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If you are an employee who uses the Web Portal to request time off, and you are requesting time off due to any reason related to COVID-19, please indicate this in the Notes before submitting your request.

As of 2020, if you submit a new Federal W-4, you will more than likely also need submit a new Oregon W-4.

For questions about tax forms, please contact Payroll. 


Statewide Transit Tax 

Starting July 1, 2018, you’ll see a new item on your paystub for Oregon’s statewide transit tax. The tax is one-tenth of one percent (.001)—or $1 per $1,000. Your employer will be automatically withholding the tax—just like the personal income tax—so you don’t have to do or change anything. Unlike the personal income tax, there’s no withholding exemption for this tax. Revenue from the statewide transit tax will go to expanding public transportation throughout Oregon. For more information on how the tax revenues will be used, check out “HB 2017 Funding Package” under “Projects & News” on the Oregon Department of Transportation’s website at To learn more about the tax itself, visit the Department of Revenue online at 

How to Access Paycheck Information
• Click on “Pay/Tax Information”
• Click on “Employee Pay”

How to Access Leave Information
• Click on “Employee Resources”
• Click on “Attendance”
• Access your leave activity and balances

How to Change Address or Telephone Number
• Click on “Employee Resources”
• Click on “Profile”

Want to see the effect of changing your pay or withholdings?
• Click Pay Check Calculator at the bottom of your pay information screen.