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  2. Self Service - United States Army Service

    Self Service Self Service My Record Portal (My Board File) My Officer Record Brief (Active Duty) DAPMIS Interactive Personnel Electronic Record Management (iPERMS) Integrated Personnel and...

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  4. Portal - Login

    1. Navigate to: 2. Click LOG IN 3. Under the Your Account tab, click Change Your Password 4. Follow the on screen instructions to change your password 5. Click...

  5. Soldier Self Service - United States Army

    Active Army eMILPO MySRB (ERB/ORB) at Army Reserve Record Brief at: National Guard Record Brief at: U.S. Army...

  6. The Integrated Personnel and Pay System - Army (IPPS-A) is the Army’s online Human Resources (HR) solution to provide integrated HR capabilities across all Army Components.

  7. The U.S. Army announced that the Integrated Personnel and Pay System-Army – the Army’s top human-resources modernization effort – is now available for Soldiers from all three components...

  8. For assistance with EAMS-A login, contact the Army Enterprise Service Desk: 1-866-335-ARMY. To request, activate, or upgrade a DS Logon account, click the DS LOGON button. For help with DS Logon click here: DSLOGON Help. For iPERMS access problems or technical issues:

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  10. The Integrated Personnel and Pay System – Army (IPPS-A) is a Human Resources (HR) system that provides integrated personnel, pay and talent management capabilities in a single system for all Army Components. With IPPS-A, personnel have the ability to view, track, and initiate HR transactions that result in the payment of entitlements.

  11. {{$ui.public('rma.banner')}} - United States Army!/saml

    iPERMS is the Army's authorized personnel records repository for the Army Military Human Resource Record (AMHRR). The AMHRR is the Army's System of Records protected by the Privacy Act of 1974 (Title 5 U. S. Code 552a) as amended. The Privacy Act protects the privacy of individuals from unwarranted intrusion. You have been granted access to the ...