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Division of Commissioned Personnel Support (DCPS)
The Division of Commissioned Personnel Support (DCPS) is a division within the Indian Health Service (IHS) Office of Human Resources (OHR). DCPS is responsible for the administration of the Commissioned Corps programs for approximately 2,000 commissioned officers assigned to IHS/Tribal/Urban facilities throughout the United States. DCPS staff serve as subject-matter experts and consultants to IHS leadership, program officials, commissioned officers, and their dependents and survivors, on all Commissioned Corps matters, including personnel actions, recruitment and retention, career development, leave of absence, performance management, honor and service awards, discipline, standards of conduct, promotions, training, travel, assignments to Tribal and Urban programs through memoranda of agreement.
DCPS Headquarters is located in Rockville, Maryland, and our field offices are located in Aberdeen, South Dakota; Anchorage, Alaska; Bemidji, Minnesota; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Phoenix, Arizona; and Window Rock, Arizona.
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