Monday, February 14, 2022

S1NET Message Summary - 14 Feb 22

1. NCO EVALUATION BOARD LPD SLIDES (AS OF 7 FEB 22). From the DA Secretariat SGM: Here are the most recent Leader Professional Development slides on the NCO Evaluation Board process. This is the slide deck I use to brief the process to the field. I hope this gives clarity on how we conduct the NCO Evaluation Boards. 2. AGS HR CREDENTIALING PROGRAM SPRING 2022- OPEN ENROLLMENT (15 FEB - 1 APR 22). The Adjutant General School (AGS) is pleased to announce open enrollment for the AG School Credentialing Program, spring 2022 iteration. Qualified CMF 42 Soldiers, from all components, may apply for this opportunity to participate in the credentialing program. The program is being expanded to include a wider range of credentials that can positively affect AG Soldiers during their lifecycle. Deadline to apply is 1 April 2022. 3. 2022 NATIONAL AG BALL LOGO DESIGN CONTEST. Calling all HR Professionals. The AG National Ball Committee is seeking creative design ideas for the 2022 AG Week and AG Ball logo with the theme: “All Things People.” The logo or symbol will be used throughout AG Week and at the AG Ball at Fort Jackson, SC in June.  The submission deadline is 1 March 2022.  Send your best logo design to: 4. FRAGMENTARY ORDER 007 (UPDATED GUIDANCE) TO OPORDER 21-075 USARC MANDATORY CVP. Some key points in this FRAGORD:      a. Effective immediately, the United States Army Reserve Command (USARC) executes mandatory immunization of Army Reserve Soldiers with COVID-19 vaccines in order to reduce the component’s COVID-19 risk, increase force health protection posture and readiness, and achieve 95% vaccination of all Army Reserve Soldiers NLT 01 JAN 2022 and 99.5% vaccination of all Army Reserve Soldiers NLT 01 MAR 2022. The US Army Reserve will be 100% complete with vaccinations by 30 JUN 2022.      b. All USAR Soldiers that have not received their first dose of COVID-19 and have not submitted a medical, administrative, or religious exemption (NLT the last day of the Soldier’s January 2022 Battle Assembly) will be flagged and GOMOR initiated within thirty days following the Jan 2022 Battle Assembly. Additionally, any Soldier with an exemption that was disapproved by the appropriate authority and not received their first dose within 30 days of notification of disapproval, will be flagged and GOMOR initiated by their Commander.      c. Effective immediately and IAW the requirements and procedures in annexes Z and AA, commanders will begin mandatory initiation of separation or disenrollment proceedings for all Soldiers of the Regular Army, and Soldiers of the Army National Guard of the United States and the U.S. Army Reserve when those Soldiers are serving on active duty for more than 30 days pursuant to title 10 U.S. code and Cadets at the United States Military Academy (USMA), Senior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (SROTC) cadets, and cadet candidates at the United States Military Academy Preparatory School (USMAPS) who have refused the lawful order to receive the COVID-19 vaccine and who do not have an approved exemption or a pending exemption request or appeal. 5. IPPS-A ITEMS:      a. IPPS-A AUDIT / INTERNAL CONTROLS: PART 1 INTRO – 28 FEB 2022. Attached is the CONOP for Part 1 of the Release 3 IPPS-A, Audit / Internal Controls series. During this session, the team will provide an introduction to audit/internal controls and a deep dive into several IPPS-A audit reports.      b. IPPS-A ROLES AND PERMISSIONS: PART 3 – 22 FEB 2022. Attached is the CONOP for Part 3 of the IPPS-A Release 3 roles and permission series. During this session, the Team will provide an overview of the access request verification checks, Validator audit reports, access re-certification, and security sustainment.      c. IPPS-A WEBINAR SERIES: BROWNOUT/CUTOVER TANS AND UNIT PREP. On 19 JAN 2022, the IPPS-A Team executed a webinar on Brownout /Cutover Task and Unit Prep. During this session, the IPPS-A FMD Deployment Team shared information about how brownout affects the HR community, overview of cutover task, and set expectations for various S-1 level pre-go live prep activities. 6. WHY CAN’T I UPDATE MY RANK IN TOUR OF DUTY (TOD)? From the Army G3/5/7: When TOD moved to a new server in Dec 2020, some functionality was lost. The ability to update your rank by clicking the silhouette (updating profile) was disabled in the transition. It will appear to have saved your change, but the database does not get updated. That is one reason it is important to keep your resume updated. You can update your rank and other personal information by clicking Find Jobs tab and clicking Post Resume Online button. 7. ADAPTING DURING THE PANDEMIC. From the Army Recovery Care Program: FORT CAMPBELL SRU GIVES SOLDIERS A THERAPETIC CHALLENGE THROUGH FLY FISHING. The Fort Campbell Soldier Recovery Unit (SRU) in Kentucky is giving Soldiers a fun but challenging activity in the form of fly fishing classes — and it’s having a big effect. The programs at Fort Campbell are always evolving, and despite the changing seasons, the Soldiers create something from start to finish that symbolizes the process of their recovery. Visit the following link for more information. 8. TAGD DATA CORRECTNESS JANUARY 2022 RECOGNITION ROLL. HRC, The Adjutant General Directorate (TAGD), Field Services Division (FSD) leads the holistic transformation of the Army HR community through IPPS-A fielding, military pay migration, data management, and governance. FSD continues to support the Data Correction Strategy in support of IPPS-A.  This month, we highlight the top five organizations (with population over 9,000) who achieved less than 1.05% eMILPO error rate.  These G-1 and S-1 Teams continue to demonstrate their amazing commitment to data accuracy while taking care of Soldiers' records and the daily mission: US Army Recruiting Command, 7th Infantry Division, 101st Airborne Division (AASLT), 1st Armored Division and US Army Alaska.  And the #1 Division Overall is 7th Infantry Division.  Furthermore, congratulations to 2nd and 6th Recruiting Brigade, 1st ID Sustainment Brigade and the additional 48 units for achieving a 0% eMILPO error rate. 9. AC FLAG SNAPSHOT - JANUARY 2022. HRC can provide a drill down, by unit, installation and individual at the request of COL Commanders and above. 10. BRANCH/COMMAND ITEMS.      a. 63RD READINESS DIVISION'S VIRTUAL PRE-RETIREMENT TRAINING (VPRT). WHO: Service Members with at least 10 years of Service; WHEN: 26 February 2022, 0900 - 1430 hours Pacific Standard Time (PST); WHERE: Virtual (Online); WHY: To provide Virtual Pre-Retirement Training for Soldiers and their Families to enable each attendee to make informed career/retirement. 11. Recently published DOD and Army Directives (AD) and All Army Activity (ALARACT) messages. None. New ALARACTs and ADs are also posted on APD at the following link. 12. Recently published Military Personnel (MILPER) messages and Military Pay E-Messages.  All MILPER messages are available on the HRC MILPER web page at All Military Pay E-Messages are available on milBook at      a. MILPER MESSAGE 22-053, AGR OFFICER PROMOTION NUMBERS FOR MARCH 2022, ISSUED: [2/11/2022 8:58:21 AM].      b. MILPER MESSAGE 22-054, FY22 & FY23 MILITARY GOVERNMENT SPECIALIST (38G) PANEL ANNOUNCEMENTS (ARMY RESERVES), ISSUED: [2/11/2022 3:21:20 PM]. Contained within this message are the eligibility and application requirements, selection procedures, and other general information of the 38G Military Government Specialist Area of Concentration (AOC). Personnel desiring an appointment in the 38G AOC must first apply to a Civil Affairs Proponent Qualification Panel. 13. FORSCOM WIAS POSITIONS (UPDATED A/O 7 FEB 22). Hot openings listed at the following link.         14. ARNG/USAR POSITIONS/JOBS AVAILABLE.  S1NET members have posted the following RC position/job vacancy information.  For a listing of all USAR primary vacancies (updated weekly) visit Units/commands who wish to post vacancies on S1NET may do so by following the instructions posted on the front page of the Job Announcements topic at the following link. Those posts which are in the correct location and which are posted in accordance with the instructions provided will be included in a future S1NET Message Summary.      a. USAREUR-AF G1 ADOS, HR PLANNING AND OPERATIONS OFFICER, 42B, 1LT/CPT, WIESBADEN, GERMANY.      b. 365TH CSSB TPU, 1LTS/CPTS/90A00, COMMANDERS VACANCY LIST, LA AND MS.      c. 2/104TH AVIATION M-DAY NATIONWIDE FIRST SERGEANT ANNOUNCEMENT, WVARNG, MOS 68W, WILLIAMSTOWN, WV.      d. M-DAY COMMAND SERGEANT MAJOR NATIONWIDE ANNOUNCEMENT 2-19TH SFG, KENOVA, WV.      e. OFFICE OF THE CHAIRMAN OF THE JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF - TPU OPPORTUNITIES, NCOS (SSG-MSG) AND OFFICERS (MAJ-COL) WITH A VARIETY MILITARY AND CIVILIAN BACKGROUNDS.      f. 4TH BN 323D REGT, BCT DRILL SERGEANT TRAINING UNIT, TPU, MULTIPLE LOCATIONS, CO / XO /1SG VACANCIES.      g. NGB-J3 COMMUNICATIONS NCO (E6/7), ARLINGTON, VA T10 ADOS POSITION.      h. 19TH SPECIAL FORCES GROUP (AIRBORNE), MDAY, TWO COMMAND VACANCIES O6 AND O4, BLUFFDALE, UT.      i. UTARNG OPERATIONS/PLANS OFFICER, 18A/CPT, 19TH SF GROUP, DRAPER, UT.      j. 100TH TRAINING DIVISION (LD), TPU POSITIONS, MULTIPLE VACANCIES, ENL/ OFF, INCLUDING, AIDE-DE-CAMP, LTC G-1, LTC G-4, LTC G-8, LTC IR, LTC IG AND LTC G-8, FT KNOX, KY.      k. TPU UNIT COMMANDER VACANCY, HHC 395TH CSSB, MIDDLETOWN, CT.


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