MY NAVY PORTAL BETA LAUNCH:
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SUBJ/MY NAVY PORTAL BETA LAUNCH//
RMKS/1. Navy is set to launch a beta release of My Navy Portal (MNP)
17 February 2017. This new portal was designed by Sailors and is intended to
become the central location for Sailors to access all of their personnel
information, and to manage their careers from start to finish.
2. This initial release is a beta, with limited functionality. Today, the
content and applications Sailors need is spread across multiple websites.
Over time, all of that capability will be integrated into MNP, which will
serve as the single point of entry for Sailor self-service capabilities. The
beta release will provide select Sailors access to their career data through
a framework of eleven career & life events (CLE), including their Physical
Readiness Information Management System and Official Military Personnel File.
Additionally, Sailors will be able to access the most popular Navy Knowledge
Online (NKO) content, Navy Advancement Center, Navy schools and learning
centers, personnel qualification standards, and general military training.
MNP also provides interactive resources such as separation and retirement
timelines, travel checklists, advancement and promotion resources, Sailor and
family support, plus CLE-specific glossaries, acronym finders, and frequently
asked questions. MNP also provides links to Career Management System-
Interactive Detailing, electronic training jacket, joint services transcript,
Navy eLearning, Navy Credential Opportunities Online, Navy Standard
Integrated Personnel System (electronic service record and eLeave),
Pay/Personnel Standard Operating Procedures, U.S. Navy awards, and more.
Those Sailors who are beta testers will be notified by email. Upon
completion of the beta test, MNP will be launched fleet-wide and will be
available to all Sailors as the central online location for their personnel
3. MNP is a common access card (CAC) enabled website optimized for modern
web browsers including Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Google Chrome.
Sailors can view the public homepage at https://my.navy.mil. This page will
provide links to many of the websites Sailors use today. From the homepage,
Sailors can access the CAC-enabled MNP website. There are currently
challenges for platforms with limited, low, or intermittent
bandwidth/connectivity. We are diligently working to improve Sailor access
and use in these environments.
4. Starting with the beta release in February, MNP will be deployed in
phases, adding capability and functionality over time. With each quarterly
release of MNP, Sailors will see continued improvement and functionality.
MNP is expected to be fully operational in 2020 and be a self-service
solution for the personnel needs of the Sailor.
5. Fleet feedback is very important to MNP development, especially during
the beta test. As such, any Fleet user may and is encouraged to explore MNP
beta capability and provide detailed comments and recommendations using the
feedback option located at the bottom right of every MNP page. If Sailors
experience difficulty logging on to MNP, please email MNP_Helpdesk@navy.mil
6. More information about MNP can be found on the MNP help tab and on the
Navy Personnel Command Career Toolbox website at
7. With the launch of MNP beta, NKO is tentatively scheduled to be retired
after data migration and the spring Navy Wide Advancement Exam Cycle,
expected spring 2017. The NKOs Navy eLearning Center content and communities
of practice will be restructured and updated on MNP.
8. Point of contact is LCDR Eric Smith, OPNAV (N16), who can be reached at
(703) 604-5747/DSN 664 or via e-mail at email@example.com.
9. Released by Vice Admiral, R. P. Burke, N1.//