This page displays need to know information and informs CCCs of actions required due to policy, process or system changes.
System / Policy Updates
08 Sep - SDAP certification will continue through 30 September 2014; Commands that do not complete the required certification by 30 September will have their Sailor’s SDAP terminated retroactive to 1 June 2014. Commands can check the status of their SDAP recertification at http://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc /career/enlistedcareeradmin/pages/default1.aspx. Commands are strongly encouraged to use this site to ensure all subordinate commands have completed the recertification. Point of contact is PSC(SW/AW) Marie Bates, PERS-811, at (901)874-3260 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
08 Sep - Updated MPM 1306-125
03 Sep - OVERSEAS/REMOTE DUTY SCREENING POLICY CHANGE NAVADMIN 203/14
26 Aug - CWAY Businees Rules updated (7 July 2014)
20 Aug - AUG 2014 CNAV SKILL SET
15 Aug - Aug 2014 PACT Quotas Released
15 Aug -Judicious use of Comman Coins and Presentation Items NAVADMIN 184/14
4 Aug- Updated EETP Quotas
4 Aug - C-WAY Reenlistment ApplicationTable
07 Jul - Transitions, Goals, Plans and Success Update NAVADMIN 154/14
26 Jun - Official Navy App is Now Available for Download
25 Jun - For new requirements to attend the Command Career
Counselor Course, see CANTRAC VOL II
16 May - Advancement Policy Update
New Final Multiple Score Chart Cheat Sheet
07 May - Looking for Highly Motivated First and Second Class Petty Officers to become a Navy Career Counselor
Action Required: New policy from FLTCYBERCOM (CTO 13-14A and 13-19) dictates that user accounts will be disabled if unused for 30 days. It is imperative that CCCs maintain access to all their Career Tools by logging in to each system within the rolling 30 day time period. Recommended best practices include establishing a routine Tasker or Outlook reminder to prompt action, and logging in to systems prior to going TAD, on leave, getting underway or deploying.
Action Required: Recent studies indicate most Sailor personnel records are inaccurate and incomplete. At a minimum, all Sailors should inventory content of their OMPF and ESR as soon as possible. Thereafter, Sailors should review both records at a minimum of once per year. Click HERE for user aid.
Action Required: MILPERSMAN 1160-030 was updated 24 Apr 2013. Para 19 states: Servicing Personnel Offices will ensure the Electronic Service Record (ESR) reenlistment closeout function is executed when a member reenlists and the following ESR documents are submitted to the member’s Official Military Personnel File (OMPF) along with the reenlistment contract:
- Awards History (NAVPERS 1070/880)
- Training, Education, and Qualifications History (NAVPERS 1070/881)
- Member Data Summary (NAVPERS 1070/886)
- History of Assignments (NAVPERS 1070/605)
- Permanent Administrative Remarks (NAVPERS 1070/613) created at time of reenlistment
NPC FORCM Weekly
- See "NPC FORCE WEEKLY" folder in Documents Library below for current and archived editions.