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AIR FORCE FINANCE IS GOING 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

CSP LAUNCH SCHEDULE

ROLL-OUT RESOURCES

JUN ACC, AFGSC CSP Announcement Flyer
JUL AETC, AFMC, AFSOC Splash Page Graphic
AUG AMC, USSF, USAFA CSP Quick-Start Guide
SEP AFDW, PACAF, USAFE Additional resources coming soon

LATEST NEWS ABOUT THE COMPTROLLER SERVICES PORTAL

  • Virtual financial services now live

    The 66th Comptroller Squadron recently announced the Air Force Comptroller Services Portal is now live for use at Hanscom. The new portal enables Air Force customers to submit, review and track customer service requests for military, civilian and travel pay through a secure online profile.
  • Finance goes virtual

    The 341st Comptroller Squadron is implementing a new program called the Comptroller Services Portal.
  • Finances made easy with new online portal

    The Comptroller Services Portal is an automated incident management application that allows customers to request and receive online assistance from their servicing comptroller squadron. CSP has integrated workflows which assist the customer in seeking help with travel pay, military pay and civilian pay.
  • Air Force announces NCO Career Status Program for Airmen with 12 years of service

    The change will eliminate the need for Airmen who have 12 or more years of service to continue to reenlist by aligning their separation dates with their high year of tenure dates.
  • Career Skills Program prepares Airmen for employment after service

    The Air Force Career Skills Program, or CSP, prepares Airmen through vocational and technical training for a specific career or trade when transitioning from military to civilian employment.
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