Department of Defense (DoD)
Office of People Analytics (OPA) Survey Portal
To obtain your Ticket Number and start your survey, please enter your
DoD ID Number
and select your
DoD ID Number*:
Day of Birth:
*DoD ID will only be used to find your Ticket Number; it will not be linked to your survey responses.
Notice: You have been redirected to a secure website under contract with the Data Recognition Corporation in partnership with the Department of Defense. If you have any questions, please contact the Survey Processing Center by calling, toll-free 1-800-881-5307.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why should I participate?
This is your chance to be heard on issues that directly affect you.
Results from the Department’s survey will be used by DoD to develop policies that will support you, your fellow military members, your families, and your DoD civilian counterparts.
Your responses to the Department’s survey
make a difference.
Will my answers be kept private?
The survey is private to the extent allowed by law.
All data will be reported in the aggregate and no individual data will be reported.
We encourage you to safeguard your Ticket Number to prevent unauthorized access to your survey. In addition, to ensure your privacy, be aware of the environment in which you take the survey (e.g., take the survey when no one else is home, do not leave the survey unattended).
How do I know this is an official, approved DoD survey?
If you would like to verify the survey's legitimacy, please call 1-571-372-1034 or DSN 372-1034 for a list of currently licensed OPA surveys. In accordance with
DoD Instruction 8910.01
, all multi-component data collection in the Department must be licensed and display that license as a Report Control Symbol (RCS) or an Office of Management and Budget (OMB) control number and expiration date. The license will be visible on the survey.
Where can I find the results from prior surveys?
OPA survey results are posted on the following website:
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. Send feedback or concerns related to the accessibility of this website to:
. For more information about section 508, please visit the
DoD Section 508 website.
Last updated: 03/31/21.