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ALNAVRESFOR 012/22
MSGID/GENADMIN/COMNAVRESFOR NORFOLK VA/N095CC/MAR//
SUBJ/UPDATE TO THE 2022 NAVY RESERVE FORCE MERITORIOUS
ADVANCEMENT
PROGRAM FOR SELRES SAILORS SEASON ONE ANNOUNCEMENT//
REF/A/MSG/ALNAVRESFOR/091740ZFEB22//
REF/B/MSG/COMNAVRESFOR NORFOLK VA/152034ZDEC20//
REF/C/MSG/CNO WASHINGTON DC/201604ZDEC18//
REF/D/DOC/MILPERSMAN/24APR18//
REF/E/DOC/BUPERSINST/19SEP18//
NARR/REF A IS ALNAVRESFOR 008/22, 2022 NAVY RESERVE FORCE
MERITORIOUS ADVANCEMENT PROGRAM FOR SELRES SAILORS SEASON ONE
ANNOUNCEMENT. REF B IS ALNAVRESFOR 029/20, SELRES MAP-R
AUTOMATION.
REF C IS NAVADMIN 313/18, PROFESSIONAL MILITARY KNOWLEDGE
ELIGIBILITY EXAM BUSINESS RULES. REF D IS MILPERSMAN 1510-030,
ADVANCED ELECTRONICS FIELD, ADVANCED TECHNICAL FIELD, AND NUCLEAR
FIELD PROGRAMS. REF E IS BUPERSINST 1430.16G, ADVANCEMENT MANUAL
FOR
ENLISTED PERSONNEL OF THE U.S. NAVY AND U.S. NAVY RESERVE.//
RMKS/1. This ALNAVRESFOR message supersedes reference (a) with updates
to the E3 to E4 MAP policy and provides guidance for Calendar year (CY)
2022 Season One (S1) Meritorious Advancement Program (MAP) for
Selected Reserve (SELRES) Sailors, beginning 1 March and ending
30 April 2022.
2. We continue to refine and improve MAP to empower command
triads to identify and recognize their most talented Sailors through
an immediate advancement process. Our Reserve Force is a
predominantly prior service force with unique accession pathways.
SELRES overall rating health and advancement outlook is similar but
not identical to AC/TAR planning factors. Because of these
differences, rating health for SELRES necessitates a MAP process in
the form of nominations for E-4 and E-5 sailors only. Additionally,
Reserve MAP has specific controls to ensure that our force maintains
a balanced and healthy total advancement opportunity percentage for
each rating. The Navy Reserve Force will continue to convene an
Echelon II MAP board for E-4 and E-5 candidates to ensure MAP
selections are determined utilizing a board precept, convening order
and selection standard consistent with promotion boards.
3. Policy update for E-3 to E-4 MAP process
a. The authority to select and MAP Sailors to E4 is delegated to
each squadron Commanding Officer (CO) and ECH VI Unit CO. Readiness
and operational unit COs can MAP their most deserving E-3 Sailor to
E-4 without submitting a detailed board package in NSIPS. Each ECH VI
unit, including squadrons will receive one E-4 MAP quota.
b. To utilize the unit and squadron's E-3 to E-4 MAP quotas,
NSIPS must be used to process and validate the meritorious
advancement. NSIPS ensures the UMUIC submits qualified Sailors for
meritorious advancement. MAP Unit Approvers will use steps 1-4 in
paragraph 3c of this message for MAP validation.
c. NSIPS utilizes mandatory gates for MAP submission. Following
the below steps is crucial for MAP quota usage and must be
completed NLT 2359 on 13 March 2022.
(1) MAP Unit Approver selects the E-3 Sailor in NSIPS.
(2) MAP Unit Approver marks each "nomination comments"
blocks N/A.
(3) MAP Unit Approver will upload 2021 PFA results and
current evaluation to satisfy system requirements.
(4) MAP Unit Approver will save the document which will
automatically be forwarded on 14 March 2022 to the REDCOM or
ISIC as discussed in paragraph 9.
(5) REDCOM and ISIC Approvers will rank all E-3 submissions
alphabetically NLT 2359 on 25 March 2022 and save the
selection.
d. Advanced Electronic Field and Advanced Technical Field ratings
are ineligible for E-4 MAP due to rating requirements located in
reference (d).
4. CY22 Reserve MAP Season One:
a. Each MAP season is aligned with the Navy-wide advancement
exam (NWAE) cycles to reward the right Sailors. This will require
command triads to select their best and fully qualified Sailors for
MAP nominations, without regard to NWAE results; however, it does
not relieve Sailors from the need to prepare and study for the
technical rating information tested by the NWAE.
b. Season one window: 1 March - 30 April 2022.
c. All commands other than Commander, Navy Recruiting Command
(CNRC) and Commander, Navy Personnel Command (CNPC) PERS 9 will use
the MAP-R automation tool. All Navy Reserve Units must request Unit
Approver access using NSIPS. Readiness and Mobilization Commands
(formally known as Reserve Component Command) and ISIC Commands
must request RCC Approver and ISIC Approver access respectively.
MAP-R NSIPS tutorials are located at https://www.nsips.navy.mil
under the training tab.
5. Eligibility. MAP is open to all E-3, E-4 and E-5 Sailors who
meet MAP advancement eligibility requirements per references
(d) and (e) and are in a valid pay billet. Prior Service
Re-enlistment Eligibility - Reserve (PRISE-R) Sailors are eligible
only if their new rate is permanent before 1 March 2022.
a. Sailors may only meritoriously advance one paygrade.
Sailors in a frocked status are not eligible for advancement to the
next higher paygrade until effectively advanced (i.e., frocked E-5
cannot be meritoriously promoted to E-6).
b. MAP Time-in-Rate (TIR) requirements. The minimum TIR dates
must be on or before:
(1) E-6: 1 January 2021
(2) E-5: No TIR requirement
(3) E-4: No TIR requirement
c. Mobilized, Definite Recall, ADOS, and Canvasser Recruiter
(CANREC) Sailors. Sailors who are currently mobilized or serving on
Definite Recall, ADOS, or CANREC orders may compete for a SELRES MAP
nomination opportunity. They are not eligible for AC/TAR quotas.
Nomination packages for Sailors on Mobilization, Definite Recall,
and ADOS orders must be submitted in NSIPS via the automation tool
by the Sailor's respective Navy Reserve Unit (specifically their
Unit Mobilization Unit Identification Code (UMUIC)). Nomination
packages for Sailors on CANREC orders must be submitted manually to
CNRF via their respective recruiting region. Reference (b)
contains guidance on NSIPS MAP-R user roles.
d. Per reference (c), Sailors must complete PMK-EE for the
desired advancement paygrade to be eligible for the Meritorious
Advancement Program.
e. Required attachments for E5 and E6 MAP nominations.
MAP nominations submitted in the automation tool must contain
evaluations from 1 February 2020 through 1 February 2022.
Packages submitted without the required evaluations will be
determined ineligible for MAP unless a waiver is submitted in
the NSIPS MAP Package.
6. Nominations. The list of MAP nominations by UIC for operational
(formally referred to as commissioned units) and readiness units
(formally referred to as augment units) will be loaded into the
NSIPS automation tool and visible to unit
leadership once user role permissions have been granted. MAP
nomination opportunities are allocated as follows:
a. SELRES operational units. Nominations for operational units
are based on each individual unit's E-3, E-4, and E-5 billets
authorized (BA).
b. SELRES readiness units. Nominations for readiness units are
based on the E-3, E-4, and E-5 BA for each Readiness and
Mobilization Command (REDCOM) within their area of responsibility.
Each REDCOM will review submissions and forward validated
nominations by the deadline date.
c. CANREC. Each Navy Talent Acquisition Group (NTAG) will
compete for nominations within their respective region (East, West
or Central) and are allotted two E-6 nominations for each region.
Navy Recruiting Command (NRC) HQ and PERS-9 are allotted one E-6
nomination each.
7. SELRES MAP Quotas. E-5 and E-6 quotas are controlled based on
community health of each rate and rating. All nominations
will be submitted per the timeline in paragraph 8 below.
8. MAP Board membership. Seeking Board membership to include a Board
President, eight Board Members and a Board Recorder.
a. TAR or SELRES Board President solicitation. The Board
President must be available from 28 March through 1 April 2022
and must hold the rank of Lieutenant Commander or higher, and be
a currently serving or post-tour CO/OIC.
b. TAR and SELRES Senior Chief and Master Chief solicitation
for MAP board membership. All board members must be available from
28 March through 1 April 2022 and be able to gain NSIPS MAP access
upon selection.
c. TAR or SELRES Chief or Senior Chief solicitation for MAP
Board Recorder. The Recorder must be available from 30 March -
1 April and be able to gain NSIPS MAP access upon selection.
d. All candidates for board president, membership, and recorder
should submit requests directly to OCNR_N095MC_FORCM(at)navy.mil
no later than 10 March 2022 and include the following information:
full name, rank, current command, UIC, NRC, NRC UIC, e-mail address,
best phone number and position requesting.
9. Timeline. The MAP automation tool is designed to route MAP
packages automatically on the dates below. Failure to make
selections by the due dates is irrevocable and commands will forfeit
their opportunity to submit MAP nomination package(s) for season
one.
a. 13 March 2022: Deadline for all readiness and
operational units to submit nomination packages in NSIPS. The
automation tool will automatically route the nomination to the
appropriate REDCOM or ISIC on this date at 2359.
b. 13 March 2022: Deadline for NTAGs to submit nomination
packages to their respective NRC region. NRC Regions will
provide submission guidance to their commands.
c. 23 March 2022: Deadline to submit ranked nomination
packages to CNRF for the below commands.
(1) Operational ISIC HQ units and Operational aviation
commands. The automation tool will automatically route selected
and ranked packages to CNRF at 2359 on the deadline date.
(2) Readiness and Mobilization Commands. The automation tool
will automatically route selected and ranked readiness unit packages
to CNRF at 2359 on the deadline date.
(3) Navy Recruiting Command (NRC) HQ, NRC Region, and PERS-9
CANREC nominations will be submitted to the POC listed in paragraph
9 below.
d. 28 March 2022: SELRES operational, readiness and CANREC
nomination board convenes.
10. The OCNR POC and MAP Board Sponsor is NCCM(AW) Kimberly Cedar,
available at email: kimberly.a.cedar.mil(at)us.navy.mil.
11. This ALNAVRESFOR message will remain in effect until superseded
or cancelled.
12. Released by Vice Admiral J.B. Mustin, Commander,
Navy Reserve Force.//
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