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1 Navy Retention Monitoring System (NRMS) LT Michael Welgan June 2009

2 2 Outline NRMS Overview Enlisted Cube Reports Improvements to NRMS Training Resources Available Points of contact at CCD

3 3 Navy Retention Monitoring System (NRMS) Navy Enterprise Retention Reporting and Analysis Tool -Web-based application, a component of NSIPS analytics, hosted on NMCI, with computer based/online training, an electronic SAAR process, and helpdesk support -Designed in a collaborative effort between N1, Fleet, CNA, NPRST and CCD. -Replaced the legacy Fleet and Staff tools (NAVRET and N1’s RMS) -Provides access to personnel data from 1992 to present for retention reporting -Sophisticated business intelligence capabilities, including ad hoc reporting to support analysis -Standardized metrics (Fleet and Staff using same business rules) -Fleet/Force-wide use with over 7,500 registered users -Used to provide reports ranging from unit level leadership to Congress

4 4 Navy Retention Monitoring System (NRMS) Facilitates meeting responsibilities delineated in DODINST and OPNAVINST B –DCNO N1  “Provide annual active and reserve reenlistment targets to Fleet and other Echelon 2 commanders” –BUPERS 34  “Analyze, maintain, and disseminate command reenlistment and attrition data to Fleet and other Echelon 2 commanders”  “Monitor Navy reenlistment and attrition trends” –Fleets and Other Echelon 2 commanders  “Establish a quarterly Honor Roll and annual Retention Excellence Award program in support of CNO reenlistment and attrition targets”

5 5 UIC Tree Report

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8 8 List Report – Unit Honor Roll by Zone

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10 10 List Report – Unit Honor Roll by Zone

11 11 Reenlistments: Include both formal reenlistments (RE) + long term extensions (LTE) Long term extension: An extension of at least 24 months List Report – Unit Honor Roll by Zone Reenlistment Rate Calculation 42.4% is below the FY08 Zone A goal of 48%. But …

12 12 A Reserve Affiliation (RA) is only counted if the Sailor diaries in within 180 days of detaching List Report – Unit Honor Roll by Zone Reenlistment Rate w/ Reserve Affiliation Calculation Although reenlistment rate is below 48%, a reenlistment rate with RA above 48% allows this ship to maintain eligibility for honor roll award

13 13 Before EAOS Loss: (Or Non EAOS Loss) A loss occurring greater than 90 days from EAOS Non EAOS Inventory: Number of Sailors greater than 90 days from EAOS Avg Non EAOS Inv: The average monthly Non EAOS Inventory across the date range specified in report List Report – Unit Honor Roll by Zone Attrition Rate Calculation An attrition rate of 4.1% meets USFF FY08 attrition standards in Zone A of at or below 6.2%

14 14 Enlisted Cube Reports

15 15 Enlisted Cube Reports

16 16 Enlisted Cube Reports

17 17 Enlisted Cube Reports

18 18 Enlisted Cube Reports

19 19 Enlisted Cube Reports

20 20 Enlisted Cube Reports

21 21 Enlisted Cube Reports

22 22 CNP Guidance

23 23 CNP Race Guidance Code Category A - American Indian or Alaska Native B - Asian C - Black or African American D - Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander E - White F - Decline to Respond G - Identification Pending

24 24 CNP Ethnicity Guidance Code Ethnic Group 1 Other Hispanic descent 2 U.S./Canadian Indian Tribes 3 Other Asian descent 4 Puerto Rican 5 Filipino 6 Mexican 7 Eskimo 8 Aleut 9 Cuban D Indian E Melanesian G Chinese H Guamanian J Japanese K Korean L Polynesian Q Other Pacific Island descent S Latin American with Hispanic descent V Vietnamese W Micronesian X Other Y None Z Unknown (Not a choice for Servicemembers; Used to indicate an error or omission) NOTES: Servicemembers who select ethnic codes 1, 4, 6, 9, or S are considered “Hispanic or Latino”.

25 25 Sample Measures in NRMS EAOS Losses Non-EAOS Losses Inventory (EAOS, Non- EAOS) Strength Loss Average Strength Long Term Extensions Reenlistments Attrition Rate* Reenlistment Rate* Reserve Affiliations (RA) Reenlistment Rates w/RA Reserve Affiliation Rate Short-Term Extensions “Measures” are various calculations that NRMS can perform. “Definition of Terms” is included in NRMS online Training Folder * Terms formally defined in NAVADMIN 082/01

26 26 Sample Dimensions in NRMS AFQT Area (e.g. Hawaii, Japan, Northeast, etc) Cohort Group Dependents Enlisted Management Code Enlisted Education Ethnic Code Gender Grade Inventory (e.g. EOS, Non EOS) Length of Service cell Loss code (e.g. serious incident, alcohol, drug abuse) Number of months (e.g. FYTD, 12-month cumulative) Platform Category (e.g. carrier, destroyer) NEC Race Code Rating Special Program Indicator Time (e.g. FY2007, FY2008) Type Duty UIC Dimensions allow NRMS to “slice” data in numerous ways

27 27 Improvements to NRMS Recent updates: – Streamlined data load process –New dimensions added  Program Enlisted for code  Security Investigation Type –New measures added 6YO, STEs, Non EAOS Inventory –UIC Tree Change capabilities for BUPERS 34 Under Review –SELRES Retention Metrics –IA retention –Facilitate modeling of retention behavior –Dashboard automation

28 28 Step 1: For training on creating own queries, open up Public Folders, NRMS, and click on “XI Information” Step 2: Click on any of the 3 choices to get additional info. Online Training Available

29 29 Step 1: For training on creating own queries, open up Public Folders, NRMS, and click on “Training” Step 2: Click on any of the 3 choices to get additional info. Online Training Available

30 30 NRMS POCs at CCD LT Michael Welgan: (901) Miss Emily Brickell: (901)


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