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The mission of the Human Resources Office (HRO) is to coordinate human resource policy, practices, and procedures as they relate to full-time federal employees in the Nevada National Guard. This web site provides up-to-date information to the full-time members of the Army and Air National Guard. The HRO serves as The Adjutant General's single span of control for managing and administering the Nevada Army and Air National Guard full-time personnel programs.
The Human Resource Directorate will assist the Nevada National Guard meet the needs of Federal and State missions by attracting, developing, motivating, and retaining a talented workforce. The HRO will accomplish this vision through the following tenats.
- Actively listening to our customers.
- Providing timely and accurate services.
- Empowering customers to take responsibility through technology, training, and education.
- Modeling and encouraging a positive, respectful, inclusive, and healthy work environment.
- Being a trusted, impartial, and consistent resource.
- Communicating effectively, respectively, honestly.
The values of the HRO remain consistent with military service. The HRO staff are trained experts with the utmost integrity, professionalism, and empathy, who consistently anticipate challenges for the betterment of the agency. Our core values are customer focus, respect, communication, competence, and teamwork.
Active Guard Reserve (AGR) Branch
Active Guard Reserve (AGR) Airman/Soldiers serve full time and enjoy the same benefits and entitlements as active duty Airman/Soldiers. As an AGR, you receive full pay, benefits, and medical care for you and your dependents, and the opportunity for retirement after 20 years of active service. Soldiers serving within the AGR program are stationed throughout the state in local communities and worldwide in positions that directly support the Nevada National Guard.
Technician (TN) Branch
A Federal Military Technician (dual status) is a Federal civilian employee who is employed under section 3101 of Title 5 or section 709 (b) of Title 32. They are required as a condition of that employment to maintain membership in the Nevada National Guard. Military Technicians are assigned to a civilian position as a technician in the administration and training of the National Guard or in the maintenance and repair of supplies or equipment issued to the National Guard or the armed forces.
Technician Resource: The U.S. Office of Special Counsel (OSC) is an independent federal investigative and prosecutorial agency. Our basic authorities come from four federal statutes: the Civil Service Reform Act, the Whistleblower Protection Act, the Hatch Act, and the Uniformed Services Employment & Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA).