The U.S. Navy is transitioning to an online retirement request process. This includes requests to transfer to the fleet Reserve and separations. Retirement and separations (R&S) will be implemented incrementally through the Navy Standard Integrated Personnel System (NSIPS) beginning in June 2016 and continuing throughout the summer and fall. Sailors and command personnel can begin training for the new process now. Once logged into NSIPS, users can find a link to User Productivity Kits near the bottom of the page. Beyond that link is training geared toward familiarizing Sailors with the R&S process as well as listing the requirements commands will need to be able to route the requests.
Navy Shifts to Online Retirement Requests
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