Defense Civilian Personnel Advisory (DCPAS) is DoD's consolidated provider of civilian personnel administrative programs and advisory services.
Defense Civilian Personnel Advisory Service (DCPAS) Field Advisory Services (FAS) Division provides the highest level of technical advice, guidance, and training to Human Resources specialists.
General information about the Department of Defense. Organization structure, biographies of major officials, Pentagon information, etc.
Home page of the Defense Finance and Accounting Service. Includes information on pay.
|DoD TMO Per Diem|
DoD Per Diem, Travel, and Transportation. PDTATAC administers DoD per diem rates and other allowances. Site includes information about regulations and procedures.
Civilian pay policy and procedures from the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller).
SITES (Standard Installation Topic Exchange Service) provides specific information about military bases. This link can only be accessed by current DoD employees. If you are not currently a DoD employee and need installation information, please contact our Recruitment Unit. Thank you.
|Troops to Teachers|
Referral assistance and placement services for DoD personnel who are interested in beginning a second career in public education as a teacher or teacher's aide.
|WHS Human Resources Directorate|
Washington Headquarters Services (WHS) Human Resource Services provides personnel information and services to the Office of the Secretary of Defense and other Defense agencies in the National Capital Region.
Links to many web sites with employment information
|Federal Daily News|
News and resources for Federal and Postal employees.
|Federal Government Resources on the Web|
Current and historical documents available from the Federal Government. From the University of Michigan Documents Center.
Don Mace's FedWeek. A private newsletter that provides information for Federal employees: Pay & promotion, retirement, leave, insurance, and many other subject areas.
|Government Executive Magazine|
Home page of Government Executive magazine.
International Personnel Management Association (IPMA) is a professional association for public personnel professionals, primarily those who work in federal, state, or local government.
The National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA) is an organization chartered by Congress to provide assistance to federal, state, and local governments.
|Commonly Requested Federal Services|
Commonly requested information about the Federal Government. Part of the White House web page. Includes taxes, employment, and volunteering.
|Department of State|
Department of State web site includes travel warnings by country, overseas allowance rates, and other information..
|Federal Bulletin Board Online|
The Federal Bulletin Board is a service of the US Government Printing Office (GPO). All Federal agencies may use the FBB to distribute documents to the public.
|FedWorld Information Network|
Information about the Federal Government. Includes search facilities.
Information on the Merit Systems Protection Board. MSPB is a Government agency that oversees the merit system of employment and hears appeals from employees.
|National Archives and Records Administration|
Access to the Code of Federal Regulations, the Federal Register, public laws, Presidential documents, and other documents from the National Archives and Records Administration
Home page of the Office of Management and Budget, the agency with primary responsibility for the Federal budget.
OPM provides general information to serve the needs of Federal workers and human resources practitioners. (For example - job qualifications/classification, career transition, workforce restructuring, benefits and retirement, etc.)
|OPM USA Jobs|
Direct access to OPM job announcements (part of the OPM web site above).
|Thrift Savings Plan|
Information about the Thrift Savings Plan, part of the Federal employee retirements systems.
Information about Veteran's Preference from the Department of Labor.