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  • Career Counselors Conference September 2012CAPT Chris HaltonNavy Personnel CommandCareer Progression Division(PERS-8) 24 Sep 12
  • Agenda•Introduction and Opening Remarks•Post Selection Board Processes•Senior Enlisted Continuation Board•Security Clearances•Extensions/ Reenlistments•Wrap up
  • Reenlistments/Extensions•Actions requiring prior approval of PERS-811 •Conditional Reenlistment •Early Reenlistment •OBLISERV to Train (OTT) •Extension in an Overmanned Rating •Exception to Policy (ETP) •Extension Cancellation (as applicable) •PG13s in lieu of OBLISERV (as applicable)
  • Post Selection Board Process•Enlisted Boards CPO / SCPO / MCPO: •Administrative in Nature •CNP “Approval Authority” •Follows “Statutory” procedures •Board “Process” completely different than Officer Process CPO: ~ 20,000 eligible LCDR (Largest Officer Board ~4000 eligible) •Post board scrub “AIM”: PRIMS Local Data Base (only valid if reported as directed by MPM 1616-040) DONCAF •CPO – No PRIMS Scrub Command Certifies within Standards
  • Senior Enlisted Continuation Board•Enlisted Performance Based Continuation Board •Enduring Process for the foreseeable future •Performance Based – no quotas / targets •Held annually •General Criteria: 19 total years of service 3 years Time in Grade Look back 5 years or since last promoted Criteria for a “blemish” – NAVADMIN / Precept •Key points: Verify eligibility and post board process
  • Security Clearance•Importance of an adjudicated security clearance: •Affects all aspects of a Sailor’s Career Advancement Exam Eligibility Advancement Eligibility for Chief Reenlistment Eligibility SRB/SEB Eligibility Eligibility for special programs Etc….. •An interim security clearance does not take the place of an adjudicated security clearance.
  • Reenlistments/Extensions•Extensions: •Covered by MILPERSMAN 1160-040 •Reasons for extension not covered by the MILPERSMAN will require PERS-811 approval. •Extension Desk Website includes Request Procedures Request status report Overmanned Ratings Advancement Eligibility for Chief Contact information•http://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc/career/enlistedcareeradmin/Pages/ReenExt.aspx
  • Goods and Others•Ongoing Changes to MILPERSMAN 1910-156 for EnlistedUNSAT Performance: Moved: “Lautenberg Amendment "to MPM 1910-142 (Commission of a Serious Offense) for the offense of carrying a firearm. Added: Failure to Force Convert Added: Failure to complete initial training pipeline Added: Failure to complete initial school (i.e., A School) REMINDER: PFA Processing – Do Not Wait on Message from NPC to Act.•Promotion Board Membership Check Valve on Board Membership Members must be in compliance with all Navy standards
  • Points of Contact PERS-8: Captain Chris Halton: Christopher.h.halton@navy.mil Office: 901-874-3264PERS-803: Master Chief Robin Thiel: robin.thiel@navy.mil Office: 901-874-2245
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