Even in 2013 ... via Mark D. Faram at NavyTimes;
The following mandate went out Tuesday via the official Navy Detailer’s Facebook page: Sailors must now log in to “most Navy systems” every 30 days or their accounts will be deactivated. A reactivation will require a call to the Navy and Marine Corps Internet help desk (and possibly a long wait).YHGTBSM.
The Facebook post fails to mention which websites will require regular logins. However, the Navy Reserve posted a list of 18 sites (provided below) that are impacted by this new policy. Three of those sites are reserve specific. The rest impact everyone in uniform.The Navy Reserve posted the following list of websites and applications requiring monthly logins:
Career Management System/Interactive Detailing
DEERS Verification/Self Service
Defense Travel System
Enterprise Safety Applications Management Systems
Navy College Program
Navy Education and Training Command
Navy Family Accountability and Assessment System
Navy Knowledge Online
Navy Reserve Data Warehouse
Navy Reserve Order Writing System
Navy Reserve Readiness Module
Navy Standard Integrated Personnel System
Total Workforce Management Services
Travel Risk Planning System
I'm sorry - can we have someone gibbeted as a warning to others?
Not torqued of about the tail wagging the teeth enough yet? Check the incredibly wrong headed attitude of the Facebook post. The Millington Diktat delenda est.
They even advertise that NMCI customer service blows. What's next? DTS slamathon?
I know CNP is a P-3 bubba soaked in lots of bandwidth and all ... but dude; someone between the good-idea fairy in the N6 Dept and N00 didn't say, "Stop, this is stupid."?
Hat tip Chap.