State of Oregon ePayroll Portal

The government of Oregon uses a centralized online payroll processing system to manage the payroll of its 38,500 state employees. Switching to an automated system enabled the payroll department of the State of Oregon to streamline their business processes and improve work output. The traditional method of payroll preparation and distribution is very time-consuming and prone to errors. With the ePayroll in place, data accuracy, data security, cost-efficiency, and timely payroll processing are assured.

Through the self-service ePayroll portal, the state employees of Oregon can conveniently access their Pay Stubs, tax documents, direct deposit status, pay cards, and benefits information. Employees do not have to wait in line to get their paycheck-related information when they need them because the State of Oregon Pay Stubs Login portal is available 24/7.

We wrote this article to help new state service employees learn how to properly access their Pay Stubs through the State of Oregon ePayroll portal. Although the portal only becomes inaccessible during maintenance periods, login glitches can occur. We included a troubleshooting guide to help employees resolve login issues when they happen.

How To Access The State of Oregon Paystub Login Portal

To log in you will need your Username and Passphrase, a secure internet connection, a compatible browser, and laptop, desktop, or mobile gadget.

  • Step 1: Open your browser and enter or click here to access the Oregon ePayroll page.
  • Step 2: Tap on the ‘Click here to access ePayroll’ yellow button.
  • Step 3: Enter your username and passphrase/password assigned to you. Click on the ‘Sign in’ button to access the State of Oregon payroll account.

What about if you can’t remember your username or passphrase/password? If you cannot recall your passphrase, click on the ‘Forgot you passphrase?’ link right above the ‘Sign in’ button. Enter your email address linked to the Department of Administrative Services (DAS) web account, then click on the ‘Get Passphrase Reset Email’ button. Follow the password reset instructions that will be sent to your email.

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What Are The Possible Reasons Why You Can’t Access Your State of Oregon Paystub Account?

When you cannot suddenly access your employee account try these quick-fix solutions. The number one reason for failed login attempts is entering incorrect login credentials. The username and password variables are case-sensitive so a typo error will prevent access. Make sure to click on the eye icon before you log in. This way you will be able to double-check your entries. Do not forget to turn off your CAPS-lock too. Another reason could be a poor internet connection. Try to log in again when your signal improves.

Do you have a Virtual Private Network (VPN)? Switch it off because it can block your access to the employee portal site. If ‘Site Undergoing Maintenance’ appears on your screen, just wait it out. The ePayroll is available 24/7 except during maintenance periods which may take a few minutes to a few hours. If the website cannot be accessed for an extended period, email [email protected]

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) About State of Oregon Paystub Login Portal

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Can I still access my Pay Stubs after I resign from state service?

No. When you resign from state service, you will lose access to the ePayroll. If you need copies of your Pay Stubs and tax documents, you can contact your former agency payroll department here.

What should I do if I see discrepancies in the computations of my wages and deductions?

You should contact your agency payroll office ASAP for assistance.

Can I withdraw my salary from the State of Oregon ePayroll?

No. Your paycheck will be released to you via Direct Deposit or electronic pay card, the US Bank Focus Card. Contact your agency payroll office if you have queries about direct deposit and pay cards.

What information will I see on my online Pay Stub?

Your Pay Stub will include the following information:

  • Employee information
  • Gross earnings – earned wages before deductions
  • Pay period and date
  • Number of hours worked
  • Pay rate
  • Taxes – Federal tax, state income tax, local income tax, and employee portion of FICA tax
  • Deductions – employee contribution to retirement plans, insurance plans, loan payments, and child support
  • Employer contributions – 401(k), health insurance premiums, and other plans
  • Net pay – the amount left after taxes and deductions
  • Direct deposit information


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We hope that this article helped you become more familiar with the login procedures of the State of Oregon ePayroll portal. If you encounter login issues, follow our troubleshooting guide. If you get locked out after several failed attempts, it is best to contact your agency payroll office.