New records viewing system improves access to records
By 115th Force Support Squadron, 115th Fighter Wing
/ Published October 04, 2009
MADISON, Wis. -- Air Force Personnel Center (AFPC) officials recently released the new personnel records display application (PRDA, pronounced PRaDA). PRDA is an electronic viewer for the automated records management system, which facilitates search, retrieval and management of personnel records through a role based access process.
By default, PRDA gives access to the member, the member's rater, senior rater, command chief master sergeant, wing commander, group commander, squadron commander and first sergeant. Access is only given to those people in a member's leadership chain who have an official need to view the record since protection of personally identifiable information (PII) is an ingrained feature of PRDA. PRDA allows for easy 24/7 access to documents (EPRs, orders, decorations, enlistment, etc.) that a member, rater or commander may need to accomplish specific tasks instead of requesting these documents from the Force Support Squadron.
The easiest way to access PRDA is to go to the AFPC Secure Applications link on the Air Force Portal's "Quick Links" on the left-side of the website. For additional information or to ask any questions, please feel free to contact FSS customer service.