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JANUARY 2023 CYCLE 258 ACTIVE-DUTY AND TRAINING AND ADMINISTRATION OF THE RESERVES E-7 NAVY-WIDE ADVANCEMENT EXAMINATION


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SUBJ/JANUARY 2023 CYCLE 258 ACTIVE-DUTY AND TRAINING AND ADMINISTRATION OF 
THE RESERVES E-7 NAVY-WIDE ADVANCEMENT EXAMINATION//

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NARR/REF A IS BUPERSINST 1430.16G, ADVANCEMENT MANUAL FOR ENLISTED PERSONNEL 
OF THE U.S. NAVY AND NAVY RESERVE.  REF B IS USD P and R CONSOLIDATED 
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE CORONAVIRUS DISEASE 2019 FORCE HEALTH PROTECTION 
GUIDANCE AVAILABLE AT HTTPS://WWW.DEFENSE.GOV/SPOTLIGHTS/CORONAVIRUS-DOD-
RESPONSE/LATEST-DOD-GUIDANCE/.  REF C IS NAVADMIN 312/18, ADVANCEMENT POLICY 
UPDATE.  REF D IS NAVADMIN 316/18, ENLISTED ADVANCEMENT WORKSHEET.  REF E IS 
NAVADMIN 201/20, PROFESSIONAL MILITARY KNOWLEDGE ELIGIBILITY EXAM REVISED 
BUSINESS RULES//

RMKS/1.  This NAVADMIN announces guidance for the administration of the 
January 2023 (Cycle 258) E-7 Navy-wide advancement examination for Active 
Component and Training and Administration of the Reserves Sailors.

2.  Timeline:
    a.  30 November 2022:  Professional Military Knowledge - Eligibility Exam
(PMK-EE) completion deadline.
    b.  19 January 2023:  Exam date - Enlisted advancement worksheets (EAW) 
will close one week after the exam date on the worksheet.
    c.  In the event of a requirement to deviate from the single-day 
administration date, a single-day administration waiver may be requested (up 
to 31 January 2023) from Navy Personnel Command (PERS-8) in line with 
reference (a).  Refer to reference (b) for additional details on capacity 
limits, safety, and mitigation measures in the conduct of exams.

3.  Eligibility requirements are in line with reference (a), and the 
following information applies for cycle 258:
    a.  Terminal eligibility date:  1 January 2024.
    b.  Time-in-Rate (TIR) date:  On or before 1 January 2021.
    c.  Early Promote (EP) TIR waiver date: on or before 1 January 2022.
    d.  High-year tenure (HYT) date:  1 September 2023 or later, E-6 HYT 
waivers must be approved prior to 19 January 2023.
    e.  Security/Interim security clearance (if required):  Refer to chapter
2 of reference (a).  All advancement eligible Sailors must have favorable 
adjudication or update prior to 1 January 2023.
    f.  Reporting Senior Cumulative Average Performance Mark Average (RSCA 
PMA).  In line with reference (c), compute RSCA PMA for E-6 evaluations dated 
from 1 January 2020 to 31 December 2022.
    g.  Use of EAW is mandatory, in line with reference (d).
    h.  E-7 PMK-EE remains a general eligibility requirement for all Sailors 
(regardless of EP TIR waiver status) in line with reference (e), waivers are 
normally not approved without extraordinary circumstances.

4.  Exam Ordering:
    a.  Ordering dates and TIR listings for both Sensitive Compartmented 
Information (SCI) and non-SCI exams can be found on the Navy Enlisted 
Advancement System (NEAS) website at https://neas.ncdc.navy.mil/.  Select 
Exam and Ordering Date Chart.
    b.  Additional SCI exams may be ordered from 
sfly_cryptologic.products(at)navy.mil.  Order exams in line with reference 
(a).
    c.  Non-SCI exams for Sailors not included on the initial TIR list, must 
be ordered in NEAS Web using a Department of Defense Identification Number.
Orders submitted after supplemental TIR list closure will result in a 
substitute exam being sent.
    d.  Substitute Exams.  The deadline for ordering SCI and non-SCI 
substitute exams is 31 January 2023.  Naval Education and Training 
Professional Development Center, Fleet Services Branch (NETPDC N321) is the 
approval authority.
    e.  Educational Services Officers (ESOs) should verify placing exam 
orders within 7-10 days of ordering at *View Previous Exam Orders* link via 
the NEAS website, and should contact NETPDC N321 as needed for discrepancies.
    f.  Rating Group separations (change from previous cycles):
        (1) CTI:  Middle East/North Africa (Group 1), East/Far East (Group 
2), Latin/South America (Group 3), Eastern Europe (Group 4).
        (2) EMN, ETN and MMN: Submarine (Group 1), Surface (Group 2).
        (3) MU:  Premier Band (Group 1), Fleet Band (Group 2).

5.  Exam Administration and Answer Sheet Returns.  Conduct and return in line 
with chapter 6 of reference (a).  The NEAS website contains an exam tote 
board that displays status of receiving answer sheets.

6.  Discrepancy Correction:
    a.  Utilize the Enlisted Advancement Worksheet-Post Examination 
Administrative Comments (EAW-PAC) process, refer to reference (d).
    b.  A detailed discrepancy list can be found on the NEAS website.

7.  Any additional information (exam verbatim, exam dates, and other related
documents) regarding this cycle will be posted on the MyNavy HR advancements 
site, located at *https://www.mynavyhr.navy.mil/Career-Management/Community-
Management/Enlisted-Career-Admin/Advancement/* and NEAS websites.

8.  Points of Contact:
    a.  For general or PMK-EE Mobile questions:  MyNavy Career Center (MNCC) 
is available 24/7 by phone at 1-833-330-MNCC (1-833-330-6622) or via e-mail 
at askmncc(at)navy.mil.
    b.  PMK-EE completion score questions:  ntmps.support(at)navy.mil.
    c.  SCI exam questions and orders:  (850) 473-5867/DSN 753, 
sfly_cryptologic.products(at)navy.mil.
    d.  Non-SCI exam questions and orders:  (850)473-6150/DSN 753, 
usn.pensacola.netpdc.mbx.netpdc-n321-exam-orders(at)us.navy.mil.
    e.  EAW-PAC issues, Exam records and discrepancies, administration
inquiries: (850) 473-6148/DSN 753, usn.pensacola.netpdc.mbx.netpdc-n321-
discrepancies(at)us.navy.mil.

9.  This NAVADMIN will remain in effect until superseded or canceled, 
whichever occurs first.

10.  Released by RADM J. P. Waters, Acting N1B.//

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