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SrA and below EPR static closeout date to be March 31

JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas (AFNS) -- Enlisted evaluation and promotion changes, announced in July, continue with establishment of a March 31 enlisted performance report static closeout date (SCOD) for Regular Air Force (RegAF) senior airmen and below, Air Force Personnel Center officials said Dec. 5.

Additionally, change of reporting official evaluations (CRO) have been eliminated for RegAF senior airmen and below, effective Dec. 2, 2014.

Enlisted Evaluation System and Weighted Airman Promotion System changes continue to be implemented in stages over the next 16 months for RegAF Airmen, and over the next 28 months for Air Reserve Component (Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard) Airmen. The changes focus on ensuring job performance is the most important factor when evaluating and identifying Airmen for promotion.

The new SCOD implementation and CRO report elimination affect RegAF senior airmen and below with at least 20 months of total active federal military service as of Dec. 2.

RegAF senior airmen and below whose EPRs closed out before Dec. 2, will get another EPR on March 31, 2015. That EPR will cover the number of months since their last EPR closed out.

RegAF senior airmen and below whose EPRs would have closed out between Dec. 2, 2014, and March 31, 2015, will not get an EPR until the March 31, 2015, closeout.

Airmen who reach 20 months of active duty service after the March 31, 2015, closeout will get their initial EPR on the date they reach 20 months of active service.

Additional enlisted evaluation and promotion system changes will be announced as they are approved for implementation.

For more information about enlisted evaluations and promotions, and other personnel issues, visit the myPers website. Select “Search All Components” from the drop down menu and enter “27948” for enlisted evaluations or “27949” for enlisted promotion change information.

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