Navy Standard Integrated Personnel System.ppt

Report
Navy Standard Integrated
Personnel System
(NSIPS)
Training Status & Way Ahead
Jim White, PMW 240T
September 2012
Focuses of Brief
1. NSIPS Programmatic Background/Status
2. Training Support Status
3. Training Support Planned Way Ahead
4. Progress Update
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Personnel and Pay Acquisition History [Context]
FY2008
DoD/Joint
DIMHRS
FY2009
FY2010
FY2011
FY2012
FY2013
FY2014
FY2015
TBD
DIMHRS cancelled by
SECDEF Feb 2010
USN Resets
FPPS to
Pre-MS A
FPPS PE
Ends
FY2012
Oct 10
Navy Pay & Personnel
FPPS
Navy decision to
modernize NSIPS
Navy Personnel
while defining pay
solution
NSIPS
Pay
CBA
AOA
Pay solution (TBD)
Personnel
NSIPS Dev/Mod
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Navy’s Success-Oriented Approach to
Modernizing Personnel Capability
• Minimize change management challenges
• NSIPS is Navy’s field-level input system for Active and Reserve
personnel
• Personnel professionals and service members are familiar with
NSIPS, and are using some self-service capabilites
• Approval authority hierarchy in place for eLeave can be leveraged
for many other automated business processes
• Leverage existing capability (NSIPS)
• Navy was an early adopter of PeopleSoft HR capability; has many
years of functional and technical experience using PeopleSoft tools
• NSIPS uses modern software and hardware – no technical
obsolescence issues
• NSIPS operates in a disconnected mode – conserving limited
bandwidth
• Develop effective and efficient business processes and apply
technology as needed
• Primary issues are with inefficient business processes and lack of
data integration, not with NSIPS itself
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Personnel Strategy
• Acquisition strategy for Navy personnel capability is to
develop/modernize the existing Navy Standard Integrated Personnel
System (NSIPS)
• NSIPS is the foundational system for Navy personnel, currently in
Operations and Support/Sustainment phase - not an active ACAT
• Reserve Headquarters Support (RHS), Officer Personnel Information
System (OPINS), Inactive Manpower and Personnel Management
Information System (IMAPMIS), and Navy Enlisted System (NES) also
provide current personnel capability
• NSIPS Dev/Mod may subsume these capabilities
• Use of NSIPS to meet Navy personnel requirements allows for:
• No new single acquisition program of record to meet Navy personnel
capability needs
• Dev/Mods to be acquired under the Business Capability Lifecycle (BCL)
using a tailored approach
• First Dev/Mod defined by Functional Sponsor is Retirements and
Separations
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NSIPS Training Status
• Formal training was removed from YN & PS ‘A’
Schools
• Reinstatement in PS ‘A’ School underway
• Original training materials developed with NSIPS
(CBT, embedded help) are not current
• Heavy reliance on OJT at PSDs
• Substantially reduced waterfront support for training
• Reserves have some formal training for NSIPS
underway
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Current NSIPS Training Gaps
• PS/YN HPPR hosted by CSS from 1-4 Feb, 2011 – Fleet called for
reinstituting NSIPS training into the YN & PS ‘A’ Schools
• US Fleet Forces Command Action Item
•
Provide description of shore infrastructure to support pipeline training for
NSIPS…
• “Note: OJT is not an acceptable plan for maintaining ship's crew proficiency.“
• OPNAV N16 FIT Evaluation of Navy Personnel Systems revealed Fleet
knowledge gap for personnel systems and services
•
The lack of knowledge (training) results in confusion among Fleet users
regarding how to access and use personnel systems, such as the
Electronic Service Record
•
Formal training required for multiple Fleet user groups
•
Sailor/Command Pass Coordinator training/performance support needed
• Civilian and contractor personnel providing PSD services also need
NSIPS training
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Way Ahead - Major Training Tasks
Task Area
Lead
NTSP Update
PMW 240
Update Job, Duty, Task Analysis data for A-Schools
training
NETC N7
Update Job, Duty, Task Analysis data for non-ASchools training
PMW 240
NSIPS Embedded Help Update
PMW 240
NSIPS Job Aids and CBT (if needed)
PMW 240
Update Waterfront Training Support Materials
PMW 240
‘A’ School Curriculum Update
Center for Service Support
Develop Updates to Training Materials for new
capabilities
PMW 240
Conduct Fleet Introduction Training for new
capabilities
BUPERS
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Schedule
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Progress
1. Configured NSIPS “training” server for immediate use by NTTC
Meridian and Naval Justice School Det, SDiego
2. Established TRPPM Advisory Board
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MPT&E SMEs to guide the analysis
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Principals include: OPNAV N1BX, OPNAV N16, PMW 240
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Participants include: BUPERS 26, COMNAVRESFOR,
NPPSC, NETC N7, CSS
3. Identified Fleet “Top 10” NSIPS Training/Performance Support
priorities
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Beginning with Transfers/Receipts JPA
 Scheduled completion 28 SEP 12
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4. Developed POA&M
5. Began NTSP Update
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Next Steps
1.ISD analysis on next priority
1. Determine training/performance support medium
2. Produce training/performance support intervention
3. Repeat the process
2.Assess need for more E2E solution
1. Perhaps Sailor/CPC Front-End to NPPSC SOPs w/ PMW 240
Training/Performance Support Intervention
3.Finalize NSIPS NTSP Update
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Discussion, Questions?
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