Performance Evaluation

 

Mission Statement

The Mission of the Performance Evaluations Branch is to support the Navy’s objectives of selecting and detailing only the best and most fully qualified individuals to positions of increased trust and responsibility.  This branch ensures that the performance portion of the Official Military Personnel File (OMPF) is accurate and up-to-date.
 

To achieve this objective, enlisted performance evaluations and officer fitness reports are examined, corrected, supplemented, amended, removed and added to the Master Data File as directed by the Secretary of the Navy.

URGENT FITREP NOTES!!

1. eNavFit is the Navy’s new interface for conducting evaluations and fitness reports. As a replacement for NAVFIT98A, eNavFit is the initial step in transforming the Navy’s performance evaluation process and serves as a bridge to future improvements. (For complete information click here eNavFit.)

2. Requirement for Special Adverse Evaluation/Fitness report for COVID-19 vaccination refusal or denied exemption. (Please read NAVADMIN 256/21) 

 
3. COVID-19 update for signatures. 
PERS-32 is receiving a high number of reports with the Signature of Reporting Senior and Signature of individual evaluated not IAW BUPERSINST 1610.10F, page 1-24 and 1-25 and thereby increasing our rejection rate. Currently all requirements in BUPERINST 1610.10F remain in effect, but if you can't obtain the signature of member, rater or senior rater, follow guidance of Chapter 14 (Signatures). Reports missing the reporting senior's signature, will be rejected. Computer generated signatures do not meet the intent of “use black or blue-black ink”.  The guidance for signatures stated below:

4. EVAL BLOCK 50 and FITREP/CHIEFEVAL BLOCK 45 (SIGNATURE OF REPORTING SENIOR) 
The reporting senior whose name appears in block 22 must sign all reports. By direction, for, acting, ghosted, stamped, or facsimile signatures are not allowed. Use black or blue-black ink.

5. EVAL BLOCK 51 and FITREP/CHIEFEVAL BLOCK 46 (SIGNATURE OF INDIVIDUAL EVALUATED)
After reviewing the report, the members will check the box indicating their intention to submit or not to submit a statement and sign and date all copies. Use black or blue-black ink.


6. Navy Wide EVAL/FITREP Reject Rate Trending Higher (Please view details in Rejected Reports Trends).

 


BUPERS INSTRUCTIONS
NEW MESSAGES
  • NAVADMIN 004/22
    ENAVFIT AVAILABILITY FOR ACTIVE COMPONENT AS ALTERNATIVE TO NAVFIT98A

  • NAVADMIN 272/21
    PUBLICATION OF BUPERSINST 1610.10F (EVALMAN)

  • NAVADMIN 256/21
    CCDA GUIDANCE ON ADVERSE FITNESS REPORTS FOR REFUSAL OF VACCINE

  • NAVADMIN 255/21
    GUIDANCE FOR 2021 PERIODIC FIRST CLASS PETTY OFFICER EVALUATIONS

  • NAVADMIN 137/20
    NAVY PERFORMANCE EVALUATION SYSTEM (CH-1) 

  • NAVADMIN 279/19
    PUBLICATION OF BUPERSINST 1610.10E (EVALMAN)

  • NAVADMIN 312/18
    ADVANCEMENT POLICY UPDATE - Reporting seniors shall incorporate their post summary group (PSG) RSCA score for E-5 and E-6 reports into evaluation Block 43, as a required admin comment, beginning the date of release of this NAVADMIN. RSCA shall be listed as the last line of the comment section.

  • NAVADMIN 157/17
    ACTIVE COMPONENT LIMITED DUTY OFFICER AND CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER FITNESS REPORT OFFICER SUMMARY GROUPS

  • NAVADMIN 218/16
    NAVY RATING MODERNIZATION

PHYSICAL READINESS PROGRAM (Policy Changes)
  • NAVADMIN 071/20

    PHYSICAL READINESS POLICY UPDATE (COVID-19)

  • NAVADMIN 304/17
    PHYSICAL READINESS PROGRAM POLICY CHANGE

  • NAVADMIN 061/16
    PHYSICAL READINESS PROGRAM POLICY CHANGES UPDATE 2: EVALUATION POLICY

  • NAVADMIN 233/15
    PHYSICAL READINESS PROGRAM POLICY CHANGES UPDATE 1: ENLISTED POLICIES AND REQUIREMENT FOR SPECIAL PERFORMANCE EVALUATIONS

URGENT NAVFIT98A ISSUE WITH MICROSOFT ACCESS!!
It appears as though NMCI has implemented new network access restrictions that have negatively impacted NAVFIT98A functionality. From what NWIC/SPAWAR has determined, NAVFIT98A is unable to open the ACCESS database residing on a network server location. This is not a NAVFIT98A issue, it is an NMCI-driven privilege and/or permissions issue.
 
However, we have identified a workaround. For your NAVFIT98A to function properly, you must:
   1. Copy the NAVFIT98A ACCESS database file from the network and put it on the local machine’s hard drive.
   2. Launch NAVFIT98A and open the database file that was copied to the local machine’s hard drive and perform your NAVFIT98A-related work.
   3. Once you have completed your NAVFIT98A-related work, the ACCESS database file can be copied back to the original network server location for storage thereby enabling the next NAVFIT98A user to gain access to that data by repeating the steps outlined above. 
Until NMCI changes this new network privilege/permissions restriction, NAVFIT98A will only be able to open database files that reside on the local machine hard drive.

NAVFIT98A Program/(HELP) Reference Documents


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