Air Force

October 12, 2012

AF officials to migrate civilian personnel records to OPM

JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO – RANDOLPH, Texas — Officials at the Air Force Personnel Center project to migrate the Air Force version of each employee’s electronic Official Personnel Folder to the Office of Personnel Management’s government-wide ‘eOPF’ version in November.

The ‘eOPF’ is a digitized version of a hardcopy personnel folder that contains official human resource records for each federal employee. Officials said the system enhances portability of civilian HR records and increases employee awareness and accountability through email notifications of personnel actions.

“The OPM ‘eOPF’ provides ease of access to individual personnel records of Air Force civilian employees while protecting and securing the information contained in those records,” said Sal Lara, AFPC’s Civilian Future Operations Branch personnel systems project officer. “The OPM ‘eOPF’ is a Web application that is very similar to what civilian employees use today and we anticipate a seamless migration to OPM.”

The migration includes more than 152,000 electronic personnel records with about 14 million documents. AFPC will continue to manage civilian personnel information, but the ‘eOPF’ database will be controlled by OPM.

More information about the ‘eOPF’ migration will be available on the myPers website at http://mypers.af.mil.

 




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