DETAILING MARKETPLACE ASSIGNMENT POLICY PHASE I UPDATE:
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NARR/REF A IS NAVADMIN 280/21, DETAILING MARKETPLACE ASSIGNMENT POLICY
REF B IS NAVADMIN 234/08, SEA SHORE FLOW ENLISTED CAREER PATHS.
REF C IS NAVADMIN 274/19, SEA SHORE FLOW ENLISTED CAREER PATHS UPDATE.
RMKS/1. This NAVADMIN provides additional details and guidance regarding
Detailing Marketplace Assignment Policy (DMAP) to ensure more Sailors and
commands can benefit.
a. In addition to afloat commands benefitting from experienced and
motivated Sailors staying at sea, DMAP plank owners selected in the recent
inaugural MyNavy Assignment (MNA) cycle will:
(1) Receive an increase in pay through advancement from E4 to E5, if
not already E5.
(2) Collect a monthly monetary incentive, Detailing Marketplace
Incentive Pay (DMIP), in addition to collecting sea pay and sea pay premium.
(3) Remain in the same homeport on the ship or squadron where they
trained as an Apprentice Sailor if selected for Command Advance to Position
(4) Earn an advantage in MNA for a follow-on shore tour assignment
after completing their journeyman (E5) sea tour.
b. Sailors within the DMAP Phase I ratings (ABF, ABH, CS and
GSM) should anticipate maximum flexibility in determining who meets the
requirements of reference (a) and minimum friction in accepting a DMAP plus-
three sea tour. The MyNavy HR team will interpret every requirement within
all DMAP policy guidance to ensure the greatest possible participation.
2. Projected Rotation Date (PRD) Adjustments. Effective immediately,
Enlisted Distribution Division (PERS-40) will adjust PRDs to a 48-month tour
for all E5 and E5 eligible Sailors within the DMAP Phase I ratings who are
serving in their initial Continental United States (CONUS) sea tour. This
4.f of reference (a) and alleviates the administrative burden on activities
by no longer requiring submission of Electronic Personnel Action Request
(NAVPERS 1306/7) for DMAP Sailors.
3. PRD Assignments for New Accession Sailors. Effective immediately, all
CONUS sea duty accession orders for Sailors in the DMAP Phase I ratings will
be written for an initial 48-month sea tour. Sailors who do not qualify for
a journeyman (E5) sea tour after serving 3 years on their first sea tour will
have their PRDs adjusted to align with their soft end of active obligated
This replaces paragraph 4.b in reference (a) and aligns with the DMAP four-
4. CA2P. To nominate a Sailor for CA2P, activities must submit a member
realignment request (MRR) in MNA prior to or within the first
3 weeks of the next MNA cycle (i.e., prior to the end of the upcoming MNA
scrub phase). PERS-40 will validate that the activity has a current or
projected E5 funded billet vacancy and then Sailors will be ranked based on
their most recent E5 examination final multiple score. If DMAP quotas are
available (see paragraph 6), Sailors will:
a. Be approved for CA2P.
b. Be realigned to a valid E5 billet.
c. Have their PRD extended for a 3 year journeyman (E5) tour or a 7 year
total initial sea tour (whichever is later).
d. Be frocked to E5 upon completion of agreement to obligate additional
service as described above.
e. Be advanced to E5 upon completion of required training and placement
into a valid E5 billet.
(1) Commands can frock Sailors to E5 as soon as CA2P approval is
received and the Sailor has obligated service through their extended PRD,
either through reenlistment or extension of enlistment.
(2) Sailors will advance to E5 and begin receiving E5 pay upon
filling the E5 billet and will receive DMIP for the last three years on sea
duty. Transaction support centers will effect advancement to E5 upon
receiving the required key supporting documents.
(3) Instructions on how to submit an MRR, as well as a general list
of eligibility requirements, can be found on the Detailing Marketplace
webpage of the MyNavy HR website at:
(4) The full MNA schedule is available on the detailing marketplace
webpage listed above. The first 3 weeks of the upcoming MNA cycles (i.e.,
the scrub phase) are provided below:
6 - 24 June 2022
8 - 28 August 2022
3 - 21 October 2022
5 - 22 December 2022
(5) MNA does not allow activities to submit an MRR for Sailors who
are within their order negotiation window (i.e., within
12 months of their PRD). When operational requirements or PRD adjustments
described in paragraph 2 above prevent MRR submissions prior to the order
negotiation window, activities can submit CA2P nominations via email to
email@example.com. If the request is approved, actions will be executed
in alignment with paragraph 4.
5. Sailors on Second Sea Tour. E5 eligible Sailors (i.e., E4 Sailors who
have passed the most recent E5 Navy wide advancement
exam) and E5 Sailors in a DMAP Phase I rating who are on their second sea
tour are eligible for DMAP incentives in return for a 3 year extension to the
prescribed sea tour length listed in references (b) and (c). This provides
additional advancement opportunities to E5 eligible Sailors prior to hitting
E4 high year tenure. It also provides additional geographic stability
options for Sailors desiring to remain in their current homeport. This is an
expansion of eligibility described in paragraphs 1 and 4 of reference (a).
6. DMAP Quotas. The number of DMAP quotas available (i.e., the number of
Sailors that can be on a plus-three sea tour) for each Phase I rating depends
on the number of sea and shore duty billets the rating needs to fill. DMAP
intends to fill sea duty billets that would remain unmanned under sea shore
flow (SSF). MyNavy HR intends to phase in the number of Sailors on a plus-
(E5) sea tour across several years to ensure a smooth transition from SSF to
DMAP, provide opportunity fairness and avoid a large movement of Sailors from
sea to shore at the end of their plus-three journeyman (E5) sea tour.
7. Additional Considerations. DMAP represents a major paradigm shift in how
the Navy mans the Fleet. As such, MyNavy HR intends to collect data and
feedback to help inform future adjustments to DMAP.
Sailor and command flexibility and feedback remain key enablers to ensuring
success. To that end, the following considerations are
a. Tour Extensions. The transition from SSF to DMAP may require PERS-40
to extend Sailors in their current shore duty assignment to ensure proper
manning of critical shore activities and to maximize the alignment between
Sailor and billet rating and paygrade.
b. C-School Quota Management. DMAP Sailors approved for CA2P or A2P who
require training prior to filling a journeyman (E5) sea duty billet will be
given priority placement in the appropriate C- school to the maximum extent
c. Pulse Surveys. MyNavy HR intends to send pulse surveys to DMAP Phase
I Sailors who negotiated for orders after each MNA cycle.
This gives Sailors the opportunity to provide direct feedback that will be
used in future policy development.
d. Command Triad Feedback. Command triads are encouraged to provide
feedback, lessons learned and suggested improvements through their immediate
superior in command and type commanders.
8. Points of Contact
a. For specific rate/rating/Navy enlisted classification questions and
concerns, Sailors should contact their respective community manager or
b. For general career information, including questions about DMIP,
Advance to Position and CA2P, contact MyNavy Career Center contact center at
833-330-MNCC (6622) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
c. For DMAP questions, contact the MyNavy HR DMAP team at
9. This message will remain in effect until superseded or canceled.
10. Released by Vice Admiral John B. Nowell, Jr, N1.//