MyNavy Portal (MNP)
Here is where you can find current information on MNP, the Navy's self-service career management portal.
Information and resources found on this page provide an overview of MyNavy Portal Beta capabilities. MNP Beta serves as a field test of evolving system capability. Sailors are strongly encouraged to offer feedback on the portal’s performance and provide comments and recommendations using the site’s feedback option located at the bottom right of every MNP page.
Access MyNavy Portal’s public homepage by viewing https://my.navy.mil
. From there, log into the website using your Common Access Card (CAC) and CAC-enabled computing device. MNP is viewable in high- and low-bandwidth modes.
UPDATE MAR 2019:
Advancement Dashboard is the newest feature available on MNP and is part of the content for Advancement & Promotion Career & Life Event. The dashboard is a dynamic, intuitive, web-based capability to give E4 to E6 candidates a detailed, personal view of their eligibility status for advancement, and instructions and documentation to prepare for the advancement process.
Specifically, Sailors have the ability to:
- View eligibility status based on MyRecord and Enlisted Advancement Worksheet information
- Manually calculate a Final Multiple Score
- Auto-populate Advancement Exam checklists and timeline for action items
- Learn where to get study materials, FAQs and other information about Enlisted Advancement
- Review and understand Enlisted Advancement eligibility
- Submit MyRecord inquiries through service request feature on MNP
- Future updates will include support for E7 to E9 candidates.
Recent ehancements to MNP include:
MyRecord Web is the first implementation of a new military service record that consolidates all manpower, personnel, training and education information into a single display supporting career and life events. Recent updated include access to your Official Military Personnel File (OMPF) via a link from within MNP and the ability to view C-WAY and security clearance data.
Voluntary Education Proxy Scheduling allows requests for language testing or educational counseling to be made by staff, supervisors and administrators on behalf of Sailors. This is a feature of the Training, Education, Qualifications Career & Life Event.
- eLeave allows CONUS-based Sailors to manage Ordinary Leave actions: 1) Submit a request that is routed to chain of command for approval, 2) Request a leave extension, 3) Check out and check in, 4) Cancel request, and 5) Look up leave balance.
- MyPCS Checklist is a self-service tool that facilitates a tailored experience when preparing for PCS. By answering a comprehensive set of questions, Sailors identify ways in which their unique situations may impact upcoming moves. Based on the answers and the detachment date selected, the checklist outlines required activities, due dates and shows progress in accomplishing tasks. It also includes tips and sources for support. Sailors may download a PDF version of the My PCS Checklist or email a copy to serve as a handy reference.
Electronic Personnel Action Request (ePAR)/1306 lets Sailors create, update or request a cancellation of a request, with automatic routing to their Command Career Counselor. View "Quick Start" guides under User Info and Aids at the top right.
is a way for Sailors to get help 24/7 with personnel, pay and training questions from MyNavy Career Center customer agents by phone (833-330-MNCC) or email to email@example.com
or on MNP at Help & Info > Support Resources > Ask for Help > MNCC REQUEST/INQUIRY.
Visit MyNavy Career Center (MNCC), which matches MNP self-service capabilities with 24/7 customer service support and access to subject matter experts who handle unique and complex situations.