Presentation on theme: "US Public Health Service Commissioned Corps Officer Profile System."— Presentation transcript:
US Public Health Service Commissioned Corps Officer Profile System
Officer Profile Program Coordinator LCDR Martha Wanca Transformation Officer
Definition : Officer Profiles (OP) is a collection tool for individual officer’s accomplishments Limitation: The OP does not collect the qualifying degree or accomplishments that are mandated for continued active duty. Purpose : Collect data to be included in a searchable database that can match officer attributes to Corps opportunities utilizing Direct Access Definition & Purpose
What is Direct Access Direct Access (DA) is the Corps’s new human resources information system. You can now access Direct Access Self Service Go to CCMIS Website http://dcp.psc.gov/ http://dcp.psc.gov/ Click on “Secure Area” then “Direct Access” Click on “Secure Area” then “Direct Access” For Direct Access Frequently Asked Questions: http://usphs.gov/transformation/self_service.aspx
The OP / DA / Billet Connection Data fields will be shared between OP and DAData fields will be shared between OP and DA OP Data can then be accessed and used for multiple purposes to meet officer, agency, personnel, and readiness objectivesOP Data can then be accessed and used for multiple purposes to meet officer, agency, personnel, and readiness objectives Individual officer’s OP data will be able to be matched directly to position requirements and/or preferences in the new billet system for an officer looking for jobs or hiring officials looking for officersIndividual officer’s OP data will be able to be matched directly to position requirements and/or preferences in the new billet system for an officer looking for jobs or hiring officials looking for officers
Potential Matches Allow officials to identify the right officer for the right opportunity at the right timeAllow officials to identify the right officer for the right opportunity at the right time Identify needed skills for preparedness & public health needsIdentify needed skills for preparedness & public health needs Identify service training & career development needsIdentify service training & career development needs Allow officers to showcase accomplishments, skills, knowledge, and competency Allow officers to showcase accomplishments, skills, knowledge, and competency Enable Officers to search for jobs & other opportunitiesEnable Officers to search for jobs & other opportunities
Collecting At this time information being collected: –degrees (other than your qualifying degree) –registrations –certifications (not certificates) –additional licensures (beyond those tracked to maintain your commission)
1 st Step Instructions on How to Register Your Documents: –Click on https://dcp.psc.gov/cclogin/ccmislogin.aspx or go to the DCP website and log on to the CCMIShttps://dcp.psc.gov/cclogin/ccmislogin.aspx –After you log on to the CCMIS, click on “Officer Profiles” on the left hand side of the page under the Activity menu –Once you enter the Officer Profiles page, you can register two basic types of documents: Training and/or Licensure/Certification. Click the “Add” button under the appropriate document type to register a document that will be submitted to your profile. –Complete all the information requested then click on the “Submit” button. –Your information will appear on the screen under the appropriate document type. –You may continue to add documents, delete any record of the documents you have submitted, or log out of the system.
Next Step After registering documents they need to be primary source verified: Request that the college or awarding organization send an official transcript or validating document to: Officer Profile Coordinator 1101 Wootton Parkway Tower Building – Plaza Suite 100 Rockville, MD 20852
Validation All OP accomplishments must be Primary Source Validated by transcripts or other documents: 1.Received DIRECTLY from the awarding body 2.If an unopened official envelope from the awarding body is forwarded by the officer 3.E-verification: The officer e-mails awarding body link so that the OP Coordinator can validate the accomplishment thru website validation 4.The Awarding Body sends verification via e- mails to the OPS coordinator
Not Accepted Primary Source Validation can not be based on: 1.Documents mailed by the officer (except in an envelope sealed by the awarding body) 2. Documents Scanned, faxed, or copied by the officer 3.Documents in an envelope from the awarding organization that has previously been opened 4. Documents attached or pasted into an e-mail by the officer
Contact Info Questions? OP Questions e-mail: email@example.com@hhs.gov OP Frequently Asked Questions website: http://usphs.gov/transformation/op_faq.aspx
The End LCDR Martha Wanca HHS/OS/OPHS Officer Profile Program Coordinator 1101 Wootton Parkway, Plaza Level Rockville, Maryland 20852 240.453.6102
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