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RMKS/1. Dominance of the maritime domain requires innovation and forward
thinking. With investments in platforms, weapons and technologies to meet
evolving operational conditions, it is imperative that we invest in our most
essential warfighting asset, our people. Talent management and modern
development approaches are required to attract, develop, train and retain the
best and fully qualified Sailors in our Navy.
2. To meet this challenge Navy Personnel Command (NPC) has established the
Talent Management Task Force (TMTF) to launch a series of Performance
Evaluation Transformation and Talent Management (PET-TM) programs and
initiatives. The TMTF is divided into four talent management lines of
operation: Talent Development and Retention, Performance Management,
Succession Planning and Career Development and Management. The TMTF end
state is to ensure effective Sailor development that retains the best and
fully qualified Sailors, in the right assignments, to maximize the
warfighting effectiveness of the Navy.
3. TMTF is working on five key PET-TM programs and initiatives briefly
described below, which will be implemented in the coming months and years.
a. eNavFit. As a replacement to NAVFIT98A, this online and offline web-
enabled performance appraisal interface will be available for both connected
and disconnected operations. Access will be through BUPERS Online (BOL) and
NPC document services to support online evaluation and fitness report
drafting, routing, review and submission. eNavFit will further serve as a
bridge toward the larger long-term goal of a fully transformed performance
evaluation system concurrent with the fielding of Navy Personnel and Pay
System (NP2) full operational capability. Leveraging TMTF collaboration with
Fleet and TYCOMs, follow-on studies are in progress at Naval Postgraduate
School to ensure future changes to the performance evaluation system are
directly related to job performance. Additionally, TMTF will study various
attributes of an evaluation to include duration of reports, numerical grades,
promotion recommendations and distinct rankings/breakouts.
b. Update to BUPERSINST 1610.10F, Navy Performance Evaluation
System. An update to BUPERSINST 1610.10F incorporates the inclusion of
eNavFit, rescinds administrative change requests to be submitted within two
years of the performance evaluation end date, introduces the use of coaching
skills to performance counseling conversations and mandates the completion of
mid-term performance counseling.
c. Mid-term performance counseling. The initiative clarifies the
requirement to conduct timely mid-term performance counseling, provides
training, encourages the use of coaching behaviors and introduces the
Military Individual Development Plan (NAVPERS 1610/19) and Mid-term
Performance Counseling Checklist (NAVPERS 1610/20).
d. MyNavy Coaching. MyNavy Coaching is an initiative to build and
sustain a coaching culture within the Navy. MyNavy Coaching is focused on
active listening, empathy and asking powerful questions for Sailors to engage
in peer-to-peer coaching conversations.
e. Navy Command Leadership Assessment and Selection Program
(NCLASP). NCLASP is an effort to create a more effective process to select
future Navy leaders by including psychological assessments, cognitive
aptitude tests, communication skills, and personality attributes known to be
associated with effective leadership into the leadership selection
process. To date, Navy Expeditionary Combat Command, Naval Special Warfare
and Naval Submarine Force communities have participated in NCLASP pilots to
select future leaders. Lessons learned from these pilots will pave the way
for a comprehensive roll out across other communities with a program tailored
to the unique needs of each TYCOM while maintaining the gold standards of
personnel selection science.
4. eNavFit will be the first PET-TM initiative to be released.
eNavFit consolidates the functionality of NAVFIT98A into a web-enabled
performance evaluation. Sailors will be able to draft, electronically submit
and sign performance evaluations for submission to the Sailors official
military personnel file in a matter of days. The functionality of eNavFit
will improve report accuracy, timeliness and quality as well as reduce
evaluation processing, submission errors and routing delays. NPC will deploy
eNavFit to the Reserve Component in December 2021 and deploy to the Active
Component in early 2022. BUPERSINST 1610.10F will be released soon and will
include policy for eNavFit.
5. eNavFit has been designed for the following operational conditions.
a. Connected operations. For Sailors in a standard office environment
with regular internet connectivity.
b. Connected and disconnected operations. For Sailors or commands that
are underway or have limited internet connectivity. Sailors will be able to
work offline and periodically upload and submit completed reports via BOL
when connectivity is available.
c. Disconnected operations. For commands entirely offline with legacy
ability to print, wet sign and mail completed reports to NPC.
6. Performance evaluation training materials, an eNavFit user guide and
quick reference cards can be found via the NPC website at
7. For questions concerning any of these PET-TM programs and initiatives,
contact the MyNavy Career Center (MNCC) at (833) 833- MNCC or via e-mail at
8. This NAVADMIN will remain in effect until superseded or canceled,
whichever occurs first.
9. Released by Vice Admiral John B. Nowell, Jr, N1.//