Welcome to the CNMI Office of Personnel Management!

 Hafa Adai, Tirow and Welcome

The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) serves both management and staff by providing personnel management advice and services in the fulfillment of the Offices' duties. OPM's responsibilities encompass all aspects of personnel management and administration and include, but are not limited to, the development and promulgation of personnel policy, staffing, position classification, employee relations, employee development and training, employee benefits and services, incentives and awards, performance evaluation, employee health services, employee safety and accident prevention, labor management relations, personnel management program evaluation, and records and reports. 

OPM is divided into Five sections:

  1. The Employee Development and Staffing Section (EDS)
  2. The Classification and Compensation Section (CCS)
  3. Administrative Services Section (ASS)
  4. Alcohol and Drug Free Work Place (ADFWP)
  5. The Employee / Employer Relations Section (EER)

Each section works collaboratively and with the administrative support staff in fulfilling the responsibilities enumerated above. Each staff member of OPM helps to implement the system of personnel administration for the Commonwealth Government to assist in providing the public with quality government services.


Instructions and Checklist

Download Employee Application Here

Application for Transfer Request Form



7:30-11:30 and 12:30-4:30


Disclaimer - The information, documents, and publications contained in this website is for general information purposes only. They are made available by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) under the Office of the Governor.   While the OPM endeavors to keep the information up to date and correct, it makes no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy or availability of the contents of the website.  The OPM, its employees, agents, and contractors, may not be held liable for any losses caused by any person’s reliance on any of the contents made available on its web site.