DEP Quality Program
Reservations by Cycle Program
The DEP Quality (DEPQAL) program shows DEP
quality for in-month and out 12 months. The report
shows placement of all in-month new contracts by
The Reservations by Cycle (RESCYC) program
shows the number of seats reserved by NRD by
shipping cycle and program.
Update New Contract Goal Program
DEP Quality Fiscal Year Program
The DEP Quality Fiscal Year (DEPQFY) program
is used to show DEP quality for the current or next
fiscal year, depending on which is requested.
The UPDNCG program is used to update the
NRD new contract objective and input new contract
Attrite Report Program
The REPORT program, often referred to as your
shipping list, shows applicants scheduled to ship by
cycle. It is run by the classifiers or statistician for the
next month to verify the DEP pool. This report
updates as reservations are made. ZSs should receive
a copy of REPORT monthly to validate shippers for
the following month.
SPECIAL FUNCTION PROGRAMS
PRIDE also includes several special function
programs designed to provide information on policies,
programs, personnel, goals, reservations, and
The NEWZ program is used to issue changes in
Commander, Navy Recruiting
Command (CNRC) policy changes, waiver status, and
urgent information that the Area wants to dispatch to
NRDs. The NEWZ should be run at least daily to get
The PERSON program is used to add, delete, or
modify information on recruiters attached to the NRD.
Recruiters must be entered in the PERSON file before
they can write a contract.
Goaling Letter Program
Areas use the goaling letter (GOALLT) program
to input goals into PRIDE by NRD.
updated monthly by the actual written goaling letter.
The Attrite Report (ATRRPT) program shows
in-month and out-month attrites and roll-outs.
Attrite See Program
The Attrite See (ATRSEE) program lists DEP
personnel by name who were counted on the
ATRRPT for the current month.
The QUEST program checks for applicants who
have multiple reservations and those who have been
in DEP over 1 year.
The program shows potential
problems within a districts DEP pool. It is an
extremely useful tool to use when determining DEP
WAIVER AND ATTRITION ANALYSIS
Time is one of our recruiters most valuable
The applicant at MEPS or DEP member
represents an investment of countless hours of
Recruiting supervisors must
make sure these investments are paying off. Waiver
and attrition analysis are management tools that can
help the supervisor pinpoint a variety of potential
production and processing problems.
Supervisors should analyze waivers to monitor
quality, maintain integrity, and ensure the good use of
recruiters time. There is not a prescribed format for
the analysis, but the following paragraphs highlight
factors to consider and describe potential problem