PPC Procedures and [Learning] Development (P&D) Branch


PPC Virtual Training Overview and Capability Testing

The PPC Procedures and Development (P&D) branch provided a brief overview of Defense Connect Online (DCO), the training platform that will be used to deliver the Human Capital Management System (HCMS) and Global Pay (GP) release scheduled for January 1, 2015. The presentation lasts about 30 minutes.

Here is recording of the presentation: Virtual Classrooms - Making the Transformation.

This video provides an overview of how "Adobe Connect", the framework for DCO, facilitates E-Learning: Adobe Connect for E-Learning.

All inquiries may be directed to PPC Procedures and Development Branch at 785-339-2225 or PPC-PF-PD@USCG.MIL.

Thank you to everyone who attended!

Karen S. Emmot
Supervisor Training Specialist
Procedures and Development
USCG Pay and Personnel Center

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Human Resource Systems

Course Materials

This workshop is focused on the Direct Access Servicing Personnel Office User Manual. The format of this workshop is open discussion forum with exercises that allow data entry in a Direct Access test environment. There are case scenarios and student accounts for both Direct Access and JUMPS so attendees can work through a situation in class and see the end result in JUMPS, creating a positive learning environment. Topic selection was based on a combination of previous student survey input, issues provided by PPC Customer Care, and identified problem areas from PPC (MAS) and (SEP) branches.

Topics include:

  • Military Pay Communications (DA, JUMPS)
  • Service Contracts and Separations
  • Advancement Process
  • Pay Entitlements
  • PCS Orders
  • Enlisted Bonuses
  • Reserves - SPO Issues
  • Exceptions, Pay Issues, Reports & Queries, SPO Metrics
  • Payments and Debts
  • Travel

Reserve Component (RC) Member Workshop

Course Materials

This workshop is designed specifically for Reserve members. The topics covered are based on inquiries and requests for information from Reservists.

Topics include:

  • PPC Web Overview
  • Direct Access/Self Service
  • Reserve Retirement Point Statements
  • Retirement/RC-SBP
  • Advancements Process
  • Reserve Orders
  • Release from Active Duty
  • SELRES Bonus Programs
  • Travel

This workshop does not provide Servicing Personnel Office data entry procedures.  However, for active duty personnel, it is an excellent introduction to the Reserve program. All who attend will come away with a better understanding of how the Coast Guard’s pay and personnel systems function to provide accurate and timely compensation to members of the Reserve component.

Travel/Reporting Information:

PPC hosted workshops are held in Topeka, KS. Each convening has 15 seats. There is no cost to attend PPC hosted workshops.  Travel and per diem cost is born by the benefiting unit. Government quarters and messing are not available.

Directions to PPC, report time, uniform of the day, etc.

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April 2014 Military Payroll Processing Complete

April Leave and Earnings Statements (LESs) Posted: LESs for April are available. Go to "View Paycheck" in Direct Access under Employee Self Service to view.

The military payday for End Of Month (EOM) April 2014 is 1 May. Payday falls on the 1st and 15th of each month unless that date is a weekend or federal legal holiday. In those cases, the payday is moved to the 1st preceding business day. For a schedule of military paydays visit: http://www.uscg.mil/ppc/mas.asp#2014.

April Reserve Points Statements Posted: Reserve retirement point data for April 2014 is available. Go to "View Reserve Points" in Direct Access under Self Service to view.


Procedural Updates

Yeoman Professional Development


USCG Pay and Personnel Center News Updates via E-Mail

Subscribers to this list will receive notices and information on Coast Guard military pay and personnel policy and procedures. Subscribers will also be notified when eLES data is updated and of both scheduled and unscheduled outages affecting the Direct Access personnel system or the TPAX travel claim liquidation system. Additionally, subscribers will be updated when important information is posted to the Pay and Personnel Center's internet news pages, SPO/Admin News and Travel/TPAX News.

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Quarterly YN Force Notes.

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The purpose of this site is to assist YNs with their professional development.

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Communication is extremely important when it comes to your assignment.

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In keeping with the Yeoman Guiding Principles, YNS is committed to providing a learning and mentoring environment and a place to gain the knowledge needed to enhance the performance of a YN's duties.

What is Professional Development?

"In workplaces, professional development refers to the acquisition of skills and knowledge both for personal development and for career advancement. Professional development encompasses all types of facilitated learning opportunities, ranging from college degrees to formal coursework, conferences and informal learning opportunities situated in practice. It has been described as intensive and collaborative, ideally incorporating an evaluative stage.[1] There are a variety of approaches to professional development, including consultation, coaching, communities of practice, lesson study, mentoring, reflective supervision and technical

Source: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - Professional development

Yeoman Mission Statement

We are a team of dedicated professionals who specialize in helping people and commands by providing them information, guidance, and administrative services, concerning pay, travel and transportation entitlements, benefits and human resources management.

YNs are key problem-solvers, counselors, and sources of information to personnel on questions ranging from career moves, entitlements, and incentive programs to retirement options and veteransYNs are key problem-solvers, counselors, and sources of information to personnel on questions ranging from career moves, entitlements, and incentive programs to retirement options and veterans' benefits. They are the men and women who make things happen, the indispensable behind-the-scenes personnel that make any well-oiled organization hum.
Source GOCoastGuard.com

Yeoman Guiding Principles

  1. To be accountable for one’s own actions.
  2. Commit to learning and mentoring resulting in superior customer service.
  3. Demonstrate good stewardship by using integrity to guide your decisions.
  4. Treat people with dignity, respect and compassion without regard to rank, rating or component.
  5. Earn individual respect by holding one’s self to the highest standards to maintain the credibility of the YN rating.
  6. To be proactive rather than reactive in the performance of one’s duties.
  7. To seek opportunities to enhance all aspects of the YN Rating to better serve our customers.

YNs are key problem-solvers, counselors, and sources of information to personnelARLINGTON, Va. - A Coast Guard yeoman assists a fellow Coast Guardsman at the Coast Guard Recruiting Command, February 28, 2013. YNs are key problem-solvers, counselors, and sources of information to personnel on questions ranging from career moves, entitlements, and incentive programs to retirement options and veterans' benefits. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Etta Smith

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