Sea Warrior Program Increases Efficiency of Detailing and Recruiting
Published, June 25, 2012
In 2006, the Chief of Naval Personnel requested that the Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research, Development and Acquisition appoint the Program Executive Office for Enterprise Information Systems as the lead for affordable business information technology delivery and incremental capabilities. The resulting Sea Warrior Program began operating in September 2007 with the mission of coordinating manpower, personnel, training and education, IT development, acquisition and life cycle maintenance under a single systems command and program office. Sea Warrior Program IT products touch Sailors every day. ...
In the career and manpower management area, Sailors use the Career Management System/Interactive Detailing (CMS/ID) to submit their own job applications via the Internet. This has given Sailors more direct control over their orders while reducing manual paperwork for career counselors and detailers, saving time and money. On average, 16,500 applications per month come through CMS/ID.
The Personalized Recruiting for Immediate and Delayed Enlistment Modernization (PRIDE MOD) supports the Navy Recruiting Command's real-time recruiting process by providing full web-enabled communication with Navy and DoD partners throughout the accession process. PRIDE MOD, which processes approximately 6,000 recruiting applications per month, enables five applications, including the U.S. Military Entrance Processing Command's system, to communicate almost instantly via the web and a shared data environment.
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