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  • Welcome to OSPS
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    OSPS, part of the Enterprise Goods and Services, Financial Business Systems section, consists of two units.
    Payroll System Support (PSS) oversees state government’s central payroll processing for approximately 38,500 state employees including tax reporting and issuance of W-2s, while also managing the maintenance and changes for the statewide payroll application.
    Shared Payroll Services (SPS) provides full service payroll and benefit services for 36 client agencies, boards, and commissions including DAS and the Governor’s Office.
  • OSPS Training Opportunity
    OSPA Critical Reports Training(Classroom, 2 hours 2:00pm - 4:00pm) 
    Next class December 10, 2015, 2015. Register in iLearn by clicking below:

    The OSPA Critical Reports Training was developed for employees who are new to State of Oregon payroll or for those payroll professionals who would like more information on the reports that are important to wrok with each paryoll run.  This class will provide participants with an overview of required record retention rules, focus on critical reports (what they are, how to work them) and finally ending with how to work exception reports.

  • ePayroll Assistance

    If you are in need of technical assistance with the ePayroll site, please contact:

    Employees: your payroll office.  Need help finding contact info?  Look here:  http://www.oregon.gov/DAS/EGS/FBS/OSPS/Pages/agencypayrollsites.aspx
    Agency Payroll Staff: our helpdesk at (503) 378-6777.
    Have questions about ePayroll or looking for resources, please go to our webpage at http://www.oregon.gov/DAS/EGS/FBS/OSPS/epayroll/Pages/index.aspx
Shared Payroll Services (SPS) Payroll System Support (PSS)

Part of the overall OSPS unit, Shared Payroll Services provides full-cycle payroll and benefit services to our 37 client agencies, boards and commissions including DAS, Treasury, and the Governor’s Office.  Currently there are 4 full-time payroll technicians to assist employees with their payroll needs. Agencies are assigned to a primary payroll technician, including:


Daphne Trimpe (click to email), Phone: 503.378.6778
  • DAS except EGS (10700)
  • Racing Commission (86200)


  • DAS EGS (10700)
  • Higher Education Coordinating Commission (52500)
  • Oregon Student Assistance Commission (57500)
  • Community College Services (58600)
  • Board of Engineering and Land Surveying (96600)


Michelle Walz (click to email), Phone: 503.378.6778
  • Employment Relations Board (11500)
  • Board of Accountancy (12000)
  • Governor's Office (12100)
  • Board of Licensed Social Workers(12400)
  • Treasury Dept. (17000)
  • Government Ethics Commission (19900)
  • Psychiatric Security Review Board (39900)
  • Public Defense Services (40400)
  • Department of Geology & Mineral Industries (63200)
  • Board of Pharmacy (85500)
  • Real Estate Agency (91900)
  • Board of Massage Therapists (96800)
  • Oregon Appraisers Certification and Licensure Board (97400)


Kazue Woolery(click to email), Phone: 503.378.6778
  • Board of Licensed Counselors and Therapists (10800)
  • Long Term Care Ombudsman (11400)
  • Board of Tax Practitioners (11900)
  • Board of Psychologist Examiners (12200)
  • Advocacy Commission (13100)
  • Criminal Justice Commission (21300)
  • Columbia River Gorge Commission (35000)
  • Chief Education Office (52400)
  • Teacher Standards and Practices Commission (58400)
  • Board of Chiropractic Examiners (81100)
  • Health Related Licensing Boards (83300) - composed of six individual, license specific boards:
    • Mortuary and Cemetery
    • Naturopathic Medicine
    • Occupational Therapy
    • Radiological Technology
    • Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology
    • Veterinary Medical Examining
  • Oregon Medical Board (84700)
  • Public Utility Commission (86000)
  • Construction Contractor's Board (91500)
  • Oregon State Landscape Architect Board (96500)
  • Board of Geologist Examiners (96700)

This 9 member team consists of professionals assisting the other 50+ agency payroll technicians in their daily payroll duties.  PSS has several different sections to help agencies.  The 2 eTeam members are limited duration positions, assigned to help OSPS with special projects and tasks for a specific period of time.


OSPS Help Desk - staff are available by phone and email to assist agency payroll staff in completing OSPA processing as well as to assist with overall payroll related needs.  The help desk staff are also the ones that complete the daily "manual" or off-cycle check process.  Additionally, our help desk staff process employee payments from agencies, cancel and rewrite checks when necessary and provide a first line of auditing and error checking for all transactions, each month.


System Analysts - these professionals are tasked with the duty of making sure that system changes are correctly documented, tested and implemented as needed.  They also monitor and analyze system generated reports.  On average, there is about 7 system modifications per month. 


Accountant - our dedicated accountant is responsible for reconciling daily, bi-monthly and monthly system transactions.  In addition, the OSPS accountant researches and reconciles ACH problems, payroll transfers and payments (like federal, state and other taxes), vendor payments, and completes any employee requests for a reissued W-2.


Trainer - the OSPS trainer is responsible for analyzing, creating and implementing both system and process training for agency payroll staff.  This training can be in a computer classroom with hands-on demonstration and practice, in a virtual classroom that is instructor led, or via an on-demand tutorial that payroll staff can view at their convenience.  Currently, the training program offers quarterly forums that allow payroll staff to stay updated on the most current and relevant payroll issues as well as many different subject specific classes, web pages, tutorials and job aids. 


Manager - the OSPS manager oversees both Payroll System Support and Shared Payroll Services as well as managing multiple electronic payroll projects, monitoring compliance with state and federal regulations, providing technical assistance to agencies and other OSPS staff and assisting on emergency system modifications.


eTeam - currently part of the OSPS team, our eProjects trainer and project coordinator work closely with the system analysts, manager and others to design, test, document and implement various system improvement projects.