Army Enterprise Assessment System

Helpdesk Information:

Our help desk operating hours are 0830-1630 Monday through Friday. For routine AEAS assistance, we recommend you send an email with a description of your issue and your contact information to usarmy.leavenworth.cac.mbx.aeas-helpdesk@army.mil. For emergency AEAS assistance, please call our help desk at 913-680-6581 (Please leave a message with a call back number and a brief description of the problem). We will respond to your request as quickly as possible. Thank you.

FAQ:

Q: What are my options if I do not know the leader well enough to provide an assessment?

A: Before you can answer assessment questions of a leader, you will be asked if you had sufficient opportunity to observe his/her behavior to be able to provide feedback.  If you select “Yes” you will be directed to the assessment to begin your feedback.  If you select “No” you will be directed back to the Feedback Requests page and you will no longer be able to access that assessment. The status for that assessment will indicate “Abstained”, and you will have met your assessment obligation for that leader.   

Q: If I abstain and change my mind, how do I reset my assessment for that leader?

A: If you abstained from completing an assessment, and you then wish to provide feedback on that leader, you will have to contact the AEAS Help Desk at (913) 680-6581 or email usarmy.leavenworth.cac.mbx.aeas-helpdesk@army.mil. The Help Desk technician will request authorization from a member of the Center for the Army Profession and Leadership (CAPL) to reset your assessment. 

Q: Why are there so many steps to gain access to my AEAS dashboard?

A: The AEAS website is hosted on the TRADOC Azure Cloud. TRADOC login procedures are designed to protect unauthorized access to the AEAS website and to grant authorized users access to AEAS products and applications.

Q: What is AEAS?

A: The Army Enterprise Assessment System (AEAS) is an IT platform, located  on the Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Azure Cloud, that hosts a suite of assessment tools including 360-degree and non-360 personnel assessments in support of the Army’s Talent Management Task Force (TMTF) and other leader assessments required by the Army.

Q: What is ACET?

A: The Army Commander Evaluation Tool (ACET) is intended to identify an officer’s leadership capabilities by collecting behavioral assessments of his or her current performance from multiple perspectives. The ACET is short and takes about 10-15 minutes to complete. It assesses specific, observable behaviors essential for success in the Brigade Command/Key Billet role or Battalion Command/Key Billet role and is aligned with the Army Leadership Requirements Model (ADP 6-22, AR 600-100) and key mission command principles (ADP 6-0). These assessments are part of the Army’s Colonels Command Assessment Program (CCAP) and Battalion Commander Assessment Program (BCAP).

Q: What is CCAP?

A: The Chief of Staff (CSA) of the Army approved changes to how the Army selects O-6s for command and key billets previously selected through Centralized Selection List (CSL) boards. CSL boards will now select officers to attend the Army’s Colonels Command Assessment Program (CCAP), a four-day assessment that includes cognitive, non-cognitive, communication, and physical assessments focused at determining readiness for command and strategic potential assessments, in addition to the Army Comprehensive Talent Interview with senior officers. Part of CCAP includes soliciting input from subordinates and peers on leaders using the Army Commander Evaluation Tool (ACET), which is specifically designed to measure potential success at the brigade command level and above.  For more information go to https://talent.army.mil/ccap/.

Q: Why was I selected to complete a CCAP assessment?

A: You were selected to complete the ACET based upon your working relationship with a leader participating in the CCAP. Your name and individual responses as an assessor will be kept confidential and only aggregate-level data will be shared on the final report - your name will NOT be on the ACET final report. The ACET final report will inform the CCAP and aggregated results will be used in research efforts focused at improving Army leader development. The results will not be shared with the leader or their chain of command. If you do not know this leader, the first question will provide the option to annotate this and the survey will not proceed past that point.

Q: What is BCAP?

A: The Chief of Staff (CSA) of the Army approved changes to how the Army selects O-5s for command and key billets previously selected through Centralized Selection List (CSL) boards. CSL boards will now select officers to attend the Army’s Battalion Commander Assessment Program (BCAP), a four-day assessment that includes cognitive, non-cognitive, communication, and physical assessments focused at determining readiness for command and strategic potential, in addition to a panel interview with senior Army officers. Part of BCAP includes soliciting input from subordinates and peers on leaders using the Army Commander Evaluation Tool (ACET), which is specifically designed to measure potential success at the battalion command level and above. For more information go to https://talent.army.mil/bcap/.

Q: Why was I selected to complete a BCAP assessment?

A: You were selected to complete the ACET based upon your working relationship with a leader that has opted in for consideration in the FY22 LTC CSL process and may be invited to the BCAP. Your name and individual responses as an assessor will be kept confidential and only aggregate-level data will be shared on the final report - your name will NOT be on the ACET final report. The ACET final report will inform the BCAP and aggregated results will be used in research efforts focused at improving Army leader development. The results will not be shared with the leader or their chain of command. If you do not know this leader, the first question will provide the option to annotate this and the survey will not proceed past that point.

Q: What is I-ADAPT?

A: The Individual Adaptability inventory is called I-ADAPT for short. The intent of this assessment is to   raise an individual’s self-awareness of tendencies to be adaptable in his or her work. I-ADAPT measures eight dimensions of adaptability identified from Army situations, critical tasks, and typical leader roles.  How leaders adapt individually are represented by their ability, skill, disposition, willingness, and motivation to change to – or fit – different task, social, and environmental features. Adaptive people can change how they act in response to changes they find themselves exposed to and to reconfigure themselves to adjust to recognized shortcomings in results or missed opportunities to do better.

Q: How do I save a report as a .pdf file?

A: Click here for a complete guide.

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