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Civilians given 60-day access to records after separating

RANDOLPH AIR FORCE BASE, Texas -- Air Force Civilian Service employees are now able to access their electronic Official Personnel Folder for up to 60 days following their date of separation.

This new capability allows employees to log into the AFPC Secure website from a personal computer using a user ID and password and download a copy of their final separation Standard Form 50, Notification of Personnel Action, or any other eOPF document.

The user ID and password must be created prior to the employee's separation date. For instructions on how to establish a user ID and password, visit the personnel services website and enter keyword "eOPF."

Allowing separated employees access to their eOPF for up to 60 days from their date of separation gives them immediate access to their final SF 50. Previously, employees had to wait for a hard copy to arrive in the mail.

This self-service capability for civilians compliments other initiatives that have been implemented as Air Force Personnel Center officials look for ways to return valuable time to employees. Other successes include the self-service education update launched in 2008, the training update released in 2009, and the certifications and licenses update, as well as the non-monetary awards update, both launched earlier this year.

For more information on any of the self-service initiatives, visit the AFPC personnel services website and enter keywords "self service updates," or call the Total Force Service Center at 800-525-0102.