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MSG Grant from the DA Secretariat’s office visited the US Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center & School (USAJFKSWCS) at Fort Bragg, NC in early May 2019 to provide an overview on the Enlisted Selection Board Process.
From left to right: SGM Luther, USAJFKSWCS G-1 SGM; SFC Molina, USAJFKSWCS G-1 SR HR SGT; MSG Grant, DA Secretariat; SGT Allen, USAJFKSWCS G-1 HR SGT; and SSG Cox, USAJFKSWCS G-1 HR SGT.
The new leadership in the U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center & School (USAJFKSWCS) G-1 hosted its first working group to Washington D.C for Human Resources (HR) specialists to introduce new systems, processes, and preparation for the IPPS-A implementation and USAJFKSWCS restructure.
CW3 Whitaker, IPPS-A Functional Management Division Chief, explained how IPPS-A will deliver visibility over the entire force and maximize the potential of the Army’s greatest asset, the Soldier, to enhance Army readiness. It will improve access, timeliness and accuracy (auditability) of personnel and pay information for the Total Army integrating more than 30 current systems; eliminating more than 300 interfaces; ensuring secure, consistent processes and data; and meeting required standards.
In addition, when fully deployed, IPPS-A will offer a variety of benefits to Soldiers, HR Professionals, Leaders and Commanders to include multi-Component visibility, a comprehensive personnel and pay record, integrated personnel, pay and talent management capabilities, Soldier online self-service portal, near real-time 24/7 global online access, reduction in processing time, one-time data entry, and auditability.