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LOG ON TO EOPF
First Time Users - Request an eOPF ID and
Password
1.

2.

Ensure you have an email address registered within
MyBiz/DCPDS. If you are not sure, log into MyBiz to
verify.

Access https://eopf1.nbc.gov/navy/

4.

From the eOPF logon screen, click the Request
your eOPF ID link

6.

14. When all information is completed, you are directed
to the eOPF Welcome page
Returning eOPF Users

Once you have verified that you have an email
address registered in MyBiz/DCPDS, you may now
access the eOPF site.

3.

5.

12. Choose and answer three Personal Questions and
three help desk Verification questions from the dropdown question boxes
13. Click Submit

Enter the last 5 digits of SSN, first 4 letters of last
name (or entire last name if less than 4 characters)
and date of birth
Click Submit

1.

1.

8.

9.

After receiving your eOPF ID, return to the eOPF
logon screen, click the Request A New Password
link
Enter your eOPF ID, last 5 digits of your SSN, first 4
letters of your last name (or entire last name if less
than 4 characters)
Click Submit
You will receive an email with a temporary password

10. When you receive your eOPF password, return to
eOPF
Logon screen and enter your eOPF ID and your
eOPF Password
11. Click Submit
Note: If the information you enter does not match the
information on record in eOPF, you will receive an
“Access Denied” Message, *if you do not have an email
address in eOPF.
If you are logging into eOPF for the first time, you are
required to accept the Rules of Behavior and complete
the eOPF Security Profile page prior to moving on to
the eOPF Welcome page.

Follow steps under “First Time Users – Request an
eOPF ID and Password.

Log on to eOPF
2.

Click My eOPF from the left side of the screen

3.

Click the Action icon A next to the document that
you want to view

4.

Select the View option*

5.

Click Close when finished viewing the document to
return to eOPF

Read the eOPF User Agreement and click
Accept

3.

Enter your eOPF ID

4.

Enter your secure password

Search Your eOPF

5.

Click Submit

1.

From the main menu, click My eOPF from the left
side of the screen

2.

Click the Search eOPF tab

3.

Enter the criteria for the form(s) you wish to locate

4.

Click Search

In the eOPF logon screen, select the Forgot Your
Password? link

2.

Follow the prompts to enter desired information

3.

Click Submit

4.

Answer one of the challenge questions you provided
during eOPF registration
On the Reset Your Password screen, enter your
new password*

5.

1.

2.

Forgot Your Password?

You will receive an email with your eOPF ID*
7.

Access https://eopf1.nbc.gov/navy/

Manually Change Your Password

The Search function allows you to search for All Forms,
Common Forms or Agency Forms. You may also select
the Folder Sides you wish to view. You may expand or
restrict the number of documents that are retrieved
through these options.
What Is a Folder Side?

*Passwords must contain at least 1 uppercase letter, 1
lowercase letter, 1 number and 1 special character, and
be at least 8 characters long.

In eOPF, a folder is not restricted to the Permanent and
Temporary folder sides. Virtual folder sides group similar
documents and forms. These sides are determined
during the paper conversion process and can only be
modified by an eOPF System Administrator.

Forgot Your Login?

Incorrect Documents

1.

In the eOPF logon screen, click the Forgot Your
Login? link

2.

Enter the last 5 digits of SSN, first 4 letters of last
name (or entire last name if less than 4 characters)
and date of birth
Answer the security question and click Submit

If you find a document in your eOPF that does not
belong to you, please notify the DON eOPF Help Desk at
[email protected]

6.

3.
4.

Click Reset Password

If you answered the question correctly, your Login
ID displays

GOOD TO KNOW

ELECTRONIC OFFICIAL PERSONNEL FILE

Change Your General Preferences
1.

2.

3.

From the main menu, click My Profile and then
select the General Preferences tab at the top of the
screen

What is eOPF ?



Number of rows per page to display



Fields to display in results lists



Which folder sides you’d like to see in the
Results List displayed



Default Search Option (Forms)



Visible fields when viewing your eOPF

The eOPF solution provides electronic, Web-enabled
access for all Federal Agency staff members to view
eOPF documents. All employees are able to view their
own OPF through the eOPF solution. eOPF includes
security measures to ensure the integrity of the system.
For example, users are able to view their own eOPF
documents, but not modify the documents. All activity
performed in the eOPF solution is logged and can be
accessed through various reports by authorized users.
The eOPF provides an audit trail capability, including a
mandatory log that documents when and why an
authorized user has reviewed an eOPF.



Assistive technology options

Key Benefits of eOPF:

Select your desired option(s)

Click Apply



Enhanced portability and security of personnel
records



Provides increased employee awareness and
accountability through email notification of
Personnel Actions (SF-50s)



Immediate access to OPF forms and information for
a geographically dispersed workforce

eOPF Online Help
Within eOPF, each User has access to the eOPF User
Guide by clicking on the Help link in the top right corner
of any eOPF Web page.
The eOPF User Guide contains detailed information and
step-by-step directions for performing tasks in eOPF.
Home Link
To return to the eOPF Welcome page at any time, click
the Home link in the upper right corner of any eOPF
page.
Adobe Reader
eOPF stores documents as Portable Document Format
(PDF) files, which are viewed and printed using Adobe
Reader. Ensure that you have Adobe Reader installed
on your PC before using eOPF.

eOPF Help Desk
Phone: 866-275-8518
Email: [email protected]

My
eOPF

Employee

Quick Reference
Guide
Department of the Navy

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