If you haven’t yet signed up for an Army Hrc Portal account, you can do so now by following these easy steps: First, you’ll need to enter your username and password. You can check your password before submitting it by using the password preview feature. You must be sure to turn CAPS LOCK off. Then, click “Login” to access your account. Note that you can’t access the Army Hrc Portal using a VPN.
My Record Portal
The My Army Record Portal allows military members to access all of their records online. Soldiers are required to use a Level 2 DS Logon account to access this portal. Soldiers who are having technical difficulties are encouraged to contact My Record Portal. They should describe the issue and provide the error message. They can also call their branch of service to request a copy of their record.
Army Hrc Portal iPERMS
You can view your own record in the iPERMS army hrc Portal by logging into your account. First, select Soldier (View My Own Record) and proceed to login. You must complete all the required steps to successfully login. You may encounter an error when trying to view your own record. If this is the case, you may need to contact the Records Maintenance and Update Team (RMUT) for assistance.
You can also compare your current ERB/ORB or end of month AMHRR to your Soldier’s records to ensure that all of your documents are updated. In order to do this, you must upload the required documents and key supporting documents to your Soldier’s iPERMS record. iPERMS has a video series that will walk you through the process.
Documents uploaded into iPERMS will have a DOD ID number that must be included in the document for proper filing. Documents that contain multiple Social Security Numbers or DODID numbers cannot be filed. If you do, your Soldier’s SSN must be written in the upper-right corner. Third-party PII must be blacked out on the document. Otherwise, it will be deleted and deemed illegitimate.
Integrated Personnel and Army Hrc Portal
The Army HRC portal is a web-based HR solution that provides integrated HR capabilities across the Army. It provides employees with the ability to access and initiate HR transactions, which result in the payment of entitlements. This service-wide system will improve the Army’s readiness by improving record accuracy and auditability. It will also give Soldiers easy 24/7 access to their personnel information.
Army HRC portal – Integrated Personneling and Pay System goes live in September, and Soldiers are encouraged to update their records before the launch date. During this time, Soldiers should also validate and certify their records before the IPPS-A goes live.
Self-service portal for active guard reserve retirees and veteran soldiers
Veterans and active guard reserve retirees can access a self-service portal to get the information they need to keep their benefits and military records up-to-date. The portal was developed by Army Knowledge Online, a knowledge management system for the armed forces. Veteran soldiers and active guard reserve retirees can access it to access their health insurance benefits, apply for disability benefits, and more.