How do I find my CMS-ID?

Goto the CMSID website at: Note: When Accessing CMSID you may get a “Potential Security Risk Warning” This is because the Navy systems us a security system that is not reconized by all browsers.

What is CMS-ID called now?

The Navy this month replaced the old enlisted detailing system known as CMS-ID with a new system known as MyNavy Assignment.

How do I get on Cmsid?

■ OBTAIN COMMAND ACCESS TO CMS-ID Go to the NPC home page at Under Enlisted, select CMS-ID. Execute instructions located in the right menu titled, ‘CMSID BBD Access Instructions. ‘ • Attach signed letter to digitally signed and encrypted email and send to [email protected].

What is Cmsid Navy?

CMS-ID is a web-based system that allows Sailors to view available jobs and make their own applications or apply through their Command Career Counselor. Sailors can view CMS-ID through a secure website located at

How do I create a CMS ID?

How to Create and Update CMS User Accounts

  1. After logging into the Content Management System (CMS), click on the Account button located in the top right corner of your map.
  2. Once on the Account Page, click the blue Users tab.
  3. Along the left-hand side of the screen next to the User List will be a sidebar titled Add User.

How do I get a new Medicare ID number?

There are 3 ways you and your office staff can get MBIs:

  1. Ask your Medicare patients. Ask your Medicare patients for their Medicare cards when they come for care.
  2. Use your MAC’s secure MBI look-up tool. You can look up MBIs for your Medicare patients when they don’t or can’t give them.
  3. Check the remittance advice.

When did Medicare stop using Social Security numbers?

April 2019
With the increased risk of identity theft posed by the use of Social Security numbers (SSNs) on Medicare cards, Congress passed and President Obama signed into law the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015, mandating the removal of SSNs from all Medicare cards by April 2019.

Can I look up someone’s Medicare number?

myCGS MBI Lookup Tool. Use myCGS to look up any Medicare beneficiary’s MBI, regardless of where they live. To find MBIs in the portal, your Medicare beneficiaries must provide their first and last name, date of birth an SSN.

What does CWAY mean?

FAQs for Extension of Enlistments to Complete. The Career Waypoints (C-WAY) system is a corporate Information Technology system which provides a mechanism for matching personnel inventory to requirements with the best performing Sailors.

What is Type 2 and Type 4 sea duty?

Are on Type 2 Sea Duty, which are ships and squadrons based in the United States, including Hawaii and Alaska; Type 3, which is overseas remote land-based sea duty; or Type 4 Sea Duty, which includes those on commissioned vessels and in deployable squadrons homeported overseas.

What does CMS mean in the military?

A battlefield management system (BMS) is a system meant to integrate information acquisition and processing to enhance command and control of a military unit.

What is CMS support?

A content management system, often abbreviated as CMS, is software that helps users create, manage, and modify content on a website without the need for specialized technical knowledge. Beyond websites, you can also find content management systems for other functions – like document management.

Is the Navy’s online detailing program still live?

MyNavy Assignment, the online detailing tool that went live last week, represents the most significant update to the Navy’s enlisted detailing process in more than a decade.

What’s the difference between mynavy assignment and CMS?

MyNavy Assignment replaces the Career Management System/Interactive Detailing (CMS/ID). The old enlisted detailing process traced its history back 13 years when the Navy moved away from an older version of the detailing system, according to the Navy.

Why do I get a potential security risk warning when I use cmsid?

Note: When Accessing CMSID you may get a “Potential Security Risk Warning” This is because the Navy systems us a security system that is not reconized by all browsers. You can safely continue past this working Loading…