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Army Civilian Corps Creed

I am an Army Civilian - a member of the Army Team

I am dedicated to the Army, its Soldiers and Civilians

I will always support the mission I provide stability and continuity during war and peace

I support and defend the Constitution of the United States and consider it an honor to serve the Nation and its Army

I live the Army values of Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity, and Personal Courage

I am an Army Civilian

Employee Recognition & Incentive Program

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.

View Packet (.pdf)

Nomination Form

Administrative Links

Enterprise Webmail
Remote access to your Enterprise email account.
Please Note: 
Only loads when using Internet Explorer.
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.

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.

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.

Frequently Used Websites and Forms

ACS Staff Army Community Service
Hosts the ACS Client Tracking System.

Army Knowledge Online (AKO)
Provides web-based enterprise information services to the United States Army, joint, and Department of Defense customers.

Army One Source (AOS)
Program that provides resources and support to active-duty, National Guard and Reserve service members and their families anywhere in the world. The program is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at no cost to users.

DFMWR Computer Account Checklist (.pdf)
(This form has been temporarily disabled.  We apologize for the inconvenience.)
Please see your supervisor for a printed copy.

Fort Campbell Intranet
You must be on a computer connected to the network and use Internet Explorer to access the intranet.

Interactive Customer Evaluation (ICE)The Interactive Customer Evaluation (ICE) system is a web-based tool that collects feedback on services provided by various organizations throughout the Department of Defense (DoD). The ICE system allows customers to submit online comment cards to provide feedback to the service providers they have encountered at military installations and related facilities around the world.
How to Navigate the ICE System revised (.pdf)
How to Retrieve Reports in ICE (.pdf)

Military One Source (MOS)
Military OneSource is a confidential Department of Defense-funded program providing comprehensive information on every aspect of military life at no cost to active duty, National Guard, and reserve members, and their families.

MWR Brand Central
Access MWR logos, images and print and online media for programs and events.

Mandatory Training Links

Print your Mandatory Training Checklist (.pdf)

FY19 Stand Up Training Flyer (includes EEO, TARP, ASAP, Suicide Prevention, SHARP) (.pdf)

FY19 SHARP Training Dates (.pdf)

Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) Updated May 2017 (.pdf)
Description: Annual Training required to receive access to government computers and intranet.
Frequency: Annual
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)
Help: None
RecTrac Code: A6-AUP

Anti-Terrorism (AT) Level 1 Awareness Training
The purpose of this training is to increase your awareness of terrorism and to improve your ability to apply personal protective measures. It also provides links to resources you can use in the future.
Frequency: Initial, then annually
Log In Method/Accessibility: Username and password or CAC
Help: JKO Help Desk: Mon- Fri, 24 hours a day support. Email jkohelpdesk@jten.mil or call +1 (757)203-5654, DSN: (312)668-5654
RecTrac Code: A6-AT1

Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP)
Description:  ASAP (formally known as the Army  Drug and Alcohol Prevention and Control Program) is to educate and train  Soldiers and Civilians about drugs and alcohol and the potential consequences of use and/or abuse.
Frequency:  Annually
Log In Method/Accessibility:  Face to Face at one of the Training Stand Up days.

Collateral Duty Safety Course
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 usarmy.rucker.hqda-secarmy.mbx.safe-dlcoordinator@mail.mil or call +1 (334)255-0208 or +1 (334)255-0257, DSN (312)558-0208/0257.
RecTrac Code:

Combating Trafficking in Persons Awareness (CTIP)
This training deals frankly and candidly with the realities of trafficking in persons (TIP), which capitalizes on human misery and exploitation. To some people, being exposed to the details about trafficking in persons (TIP) may be considered distasteful. This TIP training addresses what some may see as an upsetting look at the realities of the problem. For all, that is the nature of the problem. This training is intended to increase everyone's awareness of that issue and to help serve to end it.
Frequency: One Time - New Hires
Log In Method/Accessibility: AKO login username and password or CAC. Accessible from any computer.
Help: Army Enterprise Service Desk (AESD) help or call +1 (866)335-2769.
RecTrac Code: A6-CTIP

Constitution Day
Description: Knowing what is in the U.S. Constitution and why the Constitution is relevant to us today is fundamental to our being able to defend it. As federal civil servants supporting the Department of Defense, we have a special obligation to understand and appreciate the U.S. Constitution and the role we each play in providing 'for the common defense'.
Frequency: One Time - New Hires
Log In Method/Accessibility: Log in or CAC is NOT required. Accessible from any computer.
Special Instructions:  Use Internet Explorer to access.
Training content can be printed. The certificate is a fillable PDF. Type in name and date of training. Certificate can be saved on the computer or printed.
RecTrac Code:

Cyber Awareness Challenge
Description: The objectives of this training are listed as follows. Affect physical security of computer hardware and software. Limit access to computer equipment to authorized users only. Prevent computer fraud, waste and abuse. Implement effective contingency planning. Report security problems to the chain of command. Protect computer files from infection by malicious logic.
Frequency: Annual
Log In Method/Accessibility: CAC login to receive credit. Accessible from any computer.
Special Instructions: All personnel must successfully complete the training and the end of course test to receive full credit.To meet Army requirements, all personnel must complete the training and score 70% or greater on the Cyber Awareness Challenge test. One certificate will be generated upon successful completion of the training and test. This certificate will have the SIT Director's signature printed on it.
Help: Email usarmy.gordon.cyber-coe.mbx.iad-inbox@mail.mil. This help desk cannot assist with AKO credentials. If you created an account in the past but your account could not be found, please provide the following in your email:

  • AKO username
  • AKO email address
  • Last Name, First Name, Middle Initial
  • Any other email address you may have used when creating an account in the past (please list all possibilities)
  • Date you created the account or last took an exam
  • If you DO NOT provide all of the above information, your request may be delayed due to lack of information, or you may be forced to create a new account.

Office Hours Mon-Fri 7:30 a.m.- 4 p.m. Please allow up to 48 hours for a response.
RecTrac Code:  A6-CYBER

Equal Opportunity, Anti-Harassment, and No Fear
Description: Understand and know rights and remedies employees have under Federal anti-discrimination, anti-harassment, and whistle-blower protection laws.
Frequency: Annual - two courses - one for supervisors, one for non-supervisors.
Log In Method/Accessibility:
Face to Face or On Line - login with CAC to register for course on ATRRS.  Accessible from any computer.
Special Instructions:  Select course catalog button on right side of the ATRRS page. Type “No Fear” into course title search box then press enter. Select “EEO Anti-Harassment & No Fear-Non Supervisor” or “Supervisor” link. Select register. Agree to the privacy and security page. Log into the ATRRS using CAC. Fill out the application and submit application. You will receive an email containing instructions for the training. It takes approximately 24 hours from time of registration to access the course. Click through 61 slides and complete knowledge checks. No final exam, print certificate.
Help: Contact the ALMS email usarmy.rucker.hqda-secarmy.mbx.safe-dlcoordinator@mail.mil or call +1 (334)255-0208 or +1 (334)255-0257, DSN (312)558-0208/0257.
RecTrac Code:  A6-EEO


Family & MWR Team Member Orientation
Description:  This program integrates new employees into the Family and MWR Culture at their local garrison. The orientation explores Family and MWR's purpose, impact and commitment to service excellence, the role of new team members in the organization's mission, and how they impact the lives of Soldiers and Families.  Army policy is that all Family and MWR staff should complete this course within the first 30 days on the job.  This course is delivered onsite at garrisons.
Frequency:  Within 30 days of hire
Log in method/accessibility:  Please see your supervisor for date and times of available Face to Face training.

Information Security (INFOSEC)
Description:  The Information Security Program Training is a web-based course that is targeted to all Department of the Army (DA) personnel, including Soldiers, DA Civilians and DA contractors.  This training provides an initial orientation for maintaining security eligibililty before being granted access or being expected to be granted access to any classified or sensitive information.  It ensures all personnel are aware of their responsibilities and the importance of protecting national security.
Frequency:  Annual (Face to Face or Online)
Log in method/accessibility:  Log in using CAC or AKO username and password. Available from any computer.
Special Instructions:  Works better with Internet Explorer.

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.
Frequency:  Annual
Log in method/accessibility:  Contact your garrison's assigned Service Culture Educator for more information.

Operations Security (OPSEC)
This is an interactive web-based course that provides OPSEC awareness for military members, government employees, contractors and dependents. The course provides information on the basic need to protect unclassified information about operations and personal information to ensure safe and successful operations and personal safety.
Frequency: Initial and annual refresher
Log In Method/Accessibility: Online or face to face. No Login required. Accessible from any computer.
Special Instructions: Training Instructions
Works better with Internet Explorer
Help: Help website
RecTrac Code: A6-OPSEC

Risk Management
Risk Management is the process of identifying, assessing, and controlling risks arising from operational factors and making decisions that balance risk cost with mission benefits. The Army uses risk management (RM) to help maintain combat power while ensuring mission accomplishment in current and future operations. RM applies to both operations and to nonoperational activities.
Frequency: One Time
Log In Method/Accessibility: CAC login required. Accessible from any computer.
Special Instructions: Launch ATTRS (green box), Gold banner ARMY, click Self Development use the “Quick Course Search” on the left hand side and type  2G-F104_DL (Composite Risk Management Civilian Basic ). Register.
Help: ATTRS email usarmy.rucker.hqda-secarmy.mbx.safe-dlcoordinator@mail.mil
or phone +1 (334)255-0208 or +1 (334)255-0257, DSN (312)558-0208 or (312)558-0257.
RecTrac Code:


Sexual Harassment/Assault Response & Prevention (SHARP) Online Training
Description: This online training provides Soldiers and DA Civilians with the tools necessary to identify, prevent, and respond to incidences of sexual harassment and sexual assault. Please see your supervisor for date and times of available face to face training.
Frequency: Annual
Log In Method/Accessibility: Log in using CAC or AKO username and password. Available from any computer.
Special Instructions: Accessing Training Instructions
This is a 2 part training requirement.  Face to Face and On-Line.  Both must be completed to meet the requirement.
Help: Help page
RecTrac Code: A6-SHARP

Suicide Prevention
Description:  This course is designed to offer training and resources to all personnel who would be able to assist in saving another's life form the individual's own self harm.  This course is open to all employees.
Frequency:  Annually
Log In Method/Accessibility:  Face to Face at one of the Training Stand Up days.


Threat Awareness and Reporting Program (TARP)
Threat awareness and education training is designed to ensure that DA personnel recognize and report incidents and indicators of attempted or actual espionage, subversion, sabotage, terrorism or extremist activities directed against the Army and its personnel, facilities, resources, and activities; indicators of potential terrorist associated insider threats; illegal diversion of military technology; unauthorized intrusions into automated information systems; unauthorized disclosure of classified information; and indicators of other incidents that may indicate foreign intelligence or international terrorism targeting of the Army.
Frequency: Annual - Face to Face
Log In Method/Accessibility: Please see your Supervisor for date and times of available Face to Face training.


Other Training Links

EAMS-A Single Sign-On
EEO / No Fear Training, Information Security (INFOSEC), Ethics, and Sexual Harassment /Assault Response & Prevention (SHARP) Part 2.

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.

College of Installation Command (IMCOM Academy)
Family & MWR Orientation and Operation Excellence (OPEX). Enables Garrisons to provide quality of life programs and services to Soldiers and Families by developing and sustaining the Family and MWR workforce through training, performance support and career planning.

Defense Travel System
The Defense Travel System (DTS) is a fully integrated, automated, end-to-end travel management system that enables DoD travelers to create authorizations (TDY travel orders), prepare reservations, receive approvals, generate travel vouchers, and receive a split reimbursement between their bank accounts and the Government Travel Charge Card (GTCC) vendor. DTS operates at over 9,500 total sites worldwide.

U.S. Army Information Assurance Virtual Training
Portable Electronic Devices and Removable Storage Media Training, Phishing Awareness Training, Safe Home Computing Training, Personally Identifiable Information (PII) Training.