Oregon state government's ePayroll Portal is a website where current employees who use net pay direct deposit can access their paystub information electronically.
The project to create electronic paystubs was sponsored in August 2012 by state government's Enterprise Leadership Team
— a group of about 20 agency directors that makes recommendations to the Governor and Chief Operating Officer on long-term strategic policies, statewide initiatives, statewide prioritization, communication and budget process.
One of the Enterprise Leadership Team's initiatives is "Improving Government"; evaluating how state government operates in order to maximize dollars that directly serve Oregonians. The initiative brings agencies together in a collaborative manner to create unified operational change, evaluating opportunities where “back-office” functions can be optimized, streamlined or otherwise modified to reduce administrative costs while still supporting the long-term objectives and outcomes of the state. Moving to electronic paystubs is just such an opportunity.
On behalf of the Enterprise Leadership Team, DAS introduced HB 2207 in the 2013 legislative session. HB 2207 would require all Oregon state government employees to receive their monthly pay via direct deposit. The bill also eliminates virtually all paper paystubs, and saves the state thousands of dollars in printing, mailing and other distribution costs. The electronic paystub system also gives employees more control over when, where and how they use paystub information.
The ePayroll Portal is state employees' "one stop" for information, forms and instructions related to these improvements. If you have questions, please contact us