Air Force

May 25, 2012

Air Force officials launch myPers

by Capt. Lesley Lilly
JB San Antonio-Randolph, Texas

The Air Force Personnel Services website is now known as myPers and has a new address.

Airmen can access myPers via a secure link, https://mypers.af.mil, to use existing personnel services information and transaction applications. All transactions are conducted within a secure environment, officials said, who remind Airmen to use the “https” prefix when entering the URL.

The site is customized, recognizing the user’s affiliation as officer, enlisted, civilian, Reserve or Guard. There are also links to the most commonly used applications that allow Airmen to navigate the site with greater ease, which enhances user experience.

“The site provides our total force customers a single entry point into Air Force personnel services,” said Debra Warner, the Air Force’s Personnel Service Delivery Transformation chief. “The myPers concept rapidly implements reliable, integrated and secure information technology to improve personnel services accessibility and usability.”

The new name and URL will establish a unified total force brand for online personnel services.

“We’re always looking for better ways to serve those who serve,” said Col. Pat Blassie, commander, Headquarters Air Reserve Personnel Center. “Each technological advancement we can offer our customers from the Total Force Service Center, is part of a longer-term strategy to deliver human resource services as quickly, as seamlessly, and as efficiently as possible anytime and anywhere an Airman might be; myPers is another outstanding refinement to that end.”

The myPers website is available now. For more information on personnel services and self-service applications, visit the myPers website at https://mypers.af.mil.




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