To sign up for the Member Reporting Verification (MRV) service the supervisor or main retirement contact in your office should email Employer Support Services. Please include the following information:
If you do not have access to any other eService application and this is the first time you are signing up for MRV, we will set up access and provide you with a user ID and password. You can begin using MRV as soon as you receive your user ID and password.
If you already have a password for another eService application (WBET or ePay), your user ID and password will be the same. We will notify you when your MRV account is available.
When you logon for the first time, a pop-up screen will display an access agreement. This agreement describes acceptable use of the DRS electronic services and your responsibilities when using the online applications. You must read and accept the agreement before you can logon. You may choose to read the access agreement now. You will also be asked to change your password to one that you select. See password information for requirements.
Refer to support for help resources.
To report personnel changes or to add or delete a service refer to Request a Change.
The Member Reporting Verification (MRV) application allows you to verify retirement information for your employees. If you are responsible for enrolling employees in retirement membership, you can use the application to check on someone's prior membership. If you are responsible for reporting an employee's retirement earnings, you can use the application to verify earnings information that you have reported. You can sign up to use the application to perform one or both of these functions.
If you enter an employee's Social Security Number and indicate you want to search for membership information, the application will show you whether the employee has already established membership in a retirement system. If so, the application shows you their retirement status -- active, retired, inactive -- and provides other details such as their system and plan, entry date, transfer date, etc. If not, the application will confirm no retirement status so you can enroll the employee in the appropriate system and plan.
If you enter an employee's Social Security Number and indicate you want to search for earnings information, the application displays the compensation, member contributions, hours/days of employment, status codes, and type codes reported for the employee over the last 12 months. Use the year drop down box to view previous years' earnings. You can sort the information by calendar, fiscal, or school year. The application will only allow access to the employee earning details for the period(s) employed by you.
Any DRS employer can use this service. It doesn't matter if you are big or small or how you do your regular retirement reporting. Once you're signed up, you can use these lookup features as often or as little as you need. There is no limit on the number of searches you can perform, although you must perform them one at a time.
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