Command Pay/Personnel Administrative Support System (PASS) Coordinator (CPC)
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The CPC serves as the critical link between an individual Sailor, his or her command, and the supporting Personnel Support organization.
It is the CPC's responsibility to ensure all documents and information required to provide command Pay/Personnel and Transportation support are relayed to the appropriate supporting organization via the current authorized electronic transaction system and in accordance with applicable policies governing accuracy and timeliness standards.
UPDATE 28 JUN 2016 -- New NSIPS CPC User role functionality!
NSIPS 1.4.5 (released MAR 2016) established the Command PASS Coordinator (CPC) role in NSIPS. NSIPS 1.4.6 (released JUN 2016) established new features for the CPC role for the active duty component.
CPCs now have the ability to create Honors and Awards, Personnel Qualification Standards (PQS), and Administrative Remarks (temporary or permanent). These three components will be electronically routed to all Personnel Supervisors within a servicing Personnel Support Detachment (PSD) /Customer Service Detachment (CSD) for verification.
In addition, personnel with the CPC role can now update and save member Address and Phone and Member Screening data to record whether a member’s Family Care Plan information is on file. These two components may be updated without PSD/CSD verification.
The CPC also has access to print the following NSIPS Standard Reports for their Unit Identification Code (UIC):
Enlisted Distribution and Verification Report (List of Deserters, Administrative Drop,
Onboard for Temporary Duty and Alpha Listing)
Projected Loss Report
Prospective Gain Report
Advancement Eligibility Report
Unit Commanders Financial Report
Family Care Plan Report
What's New for You? -- You will find a consolidated list of NSIPS news products by clicking HERE.
NAVADMIN 043/15, Guidance for Using Pay and Personnel Standard Operating Procedures - Effective immediately, all Navy commands [includes Sailor, CPC, CCC, PSD, CSD, etc.], are directed to use the SOPs when performing pay and personnel transactions.
CPC Duties and Responsibilities
Obtain and maintain access to systems/software (i.e., OMPF, ESR, TOPS, etc.) necessary to complete CPC duties. The CPC Toolbox information sheet -- updated 1 FEB 2016 and located in the box on the right -- provides steps required to request and obtain systems access.
Carefully review personnel documents and information routed between the PSD/CSD or NOSC and supported Sailors to ensure all forms are properly completed, all required documentation and attachments are provided, and all information appears to be sufficient to resolve the transaction in a timely manner.
Attend all scheduled CPC Training provided by the PSD/CSD or NOSC. If unable to attend, arrange to receive information provided via alternate means.
In every action, always protect the Personally Identifiable Information (PII) of command personnel. If at any time PII is compromised, report the spillage as soon as it is discovered.
Use the left navigation bar to locate information and resources supporting specific CPC tasks. Use Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) to perform tasks.
Getting started - Download the CPC Career Toolbox information sheet (click hyperlink on the right) and use it to establish system accounts. Once system access has been requested and approved, use the following online tools to perform assigned tasks
CPC Toolbox - CAC and CAC-enabled computer required.
Additional online tools
Although the CPC is not expected to be an expert in all areas of pay and personnel administration, familiarity with directives and manuals will increase CPC awareness and effectiveness.
Supporting information on the NPC website
Supporting information on Navy Knowledge Online (NKO) - log into NKO and then click hyperlink below