Question : Will I receive my
pay even though I am unable to report to work? Answer: Yes, the civilian pay
system is automatically generating time
and attendance in the event none has
been reported for an employee up to the
number of hours you are scheduled biweekly.
You will receive your basic salary and
allowances. This procedure will continue
until no longer necessary. If you have
internet connectivity, additional information
can be found at http://www.dod.mil/dfas.
Question: What will happen to my
direct deposit if my financial institution
is not operating? Answer: Financial institutions are
working with the Federal Reserve Bank to
ensure alternate locations are available
to access funds.
Question: What will happen with my
check if mail cannot be delivered to me? Answer: The Post Office has made
provisions to distribute mail at alternate
locations. However, if possible, it is
suggested you make arrangements and change
to electronic funds transfer to receive
your biweekly payments. This can be done
using myPay at https://mypay.dfas.mil/mypay.aspx.
Question: Will my allotments be processed
as normal? Answer: Yes, your allotments will
be automatically sent to the financial
institutions as normally done.
Question: Will my child support/alimony
payments be processed? Answer: Yes, child support/alimony
payments will be processed as normal
and sent to the designated recipients.
Question: Will my Thrift Savings Plan
(TSP)/TSP Loans be deducted from my pay? Answer: Yes, your TSP/TSP Loans
will be automatically deducted as they
normally are. Please visit the TSP link: http://tsp.gov/ and
CPOL Link: http://cpol.army.mil/
Question: Will my Flexible Spending
Account (FSA)/Long Term Care (LTC) payment
be made? Answer: Yes, payments for FSA/LTC
will be sent to the provider.
Question: Where will my Leave & Earning
Statement (LES) be sent? Answer: If you receive a hardcopy
LES, it will be sent to your address
of record. If you have internet connectivity,
we recommend you change your LES to electronic
vice hardcopy. You can do so at https://mypay.dfas.mil/mypay.aspx.
Question: If I am unable to reach
anyone at my work site is there an 800 number
I can call for assistance with my civilian
pay? Answer: If you are unable to contact
anyone in your agency or normal chain
of command, please call the following:
Question: Is there additional information
regarding the different pay entitlements available
to me because of Hurricane Irene? Answer: Yes, the following websites
contain information about programs you
may be eligible to participate in resulting
from Hurricane Irene.