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icon for Server Images PORTAL DOWNTIME: Fri Aug 26 - Sun Aug 28 2016 - Monthly Maintenance Weekend Production systems will go down starting Friday at 9:00 pm and will become available again on Sunday at 5:00 pm. All CPOL and Portal applications will be unavailable during this period.    Read more.

Civilian Cyberspace Workforce Logo Check out the new Civilian Cyberspace Workforce page! As Army continues to build and enhance the capabilities of the total force, the Army is simultaneously developing processes to align, manage and standardize cyberspace work roles, baseline qualifications, and training.
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"New Beginnings"   is a collaborative labor-management effort to improve Human Resource practices and policies in the Department of Defense (DoD). A major New Beginnings effort is the development and implementation of the enterprise-wide DoD Performance Management ...    Read More

image of the ACTEDS Catalog ACTEDS Training Catalog Just a reminder - the ACTEDS Training Catalog is now being updated for FY17! Many updates have been posted and more are coming daily.

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image of Fireworks exploding over the Washington Monument The United States declared its independence 240 years ago, July 4th 1776!    We are blessed to live in a Nation of unmatched freedom, but that freedom comes at a cost. As we celebrate our Nation's birthday, please take a moment to remember the men and women of our Armed Forces, both military and civilian, who defend and protect the freedom we hold dear.
Wishing you and your loved ones a happy and safe 4th of July!

Link to article on Army's 241th Birthday! June 14, 2016 - 241th Army Birthday, 241 Years of Selfless Service to the nation!

Symbol of the Office Assistant to the Secretary of the ArmyDec 4, 2015 On behalf of the Acting Secretary of the Army, Chief of Staff of the Army and Sergeant Major of the Army, please view the tri-signed memorandum on Full Integration of Women in the Army. Mr. Gerald B. O'Keefe, Administrative Assistant to the Secretary of the Army.   View memo