In lieu of the 22.8% distribution of Retroactive Wage Compensation, V.I. Division of Personnel will host a series of Retroactive In-person outreach sessions territory wide. The first session will take place on Wednesday, September 28, 2022, at the Omar Brown Sr. Fire Station in Sugar Estate from 10AM to 4PM.
These sessions will give eligible recipients, such as - active GVI employees, separated GVI employees, retirees, or survivors’ – the opportunity to receive hands-on assistance with how to receive the 2022 Retroactive Wage Payout.
We highly encourage eligible recipients to visit the 2022 Retroactive Wage Distribution Portal on Division of Personnel’s website at www.dopusvi.org/retro to view their 2022 payout amount.
If you plan to attend the Retro In-Person Outreach Sessions, please know that you are required to provide your last name and last six (6) digits of your social security number.
Please note that, by law, Division of Personnel is not permitted to share personal information of any kind (i.e., social security, telephone number, address, etc.).
Active, separated GVI employees or retirees and survivors who are applicable to receiving retroactive payments, are required to provide last name and last six (6) digits of the deceased social security number. Please visit and review the website for further instructions and the necessary documents needed to complete processing.
As always, we encourage you to visit the www.dopsusvi.org/retro for all your informational needs regarding Retroactive Wage Payouts. There are also frequently asked questions (FAQs) for your personal review. If you should have any further questions or concerns, email email@example.com. Our dedicated hotline (340) 714-5010, will also be available, to speak to a V.I. Division of Personnel representative who can verify information and begin the process of finalizing payments.
Stay tuned for details regarding In-Person Outreach Sessions in both St. John and St. Croix.
We look forward to providing assistance to our GVI community to ensure that all entitled and deserving recipients receive his or her funds, both efficiently and timely.