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Electronic Official Personnel Folder (eOPF)


The Department of Transportation (DOT) launched the electronic official personnel folder system (eOPF) in mid-February 2008.  The eOPF is an electronic version of your Official Personnel Folder and contains all the official records required to document your Federal career.  To ensure the confidentiality of data viewed within the eOPF application, DOT employees will only have access to the eOPF system on a secured DOT network computer.

Who should I contact if I have questions?

Questions related to the Department’s implementation should be directed to your Operating Administration’s Point of Contact. If you are having problems using the application, please contact the eOPF Help Desk at

How do I login to eOPF?

The eOPF web address is

Welcome letters will be sent to all employees with User ID and password information.  Contact your Operating Administration’s Point of Contact if you have not received your welcome letters containing your user ID and password.

Where can I find additional information related to eOPF?

Please refer to the eOPF Frequently Asked Questions for more information.

For additional assistance, please refer to the Employee Quick Reference Guide and the eOPF User Guide (accessible through the eOPF application). A text version of the Employee Quick Reference Guide is also available.

Why are there documents in my eOPF dated 01/01/1901?

During the backfile conversion/scanning process, some documents that contained illegible identifying information and/or dates were indexed with a default effective date of 01/01/1901.  If you have questions about any of these documents in your eOPF, please contact your servicing HR office.