Column B. Items may be used once, more than once or not at all.
Assigns homeland defense responsibility to the National Guard.
Includes the War Power Resolution.
Defines all Federal crimes.
Creates the DOD as the executive component of US government.
Expands on Constitutional Authority to enter US forces into conflict.
A) Title 10
B) Title 18
C) Title 32
D) Title 50
32, 50, 18, 10, 50
What can the results of the Schmitt Analysis be used for?
To classify operations as either military or diplomatic
When was the Air Force IO doctrine finalized and published?
August of 1998
Who is the principal defense policy advisor to the president?
The Secretary of Defense
Who manages Air Force publications?
Air Force Departmental Publishing Office (AFDPO)
According to the Air Force's operations doctrine, what are the two pillars of IO?
Information warfare and information-in-warfare
What are AFNOIs and what are they used for?
Directive specialized publications providing operating procedures and checlists for network operations. USed to document standard processes as well as operate, maintain or troubleshoot network software and equipment and are generated for technical subjects not covered by Air Force publications or technical orders.
How do AFPDs relate to AFIs?
AFPDs are drafted at the Air Force level and provide guidance for AFIs. AFIs are drafted at the MAJCOM and Field Operating Agency (FOA) level
What do OIs assign and how do they differe from AFIs?
Assign directive actions, responsibilities and prescribe procedures. Differ from AFIs in that they are written at a much lower organizational level such as a squadron or flight level.
What do TOs provide?
Provide official guidance on producing, configuring, installing, maintaining, modifying and operating equipment or systems.
Define telecommunications and what does it provide us with?
Electronic communications and provides us with the transmission of analogs or digital bits information to convey data over significant geographical distances to communicate.
What does the Air Force portal provide Air Force users?
Provides essential online resources for the Air Force and its users at a single location
What are the Air Force portal's three key features?
Common virtual platform for access and sharing accurate information. Catalyst for reducing overlap and duplication among cross-functional information systems. Means for conducting self-service functions.
What spectrum of topics does the Air Force portal cover?
Covers the spectrum of Air Force missions and processes including business, combat support and command and control processes
What is the most important part of the Air Force portal initiative?
What does the single-sign-on enable authorized users to do on the Air Force portal?
To enter their passwords once and gain access to all their applications with no further log-in.
Who manages access groups for organization content publishers?
Advanced content managers
Who works in collaboration with the content publishers to ensure the information of the Air Force portal is accurate and applicable with AFIs and Air Force portal guidance?
Who is considered the "owner" of some amount of content on the Air Force portal?
What is the Air Force goal concerning accessibility to Internet resources?
To provide personnel requiring access for official business maximum accessibility to Internet resources
Who may authroize personal use of government provided hardware and software?
Failure to observe the prohibitions and mandatory provisions of AFI 33-129, Web Management and Internet Use, by military personnel is a violation of which UCMJ article?
UCMJ, Article 92, Failure to Obey Order or Regulation
Who appoints Air Force portal content managers and content publishers for public and private websites?
What exactly is electronic mail or e-mail?
A method of exchanging digital messages from one originating party to one or more receipients
When should you use e-mail summaries?
Use summaries to sum up a lengthy e-mail or to re-emphasize topics of significant importance.
What plays a vital role in managing and operating Air Force activities?
Whose rights must be protected through the proper implementation of the records management programs?
The rights of the government and of persons directly affected by Air Force actions.
What are draft records?
Can be altered and have not been signed or officially released
What are final records?
Have been signed, officially released and cannot be altered
How must Air Force units at all levels manage records?
Systematically to make sure they are complete, accurate, trustworth and easily accessible
Which of the following items qualify as records;
1) Stocks of publications
2) Electronic versions of maps
3) Library material acquired for reference purposes
4) Photographs received by an agency of the US government
2 and 4
What records relate solely to an individual's private affair?
Match the responsibility in column A with the position in column B. Items in column B may be used once, more than once or not at all.
Manages the base staging area
Ensures offices of records receive a SAV at least every 24 months
Maintains the office files plan and accountability for active and inactive records
Ensures all personnel who create, maintain and dispose of records, attend record management training
Trains all personnel within three months of assignment, whose duties include filing, maintaining and disposing of records
What is the purpose of a staging area?
For temporary storage of records pending destruction or transfer to a federal records center
Who ensures installation offices of record conduct periodical unit self-inspections and receive a SAV at least every 24 months?
Records Manager (RM)
What contributed to the need for an ERM solution?
E-mail revolutionized the flow of communication and significantly contributed to the need for an electronic records management (ERM) solution
Who will use dedicated space on the SANs to store e-records?
Network Control Center (NCC) staff
Who is responsible for ensuring designated storage, proper use and integrity of e-files/e-records?
Base/unit records professionals, Base Record Managers (BRM), FARMs, RC and COR
How will protection be applied to files and folders containing sensitive privacy act data?
By using passwords and group permissions
Who must monitor the e-file box and assist and/or file the records in the box?
The FARM and RC
What is the first step in filing a document?
Assemble documents for filing in the same manner as required for their creation, dispatch and use with the latest action on top
What should you do prior to filing a document if an attachment is missing?
Take action to get the missing records or information included in the file or make a notation to show what part of the file is missing or where filed, if included in another series.
What items do you remove from a document prior to filing?
Remove all mail control forms and receipts, envelopes and memo routing or coordination slips, except those containing remarks of significant record value.
How is a record marked for filing?
By using the word "file" and the proper official's initials. Mark for file and file code in the upper right hand corner of the record. Use the item number iof the separate series from the file plan.
What is the primary purpose for maintaining records?
To ensure we can provide information to decision makers whenever and wherever it is needed.
What is the first item in a file plan?
What program generates the file disposition control label?
How many tables and rules can be applied to each record series?
What are the requirements for placing disposition control labels on a guide chart?
Usually affixed to the first (left) tab position of the guide card, the main thing is to be consistent throughout your files
What purpose does the disposition guide card serve?
To idenfity the records filed behind it and to provide cutoff and disposition instructions for the records
Where do you place the disposition control label on records located away from the file drawer?
Place the disposition control label either on each container or on a card or sheet of paper in the container or binder, where it is obvious.
Where do you place the disposition control label when a series is filed in more than one container?
Place on the first container or on each container
Name the three record cutoff categories.
N/A - disposition instruction does not contain a month or year
MO - disposition instructions contain 1-11 months
30 Sep/31 Dec - disposition instruction contains a year or 12 months or more
Define the term disposition regarding Air Force records.
A comprehensive term that includes destruction, salvage and donation; transfer to the staging area or records center; and transfer from one organization to another
How do records custodians accomplish the end-of-year closeout?
By transferring physical records to the infactive files area or to the staging area
What form is used as a packing list for transferred or retired records?
Standard Form 135
When is a separate SF 135 prepared?
For each series of temporary records in a shipment and for permanent records. Must also prepare a separate SF 135 for unclassified, SECRET, CONFIDENTIAL and TOP SECRET records, regardless of volume when records are placed in a staging area
What minimum items should be included on deployed unit file plans?
Maintenance and disposition, policy and precedent, delegations, general correspondence, office adminstrative files, transitory, word processing files hard copy maintained in organized file and presentation in accordance with the RDS
What record management advice did the DOD provide on 15 Aug 2003?
That records on combat operations in Iraq and those of all major deployments are of historical value and must be preserved for future studies and analysis
Who is the Air Force working with to establish archiving capabilities?
NARA and other major AOR areas such as CENTAF, to establish archiving capabilities within the AOR and to develop standard procedures for formatting and trasnferring e-records
What actions must you take to precvent the compromise of paper or magnetic records?
Records may be destroyed by any means that prevents compromise, such as tearing, burning or shredding as long as personal data is not recognizable and beyond reconstruction. Degause or overwrite magnetic tapes or other magnetic medium.