- Email the Director
- DFMWR Director's Open Door Policy
- Fort Campbell Civilian Personnel Advisory Center (CPAC) Phone Numbers
Fort Campbell Civilian Personnel Advisory Center
Non-appropriated Fund (NAF) Positions
Appropriated Fund (AF) Positions
- DFMWR Priorities
- Employee Payroll Inquiry
- All-Hands MWR eMail Group
- Tutor.com for Military Families
Tutor.com for U.S. Military Families is a program that allows eligible students in grades kindergarten through college to connect to a live tutor online at any time (24/7/361) for one-to-one help with homework, studying, test prep and more, at no cost.
How it Works (.pdf)
Subject List (.pdf)
Frequently Asked Questions (.pdf)
- Paid Parental Leave
As of October 01, 2020, Federal employees may utilize 12 weeks of paid parental leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act for the birth or placement of a child.
Key Features (.pdf)
- COVID-19 - Info to Know and Use
COVID 19 Vaccine Information (.pdf)
COVID-19 Vaccines (.pdf)
Risk Assessment Flowchart (.pdf)
Hand Washing (.pdf)
Coping with Stress (.pdf)
- Employee Recognition & Incentive Program
Please use Firefox or Chrome to complete this form.
Enterprise websites are optimized for Firefox and Chrome.
It WILL NOT work properly with Internet Explorer.
If you have any questions, please email email@example.com.
Each quarter, Fort Campbell Family and MWR recognizes employees who have exhibited exceptional customer service. Employees are nominated for these awards by their peers.
Below you will find the Fort Campbell Family and MWR Employee Recognition & Incentive Program packet as well as the nomination form.
Please review the packet of information, choose the appropriate award and complete the fillable nomination form.
Note: Please supply only the details that are requested and do not include any information that is considered PII (Personally Identifiable Information).
When you have completed the nomination, click the submit button.
Descriptions of award types (.pdf)
- Army Civilian Corps Creed
Army Civilian Corps Creed
I am an ARMY CIVILIAN - a member of the Army team.
I am dedicated to our Army, Soldiers, and Civilians.
I will ALWAYS support the mission.
I provide leadership, stability, and continuity during war and peace.
I support and defend the Constitution of the United States
and consider it an honor to serve our Nation and our Army.
I live the Army values of loyalty, duty, respect, selfless service,
honor, integrity, and personal courage.
I am an ARMY CIVILIAN.
- MWR Leadership Organizational Chart
- FMWR Mentorship
- From the Garrison Commander
- Professional Development Training Opportunities - Cancelled Until Further Notice
No current training scheduled.
- Annual Weingarten Notice
- Enterprise Webmail
Remote access to your Enterprise email account.
Using Chrome seems to work the best.
Must have a Common Access Card (CAC) Reader and use your CAC to sign-in.
- Benefits & Services Links
Army Benefits Center-Civilian (ABC-C)
The ABC-C provides automated benefits support to Army-serviced appropriated fund employees through the Employee Benefits Information System (EBIS) and trained benefits Specialists. (Works best with Internet Explorer.)
Defense Travel Management Office (DTS)
Fully integrated, electronic, end-to-end travel management system that automates temporary duty travel (TDY) for the Department of Defense.
Electronic Official Personnel Folder (eOPF)
The electronic Official Personnel Folder (eOPF) is the electronic version of your hardcopy employee official personnel folder, the official record of your Federal work career. The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) is leading a massive project to convert our paper personnel documents into an electronic format for easier access and management of our records through the use of Government computers. The eOPF system contains your personnel documents in a secure environment, allowing you immediate access and capability to search for documents located in your record.
This is the Knowledge Sharing and Collaboration site for Army Civilian Personnel. This community is intended to be the flexible, "go-to" knowledge repository for the Civilian Personnel Community of Interest (COI) / Community of Practice (COP) for both guidance and references. Additionally, Army leadership utilizes this site as a "push" method of mass communication and to allow individual opt-in and opt-out.
Requires a CAC to access. (Works best with Internet Explorer.)
Department of Defense's online payroll and accounting system that allows a service member to view his or her pay account, view travel claims, make changes to withholding and allotments, and change Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) contributions.
- Civilian Employee One Stop Shop
Visit the Civilian Employee One Stop Shop for training, professional development and on boarding.
- Antiterrorism Information
- SHARP - Sexual Harassment / Assault Response & Prevention
Together, This We'll Defend (.pdf)
- Convenient Links
Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) Updated Aug 2019 (.pdf)
Description: Annual Training required to receive access to government computers and intranet.
Log In Method/Accessibility: None for the site. Once you log into the computer with a CAC, you can access it. No user name or password required. You do HAVE to be on a military machine. You cannot access from non-military machines.
Special Instructions: The AUP has to be uploaded to ATCTS.
How to Upload Your AUP to ATCTS (.pdf)
RecTrac Code: A6-AUP
Civilian Human Resources Training Application System
Use Internet Explorer to access. Requires a CAC card to access.
Automated management system that provides the ability to develop and record completed training, apply for Civilian Human Resources courses, Civilian Education System (CES) courses and the Civilian Senior Leader Management Office (CSLMO) courses. Foundation and Basic courses as well as supervisor courses.
Collateral Duty Safety Course
Description: Learn to recognize hazards in the workplace, report the hazards, and abate these hazards with appropriate professional safety assistance. This course is not a requirement for everyone. Please ask your supervisor if you need to take it.
Frequency: One time requirement for CDSOs
Log In Method/Accessibility: AKO login username and password or CAC. Accessible from any computer.
Special Instructions: Look on the right side of the page for the “Most Requested” section. Click Online Training. Scroll to ALMS, click on the green “Launch ALMS" button. Accept the “ALMS User Agreement”. Log in using CAC or AKO username and password. Click “Search” link on the left side of the page. Type “Collateral Duty Safety Course” in the search box. Select course link, hover over course title, select “Registration for course”.
Help: Contact the ALMS email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +1 (334)255-0208 or +1 (334)255-0257, DSN (312)558-0208/0257.
MG Robert M. Joyce School for Family and MWR (IMCOM Academy)
The MG Robert M. Joyce School for Family and MWR provides web-based instruction and performance support through its virtual campus.
EAMS-A Single Sign-On
EEO / No Fear Training, Information Security (INFOSEC), Ethics, and Sexual Harassment /Assault Response & Prevention (SHARP) Part 2.
Operation Excellence (OPEX Initial) Training
Description: This course is an essential part of on-boarding new team-members, setting the standard and foundation of success for world-class customer service delivery. OPEX Initial is offered in two modalities, either of which satisfies the year-one OPEX training requirement: (1) Residential Classroom OPEX taught onsite at garrisons, or (2) Online OPEX available immediately and on-demand at the link above. Either the residential or online OPEX course should be completed within a new employee's first 30-90 days of employment.
Frequency: Within 90 days of hire
Log in method/accessibility: Please see your supervisor for date and times of available Face to Face training. Online version available through above link with user name and password.
Operation Excellence (OPEX Refresher)
Description: Family and MWR provides opportunities for the workforce to refresh their skills every year in customer service delivery. A variety of smaller targeted training topics are available to meet the individual needs of learners and facilities. These smaller courses are offered in several modalities: (1) Self-Paced Online tutorials, (2) "Training-in-a-box": meeting materials and activities for direct manager delivery to staff, and (3) Team-based small targeted workshops by Service Culture Educators (SCEs) directly at the facility level. Any of these modalities satisfy the annual customer service training requirement for frontline staff.
Log in method/accessibility: Contact your garrison's assigned Service Culture Educator for more information.
- FY21 & FY22 DONSA & Holiday Schedules
Summer 2021 (.pdf)
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