5/23/2006 - RANDOLPH AIR FORCE BASE, Texas (AFPN) -- The Air Force will launch two self-service modules that will allow civilians to access their personnel information beginning June 1.
My Biz will provide civilian employees access and the ability to update information about themselves. My Workplace will provide military and civilian managers access to information about their staff.
"These modules provide enhanced access to personnel information by enabling civilians to access information they need immediately using the power of the Internet," said Col. James Sturch, Air Force Personnel Center director of civilian force integration. "These modules are a key part of our effort to transform the way we deliver personnel services and our goal to put information in the hands of those who own it."
My Biz allows employees secure, real-time, online access to view information such as benefits, awards and bonuses, and positions from their official personnel records. In addition, employees may update their telephone number and e-mail address, disability codes, race and national origin (ethnicity and race identification), and foreign language proficiency online with My Biz.
My Workplace brings key information to civilian and military managers and supervisors about their employees together in one place, streamlining the human resources decision-making process and helping to balance managerial tasks with day-to-day demands more easily. My Workplace keeps managers and supervisors informed about their employees' personnel actions. With online access to employees' personnel information, managers are able to make budget decisions, manage staffing plans and work distributions more efficiently.