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
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
IT acquisition agent for Navy HR IT ashore and afloat
Portfolio of 28 applications
4 sponsors: DNS, N1, N4, N2/N6
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
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
IT capabilities that support Navy Career Tools ashore and afloat
Highlights of Achievements since the 2010 NCA Symposium (we are listening)
Easier-to-use menu system
Jobs can have multiple candidates
Detailers/Reserve Assignment Coordinators can submit a 6th application
Technical upgrade to reduce user wait time
Subset of FLTMPS Ashore capabilities for ships operating without Internet connectivity
CCCs view Prospective Gains and Losses
CCCs view Course Reservations and Course Availability
Navy eLearning Afloat
Afloat ETJ will indicate all Navy eLearning Afloat course completions pending formal documentation in Sailor’s record ashore
Direct result of OPNAV N16 FIT / PMW 240 Fleet assessment
Anticipated July 2011 release
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.
Concept for Integrating Navy Personnel Systems
Denotes applications and/or information sources supporting today’s NC
But what about systems used today?
Before defining the future, we must understand how well current personnel systems support Fleet users today.
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?
An investigation by the Sailor Service Record Project Team determined the following:
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.
Both ESR and OMPF provide Sailors with access to personnel data and documents, but they’re not sure how to manage the information.
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.
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.
Follow-on investigation (digging deeper)
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.
Official Military Personnel File (OMPF)
Navy Standard Integrated Personnel System (NSIPS) Web and NSIPS Web Afloat
Electronic Service Record (ESR) and ESR Web Afloat
Transaction Online Processing System (TOPS) and TOPS Afloat
PURPOSE: Observe and analyze the accessibility, effectiveness and usability of Navy Personnel Systems in representative Fleet environments , from the Fleet user’s perspective .
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
Findings / recommendations should yield two key benefits:
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 .
Long term: Will contribute to requirements generation for the Navy’s future integrated personnel information management system.
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).
Sailor (Individual User)
Commanding Officer / Executive Officer Command Master Chief / Chief of the Boat
Fleet Users / Evaluation Participants But, how do these, and all other Fleet users, learn to take full advantage of today’s functionality ?
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]
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
For each career tool, a description, plus supporting information, required actions, and where to find help.
Resource: NKO “Navy Career Tools” Page www.nko.navy.mil
Aids for Fleet users:
Afloat Training Officer
Personnel Officer / Clerk
NKO > Career Management > Navy Career Tools Sailor User Aids NPC > Quick Links > Career Toolbox ESR CMS/ID PTS/Fleet RIDE
NPC > Quick Links > Career Toolbox > Career Counselor NKO > Career Management > Navy Career Tools CCC User Aids
“ 5 Tips” editions released
CMS/ID Command Role
CIMS SAAR Process
CIMS DDCC Role
EDVR Management Part 1
EDVR Management Part 2
FLTMPS LDP Documentation
NSIPS/ESR Part 1
NSIPS/ESR Part 2
TOPS CPC Role
NPC > Quick Links > Career Toolbox > Career Counselor NKO > Career Management > Navy Career Tools CCC User Aids CIMS
NKO > Career Management > Navy Career Tools Command User Aids NPC > Quick Links > Career Toolbox > Command Leadership CMS/ID
“ Notes for Command Leaders” lists and describes actions required by application users.
Your Voice Can be Heard
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.
You can provide input by:
Communicating routinely with your ISIC/Force/Fleet Counselor
Informing your chain of command, especially regarding issues/barriers
Using feedback channels provided by individual career tools (e.g., CMS/ID “email Help Desk”)
Contacting the OPNAV N16 Fleet Introduction Team (FIT):
Mr. Alex Watt [email_address]
Ms. Elizabeth McGrath [email_address]
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.
Sea Warrior Program (PMW 240) Mr. Dan Petty Assistant Program Manager, Enterprise Integration [email_address] 504-697-5357
CMS/Interactive Detailing Mr. Patrick Lumley BUPERS [email_address] 901-874-4298
PTS/FleetRIDE Mr. Joe Kelly BUPERS [email_address] 901-874-2826
CIMS/NRMS Mr. Jim Stuart SPAWAR Systems Center Atlantic email@example.com 901-874-5041
We’re here and want to talk with YOU
NSIPS Mr. Art Tate SPAWAR Systems Center Atlantic [email_address] 504-697-5377
NTMPS/ETJ/FLTMPS Afloat Mr. David Costales Sea Warrior Program (PMW 240) [email_address] 850-452-1551
Public Affairs Officer MCCS Maria Escamilla Sea Warrior Program (PMW 240) firstname.lastname@example.org 817-782-1753
Change Management & Communications Ms. Kristie Thomas Manager Sea Warrior Program (PMW 240) email@example.com 504-697-2503
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