NSTC hosts BIT Symposium
The commander of Naval Service Training Command (NSTC), Rear Adm. David F. Steindl, hosted a Business
Improvement Team (BIT) Training Symposium for Navy leaders from across the personnel and training domains here, Sept. 17-19.
Chaired by the commander of Naval Education and Training (NETC), Rear Adm. Donald P. Quinn, more than 50 BIT members from the office of the Chief of Naval Operations (OPNAV), Fleet Forces Command (USFF), Pacific
Fleet Command (CPF), Surface Forces Command, Naval Personnel Command (NPC), Navy Recruiting Command (CNRC), Military Personnel, Plans and Policy (N13)
and NSTC came together for a two-day look at accessions training in the Navy. Discussions included how sailors are recruited, getting them through the training pipeline and getting sailors efficiently and expeditiously to the fleet.
“We want to advance efforts made here (by the BIT),” said Quinn. “It’s a very complex and interconnected business and we’re continuing to share situational awareness. People are starting to reach out proactively to the people in the front and behind them in the process and making sure the actions they take are not just unilateral but they are for the greater good.”
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