MSC CIVMARs support the US Navy and MSC supports its CIVMARs. The Command provides more than competitive salaries, MSC provides health, leave and retirement benefits and allows CIVMARs to elect additional benefits beyond those as well. To find more information and keep up to date on all benefit options, read more below.

Employee Benefits Information System

Visit the new Department of the Navy Human Resources webpage to answer any questions about health insurance, vision and dental insurance, life insurance, Thrift Savings Plan or retirement. Or call the Civilian Benefits Center line (contact information icon at right).

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Department of the Navy employees are busy juggling work and family, and it is not unusual to encounter difficulties with stress, family, relationships, alcohol, work, or other issues which impact quality of life. The Department of the Navy values its employees and has partnered with the Department of Health and Human Services Federal Occupational Health (FOH) to provide a new centralized employee assistance and work/life program for employees and their families. The Department of the Navy Civilian Employee Assistance Program (DONCEAP) provides a wide range of services to employees and their families.

Employees can access services 24/7 through the DONCEAP website or by phone. A professionally staffed call center can provide answers to questions, research information, link employees to a wide variety of qualified local services and provide licensed confidential support to help with difficult issues.

Contact DONCEAP: 844-DONCEAP (366-2327)
TTY: 888-262-7848
International: 888-262-7848

CEAP Helpful Information

DONCEAP Newsletter 
DONCEAP Adoption
DONCEAP Adult Care Management
DONCEAP Expectant Parent
DONCEAP Going to College
DONCEAP Relocation
DONCEAP Wellness
DONCEAP Child Care

DONCEAP Critical Incident Handout - Floods
DONCEAP Critical Incident Handout - Hurricanes
DONCEAP Critical Incident Handout - Natural Disasters
DONCEAP Handout - Coping with a Flood
DONCEAP Handout - Coping with Hurricanes

The contribution limit for employees who participate in 401(k), 403(b), most 457 plans, and the federal government's TSP is increased from $18,000 to $18,500.

The catch-up contribution limit for employees aged 50 and over who participate in 401(k), 403(b), most 457 plans, and the federal government's TSP remains unchanged at $6,000.

You can enroll, change or cancel your TSP contributions at any time. TSP is not restricted by benefits open season. To take advantage of agency matching, participants must distribute their regular TSP contributions over the entire year. This makes participants eligible to receive matching contributions each pay period.

Changes to the amount of your contributions may be made through an election using the Employee Benefits Information System (EBIS) or by calling the Civilian Benefits Center line (contact information icon at right.) User must be on a .mil computer and use their email certificate.

If you have questions regarding your benefits, you may call the Civilian Benefits Center line (contact information icon at right.)

TSP Website
How to read your TSP Quarterly Statement
2019-11-18 Mandatory TSP Two-Step Authentication Begins December 2019.pdf

Civility Respect and Engagement in the Workplace (CREW)
Emergency Preparedness Fact Sheet
Employee Assistance Program
Virtual Wellness Program
Work Life Program