Introduction to Surplus Video Now Available!

Are you new to surplus property and asset management or just want a review? If so, then we have the perfect tools for you! There’s a new “Introduction to Surplus Property” video available for your use. This brief video lets employees know that there are rules, and discusses the four allowable disposal methods. To view the video and learn more about surplus, visit:

It’s not scary… it’s TeamWorks HCM 9.2!

 It’s not scary… it’s TeamWorks HCM 9.2!

TeamWorks HCM 9.2 is here!  The TeamWorks website where you access your employee information such as paychecks, leave and direct deposit information, through Employee Self Service has an exciting, new look!

Your home page now shows your personal information summary, paycheck and leave balances. The menu is now located at the top of the page and there is a NEW Manager Dashboard and enhancements to ePerformance too!


Before you login to Employee Self Service (ESS)

Be sure to clear your browsers cache and cookies. Most internet browsers’ cache can be cleared by simply pressing [Shift] + [Ctrl] + [Del]. Please visit the SAO website for more information on How to Clear Cache & Cookies.


Want to Learn More?

TeamWorks HCM 9.2 Pre-recorded webinars are available on the SAO website and  can be accessed easily through the following web navigation: Home » TeamWorks » Human Capital Management » HCM 9.2 Upgrade » TeamWorks HCM 9.2 Recorded Webinars. The webinars available include the following categories:


  • Employee Self Service (ESS)
  • Manager Self Service (MSS)
  • HR Administration – coming soon
  • Local Admin

Visit the HCM 9.2 Upgrade FAQ page on the SAO website for answers to the most frequently asked questions.


Got More Questions?        SAO Customer Service Center HCM



State Driver Services Reminds Voters: Prepare Now to Vote!


State Driver Services Reminds Voters: Prepare Now to Vote!

Visit Department of Driver Services (DDS) Early for Photo ID 

To ensure a smooth process when casting a ballot on November 8th, now is the time to ensure you have proper photo identification.

“Don’t wait until Election Day to realize your driver’s license or identification card is missing,” said DDS Commissioner Bert Brantley.  “Tuesdays are always the busiest days at our DDS centers.  Add to that the extra customers who need photo IDs before the polls close, and that is a recipe for significant wait times.”

DDS is planning on deploying additional staff to its busiest centers on Election Day to assist customers as quickly as possible. However, there is no reason to wait until that day. Replacing a lost license, changing an address and checking the best times to visit in person can all be done on the DDS Online Services webpage or from the homepage at  If you must visit in person, please use the Skip A Step! DDS Online feature to complete and submit your required paperwork before you arrive.  It will save valuable time during your visit.

Poll workers will accept a valid or an expired Georgia driver’s license or State Identification Card  (provided it’s expired no more than one year).  They also will accept the DDS Interim (temporary) license and/or ID which is issued at the center before the laminated card is mailed to you.

However, DDS urges everyone to keep their driver’s license and/or ID Card valid and current – including making any changes to a name or address as soon as possible. For voters who don’t drive or have any other type of acceptable photo identification, DDS can issue a Voter Identification Card for Voting Purposes.  Customers apply in person at any DDS location and present documentation to prove identity, residency and proof of voter registration.

For a list of other acceptable voter identification visit the Secretary of State MyVoter Page (MVP) to review voter requirements, verify that you are a registered voter, locate your assigned polling place and more at  or

For complete driver licensing and testing information, including the online service Skip a Step! please visit the DDS website at