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USPHS Commissioned Corps electronic Officer Personnel Folder (eOPF). Career Planning and Preparation LCDR Camille P. Hawkins CDR Cheryl A. Wiseman. What is the eOPF?.

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usphs commissioned corps electronic officer personnel folder eopf

USPHS Commissioned Corps electronic Officer Personnel Folder (eOPF)

Career Planning and Preparation

LCDR Camille P. Hawkins

CDR Cheryl A. Wiseman

what is the eopf
What is the eOPF?
  • The electronic Official Personnel Folder (eOPF) includes documents such as your Commissioned Officer’s Effectiveness Reports (COERS), Promotion Report (PIR), Curriculum Vitae (CV), licensure validation, and educational information.
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What is the eOPF?...
  • Secure access to PHS officer file 24/7
  • Log in required
  • May grant temporary privileges to mentor and others

Each PHS officer has one!

why keep it up to date
Why keep it up to date?
  • Reviewed by board for competitive promotion
  • Reviewed by board for non-competitive promotion
  • Reviewed for Assimilation
  • Reviewed for Awards
  • A properly maintained CV provides documentation of your performance and career development
components of the eopf
Letter of Reprimand



ROS (check that it is there)

OS (officer faxes)

Components of the eOPF

Blue Section – OCCO

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Realtime PIR



Awards (PHS/NonPHS)

Continuing Ed (CME, Advanced Degrees, Medical courses (BLS/ACLS), Some leadership courses, other training (CMBC))

Special Skills

Outside Activities

PHS Support

Components of the eOPF

Green Section – Officer Responsibility

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Privacy Act/Release paperwork

ID Cards (1172)

Insurance Forms

Statement of Service

Misc. Documents

Components of the eOPF

Yellow Section– OCCO

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Assimilation Documents

T & E data/Base pay computation

Requests for Personnel Actions

Appt Notice

Oath of Office

Security/Sensitivity Clearance Papers

Application Documents

Components of the eOPF

Pink Section – OCCO

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Promotion Scores Sheets

Assimilation Score Sheets

PIR (snapshot)

Components of the eOPF

Beige Section– OCCO

promotion information report pir
Promotion Information Report (PIR)
  • The PIR is an internal document from OCCO, which reflects specific ‘real-time’ information.
  • Information includes general dates, current billet title and equivalent grade, creditable service towards retirement, PHS/military awards authorized for wear on the uniform, COER rating for the last 5 years, and PHS Assignment history.
what to update
What to Update
  • Ensure all COERS are in your OPF.
    • For problems, first contact your CC Agency Liaison; if unavailable, contact the OCCO COER Coordinator at #240-453-6003.
    • Fax Officer Statement (OS) prior to Dec 31, if up for promotion.
  • Ensure Basic Readiness.
    • Check status at
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What to Update…
  • Submit current CV and CV cover page (as one document). This will replace the previous one.
  • Use HSO Curriculum Vitae (CV) Preparation Guidelines:

Curriculum Vitae

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What to Update…
  • Ensure current License is on file.
  • Insure a NACI clearance (or documentation of pending clearance) or higher level clearance is in your file.
    • For verification, check the PINK section of your eOPF.
  • Insure 5-year physical is on record with MAB.
    • If eligible for permanent grade promotion, ensure a 1-year report of Medical History has been submitted to MAB.
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What to Update…
  • Update Continuing Education Annually
    •  • Fax a copy of each course completion CME certificate or other documented training to your eOPF.      • Check your eOPF to be sure your certificate has been posted       • Send a CE summary document (separate from your CV) to your eOPF.           • Prepare a line by line dated description of each event you attended           • List the events by year, with the most recent first           • Only the last 5 years need to be included           • This document should be faxed by itself into the eOPF, and is NOT needed within the CV           • Check your eOPF to see that the CE summary document has been posted
how to update
How to Update
  • Use eOPF Fax lines
    • 301-480-1436
    • 301-480-1407
  • License/Certifications
    • 240-453-6142
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How to Update…
  • PIR (OCCO PIR Coordinator)
  • OPF (
  • eOPF/PIR Instructions:
  • 2008 COER information:
new officer summary page coming soon
Seen when you log into the secure area

Time in service

Service Dates

Current Status (including Medical requirements)

Promotion Status

Immunization Status

License status

Misc messages

New Officer Summary Page coming soon….
View and update your eOPF regularly

Recheck after Faxing: (301-480-1436 / 1407)

Correct Inaccuracies: (

Use guidance from HS-PAC website, mentor or CPO

Maintain Active Duty Standards incl. Basic Readiness for retention and career development.