The U.S. Navy has launched an 'eLeave' self-service tool capability within the MyNavy Portal (MNP), which allows CONUS-based Sailors to manage their ordinary leave using MNP. The new MNP eLeave feature does not replace the Navy Standard Integrated Personnel System (NSIPS) leave function, but provides Sailors another option to manage their ordinary leave. All other forms of leave must still be completed in NSIPS. Future updates of the eLeave self-service tool will incorporate OCONUS Sailors and provide additional leave options. Sailors will also be able to check-in and check-out of leave, and view their leave balance.
Sailors Have New Leave Management Tool
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