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OMPF - Command View

OMPF Command View Application
Due to the elimination of Field Service Records, the “OMPF – Command View” application was developed to allow command representatives an efficient and controlled means to access member’s Official Military Personnel File (OMPF) to retrieve information that is not in the member’s Electronic Service Record (ESR) to conduct daily business.

The “OMPF – Command View” application will provide access to servicing personnel offices, and leadership in a sailor's chain of command with a need to review documents in a member's OMPF.

Users may be granted access to “Non-Controlled” records only, and view documents assigned the following Field Codes (FC):
  • Officer Users - FC's 01; 02; 04 thru 16; 18; 98; 30 thru 43; 45; and 99  (see MILPERSMAN 1070-020 for description)
  • Enlisted, Civilian, and Contractor Users - FC's 30 thru 43; 45; and 99  (see MILPERSMAN 1070-080 for description)
The users must have a Common Access Card (CAC) and a BOL account to access the application.  For access to the application please see Getting Access below or contact your command personnel officer.

There are four types of access levels:
  • Administrator (Admin) Access User
  • Delegated Admin Access User
  • Command View User
  • Command Only View User
Administrator (Admin) Access User:  Will have immediate access that is based on Billet Sequence Codes containing specified Navy Officer Billet Classification (NOBCs) and Distribution Navy Enlisted Classification (DNECs) Codes (ex. Flag Officer, CO, OIC, XO, CSO/COS and CMDCMs).

The Administrator (Admin) User will also be able to manage user access for onboard and subordinate UICs.

Delegated Admin Access User:  Similar rights as Admin Users, restriction on how many can have access will be based on commands Billets Authorized (BA).  Personnel Offices/CSDs are limited to three (3) Delegated Admin Users.

Command View User:  Will have access to records for onboard and subordinate UICs.
  • For TSC Users – OMPF access for Personnel Offices and Customer Command UICs.
  • For Reserve Admin UICs – OMPF access for onboard and Reserve UICs.
Command Only View User:  Will have access to records for onboard UIC only.

The total authorized users will be limited to 10 percent of the UICs BA.  Personnel Offices/CSDs are limited to 20 total authorized users.  See NAVADMIN for other access requirements.

Getting Access.  The Administrator (Admin) User is the final approval authority for granting access to members within their command echelon.  The approved “Request For Access To The Electronic Military Personnel Records System (EMPRS), NAVPERS 1070/856” (User must select the "Command View Access" button to access the correct form) with an updated System Authorization Access Request – Navy form (SAAR-N) OPNAV FORM 5239/14 will be retained by the command’s Information Assurance or Security Manager.  PSD Delegated Admin Access Users will submit the completed NAVPERS 1070/857 and updated SAAR-N with all required signatures to the BOL helpdesk.  The users must also review the “OMPF - Command View User's Manual”.

See OMPF – My Record for member’s to view their own OMPF record.​
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