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Command Pass Coordinators - Your Link to Live Admin Support

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MILLINGTON, Tenn. (NNS) -- The Navy Standard Integrated Personnel System (NSIPS) is the Navy's single, field-entry, electronic pay and personnel system for all active and Reserve Sailors, but when NSIPS can't provide the tools or answers needed, visit the command pass coordinator (CPC). 
 
"CPCs are the link that allows us to work more efficiently by letting the Personnel Support Detachments (PSD) be the back office service provider. Members can simply speak with their CPCs and let them be their representative to the PSD," said Ann Stewart, director, Pay and Personnel Management. "More and more customer service support will be offered through NSIPS, such as e-leave. Our goal is to be responsive to Sailors' needs, whether through self-service or the effective use of the partnership between the CPC and PSD."
 
MILPERSMAN article 1000-021 governs the Command Personnel/Pay Administrative Support System (PASS) Coordinator (CPC) program and includes information on minimum requirements for the appointment to CPC.
 
To become a CPC you must be selected by the commanding officer and should be a Personnel Specialist 3rd Class, Yeoman 3rd Class, Navy Counselor 2nd Class or higher; an E-5 or higher with a minimum of four years of service, or a GS-5 or higher civilian employee. In addition the candidate must complete CPC training as well as familiarization with the PSD/CSD before assignment as a CPC to ensure duties and responsibilities, methods of communication available, and overall CPC expectations are clearly defined and explained. 
 
For additional resources for CPCs, visit www.npc.navy.mil/support/paypers/cpcresources/Pages/default2.aspx. 
 
To keep up to date on the latest updates to pay and personnel, visit www.navy.mil/local/npc/, www.npc.navy.mil, and don't forget to follow us on Facebook at: www.facebook.com/NavyPersonnelCommand.

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