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  1. sorry for being a dumb ass but can you log in to your jpa account online or does it have to be via the intranet???
  2. sgtpepperband

    sgtpepperband War Hero Moderator Book Reviewer

    1. No.
    2. Yes.
  3. 1. ta
    2. very much
  4. blanket

    If you speak nicely to your local friendly AFCO, the Careers Advisors might let you access it through them.
  5. Or local TA base
  6. There is no way to access JPA from civvy internet, you would have to access from a military terminal.

    AFCO's might let you but have recently been told not to, RNR/RMR might be a option or any other military establishment.


  7. afco's wont let me tried the other day!
  8. sgtpepperband

    sgtpepperband War Hero Moderator Book Reviewer

    Why the rush to use JPA at the moment? Wait until you get back on board! Or maybe you're overdrawn and want to submit a 'dodgy' travel claim... :twisted:
  9. witsend

    witsend War Hero Book Reviewer

    Miss out on the big coke bust sgt and now taken to trawling the interporn for some business.
  10. I understand there's an online trial going on at the moment in order to give access to those who are detatched and have no intranet access. So that's the MOD, Personal Information and the Internet.... what could possibly go wrong?
  11. There is, a select few users have been issued with an obsolete remote access solution that's probably going to be too expensive to rollout across the entire ''offline user base''.
  12. wave_dodger

    wave_dodger War Hero Book Reviewer

    Karma is correct if ever so slightly disengenuous, the current solution is based on the Government E-commerce gateway. Not exactly cutting edge, managed by a 3rd party (who lost the passwords on a USB stick last year hence the delay) and we have only received something like 1000 licences but it is a good pilot for a wider capability.

    Better than nothing.
  13. Or is it? Given that they

  14. Fair point, although can I add cynical and p!ssed off. There are much better, and cheaper, ways to solve the problem. Given the current squeeze on finances I think it's unrealistic to imagine it will go beyond a pilot.

    And bang goes the RNs commitment to 24/7 access, not that it was ever realistic in the first place. It's irritating having to beg, borrow and steal access to DII (breaching the SyOps in the process) to put in claims.
  15. wave_dodger

    wave_dodger War Hero Book Reviewer

    8O YOU wouldn't 8O
  16. :D

    Compared to my current client MoD IT Security is quite pragmatic and reasonable :)

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