Chief of Naval Personnel Story Archive
Navy announced the renaming of the ship's serviceman (SH) rating to retail services specialist (RS) in NAVADMIN 226/19, released Sept. 30.
Navy announced improvements to the Transition Assistance Program (TAP) in NAVADMIN 223/19, released Sept. 30.
Navy announced the re-establishment of the Torpedoman's Mate rating (TM) in NAVADMIN 225/19, released Sept. 30.
Navy announced a new approach and an expansion of the Operational Stress Control program that prioritizes the mental and physical well-being of Sailors in NAVADMIN 222/19, released Sept. 30, 2019.
Navy announced the establishment of the Naval Special Warfare Unrestricted Line Officer Acquisition Corps and Major Program Manager career path in NAVADMIN 214/19, Sept.16.
The Navy has added the ability to electronically prepare, sign and submit a permanent change of station (PCS) travel voucher within MyPCS Mobile.
Navy announced Cmdr. Patrick O'Loughlin of U.S. Fleet Forces Command and Cmdr. Carl Trask of Pacific Fleet Command as recipients of the 2019 Vice Admiral James Bond Stockdale Leadership Award in NAVADMIN 208/19, Sept. 9.
The Chief of Naval Personnel is seeking nominations for the fiscal year 2019 Human Resources Junior Officer of the Year (JOOY) Award.
Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson visited Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University to deliver opening remarks at the Navy Primary Prevention and Human Factors Advanced Professional Development Training Summit in Daytona Beach, Fla., Aug. 19.
The Navy announced a series of forthcoming administrative changes meant to foster a culture of excellence and assist the service achieve best-ever performance in NAVADMIN 188/19, released Aug. 9.
The Navy announced an overhaul to its approach to enlisted leadership training, transitioning to junior Sailor development courses that focus on building character, Aug. 7, in NAVADMIN 185/19.
Department of the Navy continues to direct Sailors and Marines not to use hemp-derived products in ALNAV 057/19.
Navy announced the expansion of options and capabilities offered to further improve the Permanent Change of Station move experience for Sailors and their families.
The Navy will begin implementing the Department of Defense's (DoD) Catch a Serial Offender (CATCH) program as a means to identify serial sexual assault offenders. Participation in the CATCH program is voluntary.
The Navy announced changes to the 2019 Meritorious Advancement Program (MAP) Season Two, in NAVADMIN 176/19, outlining the shift to an automation of the MAP process within Navy Standard Integrated Personnel System (NSIPS).