Cornerstone On-Demand (CSOD) is an online comprehensive learning platform available to all DoDEA employees. CSOD supports individualized professional learning and development pathways to sustain and grow the DoDEA workforce.
Travel State Government - Safety. Security. Service. Our highest priority is to protect the lives and interests of U.S. citizens overseas. We do this through routine and emergency services to Americans at our embassies and consulates around the world.
The current DoDEA HQ Consolidated Database Warehouse is composed of student enrollment, sponsor, English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), student course and grades, race and ethnicity, and assessment data. The system uses Common Access Card (CAC) for authentication with Microsoft Internet Explorer or Google Chrome browser.
The DoDEA Principal's Desktop Guide provides clarification of school policies, regulations, and operational guidance for all aspects of the school environment. This guide is a tool for all school administrators. (Password Protected)
The DoDEA Student Information System User Guide provides comprehensive guidance and instructions for entering, modifying, and retrieving all student data. These data include student demographic information (i.e., name, parent/sponsor, age, DOB, etc.) and educationally related information (i.e., courses, grades, transcript, attendance, discipline, etc.). This guide also provides instructions for generating required reports for analysis of longitudinal data (e.g., immunization, attendance, grades, etc.).
Schoology is an online learning, classroom management, and social networking platform that improves learning through better communication, collaboration, and increased access to curriculum and supplemental content. DoDEA's new Learning Management System (LMS).
Authorization and payment of overseas allowances and differential is governed by the provisions of the Department of State Standardized Regulations (DSSR)(Government Civilians/Foreign Areas) and Department of Defense Instruction 1400.25, Volume 1250. Overseas Allowances and differentials (except post allowance) are not automatic salary supplements, nor are they entitlements. They are specifically intended to be recruitment incentives for U.S. citizen employees living in the United States to accept Federal employment in a foreign area.
FASCLASS is a Department of Army application adopted by DoDEA that maintains all active position descriptions in an electronic data base, and provides "read only" access to these position descriptions to all DoDEA employees.
Every supervisor, manager, and employee in DoDEA can use the "read only" function of FASCLASS. It's easy to use and provides real time access to current approved position descriptions in DoDEA.
The GRB Platform (Formerly EBIS) is an automated, secure, self-service Web application that allows employees to make health insurance, life insurance, and Thrift Savings Plan contribution elections, review general and personal benefits information.
GTS allows grievance information to be entered into the system and provides access for selected supervisors and human resources specialist. If you have any additional questions or require access, contact Human Resources Center's GTS coordinator.
MyPay is a self-service system provided by the Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS), DODEA’s payroll provider. You may make changes to pay information, change your address, and view online Leave and Earnings Statements and Travel Vouchers. You can also print W2 forms.
The Operations, Plans, Legislation, and Policy Division administers and operates DoDEA's program in publishing and maintaining DoDEA-level policies and facilitates DoD-level issuances for the agency. Additionally, the Division oversees the Director's Issuance Focal Point Working Group that works on larger issues involving the DoDEA policy program. In addition, the Division handles Congressional inquiries on behalf of constituents, and reviews legislation, the annual National Defense Authorization Act and Defense Appropriations, and other inquiries from the legislative branch.
Implemented by Congress in the Federal Employee's Retirement System Act of 1986, the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) is a tax deferred retirement savings and investment plan for Federal employees covered by the Civilian Service Retirement System (CSRS) or Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS) and members of the Uniformed Services.
All employees have TOPS Online access through the employee section as long as their information is contained in the Employee Personnel Database (EPD). To access your information, click on the Login link, then on the Employee link, click on the Login Using CAC.