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  1. MNP-EPP ENLISTED PROMOTION & ADVANCEMENT MANAGEMENT

  2. Overview Presentation Objectives You will understand the following EPP functions: • ePAM Overview • Advancements/Criteria • Promotion Packets • Live 4100 Points • NYARNG Form 624-1 • Zone Selections • Promotion/Criteria • Priority of Fill • Selections • STABs • Review Eligibility • View Order of Merit List

  3. References • AR 600-8-19, Enlisted Promotions and Reductions dated 30 April 2010, RAR 001, 27 December 2011 • NGR 600-200, Enlisted Personnel Management, dated 31 July 2009 • NYARNG Reg 600-2, Military Personnel New York Army National Guard (NYARNG) Enlisted Personnel Management System, dated 30 October 2012 • ARNG-HRH Policy Memorandum 10-041, Announcement of Changes for Senior Enlisted Promotion Boards, dated 06 August 2010 • Memorandum, Army Directive 2013-15 (Noncommissioned Officer Promotions), dated 01July 2013

  4. ENLISTED PROMOTION & ADVANCEMENT MANAGEMENT (ePAM)

  5. AR 600-8-19, Enlisted Promotions and Reductions, dated 30 April 2010 (RAR) 27 December 2011 Unit Commanders are responsible for advancing Soldiers. ePAM provides advancement rosters. These rosters are updated daily. ePAM also provides waiver dates. Soldiers in the grade of E1, E2, and E3, may be advanced to the next higher grade when they meet time in grade and other requirements established by AR 600-8-19. ADVANCEMENTS

  6. Eligibility criteria for promotion to PV2, PFC, and SPC will be as follows: The promotion to PV2 requirement is 6 months TIS (4 months w/waiver). The promotion to PFC requirements are 12 months TIS and 4 months TIMIG (6 months TIS and 2 months TIG w/waiver) . The promotion to SPC requirements are 24 months TIS and 6 months TIMIG (18 months TIS and 3 months TIG w/waiver) Must have a current passing APFT and be MOSQ not 09B1O ADVANCEMENTS

  7. ADMIN ACTIONS: All Soldiers must not be flagged or barred from reenlistment. Any Soldier previously reduced must be fully qualified (without waiver) for promotion to the next higher grade. Units will initiate a Personnel Action Request (PAR) in RCAS and publish Enlisted Promotion orders for all advancements. When the MILPO Order is published the SIDPERS (11g) transaction will be processed and the order will be placed in the Soldiers iPERMS file. ADVANCEMENTS

  8. If a unit CDR elects not to advance a Soldier who meets requirements without a waiver they must follow the procedures outlined in AR 600-8-19, Chapter 2. Effective date and DOR are the same. This applies for advancement and reduction. The day the order is published will be the effective date of the order. Any requests to backdate the effective date must be submitted in memo format to MNP-EPP with justification as to why the order was not published in a timely manner. ADVANCEMENTS

  9. The MILPO is the final approval authority for all requests to backdate. Reduction authority for SPC/CPL and below is the Company CDR. Reductions will also be processed as a MILPO order in RCAS and automatically input into SIDPERS (11g) and the Soldiers iPERMS file. All supporting documents will be maintained at the BN level as per AR 600-8-19 chapter 10 ADVANCEMENTS/ REDUCTIONS

  10. ADVANCEMENTS

  11. LIVE 4100 POINTS

  12. GENERAL CRITERIA FOR PROMOTION TIMIG, TIS, and NCOES Requirements for Promotion Table 7–1 – AR 600-8-19

  13. STRUCTURED SELF-DEVELOPMENT (SSD) Army Directive adds new eligibility and promotion requirements for NCO’s starting 1 January 2014: E4 to E5 - Will be placed on the promotion list but will not be selected or promoted until they have SSD 1 complete. E6 to E7 - Will not be considered for promotion until SSD 3 is complete. (will not make promotion list) E7 to E8 - Will not be considered for promotion until SSD 4 is complete. (will not make promotion list)

  14. Differences E4-E6 & E7-E9 • E4-E6 still uses the Points System. This process has not changed (Appendix K, NYARNG 600-2, October 2012). • OML will show Soldiers in the order of the points they received. Points will be on OML. • E7-E9 now uses National Guard Automated Board System (NGABS) • E7-E9 will show Soldiers in the order of merit in which the board selected.

  15. JUNIOR NCO FOLLOW APPENDIX K of NYARNG Reg 600-2, Oct 2012

  16. SENIOR NCO PROMOTIONS “Soldiers are their best personnel clerk” • Review iPERMS for the following: • NCOER/Evaluation • AWARDS • MILITARY Education – 40hrs or more • CIVILIAN Education – accredited schools only • Review ERB for the following: • AWARDS • MILITARY Education • CIVILIAN Education • ASSIGNMENT History

  17. SENIOR NCO PROMOTIONS “Soldiers are their best personnel clerk” • Ensure the following are completed: • · 4100 is completed • · Current APFT • · Current Weapons Qualification • · Updates to SIDPERS • · Updates to iPERMS • · Ensure no gaps in NCOERs • · Ensure Security Clearance is current • · Ensure DA Photo is current and matches theirERB

  18. SENIOR NCO PROMOTIONS “Soldiers are their best personnel clerk” Letter to the Board IAW AR 600-8-19 Para 7-32 Soldiers may write to the president of the promotion board and are encouraged to do so, only when something is not provided or if the Soldier feels will effect the board deliberation.

  19. BASELINE

  20. ELIGIBILITY

  21. EPP PACKET • The EPP PACKET Consist of the following documents: • NGB Form 4100-1B-R-E (E6 – E9) or NGB Form 4100-1-R-E (E4-E5) • NYARNG Form 624-1 (EPM Soldier Worksheet) • NYARNG Form 624-2 (E4 Leader Appraisal Worksheet) or NYARNG Form 624-3 (E5 Leader Appraisal Worksheet) if applicable. • NYARNG Form 624-4 (Request / Nomination for 1SG) if applicable • NYARNG Form 624-5 (Request / Nomination for CSM) if applicable

  22. ENLISTED PROMOTION PROGRAM (EPP) • PRIORTIY OF FILL E4-E5 AND E5-E6: • 1ST - LATERAL(EXCESS/OVERGRADE) • 2ND - NEXT ELIGIBLE FROM EPP • UNIT • BATTALION • GOCOM • STATE

  23. ENLISTED PROMOTION PROGRAM (EPP) • PRIORTIY OF FILL E4-E5 AND E5-E6: • 3RD – THIRD PRIORITY. In the absence of qualified Soldiers in the correct grade for positions authorized in grades SGT through MSG, the immediate (or higher level) commander may temporarily assign the best-qualified individual available. • 4TH - NEXT ELIGIBLE FROM EPP ONE GRADE LOWER

  24. ENLISTED PROMOTION PROGRAM (EPP) PRIORTIY OF FILL E7 through E9: • 1ST - LATERAL(EXCESS/OVERGRADE) • 2ND - NEXT ELIGIBLE FROM EPP *IN STATE ZONE*

  25. ENLISTED PROMOTION PROGRAM (EPP) PRIORTIY OF FILL E7 through E9: • 3RD – THIRD PRIORITY. In the absence of qualified Soldiers in the correct grade for positions authorized in grades SGT through MSG, the immediate (or higher level) commander may temporarily assign the best-qualified individual available. • 4TH - NEXT ELIGIBLE FROM EPP ONE GRADE LOWER

  26. SELECTIONS

  27. SELECTIONS • HOW SELECTIONS ARE MADE: • Once a vacancy is determined a second priority fill the selection is added into the Enlisted Promotion and Advancement Management system • Upon order of received MNP-EPP will make selection of the next soldier that is within tolerance at the time of the selection. • Once the selection is made a automatic email is sent out the Soldier with a selection letter. The Selection letter will have a suspense in which the Soldier must accept or decline the promotion.

  28. SELECTIONS • HOW SELECTIONS ARE MADE: • A separate email is also sent to the Soldier’s COC notifying them of the selection and anything needed for the completion of the promotion ie: extension or clearance. • Once the Soldier is fully eligible for promotion the promotion authority will publish the promotion order as of the date the Soldier became fully eligible.

  29. STABS

  30. Legitimate STABS • MOS • Administrative error by Soldier’s Chain of Command or MNP • Whose unit disbanded or reorganized due to force structure changes, causing Soldier to reclassify or change zones for promotion consideration.

  31. STABs The following reasons do not constitute a STAB: • Incorrect points for date on NGB Form 4100-1-R-E and other records, which the Soldier reviewed prior to the date, the original board date. • Soldiers who transfer from another component after the convening date of the board. These Soldiers must wait until the next regularly scheduled promotion board before they are eligible to be considered. • Changing Primary MOS for upward mobility

  32. STABs • STAB’s will be signed by the Battalion Commander or CSM, or higher, and forwarded with supporting documentation to MNP-PAR. Requests are then uploaded into ePAM. • If the STAB is approved and results in a Soldier being selected for promotion, the Soldiers DOR cannot be any earlier than when the request was received in MNP or the date the Soldier accepted the promotion and meets all promotion criteria.

  33. ORDER OF MERIT LIST (OML)

  34. To gain access to the MNP-AKO Homepage type the following Link: https://www.us.army.mil/suite/page/553732 Login with AKO user name and password Save link to favorites MNP PORTAL WEB PAGE

  35. https://www.us.army.mil/suite/page/553732 CLICK HERE

  36. Link to all Current FY EPP Guidance

  37. MNP EPP Points of Contact SFC Brian Manny Enlisted Promotion Program Manager • 272-4018 Email: brian.g.manny.mil@mail.mil SSG Shasta Carver Human Resources Assistant (518) 272-3571 Email: shasta.a.carver.mil@mail.mil SGT Shirley Charles Human Resources Assistant (518) 270-1544 Email: shirley.m.charles.mil@mail.mil