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HEALTH PROFESSIONAL LOAN REPAYMENT PROGRAM (HPLRP)

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MARKETING RATIONALE: WHAT: Health Professional Loan Repayment Program (HPLRP) is designed to repay designated student loans secured by eligible commissioned officers assigned to the Selected Reserve. WHEN: This program is ongoing. WHO: All medical and dental professionals listed on the ARNG critical wartime shortage list. WHERE: All 54 States and Territories. WHY: The ARNG is critically short on AMEDD health professionals. This program has proven to be an effective tool in accession and retention throughout the Department of Defense (DoD) services. HOW: The Health Professional Loan Repayment Program (HPLRP) assists eligible service members by providing financial freedom from educational loans in return for service in the National Guard, thus retaining a professional workforce. EXPECTED ROI: 50 MC accessions 50 DC accessions 25 SP accessions 25 MS accessions


MEDICAL/DENTAL STUDENT STIPEND PROGRAM (MDSSP)

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MARKETING RATIONALE : WHAT: The Medical/Dental Student Stipend Program (MDSSP) is an incentive based program targeted to medical and dental students. This program will offer medical and dental students a monthly stipend. In return, each participant will incur a one-year service obligation for every six months (or part thereof ) for which they receive the stipend. WHEN: This program is ongoing. WHO: All medical and dental students are eligible. WHERE: All 54 States and Territories. WHY: The ARNG is critically short on these AMEDD health professionals. This program has proven to be an effective tool in accession and retention throughout the Department of Defense (DoD) services. HOW: The current monthly stipend payment for MDSSP participants is $2,060. The stipend increases annually on 1 July. MDSSP recipients incur an obligation of one year for every six months (or part thereof ) for which they receive the stipend. Participants must be unconditionally accepted into the educational program for which they are seeking funding. MDSSP participants must attend scheduled ARNG weekend drills for the duration of their authorized stipend phase in accordance with the ARNG Flexible Training Policy or at the discretion of the unit commander.


EXPECTED ROI: 50 medical student accessions 50 dental student accessions


SELECTED RESERVE INCENTIVE PROGRAMS

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MARKETING RATIONALE: WHAT: The Selected Reserve Incentive Program (SRIP) policy. This policy does not cover Montgomery GI Bill – Selected Reserve (MGIB-SR) Chapter 1606 or the Montgomery GI Bill Kicker eligibility. WHEN: Fiscal Year (FY) 2010. WHO: The policy guidance is applicable to all ARNG Soldier in traditional status only. The policy does not cover Military Technicians or Active Guard Reserve (AGR) status. WHERE: All 54 States and Territories. Contact your State Incentive Manager, Recruiter or Battalion Career Counselor for eligibility criteria, incentive options or information. The eligibility and criteria requirements are listed in the current SRIP policy. WHY: To assist ARNG leadership and personnel managers in meeting the readiness requirements for the ARNG. The ARNG Incentive program targets personnel strength and readiness issues. Critical Skill shortages are identified through the Automated Unit Vacancy System (AUVS) which is managed by each State, District and Territory. Incentives shall be implemented in specific situations where other less costly methods have proven inadequate or ineffective and only as necessary to support unit and skills staffing requirement. HOW: The ARNG will implement the SRIP based upon budgetary constraints and analysis of the force structure readiness.


EXPECTED ROI: Quality applicants eligible to be accessed into the ARNG in critical shortages of skills and units in order to man a relevant and ready force. ACTION PLAN: Continue to develop the incentives information link within the ARNG education benefits portal. The site includes information on: • • • • •

Non Prior Service (NPS) Enlisted Bonus Prior Service (PS) Enlisted Bonus Reenlistment/Extension Bonus (REB) Officer Accession Bonus (OAB) and Officer Affiliation Bonus (OAFB) Military Occupational Specialty Conversion Bonus (MOSCB)


SPECIAL PAY BONUS

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MARKETING RATIONALE: WHAT: The Special Pay bonus for health professionals may be used as an accession or retention tool for Medical Corps (MC), Dental Corps (DC), Physician Assistants (SP), and Behavioral Health Officers (MS). WHEN: This program is ongoing. WHO: All medical and dental professionals listed on the ARNG critical wartime shortage list. WHERE: All 54 States and Territories. WHY: The ARNG is critically short on these AMEDD health professionals. This program has proven to be an effective tool in accession and retention throughout the Department of Defense (DoD). HOW: The Special Pay Program is an incentive based program targeted to medical and dental professionals. This program will offer medical and dental professionals a yearly incentive based on their specialty: (a) Medical and Dental Corps: $25,000 per year (b) Physician Assistants, Clinical Psychologists and Nurse Practitioners: $20,000 per year (c) Social Workers: $15,000 (d) Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Nurses and Aeromedical Evacuation Pilot: $5,000 Individuals contracting for special pay in approved ARNG specialties will receive $5,000 to


$25,000 per year depending upon their specialty. Participants must choose a 1, 2 or 3 year affiliation with the ARNG at the time of application. Taxes are withheld. EXPECTED ROI: 50 MC accessions 50 DC accessions 15 AN accessions 25 SP accessions 25 MS accessions


SPECIALIZED TRAINING ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (STRAP)

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MARKETING RATIONALE: WHAT: The Specialized Training Assistance Program (STRAP) is an incentives based program targeted to resident physicians and nurses. This program will offer medical officers a monthly stipend during their program. In return, each resident will incur a one-year obligation for every six months (or part thereof ) for which they receive the stipend. WHEN: This program is ongoing. WHO: All medical residents in approved programs and fields of study indentified on the Critical Wartime Shortage List, and current Nurse Corps Officers enrolled in a BSN program. WHERE: All 54 States and Territories. WHY: The ARNG is critically short on these AMEDD health professionals. This program has proven to be an effective tool in accession and retention throughout the Department of Defense (DoD) services. HOW: The current monthly stipend payment for STRAP participants is $2,060. The stipend increases annually on 1 July. STRAP recipients incur an obligation of one year for every six months (or part thereof ) for which they receive the stipend. STRAP obligation period will be satisfied immediately following residency completion. Participants must be unconditionally accepted into the educational program or residency for which they seek funding. Applicants must have completed all prerequisites when applying for consideration.


Resident Physicians must attend scheduled ARNG weekend drills for the duration of their authorized stipend phase in accordance with the ARNG Flexible Training Policy or at the discretion of the unit commander. Medical Corps applicants in dual-residency programs are ineligible unless both programs are on the incentive list at the time the contract is signed. EXPECTED ROI: 50 MC accessions 25 AN accessions


THE CHAPLAIN AND STUDENT LOAN REPAYMENT PROGRAMS

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MARKETING RATIONALE: WHAT: The Chaplain and Student Loan Repayment programs (CLRP, SLRP) are covered under the FY11 Selected Reserve Incentives Program (SRIP), which establishes policy to administer ARNG incentives. WHEN: Fiscal Year (FY) 2011. WHO: The policy guidance is applicable to all eligible enlisted ARNG Soldiers in traditional status only and Chaplains. The policy does not cover Military Technicians and Soldiers in Active Guard Reserve (AGR) status. WHERE: All 54 States and Territories. Contact your State Incentive Manager, Recruiter or Battalion Career Counselor for eligibility criteria, incentive options or information. The eligibility and criteria requirements are listed in the current SRIP policy. WHY: To assist ARNG leadership and personnel managers in meeting the readiness requirements for the ARNG. The ARNG Incentive program targets personnel strength and readiness issues. This program is used to recruit individuals with or without prior military service and to retain current members in the ARNG. HOW: The ARNG will implement the SRIP based upon budgetary constraints and analysis of the force structure readiness.


EXPECTED ROI: Quality applicants with a college level education will be eligible to be accessed into the ARNG in critical shortages of skills and units in order to man a relevant and ready force. They will be provided freedom from educational loans in return for service in the National Guard, thus retaining a professional workforce. ACTION PLAN: Continue to develop the incentives information link within the ARNG education benefits portal. The site includes information on: • • • • • • • •

Non Prior Service (NPS) Enlisted Bonus Prior Service (PS) Enlisted Bonus Reenlistment/Extension Bonus (REB) Officer Accession Bonus (OAB) and Officer Affiliation Bonus (OAFB) Military Occupational Specialty Conversion Bonus (MOSCB) Student Loan Repayment Program (SLRP) Chaplain Loan Repayment Program (CLRP) Health Professional Loan Repayment (HPLR)


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