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FEBRUARY 2016 IMPLEMENTATION OF BILLET BASED DISTRIBUTION FUNCTIONALITY INTO THE CAREER MANAGEMENT SYSTEM INTERACTIVE DETAILING

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SUBJ/ANNOUNCEMENT OF FEBRUARY 2016 IMPLEMENTATION OF BILLET BASED 
DISTRIBUTION FUNCTIONALITY INTO THE CAREER MANAGEMENT SYSTEM INTERACTIVE 
DETAILING//

RMKS/1.  This NAVADMIN announces the Navy�s refining of the distribution 
process for enlisted personnel with the addition of Billet Based Distribution 
(BBD) functionality to the Career Management SystemInteractive Detailing 
(CMS-ID).  BBD matches Sailors to specific billets based on rating, paygrade, 
and Navy enlisted classification codes.  BBD will enable the Navy to more 
efficiently assign personnel in support of warfighting readiness. BBD will be 
implemented in February 2016.

2.  Impact to Sailors:  BBD is transparent to the individual Sailor in that 
BBD does not change the Sailor negotiation and application process in CMS-ID.  
Sailors will continue to use CMS-ID to apply for available jobs in the 
present manner.  To accommodate implementation, BBD will be deployed to the 
production CMS-ID environment starting 28 January 2016.  The first BBD 
enlisted requisition will run 5 February 2016, and the February cycle of 
CMS-ID using the new capability will open for fleet applications on 12 
February 2016.  The January CMS-ID cycle will be compressed to allow this 
implementation, and the updated schedule for January and February 2016 can be 
found on the CMS-ID log-in page: 
https://www.cmsid.navy.mil/jass/Index.action.  For more information, see the 
Sailors Whats New for You on the BBD web page: 
http://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-
npc/enlisted/billet_based/Pages/default2.aspx.

3.  Past and Ongoing Education Events:  During Summer and Fall 2015, 
Commander, Navy Personnel Command (NPC) conducted training in the Hampton 
Roads, Jacksonville-Mayport-Kings Bay, Pacific Northwest, and San Diego 
areas, training over 1,000 military and civilians across type commander, 
immediate superior in command, and command levels, on the basics of BBD.  NPC 
began hosting Defense Collaboration Services (DCS) training in December 2015 
to continue in-depth activity manning manager (AMM) training.  This training, 
along with frequently asked questions (FAQ), is posted on the BBD web page.

4.  AMM:  Multiple user roles are available in the new system; however, the 
primary user will be the AMM.  The role of AMM was created specifically for 
BBD to manage enlisted personnel and the commands legacy Enlisted 
Distribution Verification Report (EDVR). AMMs will have access to view 
detailed information on command personnel and billets allowing for efficient 
management of the demand signal sent to NPC for distribution action based 
upon manning control authority prioritization.  The AMMs role is critical in 
the automated BBD environment, as detailed information is shared across 
myriad users and personnel managers.  It is the AMMs responsibility to ensure 
this information is accurate.  As of 30 December 2015, 4,012 unit 
identification codes have been verified by NPC and 3,894 initial baseline 
alignments have been sent to commands or designated manning managers to 
review, validate and return to NPC.

5.  EDVR Replacement:  The legacy EDVR will be replaced by an Enlisted 
Distribution Verification Process (EDVP).  Instead of a published report, the 
process of validating enlisted manning will use on-line information provided 
in CMS-ID.  This change provides access to near real-time information for 
better distribution of enlisted Navy personnel.

6.  Requesting Access:  Fleet users may begin requesting access to the new 
system now.  All users, with the exception of the enlisted Sailors role used 
for orders negotiation in CMS-ID, must resubmit a System Authorization Access 
Request  Navy (OPNAV 5239/14) and submit a new Distribution Systems Request 
Form (NAVPERS 1330/3). Guidance on filling out and submitting these forms can 
be found on the BBD web page on the NPC website under BBD Access:
http://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-
npc/enlisted/billet_based/Pages/default2.aspx.  Access issued for fleet users 
prior to BBD delivery will initially be for the CMS-ID test website.  Upon 
BBD delivery, all accounts will automatically switch to allow access to the 
production CMS-ID site.  Users will be granted varying levels of access to 
information in BBD based on their assigned role in the command.

7.  Guidance and Training:  The BBD web page provides additional information 
on pertinent instructions, including the new EDVP Manual, a BBD User Guide, 
links to the CMS-ID test and production websites, training materials and 
links to DCS training events, and FAQs.

8.  For questions or access to supplemental information, go to the BBD web 
page at: http://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-
npc/enlisted/billet_based/Pages/default2.aspx or contact your commands PERS-
4013 Placement Coordinator.

9.  Released by Vice Admiral W. F. Moran, N1.//

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