What services does TWMS provide for Navy employees?


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The Total Workforce Management System, or TWMS, is a secure, Web-based application used by the department of the Navy that enables employees to view, print and update specific personal employment information to complete educational training and certificate programs. The information in this system determines how the employee is paid.

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The accuracy of a worker’s personal employment information can affect his salary, benefits, leave or official records. Errors in data entry or undocumented changes in circumstances may result in information that is inaccurate and adversely impact compensation. The employee is responsible for maintaining the integrity of his records by ensuring that his employment information is accurate and current.

The TWMS system also hosts the Naval Acquisition Development Program (NADP) Employee Orientation Training program. This training is a requirement of the Master Development Plan (MDP) for employees hired after July 2012. It consists of a three-hour series of learning modules that all newly-hired employees must complete. Users can create and update lists of their training, education and skill certificates, and use the system to enroll in additional training and certification programs.

It also allows an employee to view a listing of his current security clearance status, obtain a list of his personnel actions (SF-50), find information assurance records, and locate information about pay and time-off awards he has received.

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