Make pay info changes via phone lines

August 2000
Airman;Aug2000, Vol. 44 Issue 8, p14
Reports on the Employee/Member Self Service program introduced by the U.S. Defense Finance and Accounting Service for helping military and U.S. Defense Department civilian employees access official pay information through telephone and the Internet. Benefits of the self-service program; Security measures for Internet transactions; Remarks from Gloria Cranford-Bates, project officer at the U.S. Defense Finance and Accounting Service.


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