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MILLINGTON, Tenn. (NNS) -- The summer months often bring changes, so Sailors are reminded to review their Electronic Service Record (ESR) for accuracy.

A Common Access Card on a Navy/Marine Corps Internet workstation is required to set up and access ESR on the Navy Standard Integrated Personnel System (NSIPS) website at shore commands, but not to access NSIPS afloat.

To establish an ESR account ashore, visit https://nsips.nmci.navy.mil, click on "ESR Self Service (New Users)," and follow instructions. If afloat, go to  http://nsipswebafloat, select "New Users (ESR Self-Service)," and follow instructions. Once an account is set up, simply visit the same sites for access. 

Within NSIPS, click on "Employee Self Service" then "Electronic Service Record" to access the ESR home page. Within the ESR, click "Tasks" and "Personal Information Links" to access the various links to view and update personal information. There will be some information you can update online, such as your emergency contact information, but some changes, such as a change in religious preference, will have to be handled through your servicing Personnel Office or Personnel Support Detachment.

For a complete description of all Navy human resource records or detailed instructions on how to update records, visit the records management and policy Web Page on the NPC website at 

Also check out the easy to understand guides for record review in the Career Toolbox athttp://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc/career/toolbox/Pages/default2.aspx.

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