The New DA Pam 623-3

Updated on 19 November 2016

Department of the Army Pamphlet 623-3

Evaluation Reporting System

Download: DA Pam 623-3

DA Pam 623-3This pamphlet prescribes the policy and tasks for the Army’s Evaluation Reporting System, including Officer, Noncommissioned Officer, and academic evaluation reports focused on the assessment of performance and potential.

It includes policy statements, operating tasks, and rules in support of operating tasks. It has been revised to update preparation procedures for DA Form 67-10-1, DA Form 67-10-2, DA Form 67-10-3, and DA Form 67-10-4 Officer Evaluation Report, which include evaluations by grade plates, a managed rater’s assessment system for DA Form 67-10-1 and DA Form 67-10-2 grade plates, incorporation of broadening, operational, and strategic assignments for grade plates, new labeling of a four-box senior rater profile system for DA Form 67-10-1, DA Form 67-10-2, and DA Form 67-10-3, and further stratification of a four-box senior rater profile system for DA Form 67-10-4.


This pamphlet applies to the Regular Army, the Army National Guard, and the U.S. Army Reserve unless otherwise stated. It also applies to Department of the Army civilians and U.S. Coast Guard officers, officers of allied armed forces, and employees of the U.S. Government who serve as rating officials in the performance of their personnel management responsibilities as established by this regulation and in accordance with applicable Joint, Department of Defense, and civilian personnel management policy. It does not apply to retirees or former Soldiers.

DA Pam 623-3

Download: DA Pam 623-3

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