Enlisted Distribution and Verification Report
An enlisted distribution and verification report
(EDVR) is a statement of an activitys personnel ac-
countthe number of personnel assigned, their rates,
their NECs, etc. The Enlisted Personnel Management
Center (EPMAC) publishes an up-to-date EDVR
monthly for every command.
As a supervisor, you should learn to use the
EDVR. It contains valuable information that will assist
you in providing proper manning for your ship. You
will use the EDVR often, more so than the MPA or
the SMD. As an FC1 or FCC, you will work closely
with the division officer to determine NEC manning
and personnel losses and gains, as well as to initiate
any necessary changes to the EDVR.
The purpose of the EDVR is to provide
a rate or NEC summary of the current and
future manning status of the activity,
a common reference point in any discussion
of manning status between the manning or
detailing control authorities and the activity,
a statement of account for verification by the
a permanent historical record at the Navy
Military Personnel Command (NMPC) of an
activitys personnel account for statistical uses
and overall Navy manning.
The EDVR printout is divided into the following
nine sections and as described in table 2-2:
Sections 1 through 3 contain personnel in-
formation that has been extracted from the
activity account and that requires special atten-
tion or action by the activity.
Section 4 contains the total personnel account
of the activity, including those members re-
flected in sections 1 through 3.
Sections 5 through 8 contain only statistical
and authorized billet information.
Section 9 contains information on NEC man-
agement and lists names and up to five NECs
that the service member may hold.