NEW EMPLOYEE TOOLKIT
Provides the resources and materials necessary to make newly hired Civilians transition into the Army Civilian Corps as smooth as possible.
Toolkit Components include:
Army Civilian Acculturation Handbook – This Handbook serves as a resource guide and summary of the various services, policies, programs, and general information every Army employee needs to know.
- The Army Benefit Center - Civilian (ABC-C) is located at Ft. Riley, Kansas. The ABC-C provides automated benefits support to Army-serviced appropriated fund employees through the Employee Benefits Information System (EBIS) and trained benefits Specialists.
- EBIS is a web application that allows you to access general and personal benefits information and conduct electronic transactions using a computer. The system contains comprehensive information and personalized benefits statements. Below are links to guides which can assist you:
Army Career Tracker (ACT): To access ACT please click the link below "Getting Started Home (ACT)" as your reference guide. It includes step by step instructions and screen shots to help you Identify Your Leader and Mentors, Review Your Personalized Information, Identify and Create Goals, and finally create an Individual Development Plan (IDP) or Career Development Plan (CDP). If you have questions about ACT please see the comprehensive help guide for more detailed information.
Getting Started Home (ACT) - Welcome to the Army Career Tracker (ACT). Please use this page as your reference guide for getting started with ACT.
ACT-Quick Reference Guide - IDP: This is your guide to develop your Individual Development Plan (IDP)
Employment Verification - Used to explain how to provide employment and/or salary information to an outside company, business, bank or person.
Employment Verification User Guide - Current employees’ user guide to provide employment information to a recipient (bank, lender, etc.)
eOPF Employee Frequently Asked Questions - The eOPF is an electronic version of the paper OPF and a system for accessing the virtual folder(s) online. It allows for each employee to have electronic access to their personnel folder instead of the hard copy paper folder which has to be reviewed at the Civilian Personnel Advisory Center (CPAC)/Non-Appropriated Fund (NAF) Human Resource Office (HRO).
eOPF Trifold Employee Quick Reference Guide - This is a quick reference tri-fold guide to assist you to navigate through your eOPF.
eOPF Quick Reference Step By Step Guide for Employees - This guide provides you a step by step reference to your eOPF.
GoArmyEd Civilian Reference Guide - GoArmyEd provides Army Civilians with a single location to submit applications for training approval. This guide provides an overview of the process.
Army Civilian Training and Leader Development - This is the HQDA G-3/5/7 Training Directorate site. The site provides information about Civilian training and development, competitive professional development, career program training and academic degree training.
Center for the Army Profession and Ethic - This web site is where you will find articles, videos, information papers, training materials, and references for the Army Profession.