You may have received a letter from your credit union dated March 31, 2018, stating that “Beginning April 2, 2018, all State of Hawaii employees will be required to use the online self-service portal to designate accounts for Direct Deposit”. Please note that only employees of the Department of Accounting and General Services and the Department of Human Resources Development were issued logons to enter their direct deposit details starting on April 2, 2018. All other State of Hawaii employees will receive letters with their logons to the new Hawaii Information Portal (HIP) later in 2018, along with instructions and assistance to enter their direct deposit details at that time, and no action is required now. Those letters will be issued by the State of Hawaii directly to employees.
Please note that Hawaii State Federal Credit Union is not affiliated with the State of Hawaii.
If you currently work for the State of Hawaii, please refer to the schedule below showing when you can expect to receive your letter from the State of Hawaii and when you can be prepared to enter your direct deposit details in the new Hawaii Information Portal (HIP):
Retirees of the State of Hawaii may have received the Hawaii State Federal Credit Union’s letter referenced above. It’s important to know that pension payments from the Employee Retirement System (ERS), which are separate from the State’s payroll system, are not affected in any way.