The Pentagon is working to make the standard military service discharge form — the DD-214 — fully electronic. It's also looking to implement recommendations from a recent report that would include improving the accuracy and privacy of service members' records. The Pentagon's Office of the Under Secretary for Personnel and Readiness asked Rand Corp. to conduct a review of the DD-214 because the department intends to modernize the form by making it fully electronic, so it wants to understand which data from the form is used by different organizations and ways to get it to them more effectively. The military services are working to bring their records into the Integrated Pay and Personnel Systems, and the personnel office is coordinating alongside them to make the data from these records automatically included on the electronic DD-214. This is expected to take three to five years, officials said. Read more about the effort on Military.com.