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State of Delaware Office of Pensions

Retiree Self Service Login

Welcome to the State of Delaware’s secure online pay information system – "My.Delaware.Gov".

Your monthly pension direct deposit advice will be available for you to view and/or print at the end of the month. If you receive pension payments for multiple accounts, each payment will be viewed through this same online access. Reviewing your payment information allows you to track your pay, deductions, tax withholding and banking choices.

Register your account with "My.Delaware.Gov" to view your pay advice. You will be able to view your pay advice the following day.

To view your monthly pension advice, if you are not a current State of Delaware employee, please register your account with My.Delaware.Gov using the attached using the Quick Start Guide in the link below. If you are a current State of Delaware employee, please use your existing My.Delaware.Gov account.

Retirees must complete and submit an Address Change form to the Office of Pensions to have your address updated.
Change Address Form

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Retiree Self Service will be unavailable every Sunday from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 am. EST/DST for maintenance.
On the dates provided below, Retiree Self Service will be unavailable from 5:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.
July 28, 2024 | October 20, 2024 | January 12, 2025 | April 6, 2025 | July 27, 2025

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Retiree Self Service will be unavailable during the following time for maintenance:
Sunday, July 7, 2024 from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Register and/or Login to "My.Delaware.Gov"

Retirees who retired prior to October 2013 or have received a PIN letter but never registered or subscribed must contact the Office of Pensions to request to view your pay advice online. Once you have access to view your pay advice online, you will no longer receive a paper copy in the mail.

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Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm

Contact Information

Toll-free Number - 1-800-722-7300
If after hours please leave a message with the following information

  • Full Name
  • Pension ID number
  • Telephone number where you can be reached

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Retiree Member Login
State Employees' Pension
Summary Plan Description

To access and pay for the training online please visit: The Delaware Safety Council
Enter Retirees' discount code and pay $12.

This training is for retirees only in the State Employees’, Judicial, Old State Police and New State Police Pension Plans and is not intended for family members.
Contact Delaware Safety Council for Questions at:
(302) 276-0660

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SEPP Pre-Retirement Workshop

Wednesday September 25
4:30 PM - 6:00 pm

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State of Delaware Office of Pensions
McArdle Building, 860 Silver Lake Blvd., Suite #1
Dover, DE 19904-2402
Toll Free: (800) 722-7300, Local: (302) 739-4208
SLC 570A
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