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EAW Post Exam Discrepancies - Sailor Visibility - Reserve Cycle 105 and Active Duty Cycle 244

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Reserve Cycle 105 and Active Duty Cycle 244 advancement record discrepancies must be adjudicated in the Enlisted Advancement Worksheet (EAW). This new process allows Sailors to see the communication between ESOs and the Navy Advancement Center (NAC) in EAW post exam comments discrepancy adjudication functionality within NSIPS - click on the attached link for more info.

For example, a Sailor's total awards were calculated to be 4 points, but there was a missing Flag Letter of Commendation. The ESO must upload the Flag LOC document into EAW and then route a comment to NAC asking for the Sailor's award points to be updated. NAC will take action in the Navy Enlisted Advancement System and change the award points from 4 to 5, the route a comment back to the command when completed. 

The Sailor can log on to EAW with his or her NSIPS self service account and see the comments and action completion. In the past, Sailors had to press the 'I Believe' button whenever there was a record update in the past. Now, EAW provides a tacking mechanism right on the worksheet for all roles to see.


https://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc/career/enlistedcareeradmin/Advancement/Documents/EAW Info Bulletin No. 1 Sep 2019.pdf

 

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