06/28/11 Many thanks to you and the NCA for this opportunity to be with you. I’m the Assistant Program Manager for Enterprise Integration for the Sea Warrior Program (PMW 240). We are the IT provider for many of the personnel and career management applications you and your Sailors use everyday. This is my fourth NCA Symposium, and I must tell you, I look forward to the event every year. You all are some very sharp folks, and I recognize you’re being asked to do more – a LOT more – with less and less. Having served in the Navy for 20 years and as an LDO for 8 years, I personally appreciate what you do every day. While I’m here at the Symposium my focus is to listen and learn about your Navy Career Tool issues. Meeting with you is a critical aspect of my job because I’m responsible for improving integration of the numerous applications you use everyday. Also, in January I established a change management & communications department within my organization, and their job is to improve the process of how you’re informed, trained, and supported as the Navy modernizes its human resources IT. I’ll be here ALL day tomorrow, so please stop by the Navy Career Tools exhibit area and talk with me as much as your schedule will allow. For the next few minutes, I’d like to give you a quick overview of the Sea Warrior Program and the direction of career and personnel tools, then MCCS Escamilla will do a deeper dive into user aids created to help you fully engage Navy Career Tools functionality for yourself and on behalf of the Sailors you serve.
06/28/11 As I mentioned, the Sea Warrior Program is the IT service provider for Manpower, Personnel, Training & Education (MPTE) applications. There are close to 100 systems in this domain, and we manage roughly one third. We support four different sponsors: Director of Navy Staff, N1, N4, N2/N6. We are highly positioned in the Navy, reporting directly up to the Assistant Secretary for Research, Development and Acquisition. As you can see, we work with many different organizations across the Navy’s administrative and operational chains of command. In particular, we work in close partnership with functional experts, OPNAV N16 (the Chief Information Officer (CIO) of MPTE), and the OPNAV N16 Fleet Introduction Team (FIT). We have a number of touch points with the Fleet. I mentioned the N16 FIT – who we work with on virtually a daily basis – plus we are responsible for the Fleet’s Distance Support IT program. Additionally, within the Sea Warrior Program Office we recently created a new position of a uniformed Deputy to the Program Manager to handle all Fleet-related matters. What’s important about this slide is that there IS a process whereby your input and feedback is incorporated into the IT requirements, development, testing, and fielding process. << Mention the Functional Review Boards and how NC and Fleet feedback is provided via application assessments conducted by FIT>> – and we’ll talk a little more about that later in this brief.
06/28/11 PMW 240 is a complex program. We were established in OCT 2007 as single Program Management Officer (PMO) for executing capability improvements across MPTE applications. We manage the acquisition, deployment and sustainment of 28 different applications, databases, and feeder systems … all in different stages of maturity. For example, did you know the average age of the IT systems you use today is 26 years old? As the IT acquisition agent and IT services provider for OPNAV N1, we are responsible for all these individual systems – on the bottom row – and for managing them as a single portfolio of IT resources that support MPTE capabilities. This slide gives you an idea of how we relate to numerous sponsoring commands of the applications you use everyday. For example, you see career and personnel applications (NPC and BUPERS), training applications (NETC), recruiting applications (NRC), Reserve applications (OCNR), and Distance Support applications (NAVSEA). This middle layer is where the hard work is done … this is where the functional requirements and systems engineering come together toward simplifying the 100+ MPTE systems and automated career management, personnel, and training processes. We are focusing on delivery of integrated systems for Sailor and Fleet readiness instead of separate applications, which do not meet the demands of today’s networked Navy. In the previous slide, I mentioned that we’re working closely with N16 Fleet Introduction Team … one aspect of this is the thorough operational testing and various IT assessments that FIT performs on our applications. These assessments are done directly with you and other Fleet representatives, so your feedback is directly reported to us and the functional communities who govern IT requirements. By the way, if you’re interested in the definitions of all these system acronyms please stop by our booth this week or contact PMW 240 … our POC information is provided later in this brief.
This slide highlights key system enhancements that are a direct result of input from you and your Sailors. All of these improvements were made since last year’s Symposium. CMS/ID: Revised the layout of the tabs and menus from an Excel-type design to a more organized and drop-down menu design. Enable detailers and RACs to submit one application on a Sailor’s behalf that will exceed the maximum number of apps that Sailors can submit (which is five). Enables Placement to specify jobs as allowing multiple candidate selections. FLTMPS Afloat: Released 10 AUG 2010 … accessible through the Navy Knowledge Online (NKO) at Sea portal on ships with Navy Information Application Product Suite (NIAPS) version 2.3 or later . Command training officers, career counselors, and division officers have near real-time, browser-based access to reports for their ship’s unique training, manpower, personnel, and TYCOM requirements in a disconnected environment. Of particular importance to NCs is the ability to view prospective Gains and Losses for units, and the ability to view Course Reservations and Course Availability by in-port location and selected timeframe. NeL Afloat: Coming soon is an update to the afloat Electronic Training Jacket (ETJ) where an indicator will display that identifies all courses that have been completed in the Afloat Integrated Learning Environment (AILE) and are pending formal documentation in the shore Integrated Learning Environment. This update also upgrades older AILE versions for NIAPS 1.2 and NIAPS 2.x to the AILE 3.2.5 version, thus allowing all NeL content to be hosted on the ship’s server. Specifically, what this means is that when new NeL courses, such as DOD Information Assurance or annual PII training, are released ashore, all ships will have access to those courses in the disconnected environment (and won’t have to depend on the Internet). This enhancement is a direct result of CCC input to FIT during the NeL Afloat Assessment last year.
06/28/11 Here is an example of how PMW 240 is working to integrate multiple systems. This is the IT transition concept for business systems and data in the area of personnel, pay and manpower management. This is a longer-term IT transition approach, and as you can see involves many moving parts. It’s important to note that while this chart appears to show a simple application integration, the task is far more complex than that because of thousands of different data types, hundreds of interfaces, numerous data “feeder” systems, different hosting locations, and many organizational and budgetary barriers … all of which converge to pose significant challenges to expediting dramatic and rapid IT changes. For example, let’s say one of your Sailors is missing PRIMS information or an Eval in CMS/ID. These data are “fed” to CMS/ID by other systems, but from the user perspective it appears that CMS/ID is experiencing the error. While this is a technical issue that needs to be worked out, it would be helpful for the Sailor to know exactly where to go to update information at the source. In other words, as MPTE applications become more and more consolidated over the long haul, you need to know at any point in time “what is my course of action when I find a documentation discrepancy? Where do I go to get accurate, authoritative documentation?” And that question is the segue way into my next slide …
Before significant resources are dedicated to designing and building an integrated system for the future, it’s important to clearly define who, what, where, when, why and how that system must perform in order to fully meet the needs of the Navy. So we start by understanding how TODAY’s systems are used by today’s Fleet users. Here’s an example: As you know, the Navy is nearing the end of a process to eliminate the enlisted Field Service Record and transitioning to an online information delivery method using the Electronic Service Record (ESR) and Official Military Personnel File (OMPF). Some of you may recall the Sailor Service Record Project Team, which FIT mentioned last year. The Project Team formed last fall with members from OPNAV N16 FIT, AIRFOR (USS NIMITZ), SURFOR, PERS 3 (Records Management), PSD San Diego and PSD Afloat West, and the Navy Pay and Personnel Support Center (NPPSC). The Project Team inventoried all the documents previously maintained in the enlisted Field Service Record (FSR) and then looked for that information in the NSIPS ESR and in the OMPF. Inventory results revealed that not all of the personnel information that used to be maintained in the FSR is available in the OMPF and ESR. As a result, commands continue to maintain (and generate) paper copies for use by command personnel. Additionally, and this was very troubling, the Project Team discovered that many Fleet users do not know how to access and use the online systems (OMPF and ESR) intended to replace the FSR.
As a result of Project Team findings, OPNAV N16 FIT is now conducting an evaluation of Navy personnel systems when employed by Fleet users in representative Fleet environments. The specific systems that will be evaluated are OMPF, NSIPS, ESR and TOPS. While OMPF is available only via the Internet, NSIPS and ESR (via NSIPS Web Afloat server) and TOPS (via NIAPS server) have Afloat versions that will be evaluated, as well. Again, the purpose of the evaluation is to analyze the accessibility, effectiveness and usability of these systems from the perspective of FLEET USERS and in the FLEET ENVIRONMENT. On behalf of FIT, who could not be here this week, I’d like to take a few minutes to cover key points of this evaluation and what it means to you and your Sailors.
First, here is a list of the kinds of Fleet command who will participate in the evaluation of Navy personnel systems. As you can see, commands represent Sailors of many different “flavors” – Surface, Aviation, Submarine, Training, Personnel Support, Reserve, Medical, Force Construction and Expeditionary. In all, Sailors in 17 geographically dispersed commands will participate in this evaluation.
And here’s where you come in … The benefits of the evaluation fall into two main categories: 1. Short-term – you and your Sailors will know and understand what you’re supposed to be doing to fully benefit from today’s personnel systems. 2. Long-term – the extensive, documented, and verified findings from this evaluation will authoritatively and quantifiably inform – from the Fleet’s perspective – the requirements for integrated personnel systems being considered for the future. I might add, that never before in the Navy’s HR environment has there been a such a comprehensive Fleet-focused study of this magnitude for personnel systems, policies, and processes.
The representative participants in each command are listed here. Each of these Fleet user groups was initially identified by the Sailor Service Record Project Team and each was determined to have unique duties and responsibilities that require a view of Sailor personnel information. And, as we’ve been saying, in the absence of a field service record, these users must now obtain personnel information from OMPF or NSIPS/ESR. Since many users do not know how to access and use current systems, we must help them so that they can access and take full advantage of the functionality provided.
MCCS Maria Escamilla graciously agreed to represent the OPNAV N16 FIT and provide you with a quick introduction to some of the user aids designed to help you – and help you help your Sailors – use your Navy Career Tools.
06/28/11 And here they are… the core group of Fleet-facing Navy Career Tools that you and your Sailors are expected to use. These online applications form a kind of virtual “toolbox” of individual systems that Sailors and Command Career Counselors must use for personnel administration and career management.
As you all know, the Navy Personnel Command website was recently redesigned. From the NPC homepage, using the “quick link” provided on the left-hand side, you can go directly to the “Career Toolbox” page. The first web page is designed for Sailors, but also links to additional web pages supporting the Career Counselor, Navy Recruit, and Command Leaders. On each web page are links to users aids that you can view, download and print. Remember the list of applications on the previous slide? Well, the NPC “Career Toolbox” page lists the Sailor Career Tools, provides links to the individual systems, and also provides supporting user aids. The example you see on the left is the “Sailor Career Toolbox” information sheet. The cover page lists all the tools Sailors should be using to mange their careers. After the cover page which lists all the tools, there is an individual page for each application that provides information specific to that system (see next slide). We hear that many commands are using the “Sailor Career Toolbox” information sheet during command indoc and also during Career Development Boards.
This is a single application page from the “Sailor Career Toolbox” information sheet that you can download from the NPC Career Toolbox page. This example is for the OMPF. As you can see, there is a description of the application, plus sections that help Sailors find more information online, find help or assistance if necessary, and also a list of specific actions they should perform using the application.
While the NPC website has information and user aids specific to the career toolboxes, Navy Knowledge Online (NKO) has ALL the user aids produced by the Fleet Introduction Team. From the NKO homepage, on the Career Management tab, click “Navy Career Tools”. On the Navy Career Tools page, user aids are grouped by user group for easy identification. For example, Sailors, Command Career Counselors and Command Leadership all have their own “boxes” with user aids designed specifically to support their work. User aids also include some that are specific to Sailors working in the afloat environment, using systems installed on the NSIPS Web Afloat or NIAPS shipboard servers. IMPORTANT: based on system upgrades, as well as feedback from Fleet users like you, user aids are updated routinely. Please visit NPC and NKO frequently to ensure that you are using and distributing the current edition of the various products!
Here are three examples of user aids targeted specifically for the individual Sailor. On the left is a QuickStart that helps Sailors establish their ESR self-service account (both ashore and afloat) and provides basic information regarding what actions Sailors should take. In the middle is a “Detailing Countdown” that helps Sailors prepare for and navigate the orders negotiation process using CMS/ID. On the right is the first edition of a new series called, “Plain Talk for Sailors.” This user aid informs Sailors about Fleet RIDE/PTS, and provides a timeline and a checklist that helps Sailors prepare for the Perform to Serve application process. It’s important for you to know that all user aids generated by the OPNAV N16 Fleet Introduction Team are created in partnership with the organizations responsible for the application and with the associated program. For example, the ESR QuickStart was created in partnership with the NSIPS program and PERS-3. The Detailing Countdown was created in partnership with the CMS/ID program and PERS-4. And the Plain Talk for Sailor (PTS edition) was created in partnership with BUPERS-32.
Just as Sailors have a virtual “Toolbox”, so do Command Career Counselors. And just like the Sailor Career Toolbox information sheet, on the left you can see that there is an information sheet for the CCC Toolbox with additional pages for each of the applications listed. On the right is a user aid designed for afloat Career Counselors. This product lists all of the applications an afloat CCC must use – in the Internet environment AND the afloat environment provided by the NSIPS Web Afloat and NIAPS shipboard servers – and provides steps to verify that the systems are available to crewmembers when required. Like all of the user aids, the “Routine System Check” for afloat CCCs is posted on the NKO Navy Career Tools page.
The “5 Tips” series is new this year. It is a product designed specifically to inform Career Counselors of new or under-utilized application functionality. This user aid is distributed by email via your Fleet, Force and ISIC Counselors approximately every two weeks. As with other products, all “5 Tips” editions are posted to the NPC and NKO websites.
Your Command Leaders (CO, XO, CMC/COB) have user aids, too. On the right is a QuickStart for the CMS/ID Command Role that helps users review and comment on incoming job applications, enter command comments on advertised jobs, and update the command contacts list and command website URL. On the right are two products requested by the prospective Commanding Officers and prospective Executive Officers who receive a “Navy Career Tools” update when transferring to SURFOR and AIRFOR ships and squadrons. On the top is the “Sailor Career Toolbox” information sheet we discussed before, but little “stickies” have been added that provide “Best Practices” to help the CO/XO ensure career systems are available and accessible to crewmembers. Each page has recommendations supporting the individual application, as well as the command stakeholder (such as the CCC, Training Officer, Personnel Officer, etc.) who typically uses the system. On the bottom right is “Notes for Command Leaders,” which provides the same list of career tools used by Sailors and stakeholders, but also provides specific stakeholder responsibilities that the CO/XO should monitor on behalf of the crew. (see next slide)
This is a page from the user aid called “Notes for Command Leaders.” This product lists individual career applications, plus identifies recommended actions each command stakeholder should take when using specific systems. For example, you see that your CO/XO is being informed of tasks that you should perform using Career Development Applications including, CMS/ID, Navy COOL, USMAP, Fleet RIDE and Perform to Serve. Another page lists actions you should take when using CIMS. NRMS, OPINS and FLTMPS. Feedback from Counselors indicate that this user aid helps inform and engage command leadership by providing specific steps they can take to ensure that you have access to the applications you need to perform your work.
06/28/11 So, now you have an update on career tool functionality that has been delivered over the last year. You also know more about the steps that PMW 240 is taking to integrate the systems you will use in the future. And you know about the many user aids provided to help you get the most from the systems that you must use today. Hopefully this briefing has helped show that you DO have a voice in the process. While our functional sponsors make the final decision on what applications enhancements get implemented, we listen to your suggestions, ideas, and inputs and ensure these get included in the OPNAV functional requirements generation process. Also, many of the user aids we just mentioned are the direct result of counselor suggestions or requests. Here are some of the ways that you can be heard. Please use the communication channels listed to provide your very valuable Fleet perspective.
06/28/11 To reiterate, we (PMW 240) work collaboratively and cohesively with our partners across OPNAV and the functional communities. All of these individuals [on this slide] are here this week to engage with you. Please stop by during your breaks to meet with program representatives who are available to answer your questions and concerns, as well as to record your very valuable feedback. Thank you!
1. Navy Career Tools Update Manpower, Personnel, Training and Education (MPTE) NCA Symposium 28 June 2011 PRESENTERS: Mr. Dan Petty, Assistant Program Manager, Enterprise Integration Sea Warrior Program (PMW 240) MCCS Maria Escamilla Sea Warrior PAO
2. Where Navy Career Tools fit in the Enterprise Context Sea Warrior Program PMW 240 PEO-EIS Program Executive Office for Enterprise Information Systems Assistant Secretary of the Navy Research, Development and Acquisition <ul><li>IT acquisition agent for Navy HR IT ashore and afloat </li></ul><ul><li>Portfolio of 28 applications </li></ul><ul><li>4 sponsors: DNS, N1, N4, N2/N6 </li></ul>MPTE Chief Information Officer (N16) Chief of Naval Personnel / DCNO MPTE (N1) Fleet Introduction Team (N16) Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) MPTE Functional SMEs and Review Boards Technical Product and Service Providers Four ECH II CIOs: SPAWAR, BUPERS, NETC, NAVSEA What we do: Deliver applications that gain, train, pay, promote, move, and retire Navy personnel PMW 240 appointed uniformed deputy for Fleet-related matters
3. PMW 240: Systems Engineering and IT Management toward Simplifying Sailor “Toolboxes” Sea Warrior Program IT Solution Portfolios Recruiting & Accessions Workforce Development Pay and Personnel Distribution Enterprise Biz Services Position Management Fleet & Family Support Training & Education Career & Manpower Mgt Recruiting & Accessions Pay and Personnel Distance Support <ul><li>LMS </li></ul><ul><li>LCMS </li></ul><ul><li>AILE </li></ul><ul><li>NIAPS </li></ul><ul><li>NSIPS </li></ul><ul><li>NTRS </li></ul><ul><li>NMRS </li></ul><ul><li>PRIDE </li></ul><ul><li>MRRS </li></ul><ul><li>PERSYS </li></ul><ul><li>RHS </li></ul><ul><li>IMAPMIS </li></ul><ul><li>RIMS/FM </li></ul><ul><li>PS/DISA </li></ul><ul><li>TFMMS </li></ul><ul><li>TFARS </li></ul><ul><li>NROWS </li></ul><ul><li>NMPDS </li></ul><ul><li>EAIS </li></ul><ul><li>OAIS II </li></ul><ul><li>CMS/ID </li></ul><ul><li>NeL </li></ul><ul><li>ETJ </li></ul><ul><li>NTMPS </li></ul><ul><li>NKO </li></ul><ul><li>WebSteam </li></ul><ul><li>iOra </li></ul><ul><li>GDSC </li></ul><ul><li>ETMDS (NeL) </li></ul><ul><li>IT capabilities that support Navy Career Tools ashore and afloat </li></ul>PMW 240
4. Highlights of Achievements since the 2010 NCA Symposium (we are listening) <ul><li>CMS/ID </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Easier-to-use menu system </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Jobs can have multiple candidates </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Detailers/Reserve Assignment Coordinators can submit a 6th application </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Technical upgrade to reduce user wait time </li></ul></ul><ul><li>FLTMPS Afloat </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Subset of FLTMPS Ashore capabilities for ships operating without Internet connectivity </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>CCCs view Prospective Gains and Losses </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>CCCs view Course Reservations and Course Availability </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Navy eLearning Afloat </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Afloat ETJ will indicate all Navy eLearning Afloat course completions pending formal documentation in Sailor’s record ashore </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Direct result of OPNAV N16 FIT / PMW 240 Fleet assessment </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Anticipated July 2011 release </li></ul></ul>Patrick M. Lumley, senior business systems analyst at the Bureau of Personnel's Business Transformation office, shows counselors attending the 2010 NCA Symposium how to link a command homepage in CMS/ID.
5. Concept for Integrating Navy Personnel Systems <ul><li>Denotes applications and/or information sources supporting today’s NC </li></ul>
6. But what about systems used today? <ul><li>Before defining the future, we must understand how well current personnel systems support Fleet users today. </li></ul><ul><ul><li>For example, do the Official Military Personnel File (OMPF) and Electronic Service Record (ESR) support Fleet user requirements following close-out of the enlisted Field Service Record? </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>An investigation by the Sailor Service Record Project Team determined the following: </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Although OMPF and NSIPS are now the primary source of service record information for Fleet users, it’s not clear to them how to use the systems. </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Both ESR and OMPF provide Sailors with access to personnel data and documents, but they’re not sure how to manage the information. </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Both ESR and OMPF can provide command stakeholders with access to personnel information belonging to members of the command, but stakeholders don’t understand how to establish accounts. </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Neither ESR nor OMPF alone, nor ESR and OMPF in combination, provide Fleet users all the personnel information previously maintained in the Field Service Record. </li></ul></ul></ul>
7. Follow-on investigation (digging deeper) <ul><li>OPNAV N16 Fleet Introduction Team (FIT) is planning a Fleet evaluation to determine what, when, where, why and how Fleet users access and engage Navy Personnel Systems in the Fleet environment tody. </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Official Military Personnel File (OMPF) </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Navy Standard Integrated Personnel System (NSIPS) Web and NSIPS Web Afloat </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Electronic Service Record (ESR) and ESR Web Afloat </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Transaction Online Processing System (TOPS) and TOPS Afloat </li></ul></ul>PURPOSE: Observe and analyze the accessibility, effectiveness and usability of Navy Personnel Systems in representative Fleet environments , from the Fleet user’s perspective .
8. Fleet Evaluation Commands 17 commands represent Fleet users located world-wide. Afloat CONUS and OCONUS Shore CONUS Shore OCONUS DDG/LPD Training Support Center NMCB/Expeditionary Command CG PSD PSD Afloat Navy Expeditionary Guard Battalion LHD NOSC (Reserve) Naval Air Station CVN Naval Hospital Deployed VP Squadron Embarked VAQ Squadron Submarine Squadron (Staff) Deployed VAQ Squadron Embarked HSM Squadron SSN
9. Evaluation Benefits <ul><li>Findings / recommendations should yield two key benefits: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Short term: Informed users (you and your Sailors) will understand current capabilities of existing personnel systems and learn to take full advantage of functionality available today . </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Long term: Will contribute to requirements generation for the Navy’s future integrated personnel information management system. </li></ul></ul>Chief Hospital Corpsman Hugo A. Castellanos (right), a Reservist assigned to Operational Health Support Unit Dallas Detachment F, works with Personnel Specialist 3rd Class Mukarram Hossain (left), manpower clerk at Navy Operational Support Center Fort Worth, as they review Castellanos' Electronic Service Record (ESR) in the Navy Standard Integrated Personnel System (NSIPS).
10. <ul><li>Sailor (Individual User) </li></ul><ul><li>Commanding Officer / Executive Officer Command Master Chief / Chief of the Boat </li></ul><ul><li>Department Head / Division Officer </li></ul><ul><li>Leading Chief Petty Officer </li></ul><ul><li>Admin Officer / Personnel Officer </li></ul><ul><li>Personnel Clerk, Command PASS Coordinator (CPC) </li></ul><ul><li>Command IA Coordinator (CIAC) </li></ul><ul><li>Command Career Counselor (CCC) </li></ul><ul><li>Training Officer </li></ul><ul><li>Education Services Officer (ESO) </li></ul><ul><li>Legal Officer / Chief Master-at-Arms / NCIS Agent (CVN only) </li></ul><ul><li>Drug and Alcohol Program Advisor (DAPA) </li></ul><ul><li>Security Manager </li></ul>Fleet Users / Evaluation Participants But, how do these, and all other Fleet users, learn to take full advantage of today’s functionality ?
11. Navy Career Tool User Aids Resources for Fleet users Presented by: MCCS Maria Escamilla, Public Affairs Officer Sea Warrior Program (PMW 240) Ms. Laura Knight, Program Manager CDR Cord Luby, Fleet Liaison [email_address] [email_address] On behalf of: OPNAV N16 Fleet Introduction Team Mr. Alex Watt Ms. Elizabeth McGrath [email_address] [email_address] CWO 3 Dale Wagner IT1 (SW) Sean French [email_address] [email_address]
12. Fleet-facing Navy Career Tools SAILOR CCC Internet NIAPS NSIPS Career Management System / Interactive Detailing (CMS/ID) Navy Knowledge Online (NKO) Navy eLearning (NeL) (5000+ courses) Electronic Training Jacket (ETJ) Navy Credentialing Opportunities On-Line (Navy COOL) Sailor/Marine American Council on Education Registry Transcript (SMART) Sailor/Marine Online Academic Advisor (SMOLAA) United Services Military Apprenticeship Program (USMAP) U.S. Navy Awards (formerly NDAWS) Official Military Personnel File (OMPF) (“My Record” and Command View) Electronic Service Record (ESR) (Sailor Self-Service View and Command View) eLeave (accessed via ESR) Physical Readiness Information Management System (PRIMS) Career Information Management System (CIMS) Fleet Rating Identification Engine / Perform to Serve (Fleet RIDE/PTS) Navy Retention Monitoring System (NRMS) Officer Personnel Information System (OPINS) / Force Management (FORMAN) Transaction Online Processing System (TOPS) Navy Standard Integrated Personnel System (NSIPS) Fleet Training Management and Planning System (FLTMPS) NKO At Sea (just a portal) NeL Afloat (1100+ courses) ETJ Afloat Navy COOL to GO FleetRIDE (not reliable) TOPS (currently offline) FLTMPS Afloat (NIAPS 2.3) ESR Afloat eLeave Afloat CIMS Afloat NSIPS Afloat
14. For each career tool, a description, plus supporting information, required actions, and where to find help.
15. Resource: NKO “Navy Career Tools” Page www.nko.navy.mil <ul><li>Aids for Fleet users: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Sailor </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Career Counselor </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Command Leadership </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Afloat Training Officer </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Personnel Officer / Clerk </li></ul></ul>
16. NKO > Career Management > Navy Career Tools Sailor User Aids NPC > Quick Links > Career Toolbox ESR CMS/ID PTS/Fleet RIDE
17. NPC > Quick Links > Career Toolbox > Career Counselor NKO > Career Management > Navy Career Tools CCC User Aids
18. <ul><li>“ 5 Tips” editions released </li></ul><ul><li>CMS/ID Command Role </li></ul><ul><li>CIMS SAAR Process </li></ul><ul><li>CIMS DDCC Role </li></ul><ul><li>Fleet RIDE/PTS </li></ul><ul><li>EDVR Management Part 1 </li></ul><ul><li>EDVR Management Part 2 </li></ul><ul><li>FLTMPS Reports </li></ul><ul><li>FLTMPS LDP Documentation </li></ul><ul><li>NSIPS/ESR Part 1 </li></ul><ul><li>NSIPS/ESR Part 2 </li></ul><ul><li>TOPS CPC Role </li></ul>NPC > Quick Links > Career Toolbox > Career Counselor NKO > Career Management > Navy Career Tools CCC User Aids CIMS
19. NKO > Career Management > Navy Career Tools Command User Aids NPC > Quick Links > Career Toolbox > Command Leadership CMS/ID
20. “ Notes for Command Leaders” lists and describes actions required by application users.
21. Your Voice Can be Heard <ul><li>PMW 240 follows a structured organizational and business process in applying NC suggestions for Navy Career Tools improvements. Final implementation decisions are made by OPNAV functional community. </li></ul><ul><li>You can provide input by: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Communicating routinely with your ISIC/Force/Fleet Counselor </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Informing your chain of command, especially regarding issues/barriers </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Using feedback channels provided by individual career tools (e.g., CMS/ID “email Help Desk”) </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Contacting the OPNAV N16 Fleet Introduction Team (FIT): </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Mr. Alex Watt [email_address] </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Ms. Elizabeth McGrath [email_address] </li></ul></ul></ul>Capt. Hank R. Reeves (sitting center), Sea Warrior Program (PEO-EIS PMW 240) Integrated Learning Environment project director, meets with crewmembers aboard USS Stockdale (DDG 106) during a discussion led by Chief Navy Counselor (SW/AW) Beverly Smith (standing left), Stockdale’s Command Career Counselor.
22. <ul><li>Sea Warrior Program (PMW 240) Mr. Dan Petty Assistant Program Manager, Enterprise Integration [email_address] 504-697-5357 </li></ul><ul><li>CMS/Interactive Detailing Mr. Patrick Lumley BUPERS [email_address] 901-874-4298 </li></ul><ul><li>PTS/FleetRIDE Mr. Joe Kelly BUPERS [email_address] 901-874-2826 </li></ul><ul><li>CIMS/NRMS Mr. Jim Stuart SPAWAR Systems Center Atlantic firstname.lastname@example.org 901-874-5041 </li></ul>We’re here and want to talk with YOU <ul><li>NSIPS Mr. Art Tate SPAWAR Systems Center Atlantic [email_address] 504-697-5377 </li></ul><ul><li>NTMPS/ETJ/FLTMPS Afloat Mr. David Costales Sea Warrior Program (PMW 240) [email_address] 850-452-1551 </li></ul><ul><li>Public Affairs Officer MCCS Maria Escamilla Sea Warrior Program (PMW 240) email@example.com 817-782-1753 </li></ul><ul><li>Change Management & Communications Ms. Kristie Thomas Manager Sea Warrior Program (PMW 240) firstname.lastname@example.org 504-697-2503 </li></ul>
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