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MILLINGTON, Tenn. (NNS) -- MILLINGTON, Tenn. - Command Pass Coordinators (CPC) are the vital link between Sailors, Commands and Personnel Support Detachments (PSD), but accurate records begin and end with the individual service member, Navy leaders said recently.

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 electronic service record doesn't provide the information or data needed, visit the CPC for help in getting questions answered.

"Members can simply speak with their CPCs and let them be their representative to the PSD," said Ann Stewart, director, Pay and Personnel Management Division, Navy Personnel Command. "More and more self-service capability will be available in NSIPS, similar to the way e-leave works now. 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."

The Pay and Personnel Administrative Support System (PASS) program has created more than 30 standard operating procedures (SOP) to help Sailors perform their day-to-day personnel activities like travel claims and updating records. The SOPs are accessed through the Manpower, Personnel, Training and Education (MPT&E) intranet on any command access card-enabled computer. A fact sheet titled "Accurate Pay and Personnel records" is available to show you how to access the SOPs as part of Navy Personnel Command's Plain Talk series at www.npc.navy.mil/career/toolbox/Pages/PlainTalk(series).aspx. 

CPCs can find more information at www.npc.navy.mil/support/paypers/cpcresources/Pages/default2.aspx

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