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Consultant Toolkit

Welcome to the MSC Consultant Toolkit where you will find useful links and documents located below. This site will not only help MSC Consultants, but also other MSC officers by linking you to useful tools. If there are documents or sites that you find useful but are not featured on this page, please email usarmy.jbsa.medcom-ameddcs.mbx.medical-service-corps@mail.mil.

  • Consultant Handbook

  • Army Career Tracker (ACT) external link (opens in new browser window)
    ACT is an Army leadership development tool that provides a single point of entry for career management and development for the enlisted, officer and civilian cohorts, to include active and reserve components, with a specific set of functionalities for each component.

    ACT will pull information from training, education and experiential learning sources and present a common training picture as well as consolidated course catalog for all cohorts. ACT provides a personalized, consolidated history of all recorded education, training (institutional and unit training) and assignments in a simple-to-use interface.

  • Medical Operational Data System (MODS) external link (opens in new browser window)
    The Medical Operational Data System (MODS) is an MHSS objective system that provides the Army Medical Department (AMEDD) with an integrated automation system that supports all phases of Human Resource Life -Cycle Management in both peacetime and mobilization. This on-line system provides commanders, staffs and functional managers of AMEDD organizations with a real time source of information on the qualifications, training, special pay and readiness of Army Medical Department (AMEDD) personnel.

    MODS currently maintains sixty system interfaces which are updated on a daily, weekly, monthly or semi-annual basis. These interfaces bring in over 75% of the data used in the system. The AMEDD community has a powerful tool with which decision makers and managers can effect their work requirements quickly. As a desktop resource for the personnel manager, MODS places critical assignment, training and qualification information at his fingertips. Time spent acquiring data can now be used in analyzing the information.

  • Total Officer Personnel Management Information System (TOPMIS)
    eTOPMIS is a HRC initiative to improve access to, and manipulation of officer management data. Its primary purpose is to help officer career and distribution managers within OPMD and the world wide requisition community (Personnel Service Companies and MILPOs) manage the careers of Army Officers. eTOPMIS II is a Java based web application, intended to provide the user with friendly point and click screens, and easy access to data.

    ORBs and RFOs are available using the Internet and a standard Web Browser.

    To access eTOPMIS. external link (opens in new browser window)

    Contact your Human Resources department to request eTOPMIS access.

  • MSC Facebook external link (opens in new browser window)

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  • Defense Collaboration Services (DCS)external link (opens in new browser window)

  • Consultant Roster external link (opens in new browser window) (CAC users)

  • Assignment Officer external link (opens in new browser window)

  • AOC Vacancy external link (opens in new browser window)

  • HRC Tools and Apps external link (opens in new browser window)