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Tech. Sgt. Chi Yi welcomes new an officer trainee to Officer Training School Nov. 13, 2013, at Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala. Yi and his fellow military training instructors will instill basic military knowledge during the OTs time here. (Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class William Blankenship)

The Air Force has implemented new officer and enlisted evaluation systems. Beginning this year, the myEvaluation (myEval) application should reduce administrative burdens, be easier for airmen and guardians to use, and provide leadership with the information they need in order to make effective decisions.

The myEval program launched Jan. 4 for human resources personnel, and will be open for familiarization to all airmen and guardians by Jan. 18. It will be fully opened by Feb. 4. The Air Force is requiring all airmen and guardians to provide performance feedback via myEval. Any officer and enlisted evaluations with a close-out date of May 30 of this year must be processed using myEval. Until the new system is fully operational, all letters of evaluation and training reports should be processed using the current systems. The Space Force will continue to use the Airman Comprehensive Assessment feedback forms and officer and enlisted performance reports accessible by myEval until further guidance regarding a transition decision is made.


With myEval, users should expect improvements in the way information from the Military Personnel Data System (MilPDS) is accessed, be able to use a click-to-sign-in feature, and find documentation automatically available. The need to attach supporting documentation, as such, should be significantly reduced.

“There are several milestones along this journey to a competency-based evaluation system that enables increased transparency and more direct feedback between airmen and supervisors,” said Col Laura King, the Air Force Talent Management Innovation Cell director. “The launch of myEval is a big step towards reaching our end goals.”

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