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It’s all yours – eOPF: My official personnel folder
Where can employees go — anytime, anywhere — to look at their official records?
The Official Personnel Folder (OPF) contains documents, including appointment, compensation, benefits, administrative and payroll records. USPS may use these records to review employee qualifications, status, eligibility, rights and benefits. They’re also used to track length of service and other information USPS needs to provide personnel services.
Before 2008, employees had to meet with their district personnel offices to review their folders. Now, OPF documents are available online and have become “eOPFs.” Employees can go to LiteBlue at any time to review their files. Each eOPF is a secure and encrypted file, available only to employees by using their employee ID number and USPS PIN, and to HR professionals with an official need to view them.
USPS always has encouraged employees to check their records for accuracy. Employees should review their eOPFs to make sure documents are up-to-date. Accurate records will make processing personnel actions such as transfers, promotions or retirements easier. Employees who need to change, remove or add documents must complete a PS Form 8043 and submit it to their district HR Generalist.
Disciplinary documents only can be removed according to provisions of collective bargaining agreements, the ELM 650 appeals process or as a result of an EEO or Merit System Protection Board decision. Documents placed in an eOPF by another federal agency cannot be removed.
Employees who cannot access their eOPFs using LiteBlue should notify their area Human Resources analyst, district HR Local Services, or HQ Corporate Personnel.
Please Note: Postal Employee Network cannot answer questions regarding your personnel folder or its contents.