Updating cei for navy reservists
For ships that don't maintain a secure Internet connection, NSIPS provides the ability to send and receive work items, updates and records to and from the main server.
NSIPS ensures Sailors' privacy by using the latest in Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption technology. In the first quarter of fiscal year '05, Sailors can use NSIPS self-service functions to verify their personal information in their Electronic Service Record (ESR).
Sailors will be able to update their own record for functions, such as mailing address, phone, emergency contact information, race and religion.
"Soon, Sailors will be able to view large parts of their service records using NSIPS," said Art Tate, NSIPS implementation manager at NSIPS Program Office located at the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command Information Technology Center in New Orleans, La.
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"Annual muster not only affords us the opportunity to collect required information, but also allows our full-time support and selected Reserves (SELRES) at the Navy Operational Support Centers to remind IRR members there are a lot of opportunities available to them through either more active IRR participation, affiliation with the SELRES, or volunteering to mobilize in support of the global war on terrorism," said Chief of Naval Personnel Vice Adm. Those Sailors who came on active duty after June 1, 1984, have a military service obligation of eight years.
Sailors who enlisted prior to that date have a military service obligation of six years.
Members on orders of 180-365 days will receive 55% of the maximum locality rate.
The Navy will no longer issue TDY orders for greater than 365 days; however, supported commands will be able to request extensions of up to 90 days to prevent gapped billets.