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Beginning in 1971, the Department of the Navy, Comptroller's Office contracted with ESF to complete the following projects:



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Joint Uniform Military Pay System (JUMPS)...


The Navy created the Joint Uniform Military Pay System (JUMPS) in order to maintain and distribute Leave and Earnings Statements; determine and audit pay entitlements or deductions; compute, pay and report payments; determine budgets and appropriation requirements; commence and terminate allotments; determine amounts subject to fines, forfeitures or detentions of pay in connection with non-judicial punishment and courts martial and distribution of payments. All Navy personnel on active duty and individual recipients of allotments of Navy personnel (active duty and retired) were included in the JUMPS program.

In 1971, ESF, under contract to the Office of the Navy Comptroller, designed a series of learning packages for recruit training in the Joint Uniform Military Pay System (JUMPS). These learning packages were used by the Navy to introduce its 150,000 new recruits to the JUMPS newly-computerized pay system.

These included the following Modules:

  • Navy Pay
  • Leave and Pay Procedures, and
  • Financial Management.


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Navy Industrial Fund (NIF)...


ESF, under contract to the Office of the Navy Comptroller, designed a series of learning packages for training in the Navy Industrial Fund (NIF) area. The purpose of the Navy Industrial Fund (now called the Navy Working Capital Fund) is to provide working capital for industrial-type and commercial-type activities, and to control and account effectively for the cost of programs and work performed within or among departments and agencies of the Department of the Navy.

Further, NIF is a revolving fund used to provide a more effective means of controlling costs; establish a flexible means for financing, budgeting and accounting; encourage the creation of buyer-seller relationships; place budgeting, and accounting on a more commercial basis; and encourage cross-servicing between military departments. The Navy Industrial Fund serves much the same purpose as the Defense Business Operating Fund. The exception is that it is used to finance the cost of maintaining and operating such industrial commercial-type activities as naval shipyards. Major charges to the fund are civilian labor, material purchases, travel of personnel, transportation of material, cost of purchased utilities, and equipment and property rental. The fund is reimbursed by proceeds from the sale of products and services.

ESF developed training programs for the following activities:

  • Research, Development, Training & Evaluation (RDT&EN)
  • Shipyard Activities
  • Ordnance Activities

NIF Operations

NIF Operations





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Research, Development, Training & Evaluation (RDT&EN)...


Navy Research and Development includes the Naval Air Warfare Centers, Naval Surface Warfare Centers, Naval Undersea Warfare Centers, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Centers, and the Naval Research Laboratory.

These Activities perform a wide range of research, development, test, evaluation, and engineering support functions.

  • Carderock Division: NSWC, Carderock Division, West Bethesda, MD
  • Weapons Division, China Lake, CA
  • NSWC, Port Hueneme Division, Port Hueneme, CA
  • Navy Public Works Center (PWC), Pearl Harbor, HI
  • SPAWAR Center San Diego, San Diego, CA

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Shipyard Activities


Naval Shipyards provide logistics support for assigned ships and service craft. They:

  • perform authorized work in connection with construction, overhaul, repair, alteration, dry docking, and outfitting of ships and crafts as assigned
  • perform design, manufacturing, refit and restoration, research, development, and test work; and
  • provide services and material to other activities and units as directed by competent authority.

Two out of the four shipyards are host activities with significant support responsibilities for military tenants.

Two of the stations provide complete home porting service for naval combat logistic force ships (ref: www.dod.mil/comptroller).


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Ordnance Activities


The Navy ordnance business area provides various services, including:

  • Ammunition storage and distribution, as well as
  • Maintenance of missiles, to customers who consist primarily of Defense organizations but also include foreign governments.

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Navy Entry Level Financial Management

This Navy Financial Management Package included four individual entry-level programs:

  • Navy Audit: A series of self-instructional programs to train Navy Financial Managers in basic practices and procedures of Internal Auditors of the U. S. Navy.
  • Navy Industrial Fund (NIF): A series of revised self-instructional programs to train Navy Financial Managers in basic practices and procedures of Cost-Center Managers of Navy activities worldwide.
  • Accounting: A series of self-instructional programs to train Navy Financial Managers in basic accounting practices and procedures.
  • Budgeting: A series of self-instructional programs to train Navy Financial Managers in basic budgeting practices and procedures in the Navy.
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