1. This message will expire no later than 26 Feb 20.
2. The purpose of this message is to provide instructions to improve personnel accountability
using the duty status function (Personnel Accounting Module) inside of eMILPO and announce the
change to duty status reporting for leave and temporary duty (TDY):
a. The Department of the Army Inspector General (DAIG) conducted a special assessment on
personnel accounting and strength reporting at multiple levels of command. The assessment
revealed that the Army lacks a standardized Human Resource Information System as an integrated
system for personnel management. The lack of an integrated HR automated system requires
leaders to spend more time developing and managing redundant systems to create accountability
and strength reports, which results in skewed and unreliable accountability and strength reporting.
The DAIG assessment also revealed that some units are unaware of how to use or are not using
the personnel accounting module within eMILPO to update daily duty statuses.
b. Effective immediately, duty status changes for departure on and return from leave, convalescent
leave, permissive TDY, administrative absences, and TDY are mandatory.
c. The next revision of AR 600-8-6 will provide regulatory guidance pertaining to this change.
3. Army Personnel Accountability Reporting Systems:
a. HR professionals must use approved Army accountability systems at all times. The Army does
not recognize ad hoc systems or locally created databases as authoritative sources.
b. eMILPO is the only approved system to account for all Active Component and Reserve
Component mobilized Soldiers on active duty tours for thirty (30) days or more within the Army.
(1) Daily status reports must document the Soldier’s duty status on any specific duty date.
(2) When a Soldier is not present for duty, the correct duty status must appear in eMILPO for that
(3) Deployed and non-deployed units will use eMILPO.
c. The Standard Installation/Division Personnel System is the database of record for all Army
National Guard Soldiers to support the functional areas of strength accounting and personnel
d. The Regional Level Application Software is the database of record for all Army Reserve Soldiers
to support the functional areas of strength accounting and personnel management.
Download MILPER Message 19-071 for more information >>
|Mandatory Daily Accountability (Duty Status Reporting)
Mandatory Daily Accountability (Duty Status Reporting)
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