DA Form 67-10-1A also known as the Officer Evaluation Report Support Form is a document used during the process of Officer Evaluation within the U.S. Army. This form assists the rating chain in compiling a report for the Department of the Army (DA) on the performance and potential assessments of a rated officer.
This latest edition of the support form was released in November 2015. An up-to-date and fillable DA 67-10-1A is available for download below.
The form - sometimes referred to DA Form 67 for short - should not be confused with the DD Form 67, Form Processing Action Request, with the latter being used to request a cancellation or revision of an existing form or adding a new one to the Department of Defense inventory.
The OER completion process requires the rating officials to make an assessment of the rated officer's performance according to their assigned position and to evaluate their potential for service in positions of a higher rank.
The DA Form 67-10-1A allows the rated officer to self-evaluate themselves according to six criteria: their character, presence, intellectual abilities, leadership skills, development, and achievements. The officer is also expected to set goals for future development.
The rated officer receives their copy of the supporting form at the beginning of the rating period. It's their responsibility to fill out parts of the form and hand it to the rating chain during face-to-face counseling sessions.
At the end of the rating period, the completed form enables rated the officer to provide some personal input to completed OER.
At the beginning of the rating period, the rated officer will be given two copies of the DA 67-10-1A with one belonging to the senior rater and the other to be kept by the officer.
Within 30 days after the beginning of the rating period, the rated soldier will undergo counseling. During the session, the rating officer and rated officer will discuss the scope of the rated Soldier's duty description, performance objectives and set personal developmental goals.
The DA Form 67-10 series was introduced in 2014 as a replacement to the outdated DA Form 67-9 and consists of the following documents:
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