Category C Change Checklist, page 2 of 4Example:The proposed high-level ABC structure, with the XYZ realignment added, is outlined in Attachment C. A detailed XYZ organizational structure, which includes a comprehensive listing of the occupations and grade levels in the proposed organization, is outlined in Attachment D. The proposed organizational structure will increase the number of positions reporting directly to Manager/Executive A by 6 positions, for a total of 15 positions. In addition, the change will result in a change in title for the Manager/Executive A, from Current Title, to New Title. With this, 220 employees will be realigned intact, 2 frontline management positions will be eliminated, and 1 new senior management position is being established.Check box (blank field). Section title - Realigned Organization (if applicable): In this section management should describe the new and/or restructured organization(s). Management should address the following:How will the change benefit the organizationIdentify the benefits and describe if these benefits will improve or change processes or culturesIdentify products, programs, or services that will benefit or changeAddress accountability issues (who, what and when)Check box (blank field). Section title - Impact on Employees, Mangers, Executive, Authorized Personnel Ceilings, Grades, and/or Span of Control. In this section management should address the following:Impact the proposed change will have on the workforce and/or position management controlsImplementation or mitigation strategies if an that will be used to address staffing and placement implications.- Directed reassignments within or outside the commuting area- Transfer of function- Grade or pay retention- Reduction in force, voluntary early retirement authority (VERA), voluntary separation incentive payment (VSIP), job swaps, etc.Impact the proposed change will have on employee engagement, diversity, and ensuring no protected class/group is unfairly affected.Check box (blank field). Section title - Challenges and Risks. In this section, management should consider the following:Effect the change will have on other organizations or agencies.Identify associated risks, e.g., disruption of workforce, duplication of service, scheduling issues, transfer of work, etc., and proposed strategies for addressing each risk.Address any stakeholder engagement that has already taken place.Check box (blank field). Section title - Functional Statements: In this section management should identify and address whether or not a new or revised functional statement will be required. This information can be extracted from internal source document or IRM 1.1.13.