Warrant Officer Prerequisites and Duty Description
920A - Property Accounting Technician
 
Duties:
Serve as the property book officer in both operational and generating force units. Supervise and manage Army organizational property accountability systems. Monitor and evaluate subordinate supply operations while performing financial inventory accounting and provide advice to commanders on proper property accountability and redistribution procedures. Ensure 100 percent property accountability is maintained, all authorized equipment is on hand, on valid requisition, or redistribution directive. Locate and acquire standard and nonstandard equipment and supplies through military and nonmilitary supply sources to meet unit readiness and operational requirements. Oversee/validate the government purchase card program to prevent fraud, waste, and abuse. Determine equipment funding requirements and coordinate for funds availability with supported units and resource management activities. Develop, execute, monitor, and provide input to the annual supply budget. Coordinate acquisition and priority distribution of new equipment fielding with the Force Modernization Activity. Redistribute excess equipment throughout the command. Process excess equipment for disposal after all redistribution efforts are met. Monitor unit supply operations to ensure compliance with policy.  Maintain fiduciary records for government furnished property provided on government contacts. Manage the command supply discipline program. Train, develop, and mentor supply and non-supply personnel on supply policies, processes, and procedures. Serve as the primary advisor to the command and supported units on all property accountability and organizational level supply matters.
 
***Applicants must meet all Administrative Requirements to become a Warrant Officer.***
 
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920A prerequisites (Active Component and Reserve Component)
Service Members Applying:  (NON-WAIVERABLE)
  • Must be a SGT(P) or above (Active Duty COMPO I)
  • Must be a SGT or above (National Guard COMPO II and Army Reserve COMPO III)
Military Education: (NON-WAIVERABLE)
  • Completion of ALC is not waiverable.  Completion of all phases of the 92Y Advance Leadership Course (ALC) and must be annotated on ERB.  A copy of completed ALC DA Form 1059 will be included in the packet.  If ALC was completed in another MOS, this is a waiverable consideration.
Military Certification: (NON-WAIVERABLE)
  • Must have completed the Global Combat Support System Army Training and Certification (GTRAC) with the following certificates Basic Navigation, Common Core (GCSS-Army Overview, Basic Navigation, Intermediate Navigation, Data Mining, Process Flow, Using the EUM+)  AND Unit Supply & Property Book. 
Experience:
  • Minimum of five (5) years’ experience performing 92Y duties.
  • Military Technician, Government Contract, and other Civilian appraisals will be taken into consideration to determine the Soldier’s level of competence in the feeder MOSs. (National Guard COMPO II and Army Reserve COMPO III).
    • Waiverable on a case-by-case basis
    • Applicants submit waiver requests as part of their completed application.
    • Submitted waiver request does not constitutes automatic approval by the QM CMDT.
 NCO Evaluation Report: ( NON-WAIVERABLE )
  • The majority of the Soldier's NCOERS must be noted with "Successful" performance and "Superior potential by the Senior Rater or "Exceeded Standard" performance by the Rater and "Highly Qualified" potential by the Senior Rater.
  • Soldiers will submit all NCOERs; other service components will submit all evaluation reports.
  • Successful duty performance is considered as a preponderance of the following:
    • DA Form 2166-8.  Exceeding the standard (Excellence).  Rated by the Rater (Part Va) as “Among the Best” with strong Senior Rater comments.
    • DA Form 2166-9-1.  “Met Standard” in Part IVc-h, with strong Rater comments in Part IVi.  “Most Qualified” or “Highly Qualified” with strong Senior Rater comments in Part V.
    • DA Form 2166-9-2.  Preponderance of “Far Exceeded Standard” or “Exceeded Standard” in Part IVc-i, with strong Rater comments in Part IVj; “Most Qualified” or “Highly Qualified” with strong Senior Rater comments in Part V
  • Military Technicians will provide civilian evaluations to support experience.
Civilian Education: (WAIVERABLE; CASE BY CASE)
  • Must have six (6) semester hours of College English Composition from an accredited institution (Non-Waiverable).  Higher levels of College English, which utilizes English Composition as a prerequisite are acceptable. Speech and public speaking courses are not considered as meeting this requirement even if administered by the English department of an institution.
  • Successful completion of the College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) in College Composition is an acceptable alternative. Transcripts comprised of only military training credit are not acceptable. The Department of Education maintains a database of accredited postsecondary education institutions and programs at http://ope.ed.gov/accreditation/.
  • Successful completion of the Tests of Adult Basic Education (TABE) 11/12A is an acceptable alternative.  Either of the below test are acceptable (both not required).
    • TABE 11/12A, Language or Writing, with NRS Level score of 6 or higher (+).
Letter of Recommendation (LOR):  (NON-WAIVERABLE)
  • Submit USAREC FORM 3.3 (Letter of Recommendation) from a Property Accounting Technician (CW2-CW5), assigned to the Soldier’s organization, which attests to their technical and tactical competence in MOS 92Y. If no Property Accounting Technician is assigned, provide a letter of recommendation from another Quartermaster Warrant Officer (e.g. 920B, 921A, 922A, or 923A) assigned to the Soldier’s organization/installation.
NOTE:  A justification memorandum must accompany waiver requests and supporting documentation provided by the service member.
 
Active Component Soldiers should contact the POC listed below for questions regarding the Quartermaster Prerequisites.  Please address all other inquiries to your Regional Warrant Officer Recruiter.  Please visit the "Forms Download" page for required forms and samples.
 
CW5 Belinda A. Jackson
Quartermaster WO Proponent Officer 
US Army Quartermaster School
Fort Lee, VA 23801
Email: 
belinda.a.jackson4.mil@army.mil
Commercial: (804) 734-3533
DSN: 687-3533
 
 
Army Reserves who wishes to apply for position as a Warrant Officer, please contact the Army Reserve Warrant Officer Accession at email usarmy.usarc.arcg.mbx.hq-ops-spcmsn-organizational-mailbox@army.mil.
 
CW5 Jason J. Pitts
U.S. Army Reserve QM WO Proponent Officer
Email:
 jason.j.pitts.mil@army.mil
Commercial: (804) 734-3441
 
Army National Guard wishing to apply for position as a Warrant Officer, should contact their State, Territory or the District of Columbia Warrant Officer Strength Manager (WOSM) at site http://www.nationalguard.com/contacts/wosm.
 
CW4 Tollie Yoder
Army National Guard QM WO Proponent Officer
Email: 
tollie.h.yoder.mil@army.mil
Commercial: (804) 734-3312

Last Updated: 08 June 2022