|We know how important your pay is to you. We are committed to ensuring scheduled payments are made timely. We encourage you to use our online tools such as myPay and AskDFAS and our phone self-service tools. Our Customer Care Center representatives remain available to assist you with any additional questions you might have.
Social Security Payroll Withholding Tax Deferral
Applies to most military member and civilian employees. Find out more details here
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Defense Civilian Pay System Password Reset
Thrift Savings Plan
Effective January 1, 2018, under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) most civilian relocation allowances became taxable. See how these changes might affect your PCS move, click here for more.
Hurricane season is here! See what to do in case you are evacuated. Check here for more info
Manage your Leave and Earnings Statements, W-2's, pay information and more using myPay, DFAS’ online payroll tool. myPay puts more information and services at your finger tips.
Don't forget to update your mailing address if you move or plan to move.
Learn the basics
about your civilian pay. Basic and premium pay, your entitlements, pay increases and your leave and earnings statement are defined.
For Civilian Pay questions, please contact your Customer Service Representative (CSR). Contact your immediate supervisor for more details.
MILITARY SERVICE DEPOSITS
Want your time in the military to count toward your civilian retirement service requirement? Learn how to request and submit your Estimated Earnings during military service to get started.
If you're thinking about applying your military time towards your civilian retirement, use the new Military Service Earnings/Buy-Back Estimator to help you make your decision.
The tool will give you ESTIMATES for both your military earnings and the associated cost to apply that service time towards your federal civilian retirement. While this tool only offers unofficial estimates, it can help you decide whether or not you want to start the formal military buy back process.
Page updated September 8, 2020