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PLA issues Regulations on Management of Non-Military Personnel

(PLA Daily)

08:15, September 29, 2012

Approved by the Central Military Commission (CMC) of the People's Republic of China, the General Staff Headquarters (GSH), the General Political Department (GPD), the General Logistics Department (GLD) and the General Armaments Department (GAD) of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) recently issued the Regulations on Management of Non-Military Personnel of the People's Liberation Army (hereinafter referred to as the Regulations) which will come into force on January 1, 2013.

The Regulations systematically specifies various processes including non-military personnel's recruitment, training, appraisal, employment and dismissal according to the Regulations on Non-Military Personnel of the People's Liberation Army and relevant national and military regulations.

The issuance and implementation of the Regulations boasts very important significance in strengthening the construction of non-military personnel contingent and improving the new-type employment mechanism of the PLA, so as to provide strong talent support for national defense and army building.

The Regulations contains a total of 73 articles in its 9 chapters which make specific provisions on non-military personnel's recruitment, reappointment and dismissal, non-military personnel's position-rating setup, policies on non-military personnel's wages, housing, social insurance and welfare benefits as well as systems for non-military personnel's education and management, appraisal, reward and punishment.

In addition, the Regulations also specifically stipulates non-military personnel's training, dressing, credentials as well as professional and technical qualification appraisal method.

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