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It's About Time: Reserve Commander Draws on 40 Years of Experience to Modernize Navy Pay and Personnel Systems


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Perhaps no one better understands the unique administrative hurdles that come with being a Navy Reserve Sailor — or is better suited to help fix them — than Cmdr. Julie McGill.   

Over a career spanning four decades, McGill has seen Navy Reserve pay and personnel processes and systems evolve from a system of clipboards, carbon copies, drill chits and paper paychecks to the more modern-day integration of online functions such as the Defense Travel System (DTS), Enhanced Drill Management (EDM) and direct deposit.   

Yet one constant through the years has been the distinct separation between active and Reserve component pay and personnel systems — an electronic divide that still causes frequent delays and headaches for Reserve component members transferring to and from active duty.   

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