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MILLINGTON, Tenn. (NNS) -- Navy Personnel Command (NPC) is always working to provide better customer service to Sailors. There are times when Sailors need important news and information while on temporary duty, leave, or between duty stations.

To avoid delays during these times, it's important for Sailors to have their accurate work and home email address and phone numbers updated in the Navy Standard Integrated Personnel System (NSIPS). 

"Sailors need to make sure all their addresses are correct," said Jerry Sides, Personnel Support Detachment Memphis.

"With many of the new self-service initiatives we're rolling out in NSIPS, having an accurate email address on file is critical," said Ann Stewart, NPC assistant commander for Pay and Personnel Management. "That piece of information can provide the link that we need to get in touch with people about their pay or personnel support. We are finding it very useful in helping people who have permanent change of station orders and are in the process of traveling from one duty station to the next." 

Update your personal email address and phone numbers in NSIPS to make sure you don't miss critical information about your career or during times when you may be out of the official line of communications. 

Log on to your personal NSIPS account at http://nsipsprod.nmci.navy.mil/. Click on "View Personnel Information," then on "Address and Phone." All you have to do then is to update your phone and email address and click "Save."

"We can send Sailors information that is useful for filing travel claims when they complete their PCS process and we can follow up with them to make sure they are getting their claims filed in a timely manner," said Stewart.

For more information, visit http://www.navy.mil/, http://www.facebook.com/usnavy/, or http://www.twitter.com/usnavy/.
 

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