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Chapter VII Enlisted Distributionand Verification Report, Officer Distribution Control Report, and Diary Message Reporting System
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Enlisted Distribution and Verification Report Sections
available from   the   local   PERSUPPDET  (PSD) via   the EDVR facsimile. If    an    activity or    PSD   requires additional copies,   they    must    reproduce them    locally. Activities that    do  not   have   the   capability     to  produce   the EDVR    facsimile locally receive    two   copies   of  sections 1 through 4  and   one  copy   of  sections    5 through 12. If additional copies   are   required, they    must    reproduce them    locally. Commands requiring EDVRs of   other     activities should   request   them   directly    from  the   activity concerned or  from   the   activity that    maintains the   account   for   the activity. EPMAC distributes microfiche copies   of  the EDVRs of   all    activities within each   MCA’s   scope   of responsibility directly to  the   MCA. At   the   request     of  the   MCA,    direct     distribution to subordinate commands    can   be  accomplished     Requests to   be   placed    on   distribution for   microfiche copies    of EDVRs    should    be  submitted to   EPMAC     (Code   30)  via the   respective     MCA.    The   request    must    indicate which EDVR sections are   desired; for   example, sections 1 through 4,5  through 12, or  1 through 12. NOTE: Sections   1 through     3  and   section   11  are  not available on    microfiche for SDS     activities. The alphabetic listing portion     of  the   EDVR    section   3  is  not available on  microfiche     for   any   activity. , ORGANIZATION The    EDVR     consists     of   12  sections.    As   a  PN,   you should be    familiar with these sections and the information they   contain    Later    in   this    chapter,   you   will read   about    each   of  these   sections.   Now,    however,     let’s look   at  a  general    summary    or  overview     of  the   EDVR   in terms   of  the   general    organization of  its   sections. Sections    1 through 3  contain    information that    has been   extracted from   the   activity’s     enlisted personnel account   because  it   requires    special  attention     or  action   by the    activity. Sections    1  through 3  also   identify future personnel events,    thereby helping the   activity in   the management of   its    enlisted personnel. An    alphabetic listing of  all   enlisted     members   assigned   to  the   activity is   contained in   EDVR    section    3.  Again,    be  aware    that SDS activities capable of    producing the EDVR facsimile    do not   receive   sections   1 through     3  and  section 11. Since    the    PERSUPPDETs currently produce    and verify     the   EDVR    facsimile    monthly, sections   1 through 3  are  no  longer   required;    however,    the   alphabetic    listing and security data for     SDS     are    available via the alphabetic listing portion     of  section   3  produced    locally 7-2 by   the    SDS   site.   The    PERSUPPDETs    also  have   the Event    Tracking     Report,   the   Feedback   Data   Report, and the   File    Maintenance Report    available to  assist in   the monthly EDVR    facsimile verification. Section   4  contains   the   total   personnel    account   of the activity, including those   members   reflected    in   sections 1 through 3.  EDVR    section    5  contains the   Personnel status     summary. EDVR     section     6  contains the    Distribution Navy Enlisted Classification Code   (DNEC) Management. Section 7   contains the    NEC Billet and     Personnel Inventory. EDVR   section   8  contains    a  list    of  individuals who   are  qualified     in   Navy    Enlisted     Classification Codes (NECs). EDVR section 9    contains the Diary Message Summary. Section 10  contains the    Duty Preference Listing. EDVR   section    11  contains    individual security    data, pay     entry base    date     (PEBD), time in     rate (TIR), advancement effective date,    and   Force   Management (FORMAN) status   and   action   date. The  last   EDVR   section,   section   12, contains   a listing of both   officer   and  enlisted    personnel    in   an  embarked   or temporary additional duty    (TAD)     status    to   augment normal    manning. This    section   also  contains    a listing of units,     foreign    military, members   of  other    services,   and civilians embarked   in   a  ship. ACCURACYOFTHEEDVR Manning and   assignment decisions are  based   on information contained     in   the   EDVR.    Can   you   see why it   is  so important     for  your   activity     to  keep  its   account   up to   date    and    accurate? To   do   this, you    must     report personnel events as    they occur. Can you also understand     why   it   is  so important for  your    command  to correct errors in     the     EDVR as    soon    as   they are identified? Errors    will often   be  discovered    when    the   EDVR    is being verified for     accuracy. You may     be    the PN assigned   to  this    responsibility. Maybe   you   have   already been   involved with maintaining the   EDVR.    Once   you have   been  involved     in   maintaining this    report,    you   will definitely understand why    it   is   so  important for   your command   to  have   a  well-maintained EDVR.   A  properly maintained EDVR is     an     important personnel management     tool. Whenever you    discover errors, take    immediate actions     to   correct     them.     Each     time    you    discover an error, submit the required documentation for

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