90 Day Early Reenlistment Eligibility Table FY 2016
SRB requests must be submitted at least 35 days prior to the reenlistment date.
Selective Reenlistment Bonus (SRB) Program
Latest SRB award levels supersede NAVADMIN 106/15 SRB NAVADMIN 155/16 released 5 July 2016
IMPORTANT- CCCs and Sailors are strongly encouraged to read the "ENTIRE" NAVADMIN, POLICY UPDATES as well as AWARD LEVELS.
***FTS SRB for NC(CRF) FTS 2186 for ZONE B and ZONE C (Tier Three) ***
Please direct your questions to the appropriate POC listed at the end of the NAVADMIN.
*****SRB SHUTDOWN UPDATED - 28 Jun 2016*****
SRB UPDATED EXCEL SHEET that supersede NAVADMIN 036/16 (28 Jun 16)
SRB UPDATED EXCEL SHEET that supersede NAVADMIN 155/16 (05 Jul 16)
(update) 180 Day Early Reenlistment Eligibility Table FY 2016
35 Day Policy Waiver Guidance
***Forward 35 Day Waiver request to MMCM(SS) James Lucky at email@example.com and Mr. Frank Palomo at firstname.lastname@example.org ensure the subject line states "35 Day Waiver Request ICO MEMBER"
OPNAVINST 1160.8A and current NAVADMIN govern the SRB program, Obligated Service to Train (OTT), and award levels.
SRB is a re-enlistment incentive used to maintain desired manning in specific ratings and NEC'S. Highly responsive to needs of the Navy, SRB levels are subject to change.
Submit SRB requests via FORMAN / OPINS, CIMS, or NSIPS. Although request is to be submitted between 120-35 days prior to reenlistment date, if not initially rejected, request will normally be processed approximately two weeks prior to re-enlistment. Once request is approved, DFAS and the command will be notified via message traffic. Please refer to the POC section at the end of the current NAVADMIN for questions and concerns.
Prior to submitting an SRB request, the CCC is responsible for ensuring the requested NEC is in the Sailor’s inventory. Sailors can only re-enlist under NECs they actually hold, except as noted in current SRB NAVADMIN. If the NEC is missing from the Enlisted Master File, please fax a NAVPERS 1221/6 to (901) 874-2027 (DSN 882).
BOL does not reflect changes in real time as OPINS does.
For the most up to date status of any SRB request, please contact your CCC.
Selective Training and Reenlistment (STAR)Program
MILPERSMAN 1160-100 and Career School Listing (CSL)
The STAR program offers career designation to first term enlisted members who enlist or reenlist and thereby become eligible for the following career incentives:
- Guaranteed assignment to an appropriate Class “A” or “C” School (but not both).
- Possible advancement from petty officer third class (PO3) to petty officer second class (PO2) upon completion of a Class “C” School or a Class “C” School package, which is listed in the Career Schools Listing (CSL), MILPERSMAN 1510-020, and the latest NAVADMIN in effect on date of reenlistment, if otherwise eligible.
- Advancement to PO3 upon completion of Phase I of an Advanced Electronics Field (AEF) Class “A” School under automatic advancement procedures for the AEF program.
- Selective Reenlistment Bonus (SRB), if eligible (not guaranteed).
Must be on first enlistment, with more than 21 months active duty and less than 6 years active duty. Must also have above average performance.
Opens SRB window to one year prior to EAOS.
May result in automatic advancement to E-5 if school is listed on most current Career Schools Listing NAVADMIN on date of reenlistment.
SUBMITING STAR REQUEST: Submitted via OPINS, DO NOT USE the 1306 via BOL (it does not provide all the data required to have data transferred into OPINS). If CCC does not have access to OPINS, email the completed 1306/7 with the last three evaluation information filled in, last two PRTs annotated in the remarks, and Commanding Officer's signature to STAR Input POC.
CAREER SCHOOL LISTING (CSL)
NAVADMIN 088/16 - Released 18 April 2016 announces the cancellation of NAVADMIN 061/14
The career schools listing, which establishes specific eligibility requirements for automatic advancement via the Selective Training and Reenlistment (STAR) program. In keeping with the Navy's total force integration, these programs further the training of our high-quality Sailors and reward them for their valuable contributions. This update supersedes all previous career schools listings.
Click on the below Link to view the current CSL:
Career School Listing (CSL)
Point of Contact for CSL: HMCS Randle Groves, email@example.com
STAR INPUT POC: PSC Stannie Gregoire at firstname.lastname@example.org
Special Duty Assignment Pay (SDAP)
SDAP POC: PSC Stannie Gregoire at email@example.com
Current SDAP Levels: NAVADMIN 120/16 released 25 May 2016 **Updated**
**UPDATED** SDAP LEVELS W/ADMIN UPDATES EFF 25 MAY 2016 REF IN PARA 2 of NAVADMIN 120/16
SDAP PAY DECISON LOGIC CHART IAW NAVADMIN 176/14 paragraph 8
OPNAVINST 1160.6 (series) and current SDAP NAVADMIN governs the SDAP program.
The NAVADMIN is directive in nature and applies to SDAP levels for both USN and FTS personnel. Specific policy guidance associated with this plan, as well as assignments authorized to receive SDAP, are contained within. Commands and servicing PSDs are responsible for administering all applicable changes to SDAP in accordance with referenced policy and this NAVADMIN.
SDAP is a monthly incentive pay used to entice qualified personnel to accept designated assignments and to sustain adequate manning levels.
In order to qualify for SDAP, member must be assigned to and working in a valid billet on the Enlisted Distribution Verification Report. The NEC/Billet must be authorized on the current NAVADMIN. Member must hold the NEC or be filling billet type in order to qualify for SDAP and be authorized by the Command Officer. The CO's signature verifies the command is not exceeding BA, member is working in a valid NEC/Billet type on the NAVADMIN, and holds the NEC (if paid based off of NEC vice Billet Type).
SDAP ANNUAL RECERTIFICATION
NAVADMIN 122/16 SDAP Recertification 2016: The Special Duty Assignment Pay Recertification is conducted annually to ensure commands are maintaining an accurate account of member’s eligibility for SDAP.
**The recertification begins with release of NAVADMIN and must be received by PERS 813 by 31 August 2016.**
Commands will be able to download the spreadsheet that covers their respective UIC and verify the re-certification was received and correct. Commands with subordinate commands are strongly encouraged to check on their tenant and subordinate commands.
Click on below link to view data
***If prompted for CAC cert hit cancel and it should pull up file***
SDAP ANNUAL RECERTIFICATION UIC LISTING