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HR Connect

HR Connect is Treasury's primary human resource system that provides a broad range of applications, services and information to HR offices, employees, and managers. You can view your employment information, update your personal information, and manage your leave. HR Connect can help supervisors manage their human capital and use organizational data for strategic decision-making. Supervisors are able to initiate paperless personnel actions and electronically route those actions for approval, reducing the time it takes to process a personnel action.
 
As a new employee, you will need to establish your HR Connect user ID about 3 weeks from your start date to. Your bureau will send you instructions on how to access the HR Connect Sign in page. From there, click on the "Sign Up Now" link and you will be walked through the process of setting up you HR connect user ID and password. For specific instructions on how to establish your User ID and password, please refer to the HR Connect Quick Reference Guide.
 
More information relating to HR Connect including Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's) are located here.
 
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