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The NSSC Welcomes New NASA Employees!

The NSSC In-Processing Team provides service to new NASA civil servants, transferred employees, reemployed annuitants, reinstated, converted, and reassigned employees.

Some of the In-Processing Team's responsibilities include the following:

  • Tracks information and gathers documentation required to initiate administrative activities which builds the applicant's record
  • Provides new hire documents through the Entrance on Duty System (EODS) required for applicant/employee completion prior to arriving for employee orientation
  • Contacts the applicant/employee for initial counseling
  • Reviews documents with employee to ensure all required forms have been completed

Once the gaining duty station publishes an employee in the Workforce Transformation Tracking System (WTTS), an EODS User ID and temporary password will be e-mailed to the employee. Once the employee receives this information, EODS may be accessed through the link provided under Quick Links section of this page.

Your Report Date and Duty Station should be available in your offer letter. If this information is not available, please contact your NASA Center Human Resources (HR) Point of Contact (POC).

The employee's forms will be submitted through EODS. Please note, the original Designation of Beneficiary forms must be mailed to the NSSC. If EODS is experiencing technical issues, please contact an NSSC In-Processing Caseworker by calling the NSSC Customer Contact Center at 1-877-677-2123 (1-877-NSSC123).

When sending documentation to the NSSC, please utilize the Human Resources Cover Sheet. When sending a fax to the NSSC, please ensure you receive a confirmation that your transmission was successful.

Please send documents to the NSSC via fax, mail or e-mail by using the following information:

NASA Shared Services Center (NSSC)
Attention: HR In-Processing Team
Building 1111
Jerry Hlass Road
Stennis Space Center, MS 39529
Fax: 1-866-779-6772



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