ST. LOUIS -- The St. Louis based U.S. Army Reserve
Personnel Command (AR-PERSCOM) will inactivate Oct. 2 and merge with
the U.S. Total Army Personnel Command, headquartered in Alexandria,
Va., to form the U.S. Army Human Resources Command (HRC).
The new command will integrate the two existing organizations
as a baseline for a multicomponent field-operating agency under the
Army's deputy chief of staff for personnel.
The HRC will bring together human resource management functions
for the Army and Army Reserve to better meet the future needs of Army
soldiers and civilians.
site to get
new look Oct. 2
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (Army News
Service) -- Visitors to the U.S. Army Personnel Command (PERSCOM)
and Army Reserve Personnel Command's Web pages will see a new
look in October.
The new page can be
accessed at https://www.hrc.army.mil
beginning Oct. 2.
The front page will link to active and Army Reserve
promotion and school information lists, the 'My2xcitizen'
portal, Army Knowledge online, Assignment Satisfaction Key and
the Official Military Personnel File page., according to Col.
Marshall Fite, the PERSCOM chief information officer.
"The initial change will just be the front page of
the HRC Web site. As
the new organization continues to evolve, the Web site will
change to reflect the organization," said Fite.
"No information will be lost in the
note: Information provided by PERSCOM public affairs.)
The merger will not result in any immediate changes to AR-PERSCOM's
structure, and all existing services will continue uninterrupted
throughout the transformation. During the next fiscal year, business processes will be
evaluated within the new command to determine the future structure of
In addition, on Oct. 2, AR-PERSCOM's existing 2xCitizen web
site will become part of the new HRC Web site at https://www.hrc.army.mil.
All content and tools currently available on 2xCitizen and the
portal, My2xCitizen, will continue to be made available to customers.
This includes secure access to Army Reserve personnel record
information, New Army HRC and Web site board data and retirement
tools. The new HRC Web
site will provide a central point for soldiers in both the Active Army
and the Army Reserve to access their personnel data.
More information on the Army's human resources transformation
will be released as it becomes available.
for the HRC Web site at https://www.hrc.army.mil
beginning Oct. 2, and get the latest information.