IPPS-A R3 GO-LIVE IS HERE!
HR Professionals (and any user with a subcat role, to include those with the Commander’s bundle) have access as of 0900 EST on 20 December 2022.
On 3 January 2023, Leaders and Managers will have access to process, route or approve actions.
And on 9 January 2023, all service members will have self-service access.
Focus early on your priority of work items that need to be completed to ensure Soldiers get promoted as we begin to quickly regain accountability within the system.
IPPS-A team established 11 Go Live Cutover Support Team channels for S1/G1s/MPDs/HRC direct support. Please see attached Release 3 IPPS-A Capability Support.
Teams IPPS-A Go-Live Cutover Support channel(s): IPPS-A Go-Live Cutover Support
Helpdesk and Customer Relationship Management (CRM):
IPPS-A helpdesk: 1-844-HR-IPPSA (1-844-474-7772)
Here is some additional information on IPPS-A Go-Live and tasks associates with Go-Live events.
DA Selection Boards:
Please be advised that due to the Army’s transition to IPPS-A several legacy HR systems can no longer be updated. As a precaution the Army archived Record Briefs of all Soldiers who would meet a centralized selection board prior to April 2023. Record Briefs are not source documents, but we know they are used as a summary of information for selection boards. Soldiers that will be considered by a centralized board should view and certify their board files as laid out by the related MILPER. If significant discrepancies exist between one’s file and their Record Brief, they can submit a letter to the board highlighting those concerns. Soldiers should continue to submit documents to iPERMS, which was unaffected by the transition to IPPS-A. Board Members sitting on centralized selection boards are informed to not rely on the Record Brief for up-to-date critical information and, if needed, should review the Soldier’s iPERMs. By April 2023 centralized selection boards will be fed by IPPS-A data so please ensure that Service Member data is accurately captured in IPPS-A.
My POC for Selection Boards is LTC Michael Miller, Chief, DA Secretariat, at 502-613-8808, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The HRC Officer Promotions team will begin working backdated orders and future January Promotions at Go-Live! Any updates to Suspension of Favorable Personnel Actions (SFPAs) must be completed in IPPS-A no later than 29 December 2022, 1159 EST. The IPPS-A priority of work checklist requires this task is completed as a “day 1 task” at Go-Live. Succuss is important in preventing any erroneous promotions. The Officer Promotions, Special Actions Team is working in accordance with the same timeline in the effort to add or remove all HQDA Flags.
The monthly MILPER for Officer AC and AGR promotions are anticipated for release NLT 23 December to the HRC website: https://www.hrc.army.mil/milper.
IPPS-A changes the way an officer receives their promotion order. An order is not generated in IPPS-A until the effective date of promotion if all eligibility is met. Therefore, the Officer Promotions list will continue to be posted on the milSuite site to provide units visibility of projected promotions: https://www.milsuite.mil/book/community/spaces/apf/s1net/promotionsofficers/officerpromotionorders. Units can use the projected list to plan for the execution of ceremonies assuming all other eligibility is met.
My POC for Officers Promotions is MAJ Crystal Moore, Promotion Branch, at 502-613-8654, email@example.com. The Officers Promotions mailbox is: firstname.lastname@example.org
The HRC Enlisted Promotions team will begin working backdated orders and future January Promotions at Go-Live! Any updates to Suspension of Favorable Personnel Actions (SFPAs) must be completed in IPPS-A no later than 29 December 2022, 1159 EST. The IPPS-A priority of work checklist requires this task is completed as a “day 1 task” at Go-Live. Succuss is important in preventing any erroneous promotions. The Enlisted Promotions Team is working in accordance with the same timeline in the effort to add or remove all HQDA Flags.
See attached IPPS-A Promotion Consideration Roster cheat sheet HERE.
January Enlisted Promotion Lists
AC SR Enlisted By-Name & Sequence Number List posted 20 December 2022 https://www.hrc.army.mil/content/1175
AGR/RC SR Enlisted By-Name & Sequence Number List posted 20 December 2022 https://www.hrc.army.mil/content/11628
AC JR Enlisted Cutoff & By-Name Promotion List posted 20 December 2022 https://www.hrc.army.mil/content/5784
AGR JR Enlisted Cutoff, By-Name & PPRL posted 20 December 2022 https://www.hrc.army.mil/content/21832
IPPS-A changes the way Soldiers receive their promotion order. An order is not generated in IPPS-A until the effective date of promotion if all eligibility is met. Therefore, Enlisted Promotions will continue to be posted on the HRC Enlisted Promotions site to provide units visibility of projected promotions: Enlisted Promotions. Units can use the projected list to plan for the execution of ceremonies assuming all other eligibility requirements are met.
HR Professionals at the unit level need to ensure that all promotion transactions (waivers/reductions) that should have occurred during the brownout are completed in IPPS-A. Decentralized promotions that were effective in November 2022 have to be reviewed and corrected (adjust DORs), as needed. See attached IPPS-A Decentralized enlisted promotion catch up task cheat sheet HERE.
My POC for Enlisted Promotions is SGM Nephoteria O’Meally, at 502-613-9015/9013, email@example.com.
Servicemembers must log into iPERMS with a DoD certificate/CAC using the EAMS-A login option to successfully initiate, view and or complete Record Reviews. The DS LOGON option cannot be utilized to initiate or complete Record Review tasks.
Effective 16 December 2022, SRB upload is no longer required to initiate a Personnel Record Review (PRR) in iPERMS.
All record briefs are being transferred from eMILPO to iPERMS in preparation for IPPS-A R3 and eMILPO going offline 27 December.
Per MILPER Message 22-318, Soldiers will execute a new, signed and verified DD Form 93 when there is a change in any item except unit (block 3b.), which includes, but is not limited to, marriage, divorce, or the addition of children or if changes are required (other than block 3.b. Unit /Duty Station). If there are no changes, it is not required to submit a new DD 93. During the annual PRR, the Soldier will select “DD 93 Accurate” from the dropdown and digitally sign the record review using the Common Access Card once the review is complete.
Send PRR inquires to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For iPERMS technical issues please email: email@example.com or call (502) 608-0217. For iPERMS functional issues related to missing documents, duplicate documents, record reviews, iPERMS access request, etc. please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
My POC for the AMHRR is Mr. Nathan L. May, Chief, Army Soldier Records Branch, at 502-613-8989, email@example.com.
CACs will refer to the Soldier Talent Profile (STP) and Person Profile within IPPS-A for Soldier data information. The Soldier Talent Profile and Person Profile will replace the SRB/ORB/ERB. Please see attached IPPS-A R3 CAC Cheat sheet HERE.
My POC for DD93 and Casualty Ops is MAJ Steven Keister, Chief, Casualty and Mortuary Affairs Branch, at 502-613-8341, firstname.lastname@example.org. The Casualty and Mortuary Affairs Operation Division mailbox is: email@example.com.
The Transition Processing (TRANSPROC) system will be unavailable from 2100 hrs EST, 23 December 2022 to 1630 hrs EST, 9 January 2023 to perform deployment of the Installation Support Module (ISM) release for the new IPPS-A R3 interface. This will delay the production of DD214, DD215, and office computations until after 9 January.
My POC for Transitions Services is Ms. Theresa Ringle, Transition Policy, at 502-613-8570, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for all your support in getting IPPS-A to the Go-Live point and catching the system back up to accuracy. Your hard work does not go unnoticed!
BG Gregory S. Johnson
The Adjutant General of the Army/
CG, Physical Disability Agency/
Executive Director, MPSA
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