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The Army Substance Abuse Program, or ASAP, promotes prevention through education and training related to alcohol/substance abuse and suicide. ASAP also provides drug testing and other services for both Soldiers and civilian employees.
The Automated Time Attendance and Production System, or ATAAPS, is the time and attendance system employees use to submit their timecards. It is a CAC-enabled website.
The Civilian Human Resources Training Application System, or CHRTAS, is the online system employees can use to apply for training courses to include Civilian Education System courses. It is a CAC-enabled website.
The purpose of the Army’s Civilian Drug Testing Program is to execute the Drug-free Federal Workplace Executive Order 12564 dated Sept. 15, 1986.
The Civilian Personnel Advisory Center, or CPAC, is made up of a team of human resources professionals dedicated to supporting and empowering service members, civilian employees, families and veterans worldwide in an era of persistent conflict.
U.S. Army Hawaii's Community Resource Guide is a comprehensive inventory of programs and services available to the local military community.
The Consolidated Legal Center provides a full range of legal services. Our judge advocates advise commanders on military justice, administrative and operational law matters; they advise and represent trial defense clients; and provide legal assistance to service members, retirees and their families across Hawaii.
Get the latest information about the status of COVID-19 within U.S. Army Hawaii.
Schedule an appointment to get your common access card, or CAC, or military ID card online. It's quick and easy. Have you lost your CAC or did someone steal your ID card? Do you need to add a family member to DEERS? We can help!
Did you know U.S. Army Garrison Hawaii has a mobile app? Digital Garrison securely delivers information from more than 60 Army installations around the world. The app is free and available on both Android and Apple devices.
Information about U.S. Army Garrison Hawaii's directorates and staff offices.
The Emergency Management program provides oversight for emergency planning and preparedness, crisis management situations and reduce the risk of emergencies impacting the U.S Army Garrison Hawaii community through preparedness.
The Employee Assistance Program is designed to assist civilian employees in identifying and resolving personal problems that may affect their job performance or well-being.
Form to accept anonymous questions from employees for employee town halls.
Today's Army offers a broad range of civilian employment opportunities for people of diverse backgrounds, educational achievements, work interests and job skills.
The Directorate of Public Works offers three courses multiple times each year for U.S. Army Hawaii's appointed environmental compliance officers. Environmental compliance officers are a commander's and director's most valuable asset for maintaining compliance with all federal, state and Army environmental regulations.
The Financial Readiness Program is your resource for information on money matters. We can help you better understand financial topics like military pay, checkbook/debit card management, financial responsibility, credit reporting, debt elimination strategies, saving, investing and budgeting.
List of commonly asked questions and answers.
Information about medical and dental care while stationed in Hawaii.
The Directorate of Public Works' Work Management Branch processes all demand maintenance orders and work orders for maintenance, repairs and construction requirements.