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Yes, only if it is cost effective or there is a cost savings to the government over the government preferred mode of travel (commercial air).  You will need to complete a Cost Comparison Worksheet that shows the cost savings to the government and submit to your Career Manager (CM).  You may not be authorized to request reimbursement for expenses or travel compensatory time for days that exceed the amount (one day) that would be necessary to travel by government preferred mode of travel. If you are traveling under 400 miles (one way), a Cost Comparison Sheet is not required.

See Appendix G “NACC Funded Travel Procedures” of the NADP Operating Guide.

  

Follow the steps below to access a previously generated SF 182 funding document:

1. Login to the eDACM website by first navigating to the following URL: https://www.atrrs.army.mil/channels/navyedacm/Public/DODConsentForm.htm

2. Click ‘I Agree’ on the DOD Privacy and Security Notice Screen.

3. Click ‘Log In With CAC’, select your non-email certificate, and then click ‘OK’.

4. Once your ‘Dashboard’ screen appears, locate the ‘Manage Career’ menu heading and hover over it to reveal the ‘Manage Career’ menu.

5. When the ‘Manage Career’ menu appears hover over the ‘Tuition Assistance’ option to reveal the ‘Tuition Assistance’ menu to the right and select the ‘Manage EDP’ option.

6. When the ‘AWTAP Status/Edit EDP’ screen appears, select ‘Prepare/Review Funding Request’.

7. When the ‘Prepare/Review Funding Request’ screen appears, click ‘Print PDF’ to display your SF-182 in Adobe Acrobat. Once the document loads, you can print the SF-182, or save it to your computer.

  

​1) Login to the eDACM website by first navigating to the following URL: https://www.atrrs.army.mil/channels/navyedacm/Public/DODConsentForm.htm

2) Click ‘I Agree’ on the DOD Privacy And Security Notice Screen.

3) Click ‘Log In With CAC’, select your non-email certificate, and then click ‘OK’.

4) Once your ‘Dashboard’ screen appears, locate the ‘Manage Career’ menu heading and hover over it to reveal the ‘Manage Career’ menu.

5) When the ‘Manage Career’ menu appears hover over the ‘Certification’ option to reveal the ‘Certification’ menu to the right.

6) On the ‘Certification’ menu click ‘Certification History’

7) Once the ‘Certification History’ screen displays locate the ‘Primary Career Field’ or ‘Subsidiary Career Field’ towards the left side of the screen.

8) Click the career field name under ‘Primary Career Field’ or ‘Subsidiary Career Field’ to view that certificate.

9) The certificate will open as an Adobe PDF file; you can select to print the certificate, or save it to your computer.

  

​1) Login to the eDACM website by first navigating to the following URL: https://www.atrrs.army.mil/channels/navyedacm/Public/DODConsentForm.htm

2) Click ‘I Agree’ on the DOD Privacy and Security Notice Screen.

3) Click ‘Log In With CAC’, select your non-email certificate, and then click ‘OK’.

4) Once your ‘Dashboard’ screen appears, locate the ‘Manage Career’ menu heading and hover over it to reveal the ‘Manage Career’ menu.

5) When the ‘Manage Career’ menu appears hover over the ‘Acquisition Corps’ option to reveal the ‘Acquisition Corps’ menu to the right.

6) On the ‘Acquisition Corps’ menu click ‘Acquisition Corps History’.

7) Once the ‘Acquisition Corps History’ screen displays locate the ‘DAC Membership Certificates’ section in the lower left corner and click ‘View Certificate’.

8) The certificate will open as an Adobe PDF file; you can print the certificate, or save it to your computer

  

Follow the steps below to access ‘Register-Now! For Continuous Learning’ from the eDACM website

1) Login to the eDACM website by first navigating to the following URL: https://www.atrrs.army.mil/channels/navyedacm/Public/DODConsentForm.htm

2) Click ‘I Agree’ on the DOD Privacy and Security Notice Screen to Continue.

3) Click ‘Log In With CAC’, select your non-email certificate, and then click ‘OK’.

4) Once your ‘Dashboard’ screen appears, locate the ‘Manage Career’ menu heading and hover over it to reveal the ‘Manage Career’ menu and click ‘DON Continuous Learning’ and you will be redirected to the Register-Now Site.

5) Click ‘I Agree’ button on the DOD Privacy and Security Notice Screen to Continue.

6) Select the appropriate category in the drop-down menu directly below the ‘Please Sign in Below’ notification.

7) Click on the appropriate radio button under ‘Sign in Options’ to log in with your CAC or by using your SSN and Date of Birth.

8) Click ‘Sign In!’ button to complete the log in process.

Note : From the main Register-Now, locate the ‘Student Menu’, in the upper left hand of the screen; from her you can search and apply for CL events, request cancellation for a previously applied to class, as well as many other options, utilizing the menu along the left side of the screen.

  

Follow the steps below to access your DAWIA career field certificate:

1) Login to the eDACM website by first navigating to the following URL: https://www.atrrs.army.mil/channels/navyedacm/Public/DODConsentForm.htm

2) Click ‘I Agree’ on the DOD Privacy And Security Notice Screen.

3) Click ‘Log In With CAC’, select your non-email certificate, and then click ‘OK’.

4) Once your ‘Dashboard’ screen appears, locate the ‘Manage Career’ menu heading and hover over it to reveal the ‘Manage Career’ menu.

5) When the ‘Manage Career’ menu appears hover over the ‘Certification’ option to reveal the ‘Certification’ menu to the right.

6) On the ‘Certification’ menu click ‘Certification History’

7) Once the ‘Certification History’ screen displays locate the ‘Primary Career Field’ or ‘Subsidiary Career Field’ towards the left side of the screen.

8) Click the career field name under ‘Primary Career Field’ or ‘Subsidiary Career Field’ to view that certificate.

9) The certificate will open as an Adobe PDF file; you can select to print the certificate, or save it to your computer.

  

Follow the steps below to add continuous learning points:

1) Log in to the eDACM website by first navigating to the following URL: https://www.atrrs.army.mil/channels/navyedacm/Public/DODConsentForm.htm

2) Click ‘I Agree’ on the DOD Privacy and Security Notice Screen.

3) Click ‘Log In With CAC’, select your non-email certificate, and then click ‘OK’.

4) Once your ‘Dashboard’ screen appears, locate the ‘Manage Career’ menu heading and hover over it to reveal the ‘Manage Career’ menu.

5) When the ‘Manage Career’ menu appears select ‘DON Continuous Learning’ and you will be redirected to the Register-Now Site.

6) Click ‘I Agree’ on the DOD Privacy and Security Notice Screen.

7) Select the appropriate category in the drop-down menu directly below the ‘Please Sign In Below’ notification.

8) Click on the appropriate radio button under ‘Sign in Options’ to log in with your CAC or by using your SSN and Date of Birth.

9) Click ‘Sign In!’ to complete the log in process.

Note:: You should not request approval of points earned by attending events you registered for using Register-Now! or eDACM. This includes courses offered by the Defense Acquisition University (DAU) as well as college courses funded through the AWTAP. The points you earned in those events were approved during the registration process and are automatically added to your official records. Please reference Appendix N in the DAWIA operating guide for a list of creditable CL event types.

  

​All communication regarding the status of your application is automated and will come from the system.  You will receive communication from the system at four points in the application process: 1) Shortly after completing your application; 2) After the announcement closes and a qualifier has reviewed your application; 3) If determined as qualified, you will receive notification as to your referral status; and 4) If referred to a selecting official, you will be notified upon completion of the selection process.  You may log into Application Manager  at any time to see your current status for any applications submitted through that system.

  

Follow the steps below to edit your EDP course information in order to amend an SF-182

1. Login to the eDACM website by first navigating to the following URL: https://www.atrrs.army.mil/channels/navyedacm/Public/DODConsentForm.htm

2. Click ‘I Agree’ on the DOD Privacy and Security Notice Screen.

3. Click ‘Log In With CAC’, select your non-email certificate, and then click ‘OK’.

4. Once your ‘Dashboard’ screen appears, locate the ‘Manage Career’ menu heading and hover over it to reveal the ‘Manage Career’ menu.

5. When the ‘Manage Career’ menu appears hover over the ‘Tuition Assistance’ option to reveal the ‘Tuition Assistance’ menu to the right and select the ‘Manage EDP’ option.

6. When the ‘AWTAP Status/Edit EDP’ screen appears, select ‘Edit EDP Information’.

7. Click the radio button next to 'I want to add/delete a course or edit course information'.

8. Indicate 'No' for previously completed; Click 'Continue'.

9. Click on the 'Edit' link; you can change course start date/end date and/or course cost.

10. Click 'Save Course'.

11. Click 'confirm pending changes' on the ‘Edit EDP Courses’ screen to review a list of unconfirmed changes made to your EDP.

12. Select a specific change or all of the changes and click ‘Save Changes’ to finalize the revisions to your EDP. If you have previously requested funding for this course, this process will automatically submit an amended funding document to the Funding Technician for review/approval

  
Along with a rotation request form, please include a justification letter sent from the CFM toNACC_Career_Management@navy.mil. The justification must include the IDP competencies to be attained, the uniqueness of the assignment, and the projected benefit to the individual as well as the Homeport activity in the target position. Further guidance is available in Section 8.4.5 “Rotations Outside DON” of the NADP Operating Guide.
  

​1) Login to the eDACM website by first navigating to the following URL: https://www.atrrs.army.mil/channels/navyedacm/Public/DODConsentForm.htm

2) Click ‘I Agree’ on the DOD Privacy and Security Notice Screen.

3) Click ‘Log In With CAC’, select your non-email certificate, and then click ‘OK’.

4) Once your ‘Dashboard’ screen appears, locate the ‘Manage Career’ menu heading and hover over it to reveal the ‘Manage Career’ menu.

5) From the ‘Manage Career’ menu, hover over the ‘Certification’ option to reveal the ‘Certification’ menu to the right and select ‘Manage Certification Requests’.

6) When the ‘Manage Certification Requests’ page displays locate ‘Pending Certification Requests’ and click 'Add Certification Request'.

7) Select the appropriate radio button for Primary or Subsidiary under ‘Certification Type’ in the ‘Career Field Selection’ box.

8) Select the appropriate ‘Career Field’ from the drop down menu.

9) Select the appropriate ‘Certification Level Pursued’ from the drop down menu.

10) Click ‘Continue’ to submit the request and it will be routed to your supervisor for review/approval.

  
No. Performance Plans are for the documentation and assessment of your performance as a federal employee. DON Performance Appraisal Form and instructions are available in the Performance Plans section of our website. IDPs are specific to your training and development requirements while in the NADP. Please ensure that you always use the most current MDPs/IDPs and IDP Summaries that are available in the Development Plans section of our website.
  
  

Follow the steps below if you are having CAC login issues.

1) You will have to ensure you new certificate has been "published"

a. Open your Internet Explorer Browser

b. With your mouse locate and click on 'tools'; then select ‘Internet Options’

The internet options box will display

c. Click on the 'Content' tab; click on 'Certificates';

Note: Ensure your new certificate is displayed under the 'Personal' tab; if it isn't, you will need to import your new certificate.

2) Clear your Internet Cache

a. Open your Internet Explorer Browser;

b. Go to 'tools'

c. Select 'Internet Options'

d. Click on 'Delete' under Browsing History

If you require assistance with this, please contact your local system administrator or technical POC (i.e. NMCI).

3) Next, ensure that your CAC has the same email address that is indicated in your eDACM Profile; then ensure that your new certificates have been published to the GAL. For instructions, see the following link:

https://www.homeport.navy.mil/support/articles/publish-pki-certificates-2002/

If none of the above allows you to successfully access eDACM, please contact your IT Support Personnel for further assistance.

  

​1) Access the following URL https://www.atrrs.army.mil/ for the main ATRRS website.

2) Locate the ‘Support’ menu heading towards the upper right corner of the screen an hover over it to reveal the ‘Support’ menu.

3) When the ‘Support’ menu appears drop down to and select the ‘CAC Card Testing’ option.

4) Select your non-email certificate when the ‘Choose a digital certificate’ dialog box appears and then click ‘OK’.

5) When the system finishes processing your request, you should see a screen that states:

Congratulations, your CaC has been validated.

6) If you do not receive the message above this indicates a problem with your CAC and you will need to contact the proper individuals to obtain a new CAC or update your existing CAC.

  

​No, applications are only accepted online for vacancy announcements.  Any applications received at the NACC will not be accepted for applying to open announcements and will not be returned.

  

Section 8.4.5 "Rotations Outside DON" of the NADP Operating Guide states rotational assignments outside the DON are extremely rare and will only be considered when the training is not readily available within DON. There are sufficient rotations that can provide optimal learning experiences within the DON which we prefer you to pursue. If your CFM feels a rotation outside the DON is the best rotation for your career development, as further stated in the aforementioned Section of the NADP Operating Guide, your CFM will need to identify the specific IDP competencies to be attained, the uniqueness of the assignment, and the projected benefit to you as well as the homeport activity in the target position.

Note: Provide contact information (full name, telephone number and email address) for your rotational CFM on rotation requests.

The NADP Operating Guide is available in the Policy & Gudiance section of our website.
  

Yes, however due to the many variables employees should contact your NACC CM or ACM for guidance as these are handled on a case-by-case basis.

  

Follow the steps below to access the continuous learning event evaluation form

1) Login to the eDACM website by first navigating to the following URL: https://www.atrrs.army.mil/channels/navyedacm/Public/DODConsentForm.htm

2) Click ‘I Agree’ on the DOD Privacy and Security Notice Screen To Continue.

3) Click ‘Log In With CAC’, select your non-email certificate, and then click ‘OK’.

4) Once your ‘Dashboard’ screen appears, locate the ‘Manage Career’ menu heading and hover over it to reveal the ‘Manage Career’ menu; click ‘DON Continuous Learning’ and you will be redirected to the Register-Now Site.

5) Click the ‘I Agree’ button on the DOD Privacy and Security Notice Screen to Continue.

6) Select the appropriate category in the drop-down menu directly below the ‘Please Sign in Below’ notification.

7) Click on the appropriate radio button under ‘Sign In Options’ to log in with your CAC or by using your SSN and Date Of Birth; Click the ‘Sign In!’ button to complete the log in process.

8) Click on ‘Event Evaluations’ in the upper left corner of the page under ‘Student Menu’.

9) You should see 'Pending Evaluations' for the event(s) you attended.

10) Click the Course Name to access the event evaluation form.

11) Fill out the evaluation form and click 'Submit'.

  

​1) Access the DAU homepage at this URL: http://www.dau.mil/default.aspx.

2) Locate 'Apply for a Course' in the middle of the page and click ‘International Students’ in the list under it.

3) On the next screen under 'Non-DOD Organizations' click ‘International Students email Student Services’ which will provide further instructions for registering for DAU training.

Note: Only direct hire foreign nationals in the 1102 and 1105 job series will be granted access to eDACM for the purpose of DAU course registrations

  
  

Yes, you must depart on a Monday for your rotational assignment.  The Naval Acquisition Career Center (NACC) will not incur expenses or authorize you to earn travel compensatory time for Sunday travel.  If you have any further questions, contact your NACC Career Manager or Assistant Career Manager.

Please see Section 8.4 Rotational Assignments of the NADP Operating Guide.

  
1. Login to the eDACM website by first navigating to the following URL:

https://www.atrrs.army.mil/channels/navyedacm/Public/DODConsentForm.htm

2. Click ‘I Agree’ on the DOD Privacy and Security Notice Screen.

3. Click ‘Log In With CAC’, select your non-email certificate, and then click ‘OK’.

4. Once your ‘Dashboard’ screen appears, locate the ‘Manage Career’ menu heading and hover over it to reveal the ‘Manage Career’ menu.

5. When the ‘Manage Career’ menu appears hover over the ‘Experience’ option to reveal the ‘Experience’ menu to the right and select the ‘Manage Experience Requests’ option.

6. When the ‘Manage Experience Requests’ screen appears, click ‘Add Non-DON Experience’ and complete the form with the information requested.

7. Click the radio button next to the phrase ‘I am attaching supporting documentation to this request’ then click ‘Browse’ to navigate the folders on your computer and select the proper document.

8. Enter desired remarks in the ‘Remarks’ box and click ‘Save Complete Request’.

Note: The above referenced screens on eDACM indicate that this information is submitted for approval. This is not the case though. If the experience documented here is to be utilized towards career field certification, DAC membership, etc., the experience documentation will still need to be forwarded to your supervisor and DAWIA training POC for manual review when processing the certification/DAC membership requests. Even if approved for those purposes, this experience will not be added into the months experience reflected on your eDACM Dashboard screen.
  
Your CFM should be guiding you and assisting you in this process.  Once you have identified a rotational CFM and a command you would complete either the Rotation Request Form which is available on our website or the external rotation page from your long version MDP, complete it to include rotation command and location, dates of the rotational assignment, description, competencies gained, rotational CFM's name, email address and telephone number.  Ensure that both your homeport CFM and your rotational CFM sign the form. 
  

You can stay wherever you want and in whatever commercial lodging facility you choose.  However, you will only receive lodging per diem entitlements for actual lodging costs up to but not exceeding the per diem rate of the area in which you are performing your rotation.  Lodging facilities that include third party booking i.e. AirBNB or private landlords are prohibited. You will need to provide copies of your lodging receipts and a signed lease/agreement.

Please see Appendix G “NACC Funded Travel Procedures” of the NADP Operating Guide.

  

Follow the steps below to edit your EDP course information

1. Login to the eDACM website by first navigating to the following URL: https://www.atrrs.army.mil/channels/navyedacm/Public/DODConsentForm.htm

2. Click ‘I Agree’ on the DOD Privacy and Security Notice Screen.

3. Click ‘Log In With CAC’, select your non-email certificate, and then click ‘OK’

4. Once your ‘Dashboard’ screen appears, locate the ‘Manage Career’ menu heading and hover over it to reveal the ‘Manage Career’ menu.

5. When the ‘Manage Career’ menu appears hover over the ‘Tuition Assistance’ option to reveal the ‘Tuition Assistance’ menu to the right and select the ‘Manage EDP’ option.

6. When the ‘AWTAP Status/Edit EDP’ screen appears, select ‘Edit EDP Information’.

7. Click the radio button next to 'I want to add/delete a course or edit course information'.

8. Indicate 'No' for previously completed; Click 'Continue'.

9. Click on the 'Edit' link; you can change course start date/end date and/or course cost.

10. Click 'Save Course'.

11. Click 'confirm pending changes' on the ‘Edit EDP Courses’ screen to review a list of unconfirmed changes made to your EDP.

12. Select a specific change or all of the changes and click ‘Save Changes’ to finalize the revisions to your EDP.

13. Your EDP will revert to a 'registrar pending' status. If an SF-182 was already generated, an amendment will be generated for the Funding Technician's review/approval. Upon approval, go into your EDP to verify all changes have been processed.

  
Go to the “Digital Signature” page at the end.  There is a routing drop down box.  To ensure your orders are routed to the NACC, ensure that Naval Acquisition Development Program (NADP) is selected.
  
All payments (scheduled partial and final) are disbursed to both your personal account that is registered in the Defense Travel System (DTS) and to your government travel credit card based on the reimbursements selected on your authorization.  (Expenses that are personal reimbursement will be sent to your personal account; expenses that are GOVCC/GTCC Individual reimbursement will be sent to your government travel credit card account).
  

Your CFM should be guiding you and assisting you in this process. Once you have identified a rotational CFM and a command you would complete the Rotation Request Form which is available on our website., Ensure that you complete the form in its entirety to include the rotation command and location, dates of the rotational assignment, competencies gained, rotational CFM's name, email address and telephone number. Ensure that both your homeport CFM and your rotational CFM sign the form.

Guidance for rotational assignments is available in Section 8.4 “Rotational Assignments" and Appendix G “NACC Funded Travel Procedures” of the NADP Operating Guide which is available in the Policy & Guidance section of our website. Guidance is also provided in the Rotations and Travel sections of our website.

  

​NADP (entry level & associate) vacancies will be posted through the Office of Personnel Management's (OPM) USAJOBS website .  Positions can be found by going to the website, clicking on the "search jobs" button, and performing a keyword search for "Naval Acquisition Development Program".  All currently open announcements will appear.  To apply, simply click on the position in which you are interested and follow the application instructions.  If the search results state "No results matched the query", then there are currently no open announcements.  Potential applicants are encouraged to check USAJOBS periodically as announcements are placed there on an infrequent basis and may only be open for a short period of time.

Positions will be filled through OPM's USA Staffing Tool, Application Manager.

To apply, log into Application Manager , create an account or log in to your existing Application Manager account.  You cannot apply without creating or using an existing account.  Under "Start a new application", enter the Vacancy Identification Number from the announcement or recruiting flyer.  Follow the on-line application instructions and be sure to upload your resume, all transcripts and veteran's documentation sufficient to determine your qualifications and veteran's preference.  The preferred method to submit the required application materials is through the "upload process" although fax submissions will also be accepted.

  
After logging into the eDACM system, navigate to “Manage Career” >> “Certification” >> “Manage Certification Requests” and then click the “Add Certification Request” button and follow the prompts to complete  the process. Please see the "Applying for Certification" instructions available in the eDACM and How To” Guides sections of our website.
  

​You will need to coordinate this with your local/host command.  Please ask your supervisor or Career Field Manager for guidance regarding your host command’s procedure.

Please see Section 3.4.1 “Homeport CFM” of the NADP Operating Guide.

  

If there is a fee associated with a course, you will need to submit an SF182, the course description and fee information to the NACC. You must also provide any estimated travel costs. All training requests must be submitted to the NACC_Career_Management@navy.mil  at least 60 days before the training start date. This timeframe is set so that NACC can process the request and ensure funding for the request is in place. When submitting an SF182 to NACC for funding, please ensure that only Section D 1a-e on page 2 is completed.
All other sections on page 2 are for NACC staff.  Also note that the SSN, DOB, home address and home phone number should be left blank.


Guidance for NACC funding of training courses is available in Section 8.3.4 "Application Process" of the NADP Operating Guide which is available in the Policy & Guidance section of our website. Guidance is also provided in the Training and Travel sections of our website.
  
Once you have received your Common Access Card (CAC) which can take up to three (3) weeks, you will need to complete Government Credit Card training and immediately apply for your Government Credit Card through your homeport Commands Agency Program Coordinator. Please see your local supervisor or Career Field Manager for more information to ensure completion.  You must obtain and upload your GOVCC/GTCC information into your DTS profile in order to start your authorization.
  

​Email is the primary vehicle for communication to the work force.  Information is also posted to the NACC Bulletin Board. Employees are required to check the bulletin board regularly for new messages and items requiring action.

  

​Until the position(s) you have applied for is filled.

  
Follow the steps below to submit an eDACM 'Request for Access' form
  1. Access the eDACM website by first navigating to the following URL: https://www.atrrs.army.mil/channels/navyedacm/Public/DODConsentForm.htm.
  2. Click the 'I Agree' button on the DOD Privacy and Security Notice Screen to Continue.
  3. Click the 'Log In With CAC' button. If the user is not found in the system a screen will display stating:
    You are not an authorized eDACM user.
    To access eDACM, please submit a Request for Access.
  4. Click the 'Request for Access' link to open the web based access request form.
  5. Fill out all of the required information on the form, including a justification for requesting access.
    Note: For active duty and military reserve members, the Pay Plan and Grade boxes on the form split your rank into two fields. Example: An E-7 GYSGT would select the letter 'E' for Pay Plan and the number '07' for Grade. An O-3 LT would select the letter 'O' for Pay Plan and the number '03' for Grade, etc.
  6. Click the 'Submit Request For Access' button at the bottom of the screen when complete.
  7. If the form submits successfully, you will receive a system generated email notification indicating that the form has been submitted. After processing the form, you will again be notified via system generated email as to the status of your request, ie. Approved or denied.
  8. Upon receiving the notification email that your request has been approved, you will be able to log in to eDACM and complete your profile information.
  

1) Login to the eDACM website by first navigating to the following URL: https://www.atrrs.army.mil/channels/navyedacm/Public/DODConsentForm.htm .

2) Click ‘I Agree’ on the DOD Privacy and Security Notice Screen.

3) Click ‘Log In With CAC’, select your non-email certificate, and then click ‘OK’.

4) Once your ‘Dashboard’ screen appears, locate the ‘My DAWIA Status’ menu heading and hover over it to reveal the ‘My DAWIA Status’ menu and select the ‘My Profile’ option.

5) Once the ‘My Profile’ screen appears, complete all required fields with red text labels in the following sections:
a. User Information
b. Position Information
c. Under Supervisor Information

6) Once all fields are populated, click ‘Update Information’ at the bottom of the screen.

Note: All required fields on your profile must be complete in order to proceed to any other areas within the eDACM system. If you are unable to locate your Supervisor in the system, then your supervisor does not have a profile established in eDACM. He/She will need to submit a request for access.

  

​Please see the “ Welcome Aboard Information ” section of our website as provided in your Welcome Aboard email.  This section provides a link to the SLDCADA information document.  All new employees must remain on an 8 hour work schedule for their first pay period.  SLDCADA is defaulted for this 8 hour work schedule so there is no need for you to submit a timecard to the NACC.  After the first pay period and if the Host command allows it, employees may change to an Alternate Work Schedule (AWS).

  

Employment Verification is available on MyBiz.  Login into DCPDS , select “MyBiz”, select “Employment Verification”.  You have two options of Employment Verification one that is “Employment Information”; or one that is “Employment and Salary Information”.

  

​As an Acquisition Workforce Member, you are eligible to apply for AWTAP or Acquisition Workforce Tuition Assistance Program to pursue a DAWIA enhancing degree or certification program.  Please refer to the AWTAP Standard Operating Procedures, which can be found on the eDACM site by holding your mouse over “Manage Career”, moving over to “Tuition Assistance” then selecting “Guidance and Documents”. You can also read Chapter 17 of the DAWIA Operating Guide.

Please note that AWTAP will only pay for one degree or certificate program.  If you have any further questions regarding AWTAP, please contact the AWTAP Manager.

  

​Any questions dealing specifically with the Vacancy Announcement or application procedures should be directed to NACC Recruiting.

  

​You will need to provide your Career Services Representative with copies of two (2) legal/official documents that reflect your new name (Social Security Card, Driver's License, Marriage Certificate, Divorce Decree, etc.).  Do not send original documents.

See Section See Section 5.2.4 “Name Changes” of the NADP Operating Guide.

 

  

​All problems with program/software operations should be directed to Application Manager Help Desk.

  

My Biz (https://compop.dcpds.cpms.osd.mil/) Select "Navy Region", "My Biz" the "Update My Information"
Benefits Line (TSP): 888-320-2917
NFAAS: nfaas@spawar.navy.mil
NACC Payroll Technician: Send an updated W-4.
GOVCC - your government travel credit card.
DTS
eDACM
DEERS (https://pki.dmdc.osd.mil/appj/address/beneficiary/verifyAddress.do)
myPay (https://mypay.dfas.mil/mypay.aspx)

  

You can either withdraw the cash using your Government Travel Credit Card or you can withdraw the money from your personal account.  If you chose to withdraw the money using your GOVCC/GTCC, please ensure that you reflect that your disbursement for lodging is sent to your GOVCC/GTCC.  If you need assistance with this or any other DTS/travel related issue, please contact your Career Service Representative. The GOVCC/GTCC should not be billed until official travel date.

See Appendix G “NACC Funded Travel Procedures of the NADP Operating Guide.

  

​The subject employee must be a GS-9 or higher. The employee must have already received their Final Secret security clearance from the Department of the Navy Combined Adjudication Facility (DONCAF). The Homeport Command assumes all responsibility for actions and costs in submitting the Single Scope Background Investigation (SSBI) and subsequent documentation of the Top Secret security clearance if granted by DONCAF. 

Please contact the appropriate Career Manager for questions and see Appendix K of the NADP Operating Guide .

  

Yes, but please keep in mind that the longer it takes for you to complete and submit your voucher, the longer it will be before you receive your reimbursement, and for payment to be sent to your government travel credit card and personal account.

  
Please see section 8.4 "Rotational Assignments" of the NADP Operating Guide which provides guidance, timelines and the required documentation to be provided for any rotation. Section 8.4.6 "OCONUS Rotations", provides specific guidance and required information for OCONUS rotations. All of the required documents must be submitted prior to your OCONUS rotation being endorsed by the NACC.
  

​Information on faxing documents as well as printing out the fax cover page can be found in Documents Upload area of the Application Manager.  To go to the documents upload area, login to Application Manager , click on the application you want to upload from the "My Application Packages" section, open the "details" tab, click on the "add documents" button in the Documents area.  Directions for faxing as well as the fax cover page can be found on this page.

  

​When an employee’s duty location is closed during an event, they should follow the directions of their local installation. If the based is closed and employees are on administrative leave, employees will annotate administrative leave (LN) in SLDCADA. This time will be charged to NACC and not the local Command.

  
That is not correct.  Your host command is responsible for creating your DTS account.  You should contact your Lead Defense Travel Administrator (LDTA).  If your LDTA has issues or questions creating your DTS account please have them contact the NACC’s LDTA.
  

Follow the steps below to determine CL point value of a DAU course or module

1) Access the DAU homepage at this URL: http://www.dau.mil/default.aspx

2) Click ‘iCatalog’ in the row of buttons along the top of the screen.

For DAU Web and Resident Course Offerings:

3) When the ‘iCatalog’ screen appears, locate and click the ‘Training Courses’ button near the center of the screen.

4) When the ‘Training Courses and Schedules’ screen appears, click the tab corresponding to the first 3 letters of the course you are looking for, ie. ACQ, BCF, etc.

5) When the course listings appear, locate the course in the table and find the ‘CLPs’ column for that course. This box will contain the number of CL points awarded upon completion of the course.

For DAU Continuous Learning Modules:

6) When the ‘iCatalog’ screen appears, locate and click the ‘Continuous Learning’ button near the center of the screen.

7) When the ‘Continuous Learning Modules’ screen appears, click the tab corresponding to the first 3 letters of the course you are looking for, ie. CLC, CLG, HBS, etc.

8) When the course listings appear, locate the course in the table and find the ‘CLPs’ column for that course. This box will contain the number of CL points awarded upon completion of the course.

  

eDACM was developed for Internet Explorer 7 (IE 7). When a user accesses eDACM with IE 8 or IE 9, there is an issue which causes the user to get stuck in a loop. The browser continually returns the user to the same screen after clicking ‘Log In With CAC’. However, IE 8 and 9 include a ‘Compatibility View’ feature which allows the browser to behave like the earlier version, and function properly.

Follow these steps to enable the Compatibility View in Internet Explorer

1) Open the website that is not displayed correctly or that does not work correctly in Internet Explorer 8 or in Internet Explorer 9.

2) Click the Compatibility View button that is located directly to the right side of the address bar next to the Refresh button, shown in the image below.

Or on the Tools menu click to select the option Compatibility View. If the Tools menu is not displayed, press ALT to display the Tools menu.

Note: If the Compatibility View button does not appear on the right side of the address bar, or if the command is not available under the Tools menu, you cannot use this method and may be experiencing a different issue. If you are using a computer in an enterprise environment, contact your administrator or the help desk.

  
Your information in eDACM is updated by an automatic data feed from the Defense Civilian Personnel Data System (DCPDS).  This update occurs around the middle of the month following the month when the action was processed in DCPDS.  It is possible for this update to take 30-45 days following your start date.

 

 
  

​Transfers are not commonplace and generally not approved.  In rare cases, transfers are considered when there is a documented hardship or when mission requirements require the transfer.  Each request is reviewed on a case-by-case basis.

Guidance for transfers is available in the NADP Operating Guide , please see Section 5.3.9 Transfers.

 

  

​Promotions are always effective on the first Sunday of a pay period. You will not see the promotion SF-50 in MyBiz until about the second Wednesday of the pay period.  TWMS is updated by a data upload from DCPDS so there is approximately a two (2) week delay for that information to be updated.  You will not see the pay increase on your Leave and Earnings Statement (LES) until the following pay period.

  

​1) Login to the eDACM website by first navigating to the following URL: https://www.atrrs.army.mil/channels/navyedacm/Public/DODConsentForm.htm

2) Click ‘I Agree’ on the DOD Privacy and Security Notice Screen.

3) Click ‘Log In With CAC’, select your non-email certificate, and then click ‘OK’.

4) Once your ‘Dashboard’ screen appears, locate the ‘Manage Career’ menu heading and hover over it to reveal the ‘Manage Career’ menu.

5) When the ‘Manage Career’ menu appears hover over the ‘Training’ option to reveal the ‘Training’ menu to the right and select ‘Search for DAU Training’.

6) Once the ‘DAU Training Search’ screen displays click the ‘Order by Course Number’ radio button under ‘DAU Resident and Web Offerings’ or under ‘DAU Continuous Learning Modules’ to reveal a drop down menu for that group of courses (the drop down is slow to display).

7) Select the desired course in the drop down selection menu and click ‘Continue’.

8) Depending on the course selected, a ‘Required Pre-Requisites’ screen may appear. This is just a reminder and does not indicate that you have not met the pre-requisites. Click ‘Continue with Application’ if this appears.

9) For a web based course a Training Offering Information screen will appear. Click ‘Submit Registration’ to finalize the application.

10) For a resident course, a location list will appear. Click the location name to view the available offerings, and then click the class number in the left column to display the DAU Training Request screen for that offering.

11) Add justification comments if necessary and click ‘Submit Registration’ to finalize the application and submit to your supervisor for approval.

  

The Register-Now! system is used to track Continuous Learning (CL) data for Acquisition Workforce members and offers functionality to apply for CL events, complete CL event evaluations, enter CL points for events not in the system, and for Training POC’s and eDACM Support Staff to access reporting via ‘Data On Demand’:

· Workforce Participation and Achievement Report - view the overall CL participation and achievement by Command/Sub-UIC

· Workforce CL History Report - view the summary CL participation and achievement by Command/Sub-UIC

Note: Register-Now! does not utilize the same UIC/Sub-UIC hierarchy as eDACM. As a result, there may be Sub-UICs in the CL Reports that do not align with the Sub-UICs in your Command’s hierarchy in eDACM.

Follow these steps to generate the ‘Workforce Participation and Achievement’ and ‘Workforce CL History’ reports

Navigating to Data on Demand

1. Access ‘Register-Now!’ by navigating to this URL: https://www.atrrs.army.mil/channels/clm/

2. Click ‘Data on Demand’, located under ‘Restricted Access’ in the lower left corner of the screen.

3. Click on the green ‘Continue to Data on Demand’ button then locate the ‘CL Program Status Menu’ on the left side of the page.

Running the ‘Workforce Participation and Achievement Report’

1. Click the ‘Workforce Participation and Achievement Report’ located in the ‘CL Program Status Menu’.

2. Enter your Command ID, Email address, and password and click ‘Logon!’ to access Data on Demand.

3. The Command level data for the report selected will display on the screen.

4. Click on the desired the Command Name to view the Sub-UICs associated with your Command.

5. Click on the Sub-UIC to view detailed report information for the Sub-UIC selected.

Running the ‘Workforce Members CL History Report’

1. Click the Workforce ‘Members CL History Report’ located in the ‘CL Program Status Menu’.

2. Select the ‘Organization’ using the drop down arrow to display the list of available organizations.

3. Select the ‘Sub-UIC’ using the drop down arrow to display the list of available Sub-UICs.

4. Click ‘Continue’.

5. The report results will display on the page.

Note: The report can be viewed as an Excel Spreadsheet by clicking on ‘Open as Excel Spreadsheet’.

  

Note: If the class has already started, you do not have the ability to cancel the course via eDACM. You will have to contact the course instructor. If you are cancelling a reservation for a web course or CL module, you will need to contact the DAU Academic Support Team at (703) 805-3003 to be removed from the course. The instructions below are only for DAU training requests for resident courses that are in ‘reservation’ or ‘wait’ status.

1) Login to the eDACM website by first navigating to the following URL: https://www.atrrs.army.mil/channels/navyedacm/Public/DODConsentForm.htm

2) Click ‘I Agree’ on the DOD Privacy and Security Notice Screen.

3) Click ‘Log In With CAC’, select your non-email certificate, and then click ‘OK’.

4) Once your ‘Dashboard’ screen appears, locate the ‘Manage Career’ menu heading and hover over it to reveal the ‘Manage Career’ menu.

5) When the ‘Manage Career’ menu appears hover over the ‘Training’ option to reveal the ‘Training’ menu to the right and select ‘Manage Training Requests’.

6) Click the 'view/edit' link next to the course you would like to cancel.

7) When the DAU Training Request Review screen appears, click 'submit cancellation request' located at the top of the page.

8) Enter any necessary cancellation remarks and click ‘Continue’ to submit the cancellation request.

9) Once the cancellation request is processed by the registrar for the course you will be notified via email that your request has been cancelled.

  

Follow the steps below to request a grade extension:

1. Login to the eDACM website by first navigating to the following URL: https://www.atrrs.army.mil/channels/navyedacm/Public/DODConsentForm.htm

2. Click ‘I Agree’ on the DOD Privacy and Security Notice Screen.

3. Click ‘Log In With CAC’, select your non-email certificate, and then click ‘OK’.

4. Once your ‘Dashboard’ screen appears, locate the ‘Manage Career’ menu heading and hover over it to reveal the ‘Manage Career’ menu.

5. When the ‘Manage Career’ menu appears hover over the ‘Tuition Assistance’ option to reveal the ‘Tuition Assistance’ menu to the right and select the ‘Manage EDP’ option.

6. When the ‘AWTAP Status/Edit EDP’ screen appears, select ‘Manage Grades’.

7. When the ‘Mange Grades’ screen displays click the option button next to the course for which you wish to submit a grade.

8. When the ‘Submit Grade or Grade Extension’ screen displays click the radio button next to ‘Request Grade Extension’ from the ‘What Would You like to Do?’ section.

9. When the Grade Extension options are displayed, click in the “Extension Date” box and choose the extension end date from the drop down. Enter the reason for the delay in completing the course in the ‘Remarks’ box and click ‘Submit’.

Note: Documentation of final grade(s) earned must be submitted no later than the end date of the approved extension. The grade report submitted must clearly identify the school, student name, course title and number, number credits earned and the school session, term or semester dates.

  

DAU Course Equivalency Program References

Reference(s):

1. DON DAWIA Operating Guide, Chapter 14.9, DAU Equivalent Courses

2. Defense Acquisition University Equivalency Program http://icatalog.dau.mil/appg.aspx

Step 1

Locate DAU Course Equivalency Provider

In order to qualify as a DAU equivalent course, the course must be identified as such on the DAU website. To determine whether or not you have completed a DAU equivalent course, follow the steps below:

  • Navigate to the http://icatalog.dau.mil/appg.aspx
  • Click on the link that best describes the source provider (i.e. DoD Schools, Commerical Vendor, etc.)
  • Locate the Provider Course Name and Number and note the equivalent DAU Course Code.
  • Ensure the course was completed on or within the approval period listed on the site.

Step 2

Submit Request to the eDACM Support Team

Email the eDACM Support Team at eDACM_Support@navy.mil , and provide the following information :

  • First and Last Name
  • Last 4 of SSN
  • Course completion certificate or university transcripts, as applicable.
  • Equivalent DAU Course Code
  • Course Start Date
  • Course Completion Date

You will receive an email from the eDACM Support Team indicating that the equivalency request has been processed. Individuals can expect to see their equivalency displayed on their DAWIA Transcript within 3 business days after it has been entered into ATRRS.

  

​DAU Course Fulfillment Program

Reference(s):

1. DON DAWIA Operating Guide, Chapter 14.10, Fulfilling a DAU Course

2. DAU Fulfillment Program http://icatalog.dau.mil/DAUFulfillmentPgm.aspx

Step 1

Locate DAU Course Fulfillment Guide(s)

In order to fulfill a DAU course, you must meet a preponderance of the competencies identified in the course fulfillment guide. To locate the course fulfillment guide for the desired course, follow the steps below:

  • Navigate to the http://icatalog.dau.mil/DAUFulfillmentPgm.aspx
  • Scroll down the page to find the ‘Student Course Materials’ and click on the button.
  • Locate and Click on the Course Number of the Course you wish to fulfill.
  • The course black board will display, with a button titled ‘Fulfillment Guide’ located on the left hand side.
  • Click on the link titled ‘Fulfillment Guide’ to access the fulfillment Guide.

Step 2

Complete the Course Fulfillment Guide

Complete the Fulfillment Guide and address the competencies identified therein, and obtain the required approvals in accordance with Chapter 14 of the DON DAWIA Operating Guide.

Step 3

Submit Request to the eDACM Support Team

Provide your complete fulfillment package to your Training POC and/or DAWIA Program Director (DPD). The Training POC and/or DPD shall email the eDACM Support Team at eDACM_Support@navy.mil , and provide the following information:

 

  • Individual’s First and Last Name; Command/Organization
  • DD Form 2518 signed by the appropriate approval authority, in accordance with the DON DAWIA Operating Guide.
  • Completed Fulfillment Guide with justification of how competencies where achieved.

You will receive an email from the eDACM Support Team indicating that the fulfillment request has been processed. Individuals can expect to see their course fulfillment displayed on their DAWIA Transcript within 3 business days after it has been entered into ATRRS.

  

Please follow the steps below to submit a career field certification request:

1) Login to the eDACM website by first navigating to the following URL: https://www.atrrs.army.mil/channels/navyedacm/Public/DODConsentForm.htm

2) Click ‘I Agree’ on the DOD Privacy and Security Notice Screen.

3) Click ‘Log In With CAC’, select your non-email certificate, and then click ‘OK’.

4) Once your ‘Dashboard’ screen appears, locate the ‘Manage Career’ menu heading and hover over it to reveal the ‘Manage Career’ menu.

5) From the ‘Manage Career’ menu, hover over the ‘Certification’ option to reveal the ‘Certification’ menu to the right and select ‘Manage Certification Requests’.

6) When the ‘Manage Certification Requests’ page displays locate ‘Pending Certification Requests’ and click 'Add Certification Request'.

7) Select the appropriate radio button for Primary or Subsidiary under ‘Certification Type’ in the ‘Career Field Selection’ box.

8) Select the appropriate ‘Career Field’ from the drop down menu.

9) Select the appropriate ‘Certification Level Pursued’ from the drop down menu.

10) Click ‘Continue’ to submit the request and it will be routed to your supervisor for review/approval.

  

1. Login to the eDACM website by first navigating to the following URL: https://www.atrrs.army.mil/channels/navyedacm/Public/DODConsentForm.htm

2. Click ‘I Agree’ on the DOD Privacy and Security Notice Screen.

3. Click ‘Log In With CAC’, select your non-email certificate, and then click ‘OK’.

4. Once your ‘Dashboard’ screen appears, locate the ‘Manage Career’ menu heading and hover over it to reveal the ‘Manage Career’ menu.

5. When the ‘Manage Career’ menu appears hover over the ‘Tuition Assistance’ option to reveal the ‘Tuition Assistance’ menu to the right and select the ‘Manage EDP’ option.

6. When the ‘AWTAP Status/Edit EDP’ screen appears, select ‘Manage Grades’.

7. When the ‘Mange Grades’ screen displays click the option button next to the course for which you wish to submit a grade.

8. When the ‘Submit Grade or Grade Extension’ screen displays click the radio button next to ‘Submit Grade’ from the ‘What Would You like to Do?’ section.

9. When the Course Grade Information options are displayed, select the corresponding course grade from the grade drop down menu.

10. Click 'Browse' to navigate the folders on your computer to select and upload the appropriate grade documentation. Enter any desired comments in the 'Remarks'.

11. Certify that the information provided is true and accurate by clicking the box to the left of the statement.

12. Click ‘Submit’.

Note: IAW AWTAP SOP 6.2.2, Grade(s) must be documented on an official grade report or transcript that clearly identifies the school, student names, course title and number, number of credits earned and the school session, term or semester dates.

  

​1) Login to the eDACM website by first navigating to the following URL https://www.atrrs.army.mil/channels/navyedacm/Public/DODConsentForm.htm.

2) Click ‘I Agree’ on the DOD Privacy and Security Notice Screen.

3) Click ‘Log In With CAC’, select your non-email certificate, and then click ‘OK’.

4) Once your ‘Dashboard’ screen appears, locate the ‘Manage Career’ menu heading and hover over it to reveal the ‘Manage Career’ menu.

5) When the ‘Manage Career’ menu appears hover over the ‘Acquisition Corps’ option to reveal the ‘Acquisition Corps’ menu to the right.

6) On the ‘Acquisition Corps’ menu click ‘Manage Acquisition Corps Requests'.

7) When the ‘Manage Acquisition Corps Requests’ screen appears select ‘Apply for DAC Membership' in the ‘Applications Pending Approval’ box.

8) Complete the required fields and click 'Submit Application'. The request will then be routed for review/approval.

Note: An administrative board, sponsored by PERS-447 and comprised of Acquisition Corps members, screens and selects Active and Reserve Component Navy Officers (except for Flag Officers) who have applied for membership in the Acquisition Corps. For additional information, please see the DACM website at Career Management

  

To view the DAWIA certification requirements for a specific career field and level, follow the steps below:

1) Access the DAU homepage at this URL: http://www.dau.mil/default.aspx

2) Click ‘iCatalog’ in the row of buttons along the top of the screen.

3) When the ‘iCatalog’ screen appears, locate and click the ‘diploma’ image above the caption ‘Certification & Core Development Guides’, towards the lower left corner of the screen.

4) When the ‘Certification & Core Plus Development Guides’ screen appears, you’ll see icons for each career field with the numeric certification levels listed to the right of each icon. Click the numeric certification level beside the career field icon to view the certification requirements.

5) When the development guide opens for the career field and level selected, view the section in red to see the Core Certification Standards required for certification. This will include all required DAU training, experience in the career field, as well as any educational requirements.

  
Please submit the following items to the NACC ACM at least 60 days prior to the start of the class.
 
    • Completed and signed SF182.  Only section D, blocks 1a-1e should be filled out and signed by the 1st level supervisor or the CFM.  All other signature blocks are for the NACC approval process.  Also note that the SSN, DOB, home address and home phone number should be left blank.
    • Estimated travel costs
    • Registration fee information
    • Agenda
    • Course description


For training requests that require only NACC funded travel, please see Appendix G of the NADP Operating Guide.

  

Section E of the MDP states whether a requirement exists for a technical course for a particular career filed. In addition, the funding source for the course will also be identified. Where NACC is noted as the funding source in the MDP, courses of this nature are normally up to one week long and total cost to include travel is below $4,000. Courses that go beyond these general parameters will be considered on a case-by case basis and will require written justification to be submitted. Where the local Command is noted as the funding source, seek guidance from your CFM as to the parameters.

NACC will fully support the decisions of the Homeport CFM in regards to the technical training requirement(s) since they are the career field expert.

Continuous Learning (CL) courses may also be used to fulfill this requirement as long as your supervisor/CFM approves.

Further guidance is provided in Section 8.3.2 “Technical Courses and Professional Development” of the NADP Operating Guide.

  

​Your W4 is to be submitted with your annual federal, state and local income tax returns.

  

Completion of a senior project for Entry Level employees may be required by the MDP. This project demonstrates the required career field's competencies and the employee’s acquired perspective of the business aspects of Naval Acquisition. The MDP provides guidance on type of project, format and approval process whereas the IDP describes the specific project, concept and relationship to the career field. You should also seek guidance from your supervisor and/or CFM regarding Senior Project guidelines and requirements.

Further guidance is available in Section 8.5 “Senior Projects” of the NADP Operating Guide.

  

The definition of a Program Review as stated in Section 8.3.3 of the NADP Operating Guide is as follows:  "A Program Management Review is any significant Program Review event leading to establishment of a design baseline, or achievement of a Program acquisition milestone. Subject event should cover the entire scope and strategy of the acquisition/development effort and should touch on all key/critical acquisition related products and documentation. Some events that could be considered program Management Reviews include any series of program briefings leading to a milestone decision, any Systems Engineering Technical Review including but not limited to SRR, SFR, PDR or CDR, or Operational Test Readiness Review (OTRR)."

NACC will fully support the decisions of the Homeport CFM in regards to the program review requirement since they are the career field expert.

Guidance for program reviews can be found in the Competencies section of the MDP, if one is required for your career field.

 

 
  
NACC now uses the Cross Org for NACC (non-DAU) funded travel.  When creating your authorization contact your NACC CSR for the appropriate Cross Org LOA.  Once you have created your authorization in DTS, you should select the applicable NADP option in the “Cross Org LOA” on the “Accounting” page in DTS.  (For example: 17852 Travel or 17 NAIP Travel– the leading number will change with each new fiscal year.)  This will also automatically populate the NADP “Routing list” on the “Digital Signature” page.  You will need to ensure that the “Submit this document as” dropdown list reflects “Signed” then click the “Submit Completed Document” which will then route the travel to NACC personnel for processing.  If you need assistance, contact your NACC Career Services Representative.
  
The MDP is the Master Development Plan for your career field. It contains the minimum education and proficiency levels required for a career field and it is developed by the DON Career Field National Competency Chair Members. MDPs for both the Entry Level and Associate employees can be found in the Development Plans section of our website. The MDP becomes an Individual Development Plan (IDP) once it is filled out and tailored to an individual. The IDP Summary is a one page document for Entry Level employees only and is used as a summary of the minimum IDP/MDP requirements for graduation. IDP Summaries are also available in the Development Plans section of our website.

Note : The MDP for Entry Level employees is a multi-page Excel document and is for use at the local command only.

Further guidance is provided in Section 8.1 “Development Plans” of the NADP Operating Guide.
  
Anytime, however, it is best to submit your authorization at LEAST 30 days prior to travel.  This will ensure ample time for your authorization to be reviewed and approved by NACC. Ensuring your authorization is completed and approved by NACC personnel is the employee’s responsibility.
  

Entry Level employees should submit the one page IDP Summary to the NACC within 45 days of your start date and 60 days prior to your graduation date. Associates should submit their MDP to the NACC within the first 45 days of the program and 60 days prior to graduation.

Further guidance is provided in Section 8.1 “Development Plans” of the NADP Operating Guide.

 
  

​Openings on the USAJOBS website will be posted on an infrequent basis until all positions are filled for the fiscal year.

  

All NADP employees should regularly check the NADP Website ‘Bulletin Board Announcements’ for any new information related to the program. The information posted here may also be relayed to employees via e-mail.

Further guidance can be found in Chapter 4 “Communication Tools” of the NADP Operating Guide.

 
  

​​​​Questions regarding any notification of results from USA Staffing should be emailed to the DON Employment Info Center (EIC). Be sure to note the Job Announcement Number in your email.    

  
Each employee is assigned a Career Field Manager (CFM), located at the employee Homeport command. The Homeport CFM is the most important person in the NADP to ensure the success of the member and the program. The CFM is responsible for the content of the employee development program and for ensuring all aspects of the program are completed prior to program graduation. If the CFM is unknown, contact your supervisor, NACC CM or NACC ACM for assistance.
  
All IDP summaries, rotation and training requests should be emailed to NACC_CAREER_MANAGEMENT@NAVY.MIL. You do not need to copy the Career Manager (CM) on the email as the ACM forwards the action upon review.
  

Yes.  You are able to apply each time you see a position announced on the USAJOBS website.  A complete and separate application will be required for each position/vacancy you apply for.

  

​Absolutely, as with any federal position your veteran's preference will be applied in this process.  Make sure you include all supporting documentation required by OPM to verify your eligibility for preference.  Failure to provide the documentation will result in no preference being given.

  

NACC is no longer the qualifying agent; all applications will be qualified and audited by our Office of Civilian Human Resources (OCHR) office.

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