About OWCP Connect
OWCP Connect allows users to prove their identity and create an account for communication with OWCP's various self-service applications. It is a centralized identity-proofing system used to create credentials for a user, and then to authenticate the credentials for login.
Identity proofing is accomplished by validating the user's information entered in the Account Registration process against secure Credit Bureau data. Once the user's identity has been verified, their account can be created.
At this time OWCP Connect is only being used to authenticate new users to FECA's Claimant Query System (CQS). You must be the injured worker and have an existing OWCP Case File Number to access FECA's CQS. If you are not the injured worker/claimant you will not be granted access.
A Note About Data Security
OWCP takes information security very seriously. We are aware of the recent cybersecurity incident reported by Equifax and have taken precautions to secure FECA claimant information. OWCP Connect does not rely on information maintained by the Equifax consumer credit reporting agency in the identity proofing process required for account registration.
If this is your first time using OWCP Connect, click here and begin the process to create a new account.
You are accessing a U.S. Government information system that is owned and operated by the Department of Labor. The Department of Labor information systems are provided for the processing of official U.S. Government information only, and are therefore, owned by the Department of Labor. Authorized users are responsible for the proper handling of information they access.
USE OF THIS SYSTEM BY ANY USER AUTHORIZED OR UNAUTHORIZED CONSTITUTES A CONSENT TO ACTIVITY MONITORING, RECORDING, DISCLOSURE, AND ACCEPTS THAT USE OF THE SYSTEM IS SUBJECT TO AUDIT BY AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL.
Fraud and related activity in connection with computers is prohibited by Title 18, U.S. Code Section 1030. Furthermore, this law states that intentionally accessing a computer without authorization or exceeding authorized access and thereby obtaining information from any department or agency of the United States is prohibited and subject to civil and criminal penalties, including (but not limited to), punishment by fine and/or imprisonment. Additionally, DOL may provide law enforcement with any potential evidence of a crime found on aforementioned systems in order for them to investigate such offenses.