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Milper message 21-088 was released with important updates to the ask-em, including reenlistment and efmp., reenlistment program considerations, initial term soldiers.
Soldiers and NCOs on their initial term contract are issued Year-Month-Available to move (YMAV) of “999912”, are not aligned to enlisted manning cycles (EMCs), and are ineligible for ASK-EM market participation until they reenlist.
Upon reenlistment, a valid YMAV date will be issued based on a system review of the Soldier’s record and their current tour type such as 2/3/4 year continental United States (CONUS) tour or based on their outside continental United States (OCONUS) date eligible to return overseas (DEROS).
Mid Career NCOs
Mid-Term NCOs (E5 (promotable)) thru E8 (non-USASMA select)) who are entering their reenlistment window will have their YMAV adjusted to their expiration term of service (ETS) date to allow for retention actions to occur and will no longer align to an EMC nor market.
NCOs who are within eighteen months of ETS, or whose ETS equals less than 10 months time in service (TIS), will use RETAIN as their sole market option, are ineligible to participate in the ASK-EM market, and must contact their local Career Counselor for reassignment options.
SFC and above or NCOs with greater than ten years TIS at ETS do not fall under this consideration.
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Army updates online tool for selecting assignments
The Army is updating a program that allows active-duty enlisted soldiers to choose preferences for assignments and locations.
The Assignment Satisfaction Key, or ASK, program has been redesigned by the Army Human Resources Command to be an expanded career development tool, according to an Army news release .
As in the past, soldiers can use the Web-based program to choose their preferences for future assignments and locations. Enlisted soldiers in ranks E-1 through E-8 non-promotable can view requisitions via the online tool, then volunteer for them and indicate their preferences.
When a soldier logs in to ASK, he or she will only see assignments they are eligible for, based on MOS, rank, time on station, and military education. This provides troops with realistic expectations, according to the release.
Once a soldier submits the request, it shows up in the Army's Enlisted Distribution and Assignment System, and Human Resources Command assignment managers will work on the order.
The updated tool allows soldiers to select assignments with lower requisition priority, instead of only showing assignments that have the most in-demand needs to be filled.
This has increased the number of assignments soldiers can view, an HRC spokeswoman said.
"Requisitions are each assigned a priority, based on Army Manning Guidance, that dictates which assignments should be filled first," Lt. Col. Janet Herrick said.
ASK now includes additional priorities, allowing soldiers to select from a higher number of available units and locations, she said.
The updated program now has one screen that's easier to navigate, and it also offers soldiers the option of indicating his or her availability for broadening opportunities, including drill sergeant and recruiter assignments, or other special-duty interests.
Soldiers who nominate themselves for assignment through ASK will receive feedback via email.
The assignment tool is available at https://www.ask.army.mil/ask . An Army Knowledge Online account password is needed to gain access.
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Assignment Satisfaction Key
Passing information with the click of a mouse
Personal Contact Information : Current home address, phone number (home and duty), and email address (either home or military).
Assignment Preferences : Soldiers must select 6 choices (3 CONUS and 3 OCONUS) from lists provided. Two CONUS installations will be divisional installations.
Special Duty Interest Preferences : Drill Sergeant, Recruiting and/or Airborne. Soldiers are not volunteering for these duties.
Assignment Volunteers - Soldiers may volunteer for up to 3 CONUS and/or 3 OCONUS locations from lists provided.
Special Duty Interest Volunteers : Soldiers may volunteer for Drill Sergeants, Recruiting and/or Airborne.
Access is available thru the U.S Army Human Resources Command (HRC) web site at https://www.hrc.army.mil/indexflash.asp . Once you access the U.S Army Human Resources Command (HRC) web site, you will click on the "Assignment Satisfaction Key" displayed above. Soldiers will need a Army Knowledge Online (AKO) account password to gain access to their information.
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Assignment Satisfaction Key https://www.ask.army.mil/ask
Web access to enlisted assignment information is the key to electronically influencing your career
You can update assignment preferences and related information through a newly developed web application. The "Assignment Satisfaction Key" or "ASK" Internet tool provides the capability to post assignment preference information directly to the Total Army Personnel Database. U.S Army Human Resources Command (HRC) Enlisted Personnel Management Directorate (EPMD) assignment managers will use this information when considering you for assignments.
Under the old "Dream Sheet" days, you could choose from 230 CONUS locations and 280 OCONUS locations, but had little chance of being assigned to any of the locations. "ASK" requires you to select two CONUS locations from a Divisional Installation Listing and one CONUS location form a more expanded listing. You may select three of four OCONUS locations.
By providing you with realistic location options, our goal is to match Army readiness requirements with your preferences. You are contributing to the overall decision process and your vote counts. While U.S Army Human Resources Command (HRC) must still fill unique assignments, the majority of assignment locations will be available for you to select. Those who decline to submit preferences will be assigned according to the needs of the Army.
This application is available through U.S Army Human Resources Command (HRC) 's web site at: https://www.hrc.army.mil/indexflash.asp Use your Army Knowledge Online (AKO) account password to gain access to this information. Use of AKO will ensure necessary security requirements are met. You may view and update the following information:
Personal Contact Information - You will be able to provide your current home address, phone number (home and duty) (commercial and Digital Service Network (DSN), and email address (either home or military).
Assignment Preference - Assignment preferences will be used when you are being considered for assignment. You must select 6 locations (3 CONUS and 3 OCONUS). Two CONUS preferences msut be selected from Assignment Location List (asg Loc List) A and one from Asg Loc List B. Three OCONUS preferences must be selected from Asg Loc List C.
Special Duty Interest Preference/Volunteer - You may indicate a desire to be considered for or volunteer for Drill Sergeant, Recruiting, and/or Airborne.
Assignment Volunteer - You may now "volunteer" for assignment locations. Provided you are otherwise qualified. U.S Army Human Resources Command (HRC) assignment managers will consider assignment volunteers over non-volunteers. Volunteer choices may be selected from Asg Loc List A, B and C.
Assignment Location Listing
The following Assignment Location Listings provide you with the choices you need to select from your Assignment Preferences and Assignment Volunteer locations.
List A - Divisional Installations
List B - Divisional Installations and Other CONUS Installations
List C - OCONUS Locations
How to Contact the Enlisted Personnel Management Directorates
Soldier Assignment Module (SAM)
For soldiers who have used ASK, SAM provides virtually instant capability for your assignment manager and professional development soldiers to identify all open requirements you may be eligible for, provides the capabilities to hone in on the most eligible soldiers and also (on the same screen) identifies all volunteers for a specific assignment location.
ASK The key to influencing your career
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NCOs Can Now Rank Their Assignment Preferences Under a New Army System
For the first time, the U.S. Army will allow noncommissioned officers to rank where they would like to be assigned.
Similar to its Assignment Interactive Module for officers, in use since 2016, the service announced earlier this month that it will roll out the virtual "Assignment Satisfaction Key -- Enlisted Marketplace" (ASK-EM) for the 2021 manning cycle.
Those eligible include active-duty soldiers in the ranks of E-6 through E-8, according to a release. They can give their top five choices for assignment location.
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"Soldier preference is important because we believe a Soldier performs at a higher level when they're in an assignment that interests them," Col. Michael McGregor, director of the Enlisted Personnel Management Directorate, said in the release. "Soldiers have some input into their assignments now, but that will increase significantly as we field ASK-EM."
The goal is to more accurately pair noncommissioned officers with their duty station based on their "knowledge, skills, behaviors and preferences," the release states.
"These initiatives optimize the Army's ability to get the right Soldier with the right talents to the right assignment at the right time. It will also allow commanders to maximize the talent provided them," McGregor said.
The new program is set to go live Nov. 11, according to a separate announcement .
Leaders will get more information about when a soldier is best available for a permanent change-of-station move or temporary duty assignment to match gaps the service needs to fill.
"Heightened awareness about Soldier talent, along with knowing when he or she is available to move, will help us make informed decisions when assigning the most qualified Soldiers to meet Army requirements," McGregor explained.
ASK-EM follows two pilot programs that involved 1,700 NCOs, according to Army Human Resources Command.
According to Col. Bryan Harris, Armor Enlisted Branch chief at the command, 55% of those participating received one of their top five choices.
The automated marketplace will someday serve an average of 35,000 NCOs per year, and will be tied to "five enlisted manning cycles per year, compared to two cycles for officers," the command said.
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The Cyber Awareness Challenge provides an overview of cybersecurity threats and best practices to keep information and information systems secure.
The DD93 or DD Form 93 is used to record the name of the person or persons, if any, other than the member's primary next of kin or immediate family, to whom information on the whereabouts and status of the member shall be provided if the member is placed in a missing status.
The Defense Acquisition University is a corporate university of the United States Department of Defense offering 'acquisition, technology, and logistics' training to military and Federal civilian staff and Federal contractors.
The Defense Civilian Intelligence Personnel System (DCIPS) incorporates all DoD intelligence positions under a single, performance-based, mission-focused personnel management system. DCIPS serves as the common Defense Intelligence Enterprise system that helps to attract, retain, and reward the workforce needed to successfully carry out critical national security missions.
Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS) is a computerized database for United States Service members, military retirees, 100% VA Disabled Veterans, dependents, DoD active Contractors, and others worldwide who are entitled to Public Key Infrastructure and TRICARE eligibility.
Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS) manage the finance and accounting serves for the U.S. Army.
The Defense Logistics Agency is the Department of Defense's combat logistics support agency. DLA provides the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, other federal agencies and partner nation armed forces with a full spectrum of logistics, acquisition and technical services. DLA sources and provides nearly all of the consumable items America’s military forces need to operate – from food, fuel and energy to uniforms, medical supplies and construction material.
Defense Manpower Data Center is the leader in joint information sharing and support on DoD human resource issues, the central source for identifying, authenticating, authorizing, and providing information on personnel during and after their affiliation with DoD and the one, central access point for information and assistance on DoD entitlements, benefits, and medical readiness for uniformed service members, veterans, and their families.
The Defense Technical Information Center operates under the leadership of the Secretary of Defense and reports to the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering USD(R&E). DTIC supports the USD(R&E)’s efforts to mitigate new and emerging threat capabilities, enable affordable or extended capabilities in existing military systems, and develop technology surprise.
The Joint Improvised-Threat Defeat Organization (JIDO) is a combat support organization of the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) organization under the Defense Threat Reduction Agency that deals with improvised threats such as the improvised explosive device (IEDs) and small unmanned aerial systems. JIDO was born from the Joint IED Defeat Organization established in 2006, which focused on IEDs. JIDO's mission is to 'enable Department of Defense actions to counter improvised threats with tactical responsiveness and anticipatory acquisition in support of combatant commanders' efforts to prepare for, and adapt to, battlefield surprise.' This mission supports counter-terrorism, counter-insurgency and other related mission areas including Counter-IED.
The Defense Travel System (DTS) is a fully integrated, automated, end-to-end travel management system that enables DoD travelers to create authorizations (TDY travel orders), prepare reservations, receive approvals, generate travel vouchers, and receive a split reimbursement between their bank accounts and the Government Travel Charge Card (GTCC) vendor.
Defense Travel System is an integrated, automated, end-to-end travel management system that enables DOD travelers to create travel orders, prepare reservations, receive approvals, generate travel vouchers, and receive split disbursement between their bank accounts and the Government Travel Charge Card vendor.
The Office of the Inspector General serves to "provide impartial, objective and unbiased advice and oversight to the Army through relevant, timely and thorough inspection, assistance, investigations, and training." The position has existed since 1777, when Thomas Conway was appointed the first inspector.
The Department of the Army Photograph Management Information System (DAPMIS) is a web-enabled, e-business system that receives digitized official photographs from DOD worldwide photo studios.
DoD OIG combats fraud, waste and abuse in the Department of Defense by conducting audits, investigations and evaluations. In addition, the Inspector General ensures the Secretary of Defense and the Congress are fully informed of problems in the Department
The Deployed Digital Training Campus is a deployable networked classroom enabling group or individual instruction through Video Tele-training (VTT), interactive multi-media (IMI), web-based instruction, individual collaboration, and professional development training. This is includes access to current Distributed Learning (DL) products and constructive simulations. The DDTC provides a means for the current institutional training base to deliver proponent approved dL training products and services to deployed forces worldwide and to provide a flexible means to meet surge training requirements to deploying or redeploying forces.
The Deployment Health Assessment Program (DHAP) allows you to take proactive steps to protect your health and well-being and to ensure your military readiness. DHAP provides early identification of emerging deployment related health conditions and serves as a gateway to care and treatment.
A Digital Training Facility is a computer lab located on Army installations and Reserve sites worldwide. Units use DTFs to conduct training that improves individual and unit readiness. Using high-speed internet access, computer based training and Video Tele-Training (VTT) equipment, Soldiers and civilians can train when it fits their professional needs and personal schedules.
Digital Training Management System (DTMS) provides streamlined access to the Individual Tasks, Collective Task Training and Evaluation Outlines (T&EO), Headquarters, Department of the Army (HQDA) Standard Mission Essential Task List (METL) and Combined Arms Training Strategy (CATS) that form the building blocks for unit training and achieving readiness.
The Automated Time Attendance and Production System (ATAAPS) is used by civilian employees to accurately record time and attendance (e.g. leave, overtime, compensatory time off, wellness), while capturing labor hours by job order.
DoD ID Card Reference Center
The DOD Commmon Access Card Cert repository. Use the certs her to gain access to DOD websites with your common access card. Choose the correct one for your Operating System.
The DoD Cyber Exchange provides one-stop access to cyber information, policy, guidance and training for cyber professionals throughout the DoD, and the general public. These resources are provided to enable the user to comply with rules, regulations, best practices and federal laws. DISA is mandated to support and sustain the DoD Cyber Exchange (formerly the Information Assurance Support Environment (IASE)) as directed by DoDI 8500.01 and DODD 8140.01. Use this if you have CAC access.
The DoD Cyber Exchange provides one-stop access to cyber information, policy, guidance and training for cyber professionals throughout the DoD, and the general public. These resources are provided to enable the user to comply with rules, regulations, best practices and federal laws. DISA is mandated to support and sustain the DoD Cyber Exchange (formerly the Information Assurance Support Environment (IASE)) as directed by DoDI 8500.01 and DODD 8140.01. Use this if you do not have CAC access.
Army MWR Digital Library (Sign up at your on post library). A large free repository for eBooks, Comics, Audiobooks, TV, and Movies!
DoD SAFE is a web-based tool that provides authenticated DoD CAC users and guests (unauthenticated users) the capability to securely send and receive large files, including files that are too large to be transmitted via email.
The DOD SkillBridge program is an opportunity for Service members to gain valuable civilian work experience through specific industry training, apprenticeships, or internships during the last 180 days of service. SkillBridge connects Service members with industry partners in real-world job experiences.
DOTS Allows for sending files/email to classifed networks.
Defense Self Service Logon makes it easy for you to access your information contained across DoD and VA partner websites. By signing up for a free account, you can view your financial and benefits information; Personally Identifiable Information (PII); personal Health Information (PHI); claim statuses and records.
The EagleCash card is an alternative to cash, Debit cards, credit cards, and checks. EagleCash is a 'stored value card' that serves as a cash management tool. Funds are loaded to an EagleCash card, linked to the cardholder's personal account at a financial institution, using a self-service kiosk. Funds may be added or removed from the card at any time.
eBenefits is the result of a collaboration between the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and the Department of Defense (DoD). We serve Veterans, Service members, Wounded Warriors, their family members, and their authorized caregivers. They offer: A secure environment where you can safely access your personal information and perform self-service tasks. Applications (online and PDF) for disability compensation and various benefits. Employment resources. A personalized Dashboard that you can customize to suit your preferences and information needs. Access to the National Resource Directory, which enables you to find links to resource based on subjects that interest you.
eMILPO is the system of records for Army personnel and keeps track of all Soldiers within a particular unit, keeps track of Soldiers' individual records, and in general houses every Soldier's record in the active duty Army
HRC's enlisted promotions page. Go here to find out the details on the enlisted promotion process.
The Trend Report shows how many soldiers are each promotion point bracket. This is usefull to gadge where you are on the order of merit list.
The Enterprise Military Housing System (eMH) includes a public web site (HOMES.mil) which collects information needed to facilitate military personnel searching for suitable community rental housing within close proximity to military installations.
Evaluation Entry System (EES) is the Army's forms system for Army Officer Evaluation Reports (OERs) and NonCommissioned Officer Evaluation Reports (NCOERs).
The Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP) works to ensure Service members, their eligible family members, and overseas citizens are aware of their right to vote and have the tools and resources to successfully do so - from anywhere in the world.
Federal Logistics (FED LOG) data provides users the ability to access Federal Logistics Information System (FLIS) data during instances when internet connectivity is non-available. FED LOG provides essential information about items of supply to include the National Stock Number (NSN), the Approved Item Name, Manufacturers and Distributors information (to include Part Numbers), Freight Data, Hazardous Materiel Indicators, Interchangeable and Substitutable data, Acquisition Advice Code (AAC) and Unit Price, Physical and Performance Characteristics along with service specific management data.
FedMall is the premier government e-commerce acquisition platform providing an optimal experience for customers which include the United States military services, federal, state and authorized local governmental agencies. Customers are able to quickly search and purchase items online whatever the need may be from wherever you are.
Financial Disclosure Management (FDM) is a secure, Army electronic filing (e-filing) system for its authorized users to file and maintain required financial interest reports anywhere via a Web browser.
The Army Suicide Prevention Program (ASPP), provides resources for suicide prevention, intervention skills, and support to those impacted by the loss of a loved one to suicide to develop healthy and resilient Soldiers, reduce stigma, and build awareness of suicide and related behaviors.
GEARS is an automated packet/document routing and tracking system built on SharePoint that implements global management of business processes.
The Green to Gold Active Duty Option Program is a two-year program that provides eligible, Active Duty enlisted Soldiers an opportunity to complete a baccalaureate degree or a two-year graduate degree and earn a commission as an Army Officer. You can apply and monitor your application here.
Ground Risk Assessment Tool (GRAT) is a mission planning tool developed to augment the military decision-making process. Consisting of five integral parts, it assists users in identifying potential hazards and controls for specified ground missions or activities, both on and off duty.
A National Guard Bureau-wide Sharepoint site allowing for document storage and collaboration.
The Military Health System (MHS) is a form of nationalized health care operated within the United States Department of Defense that provides health care to active duty, Reserve component and retired U.S. Military personnel and their dependents.
Identity, Credentialing and Access Management (ICAM) Portal provides account and group functions formerly provided by AKO Classic. The ICAM portal also provides EAMS-A information. This has replaced Identity Management (IDM) Portal.
ArmyIgnitED is a tailored, intuitive resource that empowers you to achieve your educational goals. Whether you’re at home or abroad, you’ll have unlimited access to educational opportunities, support, and guidance throughout your desired Education Path, Civilian Path, Credential, or Army ROTC scholarship program. Sign up for TA or CA here
Installation Support Modules (ISM) is standardized software applications that perform business functions at the installation level for the Army.
A web-based human resources system that provides integrated personnel and pay capabilities and a comprehensive HR record for all Soldiers in each component.
An online information management system used for storing and managing military personnel records. It electronically stores evaluation reports, some medical documents, college and military transcripts, awards, diplomas, and more.
iSALUTE is an Army counterintelligence reporting program to assist in preventing espionage, sabotage, subversion, and international terrorism. The program supports the Army's counterintelligence policy established in AR 381‐12, Threat Awareness and Reporting Program
The U.S. Army Judge Advocate General's Corps is a government organization that operates like a court system. Its practitioners, referred to as Judge Advocates, are licensed attorneys qualified to represent the Army and Army Soldiers in military legal matters.
The online learning home of the Judge Advocate General's corps
JKO provides continuous, career-long development of joint knowledge and joint readiness for individuals, staffs, Combatant Commands, Combat Support Agencies, and the Services.
The Joint Risk Assessment Tool (JRAT) is an interactive, easy-to-use, automated system designed to assist users with the application of risk management in accordance with Joint Publication 3-0, Joint Operations, and Service-specific publications.
Joint Services Transcript is an academically accepted document approved by the American Council on Education (ACE) to validate a service members military occupational experience and training along with the corresponding ACE college credit recommendations.
LandWarNet (LWN) is the United States Army’s contribution to the Global Information Grid that consists of all globally interconnected, end-to-end set of Army information capabilities, associated processes, and personnel for collecting, processing, storing, disseminating, and managing information on demand supporting warfighters, policy makers, and support personnel. It includes all Army (owned and leased) and leveraged Department of Defense (DOD)/Joint communications and computing systems and services, software (including applications), data security services, and other associated services. LandWarNet exists to enable the warfighter through Mission Command, previously described as Battle Command.
LHI is the federal health services business of both Optum and UnitedHealth Group (NYSE: UNH). It brings together the vast resources and clinical insights of UnitedHealthcare's unique health services, along with the innovation, technology and scalability of Optum.
Medical Operational Data System (MODS) is designed to provide the provide Army Medical Department (AMEDD) leadership with an integrated system to manage AMEDD human resources (HR), logistics, education, manpower, and Army medical readiness programs. MODS is an integrated automation system that supports all phases of the AMEDD Human Resource Life-Cycle management processes in both peacetime and mobilization.
MedlinePlus is an online health information resource for patients and their families and friends. It is a service of the National Library of Medicine (NLM), the world's largest medical library, and a part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
MEDPROS is the Army's automated database designed to meet Department of Defense requirements in maintaining unit and individual medical readiness. It is designed to provide commanders with a real-time, world-wide operational system to manage the medical readiness and deployability of their unit.
MEDPROS Medical Health Assestment (MHA) alows you to complete periodic health assesments, pre-deployment, post-deployment, post-deployment reassesment and mental health assessment forms.
MHS GENESIS is the new electronic health record for the Military Health System (MHS), provides enhanced, secure technology to manage your health information. MHS GENESIS integrates inpatient and outpatient solutions that will connect medical and dental information across the continuum of care, from point of injury to the military treatment facility. This includes garrison, operational, and en route care, increasing efficiencies for beneficiaries and health care professionals.
MilConnect provides a convenient self-service portal that allows DOD affiliates and beneficiaries to manage their benefits and records, offering secure access to personal and personnel records held in the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System.
MilGaming provides news, training events, online instruction, technical support, expert forums and training scenarios. It offers links to products such as Virtual Battlespace 2, known as VBS2, VBS2 Fires and Moral Combat.
Army Military Auxiliary Radio System is a Department of Defense sponsored program which utilizes Amateur Radio operators to contribute to the mission of the Department of the Army. Army MARS members must have access to HF radio equipment, file a monthly report, and participate a minimum of 12 hours total, including a minimum 6 hours on HF radio each quarter.
MilitaryChildCare.com provides a gateway to comprehensive information on military-operated or military-approved child care programs worldwide.
Military OneSource is your 24/7 connection to information, answers and support to help you reach your goals, overcome challenges and thrive. As a member of our military family, you are eligible to use this Department of Defense-funded program anytime, anywhere. Military OneSource offers assistance with tax services, spouse employment help, webinars and online training, relocation and deployment tools, and much more.
MilitaryCAC provides CAC installation assistance; Find information regarding the Department of Defense Common Access Card (CAC).
MilSuite provides a collection of social business tools for DOD personnel that facilitates professional networking, learning, and innovation through knowledge sharing and collaboration.
milWiki is a knowledge management tool that any member of the milSuite community may access and edit. Subject matter experts are encouraged to contribute their experience and update information as it happens to build an encyclopedia of Department of Defense articles with the highest possible sensitivity of information being CONTROLLED UNCLASSIFIED INFORMATION.
MOBCOP is an internet site where Reserve Component Soldiers (USAR, IRR, ARNG, IMA) can find and volunteer for active duty tours. Any command that has positions or missions that could be filled by a RC Soldier can post those jobs on Tour of Duty. TOD allows commands to build and validate their positions so the vacancies can be searched by Soldiers seeking active duty. The positions in TOD must be validated by the command that owns the position or mission before they can be listed. Soldiers can find positions that match their grade and skills and then request the hiring command consider them for the job.
The Mobile Digital Training Facility (MDTF) is a wireless networked classroom of 10 notebook PCs designed to be connected to the unit's local wireless network for use wherever and whenever access to distributed learning is needed. It will deliver individual and collective training to Soldiers and DA Civilians anywhere and anytime.
This is a new system from USTRANSCOM to support the relocation of families during PCS. Right now, use of this system is by invitation only.
MyArmyBenefits is the Official Army Benefits Website. Forecast Your Retirement Benefits. Calculate Estimates of Your Survivor and Survivor Education Benefits. Browse Over 150 Fact Sheets for Benefit Eligibility and Highlights.
An online portal allowing Soldiers to manage their organizational clothing and individual equipment
The Soldier Record Brief (SRB/ORB/ERB) is a new multi‐Component report that provides a snapshot of a Soldier's military career information. It details a Soldiers career in the military by listing all courses taken, duty stations, ASVAB scores and much more!
My Leave Dashboard is IPPS-A's answer to submitting leave online.
My Physical Profile allows soldier to view their current profile online.
Assignment Interactive Module 2.0 (AIM 2) is a web based information system designed to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of the officer management process, and facilitate communication between Soldiers (e.g. officers & warrant officers with talents), Units (e.g. commanders with requirements) and the Officer Personnel Management Directorate (OPMD)
The Soldier Talent Profile is the IPPS-A SRB. It provides a new multi‐Component report that provides a snapshot of a Soldier's military career information. It details a Soldiers career in the military by listing all courses taken, duty stations, ASVAB scores and much more!
My Training Tab (MT2) original available to users at Army Knowledge Online (AKO) , pulls together all web-based training resources on a single, customizable page. Still functional after AKOs was taken down.
MyMEB was developed by medical, information-management and administrative specialists to address a perceived need for Soldiers to know more about the MEB process and how it affects them.
The Defense Department's online payroll and accounting system, providing access to view one's pay account, view travel claims, make changes to withholding and allotments, and chance Thrift Savings Plan contributions.
NCO Leader Center for Excellence provides professional military education that develops holistically fit, disciplined, well-educated professionals capable of meeting the challenges of large-scale combat operations in a multi-domain environment.
NCO Worldwide is an academic portal is to design a student centric, centralized, web-based educational platform to enhance the lifelong learning experience for Soldiers across the globe.
NETCOM leads global operations for the Army's portion of the DODIN, ensuring freedom of action in cyberspace while denying the same to our adversaries.
The U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) serves as the chief human resources agency and personnel policy manager for the Federal Government. OPM provides human resources leadership and support to Federal agencies and helps the Federal workforce achieve their aspirations as they serve the American people. OPM directs human resources and employee management services, administers retirement benefits, manages healthcare and insurance programs, oversees merit-based and inclusive hiring into the civil service, and provides a secure employment process.
HRC's Officer and Warrant Officer promotions page. Go here to find out the details on the Officer and Warrant Officer promotion process.
Patient Portal Tricare Online is a part of the MHS GENESIS (MHSG) system. MHSG is the new electronic health record for the Military Health System (MHS) and provides enhanced, secure technology to manage your health information. MHSG integrates inpatient and outpatient solutions that will connect medical and dental information across the continuum of care, from point of injury to the military treatment facility.
Preventative Maintenance Monthly is intended to enhance materiel readiness by emphasizing preventive maintenance and promoting proper maintenance and supply procedures. Review of PS Magazine will be a regular part of unit readiness initiatives. A reader service is available to answer maintenance and supply questions.
The Procurement Integrated Enterprise Environment (PIEE) is the primary enterprise procure-to-pay (P2P) application for the Department of Defense and its supporting agencies and is trusted by companies reporting over $7.1 billion in spending.
Pulls your Promotion Point Worksheet from HRC. The Promotion Point Worksheet displays your current promotion point brake down for promotions to SGT and SSG.
The Protected Internet eXchange (PiX), is a US government-sponsored program to assist with unclassified information sharing among US government agencies and military, as well as with foreign partners. PiX helps people working on similar problem sets connect with each other in a secure space.
The Psychological Health Center of Excellence (PHCoE) is one of the Centers of Excellence within the Research and Development Directorate of the Defense Health Agency (DHA). PHCoE collaborates across the Department of Defense (DOD) and with the Department of Veterans Affairs and other agencies to provide leadership and expertise to inform policy and drive improvements in psychological health outcomes.
The Range Facility management Support System provide users with a non-graphical remote scheduling tool that interfaces directly with RFMSS at fielded RFMSS sites. RFMSS allows determine facility availability, submit and view scheduling requests and read published Range Bulletins. Current schedules and conflicts are displayed in the Two-Week view.
RAPIDS ID Card Office allows you to schedule any CAC or ID card services appointment as well as manage some of your CAC information (Such as current address).
Ready Army seeks to inform the Army community of all hazards and to provide targeted preparedness information to Soldiers, their Families, Civilians and contractors worldwide.
A risk management information system (RMIS) is an information system that assists in consolidating property values, claims, policy, and exposure information and providing the tracking and management reporting capabilities to enable the user to monitor and control the overall cost of risk management.
S1Net connects HR professionals with a common focus of solving critical problems faced by the professional in the field, and in doing so, develop and archive the tools, insights and approaches needed by members.
Service Members’ Group Life Insurance (SGLI) offers low-cost term coverage to eligible service members. If you’re a service member who meets certain criteria, we’ll automatically sign you up. You are automatically insured for the maximum coverage of $400,000, unless you have reduced, canceled, or declined coverage.
The Army's Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention program, known as SHARP, exists so the Army can prevent sexual harassment and sexual assaults before they occur. Their goal is to eliminate sexual assaults and sexual harassment by creating a climate that respects the dignity of every member of the Army family. Additionally, they strive to: 1) Reduce the stigma of reporting 2) Protect the victim 3) Increase prevention, investigation, prosecution and victim care capabilities 4) Increase training and resources 5) Refine and sustain response capability
The Soldier Enhancement Program (SEP) is an enduring process designed to help the Army move at 'the Speed of Industry' to evaluate and type classify existing prototypes or commercially available items that will enhance Soldiers' ability to execute their combat mission.
The latest news, images, videos, career information, and links from US Army Soldier For Life.
Supply and Maintenance Assistance Review Team (SMART) is made to streamline and improve unit level logistics support through a single source logistics suggestion program. Submit a suggestion with them to receive help on unit level logistics.
Survivor Outreach Services is part of the Army Casualty Continuum of Care. It’s designed to provide long-term support to surviving Families of Fallen Soldiers. Their goal is to reassure Survivors that they remain valued members of the Army Family.
The Sustainable Range Program, is the Army's overall approach for improving the way in which it designs, manages, and uses its ranges. SRP's goal is to maximize capability, availability, and accessibility of ranges and training lands.
The Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) is a retirement savings and investment plan for Federal employees and members of the uniformed services, including the Ready Reserve. It was established by Congress in the Federal Employees’ Retirement System Act of 1986 and offers the same types of savings and tax benefits that many private corporations offer their employees under 401(k) plans. The program provides transition assistance services to eligible Soldiers with at least 180 or more continuous days of Title 10 active duty service, except for those in a training status. TAP helps all eligible transitioning Soldiers discover knowledge, skills, and resources necessary to be competitive and successful in the global workforce. TAP helps Soldiers make informed career decisions through counseling and employment assistance, building upon lessons learned in the Initial and Service phases of the Soldier Life Cycle.
The TRADOC Application Gateway (TAG) is a site to host and track mobile apps. The TAG offers both Public and restricted access to apps and iBooks. Mobile applications public and restricted appear on the TAG.
Army Transition Assistance Program (TAP) is a Commander’s Program and a Soldier’s responsibility.
Travel Risk Planing System is an online, survey-style risk-assessment tool that helps service members recognize and manage the risks they face while driving long distances. When a risk assessment is submitted, the designated supervisor receives an email informing him or her that there is a risk assessment to review.
The United States Army Trial Defense Service’s mission is to provide a full-range of defense legal services to Soldiers. These services include: Representing Soldiers charged with violations of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) at courts-martial and Article 32 pretrial investigations; Representing Soldiers during criminal investigations and before elimination or grade reduction boards; Counseling Soldiers regarding pretrial restraint, nonjudicial punishment (Article 15s), and various adverse administrative actions taken pursuant to military regulations.
TRICARE is the health care program for uniformed service members, retirees, and their families around the world. TRICARE provides comprehensive coverage to all beneficiaries, including: Health plans, Special programs, Prescriptions, Dental plans.
The TRICARE Overseas Program (TOP) is the DOD’s health care program for Active Duty Service Members, Active Duty Family Members, and other eligible beneficiaries in geographical areas and waters outside of the U.S. International SOS is proud to support the U.S. military and their families overseas, ensuring quality health care no matter where their work or travels take them.
Trusted End Node Security (TENS) creates a secure end node from trusted media on almost any Intel-based computer (PC or Mac). TENS boots a thin Linux operating system from removable media without mounting a local hard drive. Administrator privileges are not required; nothing is installed. TENS turns an untrusted system (such as a home computer) into a trusted network client. No trace of work activity or malware can be written to the local computer. Simply plug in your USB smart card reader to access CAC and PIV-restricted US government websites.
U.S. Armed Forces Legal Assistance (AFLASS) will locate all legal offices and their contact information on military posts.
The USACBRNS will design, acquire, and build the Army's future CBRN capability, and constantly improve it using the DOTMLPF process to ensure the Army is postured to Fight and Win in a CBRN Environment.
Unit Commander’s Finance Report (UCFR) is an extremely valuable management tool provided to unit commanders once a month. The report provides the unit commander a one-line rollup of a Soldier's monthly pay account status making it easier to review the Soldier's pay. All available documents in the battalion S-1 or the unit PAC should be used to verify data on the UCFR (e.g. unit rosters, AAA-162 Unit Personnel Accountability Report, (eMILPO), DA Form 4187s, AWOL files, Article15 files, etc.).
The United Services Military Apprenticeship Program (USMAP) is a formal military training program that provides U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, reserve and guard members the opportunity to improve their job skills and to achieve recognition for military service member equal to his/her civilian counterpart.
It’s the Department of Veteran's Affairs.
Visual Information Ordering Site is used to set up an appointment to have a DA Photo taken.
The Volunteer Management Information System (VMIS) assists the Army Volunteer Corps and Organization Point of Contact (OPOC) in managing these dedicated volunteers and allows volunteers a way track their hours, awards, trainings and certificates. Volunteers can apply for volunteer opportunities, record and track volunteer hours, and manage their volunteer service record.
The Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program (YRRP) is a Department of Defense-wide effort to promote the well-being of National Guard and Reserve members, their families and communities by connecting them with valuable resources.