Air force comptroller services portal

AIR FORCE FINANCE HAS GONE VIRTUAL!

The Comptroller Services Portal (CSP) is the Air Force’s 21st century solution for finance customer service. The CSP streamlines the customer experience and enables collaboration at the base level to elevate critical cases and ensure timely resolution.

Visit the Comptroller Services Portal (CSP) at USAF.DPS.MIL/TEAMS/saffmCSP/portal (CAC-enabled device required)

Comptroller Services Portal Intro Video

 

Features

payinqPAY INQUIRIES
Submit all Regular Air Force military pay, travel pay, and civilian pay inquiries on your schedule

 

inqtrkINQUIRY TRACKING
Track your inquiry from start to finish with notifications alerting you of status changes

 

slfsvcSELF-SERVICE
Find answers to your most pertinent questions all in one place, without the wait

CSP Resources

ROLL-OUT RESOURCES

CSP Announcement Flyer
Splash Page Graphic
CSP Quick-Start Guide

LATEST NEWS ABOUT THE COMPTROLLER SERVICES PORTAL

  • CSP Finance update

    To better aid and increase service to their customers, the 23rd Comptroller Squadron Financial Operations flight continues to encourage the use of an online service that makes tracking the progress of inquires simple.

  • New FM portal brings transparency to members

    Beginning Feb. 28, 446th Airlift Wing members can now submit questions, upload documents and interact with pay and travel technicians through the Comptroller Services Portal (CSP).

  • New Comptroller Services Portal streamlines finance inquiries

    Airmen may have noticed in the past few weeks a new icon on their work desktop bearing a large, gold dollar sign.No, clicking that icon, the Comptroller Services Portal link, will not prompt sheets of crisp Benjamin Franklins to file out of the nearest printer, but it is there to streamline Military

  • AFTC launches centralized hiring supplement

    The Air Force Test Center Centralized Selection Program launches 1 October. The program aims to increase diversity and speed up the hiring process for civilians to build the Air Force Materiel Command We Need.