JAG Corps Legal Community
 
Voluntary Separation Exit Survey





Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey and provide valuable information that will be used to help the JAG Corps Legal Community meet the challenges of supporting the legal needs of the Navy in the 21st Century. This survey should take you approximately 15-20 minutes to complete. If you have any questions concerning the survey, please contact: Mr. Geoffrey Patrissi (901 874 2256), geoffrey.a.patrissi@navy.mil or Dr. Paul Rosenfeld (703 695 2582), paul.rosenfeld@navy.mil of Navy Personnel Research, Studies, and Technology (NPRST).

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 Privacy Act Statement

You are being invited to take part in a research study titled "JAG Legal Community Voluntary Separation Exit Survey" conducted by the Navy Personnel Research, Studies, and Technology (NPRST) division of the Bureau of Naval Personnel. A decision not to take part, or to stop being a part of the research project will not negatively impact you in any way.

Public Law 93-579, called the Privacy Act of 1974, requires that you be informed of the purpose of this survey and of the uses to be made of the information collected. Authority to request this information is granted to the Navy Personnel Research, Studies, and Technology division under 10 U.S.C. 5031 and 5032, and 5 U.S.C. 301: Executive Order 9397. License to administer this survey is granted per OPNAVINST 5300.8C under OPNAV Report Control Symbol
5800-2, which expires 31 December 2012.

PURPOSE/ROUTINE USESThe purpose of this questionnaire is to collect information
relating to JAG Career issues.

PARTICIPATION: Completion of this questionnaire is entirely voluntary. Failure to respond to any of the questions will NOT result in any penalties except possible lack of representation of your views in the final results and outcomes. You may discontinue participation at any time without penalty. There is no direct benefit from being in this study; however, taking part may help improve
JAG policies, programs, and/or procedures.

RISK(S): The only risk to you is inappropriate disclosure of data you provide. However, NPRST has a number of procedures in place to ensure that the data collected is safe and protected.

CONFIDENTIALITY: All responses will be held in confidence by NPRST. Information you provide will be statistically summarized with the responses of others, and will not be attributable to any single individual. The information provided will not become part of your official military record and will not affect your career or benefits in any way. Survey comments without any identifying information may be read by authorized personnel outside of NPRST.

QUESTIONS: If you have any questions about this research study, please contact the Project Director at DSN 882-2256 or COM (901) 874-2256. If you have any questions regarding Human Subjects issues, please contact the NPRST Protection of Human Subjects Committee, DSN 882-4994, COM (901) 874-4994, or email nprstirb@navy.mil.