Microsoft Home Use Program

Microsoft contract that can save us a lot of money.

If you or yours sailors need to purchase Microsoft products for school work,

or to work at home, please see the below links:

https://www.microsofthup.com/hupus/home.aspx?country_id=US

https://www.homeport.navy.mil/management/microsoft-hup/

Program Code:

ONE-NET: 7F8AE75AD7

You have to use a valid ONE-NET email to register for the Home Use Program
(HUP). And you can only download the Microsoft product to ONE home computer.
It is not transferrable to dependents unfortunately.

Spread the word. You can pay $9.95 rather than $399.99!

Navy Revises Delayed Dependent Travel of School-aged Dependents of Sailors Undergoing a PCS

Story Number: NNS180508-15Release Date: 5/8/2018 1:36:00 PM

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From Chief of Naval Personnel Public Affairs

WASHINGTON (NNS) — Effective immediately, to minimize the disruption to the education of school-aged children and increase family stability, Navy has revised the delayed dependent travel policy for Sailors who are undergoing a permanent change of station (PCS) and have school-aged dependents.

In line with Joint Travel Regulations, when PCS orders have been issued, a Sailor’s dependents may perform PCS travel at a different time. The Sailor may also be authorized a housing allowance based on the location at which the dependents maintained a permanent residence, at the previously approved designated place or the old permanent duty station.

Sailors with school-aged dependents frequently request delayed dependent travel. Under the old policy, approval for requests to delay dependent travel were normally limited to the end of the current school term, which is usually the end of June or December (depending on the member’s detach date). The new policy allows Sailors with school-aged dependents to request delayed dependent travel until the end of the school year.

For questions on this updated policy, contact the Military Pay and Compensation Policy Branch via email at Nxag_n130c@navy.mil.

For more news from Chief of Naval Personnel, visit www.navy.mil/local/cnp/.

NAVY PERSONNEL SUPPORT DETACHMENTS AND CUSTOMER SERVICE DESKS

LOCATIONS ADDRESS / MAILING ADDRESS PHONE / DSN / HOURS
PSD Afloat East 1960 Dillingham Blvd. Customer Service:
Ste. 200 (757)445-6399    DSN: 565 Hours: M-F: 0700-1530
Norfolk VA 23511
PSD Afloat West 2730 McKean St. (619)556-0725 / DSN prefix: 526
Bldg. 119, Ste. 4 Hours M-F: 0600-1600
San Diego CA 92136-5294
PSD Bethesda Department of the Navy (301)295-2612 / DSN prefix: 295
Personnel Support Detachment Hours M-F: 0730-1600
BDG 17 Suite 1A
4650 Taylor Road
Bethesda, MD 20889-5638
PSD Camp Lejeune Bldg. 321 H Street (910)451-3166 / DSN prefix: 751
Jacksonville NC 28542 Hours M-F: 0630 – 1630
Mailing Address: OIC, PSD Camp Lejeune, PSC Box 20167, Jacksonville, NC  28542
PSD Camp Pendleton Bldg. 510914T Basilone Road, (760)725-7729 / DSN prefix: 365
Camp Pendleton CA 92500-5237 Hours M-F: 0700-1530
Mailing Address: Director, PSD Camp Pendleton, Box 555237, Camp Pendleton, CA  92055-5237
PSD Charleston PSD NWS JB Charleston SC (843)794-7000 / DSN prefix: 794
871 West Pulaski St., Bldg 731 Hours  Customer Svc: M-F, 0730-1600; ID Cards/DEERS: M-F, 0830 – 1530
Goose Creek SC 29445
PSD Everett Bldg 2000 W. Marine View Drive Everett WA 98207-1400 (425)304-4207 / DSN prefix: 727
Hours M-F: 07300-1600
PSD Fort Meade 2234 Huber Rd. Ste. 5255 (301)677-7813 / DSN prefix: 622
Ft George G. Meade, MD 20755-5255 Hours M-F: 0730-1530
PSD Great Lakes 521 Cluverius Ave, Bldg 322, (847)688-5550 / DSN prefix: 792
Great Lakes, IL 60088-2316 Hours M-F: 0730-1600
ID Lab open Sat:  0800-1200
FSC Great Lakes 2605 Kansas Street, Bldg. 1405 (847)688-2767 / DSN prefix: 792
Great Lakes, IL 60088-5500 Hours M-F: 0730-1600
PSD Gulfport 4801 Marvin Shields Blvd. Bldg. 118 Gulfport, MS 39501 (228)871-2422 / DSN prefix: 868
Hours M-F: 0730-1600
PSD Jacksonville Bldg. 789, Naval Station Jacksonville Intersection of Birmingham/Child Street Jacksonville, FL 32212 (904)542-4218 / DSN prefix: 942
Mailing Address: OIC, PSD Jacksonville Box 72, Bldg 789 NAS Jacksonville, FL 32212 Hours M-F: 0730-1600
PSD Kings Bay 922 USS James Madison Road (912)573-4463 / DSN prefix: 573
Kings Bay, GA 31547-2540 Hours M,T,W, F: 0730-1600
Th: 0900-1600
PSD Kitsap 1050 Trident Blvd. (360)396-5508 / DSN: 744-5508
Silverdale, WA 98315-1050 Hours M-F: 0730-1600
PSD Lemoore 736 Enterprise Ave. (559)998-4012 / DSN prefix: 949
NAS Lemoore, CA 93246
PSD Little Creek 1155 Nider Blvd. NAB Little Creek, (757)462-4985 / DSN prefix: 253
Bldg. 3510 Norfolk, VA 23521 Hours: M-F 0730-1600
PSD Mayport Baltimore Ave. Bldg.298 NAVSTA Mayport, Mayport, FL. 32228 (904)270-7614 / DSN prefix: 270
Mailing Address: Director, PSD Mayport Box 280008 Jacksonville, FL 32228-0008 Hours M-F: 0730-1600                  S: 0730-1100 (I.S. Cards/DEERS only)                                           S: 0730-1530 (Drill weekends only – I.D. Cards/DEERS only)
PSD Memphis 5722 Integrity Drive Bldg. S-456 Millington, TN 38054-5099 (901)874-5954 / DSN prefix: 882
Hours M-F: 0730-1600
Navy ID Card Lab 7641 Mercury Rd, Bldg. 848 (405)739-4123 /
Tinker AFB, OK 73145 Hours M-F: 0700-1600
PSD Naval Station Norfolk 1755 Powhatan Street, (757)445-4966 / DSN prefix: 565
Norfolk, VA 23511-2984 Hours M-F: 0730-1600  After Hours/Emergency (757)613-1002
​FSC Norfolk ​1755 Powhatan Street, Suite 354                Norfolk, VA 23551-2985 ​(757)445-4992/DSN prefix: 565     Hours M-F 0730-1600
PSD Naval Station 3395 Sturtevant St, Ste 1, Bldg. 56 (619)556-1946 / DSN prefix: 526
San Diego San Diego, CA 92136-5075 Hours:  M,W,F 0730-1600,
Mailing Address: OIC, PSD Naval Base SD 3395 Sturtevant Street, Ste. 1, Box 368204 San Diego, CA 92136-5075 T, Th 0830-1600
PSD New London Bldg. 83, Dealey Plaza, Groton, CT 06349 (860)694-3025 / DSN prefix: 694
Mailing Address: NSB New London Box 88, Groton, CT 06349 Hours M-F: 0730-1600     Customer Service Window M-F: 0730-1530
CSD Saratoga Springs NSA Saratoga Springs, Bldg. 103 (518)583-0200  Ext 8 / DSN prefix: none
19 JF King Dr. Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 Hours: M-F 0730-1600
CSD Newport 690 Peary Street (401)841-4040 / DSN prefix: 841
Newport, RI 02842-1511 Hours M-F: 0730-1600
PSD North Island Quentin Roosevelt Blvd., Bldg. 515 (619)545-7917 / 7918 / DSN prefix: 735
San Diego, CA 92135 Hours M,T,Th,F:  0700-1600
Mailing Address: OIC, PSD North Island, SD Box 357052 San Diego, CA 92135-7052 W: 0830-1600
PSD Oceana 1161 D. Avenue, Bldg. 326 (757)433-3064 / DSN prefix: 433
Virginia Beach, VA 23460-2298 Hours M-F: 0800-1600
PSD Patuxent River 22268 Cedar Point Rd., Unit 42325 Bldg. 409 Patuxent River, MD 20670-1154 (301)342-7393 / DSN prefix: 342
Hours M-F:  0730-1600
PSD Pearl Harbor 4827 Bougainville Drive (808) 471-2326 / DSN prefix: 471
Pearl Harbor, HI 96860 Hours M,T,Th,F: 0730-1500
W: 1000-1500
PSD Pensacola 421 Saufley St., Ste. B Bldg. 680 (850)452-3617 / DSN prefix: 459
Pensacola, FL 32508-5202 Hours M-F: 0730-1600
PSD Point Loma 140 Sylvester Rd. Bldg. 400 (619)553-5000 / DSN prefix: 553
(On Cabrillo Memorial Dr. just south of Electron Dr.) Hours T, Th: 0730-1600
San Diego CA 92106-3599 W, F, 0830-1600
PSD Port Hueneme 2600 Dodson Street, Bldg 1169 (805)982-4521 / 2913 DSN prefix: 551
Port Hueneme, CA 93043 Hours M-F: 0730-1600
PSD San Antonio 2424 Stanley Rd, Stop 314, Bldg 2263 Rm 314 (210)808-0074/ DSN prefix: 420
Fort Sam Houston San Antonio, TX 78244-5018 Hours M-F: 0800-1600
PSD Washington, D.C. 235 Wick Drive NW, Bldg. 92 (202)433-5165 / DSN prefix: 288
Washington, D.C. 20373-5803 Hours: M-F 0730-1600
PSD Whidbey Island 3515 N. Princeton Street (360)257-1155 / 1153 / DSN prefix: 820
Oak Harbor, WA 98278-5800 Hours M-F: 0730-1600
LOCATION ADDRESS / MAILING ADDRESS PHONE / DSN / HOURS
PSD Atsugi PSD Atsugi PSC 477 BOX 6 FPO AP 96306-1706 (From CONUS)
011-81-467-63-3074
(From Japan) 0467-63-3074
DSN 314-264-3074
Hours M-F: 0730-1630
CSD Singapore PSC 470 Box 2800 FPO AP  96534-2800 (From CONUS)
011-65-6750-2507
DSN:315-421-2507
Hours M,T,Th,F: 0730-1600
W: 0730-1500
PSD Bahrain PSD Bahrain, Bldg. 36 1 Juffair Avenue, Kingdom of Bahrain (From CONUS)
PSD Bahrain PSC 851 Box 580 FPO AE 09834-0006 011-973-1785-4071
DSN 318-439-4071
Hours Sunday-Thursday: 0900-1500
PSD Guam Naval Base Guam Chapel Road, Bldg. 5 671-339-4120 DSN prefix: 315
Santa Rita, Guam 96915 Hours M-F: 0730-1600
Mailing Address: PSC 455 Box 172 FPO AP 96540-1728
PSD Guantanamo Bay Bldg. 760, Naval Station 011-53-99-4494 / DSN prefix: 660
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Hours M-F: 0700-1600
Mailing Address: PSC 1005 Box 95 FPO AE 09593
PSD Naples NSA Capodichino, Naples, Italy Admin Bldg. 1, 1st Deck (From CONUS)
Mailing Address: PSC 817 Box 4 FPO AE 09622 011-39-081-568-5855 / 5799
DSN prefix: 626
Hours M-F: 0800-1600
​CSD Souda Bay, Crete PSC 814 Box 2 FPO AE 09865-0103 ​(From CONUS)
CSD Souda Bay 011-30-28210-21559/21395 /21241
(From EU) 0030-28210-21559
DSN 314-266-1559/1395/1241
Hours M-F:  0900-1500
PSD Okinawa COMFLEACT Okinawa, Bldg. 3554 Kadena Air Base (near gate 4) 315-634-6322 / 6323
US NAVY PSD Okinawa PSC 480 Box 1700 FPO AP 96370 (From CONUS)
011-81-98-634-3322/6323
Hours:  M-F: 0830-1400
CSD Chinhae ​CSD Chinhae PSC 479 Box 188 FPO AP 96269-1700 ​(From CONUS)
011-82-55-540-5203
DSN: 315-762-5203
Hours M-F:  0800-1600
PSD Rota Mailing Address: PSC 819, Box 48 FPO AE 09645-3900 (From CONUS)
011-34-956-82-3023
DSN: 314-727- 3023
Hours M-F: 0900-1530
CSD Lisbon, Portugal CSD Lisbon PSC 807 BOX 7 FPO AE 09729-0002 (From CONUS) 011-351-21-440-4342/4310
Hours M-F: 0830-1700
PSD Sasebo Fleet Activities Sasebo, Bldg. 154 (From CONUS)
Mailing Address: PSD Sasebo PSC 476 Box 17 FPO AP 96322-0017 011-81-956-50-6959
DSN: 315-252-6959
Hours M and F: 0900-1600
W: 0900-1500
T and TH:  0730-1600
CSD Iwakuni Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Bldg. 1, Rm. 207 (From CONUS)
Customer Service Desk Iwakuni PSC 561 Box 1878 FPO AP 96310-0019 011-81-827-79-3243 / 253-3243
DSN prefix: 315
HOURS M-W-F 0800-1500
T, TH 0800-1600
PSD Sigonella NAS Sigonella, Sicily NAS II base, Bldg. 476 (From CONUS)
PERSUPPDET Sigonella PSC 812 Box 3500 FPO AE 09627-3500 011-39-095-86-5651
DSN: 314-624-5651
Hours M,T,Th,F: 0900-1500
W: 0900-1200
CSD Vaihingen Patch Barracks Army Base, Stuggart, Germany Bldg. 2308, Room 401 Unit 30400 Box 1000 APO AE 09131 ​430-8208
(From CONUS)
 011-49-711-680-8208
DSN  Prefix:  314                                                       Hours M-F: 0730-1600
PSD Yokosuka Mailing Address: PSD Yokosuka PSC 473 Box 19, FPO AP 96349-0019 (315) 243-5382
DSN: 816-7306
Hours: M,T,T,F 0730-1600
W 0900-1500
​CSD Diego Garcia ​NSF Diego Garcia B.I.O.T., Bldg. 136 ​DSN 325-370-3660
PSC 466 Box 1 FPO AP 96595-0001 Hours M-F: 0800-1500
CSD Misawa​ ​CSD Misawa Unit 5054 APO AP 96319-5400 ​(From CONUS)
011-81-3117-66-4680                                    DSN: 315-226-4680                                       Hours M-F: 0730-1600

PMB connectivity issues

Good Afternoon,

Starting on 14 May PMB will conduct our sheduled trainings via DCS. If you are still having issues connecting please follow the steps below. We hope to see you there!

REQUIRED ACTIONS: Users still unable to access DCS services are requested to execute the below steps:

1. Close all browsers (the following steps are most immediately effective without browsers running).

2. Clear the Java 32 bit cache.

3. Modify Internet Options:

a. Enable Adobe Flash, ActiveX, and Oracle Java Add-ons.

b. Ensure SSL 3.0 is enabled.

*Note: When starting WCDS (DCS Web Conference Desktop Sharing), you will be prompted with multiple pop-up warnings. These may be ignored.

Clearing the Java 32 bit cache:

1. Click the Windows button.

2. In the Search box, input “Java”.

3. Select “Configure Java”.

4. On the “General” tab, click the “Settings” button.

5. Uncheck the “Keep temporary internet files on my computer” box.

6. Click the “Delete Files” button.

7. Check all three checkboxes (or as many as available) and click the “OK” button.

7. Reapply the Check to the “Keep temporary internet files on my computer” box.

8. Click “OK” on the Java Control Panel to exit.

Enabling Add-ons:

1. Click the Windows button.

2. In the Search box, input “Internet Options”.

3. Select “Internet Options”.

4. Go to the “Programs” tab.

5. Click the “Manage add-ons” button.

6. In the “Add-on Types” field on the left of the window, set the drop-down menu under “Show:” to “All add-ons”. The right-side field will populate with a list of all add-ons available for use.

*Note: To verify whether an add-on is enabled or disabled, items populated in the right-side field may have a “Status” column indicating whether an add-on is enabled or disabled. Should this column not show, an add-on’s status populates in an information field at the bottom of the window when an add-on item is selected. At the bottom-right of the information field for each add-on, there is a button labeled “Enable” or “Disable”. Should any of the add-ons specified in Step 8 show “Enable”, they are currently disabled. Execute Step 8 to enable add-ons as necessary.

7. Enable the “Shockwave ActiveX Control” add-on, “Shockwave Flash Object” add-on, and all of the “Oracle America, Inc.” add-ons by selecting each item and clicking the “Enable” button at the bottom right of each item’s respective information field.

8. Once the “Enable” button is clicked, a pop-up window will prompt whether or not to enable the add-on.

9. Click the “Enable” button in the pop-up window.

*Note: Do not uncheck the box or boxes contained in the pop-up window.

8. Once all add-ons are enabled, click the “Close” button to exit the “Manage Add-ons” window, and click the “OK” button to exit the “Internet Properties” window.

Enabling SSL 3.0:

1. Click the Windows button.

2. In the Search box, input “Internet Options”.

3. Select “Internet Options”.

4. Go to the “Advanced” tab.

5. In the “Settings” field, scroll down to the “Security” section at the bottom of the list.

6. Find the item labeled “Use SSL 3.0”.

7. If “Use SSL 3.0″‘s box is unchecked, check it to enable it.

8. Click the “OK” button to exit.

BUPERSINST 1080.54 ENLISTED DISTRIBUTION AND VERIFICATION PROCESS

BUPERSINST_ 1080_54 ENLISTED DISTRIBUTION AND VERIFICATION PROCESS

BUPERSINST 1080.54

PERS-4013    18 Jul 2016

BUPERS INSTRUCTION 1080.54

From: Chief of Naval Personnel

Subj:   ENLISTED DISTRIBUTION AND VERIFICATION PROCESS

Ref:   (a) Billet Based Distribution User’s Guide

(b) OPNAVINST 3501.360A

  1. Purpose. To publish the format and procedures for performing the enlisted distribution and verification process (EDVP), which replaces the process used to validate the Enlisted

Distribution and Verification Report (EDVR). This instruction also serves to inform the fleet of the processes required to account for each command’s enlisted personnel and billet alignments. Commands will manage Navy enlisted classification (NEC) skill sets, projected rotation dates (PRD), and prospective gains and losses.

  1. Scope and Applicability. The provisions of this instruction are applicable to all Navy commands.
  2. General Information. With the implementation of Billet Based Distribution (BBD), the Navy will no longer produce the EDVR. The previously generated report is replaced by the EDVP, a process that will require commands to accomplish tasks to provide an accurate demand signal to enlisted distribution managers. These changes are necessitated by the implementation of the BBD capability within the Career Management System – Interactive Detailing (CMS-ID) application.
  3. Discussion. EDVP is the Navy’s enlisted management process under which commands, in conjunction with Navy Personnel Command (NAVPERSCOM), Enlisted Placement Management Branch (PERS-4013), type commanders (TYCOM), immediate superiors in command (ISIC), and manning control authorities (MCA) will align enlisted Sailors to billet level requirements reflected on the command’s activity manning document (AMD). The information contained within CMS-ID/BBD will reflect current and prospective Sailors, personnel details such as NEC codes and career history, and billet data provided by authoritative sources via the Authoritative Data Environment (ADE). NAVPERSCOM (PERS-4013) will review each command’s alignments on a continuous basis and solicit command input for Sailor to-billet alignment. If no input is provided by the command, NAVPERSCOM (PERS-4013), in its role as the command’s advocate, is authorized to take actions to ensure an accurate requisition is generated on behalf of the command.
  4. Each alignment should best reflect the work that each Sailor has been assigned. The Sailor’s rating, paygrade, and NEC codes will be used to determine where the Sailor should be aligned.
  5. The alignment information in CMS-ID/BBD is authoritative and will be the common reference for communicating manning status among an activity, ISIC, applicable TYCOM, MCA, and NAVPERSCOM.
  6. Billets (positions) that are unaligned or aligned with a projected loss (PL) during the order negotiation window (current month through 9 months (P9) in the future) will generate a requisition, which may be advertised via CMS-ID, using established MCA business rules.
  7. Activities should designate an activity manning manager (AMM), other than or in addition to the commanding officer (CO), executive officer (XO), or command master chief (CMC), who will act as the liaison between the activity and the NAVPERSCOM (PERS-4013) Placement Coordinator (PC). Monitoring: AMM and View Only. CMS-ID/BBD will have two levels of access for command monitoring. The AMM will have unlimited access to personnel information and service record data; it is recommended that only users with a “need to know” be granted an AMM role. It is further recommended that the AMM be the administrative officer, assistant maintenance officer, or personnel officer. “View Only” access will allow other command users to view all required data for internal personnel assignments, but will not allow access to personally identifiable information. COs may designate additional AMMs within their activity to assist in monitoring manning; however, only the CO, XO, CMC, or the designated AMM may submit manning inquiries or alignment changes to the PC.
  8. Terms: BBD will introduce a number of new terms and retire others. It is recommended that each AMM review the terms and definitions table in reference (a).
  9. Processing. The EDVP is designed to be continuous and dynamic. Because CMS-ID/BBD will reflect data changes as they occur, it is recommended that, at a minimum, weekly reviews are conducted. The data changes directly affect:
  10. Billet Alignments. Each Sailor assigned to permanent duty at a given command will be aligned to the billet that best represents the work the Sailor has been assigned. Billets are identified in CMS-ID/BBD using the unique billet sequence code at the command. Systemically, the position’s billet identification number is linked with the personnel identifier of the Sailor (Department of Defense-identification and/or social security number) and is fed to the ADE for storage and linking with other authoritative Navy personnel systems, as required. Sailors aligned to positions created for distribution purposes, but which do not exist on the AMD (e.g., excess positions), will have positional attributes captured that best represent the work they are performing.
  11. CMS-ID/BBD. CMS-ID/BBD has an automatic alignment process which will align Sailors to billets based on a number of factors (rating, paygrade, all NECs held in inventory including closed-loop NECs, distributed NEC (DNEC) DNEC1, DNEC2, and PRD). An initial baseline of alignments was coordinated with the command AMM prior to initial implementation and monthly realignment runs will be performed to consistently provide better quality of alignments. Only a subset of a command’s Sailors and billets will be eligible for realignment each month; these will include Sailors aligned to excess and unfunded positions, Sailors and billets in unlocked alignments, and vacant billets. AMMs should review their command’s alignments and work with their PC to make necessary adjustments prior to the monthly requisition update.
  12. Manpower Changes. As manpower changes submitted via the Total Force Manpower Management System (TFMMS) are processed, billet data can change (rating, paygrade, or NEC). These changes will affect the command’s manning requirements and may require a realignment of assigned Sailors.
  13. Change in Status. Change in an assigned Sailor’s status may also require an alignment adjustment (e.g., Sailor is awarded an NEC, the command may wish to realign that Sailor to a billet that requires that NEC.)
  14. Prospective Gain (PG). Each PG Sailor (Sailor with orders inbound to an activity) will be aligned to the billet for which he or she is being ordered.
  15. Tentative Gain (TG). Commands will have visibility on positions with a TG identified by the detailer. TGs will be aligned to the billet for which they are being considered, but until orders are released, the ultimate activity will not be able to see personnel details on them.
  16. Work assignment within a command. Commands may request a realignment of Sailors within their commands to reflect NEC changes (awards or removals), advancements, departmental or division changes, or a major change in the Sailor’s assigned work.
  17. Personnel accounting. CMS-ID/BBD contains significant personnel data which will require regular validation to ensure an accurate enlisted requisition demand signal is produced, as well as accurate readiness reports and other metrics, such as fit and fill. This personnel data can be viewed in the Sailor’s personnel details.
    • Professional Information Data
  • Sailor
  • Service
  • On board activity
  • Orders
    • Support Information Data
  • Career Waypoint (C-Way)
  • Security
  • Exceptional Family Member
  • Education
  • Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery
  • Language
  • Evaluation/fitness report
  • Physical Readiness Information Management System (PRIMS)
    • Historical Data
  • Career history
  • Warfare designator
  • NEC
  • School
    • Special Pays Information Data
  • Selective reenlistment bonus
  • Area incentive pay
  • Proficiency pay
  • Past proficiency pay
  • Flight pay
  • Submarine pay
  1. DNEC and PRD. For DNEC or alignment issues, contact the command’s PC. For PRD issues, contact the Sailor’s rating detailer. For all other data issues, commands are directed to contact their local personnel support office for assistance.
  2. Command Readiness. Per reference (b), the Department of Defense’s Defense Readiness Reporting System – Navy (DRRS-N) is the Navy’s authoritative readiness reporting system for all Navy commands. Additionally, alignment data from CMS-ID/BBD will be used in other readiness reporting systems used by the Navy, such as Cognos.
  3. Enlisted requisitions. Requisition generation will be a direct reflection of all billets with no Sailor aligned at P9.
  4. Availability. The EDVP is available to activities by accessing the CMS-ID/BBD application via https://www.cmsid.navy. mil. This program will remain in a Web-based environment. There is no current or planned afloat environment for CMS-ID. As such, activities with planned disconnected operations will need to establish procedures with their ISIC to manage their EDVP in advance of scheduled operations.
  5. Access Requests. Access to CMS-ID/BBD is accomplished using various roles based on the user’s positional authority. Access request submission instructions and forms are located on the NAVPERSCOM BBD Web page http://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc/enlisted/cmsid/Pages /default2.aspx.
  6. Required Validation and Review. Users should refer to reference (a) for detailed system processes. Review and maintenance of command personnel data is critical to ensure requisitions generate accurately. Below is a list of required verification processes and recommended review schedules. Should an error or issue arise during the command’s validation, report it to the command’s PC at PERS-4013, who will work to correct the error or address with higher authority:
  7. Enlisted Alignment Management
    • AMM Review. The AMM will review each Sailor assigned to the command and ensure his or her billet alignment best accounts for the work he or she has been assigned. The alignment should consider the Sailor’s rating, paygrade, and NEC(s) as they relate to the command’s billets.
    • Funded Billet Alignment. Sailors should be aligned to funded billets first, then unfunded as needed. A Sailor aligned to an unfunded billet or a refillable or non-refillable excess position will be considered “in excess of funded requirements” and may be used by the controlling TYCOM to fill a gapped, funded billet at another activity.
    • Data Change Flag. The system reports data changes for the billet and the Sailor with a “flag” in the basic command alignment view under the “Alignment” tab, “Flag” column.

Commands can use these flags to quickly identify changes in billet or personnel data that affect the alignment and impact readiness and fit and fill metrics. Flags will remain in place until the next monthly realignment cycle, when they will be cleared.

  • Permanent Change of Station Order Validation. Commands will continue to receive Sailor orders using the current systems and processes. CMS-ID/BBD will allow the AMM to review a PG’s basic order information on the Sailor’s “Personnel Detail” screen. This information should be compared to the Sailor’s orders to ensure they are aligned. Note: billet information will not be found on the orders.
  • PG/PL Report. The PG/PL report will provide a summary of all PG and PL Sailors. The AMM will review each Sailor that reflects on the PG/PL report. If the reported loss or gain date information is in error, the AMM must contact the PC to adjust as needed.
  • Estimated Date of Loss to the Navy (EDLN). Sailors with EDLN dates may reflect as

PLs on the PG/PL report. This is normally due to the EDLN coming before the PRD. The

AMM should review the EDLN reason on the Sailor’s “Personnel Detail” screen, under the “Professional Information” tab. If in error, the AMM should work with the Sailor’s enlisted community manager to correct issues.

  • PRD Management. The Sailor’s PRD is a key factor in the generation of a requisition; if the PRD is in error a replacement requisition may be generated too late and create a gap in the command’s manning. Errors can also generate a requisition too early and create a manning surplus and an inefficient usage of distributable inventory.
  • NEC Management. The AMM should review Sailors’ NEC inventory and request realignments or DNEC adjustments to maximize the usage of command’s NEC inventory. Errors in the Sailor’s NEC inventory should be addressed with the command’s PC. DNEC assignments should be made based on the aligned billet requirements. In some instances, DNEC assignments can be made without regard to the aligned billet requirement to identify NEC compensation, independent of the Sailor’s alignment. This process is called bridging and is covered in reference (a). Bridging is an important factor when measuring NEC and critical NEC fit.
  • C-WAY Status Review. The AMM is able to review a Sailor’s C-WAY status on the Sailor’s “Personnel Detail” screen, under the “Support Information” tab. Issues with the C-WAY information should be addressed with the C-WAY Help Desk.
  • Evaluation and Fitness Report Review. The AMM can review a Sailor’s evaluation and fitness report information under the Sailor’s “Personnel Detail” screen, under the “Support Information” tab. Errors should be addressed with the Electronic Service Record (ESR) Help Desk.
  • PRIMS Review. The AMM can review a Sailor’s PRIMS information under the Sailor’s “Personnel Detail” screen, under the “Support Information” tab. Errors should be addressed with the PRIMS Help Desk.
  • Special Pay Management. The AMM can review a Sailor’s special pay information under the Sailor’s “Personnel Detail” screen, under the “Special Pays Information” tab. Errors should be addressed with NAVPERSCOM, Enlisted Special Pay Programs Branch (PERS-813).
  • Navy Standard Integration Personnel System (NSIPS) Transaction Validation. The AMM will be able to monitor a Sailor’s information changes submitted via NSIPS in BBD. Once the changed information has been processed by NSIPS, BBD data will reflect the same change.
  1. Weekly Reviews
    • Monitor billet changes which could require an adjustment of the alignment. Address issues or discrepancies with the command’s PC.
    • Validate PG and PL orders. Address issues or discrepancies with the command’s PC.
    • Validate NEC inventory for assigned and PG personnel. Address issues or discrepancies with the command’s PC.
    • Validate transactions transmitted via NSIPS or other corporate data systems. Ensure the changes made are reflected in BBD. If transactions did not update info in BBD, re-transmit entry via the applicable system.
    • Review personnel assigned that are currently unaligned. The AMM should recommend an alignment to the PC or wait until the next realignment cycle, at which time the system will align the Sailor to the most appropriate billet.
  2. Monthly Reviews
    • Review current and projected manning and report critical shortages to ISIC and or applicable TYCOM.
    • Review Sailor alignments and if changes are required, transmit updates to the PC via email. Special attention should be placed on reviewing Sailors that are within 1 month of becoming a PL (1 month prior to entering detailing window). The AMM may desire to realign a Sailor currently aligned to a different billet into this billet to preclude creation of a requisition.

 

  • Review DNEC assignments and if changes are required, transmit updates to the PC via email or message. Usage of the Gapped NEC Report will make analysis of possible DNEC actions more efficient.

 

NSIPS Duty Status Codes

Duty Status Code  DUTY STATUS CODES
N_DUTY_STAT_CD N_DESCR100
100 Present for Active Duty
110 Active Duty, Detached to TAD
111 Active duty, Detached from TAD
120 Active Duty, TAD for Manning Assist
121 Active Duty, TAD for School
122 Active Duty, TAD for Hospitalization
123 Active duty, TAD In Confinement
124 Active Duty, TAD for Regular Duty
133 Active Duty, Separation/Retirement Leave
136 Active Duty, Indefinite Leave
140 Active Duty, Detached to Home for APEBP
141 Active Duty, Home awaiting APEBP
142 Active Duty, Detached from APEBP to duty
143 Active Duty, Admin Punitive Discharge, Drop from Strength
146 Active Duty, MIA / POW
147 Active Duty, Deceased
148 Discharged from Active Duty
150 Active Duty, Failed to Report for Duty
151 Active Duty, Erroneous Gain
170 Absent from Active Duty Command
171 Active Duty, Absent from TAD
172 Active Duty, IHCA
173 Active Duty, IHCA from TAD
174 Active Duty, Deserter
196 Active Duty Strength Gain Cancelled
198 Active Duty, Prospective Gain to Full Strength
199 Active Duty, Prospective Gain
200 SELRES (Parent Unit), Present for Duty
210 SELRES Transfer to Another Unit
211 Detached to AD for Spcl Work, ADSW > 30 Days or Involuntary Mobilizaton
247 SELRES (Parent Unit), Deceased
248 Discharged from SELRES (Parent Unit)
297 Released from Mobilization, pending check-in to unit
298 Prospective Gain to Active Duty for Mobilization
299 SELRES (Parent Unit), Prospective Gain
300 SELRES (Short Tour), Present for Duty
347 SELRES (Short Tour), Deceased
370 Absent from SELRES (Short Tour)
372 SELRES (Short Tour), IHCA
374 SELRES (Short Tour), Deserter
399 SELRES (Short Tour), Prospective Gain
400 SELRES (Long Tour), Present for Duty
447 SELRES (Long Tour), Deceased
470 Absent from SELRES (Long Tour)
472 SELRES (Long Tour), IHCA
474 SELRES (Long Tour), Deserter
499 SELRES (Long Tour), Prospective Gain
500 IRR (S1/S2 status), Present for Duty
600 IRR (Voluntary Training Unit), Present for Duty
610 IRR (Voluntary Training Unit) Transfer to another Unit
611 IRR (VTU), Detached to AD for Spcl Work, ADSW > 30 Days or involuntary Mobilization
647 IRR (Voluntary Training Unit), Deceased
648 Discharged from IRR (Voluntary Training Unit)
697 Released from Mobilization, pending check-in to unit
698 Prospective Gain to Active Duty for Mobilization
699 IRR (Voluntary Training Unit), Prospective Gain
900 Retired, Present for Duty

Importing Recovered Keys into Microsoft Windows & Internet Explorer

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Importing Recovered Keys into Microsoft Windows & Internet Explorer

 

Note: Per DoD PKI Policy, PKCS#12 files are never retained on the computer in an unencrypted form. Personnel receiving PKCS#12 files are advised to immediately remove the file from the file system once the keys have been imported into the user’s cryptographic module.