Air Force

June 19, 2015
 

Total force current, selected master sergeant evaluations close out Sept. 30

Debbie Gildea
Air Force Personnel Center Public Affairs

JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas (AFNS) — Regular Air Force, Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve master sergeant and master sergeant-select enlisted performance reports will now close out annually on Sept. 30. In addition, as of June 3, master sergeants and selects will no longer receive change-of-reporting-official EPRs.

Enlisted Evaluation System and Weighted Airman Promotion System changes initiated in July 2014, including EPR static closeout dates for each grade, focus on ensuring job performance is the most important factor when evaluating Airmen.

Master sergeants and selects, whose EPRs closed out before June 3, will get another EPR that closes out Sept. 30 covering performance during the months between their most recent EPR and Sept. 30.

Master sergeants and selects whose EPRs would have closed out between June 3 and Sept. 30 will not get an EPR until the Sept. 30 closeout date.

Additional enlisted evaluation and promotion system changes will be announced as they are approved for implementation.

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