JANUARY 28, 2020 – Commander, Navy Reserve Forces Command (CNRFC) announces the release of ZipServe, a new application that allows Reservists to apply for all Reserve order opportunities.
ZipServe is a complete overhaul of the advertising and application process for mobilizations, Annual Training (AT), Active Duty for Training (ADT), Active Duty for Special Work (ADSW) and Definite Recall (DR). It will replace the AdPortal and Mobilization Portal and provide users with a process similar to the private sector.
“ZipServe is one of many applications that are being introduced to Reserve Sailors in an effort to modernize the Reserve Force,” said Rear Adm. John Schommer, commander, Navy Reserve Forces Command. “These capabilities being introduced are a direct result of listening to input from our Reserve Sailors about issues that affect them the most, and responding with tools to make their lives easier.”
In ZipServe, Sailors can apply for multiple opportunities, view enhanced details about each opportunity, and monitor the status of applications. Users will receive email notifications on their application status, including selection, non-selection and changes or cancelations to their active applications.
“Think of ZipServe as your ‘one-stop shop’ for Reserve order opportunities,” said Capt. Michael Leachman, deputy chief of staff for CNRFC’s Information Technology department. “Rather than being limited to using an application from a Navy Reserve activity, Sailors are now able to search and apply for orders by opening up ZipServe from the comfort of their home or mobile device.”
ZipServe is accessible on myNRH, https://www.mynrh.navy.mil, or as an application optimized for mobile access via R2S (currently iOS only).
If you have questions about ZipServe, contact the help desk at ZipServe_Help@navy.mil.
Story by Petty Officer 1st Class Arthurgwain Marquez
Commander, Navy Reserve Force