NAVY - OPNAV 3501.360A
(N433) DEFENSE READINESS REPORTING SYSTEM – NAVY
|Publication Date:||17 October 2014|
Purpose. To specify policy, procedures and responsibilities for Navy forces that report readiness. This instruction is a complete revision and should be reviewed in its entirety. This revision:
a. Emphasizes that the Defense Readiness Reporting System- Navy (DRRS-N) is the Navy's authoritative system for readiness reporting.
b. Confirms that DRRS-N replaced the type commander's (TYCOM) readiness management system as the Navy's program of record for readiness reporting
c. Announces that the Navy organization server is the Navy's authoritative system for authorized force structure data, and that any Navy systems and processes that require Navy authorized force structure data shall use the Navy organization server as the authoritative data source for that information.
d. Reaffirms which units and organizations are required to register for the Global Status of Resources and Training System (GSORTS), and that unit registration for the Navy and United States Coast Guard (USCG) will be conducted via the Navy organization server.
e. Emphasizes that all Navy TYCOMs, fleet commanders, immediate superiors in command (ISIC), Commander, Navy Installations Command (CNIC), and readiness subject matter experts are directed to review, as required at least annually, their own and any subordinate organization's status to ensure Navy mission-essential task list (NMETL) information is current and accurately presented.
f. Revises the reporting criteria and specifies which Navy and USCG units and organizations are required to report readiness in either Defense Readiness Reporting System-Strategic (DRRS-S) or DRRS-N.
g. Updates the data submissions section.
h. Updates the responsibilities section.