As many professional pilots are already aware, FAA is phasing out the Pilot Records Improvement Act (PRIA) records system and replacing it with the new Pilot Records Database (PRD). While the full transition will take three years, the PRD is already live at https://www.faa.gov/regulations_policies/pilot_records_database/ and can be accessed by pilots certificated to fly manned or unmanned aircraft commercially.
Specifically, pilots with a Commercial or Airline Transport Pilot Certificate and a valid FAA Medical Certificate, and pilots with a Remote Pilot Certificate, can sign up for PRD access. There is no charge for pilots to sign up and check their own PRD records, and it is advisable to do so in case there are any errors or inaccuracies present. 14 CFR §111.320 allows pilots finding errors or inaccuracies to report them and request corrections, and 14 CFR §111.250 details the responsibilities of the reporting entity to correct errors and resolve related disputes.